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Trump puts blame for America's worsening race divide on Obama

We must stand in solidarity with law enforcement which we must remember is the force between civilization and total chaos. He also addressed the police shootings of black men in Minnesota and Louisiana. "But we are not in the business of providing photo ops for our candidates". New York City Police Department Commissioner Bill Bratton said that Trump's campaign asked if the candidate could visit with police officers during a roll call, but he turned down the request.

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Family of slain La. man denounces Dallas police deaths

Sterling purchased the gun on Monday after hearing that another man selling CDs on the local streets was robbed, according to the Daily News account. Mike Edmonson said Friday's briefing was to review what assets are available to law enforcement and how quickly they can be mobilized in an emergency.

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Governor calls for calm after Dallas shootings

On Friday the Falcon Heights City Council, which contracts with the St. Anthony police department, hired a public relations consultant in the wake of the shooting. There also may be a practical advantage to live-streaming: It can be used to broadcast a call for help. Police say the group made their way to a nearby commercial street where they broke the storefront window of one business as well as windows of an unattended police squad auto.

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Protest over Minnesota police shooting calm but constant

His upbeat disposition won him the job. Asked about how the shootings reflect on race relations across the nation, McMillon said she didn't want Sterling's shooting to "be a race thing". "The officer was jittery from the second he pulled us over until he pulled the trigger". He said they "triangulated" in the downtown area where the protesters were marching and had "some knowledge of the route" they would take.

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Dallas shooting suspect Micah Johnson 'acted alone'

Hughes told CBS 11 on Friday that he was "defamed" by police and that the photo has garnered him "thousands" of death threats on Facebook . News 8 has learned that he served in the U.S. "Other options would have exposed our officers to great danger", Brown said. Before he died, the suspect said he is not affiliated with any group and was angry at "white people", especially white law enforcement for taking the lives of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.

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FBI director insists Clinton did not break the law over e-mail server

She then asks Comey to explain how he concluded Clinton did not run afoul of that law. Outraged House Republicans demanded hearings on the Federal Bureau of Investigation decision, and on Thursday morning Comey appeared on Capitol Hill before the House oversight committee.