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Celebs Take To The Streets For Historic…

From Jamie Foxx and John Cusack to Emily Ratajkowski, many celebrities decided to do more than just tweet about their outrage over the killings of black people at the hands of police.

Cause Of Death Released For 'Twilight' Actor

Authorities in Las Vegas have released the cause of deaths for an actor from the film 'Twilight' and his girlfriend.

New Poll Suggests Trouble for President Trump

Big swing toward Biden has Trump campaign worried as America burns during protests.

Trump Wants To Label Leftist Protesters As A…

President Donald Trump said the government will label anti-fascist group Antifa a terrorist organization.

Cops Abandon Their Side Of The Line To Join With…

Officers across the country shared messages of unity and support for protesters.

Man At The Center Of Massive TV Scandal Dies

The whistleblower of early television whose confession to deliberately losing on a 1950s quiz show helped drive a national scandal has died.

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Farmer's Killing Was 'Incomprehensible' — Until…

A small community has spent nearly 30 years searching for answers in a farmer's brutal killing.

Artist Loved Worldwide Dies At 84

The artist was known for massive, ephemeral public arts projects.

Beloved ‘The Flying Nun’ Star Dies At 95

The Emmy nominated actress appeared on 80 episodes of "The Flying Nun" as well as several hit movies.

Is This Animal Responsible For Passing…

Officials believe they have detected the first likely case of the coronavirus jumping from an animal to a human.

Hong Kong's Leader Accuses US of 'Double Standard'

Hong Kong's leader has defended China's new national security law blocking secession, subversion, terrorism, and foreign interference in the city while accusing the US of a double standard. "For some countries that have had a high-profile response and claimed they will take action, I can only describe them as upholding...

With Italy at risk, Europe Central Bank could…

The European Central Bank could soon be ramping up its campaign against the pandemic to more than a trillion euros

Trump Thanks Himself For 'Overwhelming Force…

President Trump on Tuesday thanked himself for “overwhelming force” taken against protesters the day prior.

Trump Says He May Invoke the Insurrection Act…

Trump Says He May Invoke the Insurrection Act, Here's What to Know About It In prepared remarks in the White House Rose Garden on Monday, President Donald Trump threatened to deploy the U.S. military to put down violent protests in U.S. cities. If Trump does deploy the U.S. military, he will do so under the Insurrection Act, a law signed by President Thomas Jefferson in 1807. The last time the act was invoked was in 1992 during the L.A. riots. It was also used in 1968 following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King. Trump stated that he would deploy the U.S. military, regardless of whether state official requested deployment. In order to do this, Trump must first issue an order for "insurgents" to disperse in a clearly laid out time frame. The Insurrection Act allows unrequested deployment to quell "unlawful assemblages," rebellion or when the laws become unenforceable. However, the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 prohibits the deployment of military troops for use as police forces. Critics of Trump's use of the Insurrection Act include NY Governor Andrew Cuomo and Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker.

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1807 Law Is at Center of Trump's Newest Move

"If a city or state refuses to take the actions that are necessary to defend the life and property of their residents, then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them," President Trump declared Monday . His ability to do so amid the George Floyd...

Uber, Lyft, and Lime Suspending Services In…

Uber and Lyft said they'll suspend rides and deliveries in cities where curfews are issued. Over the weekend, Uber temporarily shut down in parts of country says Business Insider. California, Minnesota, New York City, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and others have enacted curfews. Rentable scooters have also become a mainstay of protests. Lime says it's removing vehicles from select cities. The companies hope to discourage people from using their companies to get to protests.

U.K. Parliament To Vote On Future Of Remote…

In order to obey the country's social distancing guidelines, lawmakers have been utilizing a "hybrid" way of working since April.

Northeast to turn warmer and unsettled

Some severe weather is expected on Wednesday as temperatures begin to trend higher in the region.

Pulse

Trailer for 'Pulse' starring Caroline Brazier, Daniel Monks, Scott Lee, Sian Ewers, Isaro Kayitesi

Fallon Talks 'Biggest Crime' of White Guys

Jimmy Fallon promised a "different kind of show" in returning to the Tonight Show after a weeklong hiatus on Monday—and he delivered. Days after tweeting an apology for a 2000 Saturday Night Live sketch in which he impersonated Chris Rock in blackface, Fallon opened with a somber monologue , saying...

Adam Sandler Had Scary On-Set Accident

The actor won critical acclaim for his role as Howard Ratner in 'Uncut Gems,' but he almost didn't live to see it.

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6-Year-Old Makes Unbelievable Discovery

A six-year-old boy found an object that dates back to the late Bronze Age at Israel’s Tell Jemmeh archaeological site.

6th Mass Extinction Is Speeding Along. It's…

Biodiversity is critical for human life, which makes the latest study on it especially troubling. In research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on the sixth mass extinction we're currently undergoing, scientists looked at threatened-species data from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, analyzing...

Astronauts ring opening bell for Nasdaq from…

The astronauts launched into orbit by SpaceX have joined in the ringing of the opening bell for Nasdaq