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More than forty million Bankrate dot com's Marc M. acts as a pandemic because plunge has not yet hit bottom we're still in a situation where the economy is seen in dire straits American Airlines will cut seventeen thousand management jobs and more than five thousand support staff positions layoffs will begin in October if not enough employees take buyouts there has been looting in buildings burned in Minneapolis in neighboring St Paul in reaction to the police custody death of a black man George Floyd all four officers involved have been fired there are demands that one who knelt employed snack face murder charges the FBI away the four officers involved in Floyd's arrest have been fired at least one could face murder charges Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman says his office will not make the mistakes made by Baltimore prosecutors in the Freddie gray case it was a rush to charge it was a rush to justice and all of those people were found not guilty I will not rush to justice I'm going to do this right there have been mostly peaceful protests in other cities including New York president trump signed an executive order calling on federal regulators to curb liability protections for social media companies the president wasn't happy when Twitter put a fact check tag on two of his tweets Facebook's mark Zuckerberg tells CNBC he takes issue with that I don't think that Facebook or or internet platforms in general should be arbiters of truth I think that's a kind of a dangerous line to get down to house speaker Nancy Pelosi calls an outrageous situation while Twitter is putting up there fact check it under what the president says about voting they still won't take off the misrepresentations the president is putting out there this is a P. news how union that represents meatpacking workers has more than forty workers have died from the corona virus the United food and commercial workers union says at least forty four meatpacking workers in the United States have died from cold in nineteen while the union estimates another three thousand workers have tested positive for the virus its director of food processing and meat packing says the actual numbers are likely higher than the estimate the union says thirty meat packing plants were closed at some point due to infections since March the U. F. C. W. was the largest union representing meatpacking workers in the US hi Mike Rossi up a man who was shot as he threatened New York City police last month with a knife in an antique gun died of the corona virus five days after he was wounded on April first Ricardo Cardona called nine one one to drop police and then threatened the arriving officers he later told investigators he wanted to die because he had recently tested positive for the virus I'm timid wire AP news.

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