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Starbucks CEO orders 'unconscious bias' training after arrest of 2 black men

Starbucks CEO orders 'unconscious bias' training after arrest of 2 black men


"I'll say the circumstances surrounding the incident and the outcome at our store on Thursday were reprehensible," Starbucks' CEO Kevin Johnson said in an exclusive interview with ABC News’ "Good Morning America" today.

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Nation contributor ejected from Helsinki presser says he was jailed, @ErikWemple writes

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Senator @RandPaul on @JohnBrennan: "I really am worried that he was head of the CIA for so long harboring all of that bias." #TheStory

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ICE arrests 37 in mass New Jersey sweep, slams local officials for aspiring to be a 'sanctuary county'

Bill Bennett on impact of Trump-Putin summit: "The real test is what [President @realDonaldTrump has] done. What is his policy? And his policy has been very tough on Russia." #TheStory

Why an accused Russian agent visited a public school, university and summer camp in South Dakota

.@POTUS says he misspoke on Russian meddling during press conference, accepts US intel findings

After declining to do so six months ago, the CRTC has launched a public inquiry into "possible misleading or aggressive" sales practices used by telecom companies.

.@GOPChairwoman: “Let’s look at our economy. We are booming. Our GDP is up. Wages are up. We have record unemployment. We’re strengthening our military.”

Police in Cape May, New Jersey, on Sunday released a mugshot of an adorable pug who had a recent run-in with the department after it ran away from home. According to the department's Facebook page, Bean the pug’s owner has been located and the pup “paid her bail in cookies."

James @Comey urges voters to choose Democrats, warns that 'history has its eyes on us'

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“THE NERVE OF THIS GUY!”: One deputy in Ocala, Florida, wasn't happy with the guy in front of him who was “going one mile per hour in a thirty mile per hour zone.” The offender? A slow-moving tortoise walking on the road.

While the @LAPDHQ "can’t fault this furry guy for wanting to take a dip in this Los Angeles heat," the department reported that this bear has been “safely returned back to his home.”

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