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CBS News 16 Jun 2020

FBI says suspected shooter "came to Oakland to kill cops"


The FBI said Steven Carrillo and an accomplice traveled to the Oakland federal courthouse on May 29 amid protests over the death of George Floyd to kill law enforcement officers. Carrillo also faces charges in an ambush on officers in the Santa Cruz Mountains on June 6. Officials said they found evidence linking him to the extremist "boogaloo" movement. CBS San Francisco's Anne Makovec reports.

Jeff Passan joins SportsCenter to discuss the details behind the Major League Baseball Players Association agreeing to report to training camps by July 1 and play a 60-game season, but still discussing health and safety protocols with the league. (2:54) Eduardo Perez says he's feeling optimistic that baseball will be played in 2020 and explains how a shorter season with minimal travel could create some surprises in the standings.

The government has said it's confident that children and teachers will be safe under its plans for primary schools in England to open to more pupils next month.

The Cabinet office minister Michael Gove said nobody could guarantee that teachers and children would not become infected with coronavirus. However he said it was extremely unlikely that a school would be the source of an outbreak.

Ministers say their plans to re-open schools in England will be guided by the best scientific advice.

Mishal Husain presents BBC News at Ten reports from Political Correspondent Vicki Young, Health Correspondent Dominic Hughes and Education Correspondent Elaine Dunkley.
The Director of China's National Health Commission Ma Xiaowei on Monday called for all countries to work together to support the World Health Organization (WHO) in the fight against COVID-19.
Jay Bilas joins Mike Greenberg on Get Up to react to comments made by a number of people saying that today's NBA players couldn't dominate in the 1980s and 1990s.
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