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This image from the Twitter account of President Donald Trump shows a tweet he posted on Friday, May 29, 2020, after protesters in Minneapolis. On Tuesday, the Center for Democracy and Technology sued Trump over the president's executive order aimed at limiting a legal protection long enjoyed by tech companies like Twitter. AP hide caption

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Lawsuit Says Trump's Order Against Tech Companies Will 'Chill Future Online Speech'

The Center for Democracy and Technology argues that Trump's executive order attempting to strip tech companies of a key legal protection was retaliatory and violates the First Amendment.

President Trump's photo opportunity in front of St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington has set off criticism, as police used tear gas and force to clear a path for him to walk from the White House. Tom Brenner/Reuters hide caption

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'He Did Not Pray': Fallout Grows From Trump's Photo-Op At St. John's Church

"He did not offer a word of balm or condolence to those who are grieving," says the bishop who oversees the church. Washington's mayor was more direct: "Shameful!"

'He Did Not Pray': Fallout Grows From Trump's Photo-Op At St. John's Church

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David McAtee, who was shot and killed by officers early Monday morning, is seen at a grill in a security video that Louisville police released on Tuesday. LMPD/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Louisville Police Release Video It Says Shows David McAtee Firing At Officers

Police released security footage a day after McAtee, a business owner, was shot and killed by law enforcement. There is no sound, but police say it appears, based on the video, that he fires first.

Malaysia Hammond places flowers at a memorial mural for George Floyd in Minneapolis on Sunday. Police brutality has sparked days of civil unrest. But the sparks have landed in a tinderbox built over decades of economic inequality, now exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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From Jobs To Homeownership, Protests Put Spotlight On Racial Economic Divide

African Americans are 40% less likely to own their homes than whites. And blacks are more likely to hold jobs that put them at risk of the coronavirus. The civil unrest follows decades of inequality.

From Jobs To Homeownership, Protests Put Spotlight On Racial Economic Divide

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People walk along a boardwalk at a mostly empty beach in Belmar, N.J. As of May 22, state beaches can open with social distancing measures in place. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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Northeast: Coronavirus-Related Restrictions By State

Get the latest on coronavirus-related restrictions in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. Check more regions of the country below.

Charlotte's Spectrum Center is scheduled to host the 2020 Republican National Convention but GOP officials are insisting on a full arena while state public health officials say it's not safe to have so many people together in a pandemic. Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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N.C. Governor: 'Very Unlikely' RNC Can Proceed Without Social Distancing, Masks

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With the course of the pandemic unclear, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said, "planning for a scaled-down convention with fewer people, social distancing and face coverings is a necessity."

In this screengrab from video posted by BBC News Hindi,15-year-old Jyoti Kumari's rides with her father during their 700 mile-long journey to their family's village of Sirhulli in eastern India. BBC News Hindi hide caption

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Indian Teen Bikes 700 Miles With Injured Dad, Is Hailed As Hero — And Sparks Debate

Her father worked in the city and got injured. She came to care for him and took him home via bike. Ivanka Trump is among her admirers. But some ask: Why was this her only option?

Indian Teen Bikes 700 Miles With Injured Dad, Is Hailed As Hero — And Sparks Debate

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