An officer has been placed on administrative assignment after a fatal confrontation by the popular waterfront site.
The best way to stop these crimes, no matter what motivated them, is to bolster police forces and prosecute offenders to the fullest extent of the law.
Background checks in Biden's first two months in office were significantly higher than when President Barack Obama took office.
Twitter users referred to the congresswoman's vocal stance in support of gun rights after she tweeted "may we unify and not divide during this time."
"The shootings were a total repudiation of our faith and practice, and such actions are completely unacceptable and contrary to the gospel," the Crabapple First Baptist Church in Milton, Georgia, said on Friday.
Several public figures in the Asian American community have spoken about the links between racism and the objectification of Asian women.
Long, 21, of Woodstock, Georgia, was taken into custody after eight people were killed at three massage parlors in the Atlanta area.
Chicago recorded a total of 240 shooting victims in January, both fatal and non-fatal combined, with 51 of those being classified as homicides.
The six charges facing the 17-year-old militia member include homicide and attempted homicide, for which he could face 24 or more years in prison.
He'd been living at her home for barely a month after an arrest for petit theft and resisting an officer in January.
Right now, 46 U.S. states allow citizens to openly carry firearms. In 31 of them, you can carry the gun without any license or permit.
Data from Mapping Police Violence reveals police in the U.S. have killed 751 people so far in 2020.
The New York Police Department reported 777 shootings in 2020 through August 1, totaling more victims and incidents than 2019 in its entirety.
"When a person picks up a gun, we suffer as a city. This cannot be who we are," Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said.
The city had 550 more shooting victims this year compared with the same period, January 1 through July 11, in 2019.
Both citires also saw a spike of gun violecne over the July 4 weekend.
A 7-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy were killed in separate shootings in Chicago on July 4th, while an 11-year-old was fatally shot in Washington, D.C.
Chicago had at least 106 people shot, 13 of them fatally, over Father's Day weekend.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot responded to protests over the death of George Floyd by calling for a citywide moment of silence Sunday evening and declaring, "we will be able to learn from this moment."
The Texas Naval Air Station told people near the North Gate to "get out and get away to safety."
The coronavirus pandemic has not slowed shootings in the greater Chicago area, with 498 shooting victims recorded in the city through March 31—and an additional 20 people shot in the first weekend of April alone.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said that he'd never seen Bernie Sanders supporters "being unusually mean or rude," and requested evidence of bad behavior.
Chuck Bonniwell was taken off air from 710 KNUS after the comment which the station said was "inappropriate."
More than 1,250 people have been killed by police this year under the watch of the far-right president, who came to office promising a zero-tolerance approach to crime.
A 59-year-old man apparently killed his upstairs neighbors before setting his apartment on fire and killing himself Friday afternoon in Harlem, New York.
A Minneapolis man was shot in the head at a funeral on the Fon du Lac Reservation in Minnesota. There is a suspect in custody, and a local school went on lockdown in response to the shooting.
Little evidence shows video games causes violence, leading researchers to believe racial stereotyping could explain why this form of entertainment is blamed when a shooter is white, but less often if they are black.
"We will open fire on these thugs," Ralph Pulliam, the white man who sent the messages, wrote in an email to the office. "It will be a bloodbath."