Media reports cast doubt on claims that most of those arrested were from out of state, and St. Paul’s mayor walked back his assertion.
George Floyd’s killing and the ensuing protests, explained.
The threats have been compared to the tactics used against civil rights protesters in the 1960s.
The Secret Service and Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser said the city’s police were there.
He threatened protesters, saying that "mob violence" would be stopped "cold."
Protests against police violence enter their fifth night in the wake George Floyd'd death.
At least five people have been killed in violence connected to the protests that started after Mr. Floyd died in police custody.
Since Floyd’s death Monday, protests have popped up in dozens of cities across the country to call for an end to police officers killing people of color and an end to the nation’s racial inequities.
One answer: on the streets of Atlanta, where a police chief meets protesters, vows reform and tells an angry crowd, ‘I’m with you.’
Protests following the death of George Floyd, a black man who pleaded that he couldn't breathe while he was held down with a knee by a Minneapolis police officer, have spread nationwide. Follow here for the latest updates.
CNN's Paul Vercammen describes the scene as protesters and police clash in Los Angeles.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) called for the arrest of the three other officers who were involved in the arrest and death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis.
States around the country ratcheted up their responses to demonstrations protesting the death of George Floyd on Saturday, using force as some gatherings escalated into violence.
Rapper Killer Mike told CNN to stop "feeding fear and anger every day" at a press conference featuring the Atlanta Mayor on Friday night. The artist told Atlanta demonstrators to "not burn your own house down for anger with an enemy." "We don't want to see Targets burning," he said. "We want to see the system that sets up for systemic racism burned to the ground." Rapper Killer Mike made an emotionally plead with Atlanta demonstrators to "not burn your own house down for anger with an enemy": "We don't want to see targets burning. We want to see the system that sets up for systemic racism burned to the ground" https://t.co/N5oZfxvFs3 pic.twitter.com/P4JXQUjYTm-- CBS News (@CBSNews) May 30, 2020 Rapper Killer Mike made an emotionally plead with Atlanta demonstrators to "not burn your own house down for anger with an enemy": "We don't want to see targets burning. We want to see the system that sets up for systemic racism burned to the ground" https://t.co/N5oZfxvFs3 pic.twitter.com/P4JXQUjYTm-- CBS News (@CBSNews) May 30, 2020
Jail records indicate that a significant majority of protesters who have been arrested in Minneapolis are from the state of Minnesota, which contradicts earlier claims from state leaders.
President Trump promised to use the power of the military to intervene against rioting if states fail to take a more aggressive action to control them.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter on Saturday walked back a prior claim that all those arrested in city riots a day earlier were from out of state, reportedly saying he was given inaccurate police data.
Facebook and Twitter became mainstays in American culture more than a decade ago, but now they are fending off calls to ban Trump's content.
Protests erupted in Minneapolis, Atlanta, Detroit, and around the country.
Protesters across the country were met with an increasingly heavy-handed police response, and at least 25 cities imposed curfews.
As standoffs intensified across the country on Saturday, officials in Minneapolis vowed to take a harder line against unrest in the streets.
In coming hours and days you'll likely hear the claims: "outside forces," perhaps even Russians, are mobilizing online to inflame tensions and stoke violence as protests sweep America following the death of George Floyd, the unarmed black man who died Monday at the hands of Minneapolis police officers .
The Pentagon on Saturday announced that it was electing to put select military personnel on a four-hour recall status in case officials in Minnesota need assistance in containing expected protests over the killing of George Floyd.
A private security guard grabbed a rifle from a man at a protest on a Seattle street in a show of heroism that potentially averted disaster and saved lives.
National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Tom Emmer, R-Minn., who represents the Twin Cities' northwestern suburbs, ripped local and state leaders Saturday for their handling of the Minneapolis riots following the death of George Floyd.
D.C. National Guard troops were deployed in the nation’s capital Saturday evening as violent liberal protests continued for another day around the White House. Photos and video posted online show a convoy of several troop carriers driving from the East Capitol Street, SE, Armory located near RFK Stadium across town to the National Mall. Guard…
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