"That's a very positive thing," President Donald Trump said of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear's decision to bring on National Guard units during protests in Louisville, Kentucky.
Six months after Breonna Taylor's killing by police, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced that the officers involved will not be charged with homicide.
One of the three officers was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment, but no charges were brought against the other two.
"We are prepared to strap up our boots and, in the spirit of John Lewis, get into some good trouble," state Representative Shevrin Jones said in response to DeSantis' new proposal, which introduces new criminal offences for protesters.
Lindsey Beshai Torres filed a lawsuit, alleging two officers in Worcester, Massachusetts, used excessive force on her son.
Speaking about recent protests sweeping the country, the president said: 'They're walking up there like 30 cans of soup. They have like 25 cans of tuna.'
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer has declared a state of emergency in the city "due to the potential for civil unrest" ahead of the Kentucky attorney general's anticipated announcement of a decision on the case.
The former AG claims the teenager was "trying to protect his state" during protests in Kenosha despite living in Illinois.
Those "fleeing for safety from a mob" could be legally allowed to drive over and seriously injure or kill protesters under a new law Florida Governor Ron DeSantis proposed Monday.
"We're here with your wake up call @LindseyGrahamSC," tweeted protest organizer Sunrise Movement DC. "RBG's seat will be filled after the election."
Portland's NAACP president Rev. E.D. Mondainé said protests in the Oregon city would continue until "unapologetic and deliberate actions" are taken to begin to "root out systemic racism."
A viral video appeared to show the man directing a profanity-laden tirade at demonstrators in the city, which has witnessed months of unrest.
Jake Gardner, 38, took his own life days after a grand jury indicted him in the shooting death of 22-year-old James Scurlock during protests in Omaha, Nebraska on May 30.
Local officials said federal law enforcement, not police, fired the gas at protesters gathered outside a building of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The Active Denial System, also called ADS or "heat ray," uses millimeter wave technology to heat the skin of people targeted by its invisible and silent ray.
Judge Andrew Napolitano, a judicial analyst at Fox News, countered U.S. Attorney General William Barr's reported advice to federal prosecutors last week.
Jenny Durkan said reports of sedition charges potentially being brought against some involved in rioting or linked to violence at protests were the latest abuse of power from the Trump administration.
A military whistleblower said federal officials asked about crowd control technology hours before protesters were forcibly cleared from Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C.
Both property crime and violent crime decreased overall in the U.S. during the first six months of 2020 when compared to 2019, according to the FBI.
The city of Louisville agreed to pay Taylor's family $12 million and implement new police reforms in a settlement of the civil lawsuit brought by her family.
"We have a pervasive problem in the Rochester Police Department, one that views everything through the eyes of the badge and not the citizens we serve," Mayor Lovely Warren said.
Stella Immanuel, the controversial doctor who promoted hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 treatment in a video removed from social media, tweeted about Black Lives Matter's co-founders on Monday afternoon.
"I don't have separate prayers for police victims and for police that are victimized," Sharpton said on Monday.
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Josie Huang, a reporter for public radio station KPCC, was arrested outside St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood, California on Sunday night.
A manhunt remains underway for the person who shot two Los Angeles County deputies as they sat in a parked patrol car in Compton, California on Saturday.
The president's supported booed and shouted "USA" as protesters unfurled a "Black Lives Matter" flag on Sunday night.