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NYC protesters mourned another Black man who died in law enforcement custody this week. Elsewhere, officials announced changes to deadly police practices.
Biden pulled together the 1,991 delegates needed to become the nominee after seven states and the District of Columbia held presidential primaries Tuesday.
The activist group was formed in Los Angeles, home to one of the most violent police forces. It has been doing the hard work to bring about meaningful change.
Trump shushed Yamiche Alcindor of PBS, then angrily told her: "You are something."
The Facebook CEO's refusal to remove one of President Trump's most egregious posts led to outrage from civil rights leaders and a virtual employee walkout.
Twitter imposed a 12-hour lock on @suspendthepres for a tweet "glorifying violence," while Trump's own identical tweet remains online with a disclaimer.
Protests against police brutality continue around the country, coronavirus lingers and Pride month begins in this week's best images.
Six teenagers pulled off the region’s largest protest against racism and police brutality in recent memory, local news reported.
One person mocked the president by saying, "The racism will continue until morale improves."
Corky Messner of New Hampshire also warned against political correctness, which he said makes young conservatives "afraid to express their opinions."