Following his historic White House summit, Japan's prime minister sat down for an exclusive Newsweek interview, weighing in on China, COVID, economic recovery, the Olympics and his budding friendship with Joe Biden.
This was a trial over whether Americans believe that reasonable policing means you can kneel on someone's neck for over nine minutes until they die. It was a trial over whether you can say that black lives matter while also insisting on respecting the police officers in your community.
"I basically just told the kind of story that I would like to see, I feel represented within and represents my experience as a father, as a Black man and as a husband," David Oyelowo told 'Newsweek' about his new film 'The Water Man.'
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