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June 4, 2020

Trump faces an unprecedented revolt from ex-military leaders and presidents over his response to protests
Protests in photos | Follow the protests | First Amendment rights ... click to read more

Former defense secretary condemns Trump as threat to the Constitution
• Read: Former defense secretary's statement on Trump and protests • Pentagon chief on shaky ground after breaking with Trump on protest response ... click to read more

Anderson Cooper scoffs at Trump being compared to Churchill
CNN's Anderson Cooper responds to White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany saying that President Donald Trump's photo-op in front of St. John's Episcopal Church amid the George Floyd protests was akin to Winston Churchill touring the rubble of London during WWII. ... click to read more

Retired Marine Gen. John Allen: Trump's threats of military force may be 'the beginning of the end of the American experiment'
A retired four-star Marine general on Wednesday excoriated President Donald Trump's threats to use the military on protesters and his controversial church photo op on Monday, writing that his actions "may well signal the beginning of the end of the American experiment." ... click to read more

Analysis: One small reason to be optimistic
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Trump tries to revise history about his church walk. Here's what really happened.
President Trump responds to law enforcement using smoke canisters and rubber bullets to break up a peaceful protest in front of the White House so he could visit a nearby church. CNN's Daniel Dale fact checks his claims. ... click to read more

Opinion: Trump's law and order message strikes a chord
We've spent the Trump years forcing people into binary political camps, with little allowance in our public discourse for nuance. But the tumultuous events roiling the American public today blow up the usual constructs that define much of our punditry. ... click to read more

Heavily armed extremist movement gains traction
• All 4 ex-officers charged in George Floyd case; 3 were taken into custody and are being held on $1 million bail • Opinion: Trump's ludicrous photo-op was no Churchill moment ... click to read more

Peaceful protesters march into the early morning in DC and NYC
• Minneapolis schools cut ties with police over George Floyd death • America's legacy of lynching isn't all history. Many say it's still happening today • NBA player, a victim of police brutality himself, speaks out on Floyd ... click to read more

Video captures Florida officer kneeling on a man's neck during arrest
A Florida police department has launched an internal investigation after a video surfaced on social media showing a Sarasota police officer kneeling on a man's neck during an arrest. ... click to read more

Nick Cordero's wife reveals he's 'still fighting' despite being told to say 'goodbye'
Nick Cordero's wife, Amanda Kloots, is not giving up on him. ... click to read more

Opinion: George W. Bush finally steps onto the right side of history
• Obama urges black people to 'feel hopeful even as you may feel angry' after Floyd's death • Jimmy Carter on protests: 'Silence can be as deadly as violence' • Trump launches defensive Twitter spree ... click to read more

'You are part of the problem': NFL star calls out his QB Drew Brees
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is facing backlash after saying he will "never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country" during an interview with Yahoo Finance. ... click to read more

Rand Paul holds up anti-lynching legislation as he seeks changes to bill
• Analysis: Welcome to our reality, white America ... click to read more

Cop pushes kneeling protester. Then she steps in
After a police officer in Fort Lauderdale shoved a protester, his black colleague reprimanded him. The officer has been suspended, according to the Fort Lauderdale Police Department. ... click to read more

Senate approves House-passed Paycheck Protection Program reform bill
The Senate on Wednesday evening passed by voice vote a House-passed Paycheck Protection Program reform bill, clearing it for President Donald Trump's signature. ... click to read more

Stelter: Trump encourages people not to believe their eyes, ears or lungs
A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here. ... click to read more

Results of Trump's annual physical
President Donald Trump weighs 244 pounds, stands 6 feet 3 inches, has a blood pressure of 121/79 mmHG and a resting heart rate 63 beats per minute, the White House said on Wednesday in a summary of his annual physical. ... click to read more

Flight attendant stunned by passenger's identity after emotional talk
A Southwest Airlines flight attendant had an emotional conversation about race with a passenger who later revealed he was the CEO of American Airlines ... click to read more

Ben & Jerry's statement on white supremacy is extraordinary
Let there be no doubt where Ben & Jerry's stands. ... click to read more

AMC Theatres doubts it can stay in business
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10-year-old stuns with 'AGT' performance
Actress Sofia Vergara, a judge on "America's Got Talent," hit the golden buzzer for a 10-year-old singer, Roberta Battaglia, who stunned her with a rendition of "Shallow." ... click to read more

Facebook's earliest employees say CEO's inaction on Trump posts is 'cowardly'
Nearly three dozen of Facebook's earliest employees wrote an open letter addressing Facebook's leadership Wednesday calling for the company to rethink its inaction on recent incendiary posts by President Donald Trump. ... click to read more

Stephen Colbert mocks Trump's Bible photo-op
Late Night hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, and Seth Meyers had fun with President Trump's impromptu photo event in front of the St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington. ... click to read more

Teen says he watched friend stab Barnard student Tessa Majors
A teen who has been in police custody since December in the killing of Barnard student Tessa Majors' on Wednesday pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree robbery, telling the court he watched one of the teens he was with stab Majors. ... click to read more

Lea Michele apologizes after Samantha Marie Ware accuses her of making 'Glee' a 'living hell'
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'Star Wars' actor rallies crowd at protest
"Star Wars" actor John Boyega rallied crowds at a large London protest against George Floyd's death, telling demonstrators that "now is the time" to demand racial equality. ... click to read more

University of Tennessee football coach dies
John Majors, the college football coach who led the University of Tennessee to three SEC championships and the University of Pittsburgh to a national championship, has died. He was 85. ... click to read more

Fauci weighs the pros and cons of reopening schools this fall amid Covid-19
The idea of keeping schools closed in the fall because of safety concerns for children might be "a bit of a reach," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. ... click to read more

Almost 20,000 new Covid-19 cases were identified in the US on Wednesday
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Coronavirus cases rise in US South and West as crowded protests spark worries
Coronavirus cases continued to spread in parts of the American south and west in the past week as experts warn that packed protests could exacerbate the pandemic. ... click to read more

Opinion: Reimagining the world after Covid
The way we got here -- a Covid-19 contagion that has sickened more than six million people and killed nearly 380,000 globally -- is absolutely horrible, but the pandemic has awakened the world to at least one thing that's positive: Clean air and healthy cities are a blessing. ... click to read more

Our favorite Father's Day gifts for any dad
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The best headphones of 2020
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Gifts for dad he'll like better than what he got last year
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A surreal finale for an aviation icon
In normal times, special flights like Delta Air Lines' retirement of the last McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series aircraft flying scheduled passenger service in North America are cause for celebration. With national crises raging, these are anything but normal times. Yet against this tragic backdrop, th... click to read more

Apple is tracking iPhones stolen from stores
Apple is sending a clear message to people who've stolen iPhones from its stores: You're "being tracked." ... click to read more

Why these giant teddy bears are riding a roller coaster
An amusement park in the Netherlands, closed at the time because of the pandemic, filled a roller coaster with giant teddy bears. ... click to read more

Houston police officers pay their respects to George Floyd at mural
A newly minted mural celebrating the life of George Floyd has become a vigil in his hometown and has even attracted the attention of Houston police officers. ... click to read more

Analysis: The world is falling apart. Tell that to the booming stock market
The stock market is not the economy. But rarely has the gap between Wall Street and Main Street felt so wide. ... click to read more

The pandemic is sparking a turnaround for soup
As people stocked up for an unknown future and sheltered in place because of the coronavirus pandemic, they reached for soup — and helped spark a turnaround for Campbell. ... click to read more

Bikes are flying off shelves, overwhelming shops
Eric Attayi, owner of the Urban Bicycle Gallery in Houston, Texas, has watched the pandemic transform his shop in a way most businesses can only dream of. ... click to read more

Why Mattis' verdict on Trump is devastating
A dam has broken. Former US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis -- who President Donald Trump has compared to one of his heroes, General George Patton -- on Wednesday issued a blistering statement saying, "Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people -- ... click to read more

As a Christian & a human being, I was appalled by Trump's church photo op
The photograph of President Donald Trump at the steps of St. John's Episcopal Church, holding a Bible high, has become an icon of this American moment. ... click to read more

Biden's startling weapon against Trump
Finally, on Tuesday, we heard presidential remarks about the protests against police violence that are roiling the nation. ... click to read more

'Hamilton'-esque scandal helps give Trump cudgel
President Donald Trump pledged Monday to use the Insurrection Act of 1807 to deploy United States armed forces against protesters who have taken to the streets after the killing of George Floyd and the long history of racialized police violence against African Americans. ... click to read more

We shouldn't compromise election security to vote
Democrats keep presenting Americans with a false choice: Our livelihoods or our health. Our constitutional freedoms or our health. Now, they are trying to scare us into choosing their liberal voting agenda, allegedly for the sake of our health. ... click to read more

Refinance today and you could save $23,000
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Switch cards & save money on interest. Start now.
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This may be the big winner of the market crash
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UK police identify new suspect in 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann
British police officers investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have identified a new suspect, in what they described as a "significant new line of enquiry," 13 years after the three year-old vanished in Portugal. ... click to read more

Hong Kong marks Tiananmen massacre for what many fear will be the last time
When protests broke out in Beijing and other cities across China in early 1989, many in Hong Kong were exhilarated. ... click to read more

WHO warns Latin American countries not to reopen too quickly
Some Latin America nations are partially reopening this week, despite still recording thousands of coronavirus deaths and infections. CNN's Matt Rivers reports. ... click to read more

US to block incoming Chinese airlines
The US government says it will block Chinese airlines from flying into the US in response to what it says is a policy that has prevented US carriers from service between the two countries. ... click to read more

Cyclone Nisarga: Coronavirus patients evacuated ahead of worst storm to hit Mumbai in 70 years
Coronavirus patients were among more than 100,000 people evacuated from low-lying coastal areas in India's western states as a cyclone advanced toward Mumbai in Maharashtra on Wednesday. ... click to read more

A Florida police officer pushed a kneeling protester to the ground. Then his black colleague stepped in
A Florida police officer is under investigation for allegedly shoving a black protester who was kneeling during a protest. But one of his colleagues, a black woman on the force, is receiving praise for appearing to reprimand him after the shove. ... click to read more

Walmart removes firearms from some stores amid protests
Walmart is removing firearms and ammunition from sales floors in some of its stores following nationwide protests sparked by the death of George Floyd. ... click to read more

Ferguson elects first black mayor in city's history
The Missouri city where the death of a black teen set off weeks of nationwide protests and outrage in 2014 elected its first woman and first black mayor Tuesday night, according to CNN affiliate KMOV. ... click to read more

Opinion: What my Florida town can teach us about racist policing
Nine days before George Floyd died an agonizing death under the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer while others watched, law enforcement officials broke up what has been described as a massive block party in my Florida hometown of DeLand and the surrounding unincorporated Volusia County. Vi... click to read more

Polaroid innovator Elsa Dorfman has died at age 83
American photographer Elsa Dorfman, known for her intimate large-scale portraits of well-known figures including Bob Dylan, Allen Ginsberg and Faye Dunaway, died last Saturday at age 83. ... click to read more

How creative director Arthur Lewis built a dynamic collection of black art
The front door of Arthur Lewis' Los Angeles home opens to a room organized like an exhibition space. The marks of domesticity -- dining room table, mantel, fireplace, throw pillows -- are present, but engulfed by art. Paintings and sculptures grab all the attention, and maybe the intention, of the ... click to read more

The 1960s symbol we need more than ever before
In a video installation by James Joyce, a yellow circle rotates as two black ovals and a curved line tumble at the bottom, thwarted by gravity. Watching the video, Perseverance in the Face of Absurdity, which was projected at Banksy's pop-up dystopian theme park, Dismaland in 2015, one can mentally... click to read more

Our cities may never look the same again after the pandemic
For advocates of walkable, unpolluted and vehicle-free cities, the past few weeks have offered an unprecedented opportunity to test the ideas they have long lobbied for. ... click to read more

George Floyd's last words fly above US cities
The final words of George Floyd, the African American man who died after being restrained by a Minneapolis police officer, have become powerful slogans for protesters in the US. ... click to read more

Keke Palmer asks National Guard to join march
Keke Palmer was on the frontlines of a peaceful demonstration in Hollywood Tuesday. ... click to read more

Chris Trousdale, singer, dead at 34
Chris Trousdale, a singer best known for his years as a member of the boy band Dream Street, has died, according to his manager. He was 34. ... click to read more

Wanda Sykes calls on white people to 'step up'
In a powerful video posted to Instagram on Monday, Wanda Sykes called on white people to "step up" and take on systematic racism. ... click to read more

Jimmy Fallon reflects on his blackface mistake
Jimmy Fallon used "The Tonight Show" to have a discussion about racism in America on Monday night. ... click to read more

What to watch in June
It may not feel like it, but we are about to enter into summer. ... click to read more

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