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NBA Commissioner Adam Silver addresses racial inequality, police brutality protests in league memo
In response to nationwide protests, Adam Silver wrote: "Racism, police brutality and racial injustice remain part of everyday life in America."        
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Delta working with union to avoid furloughing 2,300 pilots
Delta Air Lines Inc (DAL.N) and its pilots union said on Sunday they are working to avoid furloughs of roughly 2,300 pilots following a reshuffling process meant to match staffing to summer 2021 flying. Delta said this month that it would have more pilots than needed as it reduces its network and fleet due to...
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'Deliberate, thoughtful love-making': Inside 'Insecure's' most romantic episode yet
"Insecure" co-star Natasha Rothwell wrote the game-changing capsule episode of the HBO comedy, featuring Issa Rae and Jay Ellis.
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Jason Riley: Blanket media coverage giving false impression that Floyd incident 'happens to black people every day'
Wall Street Journal columnist and Fox News contributor Jason Riley defended law enforcement amid protests over the death of George Floyd.
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Nationwide George Floyd riots are the price of liberalism: Devine
The tragedy of the riots sparked by George Floyd’s death was brought home by a distraught elderly black woman interviewed by the local ABC affiliate in her ruined south Minneapolis neighborhood. “These people did this for no reason,” wept Stephanie Wilford, who lives in an apartment next to where shops were looted and burned Friday...
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'Walk with us': Sheriff removes helmet, joins peaceful protest in Flint
The sheriff joined protesters after condemning former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in connection with the death of George Floyd.        
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Nick Cordero's wife Amanda Kloots is still 'praying for a miracle' recovery, gives update
Amanda Kloots gives an update on her Broadway actor husband Nick Cordero's condition. We're "hoping for miracles every day," Kloots said.        
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'Insecure' star Kendrick Sampson says he was shot with rubber bullets 7 times during George Floyd protest
Actor Kendrick Sampson said he was shot seven times with rubber bullets by police in Los Angeles on Saturday during a protest over the death of George Floyd.
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Minnesota Attorney General Will Take Lead in George Floyd Case, Governor Says
The decision to have Attorney General Keith Ellison take the lead comes after requests from activists, some City Council members and a civil rights group
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Famed DC monuments defaced after night of protests
The affected monuments, which were photos of which were posted in a tweet by the National Mall National Park Service (NPS), included the Lincoln Memorial, the World War II Memorial and the statue of General Casimir Pulaski. It is not clear whether there were further monuments that were vandalized. 
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Truck drives into protesters on Minneapolis highway
A tanker truck drove through thousands of people marching on a Minneapolis highway to protest the death of George Floyd on Sunday before protesters dragged the driver from the cab and beat him, according to a Reuters witness and authorities.
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Ex-ESPN reporter called out for altering views of George Floyd protesters
A former ESPN reporter was criticized on Twitter for slamming protesters who tried to storm a gated community near his California home — days after supporting the efforts of Minneapolis demonstrators who ignited a building. Chris Palmer, an NBA reporter, on Saturday blasted the “animals” who destroyed a Starbucks, tried to trespass into a nearby...
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Anti-Trump Republican group attacks Trump on race in new ad
The anti-Trump Republican group, The Lincoln Project, is planning to air a new attack ad blasting President Donald Trump's record on race relations in the US.
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Henrik Lundqvist is itching to take back his Rangers throne
Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist says he’s not done yet. In a candid interview with Swedish newspaper Göteborgs-Posten (The Gothenburg Post), the King expressed his belief that he can play “another few years” in the NHL and said he intends to fight for a return to the throne as the Rangers’ No. 1 goalie if the...
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Trump and Biden called Floyd's brother. Hear the difference
CNN's Don Lemon asks George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery's families about whether or not they received a phone call from President Donald Trump.
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India's rural health care workers push for more coronavirus pay
During the coronavirus crisis, Indian women are being asked to perform new tasks: survey residents on their travel histories and health symptoms, help with contact tracing and arrange testing.
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De Blasio visits Brooklyn communities shaken by George Floyd protests
Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night visited parts of Brooklyn that endured “challenging dynamics” during protests over George Floyd’s death. After two nights of heated demonstrations in the area — where protesters and cops clashed — the mayor walked around Flatbush and Bedford-Stuyvesant listening to the concerns of community leaders. The mayor spoke to elected...
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From 1995: Christo & Jeanne-Claude put Berlin’s Reichstag under wraps
The artist Christo, who – teamed with his wife Jeanne-Claude – became renowned for monumental, transformative works of public art, died May 31, 2020 at age 84. In this “CBS Sunday Morning” report which originally aired on June 25, 1995, correspondent Martha Teichner reported from Berlin on one of their most famous works: Wrapping the Reichstag in fabric, which revealed as much as it concealed.
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Barstool Sports' Dave Portnoy talks police, racism, protests gripping US
Barstool founder Dave Portnoy, known by fans as “El Presidente,” posted a viral video on Twitter Sunday afternoon where, he discussed the current climate in the U.S.
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For years they've been seen as quiz show criminals. A new TV series may change that
AMC's "Quiz" follows Charles and Diana Ingram, a U.K. couple embroiled in a cheating scandal on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" It also questions their guilt.
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Watch CNN's very first day on air in 1980
The world's first 24-hour news network came to life on June 1, 1980. Watch a behind the scenes look at what CNN looked like on its first day.
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This is what online shopping looked like more than 20 years ago
Online shopping grows every year as many traditional retailers struggle. Butin 1998, online shopping was just taking off. Watch CNN's coverage of Macy's brand new online store.
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JR Smith beats up a man he alleges broke a window on his truck
Former NBA star JR Smith is captured on camera beating up a man who he alleges broke a window on his truck while protests were going on nearby.
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Atlanta mayor: Two police officers fired over excessive use of force during George Floyd protest
Atlanta's mayor fired two cops and placed three under desk duty pending review over the use of excessive force during the protest.       
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16 cities call in National Guard as protests rage
At least 30 US cities were hit with massive demonstrations over the weekend over the police-custody death of George Floyd, with more than two dozen ordering curfews and at least 16 calling in the National Guard. Looting, fires and scuffles continued into Sunday nationwide, after violent clashes between demonstrators and police saw hundreds in custody...
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The Most 'Billions'-y Things That Happened on 'Billions' Season 5, Episode 5
Grudges! Talk of destruction! A super-on-the-nose reference to "The Godfather!" "Billions" remains "Billions."
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George Floyd Reverberates Globally: Thousands Protest In Germany, U.K., Canada
The killing of George Floyd has sprung a global movement against inequality and racism; protests were seen over the weekend in the U.K., Germany and Canada.
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Late crash gives Brad Keselowski unlikely win at Bristol
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Brad Keselowski has a new crew and is fighting for a new contract at Team Penske. His confidence is still intact and he’s convinced he can compete for a championship this year. Being in the right place at the right time is helping. Keselowski inherited his second win in a week when...
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Juan Williams: Protests are a build up of coronavirus tensions and 'incredible wave' of abuse by police
The national unrest sparked by the death of George Floyd is complex and multifaceted, "The Five" co-host Juan Williams said Sunday, outlining the "three levels" of frustration felt by protesters around the country.
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Tanker Truck Speeds Into Thousands of George Floyd Protesters on Minneapolis Bridge
The truck was already on the freeway before it was closed for traffic about an hour before the incident.
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A serious divide exists among Trump advisers over how to address nights of protests and riots in US after Floyd's death
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The Death of George Floyd: A Timeline
From the moment he said "I can't breathe" to protests and violence in cities across the US, George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers has reignited the discussion about race and police brutality in America. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
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Protesters outside White House pledge 'no justice, no peace' after George Floyd's death
Cries for justice in George Floyd's death rang outside the White House.       
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Beyoncé demands justice for George Floyd
Beyoncé is asking her legions of fans to take action after the death of George Floyd.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio’s daughter, Chiara, arrested at Manhattan protest
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s daughter was arrested at a Manhattan protest on Saturday night, law enforcement sources told The Post on Sunday. Chiara de Blasio, 25, was taken into custody around 10:30 p.m. after cops declared an unlawful assembly at 12th Street and Broadway in Lower Manhattan, the sources said. “That was...
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NYU-trained lawyer accused of hurling Molotov cocktail at marked NYPD vehicle
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.
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Floyd family questions Minneapolis police chief on live TV
CNN's Sara Sidner stops mid sentence to ask the Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo a question on behalf of George Floyd's family. This was the first direct communication the Floyd family has had with the police department.
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Formula 1 champ Lewis Hamilton criticizes motorsports' silence over George Floyd: 'I stand alone'
"I see those of you who are staying silent, some of you the biggest stars yet you stay silent in the midst of injustice," Hamilton wrote on Instagram.       
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Tanker truck drives into protesters as U.S. cities fear another night of violent protests
A tanker truck drove into a throng of protesters on a closed interstate near Minneapolis on Sunday, with the driver pulled from his rig and beaten, as major U.S. cities imposed curfews in fear of another night of demonstrations against police brutality descending into violence.
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In Long Beach, protesters confront looters targeting a shopping center
As protesters demonstrated against police abuse on Ocean Boulevard in Long Beach on Sunday, some looters hit a nearby shopping center.
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Son of Minnesota’s attorney general: 'I hereby declare, officially, my support for ANTIFA'
The son of Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison tweeted on Sunday that he is declaring his support for Antifa after President Trump said that his administration would be declaring it a "Terrorist Organization."
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NHL plans to test players for COVID-19 daily if games resume
Nick Foligno watches Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s coronavirus briefings and appreciates the value of the information. It is part of the reason the Columbus captain supports NHL players undergoing daily testing if the season resumes.
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Antonio Brown trains with Deion Sanders, working on NFL comeback
Former All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown is trying to work his way back into the NFL, and he has a Hall of Famer in his corner helping him out and giving him some advice.
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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announces state attorney general will prosecute George Floyd case, protests continue in Minneapolis
As Minneapolis braced for more protests Sunday, the governor announced Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison will lead the Floyd case.      
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‘America Has Its Knee on People of Color.’ Why George Floyd’s Death Was a Breaking Point
Why this time may be different for racial justice protests in America
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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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