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George Floyd Updates: ‘Absolute Chaos’ in Minneapolis as Protests Grow Across U.S.
Twitter Places Warning on Trump Minneapolis Tweet, Saying It Glorified Violence
Sparring and Schedules Offer Glimpse of Pandemic’s Partisan Lens
George Floyd Death: How the Knee-on-Neck Hold Resulted in Tragedy
Protesters Confront Police at Minneapolis Precinct
Sprawling Protest Movement Treads Line Between Justice Agenda and Chaos
In Lockdown, a Neighborhood Opens Up
Twitter Had Been Drawing a Line for Months When Trump Crossed It
Kris Kobach Is Back, and a Kansas Senate Seat May Be Up for Grabs
Past Presidents Faced Police Brutality and Protests. They Handled It Differently.
Wealthy Fliers Worried About Coronavirus Turn to Private Jet Service
Live Coronavirus Pandemic World Updates
What Time Is the SpaceX Launch? How to Watch
Atlanta Protesters Clash With Police as Mayor Warns ‘You Are Disgracing Our City’
Flynn Discussed Sanctions at Length With Russian Diplomat, Transcripts Show
Read the Criminal Complaint Against Derek Chauvin
Derek Chauvin Charged in Death of George Floyd in Minneapolis
How Two Co-Workers, a Fake Bill and an Encounter Roiled a Nation
A Justice Dept. Skeptical of Police Abuse Cases Vows to Investigate Floyd Death
Congress Plans Hearings on Racial Violence and Use of Force by the Police
‘The Pain Is Too Intense’: Joe Biden Challenges White Americans
Over Veterans’ Protests, Trump Vetoes Measure to Block Student Loan Rules
Blaming China for Pandemic, Trump Says U.S. Will Leave the W.H.O.
Their Minneapolis Restaurant Burned, but They Back the Protest
Army Withdraws Nomination for Officer Involved in Deadly Niger Ambush
While Twitter Confronts Trump, Zuckerberg Keeps Facebook Out of It
What Trump, Biden and Obama Said About the Death of George Floyd
It’s Not Whether You Were Exposed to the Coronavirus. It’s How Much.
Inside an Extraordinary G.O.P. Event: ‘Pressing Flesh and Kissing Babies’ Again
Charges Recommended Against 3 Officers Involved in Violent N.Y. Arrest
Economic Giants Are Restarting. Here’s What It Means for Climate Change.
Senior Interior Official Broke Ethics Rules a 2nd Time, Watchdog Says
Mayor Jacob Frey of Minneapolis Had Promised to Improve Police Relations
Congress Calls State Dept. Officials for Interviews in Expanded Pompeo Inquiry
Who is Tim Walz? Minnesota Governor Appeals for Healing
Trump's Remark About Shooting Looters Dates Back to 1960s Racial Unrest
Protests in Minnesota Renew Scrutiny of Klobuchar’s Record as Prosecutor
Scientists Question Major Hydroxychloroquine Study
How Trump's Twitter Remarks Escalate Growing Crisis in Minneapolis
Recipe Ideas: How to Use Your California Produce


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In reopening restaurants and hair salons, L.A. County tests whether it can prevent second wave of coronavirus

L.A. County can reopening restaurants, hair salons


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Is California reopening too quickly? Newsom explains the state's strategy for slowing coronavirus while boosting economy

Is it really safe to let L.A. restaurants, hair salons reopen? Here is why Newsom says yes


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A night of vandalism, looting and despair in downtown L.A.: 'This is all depressing'

Hours after what began as a peaceful protest of the killing of George Floyd began in downtown L.A., the situation took a dark turn.


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O.C. health officer receives threats over face covering mandate

Orange County Board of Supervisors Chair Michelle Steel condemned what she deemed to be a death threat against County Health Officer Dr. Nichole Quick this week.


Published: Yesterday
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Looting, vandalism across downtown L.A. as protesters, police clash

The crowd mostly dressed in black held signs and rode bicycles across traffic lanes while some held up sign that read "We are not thugs."


Published: Yesterday

Sports Headlines

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Ukraine's soccer restart disrupted by positive tests

Ukraine's soccer restart disrupted by positive tests
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The Latest: No return yet for world champion Springboks

The South African government has maintained a ban on all contact sports competitions because of the coronavirus
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15 fit players enough for teams when EPL resumes in pandemic

Premier League clubs with only 15 fit players are still likely to have to play matches when the season resumes next month during the coronavirus pandemic
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No rugby for world champion as South Africa maintains ban

The South African government has maintained a ban on all contact sports competitions because of the coronavirus
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Friday's Sports in Brief

Friday's Sports in Brief
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US News

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SpaceX launch live updates: ‘Moving forward’ with liftoff today despite iffy weather

SpaceX and NASA will once again try to battle the weather to launch astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley in a Crew Dragon capsule, atop a Falcon 9 rocket, from Kennedy Space Center.
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Wife of cop arrested in George Floyd case filing for divorce, lawyer says

Derek Chauvin was charged with third-degree murder Friday.
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Minnesota protesters defy new curfews to protest George Floyd killing

Large crowds gathered and police responded with tear gas, rubber bullets and orders to disperse.
Published: Yesterday
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Texas police officer accidentally shoots fellow cop to death at investigation

The victim, 37-year-old Caleb Rule, was a deputy constable with Fort Bend County’s Fourth Precinct.
Published: Yesterday
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George Floyd protests: Crowds smash windows, throw smoke grenades at CNN building in Atlanta; White House locked down for an hour

Reporters were still inside the West Wing when the lockdown started.
Published: Yesterday

Entertainment

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Charity scammer falsely claimed she worked with George Clooney for years

Stephanie Lapensee claims she has worked alongside Clooney on numerous charity projects since 2006.
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André De Shields talks being typecast as ‘the magical negro’

“No one has ever asked me to bring erudition to a role . . . I have for the longest time, with no real regrets, been the magical negro.”
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Carmen Herrera was ‘somewhat annoyed’ during 105th birthday celebration

“She says it’s not even her birthday."
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Hamptons seek to halt tourists after ‘hellish’ Memorial Day

Officials received a litany of complaints including public urination and people camping on the beach.
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Larry Kramer demanded his memorial plaque be nowhere near Ed Koch’s

“Doormen would try to keep [Kramer and Koch] out of each other’s crosshairs.”
Published: Yesterday

Business

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In Lockdown, a Neighborhood Opens Up

Grab a hyperlocal bakery loaf and a copy of the kids’ newspaper, and we can discuss over stoop cocktails.
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Twitter Had Been Drawing a Line for Months When Trump Crossed It

Inside the company, one faction wanted Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s chief, to take a hard line against the president’s tweets while another urged him to remain hands-off.
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While Twitter Confronts Trump, Zuckerberg Keeps Facebook Out of It

The companies have similar policies on the limits of what they allow users to post. But Facebook is more permissive when the user is President Trump.
Published: Yesterday
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Pandemic Forces Car Dealers to Do the Unthinkable: Sell Online

Dealerships have long resisted e-commerce, but with many showrooms closed, the dynamic is changing.
Published: Yesterday
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President Trump Versus Twitter and Social Media

President Trump’s taking aim at Twitter for fact-checking his tweets is part of a long tradition upheld by aggrieved internet trolls. The stakes are high.
Published: Yesterday

Science-Technology

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Take 2 for SpaceX's 1st astronaut launch with more storms

SpaceX is taking a second shot at launching astronauts, but rain and storm clouds are threatening more delays
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Well-preserved Roman mosaic unearthed in Italian vineyard

Archaeologists have briefly revealed a well-preserved mosaic floor of an ancient Roman villa first discovered almost a century ago near the northern Italian city of Verona
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Russia to send team to Guiana Space Center after fuel leak

Russia’s space agency says it will send a team of specialists to South America to investigate the leak of toxic fuel from a Russian rocket stage at the Guiana Space Center
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Solar probe to pass through comet's tail for 'bonus science'

The European Space Agency says its Solar Orbiter will unexpectedly pass through the tail of a comet in the coming days
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Trump's fossil fuel agenda gets pushback from federal judges

Federal courts have delivered a string of rebukes to the Trump administration over what they found were failures to protect the environment and address climate change
Published: Yesterday

Politics

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Cruz calls for criminal investigation into Twitter for violating US sanctions on Iran

Sen. Ted Cruz R-Texas sent a letter to Attorney General Bill Barr and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Friday, urging them to open a criminal investigation into Twitter for violating sanctions on Iran.
Published: Yesterday
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Chicago mayor tells Trump 'F-U' after tweet about Minneapolis looting

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot blasted President Trump and invoked an expletive Friday in response to his tweet after three days of protests in Minneapolis, Minn., when he called the protesters "THUGS" and tweeted that "when the looting starts, the shooting starts."
Published: Yesterday
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Minnesota AG says don't treat National Guard 'the way you might react to' police

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison cautioned residents on Friday not to treat the National Guard the way they might treat the Minneapolis police department, with whom they "associate unfair conduct."
Published: Yesterday
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What do the Flynn-Kislyak transcripts say?

Transcripts of phone conversations between then-incoming White House national security adviser Michael Flynn and then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in December 2016 were released Friday.
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Sen. Bob Casey reveals positive test for coronavirus antibodies

Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., revealed Friday he tested positive for coronavirus antibodies and will donate plasma to help others battling the virus.
Published: Yesterday

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