Huffington Post - 1 hour 12 min ago
Fort Lauderdale police are heard celebrating after shooting protesters with rubber bullets during a May protest against police brutality.
Celebrity Insider - 2 hours 25 min ago
President Donald Trump plans to be even more aggressive in the near future when it comes to race relations in this country. With an economy in shambles, unrest over racism and police brutality, and a huge spike in coronavirus cases, […]...
The Nation - 3 hours 12 min ago
Dave Lindorff Trump and Barr are turning to the "Occupy model" to crush the current uprising against police brutality. The post Tear Gas and Clubs in Lafayette Square Were Just the Beginning appeared first on The Nation .
Newser - 8 hours 42 min ago
City leaders voted Wednesday to slash the Los Angeles Police Department budget by $150 million, reducing the number of officers to a level not seen for more than a decade amid nationwide demands to shift money away from law enforcement agencies during America's reckoning over police brutality and racial injustice....
Celebrity Insider - 9 hours 8 min ago
As you might have heard, the New York City Mayor, Bill de Blasio is planning on painting a Black Lives Matter mural on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue in honor of those who lost their lives because of police brutality. However, instead […]...
ABC News - 9 hours 26 min ago
Newly released body camera footage shows Florida police officers laughing and celebrating after shooting protesters with rubber bullets during a May protest against police brutality...
Fox News - 12 hours 36 min ago
Background checks for gun sales reached 3.9 million in June, the most since the system was created more than two decades ago, according to the FBI, amid reoccurring crisis like the coronavirus pandemic, economic downfall and protests over police brutality and racial injustice.
Tech Times - 13 hours 53 sec ago
Siri's feature gives you a covert way to keep yourself safe against police brutality.
CBS News - 13 hours 21 min ago
Following a shooting, the mayor of Seattle ordered police to clear a section of town occupied by groups protesting police brutality. More than 30 people were arrested. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Refinery29 - 14 hours 1 min ago
TOPSHOT Police officers kneel during a rally in Coral Gables, Florida on May 30, 2020 in response to the recent death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while being arrested and pinned to the ground by a Minneapolis police officer. Clashes broke out and major cities imposed curfews as America began another night of unrest Saturday with angry demonstrators ignoring warnings from President Donald Trump that his government would stop violent protests over police brutality "cold."...
Roll Call - 18 hours 33 min ago
As Black Lives Matter protests march on around the U.S., some investment advisers and asset managers are pushing for more disclosure on so-called judgment allocation bonds issued by cities and states to fund payouts for settlements of lawsuits against police. Protests against police brutality sparked by George Floyd's killing in Minneapolis in May have drawn attention to the role of […] The post Investors want details on bonds that pay for police misconduct appeared...
Fox News - 20 hours 11 min ago
The NBA and the Players Union have been mulling over different plans to continue its stance on social injustice and racial inequality once the season begins later this month but according to reports, plans to place the names of police-brutality victims on the back of jerseys will likely not happen.
CBS Sports - 20 hours 33 min ago
Out of respect for the victims' families, the NBPA is reportedly leaning toward not placing their names on player uniforms...
Boston Herald - 23 hours 15 min ago
DETROIT (AP) — As a national reckoning over racism and policing grips the nation, white Democrats are far more likely now than they were a few years ago to think police brutality is a serious issue — a dramatic shift in public opinion that some say could shape the November presidential election.
UPI - 23 hours 37 min ago
Demonstrations continue in Washington, D.C., New York City, and St. Louis against police brutality and other social justice causes in the wake of the death of George Floyd and other cases around the country.