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Portland uprising declared when demonstrators set fire to the courthouse

The police in Portland declared an uprising on Thursday evening for the second time in three days after chaotic scenes in which “hostile and violent” protesters broke into the federal court and later set it on fire. An attempt was made to set fire to two statues in different parts of the city, as outbreaks of violence led law enforcement …

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The Seattle policeman kneels on the neck of the CHOP protester after the officers have dived on protesters during the evacuation zone

Seattle police officers were filmed when they knelt two CHOP protesters on the neck when they were arrested twice on Thursday for crouching at a downtown intersection. Seattle police officers are gradually reclaiming the streets of the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP) as a video shows police officers attacking a group of demonstrators at a downtown intersection where 25 people …

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Uprising in Portland says police officers order demonstrators to go or be arrested

Portland police rioted early Friday during the riots near the Federal Supreme Court in the city, calling on protesters to leave the area or to hand over ammunition to control the crowd. SEATTLE’S CHOP GONE, POLITICAL FALLOUT CAN GIVE The police described a chaotic scene. They said several demonstrators had “lit fires, thrown stones at officers, aimed lasers at officers …

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Cobb delays the start of the 2020-21 school year by two weeks

Cobb County School District students will return to class two weeks later than planned. The members of the Cobb school council postponed the start date for 2020-21 to August 17 due to the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday. The original start date was August 3. Superintendent Chris Ragsdale said the delay will give the district enough time to share information with …

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Corona virus rises as California kicks off the weekend of July 4th

California enters the three-day weekend of July 4th in exactly the position it has been fighting for for more than three months. The number of coronavirus cases is increasing rapidly, and the state is setting two records for new daily cases this week. Coronavirus patient admissions have increased 56% in the past two weeks. And the state recorded its second …

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The N.J. Public Health Emergency Corona virus was extended by 30 days. The state of emergency remains in force.

Governor Phil Murphy announced on Thursday that he would add another 30 days to the public health emergency he said about the coronavirus pandemic in New Jersey, despite the fact that the outbreak of the state has slowed considerably and plans to gradually reopen it progress. Murphy has already lifted his order to stay at home and relaxed many other …

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Two Kansas City police officers shot dead in various incidents

According to Richard Smith, chief of police from Kansas City, the officials had responded to calls for help. In one case, the police were called to an incident near a McDonald’s. A witness told CNN subsidiary KMBC that a man had left the fast food restaurant with a gun. “He was acting like he was crazy. No shirt. His pants …

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Florida hits new Covid 19 record before Pence visit

A statue of a chef in the Florio’s of Little Italy restaurant wears a protective face mask on the Hollywood Beach Boardwalk in Florida. | (AP Photo / Lynne Sladky) TALLAHASSEE – Florida set a new record for coronavirus cases and reported more than 10,100 new infections when Vice President Mike Pence met with Governor Ron DeSantis on Thursday to …

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The Trump administration has no regrets about reopening Push, Mnuchin says US news

The U.S. Treasury Secretary said the Trump administration did not regret pushing states to reopen their economies as the country experienced another day with more than 50,000 new daily cases, according to Johns Hopkins numbers on Thursday. When asked whether he regretted that the White House had pressured states to reopen as soon as possible despite repeated warnings from the …

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