(CNN)This week, a Category 4 hurricane made landfall but didn’t disrupt the already reworked Republican convention. Meanwhile, thousands took to the National Mall for a civil rights march days after another Black man was shot by a White police officer.
MondayFauci warns against premature authorization of coronavirus vaccineRepublicans pitch Trump as an empathetic leader protecting the country from Democrats on convention’s first nightTuesdayKenosha unrest tests political potency of Trump’s ‘law and order’ convention messageWith a month left, judge is asked to give 2020 census more timeHouse lawmakers introduce bipartisan resolution to condemn ‘dangerous’ QAnon conspiracy theoryRead More
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WednesdayMike Pence sides with law enforcement as sports stars protest police brutalityFauci says he was in surgery when task force discussed CDC testing guidelinesUS intelligence officials say there’s no evidence to back up Trump’s claims about threats to mail-in votingThursdayFederal judge gives Trump administration 10 days to answer questions about USPS slowdownsTrump stays silent on Jacob Blake shooting but vows to stop violent protests and slams the NBAFEMA braces for Hurricane Laura amid coronavirus responseDonald Trump recycles much of his 2016 message as he accepts renominationFridayJacob Blake’s sister at March on Washington: ‘Black America, I hold you accountable’House Democrats move to hold Pompeo in contempt of CongressAnd that was the week in 14 headlines.