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Police arrested at least eight protesters, who allegedly threw rocks and bottles.
Kristin Urquiza wrote that her father, who was Mexican American, died because of “the carelessness of the politicians who continue to jeopardize the health of brown bodies” amid a pandemic.
About 30 percent of people of color under 65 died, compared to 13 percent of their white counterparts, according to CDC's most in-depth analysis to date of covid-19 deaths in the U.S.
Legal experts say the landmark ruling could impact tribal disputes for decades to come.
Lawyer representing more than 150 officers says many can’t continue working and plan to leave the force at a time of increased violence in the city.
Numbers cited by World Relief and Open Doors USA show that fewer Christians from the 50 countries where Christians face the most persecution were admitted to the United States in President Trump’s first three years in office combined than in 2016 alone.
The relatives argued that attending the execution of Daniel Lewis Lee could put their health at risk.
The country's racial reckoning now includes the U.S. Military Academy, among the most isolated and traditions-bound institutions in the nation.
With the latest comments, the president continued to build suspense over whether he will intervene on behalf of his longtime confidant.
As of Friday at 5 p.m., it had made landfall just north-northeast of Atlantic City, the National Hurricane Center wrote. Heavy rain from the storm was drenching New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, and southeastern New York after causing flooding along the Delmarva Coast earlier in the day.
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