The move to deploy the hundreds of armed members follows the toppling of the region’s only statue of Confederate leader Albert Pike and President Andrew Jackson, which faces the White House.
Social media was not here for her little speech at all, although Donald Trump thanked her for her “beautiful” comments.
The company actually stopped selling the flag back in 2015 and feels this is the right thing to do.
“We’re working on that right now, sitting down with various groups, listening to what they think is important ― what is contained in that executive order.”
Volunteers later erased all the graffiti.
Body Cam Footage Of Georgia Police Officer To Be Released By Department In Appearing To Hold 6 Teens At Gunpoint
Thankfully, the incident didn’t have fatal results but that was certainly the fear of the bystanders who pleaded with the officers to let the teens go.
The reform comes after over nearly three weeks of protests nationwide, including in New York, calling for an end to systemic racism and police brutality.
“Breonna’s Law,” which bans no-knock warrants and requires officers body cams to be on for 5 minutes before and after the search.
“Their statues pay homage to hate, not heritage.”
Aside from having streets renamed, the words “Black Lives Matter,” will be painted on the streets. Four out of the five locations will be determined while one location will be near City Hall.
The 50-A law had a purpose of preventing defense attorneys from introducing disciplinary incidents during cross-examinations of police, firefighters and correctional officers.
“I want people to understand that we are committed to shifting resources to ensure that the focus is on our young people,” de Blasio said.
The U.S. Marine Corps To Remove All Public Displays Of The Confederate Flag From Its Bases On New Order
According to the new order, it says that all Marine Corps commanders must find and remove all displays of it in “workplaces, common-access areas, and public areas” on base.
Nationwide Protests Against Police Brutality Addressed By Trump With U.S. Military Deployment Threats
Trump threatens to invoke the 213-year-old Insurrection Act to activate the military to operate in the U.S.
It looks like protesters are not going to stop soon as justice isn't served enough.
Taylor’s death was not caught on film unlike many of the other high-profile deaths of Black men and women at the hands of police that have generated similar protests.
As the crowd cheers with signs, the bus driver, gets up from the driver’s seat and stands up on the bus.
However, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio still stands firm on prohibiting any swimming as “there will not be lifeguards.”
The new bill, called the POWER Act — an acronym for Protect Our Women and Waive Emergency Requirements Act — would waive the requirement to match a percentage of the funds they receive from the federal government.
By July 4th, the goal is to successfully implement a “full or staged” reopening of all businesses, such as retail, restaurants and malls, and other areas of the local economy.
As of Monday afternoon, Texas had 48,640 total cases with 1,344 deaths.
While prayer is something religious Americans do often, in community and in private, there’s also something about this practice that appears to transcend traditional religion.
As President Donald Trump has been pushing states to reopen nonessential businesses and activities in recent weeks,— flouting public health experts’ recommendations to reopen only once their number of coronavirus cases has steadily declined.
$3 Trillion Stimulus Package Passed By Democratic-Heavy House With More $1200 Payments—For Final Approval By The Senate
The Senate has a majority of Republicans and before the second round stimulus package can be approved, they have to give it the green light.
More than 3,400 Americans called hotlines in March 2020, and in April, more than 3,600.
The administration “felt it was too specific and might not be helpful as nationwide guidance.”
The plan allows for retail stores to serve customers in-store at limited capacities and for restaurants to re-establish dine-in services while remaining socially distanced
Public health officials say it is too soon to determine whether reopening in several states will mean a rise in cases
Gov. Brian Kemp announced he will formally extend the Public Health State of Emergency through June 12, 2020.
Georgia is allowing teens to bypass the road test and being able to still get a driver’s license.