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Lawrence Jones urges Minneapolis protesters to 'let the system do its job': 'There should not be anarchy'

Lawrence Jones urges Minneapolis protesters to 'let the system do its job': 'There should not be anarchy'

Fox News contributor Lawrence Jones urged protesters in Minneapolis to "peacefully" gather Wednesday night as outrage grew over the death of George Floyd, whose violent arrest by police was recorded
Los Angeles protest erupts over George Floyd death; American flag burned, Hwy 101 blocked

Los Angeles protest erupts over George Floyd death; American flag burned, Hwy 101 blocked

Protesters in Los Angeles temporarily blocked Highway 101 and clung to a California Highway Patrol cruiser during a downtown demonstration Wednesday over the death of George Floyd.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey fires back at Zuckerberg, defends fact-checking Trump tweets

Twitter's Jack Dorsey fires back at Zuckerberg, defends fact-checking Trump tweets

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey fired back at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who criticized the tech giant's decision to fact-check President Trump's tweets about mail-in voting.
Dan Bongino calls 'disturbing' video of George Floyd arrest 'really, really tough to watch'

Dan Bongino calls 'disturbing' video of George Floyd arrest 'really, really tough to watch'

Former Secret Service Agent and ex-NYPD officer Dan Bongino reacted in disgust to the video showing members of Minneapolis law enforcement pinning down George Floyd, who died after struggling to
Armed citizens guard stores amid looting in Minneapolis: report

Armed citizens guard stores amid looting in Minneapolis: report

At least one group of armed men have been seen standing outside a strip mall in Minneapolis on Wednesday night amid intensifying protests in the city and looting.
Trump claims 'Big win' after Texas court rules lack of coronavirus immunity not valid for mail-in ballot

Trump claims 'Big win' after Texas court rules lack of coronavirus immunity not valid for mail-in ballot

The Texas Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a lack of immunity to the coronavirus does not qualify as a disability under state law for requesting a mail-in ballot.
Judge Andrew Napolitano: Coronavirus shutdowns ordered by governors and mayors are unconstitutional

Judge Andrew Napolitano: Coronavirus shutdowns ordered by governors and mayors are unconstitutional

The lockdown orders are all unlawful because none of them – none – has been enacted by a legislature, and all of them – all – interfere with fundamental liberties, each of which is guaranteed –
‘Star Wars’ actor John Boyega slams ‘racist white people’ in reaction to George Floyd death

‘Star Wars’ actor John Boyega slams ‘racist white people’ in reaction to George Floyd death

British actor John Boyega sounded off on social media, apparently in response to the George Floyd death in Minnesota and the Central Park “Karen” incident in New York City.
Ex-NYPD commissioner Kerik calls George Floyd death 'atrocious': 'This was an abusive use of force'

Ex-NYPD commissioner Kerik calls George Floyd death 'atrocious': 'This was an abusive use of force'

Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik told "Hannity" Wednesday the death of George Floyd following his arrest by Minneapolis police "defies logic" and called officer Derek Chauvin's use of force
103-year-old cracks open Bud Light to celebrate coronavirus recovery

103-year-old cracks open Bud Light to celebrate coronavirus recovery

A 103-year-old Massachusetts woman cracked open a cold Bud Light after surviving a bout with the coronavirus, reports said.
Dolly Parton debuts quarantine-inspired song 'When Life is Good Again'

Dolly Parton debuts quarantine-inspired song 'When Life is Good Again'

She may be stuck at home, but Dolly Parton is still making music.
Tucker Carlson torches Twitter fact-check of Trump as 'a lie' and 'a form of political censorship'

Tucker Carlson torches Twitter fact-check of Trump as 'a lie' and 'a form of political censorship'

Tucker Carlson accused Twitter on Wednesday of "purg[ing]" political viewpoints one day after the social media platform "fact-checked" a tweet by President Trump opposing mail-in voting during
Tucker blasts Twitter for 'openly purging' political views: 'Bewildering' that it's allowed

Tucker blasts Twitter for 'openly purging' political views: 'Bewildering' that it's allowed

Tucker Carlson accused Twitter on Wednesday of "purg[ing]" political viewpoints one day after the social media platform "fact-checked" a tweet by President Trump opposing mail-in voting during
Pew Research Center slammed for 'partisan' spin on coronavirus data

Pew Research Center slammed for 'partisan' spin on coronavirus data

The Pew Research Center was blasted on Wednesday over a politically-fueled tweet that offers a bizarre framing of coronavirus data by congressional district.
Miami man allegedly robbed beauty supply store, arrested after car chase and crash

Miami man allegedly robbed beauty supply store, arrested after car chase and crash

A Boynton Beach, Fla., man robbed a Sally Beauty Supply store, entered into a car chase and then crash before being apprehended by police officers.
Gary Sinise Foundation donates 20,000 meals to VA hospital staff during coronavirus pandemic

Gary Sinise Foundation donates 20,000 meals to VA hospital staff during coronavirus pandemic

The namesake foundation of actor Gary Sinise is donating 20,000 meals to Veterans Affairs' (VA) health care and frontline workers battling the coronavirus pandemic, the VA announced Wednesday.
Biden camp denies ex-VP confused D-Day with Pearl Harbor Day during fundraiser

Biden camp denies ex-VP confused D-Day with Pearl Harbor Day during fundraiser

Joe Biden's campaign on Wednesday denied that the former vice president had confused the date of the D-Day invasion of northern Europe in World War II with the date of Pearl Harbor Day during a
Billie Eilish addresses body shamers in short film ‘Not My Responsibility’

Billie Eilish addresses body shamers in short film ‘Not My Responsibility’

Billie Eilish took another thinly-veiled shot at body shamers -- and this time the clap back came in a new short film.
Signs of depression or anxiety seen in one-third of adults, census figures show

Signs of depression or anxiety seen in one-third of adults, census figures show

A study completed by the U.S. Census Bureau in collaboration with five federal agencies found that one-third of all Americans are struggling with anxiety or depression amid the coronavirus pandemic.