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Antifa, Other Radical Groups Wreak Havoc on New York Subway System

Members of the group Antifa joined with other anti-police groups in unleashing havoc on the New York City subway system on Friday, leaving in their wake vandalized stations, demolished turnstiles, and other property damage.

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Anti-Police Demonstrators Gather at NYC Subway Terminal During Rush Hour

Masked anti-law enforcement protesters flooded Grand Central Terminal in New York City at the start of rush hour Friday in an attempt to shut down the commuter hub—but the whole thing lasted only around 30 minutes.

Video: Hundreds March in Brooklyn to Protest NYPD Tactics

Hundreds of protesters took over the streets of Downtown Brooklyn Friday night, voicing their displeasure with the NYPD and the MTA over a crackdown on people jumping subway turnstiles and refusing to pay their fares.

Capitol Police Arrest 70 at Immigration Protests at Senate Office Building

The United States Capitol Police arrested 70 people at a protest taking place at Russell Senate Office Building on Thursday.

St. Louis Officers Indicted for Beating Undercover Officer During Demonstration

Four Officers with the St. Louis Police Department have been indicted by a federal grand jury and may face federal charges of civil rights violation, obstruction of justice and lying to federal investigators.

Capitol Police Arrest 128 Protesting Kavanaugh SCOTUS Nomination

According to authorities, 46 people were arrested in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, and another 82 people were removed from the Rotunda of the Russell Senate Office Building. The protesters were charged with crowding, obstructing, and unlawful demonstrations.

Capitol Police Arrest 73 in Second Day of Supreme Court Appointment Hearings

US Capitol Police said they had arrested 73 people in the Senate office buildings by the end of the second day of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings, according to CNN.

Texts Show North Carolina Chief Told Officers to 'Not Engage' Protesters

Chief Chris Blue of the Chapel Hill (NC) Police Department instructed his officers to stand aside last week as protesters pulled down a controversial Confederate monument on the University of North Carolina campus, according to Fox News.

Judges Rule Trump Supporters Attacked in San Jose can Sue Police

The lawsuit claims San Jose police funneled Trump supporters leaving a June 2016 rally right into the middle of a crowd of counter-protesters, who quickly surrounded and attacked them. More Here.

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Video: Judges Rule Trump Supporters Attacked in San Jose Can Sue Police

The lawsuit claims San Jose police funneled Trump supporters leaving a June 2016 rally right into the middle of a crowd of counter-protesters, who quickly surrounded and attacked them.