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The attorney for George Floyd's family says he won't stop until the four officers involved in the unarmed black man's death are convicted. Benjamin Crump made those comments after the officer seen kneeling on Floyd's neck was given an upgraded charge of second-degree murder. The other three officers involved have also been hit with felony aiding and abetting second-degree murder charges.        A former commander-in-chief is encouraged to see law enforcement officers showing signs of unity with protestors. Former President Obama said during a virtual town hall he is "heartened to see police officers kneeling and marching with demonstrators. Obama explained all people of color have seen too much violence.       A hearing regarding police brutality will be held by the House Judiciary Committee next week. The hearing comes as demonstration's over George Floyd's death continue in cities across the U.S. Chairman Jerry Nadler didn't specify who would be attending, but mentioned community leaders and law enforcement would be involved.        Maryland's senators are pushing to remove a statue from the Old Supreme Court Chamber of the U.S. Capitol. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen have brought forth legislation that would get rid of the statue of former Supreme Court Justice Roger B. Taney [[ TAWN-nee ]]. Taney was the justice that wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision upholding slavery.        More relief from the coronavirus needs to be passed to help with the economy. That's what former Congressional Budget Office director Doug Elmendorf told a House hearing today. He argued over a trillion dollars is needed to help support the economy.        A bakery in Minnesota is making graduates feel special at home since they can't walk across a stage this year. More than one-thousand seniors across the state are getting free graduation cakes. At first, the owner only intended to do this for his alma mater but word got out and he was flooded with requests.