Mayor Bill de Blasio has canceled all large events in New York City through September, but will continue to allow Black Lives Matter protests in the city, he said."This is a historic moment of change. We have to respect that but also say to people the kinds of gatherings we're used to, the parades, the fairs - we just can't have that while we're focusing on health right now," de Blasio said during a CNN appearance Thursday night.While other areas, including Los Angeles, Seattle, and Miami-Dade County, Fla., have said protests in their cities may have contributed to the spread of the virus, New York has denied experiencing any surge in cases after weeks of protests sparked by the death of...
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Ford claims it accounts for almost two-thirds of police vehicle sales in the US, and employees are raising their voice internally.
Communities of color have endured the weight of COVID-19, the recession and social unrest. They're also bearing the brunt of a surge in gun violence.
Dr. Jake Deutsch said states with surging coronavirus cases like Arizona, Florida, and Texas need to act fast to avoid overwhelmed hospitals.