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Hannah Hagemann

Police shot and killed Rayshard Brooks during an attempted arrest Friday. By Sunday the city’s police chief had resigned and the officer who shot Brooks had been fired.
Demonstrators came out, despite orders that many cities hoped would calm nighttime streets.
From Minneapolis, to New York, to smaller cities such as Omaha, Neb., outrage over police brutality and systemic racism spills into the streets.
The test has been promoted by the Trump administration as a key factor in controlling the epidemic in the U.S. and is used for daily testing at the White House.
Asked Sunday whether the nation’s true unemployment rate was close to 25%, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin responded, “we could be.”