Two shot dead, 60 arrested in overnight protests in Chicago
Two people were shot dead and at least 60 were arrested as protests and looting continued in Chicago neighborhoods and suburbs on Monday in response to the police killing of George Floyd.
Trump threatens use of military force to put out 'riots'
President Trump threatened use of military force on Monday to "stop the violence and restore security and safety in America".
Chinese fans hail Taylor Swift as ‘true queen’ for calling Trump ‘racist’
Chinese fans hailed Taylor Swift as the "true queen" for calling out Trump's "racist" tweets.
US protests reveal HK riots guided by backstage manipulators: former HK chief executive
Former chief executive of Hong Kong Special Autonomous Region (HKSAR) suggested that when comparing the characteristics of the chaos and violence in the US, the unrest that started in Hong Kong last summer clearly had backstage manipulators.
New curfews announced throughout Los Angeles area
Los Angeles declared another curfew effective local time 8:00 pm Sunday to 5:30 am Monday as the second largest city in the United States braced for another day of unrest and potentially violent protests sparked by death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Violent protests over George Floyd's death continue flaring up across U.S.
Protests have also erupted in multiple cities across the United States over the death of Floyd. Local media say more protests are expected to take place across the country through the weekend.
US should stand with Minnesota violent protesters as it did with HK rioters
Hong Kong's rioters and police should carefully watch how the "democratic US" deals with the chaos in Minnesota.
English Premier League sets provisional resuming date on June 17
The top-flight football league in England have set June 17 as the provisional date of resuming the season, announced the Premier League on Thursday.
New York City expected to begin reopening in early June, says mayor
New York City is expected to enter phase one of the reopening process in early June with up to 400,000 people back to work, Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed on Thursday.
Huawei CFO case continues after Canada judge ruling
A Canadian judge ruled on Wednesday that the extradition case against China's Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou can proceed.