Charles has been a radio reporter since 2001. A staff reporter at WSHU and frequent contributor to NPR, his focus has been on financial regulation, FEMA, and insurance.
Protests mount after a grand jury doesn't indict officers who killed Breonna Taylor. Also, Connecticut reopens more of its economy, cash-strapped Suffolk County tries to write a budget, and New Yorkers get rid of plastic bags.
House Dems wants to negotiate federal relief, as the U.S. reaches 200,000 coronavirus related deaths. The MTA gives up on waiting, and back to school pains still a problem in this new normal.
Voters flood Connecticut town clerks for absentee ballots, recruiting lawyers and law school students to volunteer as poll workers, and violent crime drops on Long Island.
Republican Suffolk County legislators say COVID is no excuse for the county's financial woes, schools continue to adjust to COVID, and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo threatens legal action if President Trump declares New York City an "anarchy jurisdiction".
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