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    Advocacy groups on Friday mounted the first class-action court challenge against the Trump administration's unprecedented policy of expelling migrant children from the U.S. southern border without giving them an opportunity to seek humanitarian refuge. The lawsuit, spearheaded by the American Civil Liberties Union and filed in the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., seeks to block border officials from citing an emergency public health order to suspend the legal safeguards Congress created for migrant children who are apprehended without their parents or legal guardians. During the pandemic, the Trump administration has rapidly expelled tens of thousands of unauthorized migrants and asylum-seekers from the U.S.-Mexico border, saying they could spread the coronavirus inside the U.S. if processed and detained under regular...
    Cops: Worker attacked over social-distancing rules What its like living as a millionaire in Montenegro, the tiny European country where the ultrawealthy are paying more than $400,000 for citizenship during the pandemic UFC 252 Embedded, No. 5: Daniel Cormier does an interview from a cocoon The UFC returns to pay-per-view Saturday with UFC 252, and the “Embedded” series is back to help build the excitement ahead of the action. © Provided by MMAJunkie The UFC returns to pay-per-view Saturday with UFC 252, and the promotion’s popular “Embedded” series is back to help build the excitement ahead of the action. UFC 252 takes place Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. The main card airs on pay-per-view following prelims...
    Late to shut down, first to reopen, Georgia reports its highest daily death toll This Low-Cost Grocery Store Is the Fastest-Growing in the U.S. Damian Lillard teased his range from half-court in an interview months before his instantly iconic shot sparked a comeback win against the Nets © Provided by INSIDER Damian Lillard spots up from half-court against the Brooklyn Nets. TNT Damian Lillard hit a mind-blowing shot from just past half-court to will the Portland Trail Blazers past the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday night in a must-win game. Lillard's shot was shocking to watch in real time, but he had actually teased his half-court range in a interview all the way back in April. "I'm gonna do...
    “He confined himself to a certain group of people,” the US president said in a telephone interview with Fox Sports radio. “Some will say it is an offense to men, and others will say it is OK.” Joe Biden, who will challenge him at the polls on November 3, pledged at the start of his campaign, in the spring, to choose a woman as number 2. He must announce his choice this week. Only two women in American political history have so far been named running mates: Sarah Palin in 2008 alongside Republican candidate John McCain, and Geraldine Ferraro in 1984 with Democrat Walter Mondale. None became vice-president. Donald Trump praised in his radio interview on Tuesday the work...
    Axios co-founder Jim VandeHei invited Democratic presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden for an interview with the outlet, after President Donald Trump accepted an interview with Axios reporter Jonathan Swan. “More than 100 million people viewed part or all of the ‘Axios on HBO’ interview between @realdonaldtrump and @jonathanvswan @axios on all platforms,” VandeHei wrote on Twitter Monday. “We offer this same interview opportunity to @joebiden and hope he accepts,” he added. (RELATED: Trump Says 2020 Election Results Could Be Delayed ‘2 Months’) More than 100 million people viewed part or all of the “Axios on HBO” interview between @realdonaldtrump and @jonathanvswan @axios on all platforms. We offer this same interview opportunity to @joebiden and hope he accepts. — Jim VandeHei...
    An Australian psychologist has revealed how to make a great first impression during a job interview and on the first day of starting a new role. Sabina Read told recruiter company Seek it's essential to make a positive first impression from the start as, according to research, initial thoughts about a new person are made within a tenth of a second. Sabina said there are four underlying 'factors of influence' that lead to outstanding first impressions, including the use of positive body language and being attentive. Sabina Read told recruiter company Seek it's essential to make a positive first impression from the start when meeting a new employer or co-worker Use positive body language At the start of an interview...
    Ronnie O’Sullivan. Getty/VCG Ronnie O'Sullivan, the world's most successful ever snooker player, called the the sport's younger generation "so bad" and worse than "half-decent amateurs." 44-year-old O'Sullivan, who has been a professional since 1992, made the comments after advancing to the World Championship quarterfinals on Sunday.  "I would have to lose an arm and a leg to fall out of the top 50," O'Sullivan told the BBC. "They are so bad." O'Sullivan also described playing at an empty Crucible Theatre as like "playing in a morgue." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ronnie O'Sullivan, the world's most successful ever snooker player, called the sport's younger generation "so bad" and worse than "half-decent amateurs" in an extraordinary, no holds...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed the executive action President Trump took this weekend to provide assistance for Americans struggling amid the coronavirus as weak and an "illusion" on "Fox News Sunday" with Chris Wallace, as she defended Democrats' stance asking for trillions more in aid as negotiations with the White House and Senate Republicans have stalled. "No, in fact, what the president did is -- I agreed what the Republican senator said -- is unconstitutional slop," Pelosi, D-Calif, said, alluding to a statement Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., put out against Trump's executive actions. She added: "While it has the illusion of saying we're going to have a moratorium on evictions, it says I'm gonna ask the folks in charge to study if that's feasible. While he says...
    CNN’s Erin Burnett pressed White House trade advisor Peter Navarro over his support for hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the coronavirus despite public health experts, including several within the White House, stating the anti-malaria drug is not effective at treating COVID-19.  In the combative Wednesday interview, Navarro continued to push the drug as a coronavirus treatment, dismissing contradictory comments made by the nation’s top public health expert and White House coronavirus task force member Anthony FauciAnthony FauciSchiff, Khanna call for free masks for all Americans in coronavirus aid package Data breaking bad: COVID-19 corruption in an election year Poll: 31 percent trust Trump on coronavirus MORE.  “Tony is a great guy. There's just disagreements on things, like for example, hydroxychloroquine....
    A BBC Arabic journalist filmed the terrifying moment her office was torn apart during a live interview as a massive explosion ripped through Beirut. Maryam Toumi had been conducting an interview with Faisal Al-Asil, director of projects at the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy, when the blast hit the Lebanese capital yesterday. Ms Toumi was forced to duck under a desk for cover as Mr Al-Asil watched on in horror - helpless to intervene. It is thought that she was able to escape unharmed.  Ms Toumi had been at the office around 1.5 miles away from the epicentre of the explosion at the port in Beirut. She began talking to Mr Al-Asil before an ominous rumble could be heard in the background as furniture...
    President Donald Trump dug his heels in on the culture war during a Wednesday morning interview on Fox News, but he conceded that if he’s wrong, he’ll “lose an election.” WASHINGTON, DC – AUGUST 04: U.S. President Donald Trump (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) “When I see them kneeling, I just turn off the game,” he told the Fox & Friends crew when asked about NBA players protesting the National Anthem. “We need to stand up for our flag, We need to stand up for our country and stand up for our anthem, and a lot of people agree with me.” “Hey, if I’m wrong, I will lose an election, and that’s OK with me,” he continued. “I will always...
    Meghan Markle. WPA Pool/Getty Images The Duchess of Sussex has won her latest court battle against the Mail on Sunday.  A High Court judge has ruled in favor of Meghan Markle's bid to keep the names of the five friends who defended her in an anonymous interview out of the public domain. "The Duchess felt it was necessary to take this step to try and protect her friends — as any of us would —and we're glad this was clear," a source close to Markle told Insider. Markle previously said the Mail on Sunday was threatening to publish the names, however the newspaper has denied the claim. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Duchess of Sussex...
    Val Kilmer — the actor most noted for his roles in Top Gun and Batman Forever — has recently opened up about what it’s been like to continue working on films after he had to undergo a tracheotomy as part of a treatment for throat cancer. In a new interview with Good Morning America (GMA) — which can be seen below — Kilmer opened up about how it felt to be back on set after his surgery and the ways he’s had to adapt his skillset. “It’s just like any other language or dialect,” he explained. “You have to figure out a way to communicate that’s no different than any other acting challenge but it’s just a very unique set...
    Recently, Joe Gibbs Racing’s Crew Chief Chris Gabehart spoke to FOX Sports about Denny Hamlin and his performance. In conversation with Kaitlyn Vincie, he talked about his perspective of the race. He admitted that it was exciting, but he preferred the race at Homestead where Hamlin went largely unchallenged. He said, “That one was a lot of comers and goers, it was a really good race. It was never clear who had the distinct advantage throughout the entire race. “We were fortunate to stay up in the top 2 rows, among the top three or four cars the whole time. Fortunately in the end we managed to wake up in a good position.” ALSO READ- Gratification and Peace of...
    Lewis Hamilton, Bill Gates. Getty/Clive Mason/Michael Cohen Lewis Hamilton shared then deleted an Instagram post which appeared to accuse Bill Gates of lying about coronavirus vaccine trials and wanting to implant microchips into people. The F1 star shared a link to an interview of Gates in which he denied a conspiracy theory that he wants a mass coronavirus vaccine developed so he can use it to insert microchips into recipients. The video of Gates' interview was originally uploaded by Instagrammer King Bach and was captioned: "I remember when I told my first lie." It isn't clear which part of the interview Bach thinks is a lie. Hamilton, who has 18.3 million followers on Instagram, has since deleted the...
    As Roger Ailes was on his death bed his wife Elizabeth's last words to him were 'I forgive you' and though he couldn't respond, his eyes filled with tears.  The final moments between the controversial Fox News founder and his wife prior to his death in May 2017 at the age of 77 are featured in a new film on Ailes' life entitled Man in the Arena. The film, narrated by Ailes and his friend Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight, glorifies the television executive's life and follows his career from ditch-digging to TV to political consulting.  The movie praises him as the driving force behind getting Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon and George H.W. Bush elected into the White House.  However, the film...
    Blake got pretty candid about his unlikely romance with his fellow 'The Voice' coach in a new interview. Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani surprised many fans when they went public with their romance almost five years ago, and now even the country star himself has admitted that he knows he and his fellow The Voice coach make a pretty “unlikely match.” The singer made the confession in a new interview published this week, where he revealed that although people may not put himself and the “Used To Love You” singer together, they’re still loving life together and going strong. “An Okie boy and a California girl look on paper like an unlikely match, but what matters is she’s a great...
    Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly met while filming "Midnight in the Switchgrass." Frazer Harrison/Getty Images; Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly spoke about their immediate chemistry on "Give Them Lala ... With Randall" on Wednesday. Fox said that she knew some "wild s--- was going to happen" after learning that Kelly was her costar in "Midnight in the Switchgrass." The actress added that she considers Kelly to be her "twin flame," a term she defines as a soul that "has ascended into a high enough level that it can be split into two different bodies at the same time." "We're actually two halves of the same soul," Fox said. "I said that to...
    President Donald Trump said Anthony Fauci is a "little bit of an alarmist" in an interview on "Fox News Sunday." President Trump added that he also has a "very good relationship" with Fauci, one of the lead members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force. In a lengthy interview with Fox News' Chris Wallace recorded on Friday and released on Sunday, Trump gave his opinions on Fauci and the job he has done responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. "Dr. Fauci's made some mistakes," Trump said of the nation's top infectious-disease expert. "But I have a very good — I spoke to him yesterday at length. I have a very good relationship with Dr. Fauci." Previously, Trump hadn't spoken...
    In an interview with Fox News broadcast on Sunday, President Donald Trump described Doctor Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, as an “alarmist,” The Hill reported. During the contentious interview, anchor Chris Wallace pointed out that White House deputy chief of staff for communications Daniel Scavino posted to social media an image depicting Fauci as a “leaker” and an “alarmist.” “Well, I don’t know that he’s a leaker. He’s a little bit of an alarmist,” Trump responded. Stressing that he has a good relationship with the NIAD director, Trump argued that the nation’s leading infectious diseases expert has made a number of mistakes since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. “Dr. Fauci at the...
    Bradley Cortright July 19, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump is continuing his attacks on former Vice President Joe Biden’s (D) mental health and suggesting he would not be able to withstand an interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace. “Let Biden sit through an interview like this. He’ll be on the ground crying for mommy. He’ll say, ‘Mommy, mommy, please take me home,'” Trump said during an interview on “Fox News Sunday.” “Let him come out of his basement, go around, I’ll make four or five speeches a day, I’ll be interviewed by you, I’ll be interviewed by the worst killers that hate my … my guts. They hate my guts. There’s nothing they can ask me that I won’t give them a...
    Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump called Dr. Anthony Fauci "a little bit of an alarmist" on Sunday as the coronavirus pandemic worsens and the nation's top infectious disease expert urges elected officials to implement more health safety measures. In an interview on "Fox News Sunday," Trump also defended his relationship with Fauci, which has been in the spotlight in recent days after a series of comments by the President and moves by the White House raised questions about Fauci's standing with the administration amid the crisis. "Dr. Fauci's made some mistakes, but I have a very good -- I spoke to him yesterday at length -- I have a very good relationship with Dr. Fauci," Trump said. "He's a little bit...
    President Donald Trump repeatedly trashed Joe Biden over his mental acuity and stamina during his big interview with Chris Wallace. At one point, Wallace asked Trump “how crushing would it be” if he lost in November. A dismissive Trump asked, “You know how many times have been written off?” He went on to insist that “I won’t lose” because “the country, in the end, they’re not going to have a man who’s shot — he’s shot, he’s mentally shot.” Trump talked up his own stamina and his availability to the press before actually saying this: “Let Biden sit through an interview like this. He’ll be on the ground crying for mommy. He’ll say, ‘Mommy, mommy, please ,take me home.'”...
    Donald Trump told reporters to quiz Prince Andrew about Jeffrey Epstein's 'pedophile island' as long ago as 2015, newly resurfaced footage reveals.  Trump described the island as a 'cesspool' and said reporters should 'just ask Prince Andrew, he'll tell you about it' while linking the Epstein scandal to his adversary Bill Clinton.  Andrew acknowledges that he visited Epstein on the Caribbean island and is under growing pressure to give evidence to US authorities, but says he never witnessed or suspected any of Epstein's crimes.   Like the Clintons, Trump himself also socialized with Epstein in the years before the late financier was disgraced and jailed for child sex crimes.   Donald Trump (pictured left) told reporters to quiz Prince...
    Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden called Arizona “an important city” during an interview on the 2020 election. The former vice president made the blunder during a recent appearance on NBC 12. “Arizona is very much in play in 2020, so we appreciate you taking some time and talk to the people of our state,” host Mark Curtis said. “Oh, you’re an important city. You guys are going through hell right now, are ya?” Biden responded. “We really are with the pandemic,” Curtis said. CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAKS IN ARIZONA, TEXAS AND FLORIDA ACCOUNT FOR NEARLY HALF OF NEW US DAILY REPORTED CASES Arizona has been rated as a “toss-up” in the presidential election by the nonpartisan Cook Political Report. Around 10 minutes...
    Movie director Oliver Stone has criticized modern Hollywood for being 'politically correct' and and feels the industry has gone 'mad'. Stone, 73, who won Academy Awards for his 1986 movie Platoon, feels 'worn out' after making 20 motion pictures with major studios, and the current industry standards amid the coronavirus pandemic have put him off projects that are not on his terms. 'The problem is in Hollywood. It's just so expensive — the marketing. Everything has become too fragile, too sensitive,' Stone told the New York Times Magazine in an interview. 'Hollywood now — you can't make a film without a Covid adviser. You can't make a film without a sensitivity counselor. It's ridiculous. 'The Academy changes its mind every five,...
    Florida reports over 15,000 COVID-19 cases in single-day record Tax Day deals are almost non-existent but National Fry Day brings free fries, deals Monday A fast-rising star of womens MMA submitted Paige VanZant then ended an interview saying it was time for chocolate © Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Amanda Ribas. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Amanda Ribas submitted Paige VanZant with an armbar in the first round of their flyweight UFC 251 match. After defeating VanZant in the Flash Forum on "Fight Island," Ribas delivered a post-fight interview as memorable as her performance at the media day earlier in the week where she could not stop smiling and laughing. Ribas thanked...
    Amanda Ribas. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Amanda Ribas submitted Paige VanZant with an armbar in the first round of their flyweight UFC 251 match. After defeating VanZant in the Flash Forum on "Fight Island," Ribas delivered a post-fight interview as memorable as her performance at the media day earlier in the week where she could not stop smiling and laughing. Ribas thanked the UFC for the opportunity to fight in Abu Dhabi, spoke of what she hopes comes next, and then ended the interview by saying it was time for her to go eat some chocolate. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. FIGHT ISLAND — A fast-rising star of women's MMA submitted Paige...
    An internal Justice Department draft memo from late January 2017 indicates the FBI concluded retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn was not acting as an agent of Russia and noted that agents believed he did not think he was lying to them during an interview about his calls with Russia's ambassador. The heavily-redacted document dated Jan. 30, 2017 was released to the Flynn defense team earlier this week and was made visible to the public on Friday in a filing with the U.S. District Court for D.C. It was included along with a new batch of handwritten notes from key DOJ and FBI officials from the Trump-Russia investigation following the interview of the former Trump national security adviser by now-fired...
    Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex. Associated Press Meghan Markle said the Mail on Sunday is threatening to name the five friends who gave an anonymous interview about her back in 2019. The Duchess of Sussex is taking legal action after the newspaper published part of a private letter she wrote to her father after the royal wedding.  The Mail argued that one of the duchess' friends already referenced the letter in the interview before it was published. In a court order to stop the newspaper from publishing the names, the duchess said her friends' only intention was "to defend me from the bullying behavior of Britain's tabloid media." The Mail on Sunday did not immediately respond to Insider's...
    Rudy Giuliani has revealed that he called New York City police on Sacha Baron Cohen who tried to prank him during an interview earlier this week while wearing a pink bikini. In an interview with Page Six, Giuliani said that he was under the impression he was participating in a serious interview about the Trump administration's response to COVID-19 when he arrived at the Mark Hotel in Manhattan on Tuesday.  He said he was even offered payment for the interview, but asked that the funds be donated to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation. The former New York City mayor said that he was being interviewed by a woman when 'this guy comes running in' wearing a 'pink bikini, with...
    New York Yankees: An interview with Yankee center fielder Aaron Hicks By: William Parlee July 5, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesWith the New York Yankees, most of their Injuries were resolved due to the coronavirus and the delay at the beginning of the season.  The delay has been kind to the Yankees allowing several players to be ready to play at the beginning of the season.  One of those is centerfielder Aaron Hicks. Hicks had Tommy John surgery immediately after the 2019 season.  Because of the delay in the season, he may become the first player to have that surgery and never miss a day of...
    A former Obama White House chief economic advisor said that an effective coronavirus stimulus plan would be sending Americans masks and ensuring they wear them in a CNBC interview Thursday. Jason Furman, who served as chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers from 2013 to 2017, said masks can do more for recovery than monetary or fiscal policy in an interview with CNBC’s “Closing Bell.” “A fiscal stimulus plan that would have incredibly high bang for the buck would be for the government to print up masks,” Furman said. “And mail them out to every American and tell every American to wear them.” He continued: “There’s really not a lot monetary or fiscal policy can do in the...
    About four months away from the 2020 presidential election, President Donald Trump looked back on his first day in the White House in an exclusive interview with "Fox and Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade. "Do you remember the moment when this became your office, when this became the place you live?" Kilmeade asked the president as they walked along the West Wing colonnade, in the latest episode of the Fox Nation series "What Made America Great," which was filmed on June 22. "I remember the first night more than any other night, and any other time... the Lincoln Bedroom is right next to where I stay," said the president in the Fox Nation show, which also aired on the Fox News Channel on Sunday night. The full director's cut of...
    Sushant Singh Rajput’s death sent shockwaves in Bollywood. The actor aged 34, died by suicide at his Mumbai residence. Not just the industry and those close to him but also netizens and his fans were deeply saddened by his loss. His death seems to have opened up a dialogue on mental health and also industry pressure and particularly nepotism. While many believe the actor must be remembered and cherished for the lovely work he has left behind, there are others who have been finding solace in remembering the actor from his past interviews. There’s no doubt that Sushant was an intelligent talker and it’s amazing the kind of advice he has left behind. Sushant Singh Rajput Was NOT Replaced In Fitoor...
    Every day comes one needless controversy on Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise over another. It is an unfortunate fact that certain sections of netizens are using his death to push their own agenda. It hasn’t been yet ascertained as to why Sushant took the fatal step to end his life, but Twitterati has already made up its mind – nepotism. What should have been a discussion on mental health awareness became a debate on nepotism, as netizens began to target Karan Johar, Ekta Kapoor and Salman Khan for ‘sidelining’ him. Was Sushant Singh Rajput the First Choice in Ram Leela and Bajirao Mastani, as Kangana Ranaut Claims? Here’s the Truth! Is it true? We don’t know, for that’s the job of...
    Burnley FC captain Ben Mee says the people who flew a "White Lives Matter" banner over the club's game against Manchester City on Monday "need to come in the 21st Century." "I'm ashamed and embarrassed," Mee said after his side's 5-0 defeat. "It's not what we are about at all." Mee added in a later interview with BBC Radio 5 Live: "Fans like that don't deserve to be around football." Burnley supporter Jake Hepple claimed responsibility for flying the offensive banner, according to The Mirror. "I'd like to take this time to apologise .. TO ABSOLUTELY F------  NOBODY!" Hepple reportedly said in a since deleted post on his Facebook.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Burnley FC captain...
    (CNN)"You get treated like an animal."Those were the words of 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks who was shot and killed by an Atlanta police officer this month. Brooks spoke those words in February, just a few months before his death, during an interview he gave to a company called Reconnect, which focuses on fighting incarceration.The company had posted an ad on Craigslist, looking for people to share their stories about navigating the criminal justice system, and Brooks answered the call.CNN obtained the 40-minute interview with the help of CNN's Political Commentator Van Jones, who said a colleague in the criminal justice field entrusted it to him.In the video, it's clear Brooks is searching for redemption and a better life.Read MoreHe reflects on...
    On Tuesday, a reporter for The Hill tweeted that President Trump will sit and talk with his son, Donald Trump Jr. on the online show “Triggered.” Jonathan Easley of The Hill phrased it this way: “Donald Trump Jr. will interview his father @realdonaldtrumpon Team Trump’s online show ‘Triggered’ this week, per a source familiar. It’s the first time the president will appear on any of the campaign’s online shows. The interview will air Thursday night.” Horrified by the idea of someone as partisan as Donald Trump Jr. “interviewing” his father, leftist social media expressed their loathing as they mocked the idea: Supposed comedienne Samantha Bee: “Who among us hasn’t had to create a fake show just to get their dad...
    LOS ANGELES -- Steamer Cleaners wants to help people who lost their jobs during the pandemic by offering to dry clean interview outfits for free for anyone who has a job interview coming up. The family business is also offering free dry cleaning to law enforcement. "We want to be part of the solution we want to be here to help the people as we go through this together," Nicole Basseri, owner of Steamer Cleaners.The family business is also offering free dry cleaning to law enforcement. Even though Steamer Cleaners is offering free services they admit that they've had to change their business structure a lot since the pandemic. "Before corona we used to have popcorn out, candy out, a...
    Federal prosecutors have requested an interview with UK’s Prince Andrew related to an investigation of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex crimes, claiming he’s been unresponsive, ABC News reported Monday. Attorneys for Andrew, who has denied any wrongdoing in his association with Epstein, said in a Monday statement that he has offered an interview multiple times. Citing two officials familiar with the matter, ABC News reported Monday that the Department of Justice has used the 2010 Mutual Legal Assistance treaty to seek interview with Andrew. The treaty is seldom used, but similar to a subpoena, according to NBC News. Andrew demonstrated zero cooperation since the investigation began, according to U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman. “The Southern District...
    A protester was shot in Seattle as he stopped a man from driving a car directly into a crowd of protesters. A man drove through 11th and hit a barricade. He exited his car and flashed a gun. The police say they have the man in custody and have the gun. They asked for anybody who is hurt to come to the barricade. A man was on the ground on 11th and Pine. He’s up now. pic.twitter.com/47eZZOvG59— Chase Burns (@chaseburnsy) June 8, 2020 Thanks to the police’s alleged improper barricade construction earlier in the day, protesters were able to quickly deconstruct and repurpose parts of the barricade to stop the car before the driver could run anyone down. The driver...