KNX In Depth: Martin Luther King III talks racial justice after the George Floyd protests--Will we ever get the coronavirus under control?--Radiation might help save the lives of very sick coronavirus patients

KNX In Depth
Thursday, June 25th
The coronavirus outbreak is roaring back and now at record levels. Tracking from NBC News says the U.S. saw its highest-ever single-day number of new cases yesterday with more than 45,000. The previous peak was on April 26th. And the CDC said today that the virus may have infected 10 times more Americans than previously known. Is there anything we can do to stop this virus or are we all going to end up with it at some point?

When people hear about radiation in the medical field, it's about fighting cancer. But researchers now are using radiation to treat very sick COVID patients. The results are offering some promise and hope that it could be another life-saving option.   

President Trump gets a Supreme Court win. The justices strengthen his administration's ability to deport people seeking asylum without allowing them to plead their case to a federal judge. 

Martin Luther King III is following in his father's footsteps as a human and civil rights activist. He joins us to talk about the George Floyd protests, racial injustice and the fight for equity and equality.