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Trump's Pentagon chief opposes Insurrection Act, says sending in active-duty troops to tackle unrest should be 'last resort'
Esper said sending in the active-duty military should only be done "in the most urgent and dire of situations."
Customers can still purchase guns and ammunition, but they are no longer publicly displayed, Walmart told Business Insider.
Research shows there are at least 6 proven ways to reduce police brutality — and 2 strategies that don't work
Body cams and bias trainings don't work well. Strict policies around use of force, as well as federal oversight and police union contracts, do.
The US plans to ban Chinese passenger airlines, retaliating as Chinaa彩平台 hinders US airlines from resuming flights to its country
The US ban on Chinese passenger airlines comes as the latest in a tit-for-tat between the two countries as tensions mount.
'The Germans are openly done with this president': European security officials are aghast at the way Trump is handling the George Floyd protesters
"Tell me again how the president of the United States is better than Putin?" asked the official.
Chinaa彩平台 warns the UK to 'step back from the brink' after Boris Johnson offers 3 million Hong Kong citizens refuge in Britain
The move dramatically escalates the growing row between Beijing and London.
A Norwegian cruise ship worker who's been trapped at sea for more than 80 days shares his grueling experience
A crew member onboard the MS Norwegian Epic reveals his experience being stranded onboard for over 80 days.
Trump is talking about using tanks to quell the George Floyd protests, but the Pentagon is getting cold feet
Pentagon officials said Defense Secretary Mark Esper's urgings that states "dominate the battlespace" was more a show of loyalty.
This year, Montana has highly competitive races for its governorship, the US Senate seat held by Sen. Steve Daines, and its open at-large House district.
Thousands protested outside Los Angeles mayor's house, as the public also voiced outrage at LAPD during an emotional Zoom town hall
The peaceful protest outside LA Mayor Eric Garcetti's official residence only grew as the 6 p.m. local time curfew approached.
If you're on the East Coast and you're having troubles with your TV and internet connection, you're not alone.
FBI 'has no intelligence' indicating antifa was linked to weekend violence in the George Floyd protests, despite Trump and Republicans' claims
The FBI and other federal agencies have warned, however, that far-right groups will try to incite violence in the George Floyd protests.
"You may not have been able to stop President Trump from directing this appalling use of force, but you could have chosen to oppose it," he wrote.
"Our Air Force is a reflection of our society, so, by extension, this is an Air Force issue," one Air Force official said on Facebook.
'Lay down your arms, uphold your oath': Former military leaders and lawmakers resoundingly blast Trump's idea of deploying US troops on American streets
"I call on all our proud young men and women in uniform ... to lay down your arms, uphold your oath, and join this new march for freedom."
&pizza is just one of the small businesses offering PTO for activism. Wikilawn is also issuing a PTO policy in the wake of George Floyd's death.
Trump's tear gas photo-op was 'frightening' to authoritarianism experts, who warn that his behavior will only get worse without 'fierce opposition'
Some scholars say Trump is too erratic and incoherent to be labeled an authoritarian, but that it doesn't make him "any less dangerous."
George W. Bush says it remains a 'shocking failure' that African Americans are 'harassed and threatened in their own country'
"It remains a shocking failure that many African Americans ... are harassed and threatened in their own country," Bush said.
The Trump administration was just hit with the first lawsuit challenging its executive order targeting social-media companies
The lawsuit argues that Trump's executive order violates the First Amendment.
'Exhausted' Starbucks workers are forced to choose between reduced hours or unpaid leave, as the coffee giant adjusts to a new normal
Some workers feel frustrated by their options, with one employee saying he is "mentally and physically exhausted" from working during the pandemic.
Police in Columbus identify a 'person of interest' that Donald Trump called an 'anarchist' on Twitter
Columbus police say they have "identified" the man, who was initially misidentified as The Nationals lead singer Aaron Dessner.
Just 6 years after Ebola killed more than 11,000 people, West African nations are bracing for a coronavirus spike
West Africa is a彩平台 to some of the poorest countries in the world, many lacking doctors and vital resources such as ventilators.
The sequined dinosaur toy that rode on SpaceX's historic launch was the winner of a vote by the astronauts' young sons
Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley had their sons vote on the toy that would serve as a "zero-gravity indicator" on their historic SpaceX launch.
Emirates may reconsider plane orders from Airbus and Boeing because of the pandemic, but that's especially bad news for the US plane maker
Emirates President Tim Clark said all bets were off for past orders, which is especially bad news for Boeing as it completes its newest plane.
A Florida classic car dealer says 19 historic cars were stolen. 2 have already been recovered at seemingly random locations nearby.
The Orlando, Florida dealership says the cars were stolen early on Monday morning, but the two recovered were "stashed all around the neighborhood."
Companies are pushing for new protections from coronavirus lawsuits, and Senate Republicans agree. Here's everything we know about what's in the works.
Businesses are worried about facing lawsuits if customers or workers get sick from the coronavirus. Republicans are working on a plan to help.
Democratic Congressman Elliot Engel caught on a hot mic saying he 'wouldn't care' to speak about Black Lives Matter protests if he wasn't facing a primary challenge
Engel is facing his first strong primary challenge in 20 years from Jamaal Bowman, a progressive former Bronx middle school principal.
Truck driver who sped into a crowd of protesters on a highway in Minneapolis released from jail without charges
Bogdan Vechirko drove an 18-wheeler into a large group of peaceful protesters on the highway on Sunday. Authorities are still investigating.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, Speaker Nancy's Pelosi's top deputy, is facing his strongest Democratic primary challenge in several cycles.
Protesters will feel heard as soon as mayors, governors, prosecutors, and police chiefs appear to take seriously the demands for reform.
Because of the pandemic, the city will for the first time conduct the election largely with mail-in ballots, delaying final results.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was speechless for over 20 seconds after he was asked to respond to the use of force on peaceful protesters in DC so Trump could pose for a photo
Justin Trudeau paused for over 20 seconds before responding: "We all watch in horror and consternation what's going on in the United States."
'You will move, or you will die': A frightened truck driver's widely shared Facebook post says truckers will 'defend themselves' by running over protesters
"Air horns will sound, steering wheels will be held tightly, but those brakes will not be touched," the truck driver wrote.
A Sunday in America: An hour-by-hour look inside the protests that unfolded in major cities across the US from noon to midnight
A look inside what May 31 looked like in America — from peaceful marches in the afternoon to a fire being set to a historic church late at night.
All the curfews governors have set in their states as protests rage on, and how long you should expect them to last
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued a curfew for New York City, and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has implemented a statewide, weeklong curfew.
Trump said he intends to declare antifa as a terrorist organization. Here's what we know about the decades-old, leaderless group.
Trump has blamed antifa, a loosely organized movement known to confront white supremacy, for several bouts of violence at protests in recent years.
Chinaa彩平台's state media says US can now 'enjoy' protests after criticizing Chinaa彩平台's handling of unrest in Hong Kong
A foreign ministry rep tweeted "I can't breathe" above a screenshot of a State Department flack condemning how Hong Kong protesters were treated.
The president's youngest daughter and recent law school graduate used the Keller quote with the black photo in calling for justice for George Floyd.
Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao called the platform out for not shutting down r/the_donald after the company published a controversial letter addressing protests: 'So much of what is happening now lies at your feet'
Former Reddit CEO Ellen K. Pao said on Twitter that Reddit should have shut down r/the_donald, saying the platform nurtures white supremacy.
New York City's curfew will begin 3 hours earlier and last through the week as lockdowns sweep the country
The US' largest city will effectively shut down at 8 p.m. every night until June 7, the mayor said, after the first curfew did little to quell unrest.
Antibody tests have a role to play in coronavirus treatments, public health surveillance, and returning people to work.
Volunteer farmers in the UK are working overtime to save millions of tons of produce from going to waste
The government has set up campaigns to recruit unemployed and furloughed workers, and local are stepping up to help.
FedEx said some vehicles and facilities have been vandalized and the company is continuing to operate only in areas deemed safe.
Trump congratulates himself for the 'overwhelming force' and 'domination' law enforcement officials used against protesters in Washington, DC, and Minneapolis
Trump's tweet comes after riot police fired tear gas and flash grenades at peaceful protesters near the White House to clear the way for a photo op.