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Ryan W. Miller

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Recent articles by Ryan:

George Floyd protests erupt across nation: Police clear streets after fires in Minneapolis; violence in Columbus, Louisville

In two deeply shaken cities, peaceful protests later turned violent over the deaths of unarmed black Americans George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. → Read More

Violent protests, fires, looting and anger erupt in Minneapolis after George Floyd's death: What we know

Another night of protests in Minneapolis following the death of George Floyd saw violence, fires and looting as Floyd's family calls for justice. → Read More

Protesters clash with Minneapolis police after George Floyd death: Here's what we know

Thousands of protesters demanding justice for 46-year-old George Floyd filled the streets of Minneapolis on Tuesday evening. → Read More

White woman fired after calling police on black man who asked her to leash her dog

A video of a woman in Central Park calling New York police on a black man who says he asked her to leash her dog has gone viral, and the woman has been → Read More

White woman fired after calling police on black man who asked her to leash her dog

A video of a woman in Central Park calling New York police on a black man who says he asked her to leash her dog has gone viral, and the woman has been → Read More

White woman fired after calling police on black man who asked her to leash her dog

A video of a woman in Central Park calling New York police on a black man who says he asked her to leash her dog has gone viral, and the woman has been → Read More

White woman placed on leave after calling police on black man who asked her to leash her dog

In a now viral video, a white woman in Central Park called police on a black man, who says he simply asked for her dog to be leashed. → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: Trump calls for houses of worship to open; CDC says in 35% of cases, patients have no symptoms

Memorial Day travel projections are 'weak.' Trump says churches are essential. Florida to host huge youth baseball tourney. Friday's coronavirus news. → Read More

Coronavirus updates: Trump touts 'Operation Warp Speed'; J.C. Penney files for bankruptcy; NY beaches open for Memorial Day weekend

President Donald Trump unveiled 'Operation Warp Speed' to find a vaccine and parts of New York are beginning to reopen. Latest COVID-19 news Friday. → Read More

'He knew ... he could help': Ohio nurse on ventilator after treating COVID-19 patients in DC

Michael Rhodes came to D.C. to work as a nurse treating COVID-19 patients. Now he's on a ventilator, his fiancée says. → Read More

Ahmaud Arbery video: Legal experts explain how key frames may be used in murder trial

Two men have been charged in the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery. USA TODAY spoke with law professors who analyzed how the video may be used at trial. → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: Trump's social distancing guidelines expire; airlines require face masks; 3.8M unemployment claims

The White House administration focuses on reopening U.S. economy. California temporarily closes some beaches. Airlines will require face masks. → Read More

What's 'Zoom fatigue'? Here's why video calls can be so exhausting

With people taking more working meetings and social gatherings to video conference platforms, people are beginning to feel "Zoom fatigue." → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: Model predicts more US deaths as Texas, other states weigh reopening; Blue Angels to honor health workers

More than 56,200 have died of coronavirus in the U.S., nearing how many were killed in the Vietnam War from 1955 to 1975. Tuesday's news on COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: U.S. nears 1 million cases; CDC adds new COVID-19 symptoms; many Georgia churches stay closed

The U.S. nears 1 million confirmed cases, Boris Johnson returns to work and talk of a 'plateau' in new US cases: The latest coronavirus updates. → Read More

At least 18 people are dead in Canada shooting rampage that spanned 12 hours

The suspected shooter in the Nova Scotia mass shooting allegedly donned a police uniform and drove around in what appeared to be a police car. → Read More

Tired of boring Zoom meetings? Rent this donkey. Or alligator. Or camel.

As the coronavirus pandemic keeps people home, some farms and animal sanctuaries have crafted a clever way to lighten the mood during video calls. → Read More

What's 'Zoom fatigue'? Here's why video calls can be so exhausting

With people taking more working meetings and social gatherings to video conference platforms, people are beginning to feel "Zoom fatigue." → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: Parts of Georgia reopen Friday; US nears 50K deaths; Trump touts study on sunlight and humidity

Parts of Georgia reopen amid controversy and the U.S. death toll nears 50K. Trump comments on new study draw reaction. The latest coronavirus updates. → Read More

Tornadoes, floods leave at least 7 dead as storms rake across South

Severe storms continued to roar across the Deep South on Thursday after floods and apparent tornadoes hit part of Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana a day earlier, killing at least seven people and leaving thousands without power.Parts of Mississippi, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle remained under tornado watches Thursday morning. The National Weather Service for Mobile/Pensacola warned of two… → Read More