(CNN)This week, leaders considered what’s in a name. Some are mulling removing Confederate statues from the US Capitol and others want to rename military bases named after Confederate leaders.

MondayStates courting Trump directly as party officials scramble to find new city for GOP conventionPolice unions dig in as calls for reform growTrump hasn’t met with protesters or visited Minneapolis despite precedentTuesdayBarr tells DC mayor federal law enforcement was necessary because of unrestWhite House prepares new immigration limits, using coronavirus as coverA world away from Washington, loyal supporters stand by the President in Trump countryRead MoreWednesdayTrump tackles policing reform from administration still lacking diversity‘Always some sneaky trick’: Black voters in Georgia say the state’s primary meltdown was no accidentTrump plans to restart rallies on Juneteenth in Tulsa, a city with a troubled racial historyThursdayEsper orders review of recent National Guard deploymentsTrump to accept nomination in Jacksonville after moving most of convention out of CharlotteGOP on Pelosi’s call to remove Confederate statues: It’s up to statesFridayTSA screens more than half a million for first time since pandemic hitTransparency concerns plague small business lending program over disclosing information about coronavirus relief loansAnd that was the week in 14 headlines.

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