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Live from NPR News, I'm Jack Speer.

The mayor of Washington D.C. says it's ominous that president Trump has warned he could deploy the military in her city and cross the country to deal with protest against police brutality. More from NPR's Melissa Block.

Speaking to reporters, DC mayor Muriel Bowser had this to say about the president's threat.

I don't think that the military should be used on the streets of American cities against Americans and I definitely don't think it should be done for show.

By show, Bowser was eluding to yesterday's incident when federal law enforcement officers used tear gas and rubber bullets to force peaceful protesters away. So the president Trump could pose with a bible in front of St. John’s Church near the White House. In a tweet last night, Bowser called then action by federal police shameful. Melissa Block NPR News, Washington.

The city of Minnesota says it's filed a human rights complaint against the Minneapolis police department in connection with the death of George Floyd by a police officer who pressed his knee into Floyd's neck for several minutes even after the unarmed black man stopped moving. Governor Tim Walz and the Minnesota department of human rights announced the filing in a news conference today. Officer Derek Chauvin has been fired and charged with third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in connection with Floyd's death. Other officers at present have been fined but not charged.

New York city is extending its curfew and plans to put every available officer on the street tonight in an effort to restore order. But as NPR's Brian Mann reports city officers have rejected calling at the national guard.

Mayor Bill de Blasio acknowledged the need for police reform, but said his city has been rocked by looting and violence including people shooting at police and trying to hit officers with the vehicle. We saw these are attacks on police officers. That is wholy unacceptable, does not represent the people of the city. Anyone who attacks a police officer attacks all of us.

De Blasio said police will be out in force tonight working with civic leaders to restore peace. He said using national guard or rather military units would only escalate tension. De Blasio also warns street protests could threaten the city's effort to reopen after the shutdown caused by the coranovirus pandemic. Brian Mann NPR News.

Non-essential traffic in Manhattan will be banned after 8:00 PM tonight.

In one of his most aggressive attacks so far against president Trump, democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden accused Trump of being more interested in power than in principle by noting the fact police moved in basically driving back peaceful protesters outside the White House last night to allow Trump to briefly pose with a bible nearby St. John's Church. Biden made his speech this morning at Philadelphia city hall.

On Wall Street today stocks continued to move higher. The Dow was up 267 points today, closing at 25,742. The NASDAQ up 56. This is NPR.

North Carolina's governor says republicans need to prepare for a scale back convention in Charlotte because of the coranovirus pandemic, not withstanding president Trump's calls for a full scale in person event. Governor Roy Cooper, a democrat in the letter to the city's top convention organizer and the national GOP chairwoman says he's happy to continue to hold conversations over how the event could be held safely. But the national GOP chairwoman responded the organizer will begin looking in other potential host cities.

The department of veterans affairs will replace three gravestones in VA cemeteries that bury Nazi flags. NPR's Quil Lawrence reports the markers are of POWs from the second world war.

The headstones are at national cemeteries in Utah and Texas. Families of world war II vets have complained about walking past swastikas as they visit the graves of Americans soldiers who fell the Nazis. The secrety Robert Wilkie had resisted congressional appeals to remove the stones. He told the House hearing last week they were part of fighting antisemitism.

The last thing any holocaust of scholar wants to do is to raise that memory. I think we can find a way to put this in historic contest that is my view.

This week the VA reversed course and announced plans to replace the headstones in complaints with the laws on national historic preservation. Quil Lawrence NPR News.

Two US astronauts aboard the international space station help ring the opening bell in the NASDAQ stock market today. The pair astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken participating remotely three days after their historic launch on a rocket built by private space company, Space X.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News.
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1.    The Mayor of Washington DC says it's ominous that President Trump has warned he could deploy the military in her city and across the country to deal with protests against police brutality. More from NPR's XX.

Speaking to reporters DC Mayor Muriel Bowser has this to say about the President's threat.

"I don't think that the military should be used on the streets of American city against Americans. And I definitely don't think it should be done for a show."

By "a show", Bowser was alluding暗指 to yesterday's incident when federal law enforcement officers used tear gas and rubber bullets to force peaceful protesters away, so that President Trump could pose with the Bible in front of the St. John's Church near the White House. In a tweet last night, Bowser called that action by federal police "shameful"


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2.    The State of Minnesota says it's filed a human rights complaint against the Minneapolis Police Department in connection with the death of George Floyd by a police officer who pressed his knee into Floyd's neck for several minutes even after the unarmed black man stopped moving. Govr Tim Walz and the Minnesota Department of Human Rights announced the filing in a news conference today. Officer Derek Chauvin has been fired and charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in connection with Floyd's death. Other officers at present have been fined but not charged.

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3.    NYC is extending its curfew and plans to put every available officer on the streets tonight in an effort to restore order. With NPR's XX reports, city officials have rejected calling up the National Guard.

Mayor De Blasio acknowledged the need for police reform but said his city has been rocked by looting and violence including people shooting at police and trying to hit officers with the vehicle.

"We saw vicious attacks on police officers. That is wholly unacceptable. That's not represent the people of this city. Anyone who attacks a police officer, attacks all of us."

De Blasio said police will be out in force tonight working with civic leaders to restore peace. He said using National Guard or rather military unit would only escalate tension. De Blasio also warns street protests could threaten the city's efforts to reopen after the shutdown caused by the cvp.

Non-essential traffic in Manhattan will be banned after 8 PM tonight.


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4.    In what is the most aggressive attacks so far against President Trump, the Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden accused Trump of being more interested in power than in principle, by noting the fed police moved in basically driving back peaceful protesters outside the White House last night to allow Trump to briefly pose with a Bible nearby St John's Church. Biden made his speech this morning at Philadelphia city hall


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5.    On Wall Street today......


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6.    North Carolina's Govr says Republicans need to prepare for a scaled back convention in Charlotte because of the cvp, notwithstanding President Trump's calls for a full scale in-person event. Governor Roy Cooper, a Democrat, in a letter to the city's top convention organizer and the national GOP chairwoman, says he is happy to continue to hold conversations over how the event can be held safely. But the national GOP chairwoman responded organizers they are begin looking for other potential host cities.


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7.    The Department of Veterans Affairs will replace 3 grave stones in VA cemeteries that bear墓碑上刻有 Nazi flags. NPR's XX reports, the markers are of POWs from the Second World War.

The headstones are at national cemeteries in Utah and Texas. Families of World War Two vets have complained about walking pass Swastikas as they visit the graves of American soldiers who fought the Nazis. VA退役军人事务部 Secretary Robert Wilkie had resisted congressional appeals to remove the stones. He told the House hearing last week, they were part of fighting anti-Semitism.

"The last thing any Holocaust-Scholar wants to do is erase that memory. I think we can find a way to put this in historical context. That is my view."

This week the VA reverse course and announced plans to replace the heads stones in compliance with the laws on national historic preservation.


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8.    Two US astronauts aboard the International Space Station help to ring the opening bell in the NASDAQ stock market today, the pair astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken participating remotely three days after their historic launch on a rocket built by private space company, Space X.
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