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Live updates from weekend protests: 'Unlawful assembly' in Richmond; Man shot to death in Austin; 11 protesters arrested in Louisville

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A man was shot to death in Austin. Richmond police declared an "unlawful assembly" and Portland police declared "a riot." Latest protest news.
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Man admits injuring officer by pushing her down stairs [Video]

Man admits injuring officer by pushing her down stairs

A man has admitted seriously injuring a police officer by pushing her down stairs during a protest.Jamie Dewing, 31, was caught on camera shoving the officer, who now needs physiotherapy on her neck and back, during a June demonstration in Parliament Square.CCTV footage also shows Dewing throwing items including a metal barrier at officers and spitting at them on the same day.

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A Nasty Pandemic Side Effect: Murder [Video]

A Nasty Pandemic Side Effect: Murder

A new Wall Street Journal analysis reveals 36 of the United States' 50 largest cities have seen murder rates increase by double-digit percentages this year. A new Wall Street Journal analysis shows Austin leads the way. The Texas city and Chicago, Illinois, are the only two to record spikes of greater than 50%. One significant contributing factor cited is that police departments have been 'destabilized' by the twin crises of the pandemic and the George Floyd protests.

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Army sergeant says he's the one who shot a protester dead in Austin

Daniel Perry's lawyers assert that he did it in self-defense after the demonstrator aimed a rifle at him in his car. But some accounts say the driver was the..
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White BLM Protester Murdered In Front Of His Black Quadruple-Amputee Fiancee [Video]

White BLM Protester Murdered In Front Of His Black Quadruple-Amputee Fiancee

An armed Texas protester was shot dead at a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Austin Saturday night. According to Newser, a car drove into the crowd of demonstrators, then the driver apparently opened fire on him. Garrett Foster, 28, was approaching the stopped vehicle with other activists when he was killed. Foster is white. He was pushing his fiancee—Whitney Mitchell, a quadruple amputee who is black—in a wheelchair when the car bore down on the crowd.

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New health crisis looms as patients delay care

The resurgence of COVID-19 in the U.S. is creating another health crisis as hospitals fill and patients are fearful or unable to get non-emergency care. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

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As COVID-19 Case Numbers Spiral, Hospitals At Risk Of Being Overwhelmed [Video]

As COVID-19 Case Numbers Spiral, Hospitals At Risk Of Being Overwhelmed

Not only are new cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 climbing dramatically, so are the numbers of its victims being hospitalized. According to Business Insider, COVID-19 hospitalizations started going up toward the end of June, after two straight months of decline. The mayors of Houston and Austin, Texas, said over the weekend that hospitals will be overwhelmed within two weeks if the virus isn't gotten under control.

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Louisville, Kentucky Louisville, Kentucky City in Kentucky

Louisville dismisses three men's soccer players after party leads to COVID-19 outbreak

After a party led to 29 COVID-19 cases and a temporary shutdown of four programs, three men's soccer players were dismissed and three more suspended.

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70 days of protest: Breonna Taylor's death has created a much larger movement in Louisville

An array of groups are protesting gentrification, deep-rooted oppression and police violence in Louisville in the wake of Breonna Taylor's death.

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Breonna Taylor autopsy, police radio files shouldn't be released yet, Kentucky AG says

The Kentucky Attorney General's office released open records rulings finding that Louisville public agencies were justified in denying requests.

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Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon The most populous city in Oregon, US

Homeland Security Chief Defends Deployments in Portland

Chad F. Wolf, the agency’s acting secretary, told a Senate committee that tactical agents would remain in Oregon until the local police proved they could..
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Health experts warn U.S. cities of 'trouble ahead' [Video]

Health experts warn U.S. cities of 'trouble ahead'

White House health experts are warning of a slow rise in the percentage of people testing positive for coronavirus in U.S. cities such as Boston, Chicago, Detroit and Washington and urged local leaders to remain vigilant to avoid a surge. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

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DHS Wolf defends the federal agents in Portland

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf is on Capitol Hill defending the presence of federal agents in Portland, Oregon. (Aug. 6)
 

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U.S. federal troops 'abandoned' by Portland officials: DHS [Video]

U.S. federal troops 'abandoned' by Portland officials: DHS

Acting U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf on Thursday at a Senate Homeland Security hearing said U.S. federal troops in Portland were 'abandoned due to the dangerous policies by local officials.'

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