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News 2021-07-11T16:52:56Z
U.S. President Donald Trump listens during a roundtable discussion on Venezuela as he visits Iglesia Doral Jesus Worship Center in Doral, Florida, U.S., July 10, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

As coronavirus cases climb, Trump says states with an uptick in cases are 'going to be fine' and will be back to normal 'very quickly'

Coronavirus deaths are once again on the rise amid a surge of confirmed cases in states like Arizona, California, Texas, and Florida.
News 2021-07-09T20:26:00Z
Park Won-soon, Seoul, South Korea

Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon — a #MeToo supporter — a was found dead of an apparent suicide a day after an employee filed a sexual harassment claim against him

Park Won-Soon reportedly gave his daughter a "will-like" message before he was reported missing Thursday.
News 2021-07-09T20:06:18Z
FILE - In this Aug. 13, 2019, file photo, students walk past the statue of John Harvard in Harvard Yard at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, urged the nation's richest colleges, including Harvard, to reject federal funding that was allotted to them in the government's multi-trillion dollar coronavirus rescue package. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

Colleges are scrambling to figure out how to keep international students in the US as ICE threatens to deport them

Students may be able to stay if they take a mixture of online and in-person classes, but the new ICE guidelines lack clarity over the requirements.
News 2021-07-09T03:16:02Z

The Minneapolis Police Department trained its officers to use the neck restraint that led to George Floyd's killing, according to court documents

The Minneapolis Police Department training manual, included in a court filing on Tuesday, said the maneuver can be used on suspects resisting arrest.
News 2021-07-08T22:14:38Z

Amy Cooper is facing a criminal charge for calling the police on a Black bird watcher, but the victim believes she's already 'paid a steep price' and won't cooperate with prosecutors

"If the DA feels the need to pursue charges, he should pursue charges. But he can do that without me," Christian Cooper said in a statement.
News 2021-07-08T21:53:19Z

Iowa's governor said her driver 'acted appropriately' when he hit a Black Lives Matter protester blocking her SUV

The protester said he stood in front of the car during a demonstration in the hopes that Reynolds would roll down her window and speak with activists.
Sports 2021-07-08T19:46:03Z

Senator Kelly Loeffler told the WNBA 'to remove politics from sports' while using women's basketball as a political stance in her hotly contested special election

Rep. Doug Collins is challenging Republican Senator and Atlanta Dream owner Kelly Loeffler from the right in a razor-tight special election.
News 2021-07-08T15:42:22Z

A Louisiana lawmaker posted a video taking a chainsaw to a surgical mask and complained that people who don't wear masks will be persecuted like Jews in Nazi Germany

Shreveport is requiring residents to wear masks inside businesses. A state lawmaker said "the constitution is being shredded before our very eyes."
News 2021-07-08T12:24:35Z

A San Francisco lawmaker is proposing a 'CAREN Act' to punish people who make racially-charged 911 calls

The acronym CAREN is a nod to so-called "Karens," a term popularly used to describe white women filmed racially abusing nonwhite people.
Sports 2021-07-07T22:08:30Z

WNBA players demand US Senator and Atlanta Dream owner Kelly Loeffler be removed after her comments against the Black Lives Matter movement and its place in the league

The WNBA players union tweeted "E-N-O-U-G-H! O-U-T!" in response to the Trump-supporting senator's latest comments against Black Lives Matter.
Politics 2021-07-07T13:39:00Z

Reliable, friendly, and masters of one-way communication: Meet the dog mayors of America

Some small towns across the US have looked for leadership in dogs instead of people. Here are the country's great dog leaders.
News 2021-07-07T10:37:18Z

Tulsa is resuming work to find the mass graves dug during its 1921 race massacre

The test dig, at the site of a possible mass grave resulting from the destruction at "Black Wall Street," had been halted due to the coronavirus.
News 2021-07-07T07:43:32Z

Nearly 1,000 inmates will be removed from San Quentin prison after its infection rate has gotten so bad it's been dubbed 'the Chernobyl of COVID'

Infectious disease specialist Dr. Peter Chin-Hong told NBC Bay Area: "That tower is burning and it's really unsafe to get in their right now."
News 2021-07-06T17:41:28Z

A Frederick Douglass statue in upstate New York was vandalized on the anniversary weekend of his Independence Day speech

Police in Rochester, New York, found a statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass removed from its base in Maplewood Park on Sunday.
News 2021-07-06T16:29:04Z

2 people were caught on camera vandalizing a Black Lives Matter mural in California, calling it 'a leftist lie'

The mural was organized in response to white-supremacist leaflets that were distributed throughout the town of Martinez, California.
Sports 2021-07-06T14:44:23Z

Trump attacks NASCAR and driver Bubba Wallace in bizarre tweet calling noose found in garage a 'hoax'

President Donald Trump called out the only Black driver in NASCAR in a tweet Monday demanding an apology and questioning the sport's ratings.
News 2021-07-06T10:28:02Z

Prince Andrew's lawyers had contact with a DC lobbyist famous for his risky clients in hopes of getting help with the Epstein case

Last year, Virginia Giuffre Roberts claimed she was forced to have sex with Andrew when she was 17. The prince has repeatedly denied the allegations.
News 2021-07-05T20:48:25Z

Some Texas and New Mexico law enforcement agencies say they won't enforce governors' orders to wear masks

Despite the politics surrounding masks, health experts have argued they are vital in stopping community spread of the coronavirus.
News 2021-07-05T16:33:24Z

New York is set for Phase 3 of reopening, but indoor dining is still off-limits

Phase 3 will allow personal care businesses like tattooing, waxing, and spas to welcome customers with heightened safety guidelines.
Entertainment 2021-07-04T13:49:31Z

'Not OK': Neil Young denounces the use of his songs at Trump's Mount Rushmore event

Young has called out his songs being used at Trump events since 2015 after one of his hits was played during an official campaign announcement.
Politics 2021-07-04T09:00:00Z

Cities around the US have already cut at least $1.19 billion from police budgets since George Floyd was killed

Cities including New York, Los Angeles, Oakland, and Boston have answered calls to reduce police funding as Black Lives Matter protests continue.
News 2021-07-03T21:51:07Z

3 police officers have been fired over a photo in which cops took a selfie reenacting the chokehold used on Elijah McClain

The photo featured officers Jaron Jones, Erica Marrero, and Kyle Dittrich, smiling by a memorial for Elijah McClain.
News 2021-07-03T20:18:48Z

A Jeffrey Epstein accuser says Ghislaine Maxwell also raped her multiple times

"She is just as evil as Jeffrey Epstein," the unnamed woman told Fox News in an exclusive interview. "She is a rapist."
Politics 2021-07-03T19:37:47Z

A 6-year-old girl was kicked out of a daycare center for wearing Black Lives Matter shirts

Political views from parents are not welcome in a childcare environment, according to the daycare center.
News 2021-07-02T21:55:06Z

Prosecutors say the timing of charges against Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell is 'not at all' related to Trump firing Geoffrey Berman

President Donald Trump fired US Attorney Geoffrey Berman last month. His replacement said Maxwell's the timing of arrest isn't related.
News 2021-07-02T19:56:16Z

Dramatic photos from Hong Kong show police cracking down and arresting at least 370 protesters after China imposed its sweeping new national security law

China's new national security law was passed on Tuesday, giving Beijing sweeping authority to suppress voices of the Hong Kong protesters.
Sports 2021-07-02T17:39:45Z

WNBA superstar Maya Moore reunites with Jonathan Irons in an emotional video after she fought to have his wrongful conviction overturned

On Wednesday, Jonathan Irons walked free for the first time in 23 years after WNBA superstar Maya Moore helped fight to overturn his conviction.
Culture 2021-07-02T01:42:28Z

TikTokers are attempting to shut down Trump's online merch store, but their tactic may not work

In a meme, TikTok users are encouraging others to engage in a practice known as "Denial of Inventory," hoping to take down Trump's online stores.
News 2021-07-01T09:16:12Z

The New York City Council passed a budget to defund the NYPD by $1 billion — but nobody seems to like it

The $1 billion cancels the incoming class of officers, and will be reallocated to services like summer youth programs and broadband in public housing.
News 2021-06-30T22:31:44Z

Photos show how protesters in New York City are occupying City Hall, demanding the police budget be cut before the July 1 deadline

Hundreds of protesters have set up camp inside City Hall Park in Manhattan to demand at least $1 billion be cut from the NYPD before July 1.
News 2021-06-30T20:25:00Z

Kellyanne Conway's 15-year-old daughter is defiantly posting anti-Trump and pro-Black Lives Matter TikToks 'to inform people and spread love'

Claudia Conway said her mother, White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, asked her to delete the TikTok videos, but she "respectfully declined" to do so.
News 2021-06-30T19:38:20Z

The man who shouted 'white power' in a video shared by Trump is a retired firefighter who has been disowned by his former employer

The man who was seen yelling "white power" was identified by the Miami Herald as Roger Stokes, a 71-year-old retired Miami-Dade County firefighter.
Sports 2021-06-30T17:57:00Z

US Soccer apologized to Megan Rapinoe 4 years after she was criticized for being one of the first athletes to kneel in support of Colin Kaepernick

Megan Rapinoe said the apology put her in "a little bit of a weird position" but commended US Soccer for its "institutional taking of responsibility."
News 2021-06-29T21:40:17Z

Community bail funds raised a record $75 million since the George Floyd protests began, but leaders say paying everyone's bail is 'not the goal'

One fund, which received the most donations — about $35 million— faced backlash after sharing it had only used $200,000 to bail out jailed protestors.
Sports 2021-06-29T19:46:44Z

Julie Ertz and US women's national team, Chicago Red Stars teammate Casey Short took a knee, held each other, and cried during the national anthem at their first game in 8 months

Broadcaster Mike Watts said "I don't think there has been a more striking singular image than Casey Short and Julie Ertz in that moment."
Sports 2021-06-29T16:06:35Z

A North Carolina racetrack lost nearly all of its sponsors and races after the owner placed a 'Bubba rope' for sale on Facebook

The 311 Speedway owner also organized a "Heritage Night" at the track and encouraged spectators to "purchase your Confederate Flags & Caps here."
News 2021-06-28T19:52:00Z

The Rolling Stones are threatening to sue Trump's campaign over using their songs at rallies and events

The Stones are the latest group to order the campaign to stop using their music after artists like Tom Petty and Neil Young spoke out.
Politics 2021-06-28T13:19:08Z

Greta Thunberg accused German Chancellor Angela Merkel of lining up to take a selfie with her just to 'look good'

Thunberg castigated Angela Merkel and other world leaders at the UN summit as stealing her dreams, but they still craved an Instagram moment with her.
Sports 2021-06-27T18:08:51Z

Every single NWSL player kneeled during the national anthem at the first professional contact sports game to return in the US since the coronavirus pandemic began

Players on the Portland Thorns and NC Courage wore "Black Lives Matter" shirts and issued a joint statement about kneeling during the national anthem.
News 2021-06-27T17:19:02Z

St. Louis mayor faces calls to resign after she was accused of doxxing the names and addresses of constituents who wrote letters calling for police defunding

Mayor Lyda Krewson, a Democrat, faced calls to resign after she shared on Facebook names and addresses of protestors who called for police defunding.
Sports 2021-06-27T16:01:04Z

Map shows which states have the most calls to boycott the NFL after the league's newfound support for kneeling players

Many fans were unhappy with the NFL after Commissioner Roger Goodell admitted the league was wrong to discourage players from peacefully protesting.
News 2021-06-27T15:30:00Z

As police violence comes under more scrutiny, Black parents say they're still giving their kids 'The Talk' about dealing with cops

Different versions of "The Talk" have existed for generations as Black parents and children navigate racism and police violence in the US.
News 2021-06-26T22:08:19Z

19 photos from Texas, where the governor paused the next stage of reopening as coronavirus cases surge

On Friday, Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott halted the next stage of reopening and shut down some businesses as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations surge.
Sports 2021-06-26T22:03:19Z

Coach K says it's time to say 'Black Lives Matter' in passionate video plea asking Americans to acknowledge systemic racism and social injustice

The Duke Blue Devils head coach and United States Military Academy alumnus said Black Lives Matter is "a human rights statement" and "not political."
Sports 2021-06-26T17:17:27Z

Map shows which states have the most calls to boycott NASCAR after its ban on the Confederate flag and Bubba Wallace noose incident

A number of the states most supportive of a NASCAR boycott are not located in the South, where the Confederate flag traces its roots.
News 2021-06-26T16:07:54Z

Jon Stewart says he doesn't remember Republicans being mad about erasing history when the Saddam Hussein statue was toppled in Baghdad

On "The Daily Social Distancing Show with Trevor Noah", Jon Stewart lampooned Republicans' hypocrisy over tearing down Confederate statues.
Culture 2021-06-26T15:40:48Z

A Michigan GOP candidate's daughter begged voters online not to vote for her father — he blamed the disagreement on her 'liberal university'

"For the love of god do not vote for my dad for state rep," Stephanie Regan tweeted, later urging voters to read up on her father's policies.
Culture 2021-06-25T23:50:34Z

TikTok teens are organizing to mass-report Trump's social media accounts

A viral TikTok calling on people to mass report President Trump's social media accounts has spread to Twitter to mobilize teens and K-pop fans.
Sports 2021-06-25T21:09:53Z

Bomani Jones skewered Will Cain on his own radio show after the ESPN commentator said that the NASCAR Bubba Wallace noose incident would be an 'impediment to race relations' in America

"White folks gotta live with the fact that you're asking for a benefit of the doubt that is not supported by the historical record," Jones told Cain.
News 2021-06-25T21:00:37Z

The town where Robert Fuller was found dead has a history of racism that has fueled speculation over his death

A long history of racism in Palmdale and the surrounding Antelope Valley fueled speculations that Robert Fuller was murdered.
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