Dozens of states have taken unprecedented measures to ensure as many of its citizens are counted in the census, which determines billions of dollars in federal funding for states as well as seats in the House of Representatives.
Across the US, The Sentencing Project says about six million convicted felons cannot vote due to various state laws.
When the arson and looting began in Minneapolis last week, a Native American patrol was formed to protect their neighbourhoods.
The Chicago Police Department has reported an increase in domestic violence-related calls this year, compared with 2019.
Essential workers are keeping the American economy humming, at great risk to themselves and their families.
A staggering number of people are now out of work in the United States as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Al Jazeera speaks to refugees and migrants who have been beaten and turned away while attempting to cross into Greece from Turkey.
Greece says only 1,500 migrants at most have entered since Friday, while 26,000 have been stopped.
Refugees wait to seize an opportunity to get into the European Union via Bulgaria and Greece.
Turkey eased border restrictions for them to leave – but European countries are not allowing them in.