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›  U.S. health agency reverses Obamacare transgender protections
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued a rule on Friday that would lift anti-discrimination protections under Obamacare for transgender people and women seeking abortions, drawing condemnation from Democratic lawmakers.
›  Trump pushes Tulsa rally back by a day to 'honor' emancipation holiday
President Donald Trump has bowed to pressure over an election rally scheduled to take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on the "Juneteenth" anniversary that commemorates the end of U.S. slavery, and said he was pushing the event back by a day.
›  William S. Sessions, former FBI director, dies at 90: media
William S. Sessions, an FBI chief under three U.S. presidents who won praise for bringing more diversity to the agency but who was fired after being investigated for ethical lapses, died Friday aged 90, U.S. media reported.
›  Trump moves Oklahoma political rally date from African-American holiday: tweet
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he would shift the date of an Oklahoma rally from June 19th, the date of the "Juneteenth" African-American freedom day, to June 20th out of respect for the holiday marking the emancipation of slaves in Texas.
›  One American city's model of policing reform means building 'social currency'
Zsakhiem James, a police captain in Camden, New Jersey - once considered the most dangerous city in the United States - sees every encounter with a resident as an opportunity to build "social currency" to prevent or solve a future crime.
›  New York City oversight bill to force police to detail surveillance tools
New York City politicians are expected to vote next week to force the largest police force in the United States to divulge the surveillance technology it uses, one of many reforms of law enforcement being considered across the country.
›  Kentucky to remove statue of Confederate leader Jefferson Davis from Capitol
Kentucky on Friday agreed to remove a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis from its State Capitol building, the latest action in a renewed drive to take down such monuments in the wake of nationwide protests for racial justice.
›  Factbox: What changes are governments making in response to George Floyd protests?
Protests over the death of George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody have prompted government and police officials across the United States to enact or propose changes aimed at showing demonstrators that their concerns about police brutality and racism are being heard.
›  Republican congressman's gay wedding role draws challenge at parking lot convention
U.S. Representative Denver Riggleman, who drew criticism from some fellow Virginia Republicans after presiding at a gay wedding last year, faces a primary challenge on Saturday at a drive-through nominating convention being held in a church parking lot.
›  Trump says police generally should not use choke holds
U.S. President Donald Trump said in an interview aired on Friday it would be a good thing if police use of choke holds was ended in most instances, although he suggested their use would be understandable in situations where an officer was in danger.
›  Zoom hits political turbulence in Washington, Beijing; lobbyists ready
Zoom Video Communications, whose remote meeting app made the obscure California company a hub for global communications during the coronavirus pandemic, now finds itself fighting political battles in Washington and Beijing.
›  Ex-White House adviser Bolton has book 'Donald Trump doesn't want you to read'
Former White House national security adviser John Bolton has written a book that provides an insider account of President Donald Trump's "inconsistent, scattershot decision-making process," his publisher said on Friday.
 

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U.S. Senate Republicans launch police reform bill to rival Democrats
U.S. Senate Republicans unveiled a law enforcement reform bill on Wednesday as a rival to ...
 
›  Brother of George Floyd urges U.N. probe into U.S. racism, violence
›  Biden to discuss economic recovery plan in key battleground visit
›  Two men linked to 'boogaloo' movement charged in U.S. courthouse guard killing
›  New U.S. pandemic watchdog says data, tech issues challenge oversight work
›  Record spike in new coronavirus cases reported in six U.S. states as reopening accelerates
›  Brother of George Floyd backs U.N. probe into U.S. racism, violence
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Russia's Putin protected from coronavirus by disinfection tunnels
Russian President Vladimir Putin is protected from the coronavirus by special disinfectio...
 
›  Germany's SPD eyes Scholz as chancellor candidate for 2021 election
›  No injuries as UK PM Johnson's car shunted by security vehicle: Reuters witnesses
›  Mexican president says Trump summit unlikely, but keeps door open
›  EU chief executive sets conditions for Brexit deal this year
›  Cyber spies use LinkedIn to hack European defence firms
›  Brazil's Bolsonaro says time to end 'abuses' by Supreme Court
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UEFA praises players for taking political stance
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin on Wednesday praised footballers for taking a political ...
 
›  ATP and WTA Tours announce August resumption
›  Champions League to be completed with eight-team tournament in Lisbon
›  World No. 2 Halep currently does not plan to play U.S. Open
›  Serena 'cannot wait' to compete in this year's U.S. Open
›  Rashford emerges as joint-favourite for British Sports Personality of 2020
›  Sprint star Coleman facing ban after another whereabouts failure
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U.S. Justice Department to propose rolling back protections for big tech
The U.S. Justice Department will propose legislation as soon as Wednesday to try to remove...
 
›  Oil falls as coronavirus cases pick up in China, U.S
›  Dollar rises as investors take refuge ahead of Fed
›  S&P 500, Dow flat after three-day rally
›  Citing 'racial stereotype,' PepsiCo to drop Aunt Jemima name; Uncle Ben's under review
›  FAA 'stonewalling'Boeing 737 MAX probe after fatal crashes -senator
›  Trump administration vows to push for 'broad reset' at WTO
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Mexican street musicians bring melodies to people stuck at home
After the coronavirus outbreak prompted the normally bustling streets of Me...
 
›  Designers fashion a go-slow future for catwalks and collections
›  Hong Kong's Disneyland to reopen on June 18 after coronavirus break
›  TV viewers seek out '13th' and other stories about race amid protests
›  Trump-Comey clash coming to U.S. television - after November election
›  Emmy Awards to go ahead, host Jimmy Kimmel says still figuring out how
›  Actress Emma Watson joins board of French Gucci owner Kering
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U.S. civil rights groups call for pausing ad spending on Facebook
U.S.-based civil rights groups have urged large global corporations to pause advertising o...
 
›  U.S. Justice Department to propose rolling back protections for big tech
›  Cyber spies use LinkedIn to hack European defence firms
›  Oppo cancels live online phone launch in India amid calls to boycott Chinese goods
›  Factbox: Deals by major suppliers in the race for 5G
›  Pepper spray and scuffles as bargain hunters crowd Lidl launch in France
›  German coronavirus tracing app downloaded 6.5 million times
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Designers fashion a go-slow future for catwalks and collections
From Armani to Gucci, top fashion houses are re-designing their calendars to slow down the...
 
›  Thailand's roving dog groomer back in business
›  Slovenia wins its first Michelin stars
›  France's Givenchy names Matthew Williams as new designer
›  Need a bit more human contact? So do London Zoo's gorillas
›  They call it puppy love: Lockdown Britain sees surge in demand for dogs
›  The future is orange: Campari tests selling Aperol in China
       
 
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