Hundreds of "Not Above the Law" demonstrations played out in all 50 states on the eve of President Trump's likely impeachment in the U.S. House.
Five people were treated after the attack with bear repellent at the Santa Monica Pier.
The president visited Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, both grieving after mass shootings this weekend, but he made much of the trip about himself.
"I think he is behind it. I also think it's politics."
"It's vital for American society that things like racism and sexism don't get normalized."
1. Hold your leaders accountable and don’t stop protesting -- even against legislation -- because no protest is too small.
The contradictions and polarisation vividly on display today are neither recent nor surface skin, but have deep roots in two opposite tendencies within western intellectual and political history. These have long competed over the hearts and minds of men and women in Europe and across the Atlantic.