The pharmacy chain confirmed that while several stores have sustained damage, no employees were hurt during the protests.
Queen Elizabeth, 94, wore a colorful scarf (but no helmet) while riding her horse in new Windsor Castle photographs released by Buckingham Palace.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz promised to bring “the full force of goodness and righteousness” as law enforcement upheld a curfew in the Twin Cities.
Journalists covering the George Floyd protests across the country reported being detained and hit by rubber bullets and tear gas.
Several West Point cadets have tested positive for COVID-19 after returning to the New York campus for a commencement address by President Trump.
The “out-of-state agitator” claims by public officials is contradicted by evidence in the public record and on social media, USA TODAY found.
The moment underscores the power of the White House bully pulpit and the difficulty of others to fill the role of unifier if the president doesn’t.
The NBA legend said Sunday: “I stand with those who are calling out the ingrained racism and violence toward people of color in our country.”
Thousands continue to protest nationwide on Sunday. Over the past several days, some demonstrations in cities across the USA have turned violent – resulting in vandalism, looting, arson, tear gas and arrests.
Chrissy Teigen donated $200,000 in bail money for protesters across the nation decrying the death of George Floyd. Other celebrities are speaking out.
The demonstrations continue a combative weekend in the nation’s capital and comes after officials announced arrests made the prior night.
Iran Foreign Trade Touches $9.3b in 2 Months IRAN NEWS ECONOMIC DESK TEHRAN – Spokesman of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration Rouhollah Latifi says Iran’s foreign trade exceeded $9b in value and 21m tons in weight in the first two months of the current year. Speaking on the country’s foreign trade in the first two months of the current Iranian calendar year, Latifi said that the country exported 21m tons of goods worth $9.341b in the first two months.
Russian $5b Loan to Fund Iran’s Major Railway Project IRAN NEWS NATIONAL DESK TEHRAN – Minister of Energy Reza Ardakanian says a loan of $5 billion that Russia has agreed to give Tehran will be used to fund a major railway project in eastern Iran. Speaking to reporters during a visit to the eastern province of South Khorasan on Saturday, Ardakanian said a major railroad project linking the cities of Zahedan and Birjand will be funded by a $5 billion loan provided by the Russian Federation. He said Iran has ratified plans to set up the railroad project, has notified Russia of its decision, and is making arrangements with the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia to carry out the project
World Economy to Become More Challenging 2020 has been the hotbed of events which has made political and economic predictions more complicated in some countries.
Amazon is limiting deliveries and shifting routes in some cities that have been rocked by protests of the killing of George Floyd.