Category Archives: National Review

Trump Announces U.S. ‘Terminating’ Relationship with World Health Organization

WHO has “failed to make the requested and greatly needed reforms,” the president said.

Rioters Destroy Bar That Black Minneapolis Firefighter Bought with His Life Savings

Korboi Balla had invested in the bar and was planning to open it before the coronavirus pandemic caused mass business closures.

Judge Blocks Missouri Health Dept. from Shuttering State’s Only Remaining Planned Parenthood

The judge ruled that the health department was in error not to renew the license of the St. Louis clinic.

Amy Klobuchar Takes a Big Hit

The former prosecutor faces scrutiny over decisions not to prosecute police officers in Minneapolis.

Minnesota Police Officer Who Knelt on George Floyd Arrested

Derek Chauvin has been arrested four days after the release of a video in which Chauvin was seen kneeling on the neck of George Floyd.

‘Why Do I Have to Play By Somebody’s Rules if There’s No Justice?’: MSNBC Anchor Sympathizes with Rioters, Looters on Hot Mic

“People are angry and their reaction, you can’t be mad at them for it,” Green said, to which Velshi responded “yeah, because what does justice look like?”

Gunshot Fired into Republican Field Office in Arizona During Campaign Event

A gunshot was fired through the window of the Mohave County Republican Office in Bullhead City, Ariz., on Thursday with five volunteers inside.

Ted Cruz Calls for Criminal Investigation into Twitter over Allegations of Iran Sanctions Violations

Ted Cruz called for a criminal investigation into whether Twitter is violating U.S. sanctions against Iran by allowing Iranian officials to hold accounts on the platform.

The Price of Freedom

Hong Kong reaches a crossroads.

Three Ways the Pandemic Could Change How We Live

Not all adjustments will prove temporary, at least not for everyone.