MINNEAPOLIS—Minneapolis had its first night without the widespread unrest that has convulsed it since the death of George Floyd in police custody one week ago, as protests continued in cities across the country.

Other U.S. cities including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago continued to see looting and destruction overnight, as the worst civil unrest in decades erupted this weekend across the nation sparked by Mr. Floyd’s death. Cities once again called in National Guard troops to help. At least 4,400 people were arrested…

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