- 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.
- LifestyleLos Angeles Times Opinion
Most of the coronavirus death and suffering has been in nursing homes, jails and prisons, and among the impoverished. This is why many people shun masks.
Coronavirus update: U.S. case tally tops 1.8 million; study finds face masks, social distancing effective at reducing infections
The number of Americans with confirmed case of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 climbed above 1.8 million on Tuesday, amid concerns that protests about the death of George Floyd last week, and people gathering in groups as lockdowns are lifted, will spark a fresh wave of infections. Trump, meanwhile, threatened to mobilize the military to restore peace across the U.S. late Monday, after days of protests at the death of the unarmed Floyd at the hands of a white police officer in cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C., some of which turned violent.
Jay-Z Calls for ‘Every Politician, Prosecutor and Officer in the Country to Have the Courage to Do What Is Right’
As the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police has become the flashpoint of weekend protests in nearly every state in the U.S., Jay-Z reached out to Minnesota Governor Tim Walz to tell him that “Justice needs to be served here.” Walz then announced that state attorney general Keith Ellison will head […]
- U.S.Scary Mommy
White woman calls cops on black woman for sitting in a park Last week Amy Cooper called the cops on a black man in a park for asking her to put her dog on a leash. This week protestors are marching through the streets all over the country demanding justice for George Floyd and an end 
- U.S.Yahoo News
Protesters clashed with law enforcement for the third straight evening outside the White House, and numerous businesses were vandalized by rioters defying a citywide curfew.
- U.S.Associated Press
A police officer was on life support Tuesday after being shot during a protest on the Las Vegas Strip, the latest in a handful of attacks on police amid demonstrations across the country over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The 29-year-old officer in Las Vegas was shot as police tried to disperse a large crowd of protesters in front of a casino shuttered because of the coronavirus. At about the same time and less than three miles (4.8 kilometers) away, police outside a federal courthouse shot a protester who was wearing a black tactical vest and armed with two handguns and a rifle.