A prominent Black Lives Matter activist arrested in Baton Rouge while protesting the killing of Alton Sterling during a struggle with white police officers says he is returning to Baltimore. The weekend protests led to almost 200 arrests and a show of force from law enforcement. The American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana has criticized police as using "violent, militarized tactics on groups of people who have gathered peacefully".
The survey shows that 6 in 10 young people think immigrants living in the United States illegally should be allowed to stay - but that feeling is not universal. Standing beside him in the gymnasium at Portsmouth High School, Clinton applauded as Sanders spoke, then shared their first hug when he finished; a microphone caught her saying, "you were great, so great" and "thank you so much".
British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during a press conference after talks with his Polish counterpart Beata Szydlo in Warsaw, Poland, Thursday, Dec. She reiterated her commitment to Brexit on Monday. Mrs May, who backed a vote to remain in the European Union, is expected to announce her ministerial team shortly after taking charge.
Jeronimo Yanez and Joseph Kauser were identified as the two St. Anthony police officers involved in the shooting; Yanez is the officer who shot Castile. Yanez's position with the 23-member department was his first in law enforcement, after jobs in security and contract immigration compliance work, Kelly said.
I welcome the contest ahead. Unite general secretary Len McCluskey said it would be "alien to the concept of natural justice" if Mr Corbyn was blocked from defending his position. Opponents of Mr Corbyn argued he needed the support of 51 MPs or MEPs to stand. Pontypridd MP Owen Smith, the former shadow work and pensions secretary, is also due to announce his intention to stand for the Labour leadership later today.
Mr Corbyn said he was "disappointed" that Ms Eagle was launching a challenge for his post and urged her to "think for a moment" about her plans. Her bid looks set to trigger civil war within the party and comes after 172 Labour MPs indicated that they had no confidence in Corbyn in a vote which saw him win the support of just 40 Westminster colleagues.