- Protests break out around the US following deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylorby USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 15:39
Major cities around the US rallied with demonstrators in Minneapolis to protest the deaths of George Floyd in Minneapolis and Breonna Taylor in Louisville.
- George Floyd protests erupt across nation: Police clear streets after fires in Minneapolis; violence in Columbus, Louisvilleby USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 15:34
In two deeply shaken cities, peaceful protests later turned violent over the deaths of unarmed black Americans George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
- Minneapolis Police spray protesters, journalist during George Floyd demonstrationby USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 15:20
Minneapolis Police sprayed demonstrators and USA TODAY Network journalist Tyler Davis with chemical irritant during George Floyd protests.
- 'A riot is the language of the unheard': MLK's powerful quote resonates amid George Floyd protestsby USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 15:14
In 1967, Martin Luther King Jr. said the worsening economic and social conditions that black Americans face must be condemned as equally as riots.
- Memory loss, gnarled fingers, panic attacks: COVID-19 didn't kill these Americans, but many might never be the sameby USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 14:09
Many of the 1.7 million Americans who've contracted coronavirus deal with lingering symptoms and a life unrecognizable from the one they had before.
- Breonna Taylor protest in Louisville draws hundreds; at least 7 shot. Here's what we knowby Louisville Courier Journal on 29 Maggio 2020 at 14:06
Chants of "No justice, no peace" echoed down Louisville streets as hundreds gathered to rally for Breonna Taylor.
- Mississippi mayor refuses to resign after facing backlash for George Floyd comments: 'I didn't see anything unreasonable'by Hattiesburg American on 29 Maggio 2020 at 14:05
A Mississippi mayor sparked controversy with his comments about George Floyd's death, but Hal Marx is rejecting calls for his resignation.
- Trump says violent Minneapolis protests dishonor George Floyd's memory, Twitter labels 'shooting' tweet as 'glorifying violence'by USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 14:02
Amid escalating violence in Minneapolis after George Floyd's death, President Donald Trump criticized the city's mayor and called protesters "thugs."
- Partisan divide over economy grows, but Americans more worried about their health: Exclusive pollby USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 13:24
Most Americans support a slow easing of social distancing rules, but a growing number say economic recovery should be the government's priority.
- 'No justice, no peace': Protesters breach Minneapolis police precinct, set fires in the wake of George Floyd's deathby USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 12:26
Protesters in Minneapolis stormed a police precinct on Thursday night, setting fires and forcing officers to evacuate "in the interest of the safety."
- Minneapolis Police 3rd Precinct building set on fire after George Floyd's deathby Storyful on 29 Maggio 2020 at 12:24
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said he decided to evacuate the police building, noting "brick and mortar is not as important as life."
- George Floyd video adds to trauma: 'When is the last time you saw a white person killed online?'by USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 10:40
Analysis: African Americans face harmful mental health effects every time high-profile incidents of racism and police brutality go viral.
- Coronavirus live updates: NYC targets reopening in June; Boston Marathon canceled; SAT registration chaosby USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 03:08
New York sets target for reopening. The Boston Marathon is canceled. San Francisco residents will have to stay home longer Latest COVID-19 news.
- In CA: It's gonna be a hard 'no' on that budget, state Senate says. So let's defer and taxby USA TODAY on 29 Maggio 2020 at 01:58
State lawmakers aren't sold on Gov. Gavin Newsom's revised budget so they've offered a counter. I'll sum it up: Borrow. Defer. Tax. And some days, it seems life isn't ever going to go back to normal. Maybe that's a good thing.
- Federal authorities pledge 'robust' investigation into George Floyd's death; Minnesota National Guard activated: What we knowby USA TODAY on 28 Maggio 2020 at 23:48
On Thursday, federal and state authorities promised a swift and thorough investigation as Gov. Tim Walz activated the Minnesota National Guard.