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FBI investigates reported July 4 lynching attempt in Indiana

(Reuters) - The FBI is investigating a hate-crime report lodged by a Black civil rights activist in Indiana who said he was assaulted by several white men threatening to lynch him before a group of bystanders and friends intervened to stop the attack. The federal inquiry into the July 4 confrontation at Lake Monroe, near Bloomington, Indiana, was confirmed to Reuters on Thursday by FBI and U.S. Justice Department officials in Washington and ... Full story

Tuberculosis vaccine may be limiting COVID-19 deaths; dormitory screening urged

(Reuters) - The following is a brief roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus. FILE PHOTO: The ultrastructural morphology exhibited by the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), which was identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China, is seen in an illustration released by the ... Full story

Hispanic brand faces boycott for praising Trump - BBC News

A popular Hispanic-owned food company is facing calls for a boycott, after its chief executive praised US President Donald Trump. While at the White House, Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue said Mr Trump's leadership was a blessing. Goya Foods - sold in the US and many Latin countries - is the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the US. But now many of its loyal customers and some high-profile Democrats are calling for a boycott of the firm. HOW ... Full story

NAACP president calls Facebook a 'threat to democracy,' says ad boycott isn't dying down soon

Derrick Johnson, the president of the NAACP and one of the leaders of the ongoing Facebook ad boycott, called the social media giant a "threat to democracy" and said that they won't back down until the platform is safe for everyone. "Facebook is allowing their platform to be used as a gathering point to meet, recruit and plan out harm against communities," Johnson told ABC News. "They've also allowed their platform to be manipulated by a ... Full story

Goya Foods CEO "not apologizing" for praising President Trump

Backlash over Goya CEO's Trump support Backlash over Goya CEO's Trump support. The head of Goya Foods —which sells Hispanic cuisine staples like garbanzo beans and adobo and bills itself as the country's largest Hispanic-owned food company — is not waving any olive branches in confronting a backlash for extolling the virtues of President Donald Trump. Goya CEO Robert Unanue described Americans as "truly blessed" to have Mr. Trump's leadership ... Full story

UK expected to order removal of Huawei 5G equipment by 2025: Telegraph

FILE PHOTO: The Huawei logo is seen at the high profile startups and high tech leaders gathering, Viva Tech,in Paris, France May 16, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Platiau. LONDON (Reuters) - The British government is expected to set a deadline of 2025 for removing equipment made by China’s Huawei from the country’s 5G telecoms networks, the Telegraph newspaper said on Friday. The Telegraph reported that British culture minister Oliver Dowden will make ... Full story

Army's 'Captain America' dies by suicide after nearly a dozen combat tours

The enemy could never break him, but what this decorated Green Beret eventually found was that his enemy was within. Friends who served with him in the military say he was the real “Captain America.”. Master Sgt. Andrew Christian Marckesano served six full tours in Afghanistan with the 82nd Airborne and the Ranger regiment and a half dozen more combat tours overseas. He rose to become a decorated Green Beret and a Silver Star recipient. He had ... Full story

Amazon tells employees to delete TikTok, app users fear shutdown

Fears over TikTok’s Chinese ownership is setting up a battle between the Trump administration and Amazon on one hand, and the social media site’s users on the other. On Friday, Amazon sent an email to employees ordering them to delete the app from phones that also have access to Amazon email accounts, citing “security risks,” according to a copy of the message shared with The Washington Post. Amazon representatives didn’t immediately respond to ... Full story

Ghislaine Maxwell requests bail due to 'significant' coronavirus risk

Image caption Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell in New York in 2005. Ghislaine Maxwell should be released on bail of $5m (£4m) while awaiting trial for sex trafficking minors because of the risk of contracting coronavirus in jail, her lawyers have argued. The British socialite was arrested on 2 July and is accused of assisting convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein's abuse of minors. In documents submitted to New York court, her lawyers said ... Full story

TikTok: Amazon says email asking staff to remove app 'sent in error'

Amazon has said an email sent to employees asking them to remove the video-sharing app TikTok from any mobile device that can access their company email was sent in error. An internal memo sent to staff earlier on Friday had said employees should delete the app over "security risks". The app, owned by a Chinese company, has come under scrutiny because of fears it could share data with China. TikTok said it did not understand Amazon's concerns. ... Full story