Tom Cotton said troops should "show no quarter" in putting down violent protests.
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Around 6.19 million infections have been reported worldwide, with over 372,000 people dying.
The autopsy released on Monday said Floyd's death, which sparked nationwide protests, was a homicide and that he had no underlying medical conditions. Later on Monday, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner released details of its autopsy findings that also said Floyd's death was a homicide caused by asphyxiation but that he had possible underlying health conditions and intoxicants in his body that may have been contributing factors in his death.. On the surface, the independent autopsy would seem to bolster the prosecution's case against Derek Chauvin, the police officer who knelt on Floyd's neck for several minutes before he died last week.
- ‘The community is looking out for the community’: Minneapolis volunteers led by local comedian organise as George Floyd protests close groceriesThe Independent
- George Floyd protests rage for seventh night: Police, protesters clash in Chicago, Seattle; Las Vegas rally starts at Trump InternationalUSA TODAY
A woman was filmed posing in front of a damaged T-Mobile store in Santa Monica, California, on Monday, June 1, a day after protests and rioting were reported across the city.“White women continue to disappoint. These protesters are not a content opportunity for you,” Nicole Baio, who filmed this video of the incident, wrote on Twitter. Baio can be heard in the video exclaiming the woman was “making her boyfriend take her picture in front of a smashed T-Mobile.”Clean-up was underway on Monday, as business owners assessed damage from protests on Sunday night. Credit: Nicole Baio via Storyful
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Elon Musk says it's 'not right' that the other three officers involved in George Floyd's death haven't been charged
Elon Musk has weighed in on George Floyd's death, joining cries for the officers who did not intervene during the arrest to be criminally charged.
People completely misunderstood what Colin Kaepernick was trying to do with his 2016 protests, Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said.
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New research suggests COVID-19 may actually be a blood vessel disease, which would explain all of the virus' symptoms from head to toe.