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UFC on ESPN 9 Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay: Program total passes $33 million
UFC on ESPN 9 fighters took home UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay, a program that launched after the UFC's deal with Reebok.        Related StoriesFight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC on ESPN 9 with Kanye, Nipsey and DMXContender Series watch: Meet the nine DWCS alums set for action at UFC on ESPN 9UFC on ESPN 9 predictions: Do our Woodley-Burns picks match up with our readers? 
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‘Insecure’ actor Kendrick Sampson got hit by rubber bullets at George Floyd protest
On his Instagram Live video, he said that he’d been shot by rubber bullets four times while protesting in Los Angeles.
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Clyde Drexler previews Blazers documentary 'Rip City Revival' and explains why he didn't watch 'The Last Dance'
Clyde Drexler says he'll eventually watch "The Last Dance" about Michael Jordan and the Bulls. First, he has his own documentary to see.       
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George Floyd. Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Taylor. What do we tell our children?
Experts in child psychology explain how parents can begin conversations about racial violence and answer some of kids' most painful questions.        
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Virus adds new concerns to cities as hurricane season begins
The coronavirus pandemic has affected almost every aspect of American life
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The best weekend deals from electronics to exercise equipment
Ever since quarantine started, our inboxes have been flooded with promotional emails about big sales and massive deals. However, with so many products to choose from, it can be hard to differentiate which items are actually a good deal, and which ones aren’t worth the price. To help you out, we rounded up 27 of...
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Van Jones: 40 million African Americans are heartbroken
CNN's Van Jones reacts to a fifth night of protests in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
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10 LGBTQ books to read for Pride Month: Glennon Doyle, Cameron Esposito, Brandon Taylor
Coronavirus may have killed the fun, but it can't kill the pride. Read one of these 10 great LGBTQ books to celebrate Pride Month.        
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These disposable gloves are still in stock and on sale
While the CDC doesn’t recommend wearing gloves on your regular trips to the grocery store (suggesting other ways to help prevent getting sick), many individuals are still keeping a stock of gloves on hand. This is because wearing a pair of gloves can help prevent you from mindlessly touching your face while out and about,...
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Indiana doctors discuss another side of Lance Armstrong: Cancer fighter
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has a complicated past, but Indiana doctors say he has done more for the cancer community than any other athlete.       
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 5/31
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Mo Rocca explores whether the “New Normal” may ever go back to the old one. Plus: Lee Cowan talks with Jon Bon Jovi and Jewel about how COVID-19 is coloring today’s music, while Anna Werner sizes up how TV commercials are changing their messaging because of the pandemic; David Pogue gets a read on the rise in audiobooks; Mark Phillips looks at the history of facemasks, from tool in the fight against disease transmission to fashion statement; Jim Gaffigan reports on Week 11 of quarantine; with gyms closed, Nancy Giles works up a sweat with her in-home Peloton exercise equipment; and Luke Burbank samples a new pandemic tradition, the virtual cocktail hour. Cheers!
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The Gulf Should Normalize Ties With Israeli-Arabs | Opinion
A clever way for the thawing relations between Israel and the Sunni Gulf states to seep out into the open.
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Journalists covering George Floyd protest hit by tear gas, confronted by police in Detroit
Several USA TODAY Network journalists were hit with tear gas and confronted by police at a protest for George Floyd in Detroit.        
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Protesters increase the risk of getting, spreading coronavirus: officials
Protesters flooding streets across America are putting themselves at risk of catching the coronavirus — and likely exacerbating its ongoing spread, officials have warned. “If you were out protesting last night, you probably need to go get a COVID test this week,” Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms warned those taking to the streets in her...
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'They're gonna arrest us all': 'Insecure' star Kendrick Sampson protests on behalf of George Floyd
The 'Vampire Diaries' and 'Insecure' star took to Instagram on Saturday to show video from marches in the Los Angeles area.       
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How to watch the SpaceX crew dock with space station
Two NASA astronauts​ lifted off aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon, ushering in a new era for the U.S. space program.
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These black men's experiences were caught on camera, spurring anger and action
One died after he was pinned down by a police officer. One was fatally shot while jogging. The third avoided any physical confrontation.
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George Floyd Protesters in Multiple Cities Target Confederate Monuments
Monuments in Virginia, the Carolinas and Mississippi were defaced
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Investors didn't sell in May. What now?
So much for selling in May and going away — assuming you could find a place to go to in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Donald Trump's ugly breakup
Trump's Twitter account, his direct channel to ordinary Americans, allowed him to bypass the media's gatekeepers and arguably landed him in the White House. This week the uneasy marriage between President and Twitter came to a spectacular crackup.
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Trump condemns violence in nationwide protests
President Donald Trump addressed the unrest over the death of George Floyd during his remarks at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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Book excerpt: David Allen Sibley's "What It's Like to Be a Bird"
The illustrator's latest book delves into the lives of birds and answers frequently-asked questions, such as, "Can birds smell?"
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Book excerpt: "Rodham: A Novel" by Curtis Sittenfeld
The New York Times bestselling author imagines an alternative history for Hillary Rodham, tracing her life's path after she breaks up with fellow law student and future politician Bill Clinton
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Book excerpt: "All Adults Here" by Emma Straub
The New York Times bestselling author's latest witty novel explores the repercussions of parenting mistakes and revelations of secrets
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Book excerpt: "How Much of These Hills Is Gold" by C. Pam Zhang
An acclaimed debut novel of two orphaned children of Chinese immigrants struggling to survive during the Gold Rush days of the American West
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Indianapolis riots leave 3 dead after 'multiple shootings' reported downtown, buildings damaged
At least three people were killed after "multiple shootings" were reported in downtown Indianapolis Saturday night into early Sunday morning as protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis turned into violent riots.
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Where every sport stands in coronavirus comeback planning
The Post’s Ryan Dunleavy provides a status report on how all of the different sports are handling their COVID-19 comeback planning: NHL Current status: Suspended since March 12, when all teams had 11-14 regular-season games remaining. Restart situation: An approved 24-team playoff to be clustered in two hub cities, with the top four teams in...
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On This Day: 31 May 1930
Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood was born in San Francisco. (May 31)       
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L.A. reels from looting and arrests not seen in decades
The unrest in L.A. has some longtime residents recalling the violence that took place in 1992 after four LAPD officers were acquitted in the Rodney King beating.
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Christen Limbaugh Bloom: The surprising method God often uses to boost our confidence
God understands us better than we understand ourselves; only He truly knows our full potential.
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Snapshot: Life on L.A.’s Skid Row during the pandemic
"Sunday Morning" presents pictures of the world in a time of COVID-19, featuring the haunting black-and-white images of some of the most vulnerable citizens of Los Angeles, taken by photographer Michael Christopher Brown from National Geographic.
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As a black man, I understand the anger in our streets. But we must still choose love.
The dangers facing young black men are real, and that should frustrate us. But that frustration must not lead to despair that we are condemned to live this way forever.
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This day in sports: LeBron James puts Cavaliers on his shoulders in 2007
Some of the top moments in sports history from May 31, including LeBron James' 48 points moving the Cavaliers to the verge of the 2007 NBA Finals.
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Nursing home coronavirus testing remains scattershot, despite being a Newsom priority
State officials want more coronavirus testing in nursing homes
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Fight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC on ESPN 9 with Kanye, Nipsey and DMX
See what the fighters from UFC on ESPN 9 went with as their backing tracks in Las Vegas.        Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 9 Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay: Program total passes $33 millionUFC on ESPN 9 bonuses: Gilbert Burns, Mackenzie Dern pick up extra $50,000UFC on ESPN 9 results: Augusto Sakai continues unbeaten UFC run, outpoints Blagoy Ivanov 
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Column One: A coronavirus commune with 16 people? 'Who's to say we're not family?'
The plan started simply enough. As the pandemic forced schools to shutter in March, three families in Riverside banded together to make sure all their children kept learning.
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How Andrew Cuomo Sold out New York's Seniors | Opinion
Governor Andrew Cuomo has disastrously mishandled nursing homes in New York state.
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Dear Care and Feeding: I’m Worried I Don’t Love My Newborn Enough. Is Something Wrong With Me?
Parenting advice on newborn love, quarantine activities, and social media etiquette.
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Variation on the Word Sleep
Margaret Atwood is best known as the author of The Handmaid’s Tale, a dystopian vision of patriarchal control that established her as a complicated literary prophet in the #MeToo era. But her writing over the past six decades has been prolific and her subject matter wide-ranging, unbounded by the genre or the political conversation that have come to define her public image.Though Atwood has not yet published her fiction in The Atlantic, she has contributed eight poems to the magazine since 1969. In “Variation on the Word Sleep,” first printed in 1980, she offers a stirring expression of love—one remote from the particular traumas of Gilead, but written with some of the same lyrical urgency as her novels.— Annika Neklason
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John Cusack Shares Video, Says Police Came at Him With Batons During Chicago Protests
"Cops didn't like me filming the burning car so they came at me with batons. Hitting my bike," the actor wrote on Twitter.
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Rioting across the nation leaves cities reeling as hundreds arrested, National Guard called in, businesses damaged and at least one dead
Violent riots erupted in dozens of cities across the United States Saturday, leaving at least one dead, dozens injured, hundreds arrested and buildings and businesses in charred ruins as protests over the death of a black Minneapolis man in police custody continued for a fifth day.
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When pro sports return, fans won't be there: Experts debate 'a significantly different game'
When professional sports in the U.S. return, fans will not be in the stands. So how will athletes respond to their new environments?       
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People more important than the economy, pope says about Covid crisis
Pope Francis said on Sunday that people are more important than the economy, as countries decide how quickly to reopen their countries from coronavirus lockdowns.
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UK foreign minister defends 'cautious' lockdown easing
British foreign minister Dominic Raab defended on Sunday (May 31) the government's loosening of the coronavirus lockdown, saying "we are taking very cautious steps".
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Distinguished politicians of the week: They spoke to the country when POTUS would not
We were lucky to have both Tim Walz and Joe Biden step up.
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Police cars burn as violence mars National Day of Protest: George Floyd protests live updates
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz promised to bring "the full force of goodness and righteousness" as law enforcement upheld a curfew in the Twin Cities.       
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Vicarious racism: You don't have to be the victim to be harmed
Police brutality on video, flame and riots on our smartphones. You don't have to be the victim of racism to be harmed by it, experts say.
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Clashes continue for 5th night in dozens of cities as anger boils over
Mayors in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Atlanta and more declared curfews after violent protests.
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