The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association are discussing plans to allow players the opportunity to wear a statement on social justice on the backs of their jerseys when the season restarts in Orlando, Florida.
Congress to review troops in Black Lives Matter protests: SecDef Esper and CJCS Milley are being called before the House Armed Services Committee next Thursday, 1 p.m. ET, to discuss “Department of Defense Authorities and Roles Related to Civilian Law Enforcement.” In case you missed it last weekend, “Cops in Arizona flew a drone over protesters and then used its surveillance footage to track down and arrest them,” Vice reported Tuesday. And here’s some domestic drone-as-law-enforcement trivia: “The first known instances where a drone led to arrests both occurred in North Dakota,” Vice writes. “In 2012, Rodney Brossart was surveilled using a Department of Homeland Security Predator drone and then was raided by police. In 2014, North Dakota police used a smaller drone to track down four DUI suspects when they ran through a cornfield.” More, here.