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Facebook Will Review Policies On Posts About State Violence, Voting

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Mark Zuckerberg says the company will consider labeling some posts that break its rules, as Twitter done with the president's inflammatory and false tweets.

Caravan For Justice: Cars Offer Socially Distanced Protesting During Pandemic

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Hundreds of cars circle San Francisco, festooned with signs honoring George Floyd and other black victims of police violence. Similar protests are planned from Detroit to Connecticut.

Debate Over Racial Justice Coverage Roils 'N.Y. Times,' 'Philadelphia Inquirer'

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After reporters publicly rebelled, leaders at the New York Times and Philadelphia Inquirer apologized for publishing controversial pieces on law enforcement and the protests over racial injustice.

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May Surprise: U.S. Adds 2.5 Million Jobs As Unemployment Dips To 13.3%

Friday's labor report is expected to show millions of job cuts and unemployment of around 20% — its highest in more than 80 years. The pandemic will make getting back to work difficult for many.

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Multnomah County Applies To Reopen While Still Seeking Contact Tracers

Multnomah County could begin Phase 1 of Gov. Kate Brown's reopening plan next Friday, if approved.

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Trump Says Strong Economy Will Bring Racial Justice

The president intimated that George Floyd, killed by police, would be happy with lower than expected unemployment rate.

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Oregon Cannabis Sales Hit Record High During Pandemic

Oregonians bought a record-setting amount of cannabis last month, according to new numbers from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.

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LinkedIn CEO Condemns Employees' 'Appalling Comments' On Race

During an all-staff meeting, anonymous employees derided the racial justice protests and questioned the professional networking company's diversity initiatives.

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For Bangladesh's Struggling Garment Workers, Hunger Is A Bigger Worry Than Pandemic

Many garment factories have reopened, but the coronavirus still affects global demand and orders remain canceled. "I need to work," says one employee. "I'll die of hunger before I die of this virus."

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COVID-19 Outbreak In Pacific Northwest Seafood Industry As Season Ramps Up

Most of the crew on one massive seafood trawler has tested positive for COVID-19. Other vessels also have cases, despite sweeping measures to try and prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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Live Updates: Deschutes, Jefferson, Umatilla Counties Advance To Reopening Phase 2

Deschutes, Jefferson and Umatilla counties have been approved to move to Phase 2 of Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's reopening plan.

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Russian Power Plant Spills Thousands Of Tons Of Oil Into Arctic Region

More than 20,000 tons spilled in a remote Arctic region, prompting Russian President Vladimir Putin to declare a state of emergency. The company says thawing permafrost may have caused the spill.

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Postcards From The Pandemic: ‘I Started To Rethink How I Value Myself’

Carina Peterson was laid off from her job as a cook for two months due to the coronavirus pandemic, and she made more money through unemployment benefits.