"The citizens of this community, including members of this Metro Council, have been very upset with the perceived lack of transparency by the city," said committee chair Brent Ackerson said. "It's our intention, as a committee, to formally begin an investigation."
President Donald Trump retweeted a video of a white couple waving firearms at protesters outside their home Sunday evening, just hours after he retweeted - and later deleted - a post highlighting a "white power" supporter.
Dozens of Pride and Black Lives Matter protesters met outside First Baptist Dallas where several demonstrators taunted police officers with doughnuts on a string.
The president on Sunday retweeted and later deleted the tweet of a video showing two sets of Florida seniors in competing protests.
A woman shouted at Black Lives Matter protesters that she would "teach [her] grandkids to hate all of you," while wrapped in a Confederate flag, before shouting, "KKK belief."
"We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough how seriously we take this heinous act. We have launched an immediate investigation," NASCAR said in a statement.
"We are calling on all Republican officials to condemn these actions and to hold their party accountable for putting lives at risk in order to hold onto power."
During a Zoom meeting, people from Shelby Township called for Police Chief Robert Shelide's removal following controversial tweets on a since-deleted account.
The woman in the video is a second-grade teacher who says she panicked after protesters chanted obscenities near her home.
The Shorewood Police Department on Sunday said the woman, identified as attorney Stephanie Rapkin, was taken into custody on Saturday evening.
"A lot of [protesters] are just violent looters, and lawless criminals at this point because they are engaging in violence," Massie said.
King shared a video of a young girl joining a protest, and many people are celebrating the girl's dedication on Twitter.
The former president will be joined by activists and elected officials for a press conference regarding the death of George Floyd and the protests it has sparked.
Several protests are expected to take place Wednesday in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston and Seattle.
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.
Groups in support of George Floyd's family and in support of paying protesters' bail announced millions of dollars in record fundraising.
Keith Ellison said that outside agitators were trying to undo the efforts that protesters were making.
He joined Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms during a press conference on Friday.
The president thanked the Secret Service for their handling of the protesters at the White House Friday evening, while D.C. Mayor Bowser said local police were present.
The Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board, which maintains the Statehouse, is still assessing the cost of the damage from rioters Thursday.
Protesters converged upon the scene of George Floyd's death on Tuesday, some carrying signs reading "I can't breathe."
More than 2,000 demonstrators gathered at the state Capitol in Sacramento demanding lockdown measures be lifted.
Advocates for patients with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, called for the FDA to expedite medication for the disease.
"This kind of activity will put more people at risk, and it could mean that more people will die," said a spokesperson for Governor Whitmer Thursday.
Stephen Moore compared protesters in several states who are demanding an immediate end to "stay-at-home" anti-coronavirus efforts to civil rights icon Rosa Parks.
Two anti-dairy protesters interrupted the former vice president's speech in California on Super Tuesday.
Protesters from the immigrant advocacy group RAICES Action interrupted former Vice President Joe Biden's closing remarks at Wednesday's Democratic debate in Nevada. "You deported three million people!" they cried.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' campaign event in California was interrupted by topless anti-dairy protesters from activist group Direct Action Everywhere on Monday, a practice the organization says they intend to keep doing in the future.