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After the pandemic, will we give up sweatpants for real clothes?

Most people are reaching for what's comfortable, pushing dressier clothes to the back of the closet for when things get back to normal.              Reported by azcentral

Six Atlanta cops face excessive force charges after tasing college students

Six Atlanta police officers will face charges for an incident in which they tased two college students and removed them from their car during protests over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed African American in police custody. Reported by Reuters

Protesters Gather In Coral Springs

Dozens of demonstrators gathered in Coral Springs on Tuesday afternoon. Reported by cbs4

Broward County Public Schools To Continue Food Distribution Through Summer

Broward County Public Schools announced it will continue its food distribution service through the summer. Reported by cbs4

Protester arrested after telling police he loves and respects them

Givionne "Gee" Jordan Jr. was heard on video telling officers: "We gotta stop living in fear. I am not your enemy. You are not my enemy." Reported by CBS News

Class of 2020: A graduation season like no other

Rituals matter, and the time-honored rituals of a high school or college graduation have been taken away from seniors and their families because of the 2020 pandemic. Rita Braver talks with students and educators about how this generation is responding to a defining societal event. Reported by CBS News

Reasonable to expect some coronavirus vaccine by year-end, Pentagon researcher says

A senior U.S. Army vaccine researcher said on Tuesday it was reasonable to expect that some sort of coronavirus vaccine could be available to part of the U.S. population by the end of the year. Reported by Reuters

Drake And The Weeknd Donate Hundreds Of Thousands To Organizations Fighting For Racial Equality

'Keep supporting our brothers and sisters out there risking everything' Reported by Daily Caller

African, Haitian migrants in Honduras defy border closure in attempt to reach U.S.

African, Cuban and Haitian migrants stranded in Honduras after borders were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic began trekking northward on Tuesday in an attempt to reach the United States, migration authorities said. Reported by Reuters

NC Gov.: 'Very Unlikely' RNC Can Proceed Without Social Distancing, Masks

With the course of the pandemic unclear, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said, "planning for a scaled-down convention with fewer people, social distancing and face coverings is a necessity." Reported by NPR

FBI Seeks Information On Individuals Inciting Violence During Protests

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking information on individuals inciting violence during First Amendment-protected peaceful demonstrations. Reported by cbs4

Denver’s free COVID-19 testing at Pepsi Center now open to anyone who may have been exposed

People who don't have symptoms of the novel coronavirus but believe they were exposed to someone with the respiratory illness will now be able get checked at the Pepsi Center, where Denver has a free, drive-up testing site. Reported by Denver Post

North Carolina governor says large-scale Republican convention 'very unlikely'

North Carolina's Democratic governor on Tuesday refused Republican demands for a full-fledged presidential convention in the state this summer, telling organizers that planning for a scaled-down event was "a necessity" due to the coronavirus. Reported by Reuters

Huntington restaurant owner under fire over racist remarks

The owner of Tutto Pazzo on a Facebook live session called people who were protesting police brutality on Monday "little animals, savages."  Reported by Newsday

Pelosi to Trump: Be a 'healer in chief'

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on President Donald Trump to be a "healer in chief" and not a "fanner of the flame" as the nation reels from mass protests over the treatment of black people in the United States. (June 2)              Reported by USATODAY

Trump visits shrine after criticized church stop

A day after his highly controversial stop outside St. John's Episcopal Church where he posed with a bible, President Donald Trump visited the Saint John Paul II National Shrine, where he laid a wreath and observed a moment of remembrance. (June 2)              Reported by USATODAY

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