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22/09/2020
Npr: No Charges Against Tucson Police Officers In Death Of Carlos Ingram-Lopez...
He died in April after being handcuffed and held face-down in a garage with two plastic emergency blankets and a "spit sock hood" over his head. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Rt international: Woman arrested over ricin poison mailed to White House is identified as Canadian deported for overstaying visa...
US police have identified Pascale Ferrier as the person who they say mailed ricin poison to the White House. She was detained while trying to enter the US from Canada. br [Read more]
22/09/2020
Cbs news: How to watch as an asteroid zooms close to Earth this week...
An asteroid is passing extremely close to Earth this week — and skywatchers have a chance to spot it. [Read more]
22/09/2020
New York times: When Joe Biden's in Town Practicing Social Distancing...
An expert retail politician has become perhaps the most conspicuous practitioner of social distancing in America. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Voa news: Beta Weakens to Tropical Depression, Moves Inland ...
Forecasters say storm surge warnings canceled but heavy rain and flooding still a threat [Read more]
22/09/2020
Bbc: Is the world entering a new Cold War?...
The recent US-China tensions were laid bare in speeches by Trump and Xi at the UN in New York. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Nbc news: Former Madison, Wisconsin, police chief tapped to help Jacob Blake investigation...
Noble Wray will serve as an independent consultant for prosecutors weighing possible charges against the Kenosha officer who shot Blake. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Abc news: Order to shorten 2020 census didn't come from Census Bureau: Watchdog...
An internal watchdog says Census Bureau officials did not make the decision to move up the timeline to stop collecting data at the end of this month. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Cnn: Second judge rules against USPS, says election mail must be prioritized ...
The US Postal Service must prioritize election mail and reverse some key policy changes imposed by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, a federal judge ruled on Monday, saying that "managerial failures" at [Read more]
22/09/2020
Fox news: Minneapolis commends group of Black men patrolling streets, protecting businesses after death of George Floyd...
Minneapolis is commending the Minnesota Freedom Fighters, who are Black men with AR-15s and Glocks and wearing tactical vests and bandannas who provided extra community security in the wake of protest [Read more]
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23/09/2020
Public health officials, drug companies and the White House keep offering conflicting timelines for when a vaccine will be approved and distributed to the American public. [Read more]
23/09/2020
In August 2018, Mary Katherine Higdon called 911 in Griffin, Georgia, and told them she had accidentally shot her boyfriend Steven Freeman. [Read more]
23/09/2020
COVID-19 is changing the way we'll cast our ballots this year, with many searching for absentee options. Here's CBS News' look at voting across the U.S. — America decides: States and dates. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Apparel maker has lost $183 million over the last two quarters after temporarily closing hundreds of stores. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Jordan will serve as majority owner of the single-car team. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Ellen DeGeneres began the new season of her talk show by addressing allegations of a toxic work environment. In front of a virtual audience, she apologized to her staff, "I want to say I'm am so sorry to the people who were affected." Jamie Yuccas reports. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Comedians and talk show hosts Desus Nice and The Kid Mero join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their new book, "God-Level Knowledge Darts: Life Lessons from the Bronx." The duo gives their best life advice on dating, fame and taking late night TV by storm. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The CDC also stresses that Halloween costume masks are not acceptable substitutes for cloth masks. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The U.S. leads the world in coronavirus deaths and still has the most cases in the world, with over 6.8 million people sickened by the virus since January. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The United States has for many months had the highest number of infections and deaths in the world. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Public health officials, drug companies and the White House keep offering conflicting timelines for when a vaccine will be approved and distributed to the American public. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The CDC also stresses that Halloween costume masks are not acceptable substitutes for cloth masks. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The Senate minority leader said that "we can't have business as usual when Republicans are destroying the institution." [Read more]
23/09/2020
He was at start of flight home from campaign event. Plane returned to airport and he flew home on cargo aircraft Secret Service uses. [Read more]
23/09/2020
On "Intelligence Matters," Mike Morell speaks with Antony Blinken about Biden's foreign policy priorities and his approach to top global security challenges. [Read more]
23/09/2020
After a private ceremony, the public will be able to pay its respects on the portico at the top of the Supreme Court steps. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Tropical Storm Sally is on track to strike the Gulf Coast on Tuesday, possibly as a Category 1 hurricane. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli has the forecast. [Read more]
23/09/2020
In Oregon, more than 1 million acres burned last week alone — double a typical year. Oregon Governor Kate Brown called this year's fires a horrible harbinger of climate change. Lilia Luciano reports. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Less than three weeks after Hurricane Laura, America's Gulf Coast is preparing for another potentially devastating storm. Tropical Storm Sally is gaining strength in the Gulf of Mexico. It's forecast to become a hurricane Monday, before making landfall sometime Tuesday, likely in eastern Louisiana. CBS News meteorologist and climate speci [Read more]
23/09/2020
Remnants of Tropical Storm Beta are battering the Gulf Coast with torrential rains from Texas all the way to New Orleans. Janet Shamlian reports. [Read more]
22/09/2020
The "core space operators" deployed by the U.S. military's controversial newest branch aren't in orbit, they're in Qatar. [Read more]
22/09/2020
She was caught at the New York-Canada border, apparently trying to get into the U.S. and was carrying a gun, CBS News has learned. [Read more]
22/09/2020
The incident comes as a debate is raging in Spain over inequality after the Madrid regional government placed under partial lockdown some poor neighborhoods. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Scores of volunteers are struggling to dislodge almost 200 of the animals from a sandbar off the Australian island of Tasmania. [Read more]
18/09/2020
More than 25,000 people are enrolled in the drugmaker's late-stage trial of a potential coronavirus vaccine. [Read more]
18/09/2020
Here's the definitive list of the athletes who earn the most money in the NBA, NFL and MLB [Read more]
18/09/2020
"There were so many people, and (my dad) was kind of shocked because he didn't think there would be a turn around that quickly," the owner's daughter said. [Read more]
18/09/2020
About 1.4 million applied for unemployment benefits, aid last week, as fewer self-employed workers sought help. [Read more]