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Online games going offline in memory of George Floyd

Black Lives Matter

Take-Two Interactive and its subsidiaries, Rockstar Games and 2K Games are supporting Black Lives Matter. And “to honor the legacy of George Floyd,” games such as Grand Theft Auto Online, Red Dead Online, and NBA 2K will be shut down in a moment of silence. According to the company’s announcement …

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Apple Music support for Black Lives Matter

Apple Music

The music industry is supporting the Black Lives Matter movement via a campaign called ‘Black Out Tuesday.’ Apple Music is also joining this campaign to bring recognition to color racism.  The death of George Floyd in the Powderhorn community of Minneapolis, Minnesota, has pushed people all over America to riot …

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WWE RAW — The Latest Rumors That Have Leaked

A lot of exciting things are happening this week in RAW. As we know by now, Seth Rollins and Rey Mysterio conflict, and everybody is wondering if Rollins could be the next US Champion. We have new rumors from the backstage, and boy, those are not easy rumors. If everything …

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Large swath of Panhandle suffering after 5 days of storm

Large swath of Panhandle suffering after 5 days of storm

Crews with backhoes and several other heavy equipment scooped up broken glass, splintered boards, chunks of asphalt and other debris in the hurricane-flattened Mexico Beach on Sunday as the mayor held out some hope for the 250 or so residents who may have made an attempt to ride out the …

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Burglary suspect may be connected to killing at Malibu campground

Burglary suspect may be connected to killing at Malibu campground

Deputies arrested a burglary suspect on Wednesday who may have a connection to a series of shootings that occurred two years ago in Malibu, California. This includes one that killed a father sleeping in a tent with his children. Investigators detained the person during an ongoing search for an armed prowler …

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Supreme Court halts Ross questioning temporarily in census suit

Supreme Court halts Ross questioning temporarily in census suit

Late on Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocked an order forcing the Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross to be questioned by lawyers this week for states suing over his decision of asking respondents to the 2020 census whether they are citizens. In a brief order which was issued on Tuesday …

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