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Chaos erupts in Charlotte in wake of police-involved shooting

NC riotsA second night of dramatic protests gripped this North Carolina city Wednesday night, one day after a police-involved shooting of an African-American man led to angry demonstrations, smashed windows and trucks set ablaze.

Protesters beat against a police van and broke a window of the Ciity Smoke barbecue restaurant and bar downtown. Some yelled "hands up, don't shoot." Police tossed out smoke bombs. Protesters running outside of the Omni Charlotte Hotel said someone had been shot but that could not immediately be confirmed Wednesday night.


St. Cloud Police Chief William Blair Anderson Shuts Down Fox News Hosts On Live TV

St. Cloud police ChiefThe police chief of St. Cloud, Minnesota, refused to play along when Fox News hosts tried to get him to extend the blame for Saturday’s knife attack to the local Somali immigrant community.

Chief William Blair Anderson was on “Fox & Friends” on Monday to talk about the attack, which left eight people injured, when cohost Steve Doocy tried to tie the incident to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s call for “extreme vetting” of immigrants.

“Do you share his concern about who is coming into the country?” Doocy asked.


Hundreds mistakenly granted citizenship due to records gaffe

Hundreds get wrong citizenshipMore than 800 immigrants who had been ordered deported were mistakenly granted U.S. citizenship because of gaps in fingerprint recordkeeping, the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General reports.

The immigrants were from "special interest" countries and had previously been ordered deported or removed from the U.S., the report said. But the immigrants beat the system by simply using another name or birth date to apply for citizenship.

The issue: Neither Homeland Security nor the FBI keeps all old fingerprint records of individuals previously deported.


George Soros to give $500 million to migrant, refugee businesses

George SorosGeorge Soros is pumping $500 million into migrant- and refugee-founded businesses and other initiatives, the billionaire investor announced Tuesday, noting that his hope is other investors will follow suit.

“Our collective failure to develop and implement effective policies to handle the increased flow has contributed greatly to human misery and political instability—both in countries people are fleeing and in the countries that host them, willingly or not,” Soros wrote in a Wall Street Journal op-ed published online Tuesday. “Migrants are often forced into lives of idle despair, while host countries fail to reap the proven benefit that greater integration could bring.”


UC Berkeley reinstates class on Palestine following outcry over its suspension

palestinian class reinstatedThe University of California, Berkeley has reinstated a controversial course examining Palestine “through the lens of settler colonialism” after facing intense backlash that it was stifling academic freedom.

A coalition of Jewish organizations had launched a campaign against the course, claiming it was “antisemitic” and “anti-Israel”, and last week the elite school suspended the class, saying it “did not receive a sufficient degree of scrutiny”.


Police-involved shooting of black man in Tulsa prompts investigation

Terence CutcherA videotaped police shooting of a black man in Tulsa on Friday has prompted the chief of police to ask the Justice Department to investigate and has the man's family crying foul.

Graphic video showing the shooting death of Terence Crutcher, 40, on Friday, went viral, adding the case to the list of police-involved shootings raising questions about relations between law enforcement in the United States and black men.


Suspect in 3 bombings arrested after shootout; NYPD, FBI look for terror ties

RahamiAfter an intensive manhunt that included police reaching out to millions of residents in the New York City metropolitan area, authorities on Monday captured the man they believe is responsible for an explosion in Manhattan this weekend that injured more than two dozen people.

The New York City Police Department had been looking for Ahmad Khan Rahami in connection to the Saturday night blast, as well as an earlier bombing in New Jersey. During the hunt, the NYPD issued a cellphone alert to millions of residents in the area with Rahami's name and description.


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