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Tear gas. Cops in riot gear. And, people screaming for justice for #GeorgeFloyd .

I’m tired of black people being killed in the streets. I’m tired in my damned bones. Don’t talk to me. Just let me sit in this. Words are insuffiecient. Language fails.

WHO warns of ‘immediate second peak’ of coronavirus as countries reopen

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Ret. NYPD Detective Marq Claxton commends the firing of four officers involved in George Floyd's death: "We can deal with the minutia of the specific rules and regulations as it relates to police use of force ... or we can deal with what we actually saw."

Google CEO Sundar Pichai told employees the company plans to reopen "more buildings in more cities" starting July 6. Employees at those locations will be able to return to the office, but each will be limited to about 10% building occupancy at first.

Face masks are too dangerous for children under two, Japanese experts warn

A Boy Scout has been playing taps every night outside a New Jersey nursing home where more than 100 veterans have died amid the coronavirus crisis and concluded his daily tribute with a special Memorial Day ceremony.

Hong Kong’s national anthem bill threatens to spark renewed protests. Here’s what to know

Opinion | Halie Soifer: "We are only now experiencing the American carnage Trump once grimly accused former President Barack Obama of overseeing — and it could have been avoided with preparation and leadership." - @NBCNewsTHINK 

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