A text chain being shared throughout the Raleigh area says "antifa may be heading into the wealthy neighborhoods tonight to take what should be theirs." But local authorities say they have no evidence the threat is credible.
President Donald Trump recently tweeted that COVID-19 cases are falling across the United States.
Black voters helped former Vice President Joe Biden all but secure the Democratic presidential nomination. But Biden overstated his support from the NAACP on a prominent radio show -- the same one in which he said black voters who don't support him "ain't black."
Demonstrations erupted in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd, who died May 25 after a white police officer pinned his knee against the black man's neck. Amid the chaos, misinformation took off on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram.
Darren Jackson, leader of the Democrats in the North Carolina House of Representatives, tweeted that two-thirds of Americans disapprove of President Trump's decision to not wear a mask. Here's what polls show.
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Published: 2019-11-15 13:20:00
Updated: 2020-05-11 12:59:11