Jacob Blake has spoken publicly for the first time since a Kenosha, Wisconsin, police officer shot him seven times in the back, saying he’s in constant pain from the shooting, which doctors fear will leave him paralyzed from the waist…
By Associated Press
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including visits to Kenosha, Wisconsin, by President Trump and Joe Biden and how their responses to social unrest have…
President Trump is taking his reelection campaign to Pennsylvania for a Thursday evening rally. He is also facing scrutiny over Wednesday remarks in which he urged people to vote twice, which is fraudulent. Meanwhile, Democratic opponent Joe Biden spent the…
By Lisa Desjardins
Biden believes he can use his trip Thursday for community leaders to find common ground. He plans a public discussion with business figures, civic leaders and law enforcement.
By Bill Barrow, Will Weissert, Associated Press
By Scott Barrett and Bill Barrow, Will Weissert, Associated Press
Joe Biden told residents of Kenosha, Wisconsin, that recent turmoil following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man, could help Americans confront centuries of systemic racism.
By Zeke Miller, Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
President Donald Trump is diving head-first into the latest eruption in the nation's reckoning over racial injustice with a trip Tuesday to Kenosha, Wisconsin, over the objections of local leaders.
By Associated Press
Trump's visit comes as demonstrators are calling for the officer who shot Blake to be fired and face attempted murder charges, and more than a week after authorities say a 17-year-old from northern Illinois shot and killed two protesters.
NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including the rhetorical battle over peaceful protests and incidents of violence and whether that conversation benefits President Trump or Democratic…
By Jennifer Peltz, Russell Contreras, Associated Press
The police shooting of a Black man, followed by the deaths of two protesters shot by a white teenager, have made Kenosha, Wisconsin, a microcosm of a nation wracked over racial inequity, policing and public safety.
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