Chicago Shuts Down Public Transit, Cuts Off Downtown Amid Protests
Chicago is under a curfew, and leaders have moved the National Guard into the city to stop peaceful protests from growing violent again.
Protests in Chicago grew violent over the weekend, leaving businesses destroyed and the city's downtown cutoff. A curfew is in effect each night and the city's public transit has stopped all train and bus service.
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