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Aujourd’hui — 5 juin 2020FOXNews

Cotton rips NY Times over op-ed apology: 'A child mob truly is in charge at The New York Times tonight'

Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., responded Thursday to The New York Times apology for running his opinion piece by blasting the paper, accusing them of retreating in the face of a "woke mob" in their newsroom.

Some Democrats fear Biden's inner circle too white, report says

Is former Vice President Joe Biden’s inner circle too white? Some Democrats are worried it is, according to a New York Times report -- even as his presidential campaign is actively adding a diverse group of high-level advisers.

Drew Brees offers second apology after national anthem comment backlash: 'I will be part of the solution'

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees offered a second apology Thursday to anyone he might have hurt with his comments about his stance against kneeling during the national anthem in wake of the backlash he has since received.

Ex-MI6 boss says coronavirus likely engineered in Wuhan lab

A former head of the British intelligence agency MI6 was quoted in The Telegraph's Planet Normal podcast that he believes the COVID-19 outbreak was engineered in a lab and spread through coincidence.

Journalist Andy Ngo files lawsuit against Antifa group in Oregon following 2019 assaults

Journalist Andy Ngo has filed a lawsuit against Rose City Antifa following 2019 assaults carried out against him by the group in Portland, Ore.

Graham slams Democrats who criticized Senate hearings on Russia investigation: 'This is hypocrisy run amok'

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told "The Story" Thursday that Democrats on the panel who have criticized his hearings on the Obama administration's role in the Russia investigation are guilty of hypocrisy.

Dan Gainor: NY Times flip-flops and says Sen. Tom Cotton op-ed it published on rioting is unfit to print

Par : Dan Gainor
The New York Times, which haughtily claims it publishes “All the News That’s Fit to Print,” caved in to far-left political correctness Thursday. The paper decided it was wrong to publish an op-ed by Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., that called for the military to be sent to U.S. cities to help local law enforcement deal with “rioters and looters.”

NYPD confronts George Floyd demonstrators as curfew takes effect

New York City police officers were seen clashing with demonstrators in another night of mass gatherings Thursday as a citywide curfew took effect, with law enforcement out in force in an attempt to keep the peace and prevent violence that has marred otherwise peaceful demonstrations over the death of George Floyd. 

Jonah Goldberg calls out New York Times over 'insane' apology for publishing Cotton op-ed

The Dispatch editor-in-chief Jonah Goldberg, a Fox News contributor, criticized The New York Times Thursday after the paper issued what he called an "insane" apology for running an opinion piece by Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., that called for the military to quash riots in American cities.

NY Times editor Bari Weiss says there's a 'civil war' within paper amid Tom Cotton uproar

New York Times writer and opinion editor Bari Weiss offered insight about the internal battle among her colleagues following the publishing of an op-ed written by Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark that sparked a major backlash from its own staff. 

Pittsburgh hospital officials say coronavirus appears less potent than before

Doctors at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) said Thursday that the coronavirus appears to be declining both in virulence and infection rate.

Pittsburgh hospital officials say coronavirus appears less potent than before

Doctors at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) said Thursday that the coronavirus appears to be declining both in virulence and infection rate.

Dr. Alveda King sends powerful message to Floyd family: 'It is very terrible ... to have to grieve publicly'

Par : Yael Halon
Dr. Alveda King, the niece of civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., sent an emotional message of hope and healing to the family of George Floyd Thursday following the first of many services set to be held around the country in his memory. 

DC woman berates other women over 'white privilege' for removing 'Black Lives Matter' graffiti

A video circulating online shows three women being chastised for wrongly using their "white privilege" to remove graffiti in support of Black Lives Matter from a federal building in Washington D.C.

Former Packers teammate says Aaron Rodgers' call for solidarity is 'bulls--t'

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is being called out after appearing to weigh in on New Orleans Saints' Drew Brees comments about the national anthem this week.

Shannon Sharpe says Drew Brees should retire: 'I will never respect the man'

Pro Football Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe was not happy with New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees after he said that he would never agree with players protesting during the national anthem.

Portland, citing George Floyd case, discontinues use of police in schools

Oregon's largest school district will no longer have police officers in its schools and joins a handful of urban districts from Minneapolis to Denver that are rethinking their school resource officer programs amid national outrage over the death of George Floyd.

Michigan restaurant owner says he used Facebook to identify suspects involved in property destruction

Par : Nick Givas
Jeff Lobdell, a restaurant owner from Grand Rapids, Mich., posted surveillance video footage to Facebook on Sunday of rioters who damaged his property and was later successful in tracking them down, with some help from the public. 

Michigan restaurant owner says he used Facebook to identify suspects involved in property destruction

Par : Nick Givas
Jeff Lobdell, a restaurant owner from Grand Rapids, Mich., posted surveillance video footage to Facebook on Sunday of rioters who damaged his property and was later successful in tracking them down, with some help from the public. 

CNN guest: If black children aren't 'allowed innocence' then white children 'don't deserve innocence'

A CNN guest argued on Wednesday that if black children in the U.S. aren't "allowed" innocence then white children "don't deserve innocence."

Prince Charles reveals what he misses about his family while in quarantine

Prince Charles opened up about missing his family while still in quarantine during coronavirus pandemic. 

John Kelly defends James Mattis after Trump rebuke: 'The president did not fire him'

Former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said Thursday that President Trump has “clearly forgotten” the details surrounding James Mattis’ departure after the president attacked him on Twitter this week, saying it was he who had the “honor of firing” the former defense secretary.

Dallas Love Field removes Texas Ranger statue, citing racism concerns amid George Floyd anger

The city of Dallas on Thursday removed the statue of a Texas Ranger in the main hall at Dallas Love Field because of the conduct of the man celebrated by it.

Florida cops arrest man accused of threatening to 'blow up' police station, turn it into 'Swiss cheese'

A Florida man allegedly posted to Facebook that he would blow up a police station and kill police officers, and also purportedly said he would turn the department into "Swiss cheese," according to authorities.

Gabrielle Union files complaint against NBC and 'America's Got Talent'

Gabrielle Union filed a complaint Thursday in the state of California against her former employers, NBC and the producers of "America's Got Talent."

Dem Hickenlooper held in contempt by Colorado ethics commission after defying subpoena amid Senate bid

Par : Gregg Re
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate John Hickenlooper has been held in contempt by the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission after he didn't appear Thursday at a mandatory hearing, defying orders to do so as the panel considers a Republican complaint that private plane trips he took while governor of Colorado violated the state's gift ban.

As America reopens, fever-screening technology touted as promising tool

Fever sensing technology may be one tool used in the re-opening of businesses and travel, following coronavirus shutdown across America.

Juan Williams warns far-left call to 'defund the police' a 'bad idea' that would hurt poor communities

"The Five" co-host Juan Williams said Thursday that adopting calls by the far left to "defund the police" would have a disproportionately large impact on poor neighborhoods.

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