Protests in America update: Bail set for Seattle man accused of shooting protester after driving into crowd
16:01 | 10/06/2020
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.
08:51 | 09/06/2020
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.
15:03 | 07/06/2020
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.
15:32 | 06/06/2020
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.
06:41 | 06/06/2020
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.
15:18 | 05/06/2020
President Donald Trump on Thursday shared a letter on Twitter that referred to the peaceful protesters who were forcibly dispersed from a park near the White House on Monday evening as "terrorists."