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Roads and mass transit are opening again in Chicago two days after they were shot down by looting and violence in the wake of George Floyd's death mayor Lori Lightfoot we cannot conflate legitimate first amendment expression with criminal conduct correspondent Steve Futterman has the story from Los Angeles there was no major violence in a way overnight there were no more than two hundred arrests for curfew violations Jackson's to leave the area they would not so then we told them they were under wraps around a thousand protesters briefly demonstrated yesterday outside the home of LA mayor Eric Garcetti the mayor join protesters outside city hall and briefly took in the police chief Michael Moore has apologized for accusing looters of capitalizing on George Floyd's death Moore says he regrets saying they had blood on their hands pope Francis has broken his silence over the protest a seguito della transgene commodities in your show or phone he says while racism is intolerable street violence that's broken out in the U. S. is self destructive and self defeating there's hopeful news from Dr Anthony Fauci on a corona virus vaccine he says the US should have one hundred million doses by the end of the year is and is there we're going to make the vaccine show it's effective and then have to wait a year to Rev up to millions and millions and millions of doses that's going to be done as we're testing the vaccine Idera is expected to begin phase three of human trials by mid summer more than one hundred six million people have now died of code nineteen in this country an incumbent Republican congressman from Iowa he's on his way out CBS's Stephen Portnoy after growing terms in the house Steve king was for all intents and purposes abandoned by his party stripped of his committee assignments by GOP leaders last year he was quoted in a New York times article asking when the phrase as white nationalist and white supremacist became offensive terms D. at home thing isn't working out for SAT takers the College Board says it's postponing plans to offer an online version of the college entrance exam because it doesn't have the technology to support it the application process has been thrown into chaos.

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