Police

He threatened protesters, saying that "mob violence" would be stopped "cold."
Instead of helping cities change police practices, the Justice Department is threatening to turn federal resources on protesters.
Protests against police violence enter their fifth night in the wake George Floyd'd death.
An angry group shouted obscenities at the conservative network and threw a microphone at reporter Leland Vittert.
Tyler Merritt acknowledges his new clip is hard to swallow.
The Pentagon took the rare step of ordering the Army to put several active-duty U.S. military police units on the ready to deploy to Minneapolis.
The Minnesota senator said it is "absolutely false" that she declined to prosecute the officer who kneeled on Floyd's neck for a separate 2006 killing.
“I don’t want to prejudice this from a criminal perspective, but I’m just calling it what I see it," John Harrington said.
Demonstrations grew increasingly tense as people expressed their anger over the death of a Black man who was pinned down by a white officer.
"I can't breathe," George Floyd repeated to the Minneapolis cop prior to his death.