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LeBron James and even Michael Jordan join NBA stars speaking out on racial injustice
In the wake of George Floyd's death, NBA players and coaches are speaking out once again about racial injustice and what must change.
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Amani Toomer unloads on ‘lacking’ Giants wide receivers
It was an every-so-often discussion, and each time Eli Manning artfully navigated around the question, praising while never actually comparing one group to the other. Every few summers, Manning was asked, “Is this the best group of wide receivers you’ve ever had?’’ Before too long, he anticipated this query in training camp and cracked a...
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Secret Service took Trump to underground White House bunker amid George Floyd protests, official says
The Secret Service took President Trump to the White House's underground bunker as protests over the in-custody death of George Floyd intensified Friday night outside the complex, a senior administration official confirmed to Fox News.
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Man Attacked and Arrested After Driving Semi-Truck Into Crowd Of Protestors In Minneapolis
The incident occurred on I-35W in Minneapolis shortly after officers from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety closed the highway as protestors approached.
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Not your ordinary spa day: Spa chain snags $5.6M in coronavirus relief
A cash-strapped airport spa chain snagged $5.6 million in federal coronavirus aid weeks after warning investors that its independent auditor had raised “substantial doubt” about its ability to continue operating amid hefty losses, The Post has learned. New York-based XpresSpa told investors it had obtained the Payroll Protection Program loan in a May 7 regulatory...
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Minneapolis is trying to recover after days of George Floyd protests – one bag of garbage and one food donation at a time
Some carried garbage bags and brooms. Others handed out food for the needy. Minneapolis is trying to pick up the pieces        
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George Floyd unrest: Major cities brace for riots with National Guard troops mobilized
The National Guard’s top general on Sunday said Guard units in nearly half of U.S. states have been mobilized to help major cities deal with riots sparked by the death of Minnesota man George Floyd, as they braced for what could be another night of destructive violence.
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Rising Oswald Peraza could be Yankeess next homegrown shortstop
Part 4 in a series analyzing the Yankees’ top prospects While it is obvious Yankees minor leaguers are playing for the organization, there is no denying they are also showcasing their talent for other teams that might want to acquire them. Following the 2018 season, the Yankees used Justus Sheffield a 2014 first-round pick of...
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'Quiz' on AMC: Can You Answer Charles Ingram's 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?' Questions?
"Quiz" on AMC focuses on Major Charles Ingram, who possibly cheated his way to the top prize on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" But could you have won the million without a coughing accomplice?
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'Killing Eve' Season 4: Will There Be Another Season of the BBC America and AMC Show?
"Killing Eve" may be bringing its current season to a close, but there is good news for fans hoping for Season 4 of the AMC and BBC America hit
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George Floyd: Joe Biden visits site of Wilmington protests during weekend of turmoil
Late Saturday night, Joe Biden released a statement comparing George Floyd's death to Eric Garner's, a black man who died while being arrested.        
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Keselowski wins Bristol NASCAR race as tempers flare between Logano and Elliott
Brad Keselowski inherited his second win of the season after Chase Elliott and Joey Logano collided as they raced for the victory Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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Cities extend curfews for another night in an attempt to avoid violent protests over George Floyd's death
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Mets' Pete Alonso: 'I will not remain silent' on racial injustice
New York Mets star Pete Alonso is the latest high-profile athlete to speak out against racial injustice in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
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CBS Weekend News, May 31, 2020
Police in Twin Cities clash with protesters in another violent night; Ontario photographer uses squirrels as stars of backyard photo sessions.
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Accused Molotov cocktail hurler is Ivy League-educated lawyer, community board member
A Ivy League-educated lawyer and member of a Brooklyn community board was among those arrested for hurling a Molotov cocktail at a marked NYPD vehicle amid George Floyd protests, it was revealed Sunday. Colinford Mattis, 32, was allegedly behind the wheel of a tan minivan as his passenger, fellow attorney Urooj Rahman, allegedly hurled the...
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Trump tweets Antifa will be labeled a terrorist organization but experts believe that's unconstitutional
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Vanessa Bryant posts old photo of Kobe Bryant in 'I Can't Breathe' shirt amid George Floyd death, riots
Vanessa Bryant, the widow of the late Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, shared her thoughts on the death of George Floyd, who was killed by a Minneapolis police officer when he had his knee on Floyd’s neck as he screamed for help and couldn’t breathe.
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Caught in the protest crossfire, Canter's Deli stays open to distribute water
The 24-hour deli on Fairfax fed customers amid clashes between protestors and police
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Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison will lead prosecution in George Floyd case, governor says
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced Sunday evening that state Attorney General Keith Ellison will the prosecution against the former police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd, whose death last week has sparked nationwide protests against police brutality.
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Trump briefly taken to underground bunker amid protests
President Trump was briefly taken to a White House underground bunker as protesters gathered in Washington, according to a White House official and a law enforcement source.
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The birth of the #WalkWithUs movement: Local leaders join George Floyd protesters across US in a show of solidarity
As local leaders have joined protesters to show solidarity in the wake of George Floyd's death, the #WalkWithUs hashtag has blossomed on social media.       
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Protests pose a challenge for Biden: Appealing to older and younger black voters
“He has to meet the moment,” one African American pollster said.
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia cautious as U.S. riots weigh on S&P futures
Asian share markets started on a cautious note and gold gained on Monday as images of riots in burning U.S. cities unnerved investors already tense over Washington's power struggle with Beijing.
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Detroit's top cop to George Floyd protesters: 'We understand' hurt, but will be 'relentless' against criminals
Detroit Police Chief James Craig warned protesters Sunday that he had no plans of backing down following a weekend of violence and national unrest over the death of George Floyd.
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Video shows tanker truck barrel toward Minneapolis protesters
A tanker truck barreled into a crowd of protesters peacefully demonstrating on a shut-down interstate in Minneapolis on Sunday in response to the death of George Floyd. Shocking video showed a sea of marchers on the I-35W bridge running to get out of the way as the semi-trailer zoomed toward them before coming to a...
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Sen. Amy Klobuchar on race, justice and the pandemic
The Minnesota senator and potential vice presidential pick for Joe Biden addressed her record, lessons she's learned and what she thinks has to happen next.
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Queen Elizabeth goes riding in first appearance since virus lockdown
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Truck driver arrested after appearing to drive into protesters
Footage shows a tanker truck approaching a group of protesters at a high speed until it slowly stops and is then surrounded by protesters who pull open both the driver and passenger doors.
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MLB blew its chance to lead sports’ coronavirus return
Fantasy Baseball, 2020: On April 1, Rob Manfred and Tony Clark (imaginarily) held this joint Zoom news conference. Manfred: Tony and I have decided to cancel the 2020 Major League Baseball season today. We see too many hurdles to clear, too many logistical dilemmas to ponder, too many people suffering. All tickets purchased for the...
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Sheriff takes off riot gear and joins peaceful protesters
Genesee County Sheriff Chris Swanson spoke with demonstrators who were met by police officers in riot gear and then joined the protest, according to CNN affiliate WEYI.
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Atlanta mayor: 2 officers fired in ‘excessive force’ arrests
ATLANTA — Two police officers have been fired and three others placed on desk duty over excessive use of force during a protest arrest incident, Atlanta’s mayor said Sunday. Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said at a news conference that she and police Chief Erika Shields made the decision after reviewing body-camera footage of a Saturday...
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National Guard monitors L.A. City Hall as downtown shops clean up
Many downtown L.A. merchants spent Sunday assessing damage from weekend looting.
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What we do and don't know about US extremists
Law enforcement and federal officials say outside elements from both far-right and far-left groups are helping fuel the violent and damaging confrontations that have marred protests across the country in recent days, despite President Donald Trump's focus just on Antifa and the far left.
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Trump briefly taken to underground bunker during Friday's White House protests
As protesters gathered outside the White House Friday night in Washington, DC, President Donald Trump was briefly taken to the underground bunker for a period of time, according to a White House official.
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WWE must be better than uncomfortable Jeff Hardy drunk-driving angle
WWE needs to be better than this. Even with its vast team of writers and the endless wrestling knowledge within the company, the best WWE could come up with was a Jeff Hardy drunk-driving angle to open “SmackDown” Friday night on Fox. While having pro wrestling blur the lines a bit is usually encouraged, working...
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2 Atlanta officers fired after deploying stun guns in arrests during George Floyd protests, mayor says
Two Atlanta police officers who were captured on video forcibly pulling a pair of college students out of their car and placing them under arrest during protests Saturday night have been fired, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Sunday.
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Carbone opening a new pop-up restaurant in Southampton
Carbone, the Village hotspot known for drawing crowds even during the pandemic, will open a pop-up in Southampton on Wednesday, Side Dish has learned. “We will be respecting all the rules. There will be no place to dine, even outside — just nightly takeaway, but we wanted to open where we are and where so many of...
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What's on TV Monday: 'Roswell, New Mexico' on CW; coronavirus
What's on TV Monday, June 1: 'Roswell, New Mexico' on CW; coronavirus; the season finales of 'The Baker and the Beauty' and 'Bakeaway Camp With Martha Stewart'
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Semi-truck appears to try to drive through protesters on Minneapolis interstate
As thousands of people were on the bridge of Minneapolis Interstate 35W protesting the death of George Floyd, a large tanker truck driving at a high speed appears to try hitting protesters. CBSN Minnesota reports.
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NYC restaurants doing delivery to Hamptons amid coronavirus pandemic
New York City restaurants are pulling out all the stops to survive the pandemic, including launching deliveries 90 miles away to the Hamptons. Restaurants from American bistro The Smith to Michelin-starred Carbone have been making the trek to Long Island’s East End in an effort to serve customers who fled the city during the coronavirus...
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Officials Fear George Floyd Protests Could Fuel New Coronavirus Outbreaks
The fear comes at a time when many cities across the country are starting to tentatively reopen for business.
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Semi-Trailer Drives Through George Floyd Protesters Marching in Minneapolis, No Apparent Injuries
The patrol says the driver was injured and taken to a hospital
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Here's a list of more than 85 black-owned food businesses in L.A.
A list of black-owned restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries, food trucks and pop-ups in the Los Angeles area.
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Michael Jordan says he is 'deeply saddened, truly pained and plain angry' about George Floyd's death
Basketball legend Michael Jordan on Sunday sent his condolences to the family of George Floyd and shared his support for protesters fighting for justice.
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Julianne Hough gets support from 'DWTS' judge Carrie Ann Inaba after Brooks Laich split
Julianne Hough has a friend in Carrie Ann Inaba.
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Joe Biden, wearing mask, visits protest site in Delaware
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Sunday visited a location where protesters have been demonstrating against police brutality and racial inequality, according to a photo Biden posted on Instagram, as protests and riots rage across the U.S. following the death of George Floyd last week. 
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Bolsonaro joins rally against Brazil’s Supreme court, alarming justices
BRASILIA – Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro joined a rally on Sunday on horseback as supporters urged the closing of the Supreme Court for investigating the right-wing leader, as one of its justices compared the risks to Brazil’s democracy with Hitler’s Germany. Deepening a political crisis during one of the world’s worst novel coronavirus outbreaks, Bolsonaro...
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