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Los Angeles police use UCLA’s Jackie Robinson stadium as a “field prison”

Law enforcement officers in Los Angeles used UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium, named for the first African American Major League Baseball player, to temporarily host people who were arrested during protests and demonstrations on Tuesday evening. “We are concerned about reports of the Jackie Robinson stadium being used as a” field prison “,” said the university. chirping. “This was done without …

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Ella Jones was elected first black mayor in the history of Ferguson

The returns of the St. Louis County Board of Elections show that Ella Jones got 54% of the votes in the race for the mayor of Ferguson against Heather Robinett with 46%. Nearly six years after a white policeman shot and killed an unarmed teenager Michael Brown, the elected mayor defeated his opponent as protests continued in the United States …

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US protesters defied the curfew but there were less confrontations and less chaos

The eighth night of protests saw less violence, fewer police clashes and more civil disobedience. Unprecedented curfews are taking place in Washington DC, Atlanta, New York, Cleveland and several cities in California to deter meetings after a weekend of clashes and sometimes violent looting. But that didn’t stop thousands of people from coming in to seek justice after the death …

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Bay Area protesters challenge curfew orders after peaceful marches

CLICK HERE if you experience problems viewing photos on a mobile device. Small-group protesters in Oakland, San Jose and in small Clayton, in Contra Costa county, challenged the orders of the night curfew as darkness fell in the Bay Area on Tuesday, after a day that saw big and peaceful marches in those cities , as well as in Fremont, …

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Teresa Leger Fernandez defeats Valerie Plame in the New Mexico House Primary

Teresa Leger Fernandez, a progressive candidate who developed her deep roots in New Mexico, defeated the former C.I.A. Officer Valerie Plame started Wednesday in the primary democratic elections for the state’s third congressional district. Ms. Plame, who became famous after her identity was leaked during the administration of George W. Bush, led a well-funded campaign in what is widely considered …

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Live: Idaho State Primary Election Results 2020

Source: election results and tenders by the Associated Press By Sarah Almukhtar, Michael Andre, Aliza Aufrichtig, Matthew Bloch, Larry Buchanan, Andrew Chavez, Nate Cohn, Annie Daniel, Andrew Fischer, Will Houp, Jonathan Huang, Josh Katz, Aaron Krolik, K.K. Rebecca Lai, Jasmine C. Lee, Rebecca Lieberman, Denise Lu, Jaymin Patel, Charlie Smart, Ben Smithgall, Rumsey Taylor, Isaac White and Josh Williams Source …

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Coronavirus: live updates: Trump leaves Democrat-led North Carolina for a convention, looks for alternatives

An increasing number of countries are in or could face a staggering debt crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic, the head of the United Nations’ top economic body warned Tuesday. Mona Juul, Norwegian UN ambassador and president of the 54 United Nations Economic and Social Council, has called for stronger measures to combat the devastating economic consequences of the global …

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Iowa primary election results: 4th congressional district – The New York Times

Iowa Primary Election Results: New York Times 4th Congress District Election officials contradict Barr’s claim that counterfeit mail cards produced by a foreign country are a “real” concern The Washington Post Jennifer Lopez, Hailey and Justin Bieber lead the stars by reminding people to vote in eight U.S. states Daily Mail There’s no time to waste with the Boston Globe …

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