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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
The performance was part of a virtual voter turnout event hosted by former first lady Michelle Obama and the nonprofit "When We All Vote." [Read more]
23/09/2020
View NPR's maps and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing and which are leveling off. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Most of the operation's activity focused on Chinese interests in the South China Sea, but also included some content about U.S. politics. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The party, which police estimate had at least 50 students in attendance, led to the local high school delaying in-person learning by two weeks as a precaution against COVID-19. [Read more]
23/09/2020
A bipartisan bill aimed at addressing cases of missing and murdered Native Americans has been sent to President Donald Trump's desk for final approval. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Twice a year, everyone on Earth is seemingly on equal footing -- at least when it comes to the distribution of light and dark. [Read more]
23/09/2020
For the first time in the year since a 656-foot cargo vessel capsized off the coast of Georgia, crew members and the ship's owners are speaking publicly about the moments before the Golden Ray listed, overturned, and triggered a multiday rescue effort to save the 24 people on board. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Los Alamos County, New Mexico, is the healthiest community of 2020, the U.S. News Healthiest Communities rankings report has decided. [Read more]
23/09/2020
A white nationalist who rose to prominence during a deadly 2017 rally in Virginia is on trial on federal charges of threatening to rape the wife of a man who was part of a racist group he had been feuding with for months [Read more]
23/09/2020
The prospect that President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans will try to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat before the year is out has ignited a call for major changes on the court, including expanding the number of justices [Read more]
23/09/2020
The Justice Department on Tuesday announced what it said was the largest drug, gun and cash seizure in darknet history. [Read more]
23/09/2020
President Donald Trump on Tuesday bashed China in a videotaped address to the UN General Assembly despite warnings against a world divided by two superpowers. [Read more]
23/09/2020
"I found a new name for you: 'The Ugly Tyrant Clown,'" read the rambling letter that arrived at the White House's mail sorting center last Friday. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The Aguilar sisters work in the fields 40 hours a week. They're also high school students, doing homework when they can. Many nights they go without sleep. [Read more]
23/09/2020
His hesitation to embrace or reject the idea reflects the tension between his campaign pitch to restore normalcy, and Democratic outrage over Trump's push to replace Ginsburg. [Read more]
23/09/2020
“It was just built up to be something it should have never got up to be,' one resident said. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Three funeral directors reflect on the human toll of the pandemic, as the US hits a milestone. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The US is the worst hit country in the world and cases are still continuing to rise, data shows. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Senator Mitt Romney of Utah has said he would support a vote on President Trump's court nominee. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Pascale Ferrier, a Canadian computer programmer, is also accused of mailing poison to Texas authorities. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Now, conservatives argue government needs to step in semiconductors, electric components inside every high-tech product and financially support American companies [Read more]
23/09/2020
Officials say Pascale Ferrier is also a suspect regarding ricin-laced letters sent to law enforcement officials in Texas [Read more]
23/09/2020
Other higher-risk activities are crowded costume parties, indoor haunted houses and going on hayrides [Read more]
23/09/2020
Documents allege that some of the world's biggest banks have allowed $2 trillion worth of suspicious or fraudulent activity to take place [Read more]
23/09/2020
But they conceded they are powerless to stop the vote. The comments came after Senator Mitt Romney backed moving forward with a nominee. Here's the latest. [Read more]
23/09/2020
An employee at the National Institutes of Health, writing under a pseudonym, asserted wearing masks could do more “harm' than wearing no mask at all. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Early data for the new school year suggests that attendance in virtual classrooms is down, possibly because students are working or caring for siblings. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Over 200,000 people have died in the United States, a staggering toll that comes as the virus spreads to places that were spared early on. [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
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
Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein's tweet lamenting the “double standard' of the ongoing Supreme Court conundrum has gone viral, but not in a flattering way – many said it's supposed to be the politician's job to deal with it. br [Read more]
23/09/2020
Billionaire ex-presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg has raised over $16 million to pay the fees keeping some felons out of Florida's voting booths, touting the apparent votes-for-cash trade as a cost-effective route to victory. br [Read more]
23/09/2020
American rapper Cardi B is being sued for alleged defamation, over social media posts that labeled a trio of Trump supporters at a Long Island beach as racist, after they'd argued with the star's sister there. br [Read more]
23/09/2020
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany pointed to Don Lemon's “threat' to “blow up the entire system' if Donald Trump appoints a new Supreme Court judge, as showing the “difference between Democrats and Republicans.' br [Read more]
23/09/2020
If Senate Republicans confirm a replacement for late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the November election, "they have forfeited their standing to complain about future procedural efforts" by Democrats, Senate Judiciary Committee member Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Tuesday. [Read more]
23/09/2020
EXCLUSIVE: A Pittsburgh man pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to a charge of obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder after destroying a police vehicle during protests over the death of George Floyd in May, Fox News has learned. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Two California parents were backing out of their space in Costco parking lot Saturday when a man opened the back door and tried to grab their 2-year-old, according to the San Diego County Sheriff's Department. [Read more]
23/09/2020
New polls released six weeks before the November election in two states President Trump won in his 2016 White House victory indicate that the race is currently deadlocked between the president and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. [Read more]