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WRAPUP 4-Wisconsin city calm after nights of unrest, more U.S. National Guard troops on the way

28 Aug 2020

KENOSHA, Wis., Aug 27 Relative calm returned to Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Thursday after multiple nights of looting and two violent deaths, even as activists pushed for charges against the white policeman involved in the shooting of a Black man that sparked the unrest.

Wisconsin investigators say knife found at scene of police shooting of Jacob Blake

27 Aug 2020

KENOSHA, Wis. Investigators of a shooting by a white police officer that left a Black man, Jacob Blake Jr., paralyzed and the town of Kenosha, Wisconsin, torn by civil strife found a knife belonging to Blake at the scene of the confrontation, the state attorney general said on Wednesday. | Video

Wisconsin unrest flares for third night over police shooting of Black man

26 Aug 2020

KENOSHA, Wis. A Black man shot in the back by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, was left paralyzed and "fighting for his life," his family and lawyers said on Tuesday, hours before protesters and authorities clashed for a third night of civil unrest in the lakefront town. | Video

Wisconsin calls out National Guard after unrest over police shooting of Black man

25 Aug 2020

KENOSHA, Wis. Wisconsin's governor called out the National Guard on Monday, and police in the city of Kenosha skirmished with protesters during a second night of unrest over the wounding of a Black man shot in the back by police as his three children looked on. | Video

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Sunshine State showdown: Trump, Biden to take campaign battle to Florida

With Election Day looming, President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden will both rally supporters on Thursday in the critical battleground state of Florida – campaigning in the same city hours apart and putting their differing approaches to the resurgent coronavirus pandemic on full display.