Police officers and law enforcement in Portland have been stripped of their use of tear gas after their mayor prohibited the use of the crowd control agent for violent protests.
The head of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) called the ongoing protests and violence one of the top threats facing the U.S. Those threats include the coronavirus pandemic, drug trafficking at the southern border and election interference.
According to new data out of Portland, the city’s police department spent $6.9 million between June and July to pay officers for overtime hours spent protecting residents amid ongoing rioting and looting in the city’s streets. This reportedly marks a 200-percent increase from overtime pay last year during the same time period.
Recently released video shows a Trump supporter battling an angry mob of left-wing protesters relying on the strength of his argument.
Attorney General William Barr is speaking out against the idea of systemic racism in American institutions. In an interview this week, he rejected the notion that racism is built into the Justice Department and, instead, suggested there’s more of an issue with stereotyping among individual cases.
A Republican political activist has called out the Black Lives Matter movement while suggesting it’s a “terrorist organization.” During a recent interview, Christian Walker said, “anybody who honestly cares about black people can not support Black Lives Matter.”
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.
President Trump unveiled a federal investigation into the far-left riots in several Democrat-run cities.
As a number of cities, including the nation’s capitol, have continued to experience violent unrest, OAN’s Jennifer Franco caught up with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) to get his take on related matters.