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Seven people found dead inside burning house in AlabamaDeputies in Alabama who were responding to a call about a shots being fired in early Friday found seven people dead inside a house on fire
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Trump Sued Over Use of Force on DC ProtestersCivil rights groups including the ACLU and Black Lives Matter are taking the Trump administration to court over the forcible clearance of protesters ahead of the president's church photo-op across from the White House Monday. In a federal lawsuit filed Thursday, the groups say the use of methods including horses,...
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Deputies investigate cross burning on bridge in AlabamaDeputies are investigating a cross burning on a bridge over Interstate 85 in Alabama
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'Stunning Reversal' From NYT on Op-Ed That Sparked OutrageThe New York Times is officially reversing course. After Sen. Tom Cotton, a Republican, published an op-ed in the paper Wednesday that was met with outrage , the NYT on Thursday said Cotton's column—which advocated for the federal government using the military to suppress protests over the deaths of black...
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Alabama sheriff's office: 7 adults found dead in shooting and fire in home; no suspects in custody but no further threatAlabama sheriff's office: 7 adults found dead in shooting and fire in home; no suspects in custody but no further threat
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Ahmaud Arbery's mother, Wanda Cooper-Jones, listens to a reporter's question in front of the Glynn County Courthouse after the preliminary hearing of Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael and William Bryan, on Thursday, June 4, 2020, in Brunswick, Ga. The three men are accused of shooting her son while he ran through their neighborhood in February. (AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton)
5 Things to Know for TodayHere are a few things to know about the day’s news from The Associated Press
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California mayor resigns over email about police killingsThe mayor of a Southern California city has resigned over an email that stated he didn’t “believe there’s ever been a good person of color killed by a police officer” locally
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Trump Pledges to Campaign Against GOP SenatorPresident Trump says he will support any candidate "good or bad" against Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski when she is up for re-election in 2022. The president fired back Thursday after the Alaska senator agreed with former defense chief Jim Mattis' criticism of the president and said she "was struggling" with...
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Protesters who were arrested by police for breaking a curfew during a solidarity rally calling for justice over the death of George Floyd, sit on a sidewalk as they wait to be taken away in a van on Thursday, June 4, 2020, in New York. Floyd, an African American man, died on May 25 after a white Minneapolis police officer pressed a knee into his neck for several minutes even after he stopped moving and pleading for air. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
NYC calmer as Buffalo police draw ire for protester injuryA video of a Buffalo police officer appearing to shove an elderly man who falls and cracks his head while police cleared out protesters in a city square drew widespread condemnation
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Ohio City Says It's Looking Into Death of ProtesterThe city of Columbus, Ohio, says it's looking into reports that a young female protester died "as the result of being sprayed during a protest" in the city May 30. NBC4i reports she has been identified on social media as 22-year-old Sarah Grossman, a recent graduate of Ohio State University,...
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A man stands as a car passes by in front of an electronic stock board showing Japan's Nikkei 225 index at a securities firm in Tokyo Friday, June 5, 2020. Asian markets are mostly lower after Wall Street rally takes a breather, as investors parse unemployment data. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
World stock markets rise ahead of US jobs data Shares are up in Europe after a broad advance in Asia as investors await U.S. jobs data for May
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FILE - In this Sept. 8, 2017, file photo, newly appointed Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo takes the oath of office as his daughter Nyasia looks on during a public swearing-in ceremony, in Minneapolis. George Floyd’s death and the protests it ignited nationwide over racial injustice and police brutality have raised questions about whether Arradondo — or any chief — can fix a department that's now facing a civil rights investigation. (Anthony Souffle/Star Tribune via AP, File)
Chief struggles to change Minneapolis police cultureMany hoped Minneapolis’ first black police chief could change the culture of a police department that critics said too often uses excessive force and discriminates against people of color
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