Donald Trump has declared himself the "President of law and order" in a clear bid to take control of the narrative and the streets. And as protests continue across the US, expect him to use division to his advantage, writes Zoe Daniel.
The world watched eight minutes of George Floyd's final moments, while other black men and women died out of sight, in hospitals and in their homes of COVID-19. Here's why African-American community leaders have dubbed this moment a "double pandemic".
The release of George Floyd's full autopsy shows he tested positive for COVID-19 more than six weeks before his death. Meanwhile, thousands of protesters take to the streets of Washington DC in another anti-racism demonstration.
The US has been embroiled in protests over George Floyd, another killing of an unarmed black man at the hands of police. As protests cool, activists are urging fellow Americans to dismantle the structures that led to his death.
Former Pentagon chief James Mattis ignores his own promise of a "duty of silence" to the White House, slamming Donald Trump's response to America's protests, accusing him of trying to "divide" the nation.
Looting and violence has erupted in the United States in the wake of the custody death of African-American man George Floyd. But the form it is taking in some states is different to disturbances seen in the past. Here's why.
Civil rights activist Reverend Al Sharpton tells a memorial for George Floyd that what happened to him happens every day in "every area of American life" as mourners farewell the man killed after a police officer knelt on his neck.