Global Foes Point to Rampant Floyd Protests to Rebut US Criticisms

Global Foes Point to Rampant Floyd Protests to Rebut US Criticisms
A police car burns during a George Floyd protest this week in Los Angeles, top. Police brace for anti-government protest in Hong Kong, bottom. (Getty Images)
Flynn Judge Defends Refusal to Rubber-Stamp Dismissal of Case
The judge overseeing Michael Flynn's prosecution defended his decision not to rubber-stamp the Justice Department's dismissal of its case against President Donald Trump's former national security adviser. U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan in Washington said in a brief filed...... [Full Story]
BET Founder Wants US Govt to Provide $14T for Reparations for Slavery
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Protests Hammer US Cities Still Recovering From Lockdown
The reopening of America was always going to be fraught, with [Full Story]
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Says Protests Give Voiceless a Voice
After writing an op-ed over the weekend calling racism in the U.S. [Full Story]
Obama Condemns Violence, Says Protesters Can Bring About Real Change
Former President Barack Obama on Monday condemned violence amid [Full Story]
Watchdog: IRS Fails to Pursue Thousands of Rich Tax Cheats
The Internal Revenue Service is letting hundreds of thousands of [Full Story]
Mortgage Sector Off to Worst Start Since 2013 Despite Fed Help
Mortgage investors have yet to enjoy robust returns this year despite [Full Story]
CNN Chief Jeff Zucker May Run for NYC Mayor
CNN President Jeff Zucker left open the prospect of contending in the [Full Story]
High Court Declines to Take Sanders Supporters' Lawsuit
The Supreme Court is declining to revive a lawsuit by supporters of [Full Story]
Wall Street, Fed Fly Blind as Virus Upends Stress Tests
U.S. financial regulators, banks and their investors will get their [Full Story]
Facebook's Zuckerberg Faces Employee Blowback Over Ruling on Trump Comments
Facebook employees critical of CEO Mark Zuckerberg's decision not to [Full Story]
Supreme Court: Immigrants Who Fear Torture Can Appeal Deportations
Immigrants facing deportation can now appeal the ruling to send them [Full Story]
Supreme Court Declines to Take Bernard Madoff Trustee Case
The Supreme Court is leaving in place a ruling that allows the [Full Story]
Putin Sets July 1 for Vote to Extend His Rule for Years
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday set a July 1 date for a [Full Story]
US Supreme Court Upholds Puerto Rico Financial Oversight Board Appointments
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld appointments to Puerto Rico's [Full Story]
Derek Chauvin Moved to Maximum Security Prison
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis policeman charged with murder [Full Story]
Virus Spawns Pandemic of Christian Persecution
The coronavirus pandemic has triggered a sharp uptick in Christian [Full Story] |
US Judge Weighing Fight over Trump Ex-Adviser Flynn to Respond on Case
The U.S. judge weighing whether to drop a criminal case against [Full Story]
Iran Says Scientist Jailed in US to Return in Days
Tehran said Monday that scientist Sirous Asgari, one of more than a [Full Story]
Philadelphia's New Voting Machines Under Scrutiny in Tuesday's Elections
When Pennsylvania holds primary elections on Tuesday, some election [Full Story]
Protesters in Some Cities Target Confederate Monuments
Protesters demonstrating against the death of George Floyd, a [Full Story]
Artist Christo, Known for Wrapping Landmarks, Dies
Christo, the Bulgarian-born artist best known for his temporary [Full Story]
Dems to Interview Ousted State Department Watchdog
Members of three House and Senate committees will interview former [Full Story]
Protesters Spark Fears of a Spike in Coronavirus Cases
Mass protests over the death of George Floyd could trigger a second wave of coronavirus cases, experts fear. As people across the country gather to protest police brutality, health care experts predict that the cases of COVID-19 will rise. On Sunday alone there was an... [Full Story]
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