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Dolly Parton: 'Of course black lives matter!'

US country music star Dolly Parton has come out in support of Black Lives Matter, in a rare comment on politics. She told Billboard Magazine: "Do we think our little white asses are the only ones that matter? No!". With a broad fan base that spans the right and the left, the singer generally eschews political subjects. Her comments come amid a nationwide reckoning on race that has impacted all of US society, including country music. Although Ms ... Full story

US seizes millions of dollars of Iranian fuel bound for Venezuela

Image caption Bella was one of four vessels that fuel was confiscated from. The US says it has taken control of four Iranian fuel shipments bound for Venezuela in the largest-ever seizure of its kind. About 1.1 million barrels of fuel were confiscated "with the assistance of foreign partners", according to the Justice Department. Washington said the shipments violated US sanctions. Iran's ambassador to Venezuela claimed that neither the ships ... Full story

Opinion | Now we know: Trump’s racist appeals have backfired

Donald Trump won non-college graduates by a 51-to-44 percent margin in 2016; in the latest NPR-PBS NewsHour-Marist poll , he trails 46 to 48 percent among this group. Trump won White non-college graduates by a 66-to-29 percent margin four years ago; today, his lead has shrunk to 55 to 40. Support our journalism. Subscribe today. Trump won White college graduates by a 48-to-45 margin; in the new poll , he now trails Democrat Joe Biden 40 percent ... Full story

Canada says new waves of coronavirus could swamp healthcare system, send death toll soaring

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada is planning for a “reasonable worst case scenario” in which new waves of the coronavirus would intermittently swamp the public health system and send the death toll soaring, officials said on Friday. FILE PHOTO: Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam attends a news conference as efforts continue to help slow the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada March 23, 2020. ... Full story

NASA and SpaceX target October 23 for first operational astronaut launch – TechCrunch

NASA and SpaceX have set a specific target date for Crew-1, the first operational crewed mission for SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft. Crew-1 will carry astronauts Shannon Walker, Victor Oliver, Mike Hopkins and Soichi Noguchi to the International Space Station, and will mark the first regular service mission of the Dragon spacecraft following its certification at the conclusion of its development and testing program. Crew Dragon’s final major ... Full story

FBI lawyer 'altered email' to wiretap Trump aide

Image caption President Trump has consistently dismissed the Russia allegations as a "witch hunt". An ex-FBI lawyer is expected to admit falsifying a document that was used as part of the inquiry into alleged Russian interference with the 2016 US presidential election. Kevin Clinesmith's plea deal comes as prosecutors investigate the origins of the investigation by Robert Mueller. His inquiry found no criminal conspiracy between Moscow and the ... Full story

Coronavirus updates: Americans who know someone with COVID reaches new high

Matthew McConaughey grills Dr. Anthony Fauci in Instagram interview on COVID-19. Navajo Nation turns the corner on coronavirus. Dentists push back after new warning from WHO to delay routine dental checkups in areas where COVID is spreading. Here's how the news is developing today. All times Eastern. Please refresh this page for updates. 1:53 P.M.: MCKESSON TO BE 'CENTRAL DISTRIBUTOR' FOR FUTURE VACCINES, HHS SAYS. The U.S. Department of Health ... Full story

"Governor @GavinNewsom gives an update on California's COVID-19 response"

Reuters Top News: "Governor @GavinNewsom gives an update on California's COVID-19 response" Full story

France new COVID-19 cases above 2,500 for third day in a row

PARIS (Reuters) - France declared its capital Paris and the port city of Marseille high-risk zones for the coronavirus on Friday as the government reported more than 2,500 new infections for the third day in a row. FILE PHOTO: A medical worker, wearing protective suit and face mask, administers a nasal swab to a patient at a drive-through testing site for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) near the hospital in Laval, in Mayenne department, France, ... Full story

Hispanics, African Americans hit hard in U.S. COVID-19 hotspot counties, says CDC

A woman has her blood taken by Northwell Health medical workers for the antibody tests that detect whether a person has developed immunity to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the First Baptist Cathedral of Westbury in Westbury, New York, U.S., May 13, 2020. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton. (Reuters) - U.S. coronavirus hotspots had disproportionately high numbers of cases among communities of color, according to an analysis on Friday by the ... Full story