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New York Councilman Urges Trump to Revoke Benefits of People Arrested for Looting

New York Councilman Urges Trump to Revoke Benefits of People Arrested for Looting

New York councilman Joe Borelli has called on President Donald Trump to “immediately revoke” the $600 federal unemployment benefits for those who are arrested for looting amid mass protests throughout the city. Borelli said that several nights of looting and violence across the city, prompted by the death of African American man George Floyd last…

George Floyd’s Death Renews Calls to Revisit ‘Qualified Immunity’ for Police Misconduct

George Floyd’s Death Renews Calls to Revisit ‘Qualified Immunity’ for Police Misconduct

Nationwide protests against police violence are still persisting more than a week after George Floyd died while taking a knee to the neck by a Minneapolis police officer. His death has ignited more than just protests and riots—the ongoing debate on a Supreme Court-made legal doctrine that insulates police officers from civil liability has reached…

China’s Official Narrative on Wuhan Wet Market Contradicted by Leaked Document

China’s Official Narrative on Wuhan Wet Market Contradicted by Leaked Document

The suggestion by the Chinese regime that the CCP virus originated from the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market in Wuhan, which sold seafood, wild animals, and fresh produce, is contradicted by an internal investigative report dated Jan. 22 that was reviewed recently by The Epoch Times. While some of the city’s first cases were connected to…

Missing Mexican Lawmaker’s Body Found Following Abduction

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador speaks during the laying of the first stone of the “Tren Maya” tourist train, in El Ideal, Quintana Roo State, Mexico, on June 1, 2020. (Elizabeth Ruiz/AFP/Getty Images) MEXICO CITY—The body of a missing Mexican congresswoman from the western state of Colima has been found in a hidden grave…

Armed Man Dressed in Military Fatigues Arrested During Riots

Armed Man Dressed in Military Fatigues Arrested During Riots

A man dressed similar to National Guard forces was arrested in California after a member alerted police officers to the man’s appearance. Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers stationed at 1st and Main Street were told early Tuesday by a California National Guard member that a man dressed in military fatigues arrived downtown in a…

Pentagon Moves Troops Into Washington Region Amid Riots

Pentagon Moves Troops Into Washington Region Amid Riots

The Department of Defense moved about 1,600 troops near Washington as rioting continued in multiple U.S. cities. The movement was described as “a prudent planning measure in response to ongoing support to civil authorities operations” by Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Rath Hoffman. Movement took place by military aircraft. Infantry troops assigned to a force based at…

No Tear Gas Used Ahead of Trump’s Church Visit: Police

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said Trump did not decide on how to secure his movement to the church Authorities did not use tear gas in efforts to hold back protesters, some of whom were violent, at Lafayette Park ahead of President Donald Trump’s visit to St. John’s Church on Monday, according to the United…

Joe Biden Wins 7 States in Democratic Presidential Primaries

Joe Biden Wins 7 States in Democratic Presidential Primaries

Former US Vice President and Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden speaks about COVID-19, known as the Coronavirus, during a press event in Wilmington, Delaware on March 12, 2020. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP) (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images) Joe Biden has scored a clean sweep of the seven states conducting Democratic presidential…

Minneapolis Department of Human Rights Files Civil Rights Charge Against Police

Minneapolis Department of Human Rights Files Civil Rights Charge Against Police

The Minnesota Department of Human Rights announced it filed a civil rights charge against the Minneapolis police in the wake of George Floyd’s death, according to the governor. The investigation will be carried out to deal with “systemic racism that is generations deep,” Gov. Tim Walz told reporters. That probe will go back 10 years…

Arrest Warrants Issued for 6 Officers in Atlanta Excessive Force Case

Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said June 2 that six Atlanta police officers will be charged for using excessive force during the arrest of two college students during protests. The officers were seen in Atlanta breaking the windows of a vehicle before tasing a man and pulling out a woman. Arrest warrants were issued…