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Floyd 'non-responsive' for nearly 3 minutes before officer took knee off his neck, complaint says
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The NBA has its target return date: July 31
The NBA is next in line for a comeback. Days after the NHL announced its plan for a 24-team playoff tournament, NBA commissioner Adam Silver informed the board of governors that the league is targeting resuming play on July 31, according to The Athletic. The NBA, which was the first major sports league to suspend...
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Family lawyer says no charges is "like they're killing George all over again"
Floyd family attorney Ben Crump said that he and the family of George Floyd will call on Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison to take up Floyd's case.
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New video appears to show three police officers kneeling on George Floyd
New video posted on social media appears to show three Minneapolis Police Department officers kneeling on George Floyd during his arrest.
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Examining potential destinations for free agent QB Cam Newton
Amid an odd NFL offseason where Tom Brady joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Roger Goodell announced draft picks slumped over in a chair in his basement, one storyline remains unsolved: the continued unemployment of Cam Newton. Despite also-ran quarterbacks such as Case Keenum, Marcus Mariota and Chase Daniel signing multi-year deals, the former MVP...
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Video shows Denzel Washington help LAPD with distressed man
The Los Angeles Police Department called actor Denzel Washington a "good Samaritan" for helping out a distressed man who was caught in a busy intersection, according to the actor's representatives.
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MIT elects first black woman student body president in its 159-year history
Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have elected a black woman as president of the Undergraduate Association for the first time in the school's history.
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Taylor Swift takes aim at Trump in powerful tweet
"After stoking the fires of white supremacy and racism your entire presidency, you have the nerve to feign moral superiority before threatening violence?" she tweeted.
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Trump seeks to clarify tweet on Minneapolis: 'Looting leads to shooting'
President Trump sought to clarify what he meant in a tweet Thursday night about the unrest in Minneapolis after Twitter flagged it and claimed he was “glorifying violence.”
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Column: The burden of ending racism sits squarely on the shoulders of white people
Even Trump voters must rise up against the racist brutality that plagues our country.
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Trump ignores Minneapolis during his afternoon news conference
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Trump launches unprecedented attack on China
President Donald Trump launched a blistering attack on China Friday, naming misdeeds that range from espionage to the violation of Hong Kong's freedoms, and announced a slew of retaliatory measures that will plunge US-China relations deeper into crisis.
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Andrew Cuomo says he stands with protesters after George Floyd’s death
“Enough is enough,” Cuomo said during his daily coronavirus press briefing in New Rochelle, explaining that the Monday death of Floyd -- which has sparked national outrage -- “is not an isolated incident.”
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Trump says he'll sanction China for Hong Kong crackdown
President Trump said Friday the U.S. would pull out of the World Health Organization and threatened to revoke financial benefits afforded to Hong Kong, to sanction Beijing for its crackdown there.
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What will hair salons, barber shops look like in post-quarantine America?
Here's the lowdown on what cutting your lockdown locks might look like.
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Uber disposes of tens of thousands of bikes, sparking backlash
Videos and photos are surfacing of thousands of Uber's Jump bikes and scooters stripped of parts and crammed into trucks to be scrapped.
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The tie-dye bikini is trending, thanks to stars like Kylie Jenner and Halsey
The psychedelic look will be everywhere this summer.
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Minnesota Public Safety Official Calls Death of George Floyd 'Murder'
Minnesota Department of Public Safety Director John Harrington was speaking with reporters about the protests in Minneapolis.
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Watch a Real-Time Simulation of How Well Social Distancing at the Beach Actually Works to Contain COVID-19
When Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced the tentative reopening of Virginia Beach for Memorial Day, he warned antsy residents that, if they didn’t abide by new restrictions such as social distancing and limits on group activities to mitigate the risk of new COVID-19 infections, he wouldn’t hesitate to re-close the area. He’s not alone. Coastline…
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S&P 500 up in choppy action after Trump comments on China
The S&P 500 was up in late, choppy trading Friday after President Donald Trump made comments on China that appeared less worrisome for the U.S. economy than investors apparently had feared.
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Fed chief: Virus hurting "those least able to bear its burdens"
Inequality is deepening the economic impact of COVID-19 on American workers, U.S. central bank chairman said.
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Kip Moore on why he thinks quarantine isn't all that bad: ‘I love … the steady kind of schedule of my life’
With the coronavirus quarantine keeping most people at home and in close quarters, it's understandable that some might go stir crazy, but some, like Kip Moore, may be enjoying themselves. 
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Bear witness, record, de-escalate: How race may affect what bystanders are called to do in cases like George Floyd's
George Floyd's death in Minneapolis, caught on video, has spurred questions about the role bystanders should play when caught in similar situations.        
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Space alliance: Elon Musk and President Trump set for historic Demo-2 launch
Elon Musk and President Trump have been working toward the common goal of sending American astronauts to space from U.S. soil, which could come to fruition on Saturday.
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Fischl: Artists must 'order chaos'
Christiane speaks with artist Eric Fischl about painting under lockdown, his new work "American Hula," and his fears for the direction of the country.
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St. Paul Mayor: 'I share your anger' over Floyd death
Christiane speaks with Melvin Carter, the Mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota, about the death of George Floyd and the civil unrest it has sparked.
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READ: The criminal complaint against ex-Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin
The Hennepin County Attorney's Office has released the criminal complaint filed in the arrest of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin.
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Biden calls for 'real leadership' after Trump alludes to violence after police killing
Joe Biden on Friday called for justice and "real leadership", accusing President Donald Trump of encouraging violence by threatening deadly military force to stop rioters in Minneapolis protesting the police killing of an unarmed black man.
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Legislation to Punish China for Coronavirus Is on Track to Outpace Counterterrorism Proposals After 9/11
In the eyes of many in Congress and the Trump administration, China has painted a target on its own back.
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Twitter makes about-face on Trump tweets but stops short of banning the president
Twitter appears to be pivoting toward a more proactive editorial stance with moves to fact check and partially block recent President Trump tweets.       
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Factbox: Killing of Minnesota black man in 'I can't breathe' case sparks U.S. protests
The killing of George Floyd, a Minneapolis black man who died after being pinned by the neck by a white police officer's knee, has triggered a wave of protests across the country, with more demonstrations expected on Friday.
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Titans' Kevin Byard buys 'forever home' for mother: 'Stuff like this is a pipe dream'
Tennessee Titans’ Kevin Byard isn’t just one of the top safeties in the NFL -- he’s also a great son. 
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Tenants plan suit against NYCHA officials for coronavirus response
Distraught public housing residents plan to sue the New York City Housing Authority after 1241 tenants died of COVID-19 and thousands more were sickened because the buildings were not properly sanitized, their lawyer said Friday. “These are the people who need to be protected the most and when you talk about the government’s function to...
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Kylie Jenner hits back at report accusing her of 'inflating' billionaire status
Kylie Jenner hit back at Forbes on Twitter Friday after it published a scathing report accusing the media personality of lying about her wealth.
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Biden speaks on George Floyd's death: "None of us can be silent"
Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, spoke via livestream about the death of George Floyd. "None of us can turn away. None of us can be silent. None of us any longer can hear the words 'I can't breathe,' and do nothing," Biden said. Watch his remarks.
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Biden speaks with Floyd family, slams Trump for ‘incendiary tweets’
Calling the death of a black man in Minnesota after being pinned to the ground by police officers and the resulting violent protests in cities across the country a “national crisis,” former Vice President Joe Biden on Friday stressed that “we need real leadership right now.”
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CNN legal analyst breaks down charges against ex-officer
CNN legal analyst Laura Coates explains the charges against ex-officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.
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Scott Disick and Sofia Richie are over, plus ‘AGT’ drama and Cardi B’s secret
This past week in celebrity news, the We Hear Quick Fix podcast has breakups, reality tv investigations and bikini shots.
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Dear Democrats: For Latinos in 2020, It's Still the Economy, Stupid | Opinion
Democrats must aggressively make their case to Latinos for how we will create jobs and get America working again.
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NY Gov: Floyd's death not 'isolated incident'
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the death of a man in police custody in Minnesotta was not "an isolated incident." (May 29).       
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Florida officials approve Walt Disney World re-opening plans
Florida officials have approved plans for a phased reopening of Walt Disney World in Orlando starting on July 11, according to a memo from a state agency released on Friday. The state also cleared Sea World Entertainment Inc to reopen on June 10, said Halsey Beshears, secretary of Florida's Department of Business and Professional Regulation, in a memo sent to officials in Orange County, Florida. (Reporting by Lisa Richwine; Editing by Sandra Maler)
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S&P 500 up slightly in choppy action as Trump gives China announcement
The S&P 500 was slightly higher on Friday in choppy action as investors absorbed U.S. President Donald Trump's comments on China.
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New video appears to show George Floyd kneeled on by three officers
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Family of public defender strangled to death on Turks and Caicos files wrongful death suit
The family of the Long Island public defender found strangled to death at Club Med on Turks and Caicos two years ago has filed a $10 million wrongful death lawsuit, according to a new report. The son and husband of Marie Kuhnla, 61, of Wantagh, filed the lawsuit after hiring private investigator Eddie Dowd —...
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The best true wireless earbuds of 2020
Apple may have ushered in the wire-free craze with their now ubiquitous AirPods, but in 2020, there seems to be an endless influx of wireless earbuds entering the market. Amazon has Echo Buds; Samsung has Galaxy Buds; Google has Pixel Buds; Beats has Powerbeats Pro. The list goes on — and on.
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Protests in Minneapolis and nationwide following George Floyd’s death
Jordan Strowder/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images The uprisings sparked a national conversation about race and policing in America. Protests against the use of excessive force by law enforcement have surfaced around the country, including in Minneapolis, Denver, Los Angeles, Louisville, and Columbus, following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who was arrested on suspicion of forgery and pinned to the ground by police officers in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was later pronounced dead at a regional hospital. The incident follows a series of deaths of unarmed black individuals this year, including 26-year-old Breonna Taylor, who was fatally shot by police in her Louisville, Kentucky, home in March, and Ahmaud Arbery, who was jogging in an Atlanta, Georgia, neighborhood before being shot by two white men in February. Both Arbery’s and Floyd’s deaths received national attention after videos of the incidents went viral on social media. While many of the protests started off peaceful in nature, some crowds in Minneapolis and other cities escalated to looting and in Minneapolis resulted in the burning of a Target and a police precinct building. Law enforcement response has included the use of tear gas and widespread arrests, including that of CNN reporter Omar Jimenez, who was reporting live on air during the civil unrest. The action on the part of the Minneapolis Police Department is a stark contrast to previous use of force in other demonstrations, including the anti-lockdown protests weeks prior, where many of the demonstrators were armed white men. Following the events, President Trump made a call on Twitter that appeared to suggest he might use violent force to end the protests, saying: “once the looting starts, the shooting starts.” Follow this storystream for all of Vox’s coverage and updates.
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Another alleged victim cannot find Epstein confidant Ghislaine Maxwell to serve complaint
Efforts to locate Maxwell following Epstein's death have thus far proven impossible.
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Trump says doesn't want 'shooting' after Minneapolis riot over police killing
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday tried to walk back a Twitter threat to respond with deadly force to three days of violent protests in Minneapolis over the police killing of an unarmed black man.
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