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Biden’s comments on race could alienate young Black voters, lawmakers say.

When pressed by Errol Barnett of CBS News on whether he'd taken a cognitive test, Biden responded that the question was akin to asking the Black reporter if he would take a drug test to see if "you're taking cocaine or not? ... Are you a junkie?"

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Minnesota judge orders release of police body camera video in George Floyd case.

Floyd, a Black man who was handcuffed, died May 25 after Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, pressed his knee against Floyd's neck for nearly eight minutes as Floyd said he couldn't breathe.

Portland sees flashes of violence as protests continue.

Since George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis protests have occurred nightly for 70 days.

Portland protesters take to the streets, clash with police for 3rd consecutive night.

The demonstration with unrest came hours after the city's Democratic mayor pleaded for protesters to stay off the streets

Oprah Winfrey demands justice for Breonna Taylor with 26 billboards.

That’s one billboard for every year of the Black woman’s life.

Dallas, Vegas NHL players kneel during anthems as protests gain momentum.

Minnesota Wild defenceman Matt Dumba says he will continue to publicly protest racial injustice as the NHL returns to action in the hub cities of Edmonton and Toronto. On Monday, he was not alone.

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U.S. Navy investigating video of dogs attacking Colin Kaepernick stand-in

The Navy said in a statement posted on Twitter that officials became aware of the video on Sunday.

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Police declare unlawful assembly in Portland as protests continue.

The Portland Police Bureau declared an unlawful assembly Saturday night when people gathered outside a police precinct in Oregon’s largest city and threw bottles towards officers, police said.

Toronto Raptors kneel for anthems ahead of 1st real game after COVID-19 break.

Linking arms in a line behind the words "Black Lives Matter" on the court, the Raptors and Los Angeles Lakers kneeled for The Star-Spangled Banner and O Canada.

Portland protesters help keep peace after federal agents withdraw from city.

Some people again tried to light fires at the courthouse on Friday but other protesters put them out, as a few hundred people demonstrated until around 3 a.m. with no arrests reported.

After Michael Brown case sees no charges again, prosecutor says laws need changing.

St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell said legislators need to take a hard look at laws that offer protection against prosecution for police officers that regular citizens aren’t afforded.

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Federal troops pull out of Portland protests as state police take over.

Under the deal announced by Gov. Kate Brown, federal agents sent by U.S. President Donald Trump were to begin a phased withdrawal Thursday.

Police officer who killed Michael Brown in Ferguson will not be charged: prosecutor.

It marked the third time prosecutors investigated and opted not to charge Darren Wilson, the white officer who fatally shot Brown, a Black 18-year-old, on Aug. 9, 2014.

U.S. attorney general to argue George Floyd protests ‘hijacked’ by rioters at House hearing

Attorney General William Barr is defending the aggressive federal law enforcement response to civil unrest in America.

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No attacks led to violent clearing of protesters for Trump’s bible photo op: officer.

The account of National Guard Maj. Adam DeMarco challenges the Trump administration's explanation that vicious attacks by protesters led federal forces to turn on what appeared to be a largely peaceful crowd.

Organizer of Sydney anti-racism protest, 5 others arrested over coronavirus concerns.

Outdoor gatherings are limited to 20 people in New South Wales, Australia, due to the pandemic.

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Federal agents will remain in Portland until attacks on U.

The city has had nightly protests for two months since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May.

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U.S. mayors demand Congress stop deploying federal agents to quell protests

Federal agents dispatched to Portland at the direction of President Donald Trump have drawn national attention for violent tactics against Black Lives Matter protesters.

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Portland police find rifle magazines, Molotov cocktails as protests intensify.

Early Monday, some protesters climbed over the fence surrounding the courthouse, while others shot fireworks, banged on the fence and projected lights on the building.

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Texas protester gunned down by person who drove through crowd, opened fire: witness.

The shooting happened just before 10 p.m. Saturday as demonstrators were marching through downtown Austin, police spokeswoman Katrina Ratliff told reporters early Sunday.

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Dump truck lit on fire, windows shattered at Virginia protest over clashes in Portland.

Virginia State Police and Richmond police said they worked to clear the crowd of a several hundred demonstrators late Saturday that had ripped down police tape and moved forward with lasers and firecrackers.

Demonstrators, federal agents clash across U.S. as protests over racial injustice continue

A protester in Austin, Texas, who was apparently armed with a rifle was shot and killed after witnesses say he approached a car that had driven through a march against police violence.

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Courthouse set on fire, police station damaged during protest in California.

Demonstrators broke windows, spray painted graffiti, shot fireworks and pointed lasers at officers, the Oakland department said on Twitter.

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Demonstrators in Portland breach fence around courthouse as protests continue.

Authorities declared a riot early Sunday in Portland, Oregon, where protesters breached a fence surrounding the city’s federal courthouse building where U.S. agents have been stationed.

Police declare protests in Seattle riot, arrest demonstrators.

Authorities said rocks, bottles, fireworks and mortars were thrown at officers as they attempted to clear the area using flash bangs and pepper spray over the course of several hours stretching into Saturday night.

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