- U.S.NBC News
Some in the crowd ripped away bike racks in the area of Pennsylvania Avenue Plaza.
- U.S.Associated Press
Protests erupting across the nation over the past week — and law enforcement's response to them — are threatening to upend efforts by health officials to track and contain the spread of coronavirus just as those efforts were finally getting underway. “These events that are happening now are further threats to the trust we need,” said Dr. Sandro Galea, dean of the Boston University School of Public Health. Over the past week, protests sparked by the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a white Minneapolis police officer pinned a knee to his neck, have involved thousands of people gathered tightly together in large crowds in more than 20 cities nationwide.
CNN commentator Don Lemon was at it again on Saturday night, tweeting out a lament that "Hollywood" was not doing enough to support street protesters. “What about Hollywood? Strangely quiet,” says @DonLemon. “Why aren’t they helping these young people? These young people are out there standing on a platform on the edge of an abyss […]
It's been quite the week of the Duck Dynasty family! Sadie Robertson had the sweetest reaction to her grandpa learning about his adult daughter from a past affair.
Russia will start administering its first approved antiviral drug to treat coronavirus patients next week, its state financial backer told Reuters, a move it described as "a game changer" that should speed a return to normal economic life. Russian hospitals can begin giving the drug to patients from June 11, with enough to treat around 60,000 people per month, the head of Russia's RDIF sovereign wealth fund told Reuters in an interview. There is currently no approved vaccine for the highly contagious and sometimes fatal illness and no consensus within the global scientific community about the efficacy of medication such as the Russian modified antiviral drug.
- U.S.FOX News Videos
Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, joins ‘Sunday Morning Futures.’