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"I’ve covered protests involving police," writes @mollyhf  from Minneapolis. "I’ve also covered the U.S. military in war zones, including Iraq and Afghanistan. I have never been fired at by police until tonight."

What we’re witnessing, yet again, is what happens when police receive all of the tools of war and virtually none of the accountability for the violence that they perpetrate.

@JoeBiden ’s newest message in the middle of this night: “We are a nation in pain, but we must not allow this pain to destroy us. We are a nation enraged, but we cannot allow our rage to consume us. We are a nation exhausted, but we will not allow our exhaustion to defeat us.”

“It appears the woman is walking out with a cheesecake after a Cheesecake Factory was looted. Unclear where she may have gotten that.” Where do they find these anchors?

A hell of a lot of journalists across the country were targeted by police tonight, despite reportedly identifying themselves as such. We need to have a talk about this.

BREAKING: Car hits police vehicle in Denver, "severely" injuring 3 police officers and 1 civilian before fleeing the scene, police say

If you think that the defunding and abolition of police, as an institution, shouldn’t be on the table for discussion: are you looking at America tonight? Are you watching how these police behave, without provocation, when faced with people merely demanding dignity and survival?

‘We have our military ready, willing and able if they ever want to call our military,’ said President Trump as he offered to send troops to quell Minnesota violence. Follow our live updates here

Target has temporarily closed 175 stores across the United States amid protests

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