George Floyd died in Minneapolis on May 25 after being pinned down by three police officers — one of whom kept his knee on Floyd’s neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds. Footage of the brutal arrest sparked outrage across the county, setting off a wave of protests against police brutality and racism. Major cities such as New York and Los Angeles saw some of the most heated demonstrations. The protests in some cases were
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President Trump’s latest announcement regarding his plans for fair housing regulations came in the form of a Tuesday night tweet, Business Insider reported. The president took aim at the Obama-era Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) mandate, which his administration had suspended in early 2018 until this year. “At the request of many great Americans who live in the Suburbs, and others, I am studying the AFFH housing regulation that is having a devastating impact on
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As its anticipated early July IPO date draws nearer, home insurance provider Lemonade is raising its share price once again. A new filing from the SoftBank-backed insurer says that it will sell 11 million shares at $29 apiece, Bloomberg reported. The company had previously raised its price range to $26 to $28 from an earlier target of $23 to $26. The new share price would raise $319 million and give Lemonade a market value of
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