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  • In Portland, three men epitomize word 'hero': #tellusatoday - USA TODAY

    USA TODAY -  Two men were killed, another injured, in Portland, Ore., after defending women from a man using racial slurs. Facebook comments edited for clarity and grammar: This is American domestic terrorism at its best. Who needs ISIS? —Joseph Pitaru. There are ...
  • Man arrested after 10-hour manhunt in Portland out of jail - OregonLive.com

    OregonLive.com -  Police have released a 51-year-old man who was arrested on Sunday after a 10-hour manhunt in Portland. Jail records show that Michael Ervin Grubbe was released from Multnomah County jail about 1 a.m. Monday. He was released on his own ...
  • Trump Addresses Portland Train Attack - Newser

    Newser -  (Newser) – President Trump has condemned the fatal stabbings of two men on a Portland train after they tried to help two women who were the targets of an anti-Muslim tirade, the AP reports. His tweet Monday came after many had called on him to address ...
  • Does Portland Allow 'Furries' to Use Dog Parks? - snopes.com

    snopes.com -  The decision comes on the heels of a four-day sit-in organized by PDX Furs, a regional furry community based in the Portland metro area, which staged the protest at Portland's city council offices on Milwaukie Avenue last weekend. “This is a huge ...
  • Portland knife attack: tension high as 'free speech rally' set for weekend - The Guardian

    The Guardian -  On Sunday, after a candle-lit vigil and strong words from the city's mayor the night before, “alt-right” organizers refused to back away from a planned “free speech rally” in downtown Portland on Sunday 4 June. In turn, self-described “anti-fascist ...
  • Bend 'Vigil Against Hate' to honor Portland attack victims - KTVZ

    KTVZ -  There were at least three individuals on Friday evening in Portland, OR with the courage to speak out on a crowded train and say no to hate. It's time for us to take a stand now and refuse to let hate escalate. The vigil will be held at the Drake Park ...

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