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Protestors are still gathering in Washington D.C. tonight despite a seven p.m. curfew. Mostly peaceful crowds are still around Lafayette Park, the scene of a clash between police and protesters yesterday before the curfew went into effect.       The family of George Floyd is again encouraging peaceful protests amid ongoing civil unrest nationwide. During a rally in Houston, Philonise Floyd said violent protesters bring shame on his family's name and his brother's name.        Joe Biden is expected to win the Indiana Democratic primary. NBC News made the projection as the former vice president has been running unopposed since Bernie Sanders dropped out in April.        The Minnesota trucker who drove through highway protesters is no longer in jail. On Tuesday, 35-year-old Bogdan Vechirko was released and not charged after he drove his semi-truck though a large group of demonstrators on the Interstate 35W bridge on Sunday.       A Denver police officer who attempted to incite violence on social media is being fired. The department announced today the termination of Thomas McClay after an internal affairs investigation. On Instagram, he reportedly uploaded a photo of him and two other officers wearing heavy duty gear and titled the post "Let's start a riot."        The Navy-Notre Dame season-opening college football game will not be played in Ireland due to the coronavirus pandemic. Both schools announced today the game will be moved from Dublin to the Naval Academy in Annapolis.