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May 31, 2020

National security adviser: 'I don't think there's systemic racism' in US police forces
• Opinion: Things are worse than in 1968 • Object explodes during protest at CNN Center • The protests in photos ... click to read more

WHO releases new guidance for outdoor events and mass gatherings
• New epicenter could be the worst yet • The thousands of wishes the pandemic put on hold ... click to read more

Shouting through masks, thousands poured onto streets. While some protests were peaceful, others ended in chaos.
Los Angeles | New York | Minneapolis | Tampa | Indianapolis ... click to read more

Target temporarily closes more stores
Los Angeles | New York | Minneapolis | Tampa | Indianapolis ... click to read more

Atlanta mayor on Trump: 'He should just stop talking'
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Sunday rebuked Donald Trump's rhetoric amid days of protests after the death of George Floyd, saying the President "is making it worse" and is stoking racial tensions. ... click to read more

New video shows moments before George Floyd was pinned
George Floyd was pronounced dead after Minneapolis police officers restrained him while he repeated, "I can't breathe!" ... click to read more

Video appears to show NYPD truck plowing through crowd
New York police are investigating after a video appears to show a New York City Police Department truck plowing through a crowd during Saturday's protest. ... click to read more

Hear what Trump has to say about the nation-wide protests
President Donald Trump addressed the unrest over the death of George Floyd during his remarks at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. ... click to read more

These black men's experiences were caught on camera, spurring anger and action
One died after he was pinned down by a police officer. One was fatally shot while jogging. The third avoided any physical confrontation. ... click to read more

Van Jones: 40 million African Americans are heartbroken
CNN's Van Jones reacts to a fifth night of protests in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. ... click to read more

A guide to how you can support marginalized communities
The pain felt by black communities after three recent tragedies is all too familiar. ... click to read more

African American congresswoman gets pepper sprayed
Democratic Rep. Joyce Beatty, an African American congresswoman from Ohio, was briefly sprayed with "Mace or pepper spray" in downtown Columbus on Saturday while talking to people protesting the death of George Floyd. ... click to read more

David Gergen: In a sad week for America, Trump has fled from his duty
This past week has brought tragedy upon tragedy to our nation: the death toll from Covid-19 passed a grim milestone of 100,000 deaths; the brutal killing of George Floyd ignited mass protests in Minneapolis and beyond, and seven were shot dead demanding justice in Louisville. ... click to read more

Opinion: Donald Trump's ugly breakup
This month marks 11 years since Donald Trump published his first tweet, touting his appearance to present the Top 10 list on that night's David Letterman show. As P.W. Singer and Emerson Brooking wrote in 2018 in TIME, it took Trump a couple of years to realize how he could leverage the evolving Tw... click to read more

Brian Stelter: Where are the leaders? This is a national crisis.
CNN's Brian Stelter says the widespread outbreak of disturbances that have followed the killing of George Floyd are the largest the US has seen in decades. ... click to read more

A serious divide exists among Trump advisers over how to address protests
A serious divide has emerged among Donald Trump's top allies and advisers over how the President should address several nights of protests and riots across the nation following the death of George Floyd. Trump is being urged by some advisers to formally address the nation and call for calm, while o... click to read more

Trump postpones G7 summit: 'It's a very outdated group of countries'
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Protester's message for looters: Something is wrong with you
• Opinion: Things are worse than in 1968 • Object explodes during protest at CNN Center • The protests in photos ... click to read more

The FBI's top lawyer is resigning
The FBI's top lawyer is resigning amid renewed pressure from President Donald Trump and Republican allies for the bureau to remove any remaining officials associated with the Russia investigation. ... click to read more

Video shows deputy repeatedly punching woman in head
An investigation is underway after a Michigan sheriff's deputy was seen on video repeatedly punching a black woman in the head, according to the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office. ... click to read more

How cities along the US coast are preparing for a hurricane season like no other
When disaster strikes, state emergency officials prepare for the worst-case scenarios. But most plans don't include a hurricane season coinciding with a pandemic that drains resources and shows no signs of slowing down. ... click to read more

Opinion: Complaint against former cop in George Floyd case drops important clues
The criminal complaint charging former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter for the death of George Floyd offers key clues about the Hennepin County Attorney's Office's approach to the enormously high-stakes prosecution that will unfold ov... click to read more

Analysis: Warren as Biden's running mate makes no electoral sense
Poll of the week: A new national Ipsos/Reuters poll finds former Vice President Joe Biden with a 45% to 39% lead over President Donald Trump. ... click to read more

Opinion: Why US can't return to 'normal'
In 2012, Jackie Lacey made history. Not only did she become the first woman to serve as Los Angeles district attorney, she was also the first black person in the job. Lacey was born and raised in Crenshaw, and her victory appeared to represent a significant change for an office routinely criticized... click to read more

Evictions loom as state freezes on rent payments expire
As states reopen, tenants are facing the end of freezes on rent payments and evictions put in place at the start of the pandemic despite still-rising joblessness and a stalled economy. ... click to read more

Necco Wafers are back with one minor change
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His escape to Macao in World War II laid the foundation for a $14.9 billion fortune
When Stanley Ho Hung-sun, the man who made Macao a global gambling mecca, died at age 98 this week he was reportedly worth $14.9 billion. ... click to read more

Trump keeps lying about this one thing. And it's a problem.
President Trump has repeatedly pushed voter fraud allegations, without evidence, since taking office. ... click to read more

103-year-old woman celebrates beating Covid-19 with a cold beer
A 103-year-old Massachusetts woman who recovered from Covid-19 celebrated with a favorite drink -- a cold beer, her family told CNN. ... click to read more

New generation of hungry locusts threatens millions
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Taylor Swift calls out Trump: 'You have the nerve to feign moral superiority before threatening violence?'
Taylor Swift lashed out at President Donald Trump on Friday for his late-night tweet threatening violence against protesters in Minnesota, tweeting that the President has been "stoking the fires of white supremacy and racism (his) entire presidency." ... click to read more

Zookeeper mauled by lions in Australia
The 35-year-old woman has been hospitalized after being bitten in the head and neck in what one paramedic called an "extremely vicious" attack at Shoalhaven Zoo, according to CNN affiliate 9 News Australia. ... click to read more

Madonna posted a video tribute to George Floyd, and it didn't go down well
Amid the widespread outrage over the death of Minneapolis security guard George Floyd, Madonna is coming under fire for a social media misstep. ... click to read more

TV anchors brawl in exchange over virus
CNBC "Squawk Box" co-hosts Andrew Sorkin and Joe Kernen had a heated moment on TV about their divided coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic. ... click to read more

Astronauts aboard SpaceX's Crew Dragon dock with International Space Station
Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley have officially arrived at the International Space Station. ... click to read more

SpaceX launches astronauts into orbit from US soil for the first time in a decade
• Photos: SpaceX's historic launch • Watch SpaceX and NASA make history ... click to read more

SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule docks to ISS
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Watch as SpaceX and NASA make history
SpaceX and NASA make history by launching two astronauts on a mission to the International Space Station, the first crewed spaceflight to take off from US soil in nearly a decade. ... click to read more

In pictures: SpaceX's historic launch
SpaceX launched two NASA astronauts toward the International Space Station on Saturday, May 30, in a mission called Demo-2. ... click to read more

How Karen became a meme, and what real-life Karens think about it
Karen Sun is a far cry from the "Karen" meme that has spread widely over social media in recent years. ... click to read more

America's surprising breeding ground for inequality: The internet
Life has moved online during the coronavirus pandemic, and access to the internet has shone a new light on America's inequality crisis. ... click to read more

I tried to delete myself from the internet. Here's what I learned
It was MyLife that broke me. After spending hours studying FAQ pages, sending terse emails and making occasional phone calls in an earnest-if-naive attempt to take back some control of my personal information online, I had my first demoralizing moment. ... click to read more

A probe discovered these two near-Earth asteroids have something in common
Ryugu and Bennu are two different near-Earth asteroids, but new research has suggested that they were likely once part of the same larger asteroid, called a "parent body." ... click to read more

They're weaving their culture into the fabrics of their face masks
While wearing a mask can feel like a sacrifice for some, others consider the act as more of a privilege. ... click to read more

Nail-biting video shows bear following boy during a family hike
An Italian boy named Alessandro was captured on video while he was being followed by a brown bear during a hike with his family. ... click to read more

The week in 33 photos
Take a look at 33 photos of the week from May 21 through May 28. ... click to read more

Big chains filed for bankruptcy every week in May. Here are 6 of them
Temporary store closures. Near-zero travel demand. People shopping online even more as they're stuck home. It was the perfect storm for bankruptcy for some of the country's most recognizable consumer brands -- and several have filed recently. ... click to read more

This incredibly popular store is one of the hardest to socially distance in
TJ Maxx built its appeal on the "treasure hunt" shopping experience. Now it must persuade shoppers that it's safe to return to scavenging stores in the age of a pandemic. ... click to read more

Adidas and Allbirds are teaming up to create a shoe with zero carbon footprint
After exchanging some cheeky messages on social media in the wee hours of Thursday morning, Adidas and Allbirds are linking up. (Sneaker companies, they're just like us!) ... click to read more

A walk through Atlanta at the end of a terrible week in America
I took a walk on Saturday, from the King Center to Centennial Olympic Park and back, three miles in the heat of the day through a wounded city in a wounded country at the end of a week of death and fire. ... click to read more

Now is the moment to sign Colin Kaepernick
When I was an executive in the National Football League a few years ago, our organization was consumed by the case of Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback whose silent kneeling protest against police brutality arguably led him to lose his NFL career and not be re-signed by any club. No teams wanted to... click to read more

'I need white mamas to come running'
Mama. ... click to read more

Trump's menacing message follows 1960s script
As fires burned in Minneapolis on the third night of protests in the wake of George Floyd's death, President Donald Trump tweeted, "When the looting starts, the shooting starts." In doing so, Trump repeated the words of former Miami Police Chief Walter Headley, who used the phrase in 1967 while ann... click to read more

The 'I'm not a racist' defense
Amy Cooper's apology -- which began "I am not a racist. I did not mean to harm that man in any way" -- after her infamous confrontation in Central Park reminded me of an incident in 2008, when I was a mid-level staffer on the Senate Judiciary Committee. ... click to read more

Trump is at war with the truth, not Twitter
Fact checks are not censorship. But that's what President Donald Trump is claiming in his new assault on social media platforms: an over-reaching executive order targeting social media companies, signed shortly after Twitter applied fact checks to two of Trump's tweets. ... click to read more

This isn't what I want for my kids
On February 8, 1968, three South Carolina State University students were killed by State Highway Patrol Troopers during a campus protest. Twenty-seven others were wounded. My father, Cleveland Sellers, Jr., was shot in the arm that day, convicted for inciting a riot, and served seven months in pri... click to read more

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This may be the big winner of the market crash
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He covered 1,250 miles in 10 days. When he arrived home, a tragedy happened.
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Macho leaders are finding the coronavirus immune to their playbooks
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Five-month-old baby survives coronavirus after 32 days in coma
After spending a month in an induced coma due to Covid-19, Dom, a 5-month-old Brazilian baby, gets to go home and celebrate his 6-month birthday. ... click to read more

95-year-old war veteran follows in footsteps of captain Tom
Private Joseph Hammond, 95, has become a familiar sight on the streets of Accra in Ghana, West Africa.  ... click to read more

Man fatally shot during protests
A 21-year-old man was killed after being shot during protests in Detroit late Friday, the city's police department said. ... click to read more

Inseparable twin sisters start nursing career together at same hospital during pandemic
When Lauren and Lacie Brown graduated from nursing school, neither of them thought they'd be walking right into the front lines of a pandemic. ... click to read more

One in 10 Covid-19 patients with diabetes die within a week, study finds
One in 10 coronavirus patients with diabetes died within the first seven days of hospitalization, and one in five needed a ventilator to breathe, according to a new study by French researchers. ... click to read more

A new civil lawsuit alleges Harvey Weinstein raped a 17-year-old in the 1990s
Four women identified as Jane Does filed a lawsuit against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein Thursday, alleging he sexually assaulted them. The allegations include the story of one woman who says Weinstein raped her in 1994 when she was about 17.  ... click to read more

MIT elects first black woman student body president in its 159-year history
Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have elected a black woman as president of the Undergraduate Association for the first time in the school's history. ... click to read more

American artist Rashid Johnson: 'Anxiety is part of my life.'
Anxiety is part of my life. It's something that people of color don't really discuss as often as we should. It's part of my being and how I relate to the world, and being honest with that struggle has been rewarding for me. It has led to the kind of self-exploration that produces fertile ground for... click to read more






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