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The NYPD is still processing a huge number of arrests as they're already up to 700 from Monday night into this morning from violent protests and looting. That's now nearly two-thousand arrests for five straight days of mayhem in New York City as throngs of demonstrators were protesting the Minnesota police custody death of George Floyd.        Big victories tonight for former Vice President Joe Biden could lead to him clinching the Democratic presidential nomination. Multiple states including Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island are casting ballots today after the coronavirus pandemic forced them to postpone elections. All the states with elections today have seen a big increase in vote by mail.       Former Vice President Joe Biden says a president must be part of the solution, not part of the problem. Speaking in Philadelphia, Biden accused Trump of throwing up a "smoke screen" on the protests to divert attention from his response to the coronavirus crisis. Biden warned that the nation faces a long and difficult path to recovery and said strong and effective leadership will be needed.        Michigan Representative Justin Amash is planning to introduce a bill that would allow victims to sue police officers. The Ending Qualified Immunity Act is the first major national legislative move in response to George Floyd's death. Amash believes it to be a correction of the Supreme Court rule that protects government officials from lawsuits charging them with violating plaintiff's rights.       Apple is tracking its iPhones that were stolen during lootings. A post on social media shows a message that says this phone has been disabled and should be returned to the store. It goes on to say it is being tracked and local authorities will be alerted.        The soundtrack for SpaceX's historic mission to the International Space Station features lots of classic rock. On Saturday, two NASA astronauts successfully launched into orbit via SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft. Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley blasted AC/DC's "Back in Black" to accompany their walk to the launchpad at Florida's Kennedy Space Center.