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GOP ‘stood in the way’ of police reform that could have prevented death of Tyre Nichols: MSNBC analyst
MSNBC legal analyst Paul Butler put part of the blame of Tyre Nichols' deadly beating at the hands of Memphis cops on Republicans in Congress who didn't pass police reform.
The footage shows the president not answering questions about classified documents ahead of White House Lunar New Year reception.
The brutal beating and death of Tyre Nichols, who was kicked, shocked with Tasers and pepper-sprayed by five Memphis police officers, has reverberated across the United States, with activists, athletes, law enforcement officials and politicians on both sides of the aisle united in their horror and condemnation of the attack.
A North Carolina man with a history of mental illness pleaded guilty to a federal offense Friday for parking his pickup truck near the U.S. Capitol and engaging in an hours-long standoff with police, falsely claiming to have a bomb and threatening to "blow up two and a half city blocks," as he put it that day.
Trump said he would build an 'impenetrable dome' over the US as he warned of a possible World War III
Donald Trump said World War III could involve nuclear weapons and World War I and World War II would look like small battles, by comparison.
Piaget Ventus had been working in the New York restaurant industry for several years when her manager informed the staff one day, circa 2015, that they all needed to take a ServSafe course. The employees met at a sister restaurant, where they watched safety videos, took practice tests and had to pass a final exam to get certified. The course cost Ventus $15, for which she was reimbursed, but it consumed about three hours of her day, which she was expected to surrender without pay.