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How all 50 states are responding to the George Floyd protests, from imposing curfews to calling in the National Guard

Cities and states are setting curfews, declaring states of emergency, and calling in the National Guard as protests over the death of George Floyd rage on across the US. At least 200 cities across at least 27 states (including New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami) have imposed curfews, affecting more than 60 million people, per... go to Article >

Exclusive: Black Lives Matter Sparks 'Largest Racial Justice Movement In UK History'

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Britain has seen the largest civil rights movement in its history as a result of the Black Lives Matter movement sparked by the killing of George Floyd, HuffPost UK can reveal. More than five million people have supported racial justice... read more

What Is Antifa? The Truth Behind the Tweets

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If you've watched Fox News recently, you have almost certainly heard the term "antifa" uttered with an air of sinister mystery and more than a hint of contempt, but what actually is it? Antifa, pronounced "AN-tee-fuh," is short for antifascists.... read more

Trump will visit Kenosha, Wisconsin to meet with law enforcement, Jacob Blake's family, and 'survey' damage, sources say

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President Donald Trump is slated to visit Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Tuesday in the wake of protests that erupted after police shot and wounded Jacob Blake, an unarmed Black man. White House spokesman Judd Deere told reporters that Trump is set to... read more

More US troops say they would vote for Biden than Trump as favorable views of the president fade among those serving in the military, new poll shows

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More US service members said they would vote for former Vice President Joe Biden than President Donald Trump in a recent survey of more than one thousand active-duty US troops conducted by Military Times. The survey also found that unfavorable... read more

'The world is moving on': Coca-Cola's Therese Noorlander on plastic, packaging, and youth activism

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Coca-Cola's sustainability director for Europe Therese Noordlander talks to BusinessGreen about the drinks giant's mission to drive down emissions and ramp up its recycling efforts As the world's largest drinks producer,... read more

From spit hoods to ketamine injections: The controversial police tactics highlighted by the Black Lives Matter movement

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Summary List PlacementThe video of a white police officer kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, a Black man from Minneapolis, shocked millions around the world.  It not only marked the death of another unarmed Black man at the hands of police... read more

Kevin Clarke: Family Call For Officers To Be Charged Over 'Inappropriate' Restraint

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The family of a man with paranoid schizophrenia who died in police custody are calling for the officers involved to be prosecuted after an inquest found his restraint contributed to his death. Kevin Clarke died at Lewisham Hospital in 2018... read more

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says Trump is 'on the side of law enforcement and the rule of law'

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White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on Sunday said amid tense protests, President Donald Trump is "on the side of law enforcement and the rule of law." Meadows made the comments on NBC's "Meet the Press" when moderator Chuck Todd asked him... read more

Independent businesses are now caught in the fraught politics of looting, and owners have to weigh protecting their businesses with protecting...

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Summary List Placement When President Donald Trump visited Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Tuesday, the owner of Rodes Camera Shop wasn't interested. Tom Gram's 109-year-old store had burned down during unrest following the police shooting of Jacob... read more

"Trial of the Chicago 7" Is a Cautionary Tale for the "Radical Left"

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At one point in Aaron Sorkin's new film, Trial of the Chicago 7, a crowd of protestors round a street corner and are confronted by row upon row of armed forces. As they face down the police and the military, and someone with a megaphone begins... read more