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Buffalo police officers quit unit to protest colleagues' suspension - officials

06 Jun 2020

All 57 members of a police tactical unit in Buffalo have resigned from that team to protest the suspension of two colleagues who were filmed shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground, officials of the northern New York city said on Friday. | Video

Criminal probe launched of police seen shoving man in Buffalo: prosecutor's office

06 Jun 2020

Two Buffalo, New York, police officers who were shown on video shoving a 75-year-old protester to the ground are under investigation for potential criminal liability, a spokeswoman for the region's district attorney said on Friday. | Video

New York officials defend curfew, subway safety ahead of Monday reopening

05 Jun 2020

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday said New York is on track to reopen on Monday from the coronavirus lockdown that turned the most populous U.S. city into a virtual ghost town, restarting work at 32,000 shuttered construction sites.

White defendant used racial slur after shooting Georgia black man, investigator testifies

05 Jun 2020

One of the white men charged in the Georgia killing of Ahmaud Arbery used a racial slur after shooting the unarmed black man, an investigator testified in court on Thursday, an explosive allegation in one of the cases roiling race relations in the United States. | Video

New charges in Floyd killing may give prosecutors clearer path to conviction

04 Jun 2020

Prosecutors seeking to put a former Minneapolis police officer in prison for the death of George Floyd bolstered allegations on the use of force but stopped short of calling the killing intentional in a move legal experts said could ease the path to a conviction.

New charges in Floyd killing may give prosecutors clearer path to conviction

04 Jun 2020

Prosecutors seeking to put a former Minneapolis police officer in prison for the death of George Floyd bolstered allegations on the use of force but stopped short of calling the killing intentional in a move legal experts said could ease the path to a conviction.

UPDATE 2-NY governor allows outdoor dining in phase two, jabs at Trump Bible photo

04 Jun 2020

NEW YORK, June 3 New York will allow outdoor dining during phase two of reopening, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday, with restaurants in seven of 10 regions given the green light beginning on Thursday.

New York Governor Cuomo says police failed to do their job during protests

02 Jun 2020

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Tuesday that New York City police failed in their duty to stop looting and other criminal activity during protests the previous night, and that the city's mayor had refused help from the National Guard. | Video

New York City institutes curfew, Governor Cuomo calls for police reforms

02 Jun 2020

NEW YORK New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday called for a national ban on excessive force by police and announced a curfew for New York City following violent protests triggered by the death in Minneapolis of an unarmed black man in police custody. | Video

New York City institutes curfew, Governor Cuomo calls for police reforms

02 Jun 2020

NEW YORK New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday called for a national ban on excessive force by police and announced a curfew for New York City following violent protests triggered by the death in Minneapolis of an unarmed black man in police custody.

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