This spring, Donald Trump added a new phrase to the stock of improvised riffs he throws out at his rallies: “I love my protesters.” And if my Twitter mentions are any indication, there are a ...
Trump said that "professional agitators" bore much of the blame for violence at his rallies as video showed a protester being beaten and another apparently being grabbed by Trump's campaign manager.
“I don’t do that,” Trump explained. “I’m a peace-loving person. We all love peace."
The scenes in Chicago followed several weeks of violence at Trump rallies, in which protesters and journalists have been punched, tackled and hustled out of venues.
Violence has been trailing Donald Trump's campaign, leaving those who dare challenge the GOP candidate shaken, banged up and bruised.
With no one in custody after these attacks, the Memorial Day weekend shootings is a blight on the city of Chicago.
Following the fatal shooting of Walter Scott, State Senator Gerald Malloy's body-camera bill is gaining the attention it needs from his fellow South Carolina pols to finally pass it.
Worshippers at a Jerusalem synagogue are the latest casualties in an ongoing siege of violence between Israel and Palestine.