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International Budget for Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Updated at 0000 UTC (8 p.m. U.S. EDT Tuesday).

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^TOP STORIES<

^Trump's deference to Putin back under harsh scrutiny after Russian bounty reports<

USRUSSIA-BOUNTY-1ST-LEDE:LA — President Donald Trump's deference to Vladimir Putin is back under the microscope amid accusations that he ignored intelligence that Russia offered to pay Taliban militants to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

Democrats returning from a classified briefing at the White House on Tuesday pledged to get to the bottom of the matter and questioned whether the president was unaware of the intelligence and why he hadn't taken a harder line against Moscow.

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^Fauci warns US needs to reverse COVID-19 trends<

CORONAVIRUS-US:CON — The nation's top infectious disease specialist warned Tuesday that the United States could see up to 100,000 new cases per day of the virus that causes COVID-19 if the nation does not take steps to control the pandemic.

Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee that he's concerned the number of new cases per day could rise from the current rate of about 40,000 new cases a day.

"I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 a day if this does not turn around," Fauci said.

Tuesday's hearing came as the administration has been grappling with cases rising in 35 states, according to a tally by The New York Times. Officials in a handful of states have paused their efforts to reopen with cases increasing.

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^Pompeo gives UN dire warning over Iran arms embargo's expiration<

^USIRAN:BLO—<U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo urged the United Nations Security Council to work together to extend an expiring arms embargo on Iran, warning Tehran would quickly become a greater threat to the region if allowed to do so.

"This Chamber has a choice: Stand for international peace and security, as the United Nations' founders intended, or let the arms embargo on the Islamic Republic of Iran expire, betraying the U.N.'s mission and its finest ideals — which we have all pledged to uphold," Pompeo told the Security Council on Tuesday.

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^Carl Reiner, iconic comedian and creator of 'The Dick Van Dyke Show,' dead at 98<

^REINER-OBIT:NY—<Carl Reiner's first book was called "Enter Laughing," and it truly was the story of his life.

The Bronx native, a comedy titan as a writer, producer, actor and director for decades, best known for creating "The Dick Van Dyke Show," died Monday at 98, Variety reported.

He was with his family when he died at his home in Beverly Hills, California. Reiner died of natural causes, his assistant, Judy Nagy, told Variety.

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^WORLD NEWS<

^Russian support for US extremists a 'significant risk,' Senate report says<

EXTREMISTS-RUSSIA:CON — Amid bipartisan concerns that Russia's spy agency may have paid Afghan insurgents to kill U.S. troops, a new Senate report says Russian support for extremist groups in America and Europe is a major new threat.

The Senate Armed Services Committee's fiscal 2021 defense authorization bill would require the Pentagon to report to Congress on the extent of Russian support for "racially and ethnically motivated violent extremist groups and networks in Europe and the United States" — and what can be done to counter it.

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^Teen volunteer to WikiLeaks' Assange dug dirt and wooed Justin Bieber, Paul McCartney<

^ASSANGE-VOLUNTEER:BLO—<Julian Assange was drawing up an enemies list. It was November 2010, and WikiLeaks, the controversial organization and website that Assange founded, had in the previous months exploded onto the global stage after publishing thousands of classified U.S. government documents about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Assange turned to a teenager for help. He provided the volunteer with names of prominent journalists, researchers and former WikiLeaks associates who had turned against the organization and asked him to compile information about them.

The volunteer was Sigurdur Thordarson, a then 17-year-old Icelandic citizen, whose conversations with Assange are revealed in previously undisclosed online chat transcripts seen by Bloomberg. Thordarson began volunteering with WikiLeaks earlier in 2010, and later became close to Assange. But the Icelandic teenager later grew disenchanted with WikiLeaks — and became an informant for the FBI, according to four people familiar with the matter, documents and emails reviewed by Bloomberg.

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^CORONAVIRUS<

^THE WORLD<

^Europe extends block on US travelers over coronavirus concerns<

^CORONAVIRUS-USEUROPE-TRAVEL:BLO—<European Union governments extended a travel ban for U.S. residents, deeming the American response to the coronavirus pandemic insufficient to allow its citizens to enter the bloc for non-essential reasons.

The decree, which will be reassessed every two weeks, signals that the ban disrupting both business and leisure travel across the Atlantic won't be lifted until U.S. authorities control the spread of the deadly virus. In the same decision, the EU will lift travel restrictions for Chinese residents as of July 1, on the condition that Beijing confirms that the same applies to EU citizens.

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^Reopening continues in the Caribbean. So does reversal of COVID-19 health protocols<

CORONAVIRUS-CARIBBEAN:MI — The island nation of Antigua and Barbuda was barely three weeks into its early June tourism reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic when 39 visitors tested positive for COVID-19 upon arrival and American tourists started flouting the rules.

After health officials informed infected tourists they needed to be placed under a 14-day mandatory quarantine, the visitors threatened to sue and some immediately booked return flights back to the United States.

Prime Minister Gaston Browne, relaying the story over the weekend as he discussed the challenges posed by the new tourism health protocol requiring everyone to be tested upon arrival for the novel coronavirus, said Antigua would be switching course — again.

2300 (with trims) by Jacqueline Charles in Miami. (Moved as an international story.) MOVED

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^Guatemala limits deportations from the US as coronavirus cases surge in both countries<

CORONAVIRUS-USGUATEMALA:MI — The Guatemalan government has placed a cap on the number of people the U.S. can deport on a weekly basis, a spokesperson for the Central American country's government told the Miami Herald.

The new measures, which went into effect about three weeks ago, were launched because the country says it has continued to receive U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement deportees with coronavirus, said Ana Patricia Letona, a spokesperson for Guatemala's foreign ministry.

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^UNITED STATES<

^Protests don't appear to be driving coronavirus surge, researchers say<

CORONAVIRUS-PROTESTS:SE — Spring brought a wave of cancellations that shut down professional baseball, basketball, concerts, movie theaters, youth sports, school plays, camping in state parks and all sorts of other events to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Then, on May 25, came the brutal death of George Floyd as a Minneapolis police officer held a knee to his neck, an act of violence that set off large protests.

More than one month after Floyd's death, the number of COVID-19 cases is rising in some parts of Washington state, including the Seattle area, and the national tally of new cases last week reached all-time highs.

But some researchers say that the protests do not appear to be significantly driving this surge.

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^California obliterates daily coronavirus record with more than 8,000 cases<

CORONAVIRUS-CALIF:LA — Three months after Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an unprecedented statewide stay-at-home order designed to stem the spread of the coronavirus, California recorded its highest single-day count of COVID-19 cases.

Monday's tally of more than 8,000 infections broke the state's daily record for the third time in eight days.

On Tuesday, the state was faced with a new grim milestone: passing the threshold of 6,000 coronavirus-related deaths.

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^Coronavirus outbreak spreads in California's San Quentin prison<

CORONAVIRUS-CALIF-PRISON:LA — With about a third of San Quentin's inmates now infected with the coronavirus after a transfer of prisoners from a Southern California correctional facility overrun by the illness, Marin County officials revealed Monday that a death row inmate found dead last week in his cell tested positive for COVID-19.

Richard Stitely's death was the first in California's oldest and most notorious prison, where 1,059 inmates and 102 correctional and medical staff have tested positive for the virus.

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^July 4 will be a do-or-die moment for California as coronavirus rages<

CORONAVIRUS-CALIF-JULY4-EXPLAINER:LA — With coronavirus cases surging in California, the upcoming July 4 weekend is shaping up to be a crucial test for whether residents can reduce risky behavior and slow the outbreak.

Data show the current jump in cases appears to have begun around the Memorial Day weekend, just as the state was allowing businesses to reopen. Authorities believe many people resumed social gatherings after months of staying home, and that helped spread the virus. Memorial Day holiday events were followed by graduation and Father's Day celebrations.

1050 by Rong-Gong Lin II, Colleen Shalby and Alejandra Reyes-Velarde in Los Angeles. MOVED

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^Gov. Greg Abbott halts elective surgeries in 4 more counties as Texas' coronavirus cases spike<

CORONAVIRUS-TEXAS:DA — Gov. Greg Abbott, responding promptly after a key coronavirus metric he's been watching hit "red flag" territory, again has moved to conserve hospital beds by halting elective surgeries.

On Tuesday, he suspended all medical procedures performed in hospitals that are "not immediately, medically necessary" in four South Texas counties — Cameron, Hidalgo, Nueces and Webb. The action came five days after Abbott did that in Bexar, Dallas, Harris, and Travis counties.

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^More than 6,000 new coronavirus cases in Florida as the death toll hits 3,500<

CORONAVIRUS-FLA:MI — Florida's Department of Health on Tuesday confirmed 6,093 additional cases of COVID-19. The state now has 152,434 confirmed cases.

There were also 58 new deaths announced, raising the statewide death toll to 3,505.

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^16 states meet threshold for New York quarantine order, Cuomo says<

CORONAVIRUS-NY-QUARANTINE:NY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo doubled the number of states included in a travel advisory mandating visitors coming from areas hit hard by coronavirus must quarantine for two weeks.

Eight additional states reporting rising infection rates meet the threshold set by the governor last week.

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^FBI warns consumers about fraudulent COVID-19 antibody tests<

^CORONAVIRUS-FBI-FRAUD:NY—<The FBI is cautioning consumers about fraudulent COVID-19 antibody tests.

Scammers are marketing the fake or unapproved tests to capitalize on public fears, make a quick buck or even just collect sensitive personal data such as Social Security numbers and Medicare information, the FBI said in the new warning.

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^UNITED STATES<

^5 (more) times California fought Trump on immigration — and what happened<

TRUMP-CALIF-IMMIGRATION:SA — California had two big victories this month with the Supreme Court ruling in favor of the state's sanctuary laws and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival protections for immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children.

From the 2020 Census citizenship question controversy to the Mexico border wall funding, here are five (more) times the state has challenged the Trump administration on immigration since 2016 and where the litigation stands now.

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^Supreme Court rules religious schools should get state grants given to other private schools<

SCOTUS-RELIGIOUS-SCHOOLS-1ST-LEDE:LA — The Supreme Court bolstered religious schools on Tuesday, ruling that states that give scholarships or tuition grants to children in private schools may not deny the same aid to parents who enrolled their child in a religious school.

In a 5-4 decision, the court said excluding them amounted to unconstitutional discrimination based on religion and a violation of the First Amendment.

The decision is a victory for advocates of school choice, and a setback for those favoring a strict separation of church and state.

850 by David G. Savage in Washington. MOVED

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^87% of Americans unhappy with the state of the country, survey finds<

USDIRECTION-SURVEY:BLO — Almost 90% of Americans say they are dissatisfied with the state of the country, and their unhappiness is affecting their political decisions four months before the presidential election, a new study from Pew Research Center shows.

Only 17% of Americans of any party say they are "proud" of the U.S. while 71% say they feel angry and 66% fearful. Just 12% of Americans say they are satisfied with the direction of the country, less than half of the 31% who said the same in a study in April; 87% now say they are dissatisfied.

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^Mississippi governor signs bill to take down state flag featuring Confederate emblem<

MISS-STATEFLAG:BI — Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves signed a bill Tuesday that will retire the Mississippi state flag with the Confederate emblem after 126 years.

It was a historic moment for the state and a dramatic change for Reeves, who on Saturday announced he would sign a bill that received veto-proof majorities in the House and Senate on Sunday.

People could be heard cheering outside the signing ceremony, and there was loud applause in the room after Reeves announced the bill had become law.

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^Pandemic, inequality helped shape Democrats' climate plan<

CONGRESS-CLIMATECHANGE:CON — The climate plan Democrats released Tuesday, the product of the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, is a complicated tome: 547 pages compiled after 17 official hearings, a year and a half of work and hundreds of meetings.

"That's a lot of pages," said Rep. Jared Huffman, D-Calif. "And the reason is the climate crisis touches every part of our lives."

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^In transportation bill, a call for finer dining on Amtrak<

AMTRAK-DINING-BILL:CON — When the head of Amtrak faced the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee in November, Rep. Steve Cohen unloaded his frustration with the railway — specifically, the food service.

Remembering a trip from Memphis to Chicago as a child when he sampled "outstanding French toast" and the "thickest, finest filet mignon," Cohen lamented Amtrak's decision in September to replace that with what it calls "flexible dining" — a service of pre-packaged, reheatable meals.

1100 (with trims) by Jessica Wehrman in Washington. MOVED

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^Amy McGrath will face Mitch McConnell after winning Kentucky's Democratic primary<

KY-PRIMARY-1ST-LEDE:LX — Former Marine Corps pilot Amy McGrath held off a surging state Rep. Charles Booker to win the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate in Kentucky on Tuesday, a week after ballots were cast, setting up a big-money showdown with U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in November.

Booker, who won 42.6% of the vote, won Kentucky's three largest cities — Louisville, Lexington and Bowling Green — but the more liberal voters in those cities weren't enough. McGrath surrounded Booker, winning victories throughout rural Kentucky to win 45.4% of the vote.

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^Hillary Clinton talks Trump, protests and that time Chelsea brought her and Bill together<

^VID-HILLARY-CLINTON:LA—<"Hillary," Hulu's four-part documentary about Hillary Clinton, came out of 2,000 hours of footage shot during her 2016 presidential campaign, 35 hours of fresh interviews with the subject herself and a bevy of archival material that filmmaker Nanette Burstein found while researching the project.

When Burstein had a version of the movie that was close to locked, she sent it to Clinton at her home in Chappaqua, N.Y., where she watched it in a single sitting. As you might expect, taking it all in, Clinton says, chuckling, was an "overwhelming experience."

"It's daunting to watch your life unfold on the screen," Clinton says. She's on the phone, along with Burstein, in early June, as America continues to reel from the coronavirus pandemic and nationwide protests following the police killing of George Floyd.

1450 by Glenn Whipp. (Moved as an entertainment story.)

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^As virus surge grips red states, Biden steps up attack on Trump<

CAMPAIGN-BIDEN-CORONAVIRUS:LA — As a resurgent coronavirus rips through America, tearing especially into states that voted for Donald Trump in 2016, Joe Biden is moving to further weaken the president's hold by stepping up attacks on his handling of the crisis.

Unlike the initial wave of illness and death from the pandemic, the current surge of cases is hitting particularly hard in several major red states, leaving Trump unable to cast the public health crisis as the fault of mismanagement by Democratic governors or to depict it to his followers as a problem confined to coastal cities.

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^Bond granted to ex-Atlanta officer charged in Rayshard Brooks killing<

ATLANTA-POLICE-DEATH:AT — A Fulton County judge on Tuesday granted a $500,000 bond to fired Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe, who is charged with felony murder for the June 12 killing of Rayshard Brooks.

Fulton Superior Court Judge Jane Barwick made her decision after finding Rolfe was not a risk of flight and posed no significant risk of committing a crime or intimidating witnesses while out of custody.

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^George Floyd family attorney Ben Crump preparing federal civil rights lawsuit<

MINN-POLICE-DEATH-ATTORNEY:MS — Ben Crump, the Florida attorney representing George Floyd's survivors, calls himself the "African American family emergency plan."

"Because when you think about it, who are you going to call when the police kill your family?" Crump said by phone last week from a hotel room in Milwaukee, where he had just arrived to demand body camera footage from another deadly police encounter. "You're not going to call the police."

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^Judge delays publication of President Trump tell-all book by niece Mary Trump<

TRUMP-NIECE-BOOK:NY — Mary Trump can't spill the beans on her famous uncle just yet.

A judge temporarily blocked publication of a book by President Donald Trump's niece Mary while he considers whether the tell-all represents a violation of a confidentiality agreement among family members.

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^ 'Unprecedented': With 95 homicides, Kansas City on pace for its deadliest year ever<

KANSASCITY-VIOLENCE:KC — Hours before dawn on Monday, someone fired a gun into an apartment building, adding one more to the hundreds of shootings recorded in Kansas City each year.

In this case, the victim was killed as he slept He was the 95th homicide victim of the year in Kansas City, where an onslaught of shootings in the first six months of 2020 has put the city on pace for its deadliest year ever, according to data kept by The Star, which includes law enforcement shootings.

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^Sex videos bring appeals fight in Robert Kraft's prostitution case<

FLA-DAYSPA-ARRESTS:FL — Lawyers clashed Tuesday over whether police went too far when they recorded activities at a Palm Beach County massage parlor in a sting that ensnared New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft last year.

Arguing in front of a three-judge panel of the Fourth District Court of Appeal, prosecutors defended the legal process that left police and prosecutors with hours of video footage, some allegedly showing Kraft and two dozen other men paying for and receiving sexual favors at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter in January 2019.

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^ 'People like you getting shot.' Miami man arrested after pointing gun in racist tirade<

MIAMI-RACISM-ARREST:MI — Dwayne Wynn was over at his next-door neighbor's house chatting about an alligator spotted in a nearby lake. Then, Wynn spotted something else: a red Jeep Cherokee pulling into his driveway, driven by a man delivering fliers to mailboxes.

Wynn is Black. The man, Joseph Max Fucheck, is white.

Within moments, a confrontation ensued because Fucheck, 58, didn't believe Wynn lived at the house. Things escalated in the Little River neighborhood of North Central Miami-Dade, detectives say, when Fucheck pointed a gun at Wynn, calling him a racial slur.

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^72-year-old repeatedly gored by bison in Yellowstone National Park while trying to snap photo<

^YELLOWSTONE-GORING:NY—<A 72-year-old California woman intent on getting the perfect photo inside Yellowstone National Park was gored by a bison after she repeatedly approached the giant animal, officials said.

The unidentified woman "sustained multiple goring wounds" and was treated by Yellowstone rangers before being flown to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center for further care.

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^BUSINESS<

^Amazon thanks hourly employees for work during the coronavirus pandemic with one-time bonus<

^CORONAVIRUS-AMAZON-BONUS:SE—<Amazon employees and contractors who worked in the company's operations business throughout June will receive a one-time bonus — $500 for full-time hourly employees — as thanks for their work during the pandemic, the company announced Monday.

The bonus for each individual ranges from $150 for contract delivery drivers who worked at least 10 hours in June to $3,000 for owners of small delivery companies set up to drive for Amazon. Full-time employees working in the company's warehouses and Whole Foods Market stores will get a $500 bonus. Divided across a 40-hour-per-week schedule for the month of June, the $500 bonus is slightly less than $3 an hour.

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^FCC deems Huawei, ZTE to be threats to national security<

^USCHINA-HUAWEI-ZTE:BLO—<The Federal Communications Commission designated Huawei Technologies Co. and ZTE Corp. as national security threats, a step toward driving the Chinese manufacturers from the U.S. market where small rural carriers rely on their cheap network equipment.

The action means money from federal subsidies used by many small rural carriers may no longer be used to buy or maintain equipment produced by the companies, the FCC said in a news release.

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^ENTERTAINMENT<

^Remembering Carl Reiner: Rob Reiner, Bette Midler, Alan Alda salute a 'comedy genius'<

^REINER-REACTIONS:LA—<Hollywood tributes are pouring in for comedy legend Carl Reiner, who died Monday evening in his Beverly Hills home at age 98.

"Last night my dad passed away," Carl Reiner's son Rob Reiner tweeted Tuesday morning. "As I write this my heart is hurting. He was my guiding light."

Alan Alda, Bette Midler, William Shatner, Steve Martin, Mitzi Gaynor, Al Roker, Ed Asner, Ron Howard, Mia Farrow, Josh Gad, Stephen King, Yvette Nicole Brown, George Takei, John Cusack, Cary Elwes, Jason Alexander and many more stars have honored the veteran comedy actor, writer, director and producer on social media.

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^Some Harry Potter game developers rattled by J.K. Rowling backlash<

^VIDEOGAMES-HARRYPOTTER:BLO—<One of the most anticipated video games is one whose existence has yet to be acknowledged by its publisher, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It's a big-budget Harry Potter game that will let players role-play as wizards and roam a vast, open-world re-creation of Hogwarts and its surrounding areas.

The long-rumored project is very real, according to two people currently working on it. The game is in development at a Warner Bros.-owned studio, Avalanche Software in Salt Lake City, and is scheduled for release late next year for platforms including the upcoming Sony Corp. PlayStation 5 and Microsoft Corp. Xbox Series X, said the people, who requested anonymity over fears they would be fired for speaking publicly about an unannounced game.

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^Kanye West shares new song 'Wash Us in the Blood' featuring Travis Scott<

^MUS-WEST:LA—<Kanye West has been watching what's going on in the world, and he has some characteristically complicated thoughts.

Early Tuesday the superstar musician released a new song, "Wash Us in the Blood," accompanied by a music video that features images of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor as well as video from the nationwide protests their deaths have helped inspire.

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