Portland Unrest: Police and federal agents clash with protesters
By The New York Times
The nation's attention has turned to Portland, where demonstrators have taken to the streets every night since late May. Tensions increased after the Trump administration sent in federal agents who clashed with protesters and whisked others away in unmarked vans without explanation. But today Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said that the federal tactical teams will be leaving downtown tomorrow.
The two middle-aged white men shared a common backstory: Both were raised in the rural Pacific Northwest and found a sense of greater purpose and belonging on opposite sides of radical politics. Then both ended up dead.