Federal law enforcement officials deployed by President Donald Trump to Portland, Oregon are, by all accounts, operating as if the city is a police state, according to multiple reports and videos.
Carolin Kebekus (40) geht erneut hart mit der katholischen Kirche ins Gericht. Ein Video der Komikerin, das am Donnerstag veröffentlicht wurde, befasst sich mit der Rolle der Frauen in kirchlichen Institutionen - und lässt daran kein gutes Haar.
US government experts believe more than 20 million Americans could have contracted coronavirus – 10 times more than official counts, as cases are now rising in more than half of states and a new warning came of the risk of “apocalyptic” infection in major cities.
Der Neustart seines Wahlkampfs ist für US-Präsident Donald Trump bei der ersten Massenkundgebung seit Beginn der Corona-Krise enttäuschend verlaufen. Bei der Veranstaltung in einer Arena in Tulsa (Oklahoma) blieben am Samstagabend zahlreiche der gut rund 19.200 Plätze leer.
Geoffrey Berman, the US attorney for the Southern District of New York, said in a statement Saturday that he would leave his post after Attorney General William Barr sent him a letter saying that President Donald Trump had removed him.
The abandoned bus on the Stampede Trail in Alaska - made famous by the book and film "Into the Wild" - has made its first journey in decades. This time by air.
US-Präsident Donald Trump will Deutschland mit dem Abzug von fast 10.000 Soldaten für aus seiner Sicht zu geringe Militärausgaben bestrafen. Er kündigte an, den nach Japan größten US-Truppenstandort weltweit drastisch zu verkleinern: Von derzeit 34.500 Soldaten sollen nur 25.000 übrig bleiben.
Facebook bans 'Stop the Steal' organizer
Facebook and Instagram have permanently banned one of the top organizers of the “Stop the Steal” protest that devolved into deadly riots on Capitol Hill last week. Within the last day, the company removed the Facebook and Instagram accounts of Ali Alexander, a far-right Republican operative who helped organize the event.
Security concerns: Theft of two computers
At least two computers were stolen from the Capitol when a violent mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the building on Wednesday – including one from the office of the House speaker, Nancy Pelosi – raising grave information security concerns. An aide to Pelosi confirmed Friday that a laptop was stolen from the speaker’s office, saying it belonged “to a conference room and was used for presentations”, but did not elaborate further on what information it may contain.
Trump's behavior 'betrayal of his office'
William Barr, the former attorney general, released a scathing statement about Donald Trump’s behavior yesterday, as a mob stormed the US Capitol. Barr, who left office late last month, described the president’s conduct as a “betrayal of his office and supporters.” In a statement to the AP, Barr said that “orchestrating a mob to pressure Congress is inexcusable.”
Trump adviser resigns
Donald Trump’s deputy national security adviser, Matt Pottinger, and former chief of staff and current special envoy to Northern Ireland, Mick Mulvaney, have resigned. Two other senior White House officials – the national security adviser, Robert O’Brien, and the deputy chief of staff, Chris Liddell – are reportedly considering stepping down after a mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol building.
Spike in coronavirus infection rate
New York City is seeing a “very worrisome” sustained increase in Covid-19 infections across the five boroughs, Mayor Bill de Blasio and public health officials said Thursday. The city’s positive test rate hit 1.92 percent based on a seven-day average, the highest number in weeks and the first time the metric has seen a "meaningful jump" since the city began tracking it in September, de Blasio said. The one-day rate was even higher, at 2.7 percent.