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Rev. William Barber: George Floyd Protests Represent Call to Address Systemic Racism in U.S.
Reverend Barber, co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign discussed George Floyd's murder and President Trump's response
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Man who pointed bow and arrow at protesters charged with assault
In a viral video, McCormick can be heard saying "I'm an American. All lives matter," as he loads his bow and pointed it at protesters.
Three more construction workers at SoFi Stadium test positive for COVID-19
Three more construction workers at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood have contracted the coronavirus, bringing the total number of COVID-19 cases to 12.
Michelle Ochs files suit against former collaborators Cushnie
Ochs claims she's owed back payments from a settlement.
Atlanta mayor to George Floyd protesters: 'There is something better on the other side of this'
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Thursday projected optimism about the widespread protests sparked by the recent killing of a black man by a white police officer, telling protesters in the city that "there is something better on the other side of this."
New York Times says controversial Tom Cotton op-ed did not meet its standards
In a stunning reversal, The New York Times said Thursday evening that a controversial op-ed from Republican Sen. Tom Cotton did not meet its standards. The statement came only hours after the newspaper's editorial page editor, James Bennet, defended publishing it amid outrage from staff.
Trump lashes out at James Mattis, John Kelly
President Trump lashed out at former Defense Secretary James Mattis for a second night Thursday on Twitter — and also blasted his former Chief of Staff John Kelly for coming to Mattis’ defense. In the series of tweets, Trump forcefully claimed he did, in fact, fire Mattis from his post in 2019, despite Kelly’s insistence...
Trump meets with campaign team as poll numbers fall
President Trump met with top political aides at the White House as public polls show him underperforming his 2016 pace in key battleground states, raising fears of defeat in November. CNN's Ryan Nobles tells us more.
Five Yankees who will benefit most from short MLB schedule
In between tracking the talks between the owners and players about what a possible 2020 season could deliver, The Post is looking at five Yankees who could benefit from a shortened schedule and the possibility of rosters expanding from 26 to 30. When it was apparent the season wasn’t going to get off the ground...
Pittsburgh hospital officials say coronavirus appears less potent than before
Doctors at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) said Thursday that the coronavirus appears to be declining both in virulence and infection rate.
George Floyd's nephew: 'He was the biggest LeBron James fan'
At Minneapolis memorial service, Brandon Williams recalled his uncle George Floyd's happiness when LeBron James led the Cavaliers to an NBA title.
Dr. Alveda King sends powerful message to Floyd family: 'It is very terrible ... to have to grieve publicly'
Dr. Alveda King, the niece of civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., sent an emotional message of hope and healing to the family of George Floyd Thursday following the first of many services set to be held around the country in his memory.
DC woman berates other women over 'white privilege' for removing 'Black Lives Matter' graffiti
A video circulating online shows three women being chastised for wrongly using their "white privilege" to remove graffiti in support of Black Lives Matter from a federal building in Washington D.C.
Cristiano Ronaldo becomes first soccer player to earn $1 billion in career, per Forbes
Cristiano Ronaldo is the third athlete and first soccer star to earn $1 billion dollars during his playing career, according to Forbes.
Former Packers teammate says Aaron Rodgers' call for solidarity is 'bulls--t'
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is being called out after appearing to weigh in on New Orleans Saints' Drew Brees comments about the national anthem this week.
Progressives’ dreams will send New York right back to ‘70s blight
In 1974, a great movie called “The Taking of Pelham One Two Three” featured the hijacking of a subway car. The crooks demand a million-dollar ransom from New York City. “Goddamit,” yells the mayor, “this city doesn’t have a million dollars!” No one-liner was ever so prophetic. The following year, in mid-October 1975, New York...
The ‘Glee’ curse: TV’s cheeriest show has the darkest history
Behind the scenes at "Glee" seems to have been anything but.
Protests Are Being Held in Small Cities and Towns Across the U.S.—And Young People Are Leading the Charge
Jamel Burney—born and raised in Olean, N.Y.—knows you don’t need to live in a major metropolitan area to be heard. As protests decrying the killing of George Floyd have raged across the country, Burney wanted to show solidarity. He expected just a handful of people to show up to a protest he helped put together…
California lawmakers promise to set rules for police use of rubber bullets amid George Floyd protests
Alarmed at reports that protesters have been seriously injured by rubber bullets fired by police officers, a group of California lawmakers said Thursday they will introduce legislation to set clear standards for the projectiles.
Lights flash, bells ring and masks worn: This is the look of a reopened Las Vegas
More than two dozen casinos on and near the Strip planned to open Thursday. It wasn't the Vegas of three months ago but for many, it was still satisfying.
Why President Trump is entirely right to give up on WHO
President Trump is taking heavy criticism for his announcement last week that the United States is “terminating its relationship with the World Health Organization.” But evidence is mounting that the $450 million America spends yearly on WHO is money down a rat hole. This week, the Associated Press revealed how WHO lied to the world...
Minority lawmakers push for police reform bills to pass in Albany
“Last Friday, me and Assemblymember [Diana] Richardson went to the Barclay Center to protest for peace and our peace was met with pepper spray,” state Sen. Zellnor Myrie (D-Brooklyn) said in Brooklyn, one of several locations where pols gathered.
Trump Waives Environmental Reviews, Citing Pandemic Economic Emergency
A White House executive order aims to expedite infrastructure projects to boost economic recovery. It lets federal agencies waive environmental protections, but critics question its legality.
Emotional debate erupts over anti-lynching legislation as Cory Booker and Kamala Harris speak out against Rand Paul amendment
In an emotional exchange on the Senate floor, Democratic Sens. Cory Booker of New Jersey and Kamala Harris of California spoke out Thursday against an amendment that GOP Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky was trying to add to anti-lynching legislation.
Tom Cotton's 'Send in the troops' op-ed is just wrong
Peter Bergen writes that the controversial New York Times opinion piece by the Arkansas senator failed to make a persuasive case for military intervention in American cities and suffered from factual inaccuracies and historical analogies that make scant sense.
Steve Priest, bassist who co-founded Sweet, dead at 72
Steve Priest, the bass player who co-founded the UK group Sweet that had hits including “Ballroom Blitz,” died. He was 72.
Authors Retract Hydroxychloroquine Study, Citing Concern Over Data
A paper suggesting hydroxychloroquine increases the risk of death for patients with COVID-19 has been retracted by three of its authors because they were not able to verify the data used in the study.
Shannon Sharpe says Drew Brees should retire: 'I will never respect the man'
Pro Football Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe was not happy with New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees after he said that he would never agree with players protesting during the national anthem.
‘It’s the Work of Generations.’ How Years of Organizing and Demonstrations Laid the Groundwork for Recent Protests
Organizers Jessica Byrd and Jess Morales Rocketto speak as part of the TIME100 Talks series about today's Black Lives Matter movement
Portland, citing George Floyd case, discontinues use of police in schools
Oregon's largest school district will no longer have police officers in its schools and joins a handful of urban districts from Minneapolis to Denver that are rethinking their school resource officer programs amid national outrage over the death of George Floyd.
Asia's stock rally set to pause for breath ahead of U.S. jobs data
Asian stocks were set to hold tight ranges on Friday after a mixed Wall Street session and as investors awaited key U.S. jobs data while sustained hopes about a global economic recovery kept pressure on the safe-haven dollar.
Destroying property is too violence — and it’s obscene to say otherwise
Breaking things and burning buildings is enjoying a vogue it hasn’t had since the late 1960s or early 1970s. Arson and looting are a perennial feature of urban unrest, but they have been pretty universally condemned for decades now — until the last week or so. Forced to choose between criticizing the George Floyd protests...
As The Nation Chants Her Name, Breonna Taylor's Family Grieves A Life 'Robbed'
Breonna Taylor's family and friends mourn her death — and process what it means for her to become a national symbol. Police in Louisville, Ky., shot and killed the 26-year-old EMT in March.
How to Do Reparations Right
It’s time to tackle racial disparities.
What's on TV Friday: Season finale of 'Betty'; coronavirus
What's on TV Friday, June 5: Season finale of 'Betty'; coronavirus
Dana White reveals full UFC lineup for June 13 in Las Vegas
UFC president Dana White has announced the full June 13 lineup for the promotion's event, which is expected to take place in Las Vegas.       Related StoriesWith Karol Rosa out, Gina Mazany steps in to face Julia Avila on UFC's June 13 eventDana White: 'It's highly likely' Gilbert Burns gets next UFC welterweight title shotAnthony Rocco Martin says Neil Magny is last fight on his UFC contract: 'Everything is on the line'
Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Barr Express Their Power by Impeding Others
And why they’re using their power to stand in the way.
Michigan restaurant owner says he used Facebook to identify suspects involved in property destruction
Jeff Lobdell, a restaurant owner from Grand Rapids, Mich., posted surveillance video footage to Facebook on Sunday of rioters who damaged his property and was later successful in tracking them down, with some help from the public.
CNN guest: If black children aren't 'allowed innocence' then white children 'don't deserve innocence'
A CNN guest argued on Wednesday that if black children in the U.S. aren't "allowed" innocence then white children "don't deserve innocence."
Want to participate in a protest? You may want to do this with your tech before you go
If you want to join a protest following George Floyd's death, there are several ways tech can help you, starting with the phone in your pocket.
System of a Down members fighting over Trump via Instagram
The pair squabbled over Bernie Sanders in February.
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Prince Charles reveals what he misses about his family while in quarantine
Prince Charles opened up about missing his family while still in quarantine during coronavirus pandemic. 
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Dana White: 'It's highly likely' Gilbert Burns gets next UFC welterweight title shot
UFC president Dana White is very pleased with Gilbert Burns' attitude in a division where negotiations have stunted progress.       Related StoriesAnthony Rocco Martin says Neil Magny is last fight on his UFC contract: 'Everything is on the line'UFC finalizing Ray Borg vs. Merab Dvalishvili for June 13 lineupWith Karol Rosa out, Gina Mazany steps in to face Julia Avila on UFC's June 13 event 
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David Cone offers solution to save baseball season
David Cone knows firsthand how the clock can strike 12 on a baseball season and strike it out. The YES Network analyst and former Yankee and Met was an MLBPA rep during hardball negotiations that could not prevent the cancellation of the 1994 World Series. “What comes to mind is there’s a deadline,” Cone said....
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John Kelly defends James Mattis after Trump rebuke: 'The president did not fire him'
Former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said Thursday that President Trump has “clearly forgotten” the details surrounding James Mattis’ departure after the president attacked him on Twitter this week, saying it was he who had the “honor of firing” the former defense secretary.
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Use coronavirus unemployment stimulus to encourage Americans to return to work
With $600 COVID-19 stimulus, some employers are having a hard time hiring back workers. The answer lies between ending it and extending it: Our view       
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Thousands march across the Brooklyn Bridge after George Floyd memorial
The massive crowd made the trek from Cadman Plaza in Brooklyn, over the bridge and to Foley Square in Lower Manhattan, erupting into chants of "Say his name: George Floyd" and "No justice. No peace."
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Dallas Love Field removes Texas Ranger statue, citing racism concerns amid George Floyd anger
The city of Dallas on Thursday removed the statue of a Texas Ranger in the main hall at Dallas Love Field because of the conduct of the man celebrated by it.
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