1. Another night of protests against police violence in Washington, D.C.  Reuters
  2. Viral Video Shows Peaceful D.C .Protestors Detain Rioter Causing Damage, Hand Him to Police  Newsweek
  3. D.C. protesters don't want their voices lost in the chaos  Washington Post
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No one was injured and cause of the fire is under investigation.No one was injured and cause of the fire is under investigation.

Two-alarm fire damages Metro headquarters building in downtown D.C. - The Washington Post

President Trump said he is immediately deploying "thousands and thousands of heavily armed" military and law enforcement to protect Washington, D.C., as the...President Trump said he is immediately deploying "thousands and thousands of heavily armed" military and law enforcement to protect Washington, D.C., as the city's curfew begins.

President Deploying ‘Heavily Armed’ Military to Protect DC as New Curfew Begins – NBC4 Washington

Federal law enforcement officials insist far-left groups were stoking violence at otherwise-peaceful protests across the U. S. this weekend. Meanwhile, experts who track extremist groups reported seeing evidence of the far-right at work. Investigators were also tracking online interference and looking into whether foreign agents were behind the effort.Federal law enforcement officials insist far-left groups were stoking violence at otherwise-peaceful protests across the U. S. this weekend. Meanwhile, experts who track extremist groups reported seeing evidence of the far-right at work. Investigators were also tracking online interference and looking into whether foreign agents were behind the effort.

D.C. Police Chief: Destruction that coincided with protests 'appeared to be' organized | WJLA

D.C. Police Chief: Destruction that coincided with protests 'appeared to be' organized

In D. C. , chaotic protests continued from Saturday night into early Sunday morning, with demonstrators taking angrily to the streets demanding justice for George Floyd. "Prior to last night, the demonstrations around the tragic death of George Floyd in our city were largely peaceful and done so in a safe and respectful way, without destroying city property or harming people," D. C. Police Chief Peter Newsham said on Sunday afternoon. "Unfortunately, yesterday that changed. "In D. C. , chaotic protests continued from Saturday night into early Sunday morning, with demonstrators taking angrily to the streets demanding justice for George Floyd. "Prior to last night, the demonstrations around the tragic death of George Floyd in our city were largely peaceful and done so in a safe and respectful way, without destroying city property or harming people," D. C. Police Chief Peter Newsham said on Sunday afternoon. "Unfortunately, yesterday that changed. "

D.C. police release images of suspects from Saturday arson, burglaries, destruction | WJLA

D.C. police release images of suspects from Saturday arson, burglaries, destruction

Many businesses had already started cleanup while others seemingly remained wide open, alarms still going off.Many businesses had already started cleanup while others seemingly remained wide open, alarms still going off.

‘From Sadness To Empathy To Anger,’ D.C. Officials And Business Owners Respond To Second Night Of Intense Protests | WAMU

On Monday, June 1, Mayor Muriel Bowser set a new time for a citywide curfew: 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Also, Metropolitan Police Chief Peter Newsham said 88 arrests were made overnight.

Georgetown Cleans Up After Looting; Curfew Set at 7 p.m. (photos) - The Georgetowner

Following a night of chaos in D. C. , which started out as peaceful protesting, D. C. Police Chief Peter Newsham on Sunday afternoon thanked some demonstrators and outlined the damage done by others. "Prior to last night, the demonstrations around the tragic death of George Floyd in our city were largely peaceful and done so in a safe and respectful way, without destroying city property or harming people," he said. "Unfortunately, yesterday that changed. "Following a night of chaos in D. C. , which started out as peaceful protesting, D. C. Police Chief Peter Newsham on Sunday afternoon thanked some demonstrators and outlined the damage done by others. "Prior to last night, the demonstrations around the tragic death of George Floyd in our city were largely peaceful and done so in a safe and respectful way, without destroying city property or harming people," he said. "Unfortunately, yesterday that changed. "

17 arrests made in D.C. during Saturday protests, 11 D.C. police officers injured | WJLA

17 arrests made in D.C. during Saturday protests, 11 D.C. police officers injured

Photo by Nicholas Macek ....good practice." As you saw last night, they were very cool & very professional. Never let it get out of hand. Thank you! On the bad side, the D.C. Mayor, @MurielBowser, who is always looking for money & help, wouldn't let the D.C. Police get involved. "Not the

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