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Aujourd’hui — 2 juin 2020NYT

Live Updates: Unrest Continues Over Death of George Floyd

Our reporters and photographers are on the ground in cities across the country. Here’s what they’re seeing.

Gladys Cortes, ‘Miracle Baby’ Moved to Help Others, Dies at 48

Ms. Cortes came to New York from Puerto Rico and hoped to be an artist. She died of complications of Covid-19

Gladys Cortes, right, with her daughter Adryanna. Ms. Cortes also supported her mother and wide circle of friends, relatives and co-workers.

The de Blasio Disappointment

He began with such progressive promise. Now it’s in tatters.

Mayor Bill de Blasio at City Hall in March.

They Fled Asia as Refugees. Now They Are Caught in the Middle of Minneapolis.

Thousands of Hmong-Americans settled in the Twin Cities area after the Vietnam War. They became business owners, teachers and police officers.

People gather at the site of the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis.

The George Floyd Protests Won't Stop Until Police Brutality Does

This country has failed to provide one of the most fundamental protections in the Constitution: the right to life.

Protesters facing off against police in New York on Saturday.

Trump Takes Us to the Brink

Will weaponized racism destroy America?

Chaos outside the White House on Sunday.

Facebook and Twitter Must Do More About Trump’s Tweets

Twitter is only bringing more attention to the president’s tweets, and Facebook’s strategy has been to do nothing.

A protester outside Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco on Thursday.

Shattered Glass in SoHo as Looters Ransack Lower Manhattan

As the protesters moved north, fringe groups hung back, setting fires, breaking windows and grabbing goods from a string of luxury boutiques.

Looters smashed windows and emptied boutiques of merchandise in Flatiron, SoHo and other parts of downtown Manhattan. 

Everyone Is Mad at Virgil Abloh Over the George Floyd Protests

The Off-White and Louis Vuitton designer has become a target of social media anger and frustration because of statements about the protests.

Virgil Abloh

Hong Kong Bans Tiananmen Vigil for 1st Time, in New Challenge to Protests

Days after China moved to enact new security laws for Hong Kong, the territory’s police rejected permission for an annual vigil to honor the victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests.

Hong Kong had held a vigil every year on the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown.  Thousands gathered for it in 2019.

Celebrating Pride on Film

Missing parties and parades during Pride Month? These movies will fill your screen with joy, history and rainbows.

Marsha P. Johnson, in a 2017 documentary about her directed by David France.

Gay Couples Can Teach Straight People a Thing or Two About Arguing

Same-sex couples, on average, resolve conflict more constructively than different-sex couples, and with less animosity, studies have shown.

'The Plague' and 'Dekalog' Show Innovation in German-Language Theater

In an artistic world that constantly deconstructs itself, the creators of “The Plague” and “Dekalog” turned toward digital tools, with self-filmed actors and direction from the audience.

They Fled Asia as Refugees. Now They Are Caught in the Middle of Minneapolis.

Thousands of Hmong-Americans settled in the Twin Cities area after the Vietnam War. They became business owners, teachers and police officers.

People gather at the site of the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis.

Misinformation About George Floyd Protests Surges on Social Media

Par : Davey Alba
In the universe of false online information, Mr. Floyd remains alive and George Soros is to blame for the protests.

A mural of George Floyd at the site of his deadly arrest in Minneapolis. False information related to his death is spreading online.

Judge Asks Court Not to ‘Short Circuit’ His Review of Flynn Case

A lawyer for the trial judge told an appeals court why he wanted to examine the Justice Department’s “unusual” request to dismiss the charge.

Michael T. Flynn, President Trump’s former national security adviser, had twice pleaded guilty to lying to the F.B.I. about his conversations with a Russian diplomat.

After Reality Star’s Death, Japan Vows to Rip the Mask Off Online Hate

While many in the country abhor the kind of harassment Hana Kimura endured before her apparent suicide, some warn that cracking down on it could also chill rising internet activism.

Hana Kimura in Tokyo in 2019. She apparently committed suicide after facing relentless criticism online.

Coronavirus News: Live Updates

Developing countries are at risk of missing debt payments. The Met Opera has canceled its fall season.

Protests in Manhattan on Sunday.

Trump, Protesters, Autopsy: Your Monday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

Inside a Huge George Floyd Protest in Brooklyn

A demonstration that began at the Barclays Center drew New Yorkers from many backgrounds. They worried that their goals were being hijacked by looting and violence.

A man stood on the roof of his car in Brooklyn to urge on protesters marching near the Barclays Center.

How ‘Phantom of the Opera’ Survived the Pandemic

The musical’s world tour, now in Seoul, weathered a cast outbreak to become perhaps the only major show running. Can theater learn from its example?

Banners for “Phantom of the Opera” hang outside the Seoul theater where its run has recently been extended.

‘Another Customer Was Appalled to Witness Such Blatant Favoritism’

Sharing a bond with a street vendor, wanting a hard-to-find dog and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

Is The News Too Scary for Kids?

How, and when, to introduce current events to your children.
Hier — 1 juin 2020NYT

After 6 Months, Important Mysteries About Coronavirus Endure

Times journalists summarize some of the most critical things that scientists and public health officials have yet to understand.

Six Months of Coronavirus: Here’s Some of What We’ve Learned

Much remains unknown and mysterious, but these are some of the things we’re pretty sure of after half a year of this pandemic.

Retailers, Battered by Coronavirus, Now Confront Protesters

Even as major chains boarded up stores and halted operations, they largely sought to convey empathy for demonstrators and did not condemn the damage to their businesses.

An employee at the Lone Wolf Cigar Company in Santa Monica, Calif., surveyed the damage done to the store by looters on Sunday.

Burnt Out on Home Schooling?

How to get through the rest of the year.

What Pandemic Scams Are People Falling For

Fraudsters see opportunities to target us in these uncertain times. Here are their most popular schemes and how we can protect ourselves.

How a City Once Consumed by Civil Unrest Has Kept Protests Peaceful

Newark, New Jersey’s largest city, made no arrests and reported only minimal property damage during a weekend march.

An estimated 12,000 protesters marched in Newark on Saturday.

How a City Once Consumed by Civil Unrest Has Kept Protests Peaceful

Newark, New Jersey’s largest city, made no arrests and reported only minimal property damage during a weekend march.

An estimated 12,000 protesters marched in Newark on Saturday.
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