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Blake family launching civil suit against police department

A GoFundMe to support Jacob Blake and his family has raised more than $1 million just one day after the fundraising campaign was launched

Milwaukee Bucks Boycott NBA Playoff Game

The NBA team’s protest in Orlando comes in response to the recent police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man, which has resulted in days of unrest in Wisconsin

Police officer Rusten Sheskey shot Jacob Blake

Officer was caught on video firing seven times into Blake’s back at almost point-blank range

Tucker Carlson defends actions of teen charged in Kenosha killings

Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, has been charged with murder after two people were killed at Black Lives Matter protest

The RNC ignored police brutality to praise Trump for ‘law and order’

Night three of the GOP convention felt very separated from the turmoil stemming from the police shooting of Jacob Blake

White supremacists and militias have infiltrated police across US

A former FBI agent has documented links between serving officers and racist militant activities in more than a dozen states

Protesters: 'Kidnap' by federal agents

Residents take to streets to patch up damage: Activists report being held for hours without charge

Athletes have the power to bring change

Many have questioned how much concrete change can come from the recent sporting boycotts. But players can change America on many levels

Clashes between BLM activists, pro-Trump supporters

One person shot dead in Portland: The groups had earlier faced off along a highway on-ramp and on downtown city streets.

Trump arrives with Bill Barr as he pushes law-and-order message

On arrival, president says: ‘We’ll have plenty to talk about’
Wisconsin governor and Kenosha mayor opposed Trump trip

Marjorie Taylor Greene reveals she spoke to Donald Trump

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene announced on Twitter on Saturday morning that she had spoken to Donald Trump · She claimed they had a 'great call' and that she is 'grateful for his support'

Movement nominated for Nobel peace prize

Norwegian MP cites global impact of BLM in raising awareness and consciousness of racial injustice

Charges dropped against woman who called police on Black birdwatcher

Amy Cooper completes therapy involving racial bias instruction · Video of encounter in New York’s Central Park went viral in 2020

After the impeachment: Nancy Pelosi want the capitol attack investigated like 9/11

In the wake of Republican senators caving to Trump over impeachment, the House Speaker has called for a probe into the January 6 insurrection — and even some of the former president’s allies appear to be on board

Breonna Taylor rally demands justice on first anniversary of her death

Hundreds gather in Louisville chanting ‘no justice, no peace’ for Black woman shot by police in her apartment

Georgia activists call for boycott over ‘deafening silence’ on voting rights

The call for the boycott is coming from leaders of the sixth district of the AME church

Minneapolis: Trial begins for officer Derek Chauvin accused of murder

The defining trial of the Black Lives Matter movement

Defense takes aim at bystanders in murder case

The prosecution has been building its case around the testimony of eyewitnesses

Chauvin's supervisor says there was no justification to keep knee on neck

Chauvin and the other officers should have stopped using force

Officer who handcuffed and pepper-sprayed black army lieutenant is fired

The complaint alleges: the officers threatened to murder him

Police chief, veteran cop Kim Potter who shot and killed Daunte Wright both quit

A 26-year veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department was identified as the shooter

US police and public officials donated to Kyle Rittenhouse, data breach reveals

Officers and officials also donated to fundraisers for far-right activists and fellow officers accused of shooting black Americans

Cicil rights: Will the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict change policing in America?

George Floyd’s death at the hands of a white police touched off a new civil rights uprising

Judge denies requests to release body-cam video of shooting

Judge said he believed videos contained information that could harm the investigation or threaten safety of people in the footage

Judge rules South Carolina restaurant manager owes more than $500K to worker

In 2019, Edwards pleaded guilty to not paying Smith any wages between 2009 and 2014