- 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.
The only way to truly solve the race problem in America is to narrow the wealth gap, black economists say
The unrest in cities across the U.S. this week is just the latest manifestation of a struggle that will continue until the wealth gap between white people and black people is addressed, black economists said. What is the wealth gap? Put another way, the typical black household remains poorer than 80% of white households.
Michael Strahan on Being a Black Man in America: "The Color of Your Skin Makes People Scared of You"
View this post on Instagram A post shared by michaelstrahan (@michaelstrahan) on Jun 4, 2020 at 4:00pm PDT In a moving video shared to his Instagram on Thursday, Good Morning America host Michael Strahan expressed his anger in the wake of the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor. Michael spoke about his frustration due to seeing no resolution or justice after having the same conversation over and over again about police brutality and racial inequality.
- BusinessLA Times
Airline trade groups are making the case that the risk of getting COVID-19 on a flight is low.
They're celebrating England's national volunteering effort.
- LifestyleMotley Fool
Most retirees live on Social Security and money from investments, so making sure retirement account balances don't run out is essential. That's why it's so important to assess the cost of living when deciding where to retire or whether your savings will last in a current location. The price of the basics can vary dramatically from one state to another, so whether you're currently retired or are thinking about leaving the workforce soon, it's a good idea to know how much necessities will cost in your preferred location.
- U.S.House Beautiful
After Speaking out About George Floyd's Death, 'Property Brother' Jonathan Scott Gives to Four Nonprofits
"I shall use my voice, my platform and my vote to affect lasting change."