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Being Black In America: 'We Have A Place In This World Too'
As protests continue around the country in response to several high-profile deaths of African Americans in recent weeks, black people say they are frustrated, fearful and fatigued.
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Nadal not sure about 2020 US Open; depends on COVID, travel
If it weren’t for a pandemic-caused postponement, the French Open would have been in Week 2 now, and Rafael Nadal might still have been in contention for a 20th Grand Slam title.
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How to network while working from home: Start with reaching out and contacting folks
Networking in today's climate takes researching people you want to reach out to, following their posts and commenting for a better chance at engaging.       
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As America Struggles To Return To Work, Staggering Unemployment Numbers Loom
Friday's labor report is expected to show millions of job cuts and unemployment of around 20% — its highest in more than 80 years. The pandemic will make getting back to work difficult for many.
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As Trump Heads To Maine, GOP Sen. Susan Collins Won't Be There To Greet Him
Collins has mostly avoided commenting on Trump's pandemic response, but she criticized his administration's decision to forcefully clear peaceful protesters from a square in front of the White House
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Miss America 2020 Camille Schrier calls focus on science instead of swimsuits ‘freeing’
In late 2019, Camille Schrier stunned the world when she won the crown for Miss America just minutes after giving a colorful chemistry demonstration in a lab coat.
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Ex-Acting AG Matthew Whitaker: Stand with Americans fighting injustice while upholding law and order
President Trump has said, “We will stand with the family of George Floyd, with the peaceful protesters, and with every law-abiding citizen who wants decency, civility, safety and security." 
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Farmers Find Ways To Save Millions Of Pigs From Slaughter
When COVID-19 infections forced pork companies to close processing plants, some farmers predicted that it would force them to euthanize millions of hogs. The actual number has been much lower.
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Jane Goodall says humanity is doomed if we don't change after this pandemic
Primatologist Jane Goodall said that humanity must "drastically change our diets" and our treatment of wild and farmed animals if we want to avoid future pandemics after COVID-19 subsides. 
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This 100-year-old doughnut recipe dates back to WWI
Who knew eating doughnuts could be so patriotic?
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'You have to keep at it': What Black Lives Matter demonstrators can learn from civil rights protests of the past
If the civil rights battles of the past tell us anything, it's that activists must be persistent to generate tangible change, historians say.       
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Florida man pointed shotgun at nurse after denied hospital entry amid coronavirus: police
A Florida man is accused of pointing a gun at a nurse and security guard after he wasn't allowed entry into a hospital to see his wife, due to COVID-19 visitor restrictions, according to a report.
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Trump Hates Vote-by-Mail. These Republicans Love It.
There’s a major complication in President Donald Trump’s recent crusade against voting by mail, which he has called “a scam” that will lead to “the greatest Rigged Election” in history: In states that Trump desperately needs to win this fall, Republicans love it.Take Arizona, where polls show Trump trailing former Vice President Joe Biden after he
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Postponed Tokyo Olympics could be downsized and simplified
The Japanese public is being prepared for the reality of next year’s postponed Olympics, where athletes are likely to face quarantines, spectators will be fewer, and the delay will cost taxpayers billions of dollars.
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Global stocks and euro surge ahead of U.S. jobs data
World stocks held their ground near three-month highs as the euro hit its highest level since March 10, thanks to Europe's stimulus boost, fuelling hopes for a global rebound.
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Buffalo Bills quarterback Jake Fromm apologizes for 'elite white people' text
Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Jake Fromm has apologized after images surfaced of him referring to "elite white people" in a text conversation from a year ago.
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Ditching the day job: From CNN to leading rock guitarist
I won't forget the moment I informed my boss at CNN of my intention to leave sports journalism for a career in music.
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Police searching for cyclist who was filmed accosting people posting signs supporting Black Lives Matter
Police in Maryland are looking for a cyclist who was caught on video assaulting three people posting flyers in support of Black Lives Matter.
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Actor Yvonne Orji no longer 'Insecure' about Nigerian-American duality
Yvonne Orji, the Nigerian-American actor from the HBO series "Insecure," pokes fun at the real-life struggles she faced to get approval from her Nigerian parents when choosing a career in entertainment.
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Ahmaud Arbery's mother says last moments of his life were heartbreaking
Among those who learned more about Ahmaud Arbery's death at a preliminary hearing on Thursday was his mother, who called the revelations heartbreaking.
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NYPD cracks down on mayhem, curfew defiance as George Floyd vigils across US draw thousands
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George Floyd protest updates: North Dakota National Guard activated after 'threats'
Troops from Minnesota and North Dakota were activated ahead of Friday's protest.
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George Floyd protests, Strawberry moon, Trump visits Maine: 5 things to know Friday
Vatican official to hold George Floyd prayer service in Rome, President Trump heads to Maine despite concerns of unrest and more things to know Friday       
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Mukesh Ambani lands $1.2 billion for Jio from Mubadala
Asia's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, has just landed another $1.2 billion for his global tech ambitions — this time from Abu Dhabi's sovereign wealth fund.
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Over 1,000 US coronavirus deaths reported in the past 24 hours
In a little over a week, Americans have gone from taking their first hesitant steps outside again to marching in tightly-packed crowds in cities all over the country.
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Giants great Michael Strahan shares thoughts on George Floyd’s death
Former Giants great Michael Strahan and Fox Sports football analyst took to social media and gave his thoughts on the death of George Floyd and where we are as a country when it comes to race relations. Strahan said he was upset about the deaths of Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor and frustrated that...
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George Floyd protests in DC: Flood of National Guard troops, law enforcement blurs lines of authority
A flood of National Guard troops raises questions about who is in control as George Floyd protests continue near the White House and in Washington, DC        
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Today on Fox News: June 5, 2020
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Kansas City announces police reform amid George Floyd protests
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City is reforming police procedures after criticism from black organizations about police conduct during nearly a week of protests as well as long-standing tension between the department and minorities, the mayor announced Thursday. A coalition of civil rights organizations demanded Wednesday that Police Chief Rick Smith b
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Dallas Police make it "duty of every employee" to stop excessive force
Police say new order was implemented, "to create a culture where what happened to Mr. Floyd does not happen again."
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