The New York Times
· Coronavirus Live Updates: G7 Summit Is Postponed →
In a statement, Mr. Orban admitted to breaking the lockdown rules on May 25, his 57th birthday, when some cabinet members gathered at his office after work.
· George Floyd: protesters clash with Secret Service as unrest comes to the White House →
Protest at the White House started on Friday, when a crowd of hundreds had gathered in front of the president’s residence and Trump tweeted that protesters could have been attacked with “vicious dogs and ominous weapons” wielded by the US Secret Service.
· Trump says he will delay G7 summit and invite other countries →
Leaders from the Group of Seven, which the United States heads this year, had been scheduled to meet by videoconference in late June after COVID-19 scuttled plans to gather in-person at Camp David, the US presidential retreat outside Washington.
· spacex rocket launch, nasa, international space station →
Top US leadership including President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, and thousands of curious Americans had gathered to watch the launch live on a bright Sunday afternoon.
· 'Vibe might be off': Here's what's opening from Monday, and how things will be different →
Up to 50 people will also be allowed to gather at churches, temples and other places of worship.
The New York Times
· A Reporter’s Cry on Live TV: ‘I’m Getting Shot! I’m Getting Shot!’ →
When the man found a photo online that identified Mr. Vittert as an employee of Fox News, the heckler gathered other demonstrators around him.
The China Post
· Fox News reporter attacked, chased from demonstration →
NEW YORK (AP) — A Fox News reporter was pummeled and chased by protesters who had gathered outside the White House early Saturday as part of nationwide unrest following the death of George Floyd.
· Homeland Security says shooting of federal officers in California 'act of domestic terrorism' →
Demonstrators gather to protest in Los Angeles
· George Floyd: US protests over police brutality intensify - Live →
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Austin on Saturday outside police headquarters and then marched along Interstate 35.