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As protests erupted for a seventh day, looting continued in New York and military helicopters are attempted to dispel protesters in Washington, DC
Protests in photos | Thousands around the world protest

Intense moments unfold around the US

DC mayor says federal police actions were 'shameful'

Chaos erupts in DC as Trump threatens military crackdown

Anderson Cooper calls out Trump: 'Who's the thug here?'
• Why the 3 other officers in Floyd's death have not been charged • Louisville police chief fired after protest shooting death • As US awaits another night of protests, families of those killed condemn violence

Analysis: Trump's made-for-TV strongman act threatens traditions
President Donald Trump's made-for-TV embrace of authoritarianism's imagery and tools at a brittle national moment risks unleashing toxic political forces that threaten America's democratic traditions.

Hear governor call out Trump on call
During a video teleconference with President Trump and the nation's governors, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said he was "extraordinarily concerned" about Trump's rhetoric on the protests over George Floyd's death.

GOP senators are critical of Trump's response to unrest
Top GOP senators are calling on President Donald Trump to take a far more compassionate approach amid the deep unrest following the death of George Floyd in Minnesota, raising concerns that the President's erratic handling of the crisis so far threatens to divide a badly bruised nation further.

Analysis: Can Trump legally deploy US troops to US cities?
President Donald Trump threatened Monday night to invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807 law and take the unusual step of deploying active duty US soldiers to police US streets.

Opinion: Trump's American dystopia reaches ominous cliff
With the sound of flash bang explosions and tear gas being fired in the background, President Donald Trump spoke the words of a tyrant Monday, delivered from a teleprompter in the Rose Garden, vowing to use military force -- as he was doing at that very moment to peaceful demonstrators -- to put down protests across the country touched off after the death of a Black man, George Floyd, in police custody in Minneapolis.