- U.S.Good Morning America
Former President Barack Obama published a piece on Medium on Monday addressing the protests nationwide following the death of George Floyd -- and, specifically, how he thinks people can move forward to "sustain momentum to bring about real change." "I recognize that these past few months have been hard and dispiriting -- that the fear, sorrow, uncertainty, and hardship of a pandemic have been compounded by tragic reminders that prejudice and inequality still shape so much of American life," he wrote.
- SportsYahoo Sports
Jon Jones urged those who care about Albuquerque to protect the city.
- BusinessIn The Know
A professor changed the average grade of an entire class after one student demonstrated her integrity upon receiving an erroneous test score.
The secretary of State said he is “very concerned” about the probe being conducted by the Hague-based tribunal.
- LifestyleProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
A prior post quoted a small portion of the opening statement made on Monday morning by Colts coach Frank Reich. His full statement deserves to be repeated, and to be read. Here it is, from the video and audio posted on the Colts Twitter page: "Injustice, few things, few things stir the human heart and [more]
- U.S.Associated Press
Police officers and National Guard soldiers enforcing a curfew in Louisville killed a man early Monday when they returned fire after someone in a large group fired at them first, the city's police chief said. A witness said the group had nothing to do with the protests, and was shocked to see soldiers with machine guns arrive in military vehicles to disrupt their gathering. "Never thought I would experience that here in America,” Kris Smith said.
- WorldYahoo News UK
The amended legislation comes into force on Monday and effectively bans sex with someone from a different household.