Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden finally denounced far-left militant group Antifa, which has created chaos across the nation. During an interview Monday, the former vice president said he does not condone violence on either side.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 11:47 AM PT – Saturday, September 5, 2020 Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) has said he would not vote to convict Kyle Rittenhouse,…
The Wisconsin man shot during an altercation with police last month has pleaded not guilty to crimes he allegedly committed prior to the shooting. On Friday, Jacob Blake made his first court appearance since being wounded.
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul has announced an investigation into the alleged police shooting of Jacob Blake is underway.
One America News recently sat down with an eyewitness of the bursts of shooting violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin last week. Jack Posobiec has more from Washington.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said the president is not in favor of invoking the Insurrection Act. During a White House press conference Monday, she was asked about President Trump’s recent suggestion that he may invoke the measure as a way to quell nationwide unrest.
The Democrat mayor of Kenosha, Wisconsin has asked President Trump to put-off his visit to the city. Mayor John Antaramian made those statements while speaking to journalists on Sunday.
The White House confirmed President Trump is set to visit Kenosha, the latest city riddled with ongoing violence and protests against racial injustice. This came after the Wisconsin governor and Kenosha mayor urged the president to reconsider the trip.
Approximately 1,000 protesters took part in a march for racial justice in Wisconsin. The demonstration was held Saturday afternoon in front of the Kenosha Courthouse.