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After more officers charged, a fragile peace falls over George Floyd protests

Some cities are crediting curfews with curtailing the looting and violence seen earlier in the week, but in Brooklyn, New York, officers clashed with protesters shortly after Wednesday's curfew began.

George Floyd had coronavirus, autopsy says

The 20-page document released by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office says an April 3 test on Floyd was positive for the virus’ genetic code, or RNA.

'Not going to be peace in the streets': D.C. protesters vow to persist and defy Trump

Perimeter around the White House pushed farther back Wednesday after a relatively peaceful standoff between police and protesters on Tuesday.

George Floyd's death a painful reminder of Chicago's history of police brutality

"It's a repeated trauma to continuously watch police officers kill our black and brown brothers and sisters with no remedy," an activist said.

Protests show no sign of fading more than a week after George Floyd's death

"We want change," demonstrators in Washington, D.C., chanted.