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Reverend Al Sharpton is urging Americans to come together for a march in the nation's capital in August. Set for the 28th, the demonstration will honor the 57th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's civil rights march while also advocating for justice reform. At George Floyd's memorial service in Minneapolis today, Sharpton highlighted the historical significance of the "I Have A Dream Speech" delivered decades ago.        The attorney of George Floyd's family says a first-degree murder charge is possible based on new evidence. Benjamin Crump believes Floyd knew Derek Chauvin, the officer who held him down by his neck last week. He said they worked at the same night club and didn't like each other.        Attorney General Bill Barr is defending President Trump's decision to walk through the streets of Washington D.C. to visit a church. He added the president has the right to do so without being disrupted by protestors.       Florida Governor Ron DeSantis says his state can host the GOP National Convention. On Fox News, the Republican said he thinks Florida could hold the August event "in a safe way" amid the coronavirus pandemic. This comes after President Trump said he was seeking to move it from North Carolina to another state.       Nearly 20-thousand cases of coronavirus are being reported across the U.S. since yesterday. That number is the most for a single day since the pandemic began. At least 20 states are seeing a spike in infections, and it could get worse with all the protests.       Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff is staying in a North Carolina jail. A judge denied his request for compassionate release after the 82-year-old said he's dying from kidney disease. Madoff is serving 150-years for swindling investors out of billions of dollars.