The Bob Dylan Center is soon set to open to the public, celebrating one of the greatest figures in pop culture over the span of a 60-year-long career.
"Just because history is silent, it does not mean that it did not take place," says Joe Biden, who became the first sitting US president to visit the site in Oklahoma state where hundreds of Black Americans were killed by a white mob 100 years ago.
Trump's campaign chairman tweeted that more than a million tickets had been requested, but according to the local fire department, just 6,200 people attended.
Hundreds of marchers flooded the city's downtown streets and blocked traffic at times, but police reported just one arrest as of Saturday afternoon.
The battle against climate change may even continue despite Trump's decision, with individuals, businesses, cities and states carrying on in an attempt to reduce their effect on global warming.
After the shooting which took place on Friday, Terence Crutcher could be seen lying on the side of the road, with blood pooling around his body, for nearly two minutes before anyone checked on him.
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