The Department of Labor reports that 3.28 million people filed initial unemployment claims last week. That shatters the previous record high of 695,000 set in 1982. People are losing their jobs as businesses temporarily close because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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WEB EXTRA: Protesters Take Over I-95 In Downtown MiamiDemonstrators stopped traffic on i-95 in downtown Miami. They were demanding change in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, a Minneapolis man who died while in police custody.
WEB EXTRA: Protest Held In Coral GablesDozens gathered in Coral Gables to protest the death of Minneapolis man, George Floyd, who died while in police custody.
WEB EXTRA: Protest Held In Downtown MiamiA large number of demonstrators were marching in downtown Miami on Saturday afternoon.
WEB EXTRA: March Held In Downtown MiamiA large march was held in downtown Miami, joining nationwide protests in the aftermath of the death George Floyd, a Minneapolis man who died while in police custody.
WEB EXTRA: March Held In Downtown MiamiChopper 4 was over downtown Miami, where a large march was taking place. Demonstrators were joining nationwide protests in the aftermath of a Minneapolis man who died while in police custody.
WEB EXTRA: March Held In Downtown MiamiDozens of demonstrators were marching in downtown Miami, joining the nationwide protests started with the death of a Minneapolis man in police custody.
WEB EXTRA: CBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Muriciano Is A True 'Bon Vivant' With His New Music VideoCBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano spends his quarantine time getting creative with his music, singing and editing. Here is his latest music video titled "Bon Vivant."
Trending: Madonna Mistep?Madonna comes under fire for tribute to man who died in Minnesota police custody.
WEB EXTRA: Minnesota State Patrol And National Guard in MinneapolisThe Minnesota State Patrol and the National Guard formed lines in Minneapolis Friday morning to keep people out of an area damaged during ongoing protests over the death of George Floyd.
WEB EXTRA Minneapolis Police Precinct Set On Fire By ProtestersThe Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct building was set on fire Thursday night during protests over the death of George Floyd. The mayor said the building was evacuated when it was clear "there were imminent threats to both officers and public."
WEB EXTRA: Building On Fire In Minneapolis CollapsesPart of a burning building collapsed in Minneapolis, MN Friday morning after another night of protests over the death of George Floyd. Firefighters responded to multiple fires in the city overnight.
WEB EXTRA: Eye on the Day May 29Violent protests continued in Minneapolis, President Trump issued an order aimed at social media platforms, and another try at NASA’s rocket launch this weekend. Are you excited to possibly watch history be made?
WEB EXTRA: Third Night of Protests In MinnesotaProtests over the death of George Floyd continued in Minneapolis, MN on Thursday evening. Minnesota's governor has activated the national guard to help restore order.
WEB EXTRA: Little Boy Has Backyard Prom For BabysitterThe coronavirus pandemic canceled prom for many high school seniors, but this senior got to experience one thanks to a boy she babysits. Take a look at the special evening a soon-to-be second grader planned for his babysitter.
WEB EXTRA: A Donkey Meets Some Cheetahs On A WalkWilly the donkey met some cheetahs on his walk through the Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, RI on May 25. The zoo has been closed because of the coronavirus pandemic and keepers take Willy for walks to keep him active.
WEB EXTRA: Interactive Robotic Cats Are ‘Purr-fect’ Companions for Seniors Isolated Due to COVID-19The companionship of a pet makes social distancing and isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic a bit easier to tolerate. But for some people, caring for a pet is difficult which is why robotic cats are the "purr-fect” solution.
WEB EXTRA: Locusts Swarm In IndiaThis video shows massive swarms of locusts in Northern and Central India Sunday and Monday. Pesticides were sprayed in some areas to try to contain the locusts.
WEB EXTRA: Crews Sanitize Streets In Moscow, RussiaCrews sanitized streets in Moscow, Russia Thursday. The mayor wrote in a blog post that it's too early to lift coronavirus restrictions altogether, but people can take walks starting June 1. The mayor's office added that a map will show the days and times when walks are allowed.
WEB EXTRA: Protesters Set Fires, Loot Stores In MinneapolisFires were set and businesses looted Wednesday night in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This was the second night of protests after George Floyd died in police custody. The mayor of Minneapolis has requested help from the National Guard.
WEB EXTRA: Buses Form "2020" For Students In Class Of 2020The Loveland High School class of 2020 in Ohio got a special graduation shout out. Their bus drivers formed a giant 2020 using school buses.
WEB EXTRA: Eye on the Day May 28U.S. coronavirus deaths pass 100,000, protests in Minneapolis get violent, and NASA reschedules its historic launch for this weekend. Will you be tuning in?
WEB EXTRA: Grandma Wears Unicorn Costume To Hug GrandsonsA grandma in Cinnaminson, NJ bought an inflatable unicorn costume from Amazon so she could hug her two grandsons on May 24. It's the first time the three shared a hug since March 17 when areas started to shut down because of the pandemic.
WEB EXTRA: NASA Administrator Explains Why Launch Was ScrubbedNASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine explained why the Wednesday SpaceX/NASA launch was scrubbed and rescheduled for Saturday May 30th. He said, "we had just simply too much electricity in the atmosphere." SpaceX and NASA will try to launch the spacecraft on Saturday afternoon.
WEB EXTRA: Astronauts Exit The Spacecraft After Scrubbed LaunchNASA astronauts Bob Behnken & Doug Hurley left the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft Wednesday after the launch was scrubbed because of bad weather. The next opportunity to launch to the International Space Station is Saturday at 3:22pm ET.

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