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Three videos piece together the final moments of George Floyd's life
While many questions persist about George Floyd's killing -- namely why a Minneapolis policeman used lethal force while arresting Floyd -- three videos help stitch together the last minutes of the 46-year-old's life.
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Obama puts out guide to 'get to work' on 'real change' amid George Floyd protests
Former President Barack Obama wrote a post on Medium about how to use the moment of the George Floyd protests to make "real change."
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Viral photo shows Louisville cop protected by black protesters when separated from squad during riot
A photo has gone viral showing a group of mostly black men linked arms to protect a lone Louisville Metro Police officer who was separated from his unit when protests turned violent in the city last week in response to the death of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd.
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Seattle cop removes fellow officer’s knee from neck of man detained amid looting, video shows
A Seattle police officer was seen on video pulling a fellow cop’s knee of off the neck of a man who was being detained among a group of looters Saturday night.
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Dramatic footage captures cops charging at protesters on Canal Street
Dramatic video has emerged of NYPD cops in riot gear charging a group of protesters on Canal Street on Sunday night – knocking over and detaining at least one person. The footage shows a line of officers standing about 20 feet from demonstrators with arms held above their heads and yelling, “Hands up! Don’t shoot.”...
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Video shows Jon Jones confront vandals during George Floyd protest
In a video posted to his Instagram account, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is seen confronting vandals in Albuquerque, New Mexico.       
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Prince Andrew is a ‘toxic’ presence and 'a busted flush' to royal family, won’t return anytime soon: report
Prince Andrew is a “toxic” presence to the British royal family and won’t be reporting to duty anytime soon.
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NYPD seeks pair who vandalized St. Patrick’s Cathedral amid George Floyd protests
New York City police said Monday they are looking for a pair of vandals who damaged iconic St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Midtown Manhattan during the weekend’s protests over police custody killing of George Floyd.
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Baltimore praises peaceful protests, decides against curfew
Baltimore Mayor Bernard “Jack” Young decided against imposing a citywide curfew Sunday as a large group of people marched through downtown peacefully and the city did not see the kind of destruction and violence seen in other protests around the country
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George Floyd’s Family to Release Results of an Independent Autopsy
The results, set to be announced Monday, comes days after the family disputed findings from the preliminary autopsy
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Roller coasters in Denmark limited to one party per train
Roller coasters are about to get lonelier. Theme parks in Denmark preparing to reopen are figuring out how to implement new regulations put in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. One impact of these new rules means that some roller coaster riders may get more space to themselves. The guidelines require theme parks...
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Atlanta Police Attempt to Disperse Protesters Backfires as Wind Blows Tear Gas Back Into Their Faces
Up to 3,000 National Guard members have been authorized by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp to provide assistance amid the ongoing protests.
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'Last Week Tonight' Host John Oliver Criticizes Donald Trump and Police, Says they Mishandled George Floyd Protests
"When a man like Donald Trump uses the word 'thugs', you know exactly what it's code for," John Oliver said on "Last Week Tonight" on Sunday.
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Looters ransack Soho stores during George Floyd protests
Looters left behind a path of destruction in Manhattan on Monday morning — with some brazenly continuing the crime spree in Soho an hour after dawn. At 6:45 a.m., a man with a seemingly empty backpack was spotted by a Post reporter ducking into Celine on Wooster Street through a broken glass window, as his...
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Seattle police accused of macing child during George Floyd protest
A Seattle police officer was accused of macing a child at a George Floyd protest over the weekend, prompting authorities to launch an investigation, according to reports. Footage showed the young girl coughing and screaming as bystanders rush to pour milk and water on her during Saturday’s demonstrations. Evan Hreha, who filmed the aftermath, said...
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Lady Gaga calls President Trump a 'fool' and a 'racist'
Lady Gaga became the latest celebrity to speak out on the death of George Floyd and lay blame for the unfolding situation across the country on President Trump. 
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What's It Really Like Inside the President's Secret Bunker?
Photos from 2001 give us an idea of what it looks like inside the space known as the Presidential Emergency Operations Center.
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White House Goes Completely Dark As Protests Rage Outside
The president stopped tweeting about “LAW & ORDER.”
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Coronavirus isolated them in their rooms. Now, old-age home residents reconnect by spinning Elvis on the radio.
The elderly’s own online station breaks up the loneliness in vulnerable nursing homes.
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John Legend says his friendship with Kanye West has evolved
John Legend and Kanye West are in "different places," according to the singer.
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Shooting at Grand Forks Air Force Base Leaves 2 Active Duty Members Dead, Military Officials Say
United States Air Force officials say an early Monday morning shooting incident has left two members of the 319th Reconnaissance Wing active duty members dead.
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George Floyd's Son Says Violent Protests Won't 'Solve Anything,' Joins Peaceful Demonstration
"My dad is in peace, and we have to be the ones to deal with all this stress," Quincy Mason Floyd said.
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NYC police commissioner on night of violent riots, looting: 'It turned dark and it turned ugly'
New York City Police Commissioner Dermot Shea joined “Fox & Friends” on Monday describing the “four days in a row of significant protests” over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody as “a dark time.”
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The third named storm of the year is brewing on the first day of hurricane season
Today marks the first official day of Atlantic hurricane season, which runs through November 30, with another named storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Sharks' Evander Kane calls on high-profile athletes to speak out on racism
San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane called on other high-profile white professional athletes to speak out on the police-involved death of George Floyd which sparked mass protests across the U.S.
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Brother says George Floyd would urge peace "if he was here"
There have been anti-police protests​ in all 50 states during the past several days.
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Lance Armstrong still bitter at ‘piece of s–t’ Floyd Landis
Any simmering Chicago Bulls feuds have nothing on Lance Armstrong’s animosity towards former cycling teammate Floyd Landis. In ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary about his rise and fall, Armstrong says, “It could be worse. I could be Floyd Landis … waking up a piece of s–t every day.” Is that what he really thinks? “That’s...
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India ends COVID lockdown despite soaring infections
End of world's biggest coronavirus lockdown will be a relief to millions struggling to survive, but the "economic focus" is a gamble.
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Sen. John Barrasso: Coronavirus recovery – Infrastructure bills are a start. Why won't House Dems help?
Republicans and Democrats in the Senate are unifying around three infrastructure bills to fix America’s highways, ports and water systems.
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Best Generator For Hurricane Season 2020: Deals From Home Depot, Lowe's and Costco
Florida residents can purchase generators costing less than $750 without paying sales tax until June 4.
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Drive-in movie benefit coming to the Hamptons
A two-night drive-in screening on a Bridgehampton farm will take place on June 12 and 13, with proceeds to food pantries in East Hampton and Southampton.
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Facebook workers speak out against Zuckerberg’s policy on Trump posts
Some Facebook employees are slamming the social network for not following Twitter’s example in flagging posts from President Trump. Numerous Facebook workers — including a number identifying themselves as high-level employees — criticized the company on Twitter over the weekend as protests over the death of George Floyd gripped the nation. “Mark is wrong, and...
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White House calls for 'law and order' as violent protests rage
The White House on Monday called for "law and order" and blamed agitators for a sixth straight night of violent nationwide U.S. protests triggered by anger over racial inequities and excessive police force.
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'So thankful to be back': Italy, first to lockdown in Europe, is slowly reopening, welcoming back tourists
Starting Wednesday, Italy will allow travelers from the 25 other members of the Schengen Area in Europe to come to Italy with no restrictions.        
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Apple CEO Tim Cook slams ‘senseless’ George Floyd death, pledges donation
Apple CEO Tim Cook condemned the “senseless” police killing of George Floyd in a note to employees announcing that the tech giant would donate money in response to the incident. In the Sunday memo, Cook cast Floyd’s death as the latest manifestation of systemic racism that has affected even his own staff. Just 9 percent...
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Tom Cotton says looting, anarchy can't be tolerated: 'It must end tonight'
Sen. Tom Cotton on Monday “commended” President Trump for designating Antifa as a terrorist organization because the commander in chief and the Department of Justice can enable the necessary tools to stop them.
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High court declines to take up Sanders supporters' lawsuit
The Supreme Court is declining to revive a lawsuit by supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders who sued the Democratic National Committee in 2016 over claims officials improperly tipped the scales for Hillary Clinton during the nominating process
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Dale Murphy says son was shot with rubber bullet while 'peacefully protesting' George Floyd's death
Dale Murphy said his son was shot in the eye with a rubber bullet while he was "peacefully protesting for justice for George Floyd" in Denver.       
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Uber Hourly: New $50 ride option lets you make as many stops as you need within 60 minutes
The Uber driver is all yours for an hour and you can make as many stops as you need to grab groceries and other errands.      
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Tense protest at Iowa police station ends in peace as officers, protesters kneel together
A tense protest ended with a show of peaceful solidarity in Des Moines, Iowa, when police officers and protesters knelt in honor of George Floyd.       
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio's daughter Chiara de Blasio arrested during George Floyd protest
Chiara de Blasio was arrested Saturday, according to the NYPD. She is one of thousands arrested during protests over the death of George Floyd.       
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Halsey opens up about her experiences protesting over the weekend
Halsey took to the streets of Los Angeles over the weekend to take part in the protests in the wake of George Floyd's death.
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Matchup Roundup: New UFC fights announced in the past week (May 25-31)
All the UFC fight announcements that were broken or confirmed by MMA Junkie in the past week.        Related StoriesDaniel Rodriguez wants to keep on rolling after eighth straight win at UFC on ESPN 9Video shows Jon Jones confront vandals during George Floyd protest in AlbuquerqueChris Gutierrez wants Andre Ewell or Miles Johns after leg kick-heavy UFC on ESPN 9 win 
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Several cadets brought back for graduation at West Point test positive for Covid-19
About 15 cadets from the US Military Academy Class of 2020 who were brought back for graduation where President Donald Trump is scheduled to give the commencement address have tested positive for coronavirus, according to a US Army spokesperson.
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Stocks slide as Wall Street grapples with protests and China tensions
US stocks slid Monday as Wall Street grappled with mounting unrest over police brutality and continued tensions with China.
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UFC fighter Jon Jones takes spray cans from demonstrators as protests turn destructive
UFC fighter Jon "Bones" Jones has posted a video on his official Instagram account that appears to show the mixed martial arts star confronting two men who he said were "destroying our cities" as protests spread across the US following George Floyd's death.
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Protests force Walmart, CVS, and Target to close some stores
Amazon said it adjusted routes and suspended some deliveries to keep drivers safe in cities such as Minneapolis and Seattle.
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Former MLB star Dale Murphy says his son was injured while protesting the death of George Floyd
Tyson Murphy suffered a deep cut near his left eye while marching in Denver.
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