Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is facing widespread calls to resign after several protesters were reportedly shot dead by the Nigerian military in the Lekki district of Lagos.
A group of protesters gathered in front of the home of the Nigerian Ambassador to the U.S. on Tuesday after reports of the killing of anti-police brutality demonstrators in Lagos.
"Our view is that we can't bury our heads in the sand," said Sean Eldridge, the founder and president of Stand Up America. "We have to be prepared if he were to try to undermine the election results or to prematurely declare victory."
Widely-circulated footage shows Orile Iganmu Police Station ablaze amid reports of several fatalities as protests in Nigeria escalate.
Despite Trump describing himself as the "law and order" candidate, only 44 percent of likely voters say they trust the president to keep the peace.
"If [protesters] do not disperse in the time allotted, then I will deploy the skunk water and arrest those that remain," Jerry Sheridan, the Republican candidate for sheriff, reportedly said while demonstrating the smelly liquid on volunteers.
A Twitter user posted a video of the scene after conflicting political protests hit Boston's Copley Square on Sunday afternoon.
After a Trump-supporting group organized a rally, billed as a "Peaceful Protest Against Democrat Violence," at least three groups galvanized counter-protesters.
More than 400 virtual and in-person Women's March events were expected to take place across the U.S. on Saturday.
The Portland Police Bureau announced the numbers would be put on the helmets to more easily identify officers by November 15.
River is the daughter of Reina Mae Nasino, a 23-year-old human rights worker and political activist.
"We're mostly concerned that if those criminals understand that no one can find them behind [their] mask, they'll ramp up the violence against protesters tenfold," an activist told Newsweek.
Several churches across the country supporting the Black Lives Matter movement have faced vandalism in recent months.
"The bottom line—we will absolutely be prepared election night to protect our residents," said Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler.
A man whose truck displayed a large pro-Trump flag is seen repeatedly coughing on protesters outside a gas station in Kanab, Utah, in a viral social media video.
Dolloff, 30, was being held in jail for investigation of first-degree murder after a shooting near Civic Center Park in Denver, Colorado on October 10.
Demonstrators arrived at the building in downtown Rochester to protest against the earlier arrest of a man, who police conceded had been taken into custody on an "erroneously issued" bench warrant.
Prosecutors say there is no evidence that the rifle used in the shootings was ever possessed by the 17-year-old in Illinois.
The recent increase in firearms sales is expected to continue throughout the presidential election, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
"We're gathering to send the visible message that they must address the public's priorities—health care, reproductive rights, voting rights, racial justice, and more—not fast track a nominee who threatens our health and our rights," one organization told Newsweek.
No masks or social distancing were in observance at the 9,000-person event, nor did its organizer tell the city about its plans.
Mayor Dennis McBride said the decision about Officer Joseph Mensah's continued employment was "not in the hands" of his office.
Demonstrators held signs in support of the Affordable Care Act, which many fear would be jeopardized by her appointment.
Members of the Orthodox Jewish community believe they've been unfairly targeted following the recent rise in COVID-19 cases.
Tischler, a candidate for Brooklyn's City Council, has become a leading figure in the fight against COVID-19 restrictions in New York.
KUSA-TV, an NBC-affiliated station also known as 9NEWS, wrote that it had contracted the private security guard who was arrested in connection with the shooting.
The Denver Police Department has reported one person shot at dueling protests—one a "Patriot Rally" and the other a "BLM-Antifa Food Drive"—and two suspects are in custody.
Protests initially erupted in the Milwaukee suburb on Wednesday after the local district attorney declined to file charges against an officer in the fatal shooting of teenager Alvin Cole.
Wauwatosa law enforcement officers used tear gas against protesters over the February shooting death of Alvin Cole by a member of the Wauwatosa Police Department.
There have been 587,107 background checks in the state so far this year alone, compared to previous record of 505,722.