Fires Set Near White House In Sixth Day Of Unrest

The Hill reports:

Firefighters in Washington, D.C. responded to numerous blazes set intentionally by protesters in the city Sunday evening as protests over the death of George Floyd in police custody moved into their sixth day nationwide.

Multiple news outlets reported that a fire erupted at historic St. John’s Church, a landmark where presidents have attended services since the 1800s, while others nearby were set at a White House guard building and other locations, including the AFL-CIO’s national headquarters.