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Enforcement of new high school rules requires collaborative effort
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Father charged with murder in son's death
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Statue of segregationist former mayor removed
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Mini mural project expected to add color to city
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Convicted murderer walks free after 34 years
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Support of black-owned restaurants grows
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Why protesting isn't enough
The path to reform is always long and winding. Ultimately, changing our institutions will require robust federal legislation to make sure that no states are violating the civil rights of Americans, writes Julian Zelizer.
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Coronavirus casts cloud over D-Day commemoration in Normandy
The men stood by themselves on Omaha Beach in the early hours of Saturday, dressed in vintage battle fatigues — with 6 feet between them. They looked out across the water where hundreds of thousands of soldiers — Americans, Brits and Canadians — came ashore on June 6, 1944, to launch the battle that changed...
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As President Trump Condemns ‘Antifa,’ Protest Records Show Scant Evidence
Officials have offered little evidence that antifa-aligned protesters are behind a movement that has appeared in all 50 states
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California Says Film and TV Shoots Can Restart on June 12
June 6 (UPI) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom has declared that TV and film productions may resume in the state on Friday.
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UFC 250: Amanda Nunes vs. Felicia Spencer, odds and analysis
Breaking down the main event from UFC 250: Amanda Nunes (-650) vs. Felicia Spencer (+475) Spencer is a natural featherweight whose arsenal is based on karate, Muay Thai and BJJ. This will be her fourth UFC fight. She’s 2-1, with her sole defeat a tightly contested three-round loss to highly regarded Cris Cyborg. Besides a...
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6-year-old has friendly rivalry with officer after impromptu basketball game
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All officers on response team resign from roles
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State troopers help deliver baby girl in Tampa
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Organization paints positivity on boarded up stores
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Video shows officer with knee on neck area of man
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Officer charged in Tasing also tied to death of man
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Feds arrest man for taking part in fire set at Market House
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Hospital chaplain serves as compassionate presence
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Support growing for changing state's flag
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Bill Maher calls coronavirus lockdown a 'reckless experiment' that fomented protests
The 'Real Time With Bill Maher' host termed the stay-home orders 'reckless' and said they contributed to George Floyd protests.
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Prince Charles and Camilla’s ‘haunted’ former love shack up for sale
The house where Prince Charles wooed a young Diana — and where he later had a tryst with Camilla — can be yours for just over $4 million.
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What it’s like to be a black NYPD sergeant in NYC
I was born and raised in Brooklyn, the son of Jamaican immigrants. I’m a 22-year vet of the NYPD and face the challenges of being an African-American police officer every day.
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Washington's new Black Lives Matter street mural is captured in satellite image
Washington's new BLACK LIVES MATTER mural is so huge, you can see it from space.
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Paul McCartney on George Floyd: 'Saying Nothing Is Not an Option'
Former Beatles frontman Paul McCartney is the latest celebrity to drive the message that "saying nothing is not an option" in the wake of the police involved death of George Floyd.
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Thousands march on White House to protest violence by U.S. police
Thousands of protesters were marching in Washington on Saturday as rallies across the United States to protest the killing of a black man in Minneapolis police custody entered a 12th day and officials moved to rein in law enforcement tactics.
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Maryland Man Charged In Assault On Activists For Racial Justice Along D.C. Area Trail
Police in Maryland say Anthony Brennan III is suspected in the attack on a group of young people who were hanging fliers about the killing of George Floyd. Video of the incident circulated online.
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What ‘King of Staten Island’ doesn’t reveal about Pete Davidson’s life
Plus, who's actually in Pete's coronavirus quarantine circle of trust.
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Here's why the Golden Gate Bridge sings in San Francisco now
You can hear it, no doubt, while sittin' on the dock of the bay.
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Ex-Dodgers star Carl Crawford arrested on assault charge
Former Los Angeles Dodgers star Carl Crawford has been arrested after his former girlfriend accused him of assaulting her during an argument over a man she had begun dating.
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Thousands of mourners assemble outside George Floyd’s private funeral
Saturday’s 3 p.m. funeral for George Floyd will be a private, friends and family service at a North Carolina conference center — but mourners numbering in the thousands have been gathering outside for hours beforehand. Chants of “black power” and “no justice, no peace” rang out as the hearse bearing Floyd’s coffin arrived at around...
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2 affiliated with 'boogaloo' extremist group charged with inciting a riot: SC sheriff
A county sheriff says two members of the “boogaloo” extremist group have been charged with inciting a riot at a May 30 George Floyd protest in a South Carolina city.
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Richard Fowler: After George Floyd death, Trump divides Americans instead of uniting us against racism
You don’t have to be black to know that racism is an evil that should have been expunged from the American soul long ago – but President Trump is clearly oblivious to this indisputable fact.
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Donald Faison and Zach Braff send video message to ATX TV Festival viewers
The festival announced on Friday that they were rescheduling a planned "Scrubs" panel for later this summer.
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D.C. mayor says "we pushed the army away from our city"
Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser spoke to protesters in Black Lives Matter Plaza on Saturday. She told the crowd "if you're like me, on Monday you saw something you hoped you'd never see in the United States of America: Federal police moving on American people peacefully protesting in front of the people's house."
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Alleged Molotov cocktail throwers ‘fought’ their way to the top: friends
They were New York’s answer to the American dream: a couple of Brooklyn kids who clawed their way from humble beginnings to top law schools, good jobs, and valued volunteer work.
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Defense Secretary Mark Esper Orders National Guard in D.C. to Disarm, Wear Soft Caps Instead of Helmets
Esper on Friday ordered National Guard troops in Washington, DC, to disarm and wear soft caps instead of helmets, an official said.
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Murals honor George Floyd and Black Lives Matter movement
Murals honor George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement across the nation and around the world.        
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Two Buffalo Police Officers Charged With Assault for Shoving 75-Year-Old Protester
A group of law enforcement officials gathered outside the Buffalo City Court on Saturday morning to show support for the two suspended officers.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Supports 'Defund the Police' Movement
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) threw her support behind a movement that would defund the New York Police Department in the wake of George Floyd's death, the goal of which is to combat police brutality.
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Bayern joins Black Lives Matter protests as it closes on Bundesliga title
With its players sporting armbands supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, Bayern Munich maintained its seven-point lead atop the Bundesliga with a 4-2 win at fifth-placed Bayer Leverkusen Saturday.
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Op-Ed: Joe Biden: No one can stay silent. No one can ignore justice
We must seize this moment of opportunity to address all the issues that have denied the promise of this nation to so many for so long.
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OPEC and Allied Nations Extend Production Cut of Nearly 10 Million Barrels to Boost Oil Prices
Crude oil prices have been gaining in recent days, in part on hopes OPEC would continue the cut
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Michigan Supreme Court sides with barber who defied coronavirus shutdown
A 77-year-old Michigan barber won a legal battle with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer over her coronavirus shutdown orders — in a stinging unanimous decision of the state Supreme Court. “It is incumbent on the courts to ensure decisions are made according to the rule of law, not hysteria,” Justice David F. Viviano wrote Friday, MLive.com reported....
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John Legend on balancing humorous content amidst ongoing protests
"We still think there's a lot in the world to talk about and make fun of and there's a lot of joy we can share with other people," Legend said.
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