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Biden adviser Symone Sanders bristles at question about 'you ain't black' remarks: 'I'm not going to do this'

One of former Vice President Joe Biden's top advisers appeared bristled Friday by NBC anchor Chuck Todd's question about the presumptive Democratic nominee's comments on black Trump supporters.
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'I don't see racism at all in the NFL,' Denver Broncos head coach says
Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio told reporters Tuesday he doesn't believe racism and discrimination are issues in the NFL.
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Pope condemns racism and violence in U.S., calls for national reconciliation
Pope Francis broke his silence on the unrest in the United States on Wednesday, saying no one can "turn a blind eye to racism and exclusion" but condemning violence as "self-destructive and self-defeating."
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Mars' moons may hint that the planet once had rings
Mars has two small, funky-looking moons with strange orbits, and they may suggest that the red planet once had rings, like some of the larger planets in our solar system. The two lumpy moons, Phobos and Deimos, were both discovered in 1877.
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Warren asks DOD IG to investigate tactics used for Trump's church visit
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., asked the Defense Department’s inspector general to investigate any military involvement in crowd control tactics during the protests over the death of George Floyd.  
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'I'm a Blue Lives Matter Activist, We Have Spent Our Lives Defending People Who Are Now Behaving Like Deviants'
The overwhelming majority, if not all, of the police agree that George Floyd's death was a disgraceful incident. But you don't riot. You don't steal and respond with violence.
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Emma Watson speaks out after criticism for initial Blackout Tuesday Instagram posts: ‘I stand with you’
Emma Watson is being taken to task by some on social media for her #BlackoutTuesday posts.
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Barefoot running: Why you should consider it to prevent injuries
Growing evidence shows running shoes might do more harm than good. Our latest review suggests wearing shoes changes the way we run and weakens the foot in a way that can contribute to common sports injuries. Here's why barefoot running has benefits.
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Chris Russo: Fired NBA voice Grant Napear is not a racist
Chris “Mad Dog” Russo said NBA announcer Grant Napear — who was fired from one job and resigned from another after his “All Lives Matter” tweet amid the George Floyd protests was met with backlash — is not a racist. Russo — who has known Napear since “1965-66” — said others who know Napear in...
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For black running groups, hosting a community is key in times of stress
At a time when the pandemic and incidents of racial inequality have brought more stress to peoples' lives, two groups have given runners solace.        
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Moody Police Officer Killed During Shooting at Alabama Super 8 Motel
Sgt. Stephen Williams had worked at the Moody Police Department for the past three years.
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Global Running Day is going virtual this year
Global Running Day has joined the list of virtual-only events in 2020.
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Minneapolis school board votes to end contract with police
The Minneapolis Public Schools Board of Education voted Tuesday to terminate their contract with the police department following the death of George Floyd on May 25.
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NFL Doesn't Have a Racism Problem, Says Denver Broncos Head Coach Vic Fangio
Fangio condemned George Floyd's death but insisted racial discrimination wasn't an issue in professional football.
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Thousands defy curfews on a night of mostly peaceful protests
Peaceful demonstrators defied curfews and remained on the streets of American cities for another night of protests over the death of an unarmed black man in police custody.
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Stephen Colbert mocks Trump's bible photo-op
Late Night hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, and Seth Meyers had fun with President Trump's impromtu photo event in front of the St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington.
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Trump threatens rioters with military, Biden urges racial healing
In virtually everything he does, and the rioting across America is no exception, President Trump tries to project strength.
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Armed man allegedly dressed as National Guard soldier in Los Angeles
A man armed with an assault rifle and pistol was arrested for allegedly impersonated a National Guard soldier near Los Angeles City Hall on Tuesday, according to multiple reports.
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Coronavirus patients evacuated ahead of worst storm to hit Mumbai in 70 years
Coronavirus patients are among more than 100,000 people evacuated from low-lying coastal areas in India's western states ahead of a cyclone set to make landfall near Mumbai in Maharashtra.
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Netflix Docuseries Lenox Hill Is a Moving, Timely Look at the Everyday Heroism of Doctors
Doctors have always had an outsize presence on TV. And yet, somehow, 'Lenox Hill' occupies a rare space onscreen
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The world lost a field worth of forest every 6 seconds in 2019, analysis says
New analysis says the world lost an entire football field worth of forest every six seconds in 2019. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports from Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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Police officer fatally shot at Alabama motel; two in custody
A police officer was fatally shot Tuesday night when responding to a call at a motel in Alabama, local news outlets reported. He was identified as Moody Police Sgt. Stephen Williams, 23, who had spent three years with the department, news outlets reported. He was shot shortly before 9:30 p.m. and taken by ambulance to...
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Protest outside Los Angeles mayor’s residence draws large crowd
More than 1,000 protesters gathered Tuesday outside the Getty House in Los Angeles, which serves as the residence of Mayor Eric Garcetti.
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Sporadic violence flares in latest U.S. protests over Floyd death
Tens of thousands of people defied curfews to take to the streets of U.S. cities on Tuesday for an eighth night of protests over the death of a black man in police custody, as National Guard troops lined the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
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Lufthansa vows company revamp as losses balloon
Lufthansa vowed to step up up restructuring measures after posting a first-quarter net loss of 2.1 billion euros ($2.35 billion), days after agreeing a state bail-out amid the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Pledges to Let in Hong Kong Citizens if Needed
“Many people in Hong Kong fear their way of life — which China pledged to uphold — is under threat,” he said
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World stocks jump to 3-month high as recovery hopes outweigh looming risks
Global shares vaulted to a near three-month high on Wednesday as hopes of more stimulus and further easing in social restrictions around the world outweighed caution over a host of worries from the coronavirus to growing U.S. civil unrest.
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Argentina debt deal in sight as serial defaulter looks to avoid 'zombie land'
Argentina, in default since last month, is tantalizingly close to pulling off a $65 billion debt restructuring deal with creditors but still faces a complex set of hurdles to avoid falling into what one bondholder called debtor "zombie land."
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Key dates in Hong Kong's anti-government protests
China's decision to impose national security laws on Hong Kong has exacerbated public and international concerns over the erosion of freedoms in the city and has rekindled anti-government protests in the financial centre.
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Broncos coach Vic Fangio: ‘I don’t see racism at all in the NFL’
One NFL head coach said he was “shocked, sad and angry” about the killing of George Floyd, while adding that the league doesn’t have a racism problem. “[Floyd’s death] is a societal issue that we all have to join in to correct,” Denver Broncos coach Vic Fangio told reporters Tuesday, also saying that discrimination and...
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Missouri students who appear to mock George Floyd’s death withdraw
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Two incoming Missouri college students who participated in a video that appeared to mock the killing of George Floyd have withdrawn. The students were supposed to attend the University of Missouri and Missouri State University in the fall before taking part in a video on social media in which they appear to...
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Protesters Return to U.S. Streets as Trump Decries ‘Lowlifes’
There were scattered reports of looting in New York City but most protests passed peacefully
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Canada's Trudeau At A Loss For Words On Trump's Handling Of Unrest In U.S.
When a reporter asked the Canadian prime minister what he thought of President Trump's actions to quell protests across the U.S., Trudeau fell silent for 21 seconds before answering.
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Beyond Meat brings its plant-based burgers to KFC and Pizza Hut in China
Beyond Meat is expanding its reach in China, one burger at a time.
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Ferguson elects first black mayor in city's history
The Missouri city where the death of black teen set off weeks of nationwide protests and outrage in 2014 elected its first woman and first black mayor Tuesday night, according to CNN affiliate KMOV.
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Alabama police officer, 50, fatally shot during standoff with gunman at motel: report
An Alabama police officer was fatally shot Tuesday night during a standoff with a gunman at a motel.
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Broncos coach Vic Fangio: 'If society reflected an NFL team, we'd all be great'
Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said Tuesday he doesn't believe there is any racism or discrimination in the NFL, adding that if "society reflected an NFL team, we'd all be great."
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Every NFL team's all-time leading rusher, ranked by total yardage
Take a look at the all-time leading rushing leaders for every NFL franchise, ranked by total yardage with their respective team.       
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Philippines says it won't end US military access agreement amid South China Sea tensions
The Philippines has reversed its decision to end an important military agreement with the United States as territorial tensions with China heat up in the South China Sea.
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Two charged for allegedly hurling Molotov cocktails into Minneapolis courthouse
Two men were charged with arson and possession of Molotov cocktails after they threw them at a Dakota County Government building, located south of Minneapolis, Friday. U.S. Attorney’s Office announced a federal criminal complaint against Garrett Patrick Ziegler, 24, and Fornandous Cortez Henderson, 32, Tuesday – a formal detention hearing has been scheduled for Thursday....
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NYPD confronts media as curfew takes effect
Members of the New York Police Department engaged in an angry confrontation Tuesday with journalists covering protests. At one point an Associated Press TV crew were shoved and forced to abadon their coverage. (June 3)       
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Tessa Majors murder suspect, 13, expected to plead guilty: report
A teen murder suspect in the slaying of Barnard College student Tessa Majors is expected to plead guilty Wednesday for his involvement in her botched mugging death, according to an official.
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Cities face an eighth night of protests
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Biden inches toward delegate win, Steve King ousted and other takeaways from Tuesday's elections
Biden swept all seven of the states holding presidential primaries Tuesday – Maryland, Indiana, Rhode Island, New Mexico, Montana and South Dakota.       
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Lara Logan details evidence rioters have 'well-developed political agenda and they're carrying it out'
Fox Nation host Lara Logan, who has done extensive reporting on the far-left extremist group Antifa, told "The Ingraham Angle" Tuesday that members of the radical organization are conducting a coordinated effort to undermine the country by capitalizing on the turmoil in the streets of America's cities.
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June 2 George Floyd protest news
Protests following the death of George Floyd, a black man who pleaded that he couldn't breathe while he was held down with a knee by a former Minneapolis police officer, have spread nationwide. Follow here for the latest updates.
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UCLA protests LAPD using Jackie Robinson stadium for protest arrest processing
The school said it was "troubled" by reports that the stadium was used as a field jail.
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Phoenix's Jeri Williams is one of the nation's few black female police chiefs. She says George Floyd's death was 'disgustingly horrific.'
As one of the nation's few black female police chiefs, Phoenix Chief Jeri Williams reflects on the death of George Floyd and the future of policing.       
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Post handicapper gives his top selections for Belmont Day 1
Move over Assiniboia Downs and Fonner Park. Belmont is back. Though not directly responsible for the irreparable damage those minor league tracks did to our racing section, we will attempt to make up for lost time by adding a daily Belmont play of the day. Race 3: Fully expecting 2-year-old Fauci to socially distance from...
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