Another police officer is off the hook after killing a black man in the United States. After days of deliberation, the jury acquits Minnesota officer Jeronimo Yanez in the 2016 fatal shooting of Philando Castile.
The ruling, the first of its kind under President Trump, sparks a public outcry and renews a national debate to end police violence against African Americans. Has Trump opened the wounds of racism in America?
Also in this show: Trump admits he’s under investigation for firing FBI Director James Comey amid the Russia inquiry. But the president signals he might also fire the man who is now leading up the investigation. Can Trump oust Special Counsel Robert Mueller without sounding like a strongman? Is democracy under assault in Trump’s America?