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The New York Times
· Steve King, House Republican With a History of Racist Remarks, Loses Primary →
Mr. King, one of the nation’s most divisive elected officials, saw his power in Congress curtailed last year after he questioned why white supremacy was considered offensive.
· Steve King's opponent declares victory in Iowa Republican primary →
He has wondered why it is offensive to be called a white nationalist.
· Embattled Rep. Steve King has lost his primary →
After King made a statement wondering why white supremacy and white nationalism were considered offensive last January, even Republican leadership censured him.
· Sharemarkets are ignoring the chaos in America's streets, and its economy →
Analysts are looking to the past when ignoring the chaos on US streets, using as their yardstick the riots, political instability and other destabilising events of 1968 after the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy, North Vietnam’s Tet offensive and the Hong Kong flu epidemic that killed a million people globally and about 100,000 people in America.
· A restaurant owner, a football star: the people killed as protests spread →
Two people were killed this past weekend amid unrest, including 38-year-old Chris Beaty, a former offensive lineman for Indiana University.
· Mark Zuckerberg can no longer dodge the calls to take action on Trump's lies and hatred →
Donald Trump’s inflammatory and offensive phrase, quoting a civil rights-era police chief accused of bigotry and brutality against black people, sent to the world via Twitter and Facebook, could mark a historic global turning point.
· George Floyd protests: Florida police officer suspended for pushing kneeling woman →
Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis told reporters that Mr Poherence’s action was “offensive,” and added that he feels a suspension is the right course of action.
The New York Times
· Pandemic, Protests and Police: An Election Like No Other →
Ostracized by his party after giving an interview questioning why white supremacy is considered offensive, Mr. King, a nine-term Republican, faced the toughest primary of his career.
· Mark Zuckerberg on leaked audio: Trump’s looting and shooting reference “has no history of being read as a dog whistle” →
Ultimately, though, while Zuckerberg was at times conciliatory, his tone was staunchly defensive of Facebook’s stance not to make what he views as knee-jerk decisions against content that people could find personally offensive.
· Commentary: Cyberbullying just keeps getting worse. Even COVID-19 hasn't dampened its spread →
The temptation to whip out one’s mobile phone, take a picture of “offensive” behaviour, and share it online along with a rant has become a common impulse.