Federal Reserve Monday / Launched Friday

The Federal Reserve on Monday said it would step in to support the $350 billion small business aid program that passed as part of the coronavirus stimulus package. Launched on Friday, the effort has gotten off to a rocky start so far.

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The May 25 death of George Floyd marks one more chapter in a long history for America — and for Minneapolis, which has been the site of protests in the days following Floyd’s death

People gather at a memorial mural painted outside a store in South Minneapolis following the death of George Floyd, a black man seen in a video pinned down by a white police officer.

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Rocks are being thrown at Little Rock police vehicles. Other protesters are yelling, “Don’t give them a reason!”

Minneapolis: A photographer was shot in the eye. Washington, D.C.: Protesters struck a journalist with his own microphone. Louisville: A reporter was hit by a pepper ball on live television by an officer who appeared to be aiming at her.

"It's a larger police culture," says retired NYPD Detective Marq Claxton "Unless there is complete and total revolutionary police reform, we'll be back here time and time again discussing these issues."

Multiple fires reported in downtown Chareston including West Elm on King Street. Viewer photos sent to News 2 #chs  #chsnewsnews 

Second-term de Blasio sounds more out of touch than third-term Bloomberg. Didn’t really see that coming.

Column: Angelenos are taking to the streets. Again. Will it produce real change this time?

It would be good to take him seriously. “Trump On George Floyd Riots: ‘I Will Not Allow Angry Mobs To Dominate’”