Some governors are balking at President Donald Trump's request to send National Guard troops to Washington, D.C., for a massive militarized show of force in the nation's capital after several days of violent protests.
Minnesota is mobilizing its entire National Guard as the state braces for more protests in Minneapolis over George Floyd’s death. The ongoing protests turned violent on Friday for a fourth night after thousands of demonstrators set cars and buildings on…
By Sudhin Thanawala, Associated Press
Georgia’s governor declared a state of emergency early Saturday to activate the state National Guard as violence flared in Atlanta and cities nationwide.
By Associated Press
Gov. Phil Murphy and other officials didn’t offer details on what their exact role would be. Nursing homes need “some relief from the bullpen,” Murphy said.
By Marina Villeneuve, Olga R. Rodriguez, Associated Press
New York's governor announced he is sending National Guard troops to scrub surfaces and deliver food in and around a New York City suburb at the center of the nation's biggest cluster of coronavirus cases.
By Kevin McGill, Janet McConnaughey, Associated Press
About 3,000 National Guard troops along with other rescue crews were posted around the state with boats, high-water vehicles and helicopters. Drinking water was lined up, and utility crews with bucket trucks moved into position in the region.
By Clarice Silber, Associated Press
Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott announced on Friday that he will send another 1,000 National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border while accusing Congress of failing to take action on the growing humanitarian crisis.
By Don Thompson, Associated Press
California is pulling the troops away from President Donald Trump's border protection efforts and devoting them to fire protection.
Fifty miles east of Los Angeles, a brush fire has quickly grown into a wall of fast-moving flames. The new “Sierra Fire” is spreading south from the edge of the Angeles National Forest, though firefighters say they’re making gains against…
By Jessica Villagomez
Here’s what you need to know about President Donald Trump's decision to send National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border.
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