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The Supreme Court will decide the legality of Trump's fiercely contested plan to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census

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BREAKING: law enforcement officials have seized thousands of cloth masks that were mailed to four different cities to protect Black Lives Matter protesters from COVID-19:

UPDATE: The mayor of Buffalo says the 75-year-old man shoved by cops is in serious condition. Two officers have been suspended without pay.

"There is no earthly reason why the world's deadliest combat troops should be deployed to American streets,” @SteveSchmidtSES  says of President Trump's use of the military force in protests. “These are the tactics of Putin and Erdogan.”

“[I]t appears they want to ensure that people who protest are susceptible to the same deadly pandemic that they have failed miserably at stopping.” @fulloffaith22 —

Two Buffalo cops suspended after shoving 75-year-old protester to the ground, where he lay bleeding, motionless

“Had the NFL continued to support [Colin] Kaepernick all along, the league would be remembered in this moment as a true beacon of progress, rather than a bunch of shameless hypocrites,” @jemelehill  writes.

Police searching for man in viral video who attacked teens, took George Floyd flyers

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WATCH: In this video, a student activist from Cebu questions authorities “kinsa man imong gina-protektahan?” (Who are you protecting?) He also asks them why they are running after activists inside the campus.

Demonstrators staged a die-in on the "Rocky Steps" leading up to the entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

This was the scene in the Bronx shortly after the 8 p.m. curfew on Thursday, as New York City police pinned in peaceful protesters and charged them with batons, arresting dozens.

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