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George Floyd death: The man who sheltered 80 US protesters

It was past curfew and protesters in Washington DC were trapped as police closed both ends of a street and moved in. That’s when one resident flung open his doors. Police said they made nearly 200 arrests in the area and will review how they conducted themselves. Produced by Dhruti Shah, Rozina Sini, Helier Cheung, […]Read More

Good Morning, Illini Nation: Interesting stories from Eddie Johnson

Welcome to “Good Morning, Illini Nation,” your daily dose of college basketball news from Illini beat writer and AP Top 25 voter Scott Richey. He’ll offer up insights every morning on Brad Underwood’s team: Your browser does not support the audio element. Illinois Hall of Famer Eddie Johnson was the first guest on this past […]Read More

Shot officer not national news?

Wednesday Jun 3, 2020 at 7:30 AM When a black man is taken down and killed by a white policeman, it ranks national news coverage. When two black men gun down a white police officer in Monroe, Mich., where’s the national news coverage? Rich Pilatowski PetersburgRead More

Shiprocket promotes chief business officer Akshay Ghulati as co

Logistics firm Shiprocket has elevated its Chief Business Officer Akshay Ghulati as co-founder, four years after he joined the startup. Ghulati, who oversees business functions including strategy, marketing, customer experience and sales, began working at the logistics aggregator when it was called KartRocket in early 2016. The name was later changed to ShipRocket in 2017. […]Read More

5 Things to Know for Today

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. AMERICA’S STREETS CALMEST IN DAYS Protests over the police killing of George Floyd were largely peaceful compared with the unrest of the past few nights, which included fires and shootings in some cities. 2. IOWA VOTERS OUST […]Read More

James Miller: A letter of resignation to Defense Secretary Mark

June 2, 2020 Hon. Mark T. Esper Secretary of Defense The Pentagon Washington, D.C., 20301 Dear Secretary Esper, I resign from the Defense Science Board, effective immediately. When I joined the Board in early 2014, after leaving government service as Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, I again swore an oath of office, one familiar […]Read More

Trump thanks Richard Grenell, ‘a big deal’

Richard Grenell, the now-resigned acting intelligence chief, will always have a White House Cabinet Room seat thanks to President Trump. In a unique sign of appreciation for all Grenell did in just a few months to tear down the wall of secrecy hiding the flaws of the Russia investigation against Trump and to implement rare […]Read More

Putin approves Cabinet’s plan as basis for economic recovery

NOVO-OGARYOVO, June 2. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved the plan prepared by the government as the basis for economic recovery. “The government on the whole and our authorities have indeed completed a major and a serious job and prepared the groundwork. I believe the presented document can be taken as the basis,” Putin said. The head […]Read More

Minister calls for colleague in cabinet to be fired

Science and Technology Minister Izhar Shay (Blue and White) wrote Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday morning, calling upon him to fire the ministerial liaison to the Knesset, David Amsalem, for criticizing law enforcement officials.Amsalem repeatedly criticized the legal establishment in a Knesset debate on changing the authority of government ministries on Monday night. He […]Read More

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