On Friday, California, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, and Oklahoma reported a spike in the number of reported COVID-19 cases per day leading to fears that the U.S. has entered a second wave of the virus.
Walsh said that he plans to resubmit the 2021 budget on June 15, which will reallocate the funds and reinvest them in programs that create equality and inclusion in the community.
The second wave of the new coronavirus may have arrived in Texas as state and local leaders reported spikes in new cases that may have begun with Memorial Day crowds.
The practice, commonly used by law enforcement, was employed by the Louisville Police Department when they raided the home of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor. Taylor was shot eight times by police after her boyfriend, thinking their home was being invaded, shot at police and they returned fire.
"The Christopher Columbus statue, in some ways represents the Italian-American legacy in this country and the Italian-American contribution in this country," New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said.
The cities of Los Angeles and New York announced steep cuts to their police department budgets, amid pressure over nationwide protests of police brutality against African Americans and other minority groups.
"I recognize that the process takes longer than we all want, but this is what must be done to ensure a thorough and fair investigation," Acting Louisville Police Chief Robert Schroeder said Wednesday.
Trump won the 2016 presidential election taking 306 electoral votes and defeated Hilary Clinton, which not only hinged on victories in red states, but in states like Michigan, New Hampshire, Maine, and Florida.
Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams said the suspect, who is still unidentified, had been asked to leave the police station after causing a disturbance, and was shot by a police officer in the parking lot after after he ran over another officer with his SUV.
The November general election could be a toss-up for Trump and Biden when Iowa voters cast their ballots after both candidates polled dead even in a recent poll.
All 57 officers were members of the Buffalo Police Department Emergency Response Team.
The storm is making its way into the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to make landfall late Sunday along the Louisiana coast.
The number of confirmed cases of the new coronavirus has increased in many of the states that were among the first to reopen their economies.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1.4 million health care workers — many of them nurses — were laid off or furloughed in April, with more than 134,000 of those losses happening in hospitals.
As early as 2018, the Boogaloo has become a catchphrase loosely based on an ultra-right-wing or "alt-right" extremists, as well as militia groups, anarchists, or in some cases white supremacist groups, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
Widespread rioting and protests in many U.S. cities have forced the Walmart stores to remove guns and ammunition from the sales floor of many of their stores where some of the worst violent protests have occurred.
"The team leader's intent of motivating and reassuring his troopers was commendable but his word choice, especially when considered outside of the context of his team's immediate challenges, was not," Chris Loftis, director of communications for the Washington State Patrol, said in a statement.
Historically, Cristobal is the earliest occurrence of a third-named storm to form in the Atlantic Basin.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said last week that the Senate is looking at writing a fourth and final stimulus bill that will have input from Democrats and ensure it is signed by President Donald Trump
Rev. Gini Gerbasi, a former assistant rector of St. John's during the Obama administration, said troops and police arrived without any advanced warning and drove protesters out of the area.
An unidentified Seattle Police officer was captured on video using the same knee-to-neck method to subdue protesters that caused the death of George Floyd on May 25.
Violent protests erupted over the weekend in a number of cities including Los Angeles, New York, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and Chicago.
Protesters took to the streets demanding justice for George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minneapolis a week ago.
According to a news report Friday, Chicago police officers have been told not to use force to break up crowds.
Minnesota Department of Public Safety Director John Harrington was speaking with reporters about the protests in Minneapolis.
The Minnesota Department of Health confirmed that 29 percent of COVID-19 cases occurred in the African American community, and as protests continue this weekend, there's concern the virus may spread.
Some Senate Democrats are also expressing concerns about what the HEROES Act could do for the economy.
Bucks County voters will need to wear a face mask to cast their primary ballot on June 2, or they will have to wait outside the polling area.
"I didn't donate my kidney to save somebody's life so that I could die at the hands of Republicans who are being callous liars," Rep. Brian Sims said regarding the news that fellow Rep. Andrew Lewis or the GOP did not disclose his COVID-19 infection to Democrats.
Thousands of protesters wearing face coverings surrounded the Minneapolis Police Department's Third Precinct police station late Wednesday, about half a mile from where Floyd had been arrested.