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22 Nov 2021
In the wake of the teenager’s acquittal after killing two people, protesters have taken to the streets across the United States to demonstrate for racial justice. Police clamped down on crowds in Portland, but rallies were largely peaceful.
2 Dec 2020
Wisconsin and Arizona have confirmed Joe Biden's electoral victory over Donald Trump amid ongoing allegations of fraud from Trump's campaign. Both states have said the election was conducted fairly.
5 Nov 2020
President Donald Trump rallies late Monday in Kenosha, the Wisconsin city at the center of anti-racism protests this summer, in a final hour bid to retain the White House. Trump's family members, including Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, join in rallying the crowd.
27 Aug 2020
Two people have died in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after gunfire erupted as protests over a recent police shooting of a Black man continued for a third day. At least one other person has been injured.
25 Aug 2020
Protesters gathered in Kenosha, in the US state of Wisconsin, defying curfew as outrage builds over the police shooting of a Black man. Jacob Blake was shot seven times and survived, after being rushed to the hospital.

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