“Being black in America, this is what it does” : Minneapolis protester | AFP

“I’d never expected things to go like the way they did this week but I’m not surprised, because this is America, being black in America this is what it does.” says Kaila Junaye Johnson, 21, who has been involved in the protests since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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Peaceful Black Lives Matter rally in Foley Square over death of George Floyd | AFP

Around a thousand people gather in Foley Square, New York to take part in a Black Lives Matter rally in protest at the killing of unarmed black man George Floyd by police during an arrest in Minneapolis last week. The city’s mayor extended a night-time curfew for the city until June 7 following outbreaks of violence and looting during anti-racism protests gripping America. IMAGES

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Journalists Covering Protests Are Being Attacked By Police Across America

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ShowBiz Minute: Union, Walt Disney, Cruise

NBC, producers say “America’s Got Talent” cleared by probe; Disney, SeaWorld announce plans for Florida parks to reopen; NASA is rolling out the International Space Station’s red carpet for Tom Cruise to make a movie in orbit. (May 28)

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Today in History for May 24th

Highlights of this day in history: Samuel Morse opens America’s first telegraph line; Four men sentenced for the 1993 World Trade Center bombing; Britain’s Queen Victoria born; The Brooklyn Bridge opens; Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan born. (May 24)

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Pandemic moves Memorial Day motorcycle ride online

One of the largest motorcycle rides in America will carry on during the coronavirus pandemic by joining the #MemorialDayAtHome movement. (May 22)

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The Mother of All Talkshows with George Galloway – Episode 48

Joining us on the show today is Rachel Blevins – journalist and RT America correspondent to talk about coronavirus in the US and its impact on the upcoming US election. Journalist Mohamed Elmaazi will discuss with George if there is a plot against Venezuela. Dr Ranjeet Brar – NHS Consultant, physician & surgeon will update us on the latest on coronavirus from the medical frontline. Get your calls and tweets in now!

When COVID-19 came to rural America | Inside The Outbreak | Associated Press

COVID-19 ripped through rural Southwest Georgia, killing more people per capita than just about anywhere in America. AP reporter Claire Galofaro joins host Ralph Russo to share the tale of a community that had already felt abandoned before the pandemic, and how she was able to connect with people while also keeping her distance.

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Doctor warns of ‘darkest winter’ if virus rebounds

A government whistleblower who alleges he was ousted from his job after warning the Trump administration to prepare for the pandemic, says America faces the “darkest winter in modern history” unless leaders act to prevent virus rebound. (May 14)

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Today in History for May 10th

Highlights of this day in history: A golden spike completes America’s first transcontinental railroad; Nazis burn books in Germany; Rudolf Hess parachutes into Scotland; Nelson Mandela takes office in S. Africa; U2’s frontman Bono born. (May 10)

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Meals on Wheels requests doubled in many places

The demand for food from the Meals on Wheels has doubled among most programs in America since February, according to the company’s CEO Ellie Hollander. (May 7)

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Pro Driver Breaks Down Why The Indy 500 Is So Difficult | Turn By Turn

The Indy 500 is the most famous race in motorsports. At speeds of over 220 mph, drivers tear around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for 500 miles, or 200 laps. But while navigating an oval racetrack may seem fairly straightforward, surviving just one lap of “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” requires a true expert behind the wheel. We talked to Andretti Autosport driver and winner of 2016’s Indy 500 Alexander Rossi who took us through each and every turn.

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USNS Comfort hospital ship leaves New York as number of virus cases decline | AFP

The hospital ship USNS Comfort departs New York harbor after providing relief to the city’s healthcare system. The 1,000-bed ship, previously deployed to conflict and natural disaster zones, was sent to Manhattan to ease the strain on health centers at the epicenter of America’s COVID-19 outbreak. IMAGES

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Today in History for April 30th

Highlights of this day in history: Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler commits suicide; End of the Vietnam War as Saigon falls; George Washington sworn in as America’s first president; The Louisiana Purchase; Country singer Willie Nelson born. (April 30)

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