June 1, 2020
The president called protests “acts of domestic terror,” and said he was dispatching “thousands and thousands of heavily armed soldiers, military personnel and law enforcement officers” to end civil unrest.
Political protests of up to 100 people are allowed under the state’s updated shelter-in-place order and are also permitted under L.A. County’s latest guidance. But it’s still unclear how such gatherings could affect the transmission rate of COVID-19.
What to try in the kitchen this week

Table for one? Try these mussels. They are a quick meal for seafood lovers. If you have more mouths to feed and you’re on a budget, we suggest buying cheap cuts of meat and making them fancy, like sticky-sour tamarind lamb shanks. On the sweet side, we have the secret to crispy waffles and a twist on banana bread by making fluffy muffins instead.

A series of simple tutorials for making some basic recipes at home.
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Biden takes an opportunity to portray himself as a leader, stepping up events as protests nationwide appear to leave President Trump paralyzed.
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The plan started simply enough. As the pandemic forced schools to shutter in March, three families in Riverside banded together to make sure all their children kept learning.
A new short film from director Spike Lee edits together footage of the police killings of George Floyd and Eric Garner with a scene from “Do the Right Thing.”
Sarah Cooper has become one of the social media sensations of the coronavirus era thanks to her lampooning of President Donald Trump.
As protests over the death of George Floyd continue, a documentary about the 1992 L.A. riots leads this week’s Times TV picks.
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Kelly’s message on the recent protests on the death of George Floyd and the riots have been criticized by former players on social media.
MLB paychecks are so big that agents and teams seek creative ways to reach agreements without simply adding zeroes to an already staggering number.
A counter-proposal submitted Sunday by the MLBPA calls for a 114-game season that would start June 30 and end Oct. 31, followed by a 14-team postseason.
With the NBA deciding later this week on the format for its return to play, here’s a look at what might happen based on different options for the playoffs.
Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is kicking off Mexico’s return to a “new normal” with his first road trip in two months
George Floyd’s younger brother, Terrence Floyd, traveled from New York City to Minneapolis to visit a memorial at the site where Floyd was fatally restrained by police
President Trump spent time in a White House bunker during Friday’s protests outside the executive mansion over George Floyd’s death in police custody.
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