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  1. NYPD shows interest in 'pandemic drones' that outraged Conn. town: report New York City's police department is reportedly considering the use of "pandemic drone" technology to determine if people are infected with coronavirus, even though a Connecticut town has already scrapped its plan due to privacy concerns.
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  2. UK police failed to identify Madeleine McCann suspect in 2012, Portuguese law official says: report A senior Portuguese law enforcement official accused the U.K.'s Metropolitan Police of failing to identify Christian Bruckner in 2012 as a suspect in the case of Madeleine McCann, who disappeared while on vacation with her parents in Portugal at the age of three.
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  3. NYPD releases knife-attack video on officer: 'It was a planned assassination attempt' The NYPD has released a video of what they're describing as a "planned assasination attempt" on one of their officers on Wednesday.
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  4. Minneapolis mayor booed out of protest after reportedly refusing to defund police Minneapolis’ Democratic Mayor Jacob Frey was booed out of a protest on Saturday after reportedly refusing to back far-left calls to defund the Minneapolis Police Department -- a week after riots and looting tore through the city.
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  5. 'Watters' World' exclusive: Pence hits Biden over silence on riot victims, defends Trump's church visit Vice President Mike Pence addressed President Trump's visit earlier this week to St. John's Episcopal Church while appearing on Saturday's "Watters' World" for an exclusive interview, and he also slammed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for not addressing the victims of the looting and rioting.
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  6. Latest Banksy art shows burning American flag in Floyd tribute The mysterious artist has added his voice to the discussion despite initial reservations that it was not his fight.
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  7. Thousands cross NYC's Brooklyn Bridge as George Floyd protests continue After more than a week of George Floyd protests, thousands of New Yorkers gathered Saturday for another day of demonstrations against police brutality and racial equality in the U.S.
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  8. Cuomo, under fire for coronavirus response, declares New York 'crushed' the curve New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared Saturday that New York “crushed” the curve and “did the impossible” as the state begins to re-open after the peak of the coronavirus pandemic appears to have passed -- even as he faces criticism over his handling of the virus.
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  9. Senior Trump aide apologizes after promoting video of chainsaw-wielding man yelling racial slur One of President Trump's senior campaign advisers has apologized after promoting a tweet praising a chainsaw-wielding man who used a racial slur while admonishing protests.
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  10. Andy Puzder: Falling jobless rate shows economy is recovering from coronavirus closures, as Trump predicted President Trump was right all along when he said America’s strong and growing economy would bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic faster than almost anybody expected.
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  11. George Floyd, BLM protests take place on 3 continents The demands for police reform and justice for George Floyd have become a global movement.
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  12. Pompeo hits back against China's 'obscene propaganda' following George Floyd's death Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Saturday blasted the Chinese Communist Party’s "obscene propaganda" in the wake of George Floyd's killing and accused the Chinese government of a "callous exploitation" of Floyd's death.
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  13. Federal judge restricts Denver police tear gas use at George Floyd protests A federal judge has issued an order restricting the use of tear gas at George Floyd protests by the Denver Police Department.
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  14. Utah defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley suspended over 2013 text that included 'racist language' Utah Utes defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley was suspended Friday after the university was made aware of a text message he sent in 2013 that included a racial slur.
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  15. Neighbor on why she started GoFundMe account for disabled Minneapolis woman displaced by Floyd riots Following an emotional interview with KSTP last week, a GoFundMe account was created for a disabled Minneapolis woman named Stephanie Wilford, after she described how recent riots and looting, related to the death of George Floyd, have upended her life. Fox News later reached out to the account organizer to ask how the relief effort got started. 
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  16. Construction worker dies after falling more than 100 feet from Chargers, Rams new stadium: report An ironworker died Friday morning after falling more than 100 feet while working on the construction of a new stadium for the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers, according to a report.
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  17. Oakland A's owner John Fisher to pay club's minor leaguers after all Oakland Athletics owner John Fisher has decided to pay his team's minor league players after all, saying he made a mistake.
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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. Facebook pulls ad from gun-toting Georgia candidate taking on Antifa: 'Big Tech censorship of conservatives must end' A Georgia GOP congressional candidate is claiming Facebook "censorship" after the social media giant took down her campaign video where she holds an AR-15 gun and warns Antifa to "stay the hell out of Northwest Georgia."
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  21. DC activists say Dem mayor 'consistently on the wrong side' of Black Lives Matters issues Black Lives Matter D.C. slammed liberal Mayor Muriel Bowser for being “consistently on the wrong side of BLMDC history” and painting “Black Lives Matter” on the streets leading to the White House “to appease white liberals while ignoring our demands.” 
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  22. Steelers' Alejandro Villanueva blames media for Drew Brees fallout: 'unbelievably divisive right now' Pittsburgh Steelers’ Alejandro Villanueva blames the media for the controversy surrounding Drew Brees' remarks against kneeling during the national anthem this week, believing that the comment was taken out of context. 
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  23. London statue of Winston Churchill vandalized on D-Day amid protests A statue of one of Britain's most famous leaders has been vandalized in the nation's capital as protesters turned out to speak out against racism.
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  24. James Carafano: Like heroes of D-Day, National Guard members now defend us – this time from rioting in US As we remember the American heroes who stormed the beaches of Normandy exactly 76 years ago on D-Day, we should also remember those soldiers here at home now standing guard on our street corners to help police prevent rioting and looting and protect our individual rights.
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  25. Herman Cain: May jobs report good for American business, shows upward trend As American businesses reopen their doors, U.S. jobs numbers will continue to rise and the economy will begin to rebound day-by-day, former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain predicted Saturday.
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  26. Warriors' Steve Kerr says Trump is 'drawing the battle lines for the election' amid George Floyd protests Golden State Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr took aim at President Trump’s response to the George Floyd protests on Friday saying that he’s “drawing the battle lines for the election.”
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  27. Cristobal strengthens to Tropical Storm, should make landfall Sunday Cristobal strengthened to a 50mph tropical storm Saturday morning and is moving faster than anticipated at 12mph, with anticipated landfall Sunday afternoon in Louisiana. 
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  28. Huge crowd gathers for George Floyd memorial in North Carolina Thousands of mourners showed up Saturday to remember George Floyd ahead of a second memorial service, this time in North Carolina near where he was born.
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  29. 'Live PD,' 'Cops' pulled from TV in the wake of George Floyd's death Two television shows following the careers of real-life police officers have been pulled from their respective television networks amid protests following George Floyd's death.
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  30. Minneapolis restaurant owner who watched dream go up in smoke: 'One night it's over' A Minneapolis restaurant owner was devastated to watch his dream of 17 years set ablaze by rioters during a Facebook Livestream last weekend.
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