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New York City imposed a late-night curfew Monday that failed to prevent another night of destruction, including arrests after a break-in at the iconic Macy's store on 34th Street, following protests over George Floyd’s death.
Here's the latest for Tuesday June 2nd: Violence follows protests in New York; Protests continue in cities across United States; President Trump wants stronger action against protesters; WHO says there have been 150,000 coronavirus cases in Africa.
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Looters broke in and damaged a number of stores and businesses in Santa Monica, California, during protests on Sunday. One of the businesses was Powr.TV, owned by John Lemp, who returned Monday to survey the damage.
Looters broke in and damaged a number of stores and businesses in Santa Monica, California, during protests on Sunday. One of the businesses was Power.TV, owned by John Lemp, who returned Monday to survey the damage.
The first animal studies trickling out show no sign of a side effect that has worried researchers. But it's still not clear exactly how much of an immune reaction possible vaccines need to spark for real protection.
Amid racial unrest across the nation, President Donald Trump on Monday declared himself “the president of law and order” and threatened to deploy the U.S. military to American cities to quell a rise of violent protests.
Newly arrived NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, joined by astronaut Chris Cassidy, participated in a press conference on the International Space Station Monday.
AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace says President Donald Trump is likely to step up his law and order approach, rather than try to soothe the nation amid a week of protests over the death of George Floyd while in police custody.
New York City Police Commissioner Dermot Shea says about six incidents were being investigated by the department's internal affairs bureau, including one where an officer pointed a gun at protesters.
Here's the latest for Monday June 1st: Autopsy commissioned by Floyd's family shows asphyxiation by sustained pressure; Floyd's brother appeals for peace; Trump tells governor's they are 'weak;' Biden meets with community leaders.
Chicago business owner Brian Heath, who is black, said he's upset that his consignment boutique was vandalized on Sunday. But he’s even more upset about George Floyd's death, which triggered the unrest.
Media critic Eric Deggans recommends cutting back on cable news viewing amid coverage of the death of George Floyd and the protests surrounding it. Deggans, author of “Race-Baiter: How the Media Wields Dangerous Words to Divide a Nation,” also dis...
The Senate opened on Monday with leaders condemning the recent deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, black Americans, by police in Minnesota and Kentucky and the shooting death of black jogger Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia by two white men.
Downtown Boston is cleaning up a day after mostly peaceful protests devolved into violence and looting. Nationwide street protests were triggered by the killing of a black man by a white police officer in Minneapolis
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany says violence, looting and lawlessness won't "be tolerated" in U.S. cities and President Donald Trump wants to "dominate the streets" with the National Guard to stop violent and destructive protests.
Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden met with community leaders at a predominantly African American church in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware on Monday.
George Floyd's brother called for calm on Monday in the wake of widespread unrest after his sibling's death. Terrence Floyd pleaded with a crowd in Minneapolis, urging them to "do this another way."
Demonstrators smashed windows, set fires and tried to topple a Confederate monument in downtown Birmingham on Sunday night as unrest erupted around the country in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd in Minnesota.
New York's mayor said Monday he was considering putting the nation's biggest city under curfew after nights of destruction followed three days of largely peaceful protests over George Floyd's death.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday he was concerned that mass protests over George Floyd's death in New York City could imperil the long, hard fight to contain the coronavirus pandemic in a worldwide hotspot.