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Tech group files first lawsuit challenging Trump’s social media executive order

A nonprofit advocacy group partially funded by Big Tech has filed a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump’s executive order on social media, marking Silicon Valley’s first major legal effort to resist the plan.

Sneaky sailor can’t stop surprising his family

CSSN Pedro Ivan DeLeon joined the Navy in 2017. He has made it his mission to make this return home memorable for his family.

The pandemic is sparking a turnaround for soup

As people stocked up for an unknown future and sheltered in place because of the coronavirus pandemic, they reached for soup — and helped spark a turnaround for Campbell.

Phoenix’s Jeri Williams is one of the nation’s few black female police chiefs. She says George Floyd’s death was ‘disgustingly horrific.’

As one of the nation’s few black female police chiefs, Phoenix Chief Jeri Williams reflects on the death of George Floyd and the future of policing.


Analysis: The world is falling apart. Tell that to the booming stock market

The stock market is not the economy. But rarely has the gap between Wall Street and Main Street felt so wide.

Ferguson elects first black mayor in city’s history

The Missouri city where the death of a black teen set off weeks of nationwide protests and outrage in 2014 elected its first woman and first black mayor Tuesday night, according to CNN affiliate KMOV.

Opinion: What my Florida town can teach us about racist policing

Nine days before George Floyd died an agonizing death under the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer while others watched, law enforcement officials broke up what has been described as a massive block party in my Florida hometown of DeLand and th…

Mother of George Floyd’s daughter says she wants justice for him

The mother of George Floyd’s 6-year-old daughter is calling for justice over his death.

Skateboarder Sky Brown, 11, hospitalized after horrific fall

British skateboarder Sky Brown says her “helmet and arm saved her life” after being involved in a horrific fall during training.

A controversial Confederate statue removed in historic Old Town Alexandria

Crews in historic Old Town Alexandria quickly removed a bronze statue of a Confederate soldier named “Appomattox” Tuesday morning.

Bikes are flying off shelves, overwhelming shops

Eric Attayi, owner of the Urban Bicycle Gallery in Houston, Texas, has watched the pandemic transform his shop in a way most businesses can only dream of.

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