- U.S.USA TODAY
Young white men with long guns at George Floyd protests likely affiliated with far-right group Boogaloo
Some gun-toting men affiliated with far-right group Boogaloo offer protection. Others seek to incite violence between police and demonstrators.
Facebook and Instagram claim Donald Trump's video tributes for George Floyd violated copyright laws, and therefore took them down. The move follows a similar decision by Twitter. The removed items included videos narrated by Trump that talked about Floyd’s death while a montage of photographs and videos appear. The alleged violations stemmed from those images. […]
- U.S.The National Interest
It is important for white people to acknowledge white privilege and this history of white supremacy before helpful and healing conversations can begin and race relations improved.
- U.S.NBC News
Ex-Minneapolis cop told other officers 'you shouldn't do this' during George Floyd's arrest, lawyer says
Attorneys for two of the officers, charged with aiding and abetting murder, claimed the men tried to express concern during Floyd's deadly arrest.
- U.S.ABC News Videos
"I'm here to protect you, OK? Were not here to hurt you at all."
- U.S.Associated Press
Protesters in a rural Indiana city who took to the streets to condemn racism and police killings of black people encountered bystanders who were holding rifles during the demonstration. Eight of the bystanders held firearms, an act Crown Point Police Chief Pete Land said is protected under state law.
- BusinessYahoo Finance
May's jobs numbers left economists' jaws on the floor. Here's a roundup of what someone of them said about the unexpected gains.