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· Donald Trump touts racial equality while referring to COVID-19 as 'China plague' →
Brazil recorded 1,349 deaths in a single day Thursday — only the U.S. and the U.K. have declared more COVID-19 related deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
· Trump touts 'stupendous' jobs report — but black unemployment still rose again →
Before George Floyd was killed in police custody and protests wracked the country, he had been laid off from his security job at a Minneapolis restaurant.
· 2020 Pittsburgh Steelers Fantasy Team Outlook: Don't Call it a Comeback, They've Been Here For Years →
The Steelers ranked 7th (436), 4th (423), 10th (399), 8th (406), and 6th (428) from 2014 to 2018.
· Column: Jaguars' Chris Conley Left a Long-Term Mark in Jacksonville During Friday's March →
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Chris Conley has only been a member of the organization for a little over a year, but his impact on the franchise and city has already been felt in a big way, culminating in a display of leadership and strength from the veteran on Friday.
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· Death row inmate walks free after 30 years in girl’s killing →
“I’m sorry it took 28 years for us to listen to what Barbara Jean was trying to tell us: that you are innocent, and that the words of your statement of confession came from Philadelphia Police detectives and not you,” prosecutor Carrie Wood told Ogrod, according to a news release from Wood’s office.
· What Does This Mean for Future Players Like Cade Cunningham and Ferron Flavors Jr? →
It seems that every step Mike Boynton and Co. take forward, they’re forced to take multiple steps back, not just with the NCAA violation issues, but with going back to the 2018 season and having to dismiss players from the roster.
· Prince William is counsellor for mental health crisis service →
Praising their efforts, William said: “It’s National Volunteers’ Week, and we want to say a big thank-you from both of us.
· Will You Go to Husky Stadium on Game Day? →
Four months from the scheduled opener against Michigan at Husky Stadium, University of Washington football fans are considering the coronavirus threat and asking themselves that very question.
· Texans special teams coordinator Brad Seely retires after 31-seasons in the NFL →
Houston Texans special teams coordinator Brad Seely will be retiring from coaching after 31-seasons of coaching the team announced on Friday.
· U.S. Army officials leaving Washington, D.C.: “We don't police the American streets. We protect America” →
Soldiers from the Army's 82nd Airborne Division were called to the Washington, D.C. area earlier this week in case President Donald Trump invoked the Insurrection Act to deal with protesters.