El Monterey breakfast wraps recalled, may contain small rocks

Ruiz Foods has recalled over 246,000 pounds of El Monterey frozen breakfast burritos because they may contain small rocks.

  • Protesters tear through D.C. after National Guard troops and Secret Service keep them from the White House
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    Protesters tear through D.C. after National Guard troops and Secret Service keep them from the White House

    Downtown Washington, D.C., was filled with flames and broken glass in the early hours of Sunday morning as large groups of protesters moved through the city for the second straight night. The protesters caused extensive damage to businesses in the blocks surrounding the White House after a large contingent of law enforcement — including National Guard troops, the U.S. Park Police and the Secret Service — kept the demonstrators back from the president's residence. Protesters lit fires at multiple locations around the city and clashed with law enforcement, hurling fireworks and other projectiles at the officers.

  • 2 Atlanta police officers were fired and 3 were placed on desk duty for their use of force in arresting 2 college students during a Saturday night protest
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    2 Atlanta police officers were fired and 3 were placed on desk duty for their use of force in arresting 2 college students during a Saturday night protest

    Two Atlanta police officers were fired Sunday for their conduct at a protest Saturday, the city's mayor and police chief said. Investigators Mark Gardner and Ivory Streeter, who were both members of the department's fugitive unit, were terminated from the police force, a spokesperson for the Atlanta Police Department told Insider. Investigators Carlos Smith and Willie Sauls, and Sergeant Lonnie Hood, were placed on administrative duty, the spokesperson said.

  • White supremacists attending George Floyd protests, Minnesota officials believe
    The Independent

    White supremacists attending George Floyd protests, Minnesota officials believe

    Officials in Minnesota believe that white supremacist “agitators” were inciting chaos at protests against police brutality and the killing of George Floyd. The Minnesota state corrections department said on Sunday that white supremacists were thought to be attending demonstrations in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, and making chaos. “They're agitators,” said Department of Corrections Commissioner Paul Schnell on those who have caused destruction during demonstrations.

  • Louisville police and soldiers return fire, killing man
    Associated Press

    Louisville police and soldiers return fire, killing man

    Police officers and National Guard soldiers enforcing a curfew in Louisville killed a man early Monday when they returned fire after someone in a large group fired at them first, the city's police chief said. Chief Steve Conrad confirmed the shooting happened around 12:15 a.m. outside a food market on West Broadway, where police and the National Guard had been called to break up a large group of people gathering in defiance of the city's curfew. It recorded the sound of bullets being fired as groups of police and national guard soldiers crouched behind cars.

  • As Australia clashes with China, the European Union lays low
    Politico

    As Australia clashes with China, the European Union lays low

    Australia has stuck its neck out just as China is in a head-chopping mood. With the world teetering on the edge of a pandemic-induced economic meltdown, Australia, the world's 13th-largest economy already on the ropes after years of drought and a horrific fire season, now finds itself squaring off against the world's No. 2 super-power. As China threatens to attack Taiwan and pledges retaliation against any country that questions its coronavirus response, Australia this week, along with the U.S., U.K. and Canada, called out the Chinese government over a new national security law in Hong Kong they say is in direct conflict with Beijing's international obligations.

  • Israel police kill Palestinian they mistakenly thought was armed
    AFP

    Israel police kill Palestinian they mistakenly thought was armed

    Israeli police in annexed east Jerusalem on Saturday shot dead a disabled Palestinian they mistakenly thought was armed with a pistol, prompting furious condemnation from the Palestinians. The incident happened in the alleys of the walled Old City near Lions' Gate, an access point mainly used by Palestinians. "Police units on patrol there spotted a suspect with a suspicious object that looked like a pistol," an Israeli police statement said.

  • The coronavirus is disappearing in Italy, according to Italian doctors
    Business Insider

    The coronavirus is disappearing in Italy, according to Italian doctors

    PIERO CRUCIATTI/AFP via Getty Images Italy has been one of the worst-affected countries in the global coronavirus pandemic. However, the COVID-19 virus is now disappearing in the country according to Italian doctors Alberto Zangrillo, who heads a hospital in Milan, said that "in reality, the virus clinically no longer exists in Italy." A leading doctor in Genoa said that "the strength the virus had two months ago is not the same strength it has today."

  • Cuomo pleads for calm after night of statewide protests
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    Cuomo pleads for calm after night of statewide protests

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo used his daily coronavirus briefing on Sunday to plead for calm after a night of unrest in cities throughout the state. "Violence never works," Cuomo said. Mr. Floyd wasn't even charged or accused of a violent crime.

  • Truck seen driving into protesters in Minneapolis
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    Truck seen driving into protesters in Minneapolis

    A large truck was seen driving at full speed into a crowd of protesters Sunday on a bridge in Minneapolis, sending people running for safety. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety called it "very disturbing actions by a truck driver on I-35W, inciting a crowd of peaceful demonstrators." The truck driver was injured and is under arrest, the department said.

  • Trump postpones G7 summit, seeks to add countries to invitation list
    Reuters

    Trump postpones G7 summit, seeks to add countries to invitation list

    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday he would postpone a Group of Seven summit he had hoped to hold next month until September or later and expand the list of invitees to include Australia, Russia, South Korea and India. Speaking to reporters on Air Force One during his return to Washington from Cape Canaveral in Florida, Trump said the G7, which groups the world's most advanced economies, was a "very outdated group of countries" in its current format. Most European countries offered no immediate comment on the proposal, with a spokesman for the German government saying Berlin was "waiting for further information".

  • Chopper 6 over West Philly where looters damage police SUV
    WPVI – Philadelphia

    Chopper 6 over West Philly where looters damage police SUV

    The looting continued Sunday after a peaceful protest of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Saturday in Center City Philadelphia turned violent with fires set and storefronts smashed.

  • Joe Biden issues emotional plea calling for an end to riots: ‘We are a nation enraged’
    The Independent

    Joe Biden issues emotional plea calling for an end to riots: ‘We are a nation enraged’

    The former vice president, Joe Biden, has called for an end to the violent riots and looting, which were sparked by major demonstrations throughout the United States over the death of George Floyd, in an emotional new statement. In it, Mr Biden suggested he supported protests against the death of Mr Floyd, a 46-year-old unarmed black man who died after a white police officer in Minneapolis restrained him for more than eight minutes by kneeling on his neck as he pleaded for air, according to charging documents. “These last few days have laid bare that we are a nation furious at injustice,” Mr Biden began.

  • With cheap gasoline scarce, Venezuelans can buy at a premium
    Associated Press

    With cheap gasoline scarce, Venezuelans can buy at a premium

    President Nicolás Maduro said that starting Monday Venezuelans will be able to buy gasoline at international market prices, marking a historic break in the socialist country's practice of having the world's cheapest fuel. Across the nation, 200 filling stations will allow drivers to fuel up for the equivalent of 50 cents a liter, or $1.90 a gallon. Venezuelans will also be able to buy a limited amount of subsidized gasoline each month, paying 2.5 cents a liter, or 9 cents a gallon.

  • Thousands of Complaints Do Little to Change Police Ways
    The New York Times

    Thousands of Complaints Do Little to Change Police Ways

    In nearly two decades with the Minneapolis Police Department, Derek Chauvin faced at least 17 misconduct complaints, none of which derailed his career. Over the years, civilian review boards came and went, and a federal review recommended that the troubled department improve its system for flagging problematic officers. All the while, Chauvin tussled with a man before firing two shots, critically wounding him.

  • Coronavirus: South Africans cheer as alcohol goes back on sale
    BBC

    Coronavirus: South Africans cheer as alcohol goes back on sale

    Long queues have formed outside shops selling alcohol in South Africa after restrictions on its sale, imposed two months ago as part of measures to fight Covid-19, were lifted. Social media posts showed people, who had braved the morning chill, cheering as buyers emerged with their bottles. The alcohol ban was to allow police and hospitals to better focus on tackling the coronavirus, the authorities said.

  • NASA is broadcasting live radio chatter from the astronauts on Saturday's historic SpaceX launch. Here's how to listen.
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    NASA is broadcasting live radio chatter from the astronauts on Saturday's historic SpaceX launch. Here's how to listen.

    SpaceX is set to send two NASA astronauts, Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, into orbit. It will be Elon Musk's company's first crewed launch and the first time American astronauts have launched on a US spacecraft since 2011. You can listen to live audio from the astronauts on the Crew Dragon spaceship via NASA TV on YouTube — the stream is embedded below.

  • Watch live: New York Governor Cuomo gives coronavirus update
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    Watch live: New York Governor Cuomo gives coronavirus update

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is giving an update Monday on the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic. On Sunday,  Cuomo used his daily coronavirus briefing on Sunday to plead for calm after a night of unrest in cities throughout the state, saying "violence never works." Meanwhile, Cuomo said Sunday the number of daily coronavirus deaths in the state had dropped to 56, a low not seen since March 24.

  • Most voters plan to cast early ballots in presidential race
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    Most voters plan to cast early ballots in presidential race

    Six-in-10 registered voters plan to vote early in the November general election, either by mail or at in-person early voting centers, according to a new TargetSmart + Dynata National Voter Insights Poll. Forty-one percent plan to vote by mail and 19 percent plan to vote in-person early. Another 36 percent plan to vote in-person at their polling place on Election Day.

  • As protests rage, Trump will not move to seize control of National Guard troops
    Reuters

    As protests rage, Trump will not move to seize control of National Guard troops

    President Donald Trump will not take the dramatic step for now of seeking control of the National Guard, his national security adviser said on Sunday as protests flared in U.S. cities after the death of an unarmed black man in Minneapolis in police custody last week. The National Guard said on Sunday that 5,000 soldiers and airmen had been activated in 15 states and Washington, D.C., but that "state and local law enforcement agencies remain responsible for security." A presidential move to federalize National Guard troops is rare, occurring about 12 times since the mid-1900s, mostly during the Civil Rights era of the 1960s, according to the National Guard press office.

  • Deleting Facebook, downloading VPNs: How Hong Kongers are preparing for a draconian law
    LA Times

    Deleting Facebook, downloading VPNs: How Hong Kongers are preparing for a draconian law

    As a veteran political cartoonist, Justin Wong is rarely at a loss for the right image. Wong, an illustrator for the Ming Pao, a newspaper with a six-decade tradition of journalistic independence, has long used his platform to defend Hong Kong's autonomy and satirize Beijing's leaders. The new law, if applied as arbitrarily as it is across the border in mainland China, is seen by many as a “death knell” for the former British colony's freedoms, placing Wong and others like him at risk for simply expressing their opinions.

  • Atlanta mayor: Two police officers fired over excessive use of force during George Floyd protest
    USA TODAY

    Atlanta mayor: Two police officers fired over excessive use of force during George Floyd protest

    Atlanta officials fired two police officers and placed three on desk duty pending review over the use of excessive force as protestors took to the streets Saturday to express their anger over the death of George Floyd. Sunday Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said she saw a video, which she called "disturbing," of five officers pulling two college students out of a car in downtown Atlanta. Bottoms and police Chief Erika Shields made the announcement at a press conference after reviewing body-camera footage.

  • Journalists Under Attack Show How Trump’s Hate for the Press Has Spread
    The Daily Beast

    Journalists Under Attack Show How Trump’s Hate for the Press Has Spread

    Journalists have been attacked all over the world while on the job covering protests for years, but never like they were this week in the United States during the George Floyd protests. At least half a dozen incidences of arrests and attacks were reported in protests across the United States this weekend. Others got less attention, like Los Angeles Times reporter Molly Hennessy-Fiske getting pelted with rubber bullets and tear gas or the two Los Angeles Times photographers who were briefly taken into custody.

  • Israeli defense minister apologizes for Palestinian's death
    Associated Press

    Israeli defense minister apologizes for Palestinian's death

    Israel's defense minister apologized on Sunday for the Israeli police's deadly shooting of an unarmed Palestinian man who was autistic. The shooting of Iyad Halak, 32, in Jerusalem's Old City on Saturday, drew broad condemnations and revived complaints alleging excessive force by Israeli security forces. Benny Gantz, who is also Israel's “alternate” prime minister under a power-sharing deal, made the remarks at the weekly meeting of the Israeli Cabinet.

  • Burkina Faso gunmen 'kill dozens' at cattle market in Kompienga
    BBC

    Burkina Faso gunmen 'kill dozens' at cattle market in Kompienga

    Some 30 people have been killed in eastern Burkina Faso in a gun attack on a cattle market, reports say. Gunmen on motorbikes fired into the crowded market in Kompienga town around lunchtime on Saturday, eyewitnesses and residents said. It is unclear who was behind the attack, but Burkina Faso has seen a recent sharp rise in jihadist violence and inter-communal clashes.

  • Bangladesh lifts virus lockdown, logs record deaths on same day
    AFP

    Bangladesh lifts virus lockdown, logs record deaths on same day

    Bangladesh lifted its coronavirus lockdown Sunday, with millions heading back to work in densely populated cities and towns even as the country logged a record spike in deaths and new infections. "The lockdown has been lifted and we are heading almost towards our regular life," health department spokeswoman Nasima Sultana said, calling on those returning to work to wear masks and observe social distancing. The lifting comes as Bangladesh -- which on Friday took an emergency pandemic loan from the International Monetary Fund -- reported its biggest daily jump in infections Sunday, with 2,545 new cases and a record 40 deaths.