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27 Aug, 2020 20:23

Protests continue in Kenosha, National Guard to arrive

As protests continue in Kenosha, Wisconsin investigators are set to release the identity of the officer who shot Jacob Blake. In the coming days, additional National Guard members are expected to arrive in the town to quell ongoing unrest. RT America’s Trinity Chavez has the latest. Washington has now turned to sanctions against companies it accuses of abetting Beijing’s growing influence in the region amid US tensions with China over the South China Sea. Meanwhile, Defense Secretary Mark Esper embarks on a Pacific tour. RT America’s Rachel Blevins has the details. Amid the pandemic, millions of Americans are about to get a lot more unwanted calls from debt collectors. US jobless claims have hit just over 1 million in the past week alone. Even before the pandemic, Americans’ total debt reached its highest levels ever at $14.3 trillion. Economist and author Prof. Richard Wolff joins In Question to examine these financial woes.