The high cost of police misconduct, one year after George Floyd’s death: CNBC After Hours

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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “The high cost of police misconduct, one year after George Floyd’s death: CNBC After Hours” – below is their description.’s Pippa Stevens brings you the day’s top business news headlines. On today’s show, Ylan Mui investigates the cost to taxpayers of police misconduct. Plus, Phil LeBeau breaks down the better-than-expected recovery in domestic air passenger traffic.

00:00 — CNBC After Hours: May 25, 2021

0:36 — Stocks dip lower

1:21 — U.S. air passenger traffic approaches 2019 levels

4:02 — CNBC Soundcheck

6:03 — The cost of police brutality

10:37 — Numbers Round

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