Jimmy Fallon shows support for Black Lives Matter following blackface scandal
"All races have had enough of the abuse of black lives. Things must change," the host tweeted.
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Trump tells governors to 'dominate' as he shrinks from crisis role
As crisis has boiled in the nation's cities, there's been rare agreement on one subject: Neither left nor right is eager to hear from President Trump.
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Thomas Rhett, wife Lauren take stand against racism for their black daughter
The couple spoke out Sunday in separate Instagram posts.
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NASA astronauts 'capture the flag' on the space station and look ahead after historic launch
NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy, Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley reflected on Saturday's NASA-SpaceX launch, discussed the performance of the Endeavour vehicle and talked about their future plans on the space station during a press conference from the International Space Station Monday.
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John Legend on Kanye West friendship: ‘We’re doing our own thing’
Don't expect a Yeezy x John Legend collaboration any time soon.
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First lady Melania Trump condemns riots, urges 'everyone to protest in peace'
First Lady Melania Trump on Monday condemned the violent riots that broke out across the nation over the weekend, and urged protesters to do so “in peace.”
Why Taylor Lewan now ‘feels a lot better’ about Titans not signing Tom Brady
Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan says that Tom Brady’s pedestrian golf skills temper the sting of not signing “the best football player of all time.” “As far as Tom Brady coming, Tom Brady is the best football player of all time there’s no argument there,” Lewan told Michael Giardi of NFL Network recently. “He’s a...
These smackdowns are free: WWE launches no-cost, ad-free version of streaming wrestling network
Wrestling fans will be able to watch recent episodes of WWE programming like "Monday Night Raw," without paying or ads.
Here's why MLB players' distrust in the owners could torpedo a 2020 season
MLB owners and players have little time to save the 2020 baseball season amid the coronavirus outbreak. Trust seems to be a big factor. Here's why.
Man allegedly killed by police in Kentucky, cops say suspect fired first into a crowd breaking curfew
A man was shot and killed in Louisville, Ky., allegedly by officers and National Guard soldiers who were returning fire when shots erupted in a large group of people breaking curfew shortly after midnight on Sunday night.
A Timeline of Jake Paul Scandals: From Everyday Bro to Looting Accusations
Jake Paul has seen his fair share of controversies over the course of his YouTube career.
NASA astronauts describe their historic SpaceX ride to International Space Station
NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken have described their historic ride to the International Space Station in SpaceX’s Dragon Endeavour capsule.
Gov. Cuomo raises possibility of NYC curfew amid George Floyd protests
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday raised the possibility of imposing a curfew on New York City — saying looters had “hijacked” protests over the police killing of George Floyd to break into luxury stores like Rolex and Chanel. “Many cities use a curfew,” Cuomo said. “My basic point is, last night was bad. The criminality,...
Rachel Bonnetta cracks over Clay Travis connection: ‘bulls–t he spews’
“Lock it In” host Rachel Bonnetta pleaded with her Twitter followers, who may also follow her controversial Fox Sports co-host Clay Travis, to unfollow her because she disagrees “with 99.9% of what he says online.” Amid the George Floyd protests across the country calling for the end of racial injustice, Bonnetta shared messages of solidarity...
Justin Bieber admits to feeling ‘shame’ over deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery
"Why did it take these men being killed for me to almost take a blanket over my eyes?"
Turkish mogul Baran Süzer pulls out of buying Miami’s Delano Hotel
Süzer, who is the owner of The Ritz-Carlton, Istanbul, had to forfeit the deposit he had put down in March.
UN report says Taliban is maintaining relations with al Qaeda despite deal with US
A new United Nations report says that the Taliban assured al Qaeda that it would maintain their close links despite the "peace" deal with the organization which the Trump administration has touted as signifying a break between the Taliban and the terror group responsible for the 9/11 terror attacks.
DOJ's Barr sends riot teams to DC, Miami amid violent protests
Attorney General Bill Barr on Monday directed the Bureau of Prisons to send riot teams to Washington, D.C. and Miami to respond to the violent protests and riots that have broken out in the cities and across the country in response to the death of George Floyd, Fox News has learned.
Photos Show George Floyd Protests Nationwide Erupt Into Riots, Flames, and Violence
Violent protests erupted over the weekend in a number of cities including Los Angeles, New York, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and Chicago.
Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo Was Not Looted and There Are No Hippos on Lake Shore Drive
Fake photos surfaced on Twitter during the Chicago protests.
'Valorant' Release Time: When Can You Play Riot Games' New Shooter?
"Valorant" is finally launching, and here's what you need to know about the free-to-play title.
Join Jennifer Weiner to discuss protests and quarantine bubbles
Closing the Borders Won't Flatten The Curve—If Anything, It's Making Things Worse | Opinion
The administration's latest immigration policies are not only cruel and useless against the pandemic: the may actually exacerbate the COVID crisis.
Miniskirt named 'most iconic fashion statement of all time' in British survey
It’s official: Nobody remembers your sweet Members Only jacket from 1983.
DOJ ramps up law enforcement presence amid clashes
Attorney General William Barr is deploying riot teams to Miami and Washington, D.C.
Klay Thompson featured in cryptic TiKTok video amid breakup rumors
Add Klay Thompson and Laura Harrier to the list of quarantine breakups.
NFL linebacker Brandon Marshall recalls protesting during national anthem, understands violent protests
Former Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall said Monday he wasn’t surprised that protests over the police-involved death of George Floyd turned violent over the last few days.
As George Floyd Protests Rage, Chinese Officials and State Media Accuse U.S. of Hypocrisy Over Hong Kong
"I highly suspect that Hong Kong rioters have infiltrated American states," tweeted Hu Xijin, editor of a newspaper published by the Chinese Communist Party.
De Blasio ‘proud’ of daughter Chiara’s arrest during George Floyd protests
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday commented on his daughter’s arrest during a Manhattan protest over the police-involved killing of George Floyd, saying that it was a “surprise” to him, but that he’s “proud” of her. De Blasio, speaking during his daily City Hall press briefing, said that his 25-year-old daughter Chiara did not inform...
Stocks register gains on cautious hopes of economic recovery
US stocks rebounded Monday as Wall Street cautiously bet on an economic recovery despite mounting unrest over police brutality and continued tensions with China.
Truck driver who barreled into Minneapolis protestors held without bail
A tanker truck driver who barreled into a throng of George Floyd protestors in Minneapolis on Sunday is being held without bail on suspicion of assault, according to news reports. Bogdan Vechirko, 35, was taken into custody after he sped into a large crowd of demonstrators on the I-35W bridge and is being held at...
Estrogen Levels May Make Alcohol More Rewarding to Females, Say Authors of Study on Binge-drinking Mice
Findings may mean women drink to excess during certain points in their menstrual cycle.
Obama: 'Let's not excuse violence, or rationalize it, or participate in it'
Obama lays out ideas for 'real change' following George Floyd protests, criticizes looting and vandalism
Former President Barack Obama on Monday published a piece on Medium addressing the nationwide protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd -- laying out his ideas for how the country “can sustain momentum to bring about real change,” while also deriding the violence and looting that have occurred on the fringes of some demonstrations.
Trump’s inability to speak convincingly to anyone but his base is a unique liability in the moment
Trump's demonstrated disinclination to do so is a problem of its own.
Trump unloads on ‘weak’ governors over George Floyd protest response
WASHINGTON — President Trump upbraided several governors in a tense call Monday after days of rioting nationwide amid the marches over the police-custody killing of George Floyd in Minnesota — telling the state leaders they would look like “jerks” if they didn’t come down harder on protesters, according to reports. The president began the conference...
Heat's Udonis Haslem calls for justice in George Floyd case, not proud of violent protests
Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem said Sunday he would be “lying” if he said he was “proud” of what’s going on as some protests in the wake of the police-involved death of George Floyd turned violent leading to businesses being burned and stores being looted.
Two officers fired after street protest arrests
Two Atlanta police officers have been fired and three others placed on desk duty over excessive use of force during a protest arrest incident. (June 1)
A plea for peace: We are moving toward the point of no return
If we’re not careful, our behavior — police and protesters — will open the door to new levels of fury and ferocity that will be difficult to contain.
'Lemon' or not, Trump stuck with Phase 1 China trade deal for now
U.S. President Donald Trump has little choice but to stick with his Phase 1 China trade deal for now despite his anger at Beijing over the coronavirus pandemic, new Hong Kong security rules, and dwindling hopes China can meet U.S. goods purchase targets, people familiar with his administration's deliberations say.
WHO pushes to keep ties with 'generous' U.S. despite Trump's exit move
The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday praised the United States' "immense" and "generous" contribution to global health in a push to salvage relations after President Donald Trump said he was severing ties with the U.N. agency.
John Cusack films altercation with police in Chicago, says his bike was hit with baton
John Cusack shared a video of himself being screamed at by a police officer in Chicago as he allegedly hit his bicycle with a baton.
Minnesota AG: 4 cops will be charged ‘to highest level of accountability’
Minnesota’s attorney general said Monday that he will prosecute the four cops involved in the George Floyd case to “the highest degree of accountability.” “We are reviewing the evidence, and we are reviewing the law, and we are going to charge this case in a manner consistent with the highest level of accountability that the...
‘Bachelor’ alum Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s wife Lauren Burnham suffered a miscarriage
The couple shared the news in a video on Saturday.
WWE star Sonya Deville on becoming ‘Daddy,’ coming out, and her clothing line
Daria Berenato, better known as WWE superstar Sonya Deville, takes some time away from the ring and her Rainbow Love clothing line for some Q&A with The Post’s Joseph Staszewski. (Edited for length and clarity) Q: Where did the inspiration come from to start calling yourself Daddy Deville? A: It came from a year ago...
Owner of Dallas boutique ransacked during protests asks for community to come together: 'I have worked so hard'
Looters ransacked a boutique owned by a black woman during George Floyd protests in Dallas, according to a report Monday.
Who Is Herbert Stempel? The Man Behind the 'Quiz Show' Scandal Dies At 93
Stempel was a reigning champion on the game show "Twenty-One" in the 1950s, until he deliberately lost to Charles Van Doren.