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The nation's capital is bracing for its largest day of protests yet, with thousands of people expected to march Saturday against police brutality as the nation continues to mourn the death of George Floyd. Black Lives Matter organizers were hoping to draw a million protesters.Authorities have expanded the fenced security perimeter around the White House, which now extends to the outskirts of a park complex known as the Ellipse, near the National Mall.“We have a lot of public, open-source

Lawmakers propose new police reform policiesFox News' senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses a new bill proposed by a Michigan congressman that would abolish qualified immunity, which could make it easier to sue law-enforcement officers.Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez threw her weight behind a growing movement to defund police departments that has become a rallying cry for some protesters in the wake of George Floyd's death.The progressive firebrand put her stamp of approval on the far-left demand as a policy

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