Demonstrators spray-painted statues of Columbus and De León, a Spanish conquistador who landed in Florida, in Bayfront Park with the letters “George Floyd,” “BLM,” and a hammer and sickle, news outlets reported. Miami police said one man encouraged other protesters to attack a patrol car and he smashed the vehicle’s windshield with his skateboard, shattering glass on officers inside. … [Read more...] about Where have statues of Confederates, and other historical figures, been removed?
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Kentucky has a “stand your ground” law that gives residents the right to use deadly force against an intruder. Those laws generally haven’t protected people who unwittingly shoot at officers entering their homes, but Walker’s dropped charges suggests the circumstances of Taylor’s death could be an “ideologically compatible situation for the left and right,” Kraska said. … [Read more...] about Death of Breonna Taylor fuels call to end ‘no knock’ warrants
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Kulkarni's race captures another critical element of the battle for these white-collar districts. Many of them are in metropolitan areas at the epicenter of this year's twin national earthquakes: the coronavirus outbreak and the eruption of protests that followed the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Floyd's funeral was held just across the border in Harris County, which has emerged as one of the centers of the outbreak, with a surging caseload (more than 36,000 as of Monday) that officials warn may soon overwhelm its hospital system. … [Read more...] about Trump could sink the House GOP in suburbia
“My whole approach up there during my entire tenure has really been the same,” Cutler told KDKA political editor Jon Delano on Monday. “I try to find those areas where there’s some commonality and some common ground. I always try to find a Democrat to work on major issues with.” … [Read more...] about New State House Speaker Bryan Cutler Says Western Pa. Has Republican Legislators Likely To Move Up In House