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  • Protests in LA turn confrontational

  • CNN's Paul Vercammen reports from Los Angeles where tension between protesters and police escalated into a night of violence and mass arrests. The Governor of California has declared a state of emergency in Los Angeles county.
  • Santa Cruz police chief kneels with peaceful protesters

  • Hundreds gathered in Santa Cruz, California on Saturday to take a knee in memory of George Floyd — including Police Chief Andy Mills. Mills posted his own photos from the protest, with the comment, “Small portion of a very peaceful protest. Black Lives Do Matter.” The chief had previously issued a message to local residents...
  • Why so many Latino voters are flocking to Trump’s GOP

  • The idea that minorities vote Democrat is an ingrained assumption of American politics. But Mike Garcia — the son of a Mexican immigrant — is proof that Hispanic Republicans are alive and well in Donald Trump’s GOP. Earlier this month, Garcia flipped a Democratic congressional district in California — the seat formerly held by scandal-scarred...
  • Supreme Court rules against church fighting social distancing restrictions

  • The Supreme Court has ruled that state officials can limit in-person church gatherings during the pandemic. The 5-4 decision saw Chief Justice John Roberts joining forces with the court’s liberal wing. The South Bay United Pentecostal Church of Chula Vista in California had argued that state-imposed limits to church attendance had been unfair given that...
  • Federal police officer shot dead, another wounded amid Oakland protests

  • Two federal officers in Oakland were shot Friday night, one of them fatally, as protests over the death of George Floyd roiled the city amid nationwide violence, according to reports. Nearly 10,000 people took to the streets of the California community, at one point stopping traffic, looting stores like Target and Walgreens, and setting fire...

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