Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser will hold a news conference June to speak about ongoing protests in the city following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis policy custody.
By Lisa Desjardins
As protests over the death of George Floyd continue in cities nationwide, there were major developments Wednesday in the legal response to the case. Derek Chauvin, the officer who pressed his knee into Floyd’s neck, is now charged with second-degree…
Columbia, South Carolina’s capital, is among the many U.S. cities seeing protests and curfews over the past week. Mayor Stephen Benjamin is the city’s first African American mayor, and he joins Judy Woodruff to discuss how he sees “collective pain”…
The U.S. has now experienced a full week of protests over police treatment of black Americans. The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has triggered widespread demonstrations, curfews and thousands of arrests. National Guard troops have been called up in…
Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde leads the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, D.C. That includes St. John's Church, across from the White House, which was partially burned during Sunday's unrest and the site of President Trump's Monday night photo op. Budde joins…
By Alan Suderman, Associated Press
Some governors are balking at President Donald Trump's request to send National Guard troops to Washington, D.C., for a massive militarized show of force in the nation's capital after several days of violent protests.
By Associated Press
In one incident, Atlanta Journal-Constitution photographer Alyssa Pointer, a black woman, was detained by Georgia Department of Natural Resources officers while wearing press credentials.
WASHINGTON — The nearly 1,300 D.C. National Guard members who have been activated to assist law enforcement entities dealing with civil unrest were joined Monday evening by Guardsmen from Utah and New Jersey, and almost 1,500 guardsmen are coming today…
By Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press
French authorities have banned a protest over racial injustice and heavy-handed police tactics as global outrage about the death of George Floyd in the United States kindled frustrations across borders and continents.
By Associated Press
New York's mayor extended an 8 p.m. curfew all week in hopes of stopping destruction that continued overnight from protests following the death of George Floyd in police custody.
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