The president took Sadiq Kahn’s warning about increased police presence out of context, in a series of tweets that also shared unconfirmed information about Saturday's London Bridge attack.
“We appreciate the clarification,” said Mayor Bruce Wilkerson.
Still No Suspect in NYC Explosion; FBI Investigating Minnesota Knife Attack as Possibly Terror-Related
Also in our State and Local Weekend Digest: Alabama and Georgia declare states of emergency after gasoline spill; PennDOT credits app with $11M savings; Illinois governor may veto Chicago mayor's pension plan
Do municipalities hold the answers to climate change, terrorism and the global refugee crisis?
Automatic plate-readers catch few terrorists or violent criminals, but do plenty of harm to low-income communities of color.
Social media helped spread misinformation during the crisis, necessitating the establishment of points of contact.
Also: Twin Cities Star Tribune takes on the rural-urban political divide and helping out drought-plagued New Mexican farmers by making hemp legal.
The state’s regulations are already among the tightest in the country. But whether more regulation can stop terror or mass shootings is another question entirely.
Experts say that smaller U.S. cities may lack the resources needed to prevent or react to an attack.
Sign up for our daily newsletter: