As of June 16, President Donald Trump's administration will bar all passenger planes originating in China from entry to the U.S.
Trump Administration Bars Chinese Passenger Planes from Entry

Former Rep. Allen West (R-FL) highlighted Facebook and Twitter’s politically-driven and arbitrary censorship of information, contrasting the platforms’ facilitation of operations executed by Antifa and Black Lives Matter while censoring disagreement with public health authorities’ positions.

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Allen West: Facebook and Twitter Help Antifa While Censoring Everyday Americans Protesting Lockdowns

Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Wednesday evening that the City of Los Angeles would cut up to $150 million from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and “reinvest” the funds in the local black community.

“This is bigger than just a budget, but I want you to know we will not be increasing our police budget — how can we at this moment?” Garcetti asked.
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L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti to Cut $150 Million from Police :

My dear Trumpists....what u wanna say? Call US Ex-Defense Secretary Mattis
a "socialist"? a victim of a "media conspiracy" ?
Two presidents in ONE week , a former defense secretary, the whole Silicon valley, all media you have grown up with for decades call the Orangitard an enemy of constitution.
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There are four planets in the Solar System that have rings — Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. A new study, however, suggests that Mars may have also once been a ringed planet.
Mars might have been a ringed planet in its ancient past, study suggests

Google was hit by a class-action lawsuit in California on Tuesday which alleged the company continues to track the internet activity of Chrome browser users even when they're in "Incognito" mode.

When you open a Google Chrome window in incognito mode, the program does not save your search history, but analytics data is still sent to the websites you visit via Google Analytics and Google Ad Manager. ...
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Google is being sued for tracking users even when they're browsing in incognito mode

In the predawn hours Wednesday, the city unceremoniously removed the controversial statue of former Mayor and Police Commissioner Frank Rizzo, who was known for his aggressive tactics policing the black and gay communities of Philadelphia.

Some TV news stations were on the scene to capture the massive artwork being rigged with straps and then wobbled back and forth before being yanked from its base in front of the Municipal Services Building across the street from City Hall.
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Frank Rizzo statue in Philadelphia removed in middle of the night

The Denver Police Department said Tuesday that Officer Thomas McClay is no longer with the department after an investigation into one of his social media posts saying “Let’s start a riot.”

Just a day after DPD announced the investigation, it said in a statement that “the Internal Affairs investigation revealed that the officer violated the Department’s social media policy, posted content inconsistent with the values of the Department, and the officer has been terminated.”
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Craig Gore, who wrote two episodes of the last season of "S.W.A.T.," has been fired from Dick Wolf's "Law & Order" spinoff.
Dick Wolf Fires Writer From ‘Law & Order’ Spinoff for Facebook Posts

Humans cells can be genetically engineered to produce a squid protein that changes how transparent they are, which could lead to see-through patches of tissue
Genetically altered human cells can vary their transparency like squid

Maize is a staple crop across much of the Americas, and new research suggests it's been that way for at least 4,700 years.

Reconstructing the diets of early human populations in tropical regions like Central America has proven quite difficult, but scientists recently discovered a burial site in present-day Belize that has been continuously used for over 10,000 years.
Ancient burial site in Belize reveals when people started eating maize

The District of Columbia National Guard has asked for an investigation into the use of a helicopter in the city to disperse crowds protesting the killing of George Floyd, officials told The Hill.
DC National Guard asks for investigation into use of helicopter to target protesters

In archaeology, there are few watershed moments, when a technological breakthrough changes everything. But the invention of radiocarbon dating in the 1940s brought one such revolution, by providing a consistent, worldwide system for placing archaeological material in chronological order. A more-recent transformative innovation is the airborne application of a remote-sensing technique called light detection and ranging (lidar) to create a model (also known as a digital-elevation model) of the bare-surface terrain that is hidden by trees in forested areas1. Lidar is changing archaeological study of the ancient Maya in Mexico and Central America. It is increasing the speed and scale of discovery, and reshaping our understanding of the antiquity of monumental-scale landscape alteration. Writing in Nature, Inomata et al.2 provide a prime example of this in their study of the region of Tabasco in Mexico that borders the Usumacinta River.
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Large-scale early Maya sites in Mexico revealed by lidar mapping technology

The four executives include Jayson Penn, the president and CEO of Pilgrim’s Pride, which is mostly owned by JBS USA, as well as another executive at the Colorado chicken supplier, according to a Justice Department statement.
Feds indict execs from Pilgrim's Pride, JBS USA for price-fixing

San Leandro Chrysler Dodge is open for business after one of the largest auto theft sprees in memory.

MOPAR they can always make more ............
More than 70 cars stolen from San Leandro Dodge dealership during looting spree | KTVU FOX 2


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