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 23: Seattle will reclaim police-free autonomous zone  taken over by demonstrators

US News today, June 23: Seattle will reclaim police-free autonomous zone taken over by demonstrators

President to extend a ban on US work visa through 2020, the US is still in the first wave of Covid-19 pandemic, a US soldier planned attack on members of unit and Seattle will reclaim police-free autonomous zone taken over by demonstrators are remarkable news on June 23.
Protests in America update: Trump signed order to encourage police to limit deadly force 

Protests in America update: Trump signed order to encourage police to limit deadly force 

Protesters in Washington DC blocks Interstate 395 near Capitol, Rayshard Brooks' family called for murder charges and radical review to Atlanta police, voting to ban chokeholds and crowd control weapons in Seattle and President Donald Trump to sign order to encourage police to limit deadly force remarkable news updated today.
Protests in America update:  Autopsy concludes homicide in Rayshard Brooks shooting

Protests in America update: Autopsy concludes homicide in Rayshard Brooks shooting

Rayshard Brooks shooting died of blood loss, mayor of San Francisco "pushing" to ensure police not to respond to calls that don't involve violence, thousands with white clothes gathered outside Brooklyn Museum against racism, the wife of Rayshard Brooks wants related cops to go to jail are some remarkable updates today.
Protests in America update: Protestors set fire to the restaurant where Rayshard Brooks shot

Protests in America update: Protestors set fire to the restaurant where Rayshard Brooks shot

Atlanta police chief steps down after Rayshard Brooks shot and killed by a cop, protestors ste fire to restaurant near place of Rayshard Brooks' shot, at least 450 businesses in New York damaged in looting and vandalism and protesters in California require investigation over the death of Robert Fuller are remarkable news updated today.
Protests in America update: New York state approves to ban chokehold and others restrictions to cops

Protests in America update: New York state approves to ban chokehold and others restrictions to cops

New York state approves to ban chokehold and others restrictions to cops, President Donald Trump changes the date of Tulsa rally after controversial opinion, a New Jersey cop charged with assault after using pepper spray to people despite their unprovoked behavior and Seattle police want to return to the vacated precinct is remarkable news updated today.
Protests in America update: Protests in Seattle become more aggresive

Protests in America update: Protests in Seattle become more aggresive

Protesters in Seattle are prevailing the police precinct, President Donald Trump warns against "falsely labeling" Americans racist and Oklahoma cop won't apologize for controversial saying about African Americans are remarkable news updated today.
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.
80% voters say the US is ‘out of control’, new poll finds

80% voters say the US is ‘out of control’, new poll finds

Eight out of 10 voters believe that things are out of control in the United States, with majorities still concerned about the spread of the coronavirus, pessimistic about the economy's return to normal before next year and down on President Donald Trump's ability to unite the nation
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: 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: 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.
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...
US News Today: Setting fire to Nashville's Historic Courthouse

US News Today: Setting fire to Nashville's Historic Courthouse 2

Driver arrested after a semitrailer speeds toward crowd of George Floyd protesters on Minneapolis bridge, Polk County declares emergency, curfew in place overnight, Minnesota attorney general to take over prosecution over George Floyd's death, Setting fire to Nashville's Historic Courthouse, are reamarkable news on June 1.
Protests over George Floyd spread to some cities in the world

Protests over George Floyd spread to some cities in the world

After the death of black man George Floyd in Minneapolis, street protests have gone West over the weekend, as demonstrators in London, Berlin and Toronto gathered under banners declaring that Black Lives Matter and called for an end to police brutality in the United States and around the world.
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