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  • Will there be a second wave of COVID-19? Here's a Twitter thread from an epidemiologist, who says it is "all but a certainty... multiple waves [are] a signature feature of pandemics."
  • City & State looks at the relationship between Mayor Bill de Blasio and police unions.
  • A disturbing video shows protesters forced onto an embankment in Philadelphia where the police tear gassed them. The city's mayor defended it.
  • Leslie Jones, who was 22-years-old during the L.A. riots, has some advice for young protesters today. She told Seth Meyers, "I was ready to burn it down... I would say ‘Don’t take that sledgehammer. What do you think that you’re gonna change by going out here with that?'"
  • HOUSTON!
  • "This is what sick and tired looks like," a black mother told a NY1 reporter outside of Barclays Center in a clip that has gone viral.
  • "South L.A. is largely untouched by unrest," the LA Times reports. "Black Lives Matter organizers wanted to bring the rage over the George Floyd case and so many others to L.A.'s elites, in their own neighborhoods."
  • "I know many of you can't stand him, however, Trump knocked it out of the park with this speech!" — Krist Novoselic, (yes, of Nirvana)
  • Bailey, a good dog: