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All the news that's fit to watch. News + Visual Investigations + Dispatches + Series | Videos from @nytimes. Subscribe on YouTube: https://t.co/HHRsQU5MBN.

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Joined on October 23, 2008
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480. in country United States and category Media

773. in category Daily News

NEW: Officials in Philadelphia announced a moratorium on the use of tear gas in the city and apologized for their response to a June 1 protest against police brutality. The announcement came hours after we published our visual investigation https://t.co/M3V1halUhH https://t.co/SSibMIO9fQ

Hours after we published our visual investigation into the June 1 protests in Philadelphia, the mayor and police commissioner announced a moratorium on the use of tear gas in the city on Thursday, and apologized for their response. https://t.co/HJCPEBaO9P https://t.co/kLlj4DLjES

While covering the various protests against police brutality nationwide, one incident in particular stood out to us. On June 1 in Philadelphia, a protest that began peacefully ended with police using tear gas and pepper spray on the crowd. https://t.co/HJCPEBaO9P https://t.co/7jTmXGqx8o

[THREAD] In the past week, @malachybrowne @rarecanary @babimarcolini and I closely examined official statements, police records & procedures, and footage that captured the killing of Rayshard Brooks. We identified critical moments and missteps. Watch here: https://t.co/rccgAqEUYZ

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This drone footage shows a long line of voters waiting to cast ballots in Atlanta on Tuesday. Georgia election officials, poll workers and voters have reported major trouble with voting in Atlanta and elsewhere. Read the latest. https://t.co/wRnW8f5tng https://t.co/BVU9J9CF79

Voting in Georgia today. @Alexandra_Eaton @jennycatherall https://t.co/39OqV2GbjY

Our latest visual investigation examines what happened in the moments leading to the fatal shooting of David McAtee in Louisville on Monday by police and National Guardsmen. With @shaneisland @DrewJordan_NYT @CoraEngelbrecht @PatriciaMazzei https://t.co/NYChsxYo5f

Yesterday, after a weekend of protests against police brutality, President Trump walked from the White House to nearby St. John’s Church for a photo op. We took a closer look at the force used to clear protesters from that spot, and who was involved. https://t.co/2HF0INMcRl https://t.co/VzsZkP8tyw

What happened when George Floyd was killed in police custody on May 25? In our new video, we reconstruct the incident and police conduct in detail, using security footage, witness videos, documents and scanner audio. https://t.co/zHdTd9E3PU

What happened when George Floyd was killed in police custody on May 25? In our new video, we reconstruct the incident in detail, using security footage, witness videos, documents and scanner audio (This video contains scenes of graphic violence.) https://t.co/nM8CYBf7Xa

‘We’re Sick and Tired’: Voices From Minneapolis Protests https://t.co/Z98HJpxlkr

"We are here for justice for George. We're sick and tired of being abused and oppressed by the police." In this video, demonstrators in Minneapolis say why they challenged a curfew on Saturday and took to the streets for another night of protests. https://t.co/NaYHXWGv5B

Ever notice how every coronavirus commercial looks the same? Or that you don’t know what’s being advertised until the very end? @amandahess and I made a video that looks at post-Covid advertisements. @nytimes @nytvideo https://t.co/7ZKZUDtQ0y

the latest INTERNETTING is about the coronavirus ad, which reframes all consumption as a public service by heroes, for heroes: https://t.co/eGrVaknaeC

Do you have photo or video from the scene of George Floyd's arrest in Minneapolis on May 25? Please consider sharing your footage with @nytimes. Our Visual Investigations team is trying to reconstruct the moments leading to Mr. Floyd's death. https://t.co/LtlV9Nonbm

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Two college students in N.Y.C. were so eager to help medical responders on the front lines, they accepted temp jobs at two hospital morgues. They gave us a rare glimpse of the part of the pandemic we hear about all the time, but never see. https://t.co/N0vDBe34BW https://t.co/8vHUNntmYK

In retracing Ahmaud Arbery's final minutes, we found that he ran from two vehicles for 3-4 minutes, over & back along two roads. Thread: Here's how we sequenced videos with 911 calls, & police reports Video w/ @DrewJordan_NYT @dim109 & @tiefenthaeler https://t.co/XdjJ376M0G

In March, we got a rare opportunity to visit Idlib, the last pocket of opposition in northwest Syria. Here’s our story from a place where people have nowhere left to hide: https://t.co/C1OucMzZou

Today, the Hong Kong police’s watchdog released a 999-page report on the force’s response to the protests. It said the police acted within guidelines. Here are some of the incidents in which the experts found no evidence of police misconduct: https://t.co/4ARuKBARze

Living in Brooklyn during the #coronavirus pandemic, I can hear two distinct noises: the wail of sirens and the songs of ice cream trucks. I wanted to find out more about who is delivering ice cream in the midst of a pandemic and why. https://t.co/KNG8J1i71c https://t.co/IY7bjXJ9CF

A pair of funerals in Albany, Ga., led to an explosion of cases there. Pastors are now resisting calls to reopen the state. https://t.co/7KCVFyblsX https://t.co/QEvWXunXnb

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