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Protest live updates: 7 Minneapolis officers quit amid George Floyd fallout; California, New York rally for Black LGBTQ justice

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Minneapolis mayor wants mentors for new officers

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Black Americans disproportionately die in police Taser confrontations [Video]

Black Americans disproportionately die in police Taser confrontations

When police encounters involving Tasers have turned fatal, Reuters has found black people make up a disproportionate share of those who die. Linda So reports.

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Racial justice signs destined for Smithsonian exhibit [Video]

Racial justice signs destined for Smithsonian exhibit

Following weeks of protests over the death of George Floyd while in police custody, curators from the Smithsonian in Washington have begun collecting artifacts for an eventual exhibit. Lisa Bernhard has more.

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Barbra Streisand gifts Disney stock to George Floyd's daughter [Video]

Barbra Streisand gifts Disney stock to George Floyd's daughter

Barbra Streisand has presented Disney shares to the young daughter of slain Minnesota man George Floyd.

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Dave Chappelle addresses George Floyd's d*ath in new Netflix special [Video]

Dave Chappelle addresses George Floyd's d*ath in new Netflix special

The new Netflix special debuted on the platform's YouTube channel Thursday.

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Ex-Atlanta Cop Charged in Rayshard Brooks’ Death Sues, Wants Job Back

Garrett Rolfe, the ex-Atlanta cop who shot and killed Rayshard Brooks during his arrest in a Wendy's parking lot, thinks he never should've been canned ... he's..
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DA: Cop who shot Rayshard Brooks took vacation without permission

A family lawyer said Garrett Rolfe's beach vacation was a "full violation" of his bond conditions and showed disrespect.
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Wendy's Where Rayshard Brooks Was Killed Has Been Demolished [Video]

Wendy's Where Rayshard Brooks Was Killed Has Been Demolished

Rayshard Brooks was fatally shot by a police officer last month outside of a Wendy's restaurant. Following his death, protestors in the area recorded a white woman starting a fire in the building. The charred remains of the Wendy's have now been demolished reports CNN. The restaurant became a focal point of protests in the weeks after the 27-year-old Brooks was killed. Brooks has fallen asleep in his car in the drive-thru when the cops were called on him.

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Princeton Drops Woodrow Wilson's Name, Public Policy School [Video]

Princeton Drops Woodrow Wilson's Name, Public Policy School

June 27 (Reuters) - Princeton University is renaming its public policy school and Wilson College after concluding that U.S. President Woodrow Wilson’s racist thinking and policies “make him an inappropriate namesake.” Announcing the move on Saturday, Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber said it related to the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and Rayshard Brooks, Black Americans who died at the hands of police in recent months.

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Rayshard Brooks mourned at historic Atlanta church [Video]

Rayshard Brooks mourned at historic Atlanta church

[NFA] More than 200 friends and family members filled the pews of an historic Atlanta church on Tuesday for the funeral of Rayshard Brooks, a Black man who was shot twice in the back by Atlanta police outside of a fast-food restaurant on June 12. Freddie Joyner has more.

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Therapy dog comforts essential workers on New York City streets

Buddy the therapy dog can't go inside Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital any more because of visitor restrictions in place due to the pandemic. So, he's been..
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Harvey Weinstein Fears COVID Exposure in L.A. Jails, Will Fight Extradition from NY

Harvey Weinstein doesn't want to be dragged to Los Angeles to face further prosecution for alleged sex crimes ... because he's already serving a 23-year sentence..
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Rachael Ray, husband John Cusimano and dog Bella 'safe' after fire rips through their New York home

Celebrity chef Rachael Ray and her husband were not harmed after a fire roared through their home.

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Today in History for August 10th

Highlights of this day in history: 'Son of Sam' killer David Berkowitz caught near New York City; Leno and Rosemary LaBianca murdered by Charles Manson's cult;..
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Cancel Culture: Why Americans Are Relinquishing Their Citizenship In Droves [Video]

Cancel Culture: Why Americans Are Relinquishing Their Citizenship In Droves

CNN reports new research reveals a record number of people are giving up their US citizenship. Bambridge Accountants is a New York-based firm specializing in US expatriate tax, UK expatriates, actors, and other creatives in the US and the UK. The firm says more than 5,800 Americans gave up their citizenship in the first six months of 2020. That's compared to the 2,072 Americans who renounced their citizenship in all of 2019.

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California California State in the western United States

When will Disneyland reopen? COVID-19 surge keeps California theme parks in limbo

It's unlikely that the Anaheim, California, park will reopen anytime soon. The state leads the nation in coronavirus cases, with more than 550,000.

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Tito Ortiz Gets Political Support from Trump Family, 'Go Get 'Em Champ!'

Tito Ortiz says he already has some powerful support as he embarks on a political career -- with the Trump family standing firmly behind him. As we previously..
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Drive the plastic highway? How a California company's innovative repaving process could lead to the 'holy grail' of road construction.

An innovative process by a California company that adds recycled plastic to asphalt may be a "game-changer'' for the future of road construction.

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California Deer Are Facing Their Own Pandemic, And Need To Practice Social Distancing [Video]

California Deer Are Facing Their Own Pandemic, And Need To Practice Social Distancing

Deer in Northern California are dealing with a deadly, highly contagious virus called adenovirus hemorrhagic disease. In the early 1990s, thousands of deer died of adenovirus hemorrhagic disease during a major California outbreak that spread across 18 counties. The illness isn’t known to affect people or pets, but it can be devastating for deer populations.

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Coronavirus updates: Georgia school infections; Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine talks testing mess; US tops 5M cases; California church defies judge

The US smashed through another historic barrier by surpassing 5 million reported cases of COVID-19 Sunday — about 25% cases reported worldwide.
 

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L.A. County Sheriffs Point Guns at Black Teens Who Were Under Attack

The L.A. County Sheriffs are under fire again after pointing guns at three black teens who actually needed their help following several 911 calls. The incident..
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Following One Contact Tracer on the Trail of the Virus

With over 200,000 cases in Los Angeles County alone, contact tracers like Radhika Kumar have their work cut out for them.
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Crews battle brush fire north of Los Angeles

Crews were on the scene of a new brush fire Thursday afternoon burning in Santa Clarita, California about 30 miles north of Los Angeles. (August 6)
 

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Protesters praise charges against DA's husband

Black Lives Matter protesters on Wednesday applauded charges against the husband of Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey. Video shows David Lacey..
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F.B.I. Searches Jake Paul’s California Home

A SWAT team was used to enter the YouTube star’s mansion in Calabasas, northwest of Los Angeles, on Wednesday, an F.B.I. spokeswoman said.
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