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John Bolton, an uber-hawk and neo-conservative for decades, made the mistake of thinking he could affect policy in the Trump White House. His score-settling book shows how ineffective he was. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Liberal media hogwash.
Seattle police on Sunday pursued their investigation into a weekend shooting in a park in the city’s protest zone that killed a 19-year-old man and critically injured another person. No arrests had been made. An “active and ongoing” investigation was underway into the shooting, which occurred about 2:30 a.m. Saturday in an area... New York Post
Some NASCAR fans have their answer for the organization banning Confederate flags from its events: “Defund NASCAR.” That was the message flown in a banner next to a Confederate flag Sunday by a plane above the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama, the site of the Geico 500, which was postponed by thunderstorms until Monday. New York Post
VOA VIEW: NASCAR political correct mistake.
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The statue of President Teddy Roosevelt at the entrance to the Museum of Natural History in Manhattan will be removed amid widespread protests over racial inequality and police brutality in the United States, a report said Sunday. The statue, depicting the former president on horseback while flanked by a Native American man and a black... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Leftwing political correctness.
Mr. Biden’s support for same-sex marriage in 2012 was a reversal for him and a watershed moment in his shift — and the nation’s — on L.G.B.T.Q. issues. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Biden is a loser.
Trump's remarks at a rally in Tulsa came days after the death of George Floyd has reopened wounds around issues of race and police conduct in America.
VOA VIEW: Leftwing propaganda.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a nationwide coin shortage, according to the Federal Reserve, which is temporarily allocating coin inventories. USA Today
A New York City police officer was suspended without pay Sunday after he was recorded putting his arm around a man's neck in what the police commissioner called an “apparent chokehold.” The department's action to suspend the officer was stunning in its swiftness, occurring just hours ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: More NYPD officers will stand down.
Attorney General William Barr said Sunday he's concerned the heated debate around policing in the country will deter people from either joining or staying with police departments. "I was concerned even before these pressures that we were having difficulty maintain the levels of police we need in our cities, retaining ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Barr is a true American.
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Federal prosecutors said a home health care company in Maine's largest city has agreed to pay more than $100,000 to settle allegations of violating the False Claims Act. U.S. attorney Halsey Frank said Noble Home Health Care and its owner Mohamed Hassan reached the agreement with ... Washington Times
A college professor has apologized and been placed on administrative leave following a racist incident where he refused to call a student by her given name. ABC
The governor talks about marshaling New Yorkers to successfully flatten the curve, quarantining at home with his daughters, and the federal government's "schizophrenia" in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. CBS
VOA VIEW: Cuomo hopefullly has limited political future.
While many businesses are closing as a result of the coronavirus economic crisis, the country's five largest tech companies have continued to grow and invest in their future. New York Times technology reporter Mike Isaac joined CBSN to discuss why business is booming for Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Google. CBS
VOA VIEW: They don't have brick and mortar worried.
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The wall of money flowing into banks has no precedent in history: in April alone, deposits grew by $865 billion, more than the previous record for an entire year. CNBC
VOA VIEW: People are spending less and much money came from the government.
The U.S reported more than 30,000 new coronavirus cases on Friday, the highest number of daily infections recorded since May 1, according to data compiled by the Johns Hopkins University. CNBC
Experts are skeptical that this year's organizers will be able to pull off the Republican National Convention in a couple of months. CNBC
VOA VIEW: It take time and money, put it must be done.
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On the East Coast, more statues honoring Confederates who tried to break away from the United States more than 150 years ago were toppled. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The idiots must be stopped and arrested.
The left won Supreme Court cases on LGBT rights and DACA this week despite a conservative majority, but an upcoming abortion case has liberals holding their breath. CNBC
Keisha Lance Bottoms doesn't have federal experience, but she has executive experience as Atlanta's mayor that has been on display during the George Floyd aftermath. CNBC
VOA VIEW: She became an anti police fool.
Just fewer than 6,200 people attended President Donald Trump's rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the Tulsa Fire Department said Sunday -- a figure Trump's reelection campaign is disputing as it also seeks to blame "radical" protesters and the media for it's smaller-than-expected crowd size. CNN
VOA VIEW: Still a lot of people with spacing.
After protesters pulled down two statues on Friday, the governor cited public safety as a reason to remove others. FOX News
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The Seattle Police Department has released the bodycam footage of officers responding to a fatal shooting in the CHOP protest zone early Saturday and being swarmed by what they called “a violent crowd” that prevented police from reaching the scene. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Madness at the socialistic best.
Eight minority corrections officers in Minnesota say they were sent to a separate floor of a county jail and barred from guarding fired Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin after his arrest in the death of George Floyd, according to a report. FOX News
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