• Ricky Schroder defends helping bail out Kenosha gunman Kyle Rittenhouse

    Ricky Schroder defends helping bail out Kenosha gunman Kyle Rittenhouse

    Ricky Schroder said during an exclusive telephone interview with The Post that he's putting up "hundreds of thousands" of dollars for the bond and the 17-year-old's legal defense.
  • Stores across country board up fearing election-related chaos

    Stores across country board up fearing election-related chaos

    Businesses nationwide are fortifying themselves for Election Day riots. Shops in San Francisco, Beverly Hills, Washington, DC, Atlantic City, Chicago, Boston, Indianapolis and Denver have already
  • Walmart brings back gun displays day after ordering them hidden

    Walmart brings back gun displays day after ordering them hidden

    Walmart has begun returning firearms and ammo to the selling floors of its stores nationwide — just one day after yanking them from merchandise displays for fear of imminent “civil
  • Minneapolis City Council Members Complain of Rising Crime Months after Trying to Defund Police Department

    Minneapolis City Council Members Complain of Rising Crime Months after Trying to Defund Police Department

    Minneapolis City Council members complained of rising crime rates in the city and asked the city’s police chief what he is doing about it during a Tuesday meeting on police reform, months after the council proposed dismantling the police department. Council members told police chief Medaria Arradondo that their constituents have reported seeing and hearing …
  • Riots following George Floyd’s death may cost insurance companies up to $2B

    Riots following George Floyd’s death may cost insurance companies up to $2B

    Insurance companies could pay up to $2 billion in claims stemming from riots sparked by the police killing of George Floyd — making them the most expensive in US history, a new report says. The record-setting insured losses piled up as the demonstrations sometimes devolved into looting, arson and vandalism in 20 states across the …
  • Louisville Reaches Record Multi-Million Dollar Settlement in Breonna Taylor’s Wrongful Death Lawsuit

    Louisville Reaches Record Multi-Million Dollar Settlement in Breonna Taylor’s Wrongful Death Lawsuit

    The city of Louisville, Ky. will pay several million dollars to the mother of Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old EMT killed by police, and institute police reforms on how warrants are handled as part of a settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Taylor’s family. Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, filed the suit in April, alleging …
  • Oregon Republican Lawmakers React to Arrest of Dem House Speaker’s Aide in Portland Riots

    Oregon Republican Lawmakers React to Arrest of Dem House Speaker’s Aide in Portland Riots

    Republicans in the Oregon legislature are accusing Democrats of sanctioning “lawlessness” after the arrest of a top aide to the Democratic Oregon House speaker this month during protests that devolved into riots in downtown Portland. Kristina Narayan, who serves as legislative director for Oregon House Speaker Representative Tina Kotek, was arrested late at night on Saturday, September …
  • Multiple Giants players kneel during national anthem

    Multiple Giants players kneel during national anthem

    About 20 Giants knelt while the Steelers stood in unison and held an anti-racism banner during the playing of the national anthem before their “Monday Night Football” matchup. Giants coach Joe Judge stood between co-captains Jabrill Peppers and Dalvin Tomlinson and put one hand on the shoulder of both kneeling players. The banner read “Steelers …
  • Jets, other NFL teams stay inside during national anthem

    Jets, other NFL teams stay inside during national anthem

    The Jets and Bills opted out of taking a stand – or a knee – during the national anthem, choosing to stay inside. But the NFL’s reigning MVP had no such qualms. From Colin Kaepernick on, the NFL has been among the leagues most resistant to social media messaging. That’s why it was so noteworthy …
  • Browns’ Baker Mayfield to stand for national anthem after backlash

    Browns’ Baker Mayfield to stand for national anthem after backlash

    Baker Mayfield planned to make a stand. Instead, he’ll stand. After watching the Chiefs and Texans receive backlash from the Kansas City crowd for their “show of unity” prior to Thursday’s game, Mayfield has decided he will stand for the national anthem before Sunday’s game against the Ravens after the Browns quarterback previously said he …