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Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Beijing reopens as the second wave of coronavirus dies down

People gather in shopping centers, dance in parks, and cram into subways during rush hours.


Protests continue on Independence Day

Protestors burnt textbooks and demanded history to be rewritten


Los Angeles activists take to the streets again

They demanded justice for Alex Flores, a 34-year-old Latino who was killed by police last November.


Staten Island city council candidate canvasses the black community on eve of Independence Day

As he knocked on doors, searching for votes, Richards told African American and African residents that over policing is impacting negatively the community.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Rail travel in China is popular during the pandemic and filled with safety measures

But the pandemic has altered what train travel looks like.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Brazilian international student caught in US travel ban.

She has no idea when it will end or when she will get to attend Fordham University in person.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

MTA faces crisis following COVID shutdown

Its operating budget, estimated at $17 billion for 2020, is projected to lose 45% of its funding, primarily due to the loss of ridership in the first half of the year.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Easter Market goes back to its roots

Detroit's once bustling tourist attraction is now a small farmer's market.


After NYC passes it’s budget, protestors clash with police

This was after the City Council passed it's budget including the $1 billion protesters were asking authorities to cut from the NYPD budget.


NYC’s new budget cuts police funding

The budget was announced as demonstrators camped in City Park for the past week.