A shooting in Florida early Saturday morning left six people injured, after chaos broke out at a block party where people gathered to protest "inequitable narratives."
Video footage shows dozens of protesters, chanting "Black lives matter," climbing up the stairs of a restaurant as patrons dining outside look on.
Demonstrators had gathered outside the police union headquarters on the city's 100th day of protest since the shooting of George Floyd
The Oregon city is expected to see its 100th night of unrest on Saturday, sparked by the killing of George Floyd in May.
Benjamin Ryan Teeter, 22, who was charged with providing support to a foreign terrorist organization, told CNN in June "people think I'm part of a Nazi group—I'm not."
"My easy solution for the park rangers and hopefully snipers who are going to be watching for this is to shoot on sight. Shoot, done. No more messing with monuments. You want to mess with a monument? Done, get out," Wendy Bell said.
Protesters were forcibly dragged from their cars as Washington State Patrol officers arrested nine drivers for blocking traffic on Interstate 5 in Seattle on Friday.
"He was letting me know that Black Lives Matter wasn't doing all of this destroying the property. People are coming from all over the country and they're doing this and it's not them. And so it gave me a whole different way of looking at things."
A total of 781 people have been arrested as a result of the Portland demonstrations, according to statistics gathered in a federal analysis.
A car that struck protesters on Thursday night was filled with counter-protesters who "missed the turn" when being escorted by police, an NYPD spokesperson told Gothamist.
Protesters hung blow dryers outside the House Speaker's San Francisco home after her visit to an indoor hair salon on Monday.
Video shared to Twitter shows a car driving through a crowd of Black Lives Matter protesters at New York City's Times Square on Thursday night.
Of more than 250 arrested in Kenosha County, 132 were from outside the Wisconsin county, police officials reported on Thursday.
On Wednesday, the president issued a memo that suggested state and local officials "have contributed to the violence and destruction in their jurisdictions" by reducing police department budgets and opposing federal troops' deployment.
Little Rock's police union called the vandalism "despicable" and "disrespectful."
Anti-regime demonstrations erupted in around 100 towns and cities last year, with a new fuel tax sparking off simmering unrest.
"I will not allow my deputies or any law enforcement officer in Butler County to take the abuse I have seen over the past several months," Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones wrote.
Democrat mayors condemn Trump's order to cut federal funds for cities which have "permitted violence."
The Democratic presidential nominee plans to hold a community meeting in the city.
An autopsy report ruled Prude's death a homicide, with "complications of asphyxia in the setting of physical restraint" listed as a cause of death.
As protests continue to happen and spring around the country, there have been demonstrations in Washington D.C after a police officer shot and killed an 18-year-old African American man.
"Unless your officers disengage your war with the citizens of Portland I will blow up this precinct," the bomb threat read in part.
Daniel Prude died in March, seven days after Rochester police placed a hood over his head and drove his face into the ground.
Four protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, filed a class-action lawsuit claiming law enforcement didn't enforce curfew restrictions on pro-police demonstrators.
Protests have been ongoing since the disputed election in which Alexander Lukashenko claimed victory.
More registered voters trust Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden than President Donald Trump to handle public safety issues, according to a new poll.
Stop pretending as if looting is ever permissible or acceptable. It isn't.
The word "boogaloo" has been adopted by white supremacists and other far-right extremists as shorthand for a future civil war, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
Indiana GOP Rep. Jim Banks' bill would block "jobless rioters" from receiving federal unemployment benefits and force those convicted to pay restitution to arresting police officers.