Correspondent Omar Jimenez and two colleagues were handcuffed and led away by the Minnesota State Patrol while reporting live on the network Friday morning.
By Associated Press
McConnell said the officers involved in the Floyd case "looked pretty darn guilty." But they're sill "entitled to the protections of the Constitution and criminal trials."…
By Frank Jordans, Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press
In Germany, where thousands have protested remaining restrictions in recent days, health officials say the number of people each confirmed coronavirus patient infects rose above 1 again, reflecting a renewed increase in cases. The number must be below 1 for…
By Rick Callahan, Associated Press
Police in Indianapolis are facing protests after officers fatally shot two men and killed a pregnant pedestrian in three separate incidents just hours apart.
By Jay Reeves, Associated Press
Many African Americans watching protests calling for easing restrictions meant to slow the spread of the new coronavirus see them as one more example of how their health and their rights just don't seem to matter.
By Elena Becatoros, Angela Charlton, Elaine Kurtenbach, Associated Press
Millions of workers worldwide are marking international labor day trapped between hunger and fear because of the virus pandemic, either with no job at all or a job without enough health protections.
By Josef Federman, Associated Press
During the past two weekends, thousands of people have gathered in organized geometric patterns in Tel Aviv's central square to comply with social distancing rules as they express their anger over the continued rule of a prime minister charged with…
By Bassam Hatoum, Bilal Hussein, Associated Press
Hundreds of protesters have set fire to two banks and hurled stones at soldiers who responded with tear gas and batons in the northern city of Tripoli.
By Yamiche Alcindor
Officials at all levels of U.S. government are engaged in discussions about how and when to resume commerce and other activities. Polling data shows the majority of Americans support restrictions to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus, but there have…
By Sara Burnett, Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
In places like Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia, small-government groups, supporters of President Donald Trump, anti-vaccine advocates and others have united behind a deep suspicion of efforts to shut down daily life to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
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