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Monday Headlines: Nonlethal is not real.

Protests are happening in Atlanta after police killed Rayshard Brooks, a 27-year-old Black man, shooting him in the back as he ran away during a traffic stop.

In a preview of Republicans' police reform bill, a major difference with Democrats' legislation is that qualified immunity remains untouched.

Firing beanbag rounds during protests, the Austin Police Dept. inflicted brain damage on two people, and has now discontinued their use for crowd control.

"Instead of calling them nonlethal, we now call these weapons 'less lethal.'" The devastating injuries caused by rubber bullets and beanbag rounds.

Related: On street medics, ad-hoc care providers with medical training who protect and treat protesters.

Macron says France's statues of controversial, colonial-era figures won't be removed.

In Paris, police clashed with activists protesting against racism and police brutality.

Far-right groups fought with anti-racist demonstrators in London.

The Secret Service contradicts Trump, admits tear gas was used to clear protestors for the president's photo op outside St. John's Episcopal Church.

Early test results among Minnesotans show there wasn't a great deal of COVID-19 transmission among people who participated in protests.

As they reopen, multiple states are seeing record spikes in new COVID-19 cases.

The US isn't in a second wave of the coronavirus. This is still the first one.

The FDA has revoked emergency approval of hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 treatment.

Following New Zealand declaring itself free of the coronavirus, rugby fans crowded into a stadium to celebrate the return to live sports.

In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court rules that federal anti-discrimination laws protect gay and transgender employees.

On Sunday, thousands showed up for nationwide Black Trans Lives Matter protests.

The largest non-medical program of its kind in the US, New York’s Gender and Family Project advises families on how to support children's gender expressions.

As part of an ongoing investigation by the NIH, 54 scientists have lost their jobs over foreign ties.

A white woman tells how she was pulled over multiple times by police with their weapons at the ready. Eventually she realized they thought the large black poodle in her car was a Black man.

The case against singing "The Eyes of Texas,” the University of Texas’s alma mater: The song’s origins go back to Robert E. Lee, and gained popularity in minstrel shows.