Trump campaign launches 'You Ain't Black' website amid Biden controversy

President Trump’s 2020 campaign has quickly created a new website as part of efforts to capitalize on a controversy that has engulfed Democratic rival Joe Biden -- after the former vice president said that black Americans who have a hard time “figuring out” whether to support him or Trump “ain’t black.”
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9-year-old girl delivers powerful message at George Floyd protest
A 9-year-old Ohio girl urged adults during a George Floyd protest to unite in condemning his murder in a powerful video shared on social media. Aubrey Johnson stood in the middle of a crowd and used a megaphone to declare “black lives should matter as much as white lives” at a protest in Lancaster, Ohio,...
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Piers Morgan tells Rudy Giuliani on live TV: You've gone completely mad and you sound deranged
Piers Morgan's live interview with Rudy Giuliani on Thursday devolved into a heated argument, that at times turned very personal, on ITV's "Good Morning Britain."
Right-wing extremists arrested for planning riots at protests in Las Vegas
A trio of right-wing extremists with military backgrounds have been busted for plotting riots at George Floyd protests in Las Vegas — part of a plan to overthrow the government, according to the federal prosecutors. Army reservist Andrew T. Lynam Jr., 23, former Navy man Stephen T. Parshall, 35, and former Air Force man William...
California cop fatally shoots suspected looter after mistaking hammer for gun
Sean Monterrosa was on his knees outside a Walgreens in the San Franciso Bay Area city of Vallejo on Tuesday when the officer fired five shots at him through his vehicle's windshield, according to ABC 7.
Thousands of people are volunteering to be laid off
Who would want to lose their job in the middle of the worst job market since the Great Depression? Believe or not, thousands of people would.
Jesse McCartney mourns the death of Dream Street bandmate Chris Trousdale
McCartney posted the touching tribute to Trousdale on Wednesday.
'Dear...' and '2040' look for rays of hope amid dark times
Amid dark times, a pair of projects premiere this weekend that offer elusive rays of hope. Apple TV+ introduces "Dear...," a series profiling famous people and their positive impact on the lives of others, while the documentary "2040" explores the possibility of achieving progress on climate change in time to benefit the filmmaker's four-year-old daughter, as well as kids like her.
West Point Graduates Test Positive for Coronavirus Ahead of Trump-Hosted Commencement
More than 15 members of West Point's graduating class tested positive for the coronavirus upon their return academy
Watch Rudy Giuliani and Piers Morgan duke it out on air
On "Good Morning Britain" host Piers Morgan got in a verbal altercation with former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani.
What 'Law & Order'-type crime shows can (and can't) tell us about views of policing
The police show is one of TV's most durable staples. And after 30 years of "Law & Order" and its spinoffs, the genre finds itself again drawn into a conversation about how all those cops and crimes, neatly resolved in an hour, shapes the way the public views police and policing amid widespread protests about systemic injustice.
Travel technology company develops social distance middle seat designs for plane travel during pandemic
The middle seat is getting an upgrade.
GOP senator says she's 'struggling' on whether to back Trump
Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska broke with many of her Republican colleagues Thursday, applauding an op-ed by General James Mattis that condemned President Donald Trump's actions this week.
Charlamagne Tha God says talk with Rush Limbaugh was a 'waste of time'
“The Breakfast Club” co-host Charlamagne Tha God said his recent discussion with Rush Limbaugh was a waste of time because it felt like a “performance” by the conservative talk radio legend.
Woman who had to cancel birthday trip because of coronavirus recreates entire vacation at home in viral video
There will be no crying for this birthday.
NYPD commissioner says NYC does not need active duty military to control the protests
New York Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said on Thursday his city "absolutely" does not need active duty US military soldiers to control protests.
Green Bay Packers post video with players, coach Matt LaFleur calling for social, policy reform
The Packers released a one-minute, 55-second video Thursday on Twitter addressing George Floyd's death and the need for change.
North Korea conducting massive cyber threats against US, other countries, reports say
North Korea is conducting a wide-ranging malicious campaign against the U.S. and global targets, according to several reports.
Why Trump's 'law and order' rhetoric may not be as effective as it was for Nixon and Reagan
President Donald Trump has returned to an old playbook, launching a heavy-handed "law and order" campaign that recalls the message employed with success by modern Republican predecessors, from Richard Nixon to Ronald Reagan to George H.W. Bush, dating back more than 50 years.
Iran releases US Navy veteran Michael White after nearly two years
President Trump announced Thursday that Iran has released US Navy veteran Michael White after detaining him for almost two years. White, 48, was detained in July 2018 after reportedly visiting a woman in the Iranian city Mashhad. He received a 10-year sentence for crimes including insulting Iran’s theocratic leader Ayatollah Khamenei. “I am to happy...
Senate Judiciary punts on subpoena authorization for Obama officials in Russia probe review
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday held off on approving subpoenas for documents and testimony from top Obama Administration officials as part of the panel's investigation into the origins of the Russia probe during the 2016 presidential election.
"People just don't want to be killed. Period.": Anti-apartheid leader on protests
"People are feeling exhausted about us talking about racism. Try living it," says U.N. Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka​,
YouTube star Jake Paul charged with criminal trespass, unlawful assembly in alleged Scottsdale mall looting
YouTuber Jake Paul has been charged by police in Scottsdale, Ariz. after he was caught on camera allegedly looting from a mall in the area over the weekend.
Hear James Clapper's warning about America
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper warns of the "worrisome" characteristics of instability he is seeing in the US following President Donald Trump's threat to deploy military force to states.
House will tackle police brutality, racial profiling in June 10 hearing
The House Judiciary Committee will host a June 10 hearing in the wake of George Floyd's death to tackle racial profiling, police brutality and the fractured relationship between police departments and the communities they serve, marking the first step for the House to pass police reform legislation.
Ex-analyst under Obama guarantees bail for alleged bomb-throwing lawyer
A former intelligence analyst who worked in both the Departments of State and Defense during the Obama administration guaranteed bail for a New York lawyer who allegedly fired bombed an NYPD vehicle — calling her “my best friend.” Salmah Rizvi, a NYU Law grad who now works for the prestigious DC firm Ropes & Grey,...
Antarctica research station sees sun set for last time in 5 weeks, enters ‘twilight zone’
Expeditioners at the bottom of the world are now in what's known as the "twilight zone" after the sun set for the last time in several weeks.
White defendant in shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery used racial slur, investigator says
One of the white men charged in the Georgia killing of Ahmaud Arbery used a racial slur after shooting the unarmed black man, an investigator for the prosecution said in court on Thursday, an explosive new allegation in one of the cases roiling race relations in the United States.
A beer can't solve racial inequality. But craft brewers are hoping it's a start
Craft breweries across the United States are planning to launch a new beer in support of equality for people of color, joining other brands in responding to the growing unrest over racial issues.
Kelz of ‘Too Hot To Handle’ blasts co-star for using him in post on racism
"DO NOT use me to further your social media gains and to get likes, DO NOT use this movement of #blacklivesmatter because it's a trending # for you."
Dallas man who lost eye to projectile during protests demands answers
A Dallas man lost his eye to a projectile that struck him during a George Floyd demonstration, according to a report. Brandon Saenz, who is black, said he was peacefully protesting Saturday afternoon near Dallas City Hall when he encountered cops about 10 to 15 feet away from him, news station WFAA reported. “And then...
George Floyd's friend who was in the car with him says he did not resist arrest
George Floyd did not resist arrest as he pleaded with police officers before his death in Minneapolis, a friend told The New York Times Wednesday.
New York City Jail Inmate Dies After Being Pepper Sprayed in Cell
Jamel Floyd was 'unresponsive' after the incident and was later pronounced dead at the hospital
Study suggests Mars may have been a ringed planet in ancient past
There are four planets in the Solar System that have rings — Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. A new study, however, suggests that Mars may have also once been a ringed planet. The research highlights that one of Mars’ moons, Deimos, has a slightly altered orbit that suggests there was something responsible for its slight...
Nolte: Polls Show Trump's Reelection Numbers Trending the Wrong Way
Trump's done a solid job managing both the coronavirus and the riots. He's also said a lot of the right things, but his refusal to calm down, project steadiness, and rise above it all is undermining all the good work.
Cotton: Internal Pushback at NY Times over Op-ed 'Exposes the Hypocrisy of All These Woke Progressives Who Claim to Defend Liberal Values'
Thursday on Fox News, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) responded to the backlash from within The New York Times for the paper's decision to publish an editorial promoting the use of the Insurrection Act to quell the civil unrest throughout the country tied to the death of George Floyd.
Las Vegas casinos and hotels reopen after coronavirus closings
The casino coronavirus closure has ended. Cards are being dealt, dice are rolling and slot machines flashed and jingled for the first customers who started gambling again early Thursday in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada. “The past few months have presented our city with an unprecedented challenge,” said Derek Stevens, owner of two downtown Las...
Blac Chyna launching music career with single ‘Seen Her’
It's unclear when her first single will be released.
The Senate is slipping from Republicans
While Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden is the big-ticket race in November, the fight for Senate majority is also crucially important. Chris Cillizza explains why the Trump White House is becoming increasingly nervous about losing the majority in the Senate in 2020, and the impact that loss could have.
Nets’ playoff spot suddenly at risk with NBA’s restart plan
The Knicks won’t join the Nets in Orlando. But the Nets could still join the Knicks in the lottery. The 22-team proposal to restart the season that is expected to be approved Thursday by the Board of Governors has made the Nets’ playoff plans a little more precarious than the other 22-team scenario. In one...
George Floyd's life honored at memorial service in Minneapolis
The memorial service was held at North Central University in Minneapolis. Floyd was killed on May 25 after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck.
John Lewis says his health is improving
Civil rights activist and longtime Democratic Rep. John Lewis of Georgia said his health is improving in an interview on Thursday.
Donald Trump: Joe Biden Failed Black Community for 43 Years
President Donald Trump on Wednesday criticized former Vice President Joe Biden for failing the black community during his 43-year career as a public official.
Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond to come down 'as soon as possible,' Va. gov says; 4 others on Monument Avenue to be removed, too
The Robert E. Lee statue and other Confederate monuments on Richmond's Monument Avenue will be removed amid protests over George Floyd's death.
Franklin Graham not offended by Trump’s Bible photo, slams other clergy
President Trump's surprise walk to St. John's Church Monday night was condemned by Democratic leaders and clergy in Washington, but praised by his most prominent evangelical supporter.
MMA Junkie Radio #3058: UFC 250 preview, Rose Namajunas, new bookings, more
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Man accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery used racial expletives after shooting him, court hears
The Georgia man who allegedly shot Ahmaud Arbery while he was he was jogging on a residential street stood over the 25-year-old's lifeless body, using racial expletives, according to testimony given Thursday in a Gynn Country courtroom.