US News today, June 25: Three police officers fired in North Carolina over racial slurs video

US News today, June 25: Three police officers fired in North Carolina over racial slurs video

The US has recorded the highest one-day tally in coronavirus cases since April, Trump's administration says 20 companies allegely backed by China's military, three police officers fired in North Carolina over racial slurs video and Arizona’s police chief offers resignation over custody death are remarkable news today.
US News today, June 24: Seattle mayor proposes $20 million cut in police spending

US News today, June 24: Seattle mayor proposes $20 million cut in police spending

Former President Obama raised fund to help Biden, Senate urges Pentagon to make UFO reports in public, seven states report highest coronavirus hospitalizations since pandemic began and Seattle mayor proposes $20 million cut in police spending are remarkable news today.
US News today, June 22: A New York cop suspended over the use of a "disturbing apparent chokehold"

US News today, June 22: A New York cop suspended over the use of a "disturbing apparent chokehold"

Trade talks prevent Trump from putting sanctions on China over Xinjiang issue, eight officers allege discrimination over Derek Chauvin booking, Bolton says he won't vote for Trump and a New York cop suspended over the use of a "disturbing apparent chokehold" are remarkable news today.
Apple, Youtube and PayPal pledge millions USD with initiatives for racial equality drive

Apple, Youtube and PayPal pledge millions USD with initiatives for racial equality drive

Tech giants, Apple, Youtube, and PayPal, to name a few, are confirmed to invest hundreds of millions USD in education and criminal-justice reform. 
Protests in America update: George Floyd's brother calls on Congress to act over police violence

Protests in America update: George Floyd's brother calls on Congress to act over police violence

Former Minneapolis police officer Thomas Lane released on bond, George Floyd's brother calls on Congress to act over police violence, more cities ban chokeholds and Christopher Columbus statues toppled in Minnesota, beheaded in Boston, attacked in Richmond are remarkable news updated today.
George Floyd protests spread worldwide causing UK's slave trader's statue outside London museum removed

George Floyd protests spread worldwide causing UK's slave trader's statue outside London museum removed

The statue of slave trader Robert Milligan that sat outside the Museum of London Docklands was taken down yesterday by the authorities in Tower Hamlets after global anti-racism protests triggered a debate about how Britain commemorates its imperial past.
Protests in America update: Bail set for Seattle man accused of shooting protester after driving into crowd

Protests in America update: Bail set for Seattle man accused of shooting protester after driving into crowd

San Francisco to aid victims of police violence, bail set for Seattle man accused of shooting protester after driving into crowd, Senate confirms first black air force chief, Biden calls for "racial justice" during emotional George Floyd funeral speech and an emergency police reform bill passed are remarkable news updated today.
George Floyd death: an experienced opinion editor resigns after publishing controversial Op-Ed

George Floyd death: an experienced opinion editor resigns after publishing controversial Op-Ed

The New York Times' opinion editor James Bennet has resigned amid outrage over a piece by a Republican senator calling for military forces to be sent to cities where anti-racism protests had turned violent. His resignation comes after The Times admitted he had not read the controversial article.
Protests in America update: President Trump says no defunding or disbanding of police

Protests in America update: President Trump says no defunding or disbanding of police

President Trump says no defunding, dismantling or disbanding of police, judge sets $1-$1.25 million bail for Derek Chauvin, peaceful protests continue across the US, thousands pay tribute to George Floyd at public viewing in Houston and investigate why rubber balls being used on protesters in New Orleans are remarkable news updated today.
Protests and riots in America update:Protesters are chanting and having dance-offs

Protests and riots in America update:Protesters are chanting and having dance-offs

Protests and riots in America update: Buffalo officers shoving 75-year-old protester charged with assault, protestors call to defund the police, protesters are chanting and having dance-offs in some cities, the face-off between police and protesters in Portland is getting more heated and DC National Guard Commander said some guard forces could leave as early as June 8 are remarkable news updated today.
Protests and riots in America update: Choke holds banned for Minnesota police

Protests and riots in America update: Choke holds banned for Minnesota police

More than fifty police resign to support officers fired for shoving a 75 year old man, choke holds banned for Minnesota police, National Football League admitted doing wrong with police protests, Seattle has banned the use of teargas by police for 30 days are remarkable news of protest over George Floyd's death today.
George Floyd’s death: touching stories

George Floyd’s death: touching stories

Houston police officer comforts girl, 5 after she asks if she's going to be shot at US protest and Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey sobs in front of George Floyd’s casket at somber service are touching stories concerning George Floyd’s protests. 
Protests and riots in America update: Time to say goodbye to man whose death ignited racism matter

Protests and riots in America update: Time to say goodbye to man whose death ignited racism matter

Floyd’s mourners stand for 8 minutes, 46 seconds, White House fencing will stay up until June 10, troops moving away from Washington, National Guard helicopter had orders to "deter" criminal activity in Washington, nearly 1,200 complaints have been made against San Jose police since protests began are remarkable news today in the US' protests and riots.
Protests and riots in America update: All four former officers relating to George Floyd's death are in custody

Protests and riots in America update: All four former officers relating to George Floyd's death are in custody

Six Atlanta police officers charged with excessive force, ex-defense chief Mattis denounced President Trump for heavy-handed use of military force, peaceful protesters are still out in Washington and some cities while curfew approaches, final autopsy report concluded George Floyd's death resulted from cardiopulmonary arrest and all four former officers relating to George Floyd's death are now in custody are remarkable news today.
Protests and riots in America update: 1,600 active duty troops were moved into the DC area

Protests and riots in America update: 1,600 active duty troops were moved into the DC area

1,600 active duty troops were moved into the DC area, curfews in cities coast to coast, former President George W Bush calls for unity, Los Angeles Mayor says he's "proud" of peaceful protesters and thousands defy curfew for peaceful march in New York are remarkable updated news relating to protests and riots in the US today.
US News Today: The Insurrection Act of 1807 gives Trump the military's power to dominate protestors

US News Today: The Insurrection Act of 1807 gives Trump the military's power to dominate protestors

What the Insurrection Act of 1807 gives Trump the power to use military to dominate protestors, FBI to investigate death of David McAtee, the US Police reinforced by National Guard troops and  a brief look on Pride month are reamarkable news on June 2.
George Floyd death: US Policemen kneel to apologise; stand in solidarity with protesters

George Floyd death: US Policemen kneel to apologise; stand in solidarity with protesters

The death of African-American George Floyd, a resident of Minneapolis, on May 25 sparked unrest across the US amid the coronavirus pandemic. In the midst of protests and destruction around the nation, a moving scene unfolded Sunday in some cities when some police officers knelt with protesters to express their solidarity with those speaking out against rampant racism and against police brutality.
Riots in America update: Peaceful protesters just outside the White House

Riots in America update: Peaceful protesters just outside the White House

Protests and Riots in America update: President Donald Trump has been weighing options on protest response; Peaceful protesters just outside the White House...
Trump taken to bunker due to protest threats outside the White House

Trump taken to bunker due to protest threats outside the White House

In Washington, DC, President Donald Trump was briefly taken to the underground bunker for a period of time due to protesters outside the White House over George Floyd's death.
Santa Monica: Struggling to stop looting spree, extend curfew through Monday morning

Santa Monica: Struggling to stop looting spree, extend curfew through Monday morning

The looting spree is reported as dozens of cities in the US are gripped by mass protests following the death of black man George Floyd in Minneapolis, who died in police custody after a white officer kneeled on his neck.
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