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Protester questioned after threatening to burn down NYC Diamond District
A New York City protester identifying himself as “Ace Burns” was taken into custody Saturday after he said during a live interview on Fox News that he planned to set fire to Manhattan’s Diamond District. The man was st
Nearly 4K National Guard troops brought to D.C. could leave Monday, commander says
The commander of the National Guard in Washington D.C. has said additional troops brought to the district could leave as soon as Monday, according to a report. Nearly 4,000 extra National Guards troops brought in from 11 other sta
Marines ban Confederate flag — 155 years after end of Civil War
The US Marine Corps has finally banned the Confederate flag from public and workspaces at its military bases — 155 years after the Confederate States of America surrendered to Union forces. “The Confederate battle flag has a
Derek Chauvin ‘illegally’ voted in Florida before George Floyd death, lawyer alleges
The ex-cop charged with murder for kneeling on the neck of George Floyd illegally voted in Florida elections while living in Minnesota, a lawyer alleged on Friday. Attorney Dan Helm sent a letter containing the voting record of ex
Tropical Storm Cristobal advances toward US Gulf Coast
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A re-energized Tropical Storm Cristobal advanced toward the U.S. Gulf Coast on Saturday, spawning a tornado in Florida and bringing the heavy rains that already caused flooding and mudslides in Mexico and Centra
Thousands across globe protest racism, police brutality to honor George Floyd
Wearing black, holding placards reading “Be the Change” or “I Can’t Breathe” and taking the knee, thousands of people on three continents turned out Saturday in an extraordinary global show of solidar
DA declines to prosecute man arrested in St. Patrick’s Cathedral vandalism
Turns out desecration is no crime in New York City. The Queens man arrested for scarring the landmarked façade of St. Patrick’s Cathedral during a George Floyd protest is now free — because the Manhattan District Attorney’s
Poisoned ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and daughter start over in New Zealand
A former spy and his daughter who were poisoned by Russian military intelligence agents have started a new life in New Zealand. Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia settled in the country after spending more than a year ensconced
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Massachusetts Trump supporter, 82, ‘violently assaulted’ by motorist, 27, police say
Nobody should be attacked for their political views, Charlie Chase says. But according to authorities, that’s exactly what happened last week to the 82-year-old U.S. military veteran and supporter of President Trump.
Some NYC looters make off with luxury items from Dior, Chanel, more: report
The NYPD revealed that it arrested hundreds of alleged looters over the past week, some of them nabbing high-end luxury items worth thousands of dollars.
Skydiver dead after South Carolina mishap, report says
A skydiver died in South Carolina on Saturday after missing a target area during a jump, according to a report.
Ivanka Trump rips ‘cancel culture’ after she’s dropped as commencement speaker
Ivanka Trump took to Twitter Friday evening to call out cancel culture after she was dropped as a commencement speaker for Wichita State University.
NYPD says 292 officers injured during George Floyd protests, as police across US come under siege
Nearly 300 New York police officers have been injured amid the ongoing protests following George Floyd's death, Fox News has learned.
NYPD releases knife-attack video on officer: 'It was a planned assassination attempt'
The NYPD has released a video of what they're describing as a "planned assasination attempt" on one of their officers on Wednesday.
George Floyd unrest: Portland police share photos of items protesters have thrown at them
Portland police in Oregon have released images of the kinds of projectiles they have seen thrown at them during protests.
Federal judge restricts Denver police tear gas use at George Floyd protests
A federal judge has issued an order restricting the use of tear gas at George Floyd protests by the Denver Police Department.
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Good cop/bad cop: Solving the Heather Bogle murder
After a young mom is found murdered in the trunk of her car, a detective doggedly pursues the wrong suspects. It would take a dedicated sheriff to find a real suspect. Were there other victims?
Tens of thousands join marches throughout U.S.
A private memorial service was held in George Floyd's birthplace of Raeford, North Carolina, where family celebrated his life and public officials called for change.
Marine Corps to remove displays of Confederate battle flag
The flags are being removed "in order to support our core values, ensure unit cohesion and security and preserve good order and discipline," the directive explains.
CBS Evening News, June 6, 2020
Massive peaceful protests fill the streets of Washington, D.C.; Artists in Minneapolis turn boarded up storefronts into art
Possible tornado touches down near Orlando
Video of the possible tornado shared on social media showed a funnel cloud leaving a path of destruction.
Massive peaceful protests fill the streets of Washington, D.C.
From the Lincoln Memorial to the White House, protesters continued to march peacefully in the nation's capital while demanding change and social justice. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Trump demanded 10,000 active-duty troops deploy to streets
In an attempt to satisfy Mr. Trump's demand, Esper and Milley used the call with the governors later that morning to implore them to call up the National Guard in their own states, the official said.
Trump wanted to deploy 10,000 troops to D.C. to deal with protests
President Trump initially wanted to deploy 10,000 troops to Washington D.C. following last week's protests over the death of George Floyd. High-ranking members of Mr. Trump's cabinet managed to dissuade him of the idea. Ben Tracy

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