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Protest updates: Minnesota jail officers allege discrimination; Junipero Serra statues toppled in California; 1 dead in Seattle shooting

USATODAY.com Monday, 22 June 2020
No arrests have been made in Seattle's shooting that left one dead. Minneapolis officers file racial discrimination complaint. Latest protest news.
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Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said U.S. agents had left after being sent to protect federal buildings amid unrest over the killing of George Floyd.

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Minnesota Minnesota State in the northern central United States

Leaked police bodycam video of George Floyd's fatal arrest published for the first time

A Minnesota court is investigating how a British newspaper obtained police body-camera footage showing the arrest and death of George Floyd.
 

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Minnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman, likely first-round NFL pick, opts out of the 2020 season

Minnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman, a projected first-round pick in the 2021 NFL draft, has opted out of playing in 2020 college football season.

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Minnesota court investigates the leak of police video showing the fatal arrest of George Floyd

In a newly leaked body camera video, George Floyd is heard pleading with officers to not shoot him or put him in the back of the squad car because he is..
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Crowds attend Minn. rodeo, despite spectator limit

Thousands showed up for what is known as Minnesota's largest outdoor rodeo, packing the stands for the three-day event despite orders to limit crowds because of..
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California California State in the western United States

CA Prosecutors Ask NFL to Pull PSA About Stephon Clark Shooting

Roger Goodell's latest effort to fight for social justice is being challenged by California prosecutors ... who are demanding the NFL stop running a video about..
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Meet Members of a Historic University of California Class

Wednesday: Latinos were the largest group of Californians admitted to the university’s freshman class. Also: A deeper look at the life of Representative Karen..
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Guess Who This Posin' Princess Turned Into!

Before this beauty dressed in blue was stealing the screen in movies and television, she was just another pip-squeak posing for the camera in Los Angeles,..
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California authorities recover 2,000 to 3,000 roosters in raid of alleged illegal cockfighting ring

Cockfighting is a sport in which two roosters specifically bred to fight are placed in a small ring and encouraged to fight to the death.

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Minneapolis Minneapolis Largest city in Minnesota

Distrust of the Minneapolis Police, and Also the Effort to Defund Them

Residents on Minneapolis’s North Side, which has a majority Black population, have mixed opinions on the City Council’s effort to significantly reduce the..
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Leaked bodycam footage shows George Floyd arrest and death

The public is getting its first look at bodycam video from two of the Minneapolis police officers who were on the scene the night George Floyd died in custody...
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Artists paint the picture of Portland's protests [Video]

Artists paint the picture of Portland's protests

Artists have been using paint and other media to capture the weeks of sometimes violent protests in Portland, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. View on euronews

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Ilhan Omar Predicted To Lose Primary [Video]

Ilhan Omar Predicted To Lose Primary

Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar represents Minneapolis, Minnesota in congress. She is facing a stiff primary challenge from lawyer Antone Melton-Meaux. Melton-Meaux raised an absurd $3.2 million in the second quarter of this year to Omar’s $471,000. Omar represents a sizable Jewish community in her district. She has been the face of multiple national controversies for her perceived use of coded anti-Semitic language.

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Police forces experiment with gun-mounted cameras [Video]

Police forces experiment with gun-mounted cameras

Amid demands for more police transparency after the killing of George Floyd, U.S. police departments are experimenting with a new way of capturing potentially deadly moments: putting small cameras on their guns. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

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