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George Floyd Death: Protestors Gather Outside Baltimore’s City Hall, Some Demonstrators Got ViolentA large crowd gathered outside City Hall Saturday night in Baltimore to protest the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis earlier this week.
‘Deeply Disturbing’: Baltimore Police Investigating Altercation Between Woman, Officers Caught On CameraThe Baltimore Police Department is investigating an incident caught on camera Friday night that appears to show an altercation between a woman and the officers downtown.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Total Cases Top 52K; Hospitalizations DecreaseThe number of Marylanders hospitalized with the coronavirus declined again Saturday as the total number of confirmed cases topped 52,000, data released Saturday showed.
Registered Sex Offender From Boston Arrested For Soliciting Sex From Undercover Frederick County Deputy Posing As TeenA 42-year-old Boston man was arrested Thursday after he allegedly tried to solicit sex from an undercover Frederick County sheriff's deputy posing as a 13-year-old girl online, the sheriff's office said Saturday.
George Floyd Death: Protesters Converge On White House For Second Straight DayAt Lafayette Park, across from the White House, three lines of barricades separated protesters from a line of police officers in riot gear.
Memorial Held In Honor Of Paul Craven; Man Who Died In Motorcycle Accident While Delivering Masks Amid COVID-19 PandemicA motorcycle group hosted a ride Saturday in memory of a Baltimore County man who died trying to deliver face coverings to those in need amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

CBS National News

Did the "Hollywood Ripper" kill for the thrill of it?Prosecutors say serial killer Michael Gargiulo lived near his victims and spied on them.
The Hollywood Ripper: How "48 Hours" helped crack the caseFour young women attacked, only one survivor — inside the investigation and trial of the serial, sexual thrill killer
Protesters and police clash for a fifth night despite curfewsMayors in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Atlanta and more declared curfews after violent protests.
Video shows NYPD vehicles driving into protesters in BrooklynA law enforcement source said officers did not "ram" the protestors, but that they were "trying to go forward and escape."
Photographer with CBS Minnesota arrested at protestsPolice officers forced him to the ground as they arrested him, according to video of the arrest taken by the station.
CBS Weekend News, May 30, 2020Authorities suspect white supremacists and far-left extremists are behind violence at protests; Missouri school bus drivers drive empty buses past usual stops to say farewell to students before summer break
Protests spread nationwide after death of George FloydProtests continued across the country for a fifth day following the death of George Floyd. Demonstrations have turned violent as people demand justice and accountability for the officers involved in Floyd’s death. Jamila Hodge, director of the Reshaping Prosecution Program at the Vera Institute of Justice, spoke with CBSN about the rising tensions.
St. Paul mayor walks back statement on outside agitatorsEarlier Friday, Minnesota officials said they believed people causing during protests over the death of George Floyd had come from outside the area.

CBS World News

Trump delays G7 until fallEarlier Saturday, Angela Merkel said she "cannot confirm" she would be attending amid the coronavirus pandemic.
An inside look at the Soyuz rocket facility in MoscowAfter the U.S. retired its space shuttle program, Russia's Soyuz rocket capsule was the only way to send people to the International Space Station. SpaceX's successful launch Saturday most likely means an end to that monopoly. Elizabeth Palmer takes a tour of a Soyuz facility in Moscow.
EU urges Trump to rethink cutting funding to WHOThe U.S. is currently the largest funder of the WHO, and the organization is expected to be weakened by its departure.
"Tactical Beer Response Unit" brings pints to London residents under lockdownAn East London pub that was forced to shut during the coronavirus pandemic found a way to get its beer to customers, while customers can't get to the bar. Peter Brown, the U.S.-born owner of the Forest Road Brewery, has set up the "Tactical Beer Response Unit," helping locals get through the pandemic one pint at a time. Imtiaz Tyab speaks to Brown about his efforts.
Monkeys snatch COVID-19 blood samples from college in IndiaThe monkeys attacked a lab technician before taking off with the samples, officials said.
Zoo worker mauled in "harrowing" attack by lionsThe 35-year-old woman suffered serious head and neck injuries after being attacked by 2 male lions.
These women say they had miscarriages. Now they're in jail for abortion.In El Salvador, the law is clear: If you have an abortion, you go to jail. But many women say they were wrongfully convicted. Could it happen in the U.S.?
Nurse and doctor get married in the hospital where they workThey had to cancel their original wedding plans due to coronavirus, but the two frontline workers still found a way to tie the knot.

CBS News Politics

RNC gives North Carolina until June 3 to approve convention planPresident Trump has threatened to move the convention if North Carolina does not lift restrictions that could limit attendance.
Trump delays G7 until fallEarlier Saturday, Angela Merkel said she "cannot confirm" she would be attending amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Authorities nationwide brace for another night of potentially violent protestsAs the death of George Floyd continues to fuel protests nationwide, authorities and community leaders are preparing for another night of protests that could potentially turn violent. Danya Bacchus reports.
President Trump responds to George Floyd protestsPresident Trump addressed the ongoing protests that have cropped up across the U.S. following the death of George Floyd. Mr. Trump suggested Saturday on Twitter that the protesters were "professionally managed." Nikole Killion reports.
Mark Zuckerberg explains why Facebook left up Trump postsThe Facebook founder said he has a "visceral negative reaction to this kind of divisive and inflammatory rhetoric."
Trump rips WH protesters, says "vicious dogs" were readyPresident Trump said protesters at the White House would have been met with "vicious dogs" if they breached the fence.
Cuomo signs bill granting frontline workers death benefits"You gave your lives for us, we will be there for your families going forward," Cuomo said as he signed the legislation at his daily briefing on the virus.
SCOTUS allows restrictions on church attendance amid COVID-19Chief Justice John Roberts joined the four liberals in allowing the restrictions.

CBS Entertainment News

How COVID-19 is driving the creativity of musiciansSinger-songwriters Jon Bon Jovi, Jewel talk with "CBS Sunday Morning" about opportunities for making music during an unsettling time
Lives to remember: Those we've lost to coronavirusHere are just some of the coronavirus pandemic's many victims: who they were, and the lives they touched.
Saturday Sessions: The Lone Bellow performs "Count on Me"Zach Williams' friends urged him to turn his journal entries into song lyrics. Now, with bandmates Kanene Pipkin and Brian Elmquist, they make up The Lone Bellow — a widely-acclaimed group whose albums have often landed on best-of-the-year lists. They released their fourth collection, “Half Moon Light,” in February. They joined “CBS This Morning’s” Saturday Sessions from their homes in Nashville to perform “Count on Me.”
Saturday Sessions: The Lone Bellow performs "August"Zach Williams' friends urged him to turn his journal entries into song lyrics. Now, with bandmates Kanene Pipkin and Brian Elmquist, they make up The Lone Bellow — a widely-acclaimed group whose albums have often landed on best-of-the-year lists. They released their fourth collection, “Half Moon Light,” in February. They joined “CBS This Morning’s” Saturday Sessions from their homes in Nashville to perform “August.”
Saturday Sessions: The Lone Bellow performs "Wonder"Zach Williams' friends urged him to turn his journal entries into song lyrics. Now, with bandmates Kanene Pipkin and Brian Elmquist, they make up The Lone Bellow — a widely-acclaimed group whose albums have often landed on best-of-the-year lists. They released their fourth collection, “Half Moon Light,” in February. They joined “CBS This Morning’s” Saturday Sessions from their homes in Nashville to perform “Wonder.”
Saturday Sessions: Watkins Family Hour performs "Just Another Reason"Brother and sister Sara and Sean Watkins first gained acclaim for their Grammy-winning band, Nickel Creek. In 2015, they made their first Watkins Family Hour record with collaborators including Fiona Apple and Belmont Tench. Since the pandemic has put their tour on hold, they have been hosting a series of livestream concerts, featuring famous friends like Taylor Goldsmith, Mandy Moore and John C. Reilly. Watkins Family Hour joins "CBS This Morning's" Saturday Sessions from Southern California to perform "Just Another Reason."
Saturday Sessions: Watkins Family Hour performs "The Cure"Brother and sister Sara and Sean Watkins first gained acclaim for their Grammy-winning band, Nickel Creek. In 2015, they made their first Watkins Family Hour record with collaborators including Fiona Apple and Belmont Tench. Since the pandemic has put their tour on hold, they have been hosting a series of livestream concerts, featuring famous friends like Taylor Goldsmith, Mandy Moore and John C. Reilly. Watkins Family Hour joins "CBS This Morning's" Saturday Sessions from Southern California to perform "The Cure."
Saturday Sessions: Jason Isbell performs "What've I Done to Help"Musician Jason Isbell recorded his new album, “Reunions,” before the coronavirus outbreak hit. Like many artists during the pandemic, he was supposed to be on tour but instead finds himself at home isolating with his wife, fellow musician Amanda Shires, and their 4-year-old daughter. Despite being confined to home himself, Isbell’s album spread out wide to hit number one on four Billboard charts. He performs "What've I Done to Help" for “CBS This Morning: Saturday.”