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LA Times National News
Jun 02, 2020

Cause of death: COVID-19, police violence or racism?
Some public health experts are bracing for a spike in COVID-19 cases in the wake of protests against police brutality.



LA Times National News
Jun 02, 2020

How are you talking to your kids about the unrest in America?
Images of police brutality, protest and violence are hard to avoid and present a challenge for parents. Tell us how you're talking to your kids.



LA Times National News
Jun 02, 2020

What is anti-racism? And what do experts say you can do?
A conversation is happening around anti-racism — what it is and what it looks like in practice. Here's what you should know.



LA Times National News
Jun 02, 2020

Officer accused of killing George Floyd pulled woman from car over minor speeding offense
In 2007, Officer Chauvin was disciplined for pulling a woman out of her car and frisking her for speeding, one of 17 times he's been investigated.



LA Times National News
Jun 02, 2020

Officer accused of killing George Floyd was disciplined for pulling woman from car during stop
Officer Derek Chauvin was disciplined for pulling a woman from her car and frisking her during stop for speeding, one of 17 times he's been investigated.



LA Times National News
Jun 02, 2020

Can Operation Warp Speed deliver a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of the year?
Operation Warp Speed aims to produce 300 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of the year. If scientists succeed, it would be a first.



LA Times National News
Jun 01, 2020

'They came toward us firing pepper spray and rubber bullets'
I've been covering conflict both nationally and internationally for many years, so I know the dangers involved. But I wasn't expecting them to attack us directly.



LA Times National News
Jun 01, 2020

'They came toward us firing pepper spray and rubber bullets,' photographer says
I've been covering conflict both nationally and internationally for many years, so I know the dangers involved. But I wasn't expecting them to attack us directly.



LA Times National News
Jun 01, 2020

Scientists to choirs: Group singing can spread the coronavirus, despite what CDC may say
Scientists studying tiny exhaled particles that could transmit the coronavirus say a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention decision to drop warnings against choral singing is dangerous, risking more "super spreading events" such as a Washington state choir practice linked to two deaths.



LA Times National News
Jun 01, 2020

Battered cities brace anew for more protests as racial justice outpouring enters second week
A week after George Floyd's death, wrenching scenes still play out on streets of US cities



LA Times National News
Jun 01, 2020

Battered cities face more protests as racial justice outpouring enters second week
A week after George Floyd's death, wrenching scenes still play out on streets of US cities



LA Times National News
Jun 01, 2020

George Floyd's brother tells the nation to stop rioting: 'That's not going to bring my brother back'
George Floyd's younger brother, Terrence Floyd, traveled from New York City to Minneapolis to visit a memorial at the site where Floyd was fatally restrained by police



LA Times National News
Jun 01, 2020

Independent autopsy of George Floyd contradicts official report
An autopsy commissioned for George Floyd's family found that he died of asphyxiation, the family's attorneys said Monday.



LA Times National News
Jun 01, 2020

Trump tells governors to 'dominate' as he shrinks from crisis role
As crisis has boiled in the nation's cities, there's been rare agreement on one subject: Neither left nor right is eager to hear from President Trump.



LA Times National News
Jun 01, 2020

Trump calls for 'law and order,' threatens to deploy troops to major cities
President Trump after 48 hours of public silence, threatens to deploy thousands of troops to major cities to quell civil unrest.



LA Times National News
May 31, 2020

George Floyd died a week ago, rocking Minneapolis and its mayor
A week after George Floyd died after being restrained by Minneapolis police, the mayor -- and his city -- are still adrift



LA Times National News
May 31, 2020

George Floyd and the special hell reserved for black journalists covering his killing
The George Floyd killing has pushed black journalists to their emotional limits: 'I walked six miles today trying to beat back the sorrow and depression.'



LA Times National News
May 31, 2020

Times reporter recounts being hit with tear gas and rubber bullets by Minnesota police
Minneapolis police backed an L.A. Times reporter and photographer against a wall and fired tear gas and rubber bullets at point blank range



LA Times National News
May 30, 2020

Minneapolis is center stage for a nation's turmoil and rage
Many take to the Minneapolis streets again to protest the death of George Floyd, defying a curfew. 'They dropped the ball,' one says of local leaders.



LA Times National News
May 30, 2020

In Minneapolis, center stage for a nation's turmoil and rage, criticism emerges
Many take to the Minneapolis streets again to protest the death of George Floyd, defying a curfew. 'They dropped the ball,' one says of local leaders.



LA Times National News
May 30, 2020

Have the sprawling protests against police brutality spiraled out of control?
As violence intensified in cities across the nation, some in the movement worry that their protest and their message has been hijacked.



LA Times National News
May 30, 2020

Amid chaos, some black activists say the message has been hijacked
As violence intensified in cities across the nation, some in the movement worry that their protest movement has been hijacked.



LA Times National News
May 30, 2020

New era of spaceflight dawns as SpaceX sends NASA astronauts into orbit
Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are the first U.S. astronauts to launch to orbit from U.S. soil in nine years -- and the first ever in a spacecraft made and owned by a private company.



LA Times National News
May 30, 2020

Deleting Facebook, downloading VPNs: How Hong Kongers are preparing for a draconian law
Hong Kongers are preparing for a new reality as China moves to impose new national security powers over Hong Kong that are seen by many as a "death knell" for the former British colony's freedoms.



LA Times National News
May 30, 2020

Military crackdown looms in Minneapolis to stop looters, fires and violence
Gov. Tim Walz deployed the state's entire National Guard to fight rioters and defend the Twin Cities: "Everything that we believe in, they are trying to destroy."



LA Times National News
May 30, 2020

Older black voters have a 2020 dream: huge turnout, new president
For black voters who lived through segregation, this election is the new front line for fairness



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

Minneapolis braces for overnight protests after police officer is charged with murder
Fired Police Officer Derek Chauvin was charged in connection with the death of George Floyd after a bystander's video of him kneeling on Floyd's neck accompanied by three other officers ignited protests.



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

'How are we here again?' Black America on edge after police killing of George Floyd
George Floyd's death at the hands of police quickly became a symbol of inequality



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

Derek Chauvin, officer arrested in George Floyd's death, has a record of shootings and complaints
The Minneapolis officer fired after George Floyd's death was involved in police shootings during his 19-year career.



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

William Small, 'hero to journalism' at CBS, NBC, dies at 93
Led CBS News' Washington coverage during the civil rights movement, Vietnam War and Watergate



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

California police unions condemn actions of Minnesota officer in George Floyd's death
Rank and file police in California Thursday said they condemn the actions of Minnesota officers involved in the death of George Floyd.



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

'We don't have law and order': Black and Latino business owners face destruction in Minneapolis
Black and Latino shop keepers, already outraged by George Floyd's death, feel victimized again as city officials fail to stop looting and fires.



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

Full coverage: The nation reacts to George Floyd's death
The death of George Floyd sparked protests in Minneapolis, Los Angeles and New York. The officer who knelt on Floyd's neck was charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter on Friday.



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

George Floyd's death in Amy Klobuchar's home state renews scrutiny of her criminal justice record
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, a top contender to be Joe Biden's running mate, has faced skepticism from black activists over her criminal justice record. The recent killing of an African American man in her home state by a Minneapolis police officer has sharpened concerns.



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

Russian warplanes in Libya could open new phase in Middle East's biggest proxy war
The U.S. says Russian warplanes sent to back Moscow's favored militia leader in Libya could open a new phase in the Middle East's biggest proxy war.



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

No hymns, no Communion: Germany's reopened churches offer a road map, but a new outbreak shows the risks
A leader in dealing with the coronavirus, Germany has reopened its houses of worship — but a new coronavirus outbreak shows that risks remain.



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

After 18 years behind bars, an innocent man savors quarantine
Kevin Harrington may be the happiest man in quarantine



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

'This country doesn't help you. You help yourself': China's rural migrants struggle with no work
As China's outbreak eases, migrants are bearing the brunt of the lockdown's economic cost



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

'Is pork essential?' In a Smithfield town, a coronavirus-plagued meat factory comes back to life
Smithfield, one of the nation's largest pork plants in Sioux Falls, S.D., shut down after nearly a quarter of its workers were infected with the coronavirus. As it reopens, refugees who work the factory floor and hog farmers wonder if the risks are worth it.



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

'Is pork essential?' In a Smithfield town, a coronavirus-stricken meat factory comes back to life
Smithfield, one of the nation's largest pork plants in Sioux Falls, S.D., shut down after nearly a quarter of its workers contracted the coronavirus. As it reopens, refugees who work the factory floor and hog farmers wonder if the risks are worth it.



LA Times National News
May 29, 2020

Twitter flags tweet by Trump as 'glorifying violence' as protests rage in Minneapolis
Twitter tags a tweet by President Trump as a violation of its rules on violence after he threatened a harsh crackdown on protests in Minneapolis.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

Police chiefs' condemnation of George Floyd killing highlights impact of criminal justice reform movements
Police leaders in New York, Los Angeles, Miami and other major cities have condemned the actions of the Minneapolis police officer at the center of an arrest that led to the death of George Floyd. But some activists say their outcry is toothless.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

Trump likely to slap limited sanctions on China over Hong Kong crackdown
U.S. advisors are debating sanctions against China for its crackdown on Hong Kong, but Trump appears to be leaning toward a limited response.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

George Floyd death: Protesters set police station on fire; National Guard called in
Demonstrators break into a Minneapolis police precinct station after the department abandoned it, setting it ablaze, as protests spread nationwide.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

George Floyd protesters set Minneapolis police station on fire; National Guard called in
Cheering protesters broke into a Minneapolis police precinct station late Thursday after the department abandoned it, setting it ablaze and igniting fireworks as three days of violent protests spread to cities across the U.S over the death of George Floyd.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

Photo perspective | U.S. coronavirus deaths pass 100,000 mark in under four months, leading the world
Over 100,000 lives lost to the coronavirus



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

A bond developed between this veteran and his bomb-sniffing dog. Now they may be separated forever
A veteran raised more than $30,000 in an effort to keep a bomb-sniffing dog he bonded with in Afghanistan. The dog's owner says it's not for sale.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

'Dial up your empathy': Officials urge mask wearing to slow coronavirus, Trump pushes 'different viewpoints'
As masks have become a political issue, state and local leaders are pushing compliance to help slow the spread of coronavirus.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

'Dial up your empathy': Officials urge mask wearing to slow the coronavirus
As masks have become a political issue, state and local leaders are pushing compliance to help slow the spread of coronavirus.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

Column: George Floyd, Central Park and the familiar terror they inspire
What happened to George Floyd, Christian Cooper and Ahmaud Arbery shouldn't be characterized as sad anomalies, columnist L.Z. Granderson writes.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

Police put a gun to my head at 12. Tired of reading about racism? I'm tired of living it
What happened to George Floyd, Christian Cooper and Ahmaud Arbery shouldn't be characterized as sad anomalies, columnist L.Z. Granderson writes.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

Analysis: With a new law for Hong Kong, Beijing makes clear sovereignty is its bottom line
Beijing's bottom line is sovereignty. Hong Kong is a 'purely internal affair that allows no foreign interference,' Chinese government spokesman says.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

Fearing coronavirus spike, some Arab gulf states turn to a longtime enemy: Israel
The coronavirus crisis has led to some tentative attempts at cooperation between Arab nations and Israel, which many of them do not recognize.



LA Times National News
May 28, 2020

Fearing coronavirus spike, some Arab Gulf states turn to a supposed enemy: Israel
The coronavirus crisis has led to some tentative attempts at cooperation between Arab Gulf nations and Israel, which many of them do not recognize.



LA Times National News
May 27, 2020

U.S. coronavirus deaths pass 100,000 mark in under four months, leading the world
From the first deaths in February, as President Trump still predicted none, the U.S. has reached 100,000 lives lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.



LA Times National News
May 27, 2020

As the U.S. death toll hits 100,000, theme parks and casinos prepare to reopen
Las Vegas casinos and Florida theme parks are set to begin opening next month as states balance health concerns with lost tourism revenue.



LA Times National News
May 27, 2020

As the U.S. death toll hits 100,000, theme parks and casinos prepare to reopen
Las Vegas casinos and Florida theme parks are set to begin opening next month as states balance health concerns with lost tourism revenue.



LA Times National News
May 27, 2020

Larry Kramer, 'Normal Heart' playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84
Kramer, whose 1985 drama "The Normal Heart" about the early years of the AIDS crisis was an angry indictment of inaction by officials, has died at 84.



LA Times National News
May 27, 2020

Photos: Protesters clash with Minneapolis police after death of George Floyd
Police use tear gas against people protesting the death of George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minneapolis.



LA Times National News
May 27, 2020

Column: Trump is dismantling nuclear arms control. Bad idea
The White House is considering restarting underground nuclear tests, ending a moratorium that began after the Cold War ended. It's not only dangerous and unnecessary. It's nuts.



LA Times National News
May 27, 2020

Column: Trump is dismantling nuclear arms control. Bad idea.
The White House is considering restarting underground nuclear tests, ending a moratorium that began after the Cold War ended. It's not only dangerous and unnecessary. It's nuts.



LA Times National News
May 27, 2020

Family separation returns under cover of the coronavirus
Three children are fighting government efforts to take them from their father and deport them to El Salvador to no one. They're far from alone.



LA Times National News
May 26, 2020

Mexico health workers demand more protection as COVID-19 toll in their ranks climbs
At least 149 doctors, nurses and other health workers in Mexico have died of the coronavirus



LA Times National News
May 26, 2020

A birdwatcher, a dog and Amy Cooper. Another viral racial incident in America
Videos of black men being threatened by white people or dying at the hands of police have again gone viral, including incidents in Minneapolis and New York City.



LA Times National News
May 26, 2020

A birdwatcher. A dog. Another viral racial incident in America
Videos of black men being threatened by white people or dying at the hands of police have again gone viral, including incidents in Minneapolis and New York City.



LA Times National News
May 26, 2020

New York looks to 'turn the page' on coronavirus and focus on reopening economy
Gov. Andrew Cuomo rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday and announces that more regions of the state will reopen this week.



LA Times National News
May 26, 2020

Feinstein cleared by Justice Department in husband's stock trades
The Justice Department on Tuesday informed Sen. Dianne Feinstein that she was not a target of any investigation into stock trades.



LA Times National News
May 25, 2020

'We know something about loss': Memorial Day in the time of coronavirus
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday that New York will offer death benefits to public front-line workers who were COVID-19 victims.



LA Times National News
May 25, 2020

'Please stay within the box': Shanghai Disneyland reopens with social distancing
Worries of coronavirus and other issues matter little to enthusiastic visitors of reopened Shanghai Disneyland. But there are reminders of reality.



LA Times National News
May 25, 2020

To rapt visitors, reopened Shanghai Disneyland maintains its magical allure
Worries of coronavirus and other issues matter little to enthusiastic visitors of reopened Shanghai Disneyland. But there are reminders of reality.



LA Times National News
May 25, 2020

Trump says he'll pull GOP convention unless N.C. commits to 'full attendance' despite coronavirus
President Trump says he'll pull the Republican National Convention out of North Carolina unless its governor agrees to a full-capacity gathering.



LA Times National News
May 25, 2020

Cuban doctors and nurses seeking asylum keep border clinic running during pandemic
Trained overseas, Cuban doctors treat fellow migrants on the U.S. border, which is effectively closed during the coronavirus outbreak.



LA Times National News
May 24, 2020

Corruption trial of Israeli leader Netanyahu begins amid raucous atmosphere
The criminal trial of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu begins, culminating yers of police investigations and judicial probes.



LA Times National News
May 24, 2020

Why the dog meat trade persists in Indonesia, despite consumption being illegal
Despite opposition to the dog meat trade, local governments often don't enforce laws in some rural areas of Indonesia where consuming dogs endures, activists say.



LA Times National News
May 24, 2020

Column One: 'You don't know that feeling of terror': Wuhan's survivors find no closure from the coronavirus
Beijing has made a hero out of Wuhan, the sacrificial city whose people struggled and died to stop a virus and save the nation. But many in Wuhan remember that they never asked to be sacrificed.



LA Times National News
May 23, 2020

As U.S. coronavirus death toll nears 100,000, Trump hits the links
With the COVID-19 death toll nearing 100,000, and many states reopening, President Trump visited one of his private golf courses on the holiday weekend.



LA Times National News
May 23, 2020

As U.S. coronavirus-related death toll nears 100,000, Trump hits the links
Trump visited one of his private golf courses over the Memorial Day weekend while Americans faced reopenings and restrictions due to the coronavirus.



LA Times National News
May 23, 2020

As U.S. nears 100,000 coronavirus deaths, governors loosen more restrictions
With all 50 states at least partially reopened, people across the U.S. face a medley of options and restrictions for celebrating Memorial Day.



LA Times National News
May 23, 2020

Coronavirus lockdown sparks a surprising backlash against otters in Singapore, the 'Otter City'
A nomadic otter family's raid of a private fish pond has triggered calls for a cull in a city-state that has celebrated the semiaquatic animal as one of its national mascots.



LA Times National News
May 23, 2020

Meet the otters who raided a spa during a coronavirus shutdown, sparking outrage
A nomadic otter family's raid of a private fish pond has triggered calls for a cull in a city-state that has celebrated the semiaquatic animal as one of its national mascots.



LA Times National News
May 23, 2020

Georgia reopened first. The data say whatever you want them to
Experts warn that it is too early to judge the impact of reopening after businesses were shuttered to contain the coronavirus.



LA Times National News
May 23, 2020

Georgia reopened first. The data tell a different story than residents have heard
Experts warn that it is too early to judge the impact of reopening after businesses were shuttered to contain the coronavirus.



LA Times National News
May 23, 2020

Georgia reopened first. What the data show is a matter of fierce debate
Experts warn that it is too early to judge the impact of reopening after businesses were shuttered to contain the coronavirus.



LA Times National News
May 22, 2020

Trump must now grapple with how to confront Beijing's crackdown on Hong Kong
Beijing's move to tighten its grip on Hong Kong drew swift condemnation from U.S. officials as they weighed options for new sanctions.



LA Times National News
May 22, 2020

Trump demands churches open, despite coronavirus fears, as Memorial Day weekend begins
Memorial Day Weekend traditionally means family barbecues, road trips, crowded parks and carefree days spent basking by the water, but Americans venturing out after weeks of sheltering in place are being asked not to let up their guard as the coronavirus continues to spread.



LA Times National News
May 22, 2020

What's the link between the coronavirus and the Kawasaki-like disease MIS-C?
The coronavirus can trigger a rare but serious inflammatory response that health officials are calling multi-system inflammatory syndrome in children, or MIS-C.



LA Times National News
May 22, 2020

States are reopening from coronavirus shutdowns. What happens to frozen utility payments?
A wave of unpaid utility bills coming due will not only saddle Americans still out of work with new debt, it could also drive up rates for everyone.



LA Times National News
May 22, 2020

'Hong Kong is in a state of shock': New law is China's latest show of strength
A sweeping security law signals Beijing's determination to crush pro-democracy protests at the risk of deepening its rift with the U.S. It is a bold strategy from Chinese leader Xi Jinping.



LA Times National News
May 22, 2020

One newspaper has never forgotten the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre — and its fight continues
A black-owned Oklahoma newspaper would not let the state forget the day white mobs murdered hundreds of African Americans in Tulsa.



LA Times National News
May 22, 2020

This newspaper has never forgotten the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre — and its fight continues
A black-owned Oklahoma newspaper would not let the state forget the day white mobs murdered hundreds of African Americans in Tulsa.



LA Times National News
May 22, 2020

Little sense of shared grief as coronavirus deaths near 100,000
Death is hitting the country unevenly, and Trump is counting on a polarized and fragmented response to prevent the toll from sinking his presidency.



LA Times National News
May 22, 2020

Little sense of shared grief as virus deaths near 100,000
Death is hitting the country unevenly, and Trump is counting on a polarized and fragmented response to prevent the toll from sinking his presidency.



LA Times National News
May 21, 2020

Commentary: China's clear message to the U.S. on Hong Kong: Beijing will not back down
Beijing seems intent on doubling down on its hardline approach. Its officials are becoming more combative



LA Times National News
May 21, 2020

In Tijuana, paramedics uncover a hidden death toll not captured in COVID-19 statistics
UCLA and Mexico researchers find a dramatic increase in out-of-hospital deaths in Tijuana.



LA Times National News
May 21, 2020

While New York City fights a pandemic, building doormen greet and troubleshoot
New York building workers adjust amid the coronavirus crisis



LA Times National News
May 21, 2020

CDC issues reopening guidelines for schools, transit and businesses after weeks of delay
The CDC laid out detailed guidelines for reopening schools, restaurants, transit systems and other businesses.



LA Times National News
May 21, 2020

Coronavirus cases hit 5 million globally as U.S. death toll approaches 100,000
U.S. coronavirus cases passed 93,800 as President Trump visited a Ford plant now making ventilators and protective equipment.



LA Times National News
May 21, 2020

Trump briefly wears a face mask — but not in public
President Trump went to a Ford plant in Michigan for a visit cloaked in controversy over his threats to cut funding to the battleground state and questions of whether he would defy state guidelines requiring protective face masks.



LA Times National News
May 21, 2020

Mexico City's coronavirus death toll may be 3 times higher than official count, report says
A Mexican activist group says its analysis of death certificates shows an enormous undercount of coronavirus-related fatalities by the government.



LA Times National News
May 21, 2020

China proposes law giving Beijing more power to crack down on opposition in Hong Kong
China's ceremonial parliament will consider legislation that would give Beijing greater powers to crack down on opposition in Hong Kong.



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