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Race Massacre: 100 Years Later, Rideshare Rates Up & French Open Exit- Tuesday, June 1st, 2021

• 13 min

The news to know for Tuesday, June 1st, 2021! We'll tell you about what was known as Black Wall Street and how the U.S. is mourning and remembering 100 years after it was destroyed. Also, two bills were blocked: one in Congress about the January 6th Capitol riot, the other in Texas about voting laws. Plus, changes could be coming at the post office, Uber and Lyft admit rides are more expensive right now, and why a big tennis star just quit a major tournament.  Those stories and more in just 10 minutes! Head to or see sources below to read more about any of the stories mentioned today. This episode is brought to you by and  Thanks to The NewsWorthy INSIDERS for your support! Become one here:              Sources: 100 Years Since Tulsa Race Massacre: History, Axios, AP, WaPo Biden Proclamation: Politico, Tulsa World, CNN, White House Republicans Block Riot Commission: WaPo, WSJ, NY Times, The Hill Texas Voting Bill Blocked: Texas Tribune, WSJ, NY Times, Fox News FL Mass Shooting: Miami Herald, NY Times, Fox News, AP, WaPo  China 3-Child Policy: WSJ, CNN, BBC, Reuters Post Office Prices Could Increase: Forbes, Axios, WaPo, AP, USPS, Delivering for America Plan Rideshare Prices Up, Wait Times Longer: NY Times, Fox Business, Houston Chronicle, Bloomberg Google Photos Unlimited Storage Ends: CNET, Engadget, Google, 9to5Google Naomi Osaka Withdraws from French Open: NBC News, AP, Naomi Osaka, FFT President

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