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  1. • Reporter is live as protests turn violent at CNN headquarters • Protesters speak on anger behind death of George Floyd • Analysis: Arresting CNN reporters at a protest is an affront to the First Amendment • The protests in photos
  2. • The racist origin of the phrase Trump tweeted • Biden: Trump's comments 'thoroughly irresponsible'
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  4. Pain and anger over the death of George Floyd spilled over into multiple cities across the country hours after the former Minneapolis officer seen in video with his knee on Floyd's neck was arrested and charged with murder.
  5. Derek Chauvin had his knee on George Floyd's neck for more than 8 minutes and prosecutors want to hold the fired Minneapolis police officer accountable for Floyd's death.
  6. George Floyd and the former Minneapolis police officer seen in a video with his knee on Floyd's neck before he died worked at the same nightclub, according to the venue's former owner.
  7. President Donald Trump ended a press event at the White House without addressing the unrest happening in Minneapolis or taking reporter questions.
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  9. CNN's Van Jones says that the black community is tired of hearing empty promises of change and that they should be more worried about "the White Liberal Hillary Clinton supporter" than a white racist.
  10. CNN's Omar Jimenez was taken into police custody during a live broadcast at the site of the protests in Minneapolis, after clearly identifying himself to officers. Jimenez's crew were also placed in handcuffs.
  11. Amy Klobuchar's chances of becoming Joe Biden's running mate, already weighed down by her record as a prosecutor in Minnesota's largest county, have taken a significant hit as widespread racial unrest roils her home state, Democrats say.
  12. Groups representing infectious disease doctors, pediatricians and general physicians all protested President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization on Friday, saying it will make it harder to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
  13. By the end of March, 1 in 7 New York adults had Covid-19 -- about 10 times higher than the official account, according to a new study sponsored by the New York State Department of Health.
  14. The Los Angeles Police Department called actor Denzel Washington a "good Samaritan" for helping out a distressed man who was caught in a busy intersection, according to the actor's representatives.
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  16. Last year, police in Pennsylvania found old human remains in a freezer. Now, an investigation has concluded that it was all part of a scam to collect social security checks.
  17. Fact checks are not censorship. But that's what President Donald Trump is claiming in his new assault on social media platforms: an over-reaching executive order targeting social media companies, signed shortly after Twitter applied fact checks to two of Trump's tweets.
  18. CNN's Jim Acosta asks the White House press secretary about President Trump's executive order targeting social media companies after Twitter fact-checked his tweets.
  19. Taylor Swift lashed out at President Donald Trump on Friday for his late-night tweet threatening violence against protesters in Minnesota, tweeting that the President has been "stoking the fires of white supremacy and racism (his) entire presidency."
  20. Amid the widespread outrage over the death of Minneapolis security guard George Floyd, Madonna is coming under fire for a social media misstep.
  21. For most high school seniors, graduation is a time to celebrate their academic achievements. For Deserae Turner, it's also an opportunity to celebrate life.
  22. A zookeeper in Australia is in critical condition after being mauled by two lions while cleaning their enclosure on Friday, authorities said.
  23. Robert Weighton, the world's oldest man, died on Thursday at the age of 112, his family confirmed in a statement.
  24. CNBC "Squawk Box" co-hosts Andrew Sorkin and Joe Kernen had a heated moment on TV about their divided coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic.
  25. CNN is collecting stories about people who contracted Covid-19 in a hospital, nursing home or other medical facility. We may follow up on some responses for upcoming stories. Please share your story below.
  26. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta has some coronavirus safety tips for those who choose to start eating out at restaurants again.
  27. Missing live music? There may be a solution coming to a parking lot near you.
  28. The world's iggest tourist playground has been roped off since it became a coronavirus epicenter, but as summer looms Europe is desperate to lift restrictions to get visitors pumping much needed cash into stricken economies.
  29. Until there's an effective vaccine available, every new person you let into your house increases your risk of exposure to the coronavirus.
  30. For months now, fans of Walt Disney World Resort in Florida have been anxiously awaiting news of when their beloved resort would reopen.
  31. As some companies shifted to working from home, some adults with ADHD hit a wall.
  32. As the US coronavirus death toll reached the grim milestone of more than 100,000 deaths this week, world health experts are concerned about new hot spots and the CDC is projecting 123,000 coronavirus deaths by late June.
  33. Billions of locusts have been devouring crops, trees and fresh pasture in East Africa for months. Earlier this year, Kenyan farmer Chris Amerikwa told CNN what it was like to live in the eye of the swarm.
  34. Once on the endangered species list, bald eagles are flourishing in Massachusetts.
  35. For decades, a tortoise named Ms. Jennifer happily lived with her owner, who would take her to the bank and other places around their town of Waltham, Massachusetts, showing her off to anyone interested.
  36. It's finally here!

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