MINNEAPOLIS — A day after one of the most destructive and violent nights in Minneapolis history, Gov. Tim Walz and the mayors of the state’s two largest cities faced mounting criticism, with the governor calling the city’s response an “abject failure.”As Walz vowed to restore order heading into the weekend, he acknowledged shortcomings in the response to protests late Thursday night and early Friday, which led to the evacuation and destruction of the city’s 3rd Precinct headquarters, as well as widespread looting and arson fires that set the city ablaze.Officials hoped that murder and manslaug…
WATCH: Video shows how Trump makes his caddie hang on to the back of the golf cart
Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and economic catastrophe, the leader of the free world spent the weekend golfing at his private, for-profit golf course in Virginia.
For the second day in a row, Donald Trump's presidential motorcade traveled to Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia.
"Today marks the president’s 86th day trip to Sterling," reported HuffPost correspondent S.V. Dáte, who was the White House pool reporter for print covering the day's events.
NRA slammed for saying AR-15 rifles are just ‘an everyday gun for everyday citizens’
The debate over firearms in America heated up over the weekend as AR-15 trended nationwide on Twitter.
The discussion followed a tweet by the National Rifle Association praising firearms platform, which are widely referred to as assault rifles.
"The AR-15 is the modern day musket," the NRA tweeted. "An everyday gun for everyday citizens."
David Hogg, who co-founded "A March for Our Lives" after surviving a mass shooting at his high school in Parkland, Florida was one of man people who slammed the NRA.
6 minutes 20 seconds Is all it took for the shooter at my high school to fire over 100 rounds from his AR-15 to shoot 34 people.
White House ripped for leaking their ‘Tyrion Lannister move’ — on how they’re going to stop the leaks
President Donald Trump's administration received harsh criticism after Axios reported on the scheme the White House is using to try to identify leakers.
"President Trump's chief of staff, Mark Meadows, has told several White House staffers he's fed specific nuggets of information to suspected leakers to see if they pass them on to reporters — a trap that would confirm his suspicions," Axios reported Sunday.