Of the nearly 110 recipients of $4 million or more, Reuters found some 46 paid no corporate tax for the last year.
A commissioner on the FEC extensively debunked Trump's mail-voting fraud 'conspiracy theory', and said it undermines democracy
Trump's claim that mail-voting leads to voter fraud has been fact-checked by Twitter — and now rejected by a member of the Federal Elections Commission
"Those meant to die will die," Alexander Myasnikov said previously of the coronavirus pandemic. "Everyone dies."
The next stimulus plan could include more checks for Americans. Here's what else DC power players want to cram into the bill — and who would benefit most.
Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats passed a $3 trillion bill including checks of up to $6,000, but Republicans disagree with its unemployment bonus.
One chart shows a noticeable correlation between how late a country started its coronavirus lockdown and the number of excess deaths
Analysis from the Financial Times has shown that the number of excess deaths correlates to when a country decided to lock down.
The UK has recorded the highest coronavirus death rate in the world, according to new analysis.
Dominic Cummings' visit to Barnard Castle broke the UK's "stay at home" rules, the police say.
President Donald Trump is expected to sign such an order on Thursday.
Mark Zuckerberg told Fox News that Facebook would not fact-check Trump's false claims as Twitter did
Zuckerberg's comments came after Twitter added a fact-check warning to a false claim that President Donald Trump had made about mail-in voting.
Twitter fact-checked a Chinese government spokesman after he suggested the US brought COVID-19 to Wuhan
Twitter applied the label to the tweets after being questioned by the New York Post over a potential double standard, The Post reports.
China passes landmark legislation to force national security laws in Hong Kong, effectively crushing the city's autonomy
China approved new national security legislation for Hong Kong on Thursday in a major blow to the city's autonomy.
Republican politician waited a week to reveal positive COVID-19 test — while calling for an end to coronavirus lockdown
Pennsylvania state Rep. Andrew Lewis tested positive on May 20. A day later, he was calling for an end to Pennsylvania's lockdown.
Attorney General William Barr has tapped an outside prosecutor to investigate allegations of 'unmasking' related to the Russia probe
The inquiry "can shed light on and give us a better understanding of what happened with respect to President Trump" and his campaign, a DOJ spokesperson said.
US mission to the UN accuses China of 'exploiting COVID-19' to distract from abuses in Hong Kong as tensions boil over
The US has called for the United Nations Security Council to convene over China's aggressive push for national security laws in Hong Kong.
Arizona sues Google over claims it illegally collected location data from smartphone users even after they opted out
The state said Google violated users' privacy by tracking their location even when they had turned the setting off.
This Twitter employee is now at the center of Trump's pushback against the platform because he criticized Trump in past tweets
Twitter's head of site integrity previously tweeted that Trump was a "racist tangerine" and decried "ACTUAL NAZIS IN THE WHITE HOUSE."
A highway patrol cruiser parked alongside an injured protester, only to have its rear windshield shattered.
White House health expert Anthony Fauci said he wears a mask to be a 'symbol' of what 'you should be doing'
Fauci acknowledged that masks are "not 100% effective" at preventing infection, but said wearing one is out of respect for one another.
Trump is unleashing an executive order against social media companies, and it could trigger a legal fight they desperately want to avoid
Conservatives have claimed for years that they are being deliberately censored by social media companies — and now Trump is promising to take action.
The US Army soldier who hit the suspected gunman was initially just "waiting in traffic" behind the shooting.
Trump plans to sign an executive order 'pertaining to social media' on Thursday, shortly after he accused Twitter of squashing free speech
President Donald Trump said he'd "strongly regulate" social platforms after Twitter added fact-check links to his misleading tweets about voter fraud.
Costa Rica became the latest country to approve same-sex marriage on May 26, 2020, becoming the first nation in Central America to do so.
Twitter provides greater transparency into lawmakers' thinking. That's a good thing, especially when they're metaphorically showing their rear ends.
What went down in the tense 5 days before Trump sidelined one of his campaign's most senior officials
A top Trump adviser executed a DC-style coup by installing Bill Stepien as the new de facto campaign manager. But Brad Parscale will keep his title.
Whether or not Tara Reade's accusation is true, it is certainly credible, and people working to discredit her are telling on themselves.
The Trump campaign's new chief of staff was arrested on campaign finance charges in 2016 after cops busted her boyfriend for cocaine and found incriminating texts on his phone
Stephanie Alexander, the Trump campaign's new chief of staff, faced campaign finance charges in Oklahoma in 2016. The charges have been dropped.
Live updates: Texas coronavirus cases decline as businesses reopen and people resume social lives, but Houston mayor warns, 'The virus is still here'
Shops, nail salons, movie theaters, churches, beaches, bars, and restaurants are now open to the public with physical distancing.
'Absolutely no legal authority': Trump's threats to shut down Twitter are 'totally asinine' and reek of censorship, according to legal experts
Trump has long made unsubstantiated claims that social-media platforms are biased against and "silence" conservative users.
Jeffrey Epstein is the subject of a major Netflix docuseries. Here are the key moments from the convicted sex offender's past, famous connections, and controversial death.
The multimillionaire faced charges in the sex trafficking of teenage girls. He died by apparent suicide in the Metropolitan Correctional Center.
Elizabeth Warren accuses airlines and the Treasury Department of violating bailout terms as major airlines cut workers' take-home pay
Sen. Elizabeth Warren asked Treasury Sec. Steven Mnuchin why airlines were being permitted to cut work hours despite terms in the bailout package.
'The most heart-wrenching report I have ever read': Nurses neglected soiled residents and reused IV equipment in Canadian nursing homes
A delay in changing soiled residents led to a "skin breakdown," and others were found not to have been bathed for several weeks.
Wielding Twitter like a weapon: Here's what was really going on when Trump's most outrageous tweet storms took place
On Mother's Day, Trump came close to breaking his all-time record for tweets in a day. Clocking in at 126, it was his third largest tweet storm.
Gov. Cuomo's controversial order requiring nursing homes to admit COVID-19 patients was reportedly removed from New York's health website
Cuomo's March 25 order requiring adult care facilities to admit COVID-19-positive patients was apparently deleted, amid more than 5,800 deaths.
The US has suffered thousands of losses and spent trillions of dollars in Afghanistan and has nothing to show for it.
The US may be able to put a Huawei executive on trial after a Canadian court ruled she could be extradited, escalating tensions with China
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou has lost a key aspect of the trial on her extradition to the United States, a Canadian court announced on Wednesday.
Facebook reportedly had evidence that its algorithms were dividing people, but top executives killed or weakened proposed solutions
Despite internal research finding that Facebook's platform encouraged polarization, Mark Zuckerberg and other execs nixed proposals to fix things.
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who has promoted conspiracy theories about mail-in-voting fraud, voted by mail 11 times over the past 10 years
Like his press secretary, Trump also votes by mail in Florida, despite his false claims about fraud.
Twitter tried to correct Trump's falsehoods about vote by mail, but the platform's first fact-check on the president's tweets was itself misleading
The confusing and misleading parts of their fact-check show the difficulty that accompanies social media platforms acting as fact-checkers, too.
Pompeo says Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China, which could mean the US ends the city's special trade status
"No reasonable person can assert today that Hong Kong maintains a high degree of autonomy from China, given facts on the ground," Pompeo said.
Putin pushes war history and patriotism in schools as he continues his campaign to militarize Russian youth
New amendments to the education law also include a provision that would let Putin extend his rule until 2036.
Google says the deletions were accidental, but Hawley noted the company's prior actions to censor content for China.
As politicians in DC condemn China for crackdowns on Hong Kong protests, US police use tear gas on demonstrators in Minneapolis
Tear gas — also known as CS gas — is considered a chemical weapon and is banned in warfare by most countries, including the US.
France banned the use of hydroxychloroquine for treating the coronavirus a week after Trump said he was taking the drug
France reversed a March order that allowed the drug hydroxychloroquine to be used as a potential treatment for COVID-19.
China is set to pass a draconian new law in Hong Kong that would effectively stifle all dissent. Here's what could happen to people in the city.
China wants to pass a new security law that could further punish protesters and intensify Chinese actions like tracking, torture, and detainment.
A television host says he's getting hate mail for asking New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern if her hair is going gray
"That's not a polite question to ask anyone," Ardern told "The AM Show" host Ryan Bridge. "I was about to say a lady, but anyone, actually."
In a CNN interview, Dr. Anthony Fauci said a second wave "could happen" but was "not inevitable." He said increased testing made him more optimistic.
Trump is picking up the Bush administration's playbook to beat the drum on China, according to investigative journalist Bob Dreyfuss.
Trump threatens to shut down social-media platforms after Twitter put a fact-check warning on his false tweets
"We will strongly regulate, or close them down, before we can ever allow this to happen," President Donald Trump tweeted early Wednesday.
The DOJ has dropped its probe into 3 US senators who dumped stock work millions shortly before the coronavirus market crash
Sens. Kelly Loeffler, James Inhofe, and Dianne Feinstein have said money managers sold the stock without their direct involvement.
Boris Johnson is tumbling in the polls after ignoring voter demands to sack Cummings for breaking lockdown rules
Johnson is set for more intense scrutiny when he faces Parliament's most senior committee on Wednesday afternoon.