Even the White House locked down. Violent protests against Monday's death of a Black man, George Floyd, in Minneapolis police custody spread across America yesterday. Prosecutors, meanwhile, charged the officer who knelt on Floyd's neck with third-degree murder. Minnesota's governor has also apologized to a CNN news crew state police briefly detained while covering the protests, looting and arson. Detroit authorities are investigating shots fired from an SUV at protesters, killing one — one day after President Donald Trump tweeted that when "the looting starts, the shooting starts."
Catch up with OZY's Special Briefing on the crisis.