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Line from NPR news on Korva Coleman President Trump is preparing to visit Kenosha Wisconsin to side of a police shooting of a black man killings are protesters and violent unrest Democratic leaders including Wisconsin. Governor. Tony Evers about Trump not to visit Wisconsin state representative David Bowie and is a member of the state's legislative Black Caucus. He told NPR's Morning Edition. He agrees president is only coming to Fan Flames. He started this division he

Want us to be torn apart As Americans and I don't see his presence in Kenosha actually healing the community of Kenosha healing the state of Wisconsin Republican official say they're looking forward to Trump's visit Wisconsin Republican Senator. Ron Johnson says Trump is providing decisive leadership. September is off to a mostly positive start on Wall Street after I had a month of August NPR Scott Horsley reports the Dow Jones Industrial Average shows little change in early training this writer mostly down day on Monday. August turned out to be the best month in decades for major stock indexes both the Dow and the S&P 500 Index gained about 7% during the month while the NASDAQ short nearly 10% the games continued overnight in Asian markets a new report shows Factory activity in China surge last month. Thanks to a job in new export orders Market still face, considerable uncertainty over the path of the coronavirus and White House conference call with Governors. Dr. Anthony.

Now she warned it's important to people use caution over the Labor Day weekend to avoid the kind of infectious outbreaks to follow Gatherings on Memorial Day and the 4th of July Scott Horsley. NPR News Washington of millions of Americans are facing eviction notices this month as they struggle to pay their bills made the pandemic and peers Windsor Johnston reports federal and state moratoriums on evictions are expiring in many states starting today renters who are shielded from eviction under legislation passed by Congress earlier. This year are no longer protected against losing their homes for being late on the rent payments Elliott Thaxton works with families facing evictions in Georgia is going to be the most single black mothers are the most common on evictions that we normally see tens of millions of Americans have lost $600 in additional weekly unemployment benefits that expired in July.

The federal government has expanded some eviction protection through the end of the year, but the extension only protects a small percentage of renters Windsor Johnston NPR news to subpoena Postmaster General Louis dejoy Democrats say he has failed to provide them with information about slow mail delivery after changes at the US Postal Service on Wall Street. The Dow was up 33 points at 28463 East NPR.

There are now more than 6 million coronavirus infections in the US. That's according to Johns Hopkins University. The u.s. Cases make up nearly a quarter of global virus infections more than 183,000 people have perished in the US of covid-19 worldwide more than 25 million people have been infected and 851000 people have died 13 million French school kids have gone back to class today NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports will have to wear masks the entire day even at their desks.

There was nervous excitement in front of this Paris Elementary School as math parents took pictures of their children, below is dropping off his eleven-year-old son have some sense of normalcy, but we're not sure exactly what it's going to be like in the next few weeks. So we'll see beseech the French to keep wearing their masks and taking precautions to keep the spread of the virus under control Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris residents of Louisiana and parts of Eastern Texas continue to clear wreckage from last week's hurricane Laura the category 4 hurricane left at least 18 people dead and catastrophic damage and it's wake officials in small towns and cities are pleading for immediate aid, especially in Louisiana many officials say and their communities are in crisis Power and Water have been cut off too many communities such as Lake.

Charles, Louisiana

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