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Here's the latest for Thursday June 4th: Congressional Democrats prepare police reform measures; New York City enforces curfew; One NYPD officer stabbed, two shot; Wildfire northeast of San Francisco.
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that the nation needs "law and order" and defended his walk to a Washington, DC church after protesters were dispersed from the area.
A grass fire burning northeast of San Francisco destroyed or damaged about a dozen homes Wednesday and prompted evacuations of several streets, fire officials said.
The Roman Catholic bishop of Brooklyn, already under a church investigation for alleged sex abuse, has been accused by a second man who says he was molested in the 1970s. Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio has denied the accusations.
Clogs in sewers pipes are increasing during the pandemic as home-bound Americans are seeking alternatives to bathroom tissue because of occasional shortages while stepping up efforts to sanitize their dwellings and themselves.
Highlights of this day in history: Chinese troops crush a pro-democracy movement in Beijing's Tiananmen Square; World War II's Battle of Midway begins; Henry Ford tests his quadricycle; Bruce Springsteen releases 'Born in the U.S.A.'
Police made several arrests shortly after a curfew kicked in Wednesday for a second night in New York City to curb violent protests following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Earlier in the day, several peaceful protests across the city d...
A march in support of Black Lives Matter sponsored by a gay and lesbian group filled the streets of West Hollywood Wednesday. One protester said the march showed solidarity between the black and LGBTQ communities.
Grammy nominated recording artist Bun B speaks on his distant musical ties to George Floyd who rapped on a few mid ‘90s DJ Screw mixtapes. Screw’s iconic Houston collective, the Screwed Up Click, introduced the "screwed" sound to hip-hop and is st...
The attorney for George Floyd's family expressed gratitude to Minnesota prosecutors for filing a tougher charge against the police officer at the center of the case and charging three others. Still, Ben Crump says it's too early to celebrate.
Prosecutors have charged a Minneapolis police officer accused of pressing his knee against George Floyd's neck with second-degree murder, and for the first time are leveling charges against three other officers.
Harvard public health experts worried that COVID-19 infections could spike in communities from large, nationwide protests seeking to end white-on-black brutality like the deadly arrest of George Floyd by a white Minneapolis police officer
Here are the top stories for Wednesday, June 3: More charges announced in George Floyd case; Esper breaks with Trump over military response to protests; Rosenstein defends role in Russia probe; Museum closed due to pandemic reopens in Florence.
Georgia voting rights activist Stacey Abrams is demanding protesters' voices be heard in the aftermath of George Floyd's death. Abrams draws parallels between current protests and 1992 riots after officers were acquitted in Rodney King's beating.
The New York Police Department stands with George Floyd's family in the wake of his death, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said on Wednesday.Shea was speaking shortly after meeting with Terrence Floyd, brother of George and some religious leaders.
The Trump administration moved Wednesday to block Chinese airlines from flying to the U.S. in an escalation of trade and travel tensions between the two countries.
The U.S. House Majority Whip said President Donald Trump "seems to think that religion is some kind of prop to further his political interest" as the president is seen cloaking himself in religion twice this week.
The mother of a black man who was fatally shot by an Indianapolis police officer is calling for an independent investigation of his death, nearly a month after he was killed following a police pursuit.