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Thousands turned out in Sydney's CBD not to just protest George Floyd's death, but to draw attention to Australia's problems with racism.
Pete Souza let an old photograph do the talking ― as he so oftendoes ― withhis latest thinly veiled swipe at President Donald Trump.
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Wednesday likened PresidentDonald Trump's church photo-op stunt to the symbolic images of former BritishPrime Minister Winston Churchill inspecting the rubble of buildings bombedduring World War II.
On the day of George Floyd's funeral, as American cities continued to fillwith protesters demonstrating for Black lives, Congress sought to pass a billthat would make lynching a federal crime.
A fed-up Anderson Cooper let loose Monday night on self-proclaimed "law andorder" President Donald Trump, characterizing him instead as a "thug.