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Players do want to continue the season Richard Lap dickheads, the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at the University of Central Florida just miles away from the N B. A bubble of Disney World Lap, Chick says MBA players can have more of an impact by resuming the games rather than walking away. If they stay here, the attention is going to be focused on the embassy, where be watching the court every night that says Black lives matter. We're going to be interviewing athletes are going to be talking about What's going on in the country lap, Chick says playing will present a better opportunity to keep the discussion going. Peter KING, CBS NEWS Orlando The Trump campaign, says President Trump will touch on unrest in cities in tonight's convention speech, and he will say at no time before have AIDS voters faced a clearer choice between two parties to visions to philosophize or two agendas. Government says more than a million people filed claims for unemployment benefits last week, Bank Great economist Mark Hamrick says it's further evidence our jobs comeback has stole. This has persisted for 23 straight weeks with no obvious and insight, and this is very much in contrast to the everything is fine theme of this week's Republican National Convention. Big change from the Federal Reserve, indicating it will keep interest rates near zero even after inflation has exceeded the 2%. Get level that boosted stocks today for awhile. Abit stock is going up. The government approved its rapid Covad test right now the Dow is up 64. This is CBS News. Presented by Rocket mortgage need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family rocket can visit rocket mortgage dot com today. It's 10 03 at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. Patchy drizzle and fog this morning, then partly cloudy at the coast and sunshine inland. Good morning in for Rebecca Corral. I'm Archie Schaffer. Here's what's happening. The Giants and the Dodgers plan to play a double header later today after last night's game was canceled when the Dodgers chose not to play in the wake of the shooting by police of Jacob Lake in Wisconsin. Hey, CBS Sports director Steve Baker joins us Live with more on the story. That's right. Margie Giants Dodgers doubleheader at the one o'clock A three major league Baseball games were postponed yesterday and last night, including The Giants and the Dodgers with Giants President Larry Bear, saying professional sports teams Khun B, a powerful conduit for change its specific actions. I think internally in our organization, we're talking about actions. Um what are diversity, equity and inclusion counsel and I think the first step is listening. The first step is getting being noticed and standing up and being counted and that's what happened last night. Is that The special sports industry proud of them stood up and what's accountable. Giants president Larry Bear on KCBS this morning Me time in the MBA. All three playoff game scheduled for today have been postponed, but there was No more talk of canceling the playoffs. There's a good chance the games will continue tomorrow. While the pressure being applied to state legislatures to enact legitimate police reform is certain to heat up. Steve Vicar, KCBS. Thank you, Steve. Hours of protest in downtown Oakland overnight left broken windows, fire damage and several arrests. KCBS reporter Tim Ryan with more. It'll be a day of cleanup and repairs along Broadway, Clay Grand Avenue and around Lake Merritt. A crowd of Hunter He's gathering at Frank Ogawa Plaza before marching and clashing with police. K p x five reporter Joe Vasquez unseen There.

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