Regarding the police-involved shooting of Keith L. Scott in Charlotte, N.C., Bill O’Reilly warned that observers of the incident and its aftermath should “let the investigation play out before you form a judgement.”
A 28-year-old African-American man taking part in the protests in Charlotte told Steve Harrigan he wasn’t there to commit violence or protest the death of Keith Scott in particular, but instead draw attention to what he called “the bigger cause”.
“There’s been a real mass of tear gas as well as [firing of] rubber bullets into the crowd,” Fox News correspondent Steve Harrigan said, reporting live from the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, as demonstrators and anti-police protesters clashed with law enforcement.
“This is an American tragedy,” former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Wednesday on The Kelly File.
Regarding the police-involved shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott in North Carolina, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney told Megyn Kelly in an exclusive interview that “all the evidence” in the case supports the chronology reported by law enforcement.
Following last year's much-publicized protests, the University of Missouri announced Wednesday that undergraduates will have to complete three credit hours of "diversity intensive" courses in order to graduate.
U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage said on "Countdown to the Closing Bell" that the anti-austerity protests in Greece represent the "death of democracy" in the nation.
The NYPD arrested more than 60 people who were protesting the death of Freddie Gray, a Baltimore man who was critically injured in police custody earlier this month.
New surveillance video shows a group of people reportedly looting a store during Monday night's violent riots in Baltimore.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts said during a press conference that at least 15 officers were injured during the violent protests in Baltimore on Monday.
On the "Kelly File" tonight, former civil rights leader Joe Hicks reacted to the violent protests in Baltimore calling out individuals who are comparing the current state of America to the civil rights movement.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said tonight on "The Kelly File" that there is "no legal justification for this kind of behavior" happening in Baltimore, referencing the violent protests in the city.