What’s going on this weekend in the U.S.
CBC News Alerts - Authorities declared a riot overnight in Portland, Ore., where protesters breached a fence surrounding the courthouse where U.S. agents have been stationed. The protesters were rallying against George Floyd's killing and the presence of federal agents. BBC News -* Police in the US city of Seattle clashed with crowds marching in support of anti-racism protests, in one of the most tense of several rallies held across the country on Saturday.* In Louisville, Kentucky hundreds of members of a black militia demanded justice for Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old black woman who was fatally shot when officers entered her flat in March.Carrying semi-automatic rifles and shotguns, the group walked in formation to a fenced off intersection where they were separated by police from a smaller crowd of armed counter-protesters. There were no reports of incidents.* Police said at least 75 people had been arrested in Omaha, Nebraska where protesters were remembering James Scurlock, a 22-year-old black man shot dead by a white bar owner in May* In Richmond, Virginia, a city dump lorry was set ablaze, police tweeted* In Los Angeles, protesters clashed with officers in front of the federal courthouse