EU says Russia should not yet rejoin G7, despite…

The European Union says U.S. President Donald Trump as host of an upcoming Group of Seven summit can invite who he wants but that Russia should not be allowed permanently back into the fold

Curfews Don't Prevent 7th Night Of Protests In…

Police officers were spotted clashing with protesters in multiple cities including New York City, Seattle, Philadelphia and Chicago.

Today Could Be the Day for Joe Biden

Tuesday could be the day that Joe Biden is crowned the official Democratic presidential nominee. There are 479 delegates up for grabs as Indiana (82), Maryland (96), Montana (19), New Mexico (34), Pennsylvania (186), Rhode Island (26), South Dakota (16), and the District of Columbia (20) hold Democratic presidential primaries,...

Northeast to turn warmer and unsettled

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

After Floyd protests, NYC stores plundered…

A curfew in New York City did little to prevent destruction as groups of people smashed their way into shops, including Macy’s flagship Manhattan store, grabbed merchandise and fled

Louisville Police Chief Fired After Black…

The officers involved in a Monday shooting that left a black Louisville business owner dead did not have their bodycams turned on—a revelation that has led to the firing of the police chief. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced Monday that Steve Conrad had been relieved of duty, NBC News...

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SpaceX launch a ‘turning point’ for new space age

Namira Salim, the founder and chairperson of Space Trust, says the NASA and SpaceX launch of astronauts to the International Space Station is “a turning point” for a new space age. (June 2)

5 Things to Know for Today

Here are a few things to know about the day’s news from The Associated Press

Study: Same-Sex Marriage Generated $3.8B In The U…

Since same-sex marriage was legalized in 2015, a UCLA study shows same-sex weddings have generated close to $4 billion.

Trump's Walk to Church Is a Polarizing Moment

After President Trump's dramatic threat to bring out the military to quell protests , he walked from the White House to nearby St. John's Church, where he posed for photographers while holding a Bible. Before he did so, police used tear gas to clear his way, disbursing protesters from Lafayette Square...

Tropical Depression 3 churns in Gulf of Mexico

AccuWeather meteorologists expect the system to develop into Tropical Storm Cristobal later this week.

2 Las Vegas shootings, 1 officer shot amid Floyd…

Authorities say an officer has been shot in Las Vegas and police have responded to another shooting as people protest the killings of black people by police

Cops Shot, People Killed as Unrest Continues

As protests over the death of George Floyd, and other black people, at the hands of police continued Monday night, Floyd's brother pleaded for calm. Dropping to his knees at the Minneapolis storefront where Floyd fought for his final breaths as a police officer kneeled on his neck, Terrence Floyd...

ShowBiz Minute: Foxx, Lee, Blackout

Jamie Foxx joins kneel-in protest in San Francisco; Spike Lee releases short film "3 Brothers" to protest death of George Floyd; Music industry observes day-long "blackout" on Tuesday. (June 2)

US cities erupt in more violence amid threats…

American cities erupted in violence and destruction in a seventh straight night of unrest, with several police officers shot or run over, amid boasts and threats from President Donald Trump to send in troops to “dominate the streets.”

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NBC: Minneapolis Police Used Neck Restraint 237…

Experts say while there isn't enough use-of-force data available to compare cities to Minneapolis, those numbers are high.

On One Point, the Competing George Floyd…

George Floyd's family disagrees with the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office on Floyd's cause of death—but the medical examiner did classify his death as a homicide. On that point the two autopsies (one performed by the ME's office and one ordered by Floyd's family and performed by two doctors—...

Severe storms to slice through Midwest

The storms will unleash damaging winds, and in some areas gusts could reach up to 80 mph.

Stocks open higher as investors hope for…

Stocks are trading higher on Wall Street, despite deepening unrest across the U.S., as investors hope that the gradual lifting of lockdown provisions will help economies recover from the damage caused by the coronavirus outbreak

Police Rush DC Crowd as Trump Threatens Use of…

President Trump threatened to unleash military force on the nation that will "dominate the streets" in an address Monday, promising an "overwhelming law enforcement presence until the violence has been quelled." Moments before he began speaking in the Rose Garden, military police and vehicles moved against a crowd in Lafayette...

New York stores targeted during night of violence

New York City imposed a late-night curfew Monday that failed to prevent another night of destruction, including arrests after a break-in at the iconic Macy's store on 34th Street, following protests over George Floyd’s death. (June 2)

Hong Kong leader criticizes 'double standards…

Hong Kong’s leader is criticizing the “double standards” of foreign governments regarding national security, pointing to the current unrest in the United States as an example of how attitudes differ between issues at home and abroad

'This Is Not What We Wanted': Black Protesters…

New York officials and others around the country think outside agitators are hijacking George Floyd protests.

Robert Johnson Wants 'Wealth Transfer': $14T in…

The nation needs to act boldly to avoid splitting into two unequal halves, Robert Johnson said Monday. "Wealth transfer is what's needed," the founder of Black Entertainment Television told CNBC , putting a price tag of $14 trillion on the reparations. "Now is the time to go big," Johnson said. He...

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Tuesday greeted with spectacular early morning…

People in Connecticut, Minnesota and Virginia woke up to stunning sunrises to begin their Tuesday morning on June 2. This video shows some of the best sunrises.

Will temperature checks of employees make…

Will temperature checks of employees make workplaces safe

Family Autopsy Challenges Official George Floyd…

"George died because he needed a breath, a breath of air," family attorney Ben Crump said Monday in announcing the results of an autopsy conducted at the request of his family. It's one that the Star Tribune reports "directly challenge[s]" the initial findings from the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office,...