Large crowd of peaceful protesters surrounds Boston police convoy

LARGE CROWD OF PEACEFUL PROTESTERS SURROUNDS BOSTON POLICE CONVOY

Some of the thousands of people who left a demonstration in Franklin Park began to chant around a caravan of police officers.

Hundreds attend Brockton peace rally

HUNDREDS ATTEND BROCKTON PEACE RALLY

Hundreds gather for peace rally in memory of George Floyd at Brockton's West Middle School.

 
 
 
'This is bigger than coronavirus': Thousands march through Boston park for George Floyd

'THIS IS BIGGER THAN CORONAVIRUS': THOUSANDS MARCH THROUGH BOSTON PARK FOR GEORGE FLOYD

One protester who lived through the Los Angeles riots in 1992 says she appreciates that the young, diverse crowd in Franklin Park is...

Peaceful protesters gather at Boston's Franklin Park

PEACEFUL PROTESTERS GATHER AT BOSTON'S FRANKLIN PARK

Thousands of protesters have gathered peacefully in Franklin Park, including AG Maura Healey who was spotted in the crowd.

 
 
 
Day camps face many challenges as they prepare to reopen

DAY CAMPS FACE MANY CHALLENGES AS THEY PREPARE TO REOPEN

Day camps, which many parents rely on for childcare in the summer, are facing some big challenges in how they operate.

Thousands stage 'die-in' in Boston street in memory of George Floyd

THOUSANDS STAGE 'DIE-IN' IN BOSTON STREET IN MEMORY OF GEORGE FLOYD

Outside Boston's Franklin Park, where thousands of people held a "die-in" for 8 minutes 46 seconds, the same amount of time a Minneapolis...

 
 
 
Mass. National Guard makes soldier inactive over inflammatory comments

MASS. NATIONAL GUARD MAKES SOLDIER INACTIVE OVER INFLAMMATORY COMMENTS

According to social media posts, the soldier in question threatened to shoot potential rioters in Boston when the Guard was called...

'Our lives matter, Black Lives Matter,' Boston protester says

'OUR LIVES MATTER, BLACK LIVES MATTER,' BOSTON PROTESTER SAYS

The Boston protester marching through Franklin Park says justice needs to be served, and hopes the judicial system can be fixed.

 
 
 
Dr. Ellerin answers questions about COVID-19

DR. ELLERIN ANSWERS QUESTIONS ABOUT COVID-19

Dr. Todd Ellerin, Director of Infectious Diseases at South Shore Health and ABC News Medical Contributor, answers questions about COVID-19.

Elected leaders of color call for change, peaceful demonstrations

ELECTED LEADERS OF COLOR CALL FOR CHANGE, PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATIONS

They gathered Tuesday morning on the front steps of the Massachusetts State House to share their thoughts on what action should be...

 
 
 
Rep. Pressley calls Pres. Trump 'an inciter of violence'

REP. PRESSLEY CALLS PRES. TRUMP 'AN INCITER OF VIOLENCE'

She says Trump "codifies his hatred, his callousness, his xenophobia in policy and who has a corrupt administration."

Salem police suspend captain over 'completely inappropriate tweet'

SALEM POLICE SUSPEND CAPTAIN OVER 'COMPLETELY INAPPROPRIATE TWEET'

The officer identified as being responsible for the tweet is a 24-year veteran of the department.

 
 
 
Retired firefighter sees man fall into trench, helps with rescue

RETIRED FIREFIGHTER SEES MAN FALL INTO TRENCH, HELPS WITH RESCUE

The health inspector was working on the construction site when he fell about 20 feet down into the trench.

Police take a knee, drawing cheers, support from protesters in Fort Worth, Texas

POLICE TAKE A KNEE, DRAWING CHEERS, SUPPORT FROM PROTESTERS IN FORT WORTH, TEXAS

Officers and the police chief drew praise when they kneeled with protesters to show support.

 
 
 
Will temperature checks of employees make workplaces safe?

WILL TEMPERATURE CHECKS OF EMPLOYEES MAKE WORKPLACES SAFE?

People with the coronavirus can be contagious without a fever, so it's still important for employers to increase space between workers,...

Ducklings rescued after dad, child find them in storm drain

DUCKLINGS RESCUED AFTER DAD, CHILD FIND THEM IN STORM DRAIN

The Department of Public Works was able to rescue the ducklings.

 
 
 
Video: Showers move in this evening

VIDEO: SHOWERS MOVE IN THIS EVENING

Get the latest Boston-area weather forecast.

Elected leaders of color suggest strategies for change

ELECTED LEADERS OF COLOR SUGGEST STRATEGIES FOR CHANGE

"We cannot allow these fatal injustices to go unchecked any longer," Rep. Pressley said.

 
 
 
Back Bay store owners worried about looting take new precautions

BACK BAY STORE OWNERS WORRIED ABOUT LOOTING TAKE NEW PRECAUTIONS

Clean-up continues in Boston Tuesday in the aftermath of a peaceful protest on Sunday that spiraled into violence.

Massachusetts could allow child care centers to reopen as soon as next week

MASSACHUSETTS COULD ALLOW CHILD CARE CENTERS TO REOPEN AS SOON AS NEXT WEEK

Child care centers will have to develop and submit a health and safety plan, in accordance with guidelines issued Monday.

 
 
 



Minnesota Files Civil Rights Charge Against Police In George Floyd's Death

Minnesota Files Civil Rights Charge Against Police In George Floyd's Death

The state will investigate whether the Minneapolis Police Department has engaged in systemic discrimination toward people of color, Gov. Tim Walz said. Read more ...

6 Atlanta officers charged after students pulled from car

6 Atlanta officers charged after students pulled from car

Six Atlanta police officers have been charged after a dramatic video showed authorities pulling two young people from a car during protests over the death of George Floyd. Read more ...

'We stand here just as outraged as they do': Cincinnati police chief...

'We stand here just as outraged as they do': Cincinnati police chief, officers take knee with protesters

The police chief said he was talking with a group of protesters when they asked him to kneel with them. Read more ...

Indiana 2020 Presidential Primary: Floyd County election results

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See the up-to-the-minute Indiana primary results for the election on June 2, 2020. Read more ...

Teen accused of authoring Facebook post encouraging riot in New Hampshire

Teen accused of authoring Facebook post encouraging riot in New Hampshire

Authorities said they arrested a teenager who was allegedly behind a social media post encouraging a riot. Read more ...

'We all need to do more': Bank of America pledges $1 billion to fight racial...

'We all need to do more': Bank of America pledges $1 billion to fight racial inequality

The billion-dollar donation is an expansion of the several hundreds of millions of dollars Bank of America donates to nonprofits and lends to small, minority businesses. Read more ...

State of Minnesota files racial discrimination charges against police...

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DC Episcopal bishop: 'I am outraged' by President Trump church visit

DC Episcopal bishop: 'I am outraged' by President Trump church visit

The bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington sharply criticized President Donald Trump for a visit to the historic St. John's Church across from the White House Monday... Read more ...

The Trump administration was just hit with the first lawsuit challenging its...

The Trump administration was just hit with the first lawsuit challenging its executive order targeting social-media companies

A technology advocacy group filed the first lawsuit challenging President Trump's recent executive order targeting social-media companies. The lawsuit on Tuesday, filed by the... Read more ...

Cincinnati Metro suspending services at 8 p.m. Tuesday to comply with city...

Cincinnati Metro suspending services at 8 p.m. Tuesday to comply with city curfew

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