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The New York Times
· How to Reopen America’s Schools →
If this crisis of confidence continues to fester, millions of families could well decide to keep their children home when schools begin opening around the nation this fall.
· Destiny 2’s first Fortnite-style live event was slow and underwhelming, but it’s a solid start →
All of this past season’s activities have revolved around communicating with the AI character, a largely mysterious fixture in Destiny lore before this season, and doing a series of rehashed game modes and resource collecting in service of an eventual showdown between Rasputin and the Almighty.
The New York Times
· What if There Were No George Floyd Video? →
Instead, the horror of that video has ignited protests around the world.
· 'She should be with us': Louisville protesters remember Breonna Taylor →
On the night Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016 she says a guy chased her around her neighborhood in a pickup truck.
· Coronavirus may force the US intelligence community to rethink how it does its job →
From New York City to Seattle, protesters and police are preparing for more demonstrations this weekend and demonstrations are planned in other cities around the world as anger over the death of the black man beneath the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer shows little sign of abating.
· Virus forces scaled down D-Day commemoration in France →
At Vierville-sur-Mer, known to many as Omaha Beach, the Patrouille de France air display team made two passes on Saturday, trailing blue, white and red smoke to open a ceremony attended by around 100 people, including ambassadors from eight allied countries and Germany.
· NHS on life support: Up to one in six will be on waiting lists by autumn as Covid-19 delays treatment →
Steve, who is supported by the charity Versus Arthritis, takes around 16 tablets a day just to take the edge of his constant pain.
· 'Beautiful, peaceful and diverse': Thousands of protesters flood streets near White House →
On Thursday the White House erected new fencing around its perimeter, adding to the 8-foot fence that was put up around the entrance to Lafayette Square earlier in the week.
· Coronavirus official death toll rises by 204 amid call for inquiry →
The figures came as Scotland’s former chief scientific adviser, Anne Glover, called for an inquiry identifying failures around the UK government’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.
· Dozens wounded in clashes as hundreds of protesters flood Beirut →
Hundreds filled the streets in and around the protest hub of Martyrs Square in the centre of Beirut, with skirmishes also between protesters and security forces, who fired tear gas.