"The evidence will bear out what happened as we proceed with the legal process," said attorney Michelle Simpson Tuegel.
"This report should be a wake-up call for the world," said Save the Children International CEO Inger Ashing.
The video was released after bystander video showed a Minneapolis Park Police vehicle at the scene.
The new measure would seek to provide undocumented taxpayers with funds they were denied in the government's recent $2.2 trillion stimulus package.
"Where they're making progress we'll start to open it up," President Donald Trump said on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump has threatened to pull plans to hold the RNC in North Carolina if the state cannot commit to allowing "full attendance" at the event.
"This is not something I want to do," President Donald Trump said of the threat.
"I just want some respect for our fallen heroes," said Tony Molina, the president of the Puerto Rican Veteran Monument Square Association.
Brazil is now second only to the U.S. in having the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the world.
Fifty-two percent of U.S. residents fear it would be "unsafe" to send children back to school, a new Quinnipiac University Poll has found.
Returned children face the threat of potential violence and stigmatization over fears they may be infected with coronavirus, UNICEF has warned.
"Every single one of their names deserves to be read," said co-organizer Anthony Torres.
The FBI and DEA also saw a drop in criminal referrals during the same time.
White participants showed less support for the measure than black and Hispanic respondents.
"The administration is brazenly using COVID-19 to enact its immigration agenda," said Dr. Michele Heisler, the medical director of Physicians for Human Rights.
The new construction deal with Fisher Sand and Gravel comes with a nearly $1.3 billion price tag.
Choung Woong Ahn was convicted of attempted murder in June 2013. He had been facing deportation from the U.S. before his death.
"We are not a country that believes in tearing babies away from their parents," said Families Belong Together chair Jess Morales Rocketto.
"This should shock the conscience of our city," said Mark Levine, chair of the New York City Council's health committee.
The Trump administration's public charge rule allows officials to view use of certain benefits programs as a negative factor in green card applications.
May 15 marks two years since Loujain al-Hathloul was arrested and detained in Saudi Arabia.
The Remain in Mexico policy has seen nearly 65,000 people seeking asylum in the U.S. turned away to Mexico, according to the American Immigration Council.
The NYPD said officers stopped the woman for not wearing her face mask properly.
"This is an important victory for South Carolinians who want to vote in the primary without risking their health," said Adriel Cepeda Derieux, an attorney with the ACLU's Voting Rights Project.
"We know these detention facilities are not safe," said Dr. Marie DeLuca of Doctors for Camp Closure.
The HEROES Act offers new support and protections for immigrant workers and taxpayers in the U.S.
The UNHCR is "deeply concerned" about reports of abuse and violence against migrants and asylum seekers at the Croatian border.
"Colorado State University is committed to supporting all of our students during this very challenging time," a spokesperson for the university said.
The findings suggest that the coronavirus pandemic does not appear to have prompted a major shift in support across the three states, said Spencer Kimball, the director of Emerson College Polling.
Portugal has extended the citizenship rights until at least July 1st in response to the pandemic.