A fifth day of protests in Charlotte against the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by police remained largely peaceful after the release of the partial police vehicle dashcam and police body cam footage. (Associated Press)
Detroit turns off water as teacher sick-out closes schools
Detroit residents face a growing crisis over basic services nearly three years after the city's record-setting bankruptcy. Detroit is expected to turn off water service to thousands of households Tuesday, and for a second straight day, nearly all public schools could be shut by teachers calling in sick in a wage dispute (CBS This Morning).
Demoratic primary voters in Utah made history this week by selecting Misty Snow, a 30-year-old transgender woman, new to politics, as the candidate who will face Republican Senator Mike Lee in the fall's Senate race. Snow, the first transgender nominee from a major party to run for the U.S. (MSNBC)
Bun B's Guide To RNC: 'Rage And Racism In Cleveland' | MSNBC
VICE's political correspondent, Bernard "Bun B" Freeman, comments on the Republican National Convention's response to police brutality across America and also comments on the recent news in Miami involving a police officer. (MSNBC)