Of 16,936,891 coronavirus tests conducted in the United States (441,448 conducted since yesterday), 10.6 percent have come back positive.
The calls—monitored by American intelligence officials—show that Flynn did discuss sanctions with Kislyak, who was then the Russian ambassador to the United States.
More than 25 cities across the United States imposed curfews in an attempt to curb the destruction, while the National Guard was activated in 24 states and D.C.
In Washington, D.C., the White House served as the focal point of the demonstrations.
Property damage and looting was sporadic in nearby commercial areas, and a fire was started in the basement of a historic church near the White House.

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