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FBI launches open attack on ‘foreign’ alternative media outlets challenging US foreign policy

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The FBI has publicly justified its suppression of dissenting online views about US foreign policy if a media outlet can be somehow linked to one of its adversaries. The Bureau’s ...

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74% of Americans view George Floyd’s death as an underlying racial injustice problem

Nearly three-fourths of Americans view the death of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer as a sign of an underlying racial injustice problem, a new ABC News/Ipsos ...

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Joe Biden takes three point lead against Trump

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As Joe Biden wins the Democratic presidential nomination, a new poll shows that he’s also retaken the lead over President Trump with registered US voters. Biden now leads Trump 45 per cent to 42 ...

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Black Lives Matter protests aren’t just happening in big cities. They’re also in America’s small towns

As a person of color, Kaneesha Willie has dealt with racism her entire life. Participating in her hometown’s protest in Paducah, Kentucky, gave her an opportunity to show her young, ...

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Jimmy Carter on George Floyd protests: ‘Silence can be as deadly as violence’

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Former President Jimmy Carter said Wednesday that “silence can be as deadly as violence,” and called on Americans in positions of “power, privilege, and moral conscience” to fight racial discrimination in ...

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Joe Biden officially clinches Democratic presidential nomination

Joe Biden has officially captured the Democratic presidential nomination, crossing the delegate threshold to represent the party in a general election contest against Donald Trump. The Associated Press called the ...

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Trump demeans female black reporter as she challenges him on black unemployment

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President Donald Trump attempted to silence then angrily demeaned Yamiche Alcindor, a Black female reporter, on Friday when she pressed him on rising unemployment figures for Black and Asian workers. ...

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To President Trump: You should resign now

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President Trump: We’re sorry that you decided to come to Maine, but since you are here, could you do us a favor? Resign. You have never been a good president, ...

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Street section near White House renamed Black Lives Matter Plaza

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Muriel Bowser announced the change to the area near the church where Donald Trump posed for a photograph with a Bible. City workers and activists painted the words Black Lives ...

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Senate Republicans urge Trump to tone down rhetoric on protests

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Senate Republicans are urging President Trump to soften his language in response to a wave of protests in major cities across the country after the death in police custody of George Floyd, fearing ...

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