A debate around the sharing of such videos has been reignited following the shooting of Jacob Blake.
Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump said Blake's children "will be traumatized forever" after watching police shoot their father.
Officers were filmed firing several times into the victim's back as he attempted to get into an SUV.
In a video circulating on social media, an officer is seen firing his gun at Blake as he leans into a vehicle.
The attorney for one of the four ex-Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's May 25 death pointed to body camera footage from the arrest as well as toxicology reports that he said show Floyd had three times the amount of fentanyl in his system.
Vice President Mike Pence said it was "remarkable" that Joe Biden didn't address America's economic struggles with China or the violence at recent protests during his presidential nomination acceptance speech Thursday night.
Company said it is still asking emplyees to "refrain" from political endoresements but will allow support for law enforcement.
"We acknowledge the need to formulate these categories with greater sensitivity and will take immediate steps to rectify this," a U.N. spokesman said.
A riot was declared after some people attacked the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building on Southwest Macadam Avenue.
COVID-19 and George Floyd's death "have shattered the status quo ahead of the 2020 general election," allowing "new flashpoints for state repression, extremist attacks, militia clashes, and other forms of political violence," ACLED found.
The council member said the report displayed a "lack of leadership" within the Dallas Police Department during protests that occurred shortly after the death of George Floyd.
Barr made the comments while speaking at a press conference in Kansas City meant to provide an update for Operation Legend, the Department of Justice-led initiative launched in early July.
"National leadership, frankly, has been caught napping, and so there are other leaders, other organizations who have risen up and who are speaking out," Roland Martin told Newsweek.
A slide, allegedly taken during a diversity training session at a plant, has caused many Republicans to speak out against the tire company.
"They're not doing the job," Mark Meadows said of the response to Portland protests from local authorities.
Austin Council Member Greg Casar said in a Tuesday statement that the city will continue to redistribute the city's police budget despite the governor's threat to freeze the city's property tax.
The lawyer for Thomas Lane, who is charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and manslaughter, says his client "did nothing wrong" in a new court filing.
Officers used crowd control munitions to disperse the crowd after the windows of the Multnomah County Building were smashed and burning material thrown inside.
Iowa State University officials said Monday that the warning published in the class syllabus was "inconsistent with the university's standards."
A group of protesters allegedly knocked a man unconsciousness after he crashed his vehicle following a confrontation.
Black Lives Matter protesters in Colorado on Saturday held a rally calling for the firing of Colorado Springs police officer after he commented "kill them all" on Facebook.
The incident is one of several violent interactions that took place between protester groups in the Oregon city over the weekend.
A video shows an unidentified officer reveal to someone who appears to be a Black Lives Matter protester: "I'm leaving, you guys won."
"You can't even have support from your own fans in your own stadium," the FC Dallas player said. "It's baffling to me."
"I didn't expect them to be fighting like they did," Stone Mountain Police Chief Chancey Troutman said.
Hundreds of pages of emails and intelligence reports hone in on BLM protesters, with only mentioning far-right groups despite their known presence.
Police in riot gear were seen charging at a line of protesters carrying shields before using batons and crowd control munitions to disperse the crowd.
Video released Friday shows one of the ex-Minneapolis Police Department officers charged in George Floyd's death telling investigators his job was to watch the "hostile" crowd nearby — not the deadly arrest.
"We're being specifically targeted with this technology because of what we're protesting," Derrick Ingram said.