Roundup: Minneapolis to Disband Police Department; Protests Continue Nationwide; Cast Wants More 'Pitch Perfect'
Minneapolis' city council members intend to defund and dismantle the city's police department ... Massive protests continued nationwide over the weekend ... On Sunday, Utah senator Mitt Romney joined a protest in support of Black Lives Matter ... James Bennet has resigned from the New York Times over Tom Cotton's op-ed ... Dow futures were up on Sunday again ... Donald Trump has ordered National Guard to leave Washington D.C. ... Elon Musk tells SpaceX employees that its next generation Starship rocket is now the company's top priority ... Los Angeles has been less cautious is reopening than San Francisco ... The Pentagon outlined its plan to remove troops from Washington D.C. ... Protests have complicated efforts to combat coronavirus ... Michelle Obama addressed nationwide protests in virtual commencement speech ... J.K. Rowling is under fire for tweets over the weekend ... Anna Camp claims the Pitch Perfect cast wants to do more movies ... NASCAR issued powerful statements on racial injustice ... Michael B. Jordan helped lead a protest in LA ... Jordana Brewster has split from husband Andrew Form ... Patriots quarterbacks Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer are working out together.
The best potential NBA playoff matchups we missed out on in the 2000s [Sports Illustrated]
A look at the enormous scale of the nationwide demonstrations happening now [The Atlantic]
Season 4 of 13 Reasons Why is terrible in almost every way [FanSided]
Cory Booker discusses the future of police reform [The New Yorker]
Can Felix Hernandez salvage his Hall of Fame case? [CBS Sports]
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