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Barr personally ordered removal of protesters near White House, leading to use of force against largely peaceful crowd

Secret Service officers then surrounded the area and created a protective zone for President Trump, who moments later crossed the street and made an appearance outside St. John’s Church. On Tuesday, however, federal officials offered conflicting reasons for the forcible removal of the protesters, seeking to separate the move from Trump’s visit to the church. The White House asserted that the crowd was dispersed to help enforce the city’s 7 p.m. ... Full story

Trudeau's epic pause when asked about Trump

Asked about race, unrest and the US response, the Canadian prime minister chose his words carefully. Full story

Use of helicopter with Red Cross in D.C. a violation of norms, military law experts say

On the battlefield, the roar of helicopter blades paired with a Red Cross is salvation for wounded troops and civilians. But the thwomping blades of military helicopters, including one with Red Cross markings, were part of a low-flying show of force over Washington’s streets Monday night. Numerous videos on social media showed an unarmed Lakota medevac helicopter hovering over demonstrators. Its Red Cross markings, visible on the aircraft’s ... Full story

"George Floyd’s 6-year-old daughter, her mother, and their attorneys speak"

Reuters Top News: "George Floyd’s 6-year-old daughter, her mother, and their attorneys speak". -. -. - Sorry, this site requires JavaScript for full functionality. Please enable JavaScript in your browser and reload the page. Full story

Google is sued in U.S. for tracking users' 'private' internet browsing

FILE PHOTO: A 3D printed Google logo is seen in this illustration taken April 12, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo. (Reuters) - Google was sued on Tuesday in a proposed class action accusing the internet search company of illegally invading the privacy of millions of users by tracking their internet use from browsers set in “private” browsing mode. The lawsuit seeks at least $5 billion, accusing the Alphabet Inc unit of ... Full story

Silence Is NOT An Option

All of us at Ben & Jerry’s are outraged about the murder of another Black person by Minneapolis police officers last week and the continued violent response by police against protestors. We have to speak out. We have to stand together with the victims of murder, marginalization, and repression because of their skin color, and with those who seek justice through protests across our country. We have to say his name: George Floyd. George Floyd was ... Full story

Canadians watching U.S. in 'horror and consternation,' says PM Trudeau

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, when asked about U.S. President Donald Trump possibly calling in the military to quell protests, paused here ,2020:newsml_OVCGOO7OF_K15&pageId=ReutersNews for more than 20 seconds before responding that Canadians were observing events in the U.S. with horror. “We all watch in horror and consternation what’s going on in the United States,” Trudeau said on Tuesday at a daily news ... Full story

President Trump misses Pride Month for third time

Over the past several days, President Donald Trump has issued presidential actions proclaiming June as National Homeownership Month, Great Outdoors Month and Caribbean-American Heritage Month, among others. On Monday, amid protests across the country, the White House still managed to issue a statement recognizing June 1 as Global Coptic Day — but two days in, nothing, so far, for LGBTQ Pride month. In the nearly four years since he has been ... Full story

India coronavirus: The man who survived 36 days on a ventilator

Image caption Nitaidas Mukherjee is a well-known social worker in Kolkata. "He might not make it tonight. Things are suddenly looking very bad," Dr Saswati Sinha told a patient's wife on the phone as she drove back to her hospital through the deserted streets of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta). It was the night of 11 April. India was in the throes of a harsh lockdown to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The ... Full story

Uplifting moments from peaceful protests

Amid chaotic and violent scenes, glimmers of hope, unifying gestures and stirring displays of solidarity. Full story