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- Louisville Metro Police and National Guard personnel murdered a black restaurant owner — David McAtee, owner YaYa's BBQ, was fatally shot early Monday morning. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer fired police chief Steve Conrad today after it was found that "police officers did not record body-camera footage."
- Police and civilians have weaponized vehicles to attack protesters, and it's been caught on tape.
- In response to the police killing of George Floyd, many are partaking in "Blackout Tuesday" tomorrow. In observance, The Apollo has rescheduled their "Let’s Stay (IN) Together: A Benefit For The Apollo Theater” livestream event for this Thursday, June 4th (7:30 p.m. EST).
- A majority of Americans prefer that we take care of this whole pandemic thing before we restart the economy, according to a new poll.
- A second Ebola outbreak has hit Congo.
- A tiny village in Southern France isn't so worried about COVID-19. They're more annoyed about having to endure a lockdown.
- On this day in 1946, according to the Transit Museum, the HH Shuttle service was discontinued. Remember the HH line? Remember the subway?
- And now, a bird takes a slow — and possibly final — ride on a gator:
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