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The sheriff joined protesters after condemning former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in connection with the death of George Floyd.        

Journalists covering the George Floyd protests across the country reported being detained and hit by rubber bullets and tear gas.        

Atlanta's mayor fired two cops and placed three under desk duty pending review over the use of excessive force during the protest.        

Cries for justice in George Floyd's death rang outside the White House.       

From many pulpits on Sunday, moral outrage over racial inequity traced a straight line to religious teachings of equality and fairness.        

As Minneapolis braced for more protests, the governor tapped Minnesota's attorney general to lead the Floyd case and the police chief apologized.       

Some carried garbage bags and brooms. Others handed out food for the needy. Minneapolis is trying to pick up the pieces