- U.S.Associated Press
A full autopsy of George Floyd, the handcuffed black man who died after being restrained by Minneapolis police, was released Wednesday and provides several clinical details, including that Floyd had previously tested positive for COVID-19. The 20-page report released by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office came with the family's permission and after the coroner's office released summary findings Monday that Floyd had a heart attack while being restrained by officers, and classified his May 25 death as a homicide. Bystander video showing Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin pressing his knee on Floyd's neck, ignoring Floyd's “I can't breathe” cries until he eventually stopped moving, has sparked nationwide protests, some violent.
- U.S.CBS News
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer attempted to pass the resolution by unanimous consent.
- CelebrityUSA TODAY Entertainment
After his Instagram post supporting Black Lives Matter, Seth Rogen has fired back at several commenters taking issue with the phrase.
- SportsYahoo Sports
Akiem Hicks took a shot at a former teammate to make a point.
- CelebrityGood Morning America
One of Jennifer Aniston's most famous portraits is heading to the auction block for COVID-19 relief. Aniston, 51, revealed on Instagram over the weekend that photographer Mark Seliger organized the auction. "My dear friend @markseliger teamed up with @radvocacy and @christiesinc to auction 25 of his portraits - including mine - for COVID-19 relief," the "Friends" alum announced.
Shaun Robinson Calls Out Ex-Access Hollywood Co-Anchor Billy Bush for 'Pain' His 'White Privilege' Caused Her
Ex-Access Hollywood staple Shaun Robinson is taking former co-anchor Billy Bush to task for arriving late to the Black Lives Matter movement. Responding to Bush's Extra Q&A with colleague Nate Burleson about the George Floyd protests, Robinson harrumphed on Twitter, "I appreciate you being an ally now. But, if you want to talk about the pain […]
- U.S.ABC News
Small-town police chief killed as officers in 3 cities wounded during violence at George Floyd protests
A retired St. Louis police captain who became a small-town police chief was found fatally shot early Tuesday outside a pawn shop that was looted after protests over the death of George Floyd turned violent. David Dorn, 77, was discovered on the sidewalk in front of Lee's Pawn & Jewelry in St. Louis around 2:30 a.m., said Police Commissioner John Hayden.