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1. Donor cash surges to Harrison, the Democrat taking on Graham21:33[−]

Donor cash surges to Harrison, the Democrat taking on GrahamIt won't be known until Election Day if a poll showing a tightening contest between Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham and Democrat Jaime Harrison portends an upset — but the gains are real enough in the Democrat's campaign account. On the heels of a Quinnipiac University poll that has him tied with Graham among likely voters in South Carolina, Harrison's campaign has marked two back-to-back fundraising days of $1 million apiece, bringing his total fundraising to over $30 million. It's a staggering sum, unheard of for a Democrat competing in this conservative state, and matches what Graham has also raised in his pursuit of a fourth term.


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2. Coronavirus: Idaho pastor who called himself 'no-masker' in intensive care with Covid-1920:36[−]

Coronavirus: Idaho pastor who called himself 'no-masker' in intensive care with Covid-19‘I want to encourage all of you to begin to regather this Sunday and let nothing hinder you from doing so,’ says Paul Van Noy


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3. U.S. House Speaker Pelosi to confer with airline CEOs on aid: sources20:24[−]

U.S. House Speaker Pelosi to confer with airline CEOs on aid: sourcesU.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi will speak on Friday afternoon with the chief executives of the country's top airlines, who are urging Congress to approve another $25 billion in assistance to keep tens of thousands of U.S. workers on the payroll past Sept. 30, sources said. Pelosi and House Transportation Committee Chairman Peter DeFazio are expected to hold a 2:45 p.m. EDT (1845 GMT) call with the chief executives of United Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Hawaiian Airlines, Alaska Airlines and others, a Democratic aide told Reuters.


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4. Former zookeeper stole two penguins during night-time break in, court hears20:12[−]

Former zookeeper stole two penguins during night-time break in, court hearsA former zookeeper stole two penguins during a night-time raid in order to sell them, a court heard. Bradley Tomes, 25, purloined a total of ?25,000 worth of rare birds from the South Lakes Safari in Cumbria, where he used to work. South Cumbria Magistrates court heard that Tomes had cut a hole in the perimeter fence of an aviary where he used to work to steal 12 spoonbill birds in July 2018, before abducting the penguins and three macaws 3 months later. But he was rumbled after he sold the two tiny Humboldt penguins, named Pablo and Penny, on Facebook to animal rescuer Reece Oliver, who became suspicious.


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5. US carrier transits Strait of Hormuz amid tensions with Iran19:48[−]

US carrier transits Strait of Hormuz amid tensions with IranThe USS Nimitz aircraft carrier safely transited on Friday through the Strait of Hormuz, the world’s most important chokepoint for oil shipments, the U.S. Navy said, as tensions with Iran continue to simmer. In a “scheduled” maneuver, the U.S. sent the carrier and several other warships through the strait, the narrow mouth of the Persian Gulf, according to the U.S. Navy’s Bahrain-based 5th fleet. The Nimitz, America’s oldest carrier in active service, carries some 5,000 sailors and Marines.


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6. Fauci says that Trump and Redfield were "both right" about vaccines19:45[−]

Fauci says that Trump and Redfield were "both right" about vaccinesTrump has publicly contradicted the CDC director's timeline for vaccine distribution, saying that Redfield "made a mistake."


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7. California and Oregon 2020 wildfires in maps, graphics and images19:14[−]

California and Oregon 2020 wildfires in maps, graphics and imagesA visual guide to the wildfires ravaging California, Oregon and other western states.


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8. Michigan residents urged to stay indoors as scientists race to deal with threat of rare mosquito-borne disease17:46[−]

Michigan residents urged to stay indoors as scientists race to deal with threat of rare mosquito-borne disease‘This is an ongoing threat to the health and safety of Michiganders,’ says Department of Health and Human Services chief medical executive Dr Joneigh Khaldun


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9. As my beautiful bayou home is ravaged by hurricanes, people of color become climate migrants17:27[−]

As my beautiful bayou home is ravaged by hurricanes, people of color become climate migrantsHurricanes Laura and Sally have ravaged an already-vulnerable Gulf Coast. And it is people of color who most often suffer as climate change migrants.


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10. Virtual class students overhear fatal shooting between siblings, Wisconsin cops say16:20[−]

Virtual class students overhear fatal shooting between siblings, Wisconsin cops sayA teacher called 911 after the shooting.


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11. China's 1st Supercarrier Could Feature EMALS Launch Technology: Report15:57[−]

China's 1st Supercarrier Could Feature EMALS Launch Technology: ReportThe carrier could rival those in the U.S. fleet for size and capability, according to an analysis.


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12. 'They should have let us die in the water': desperate Lebanese migrants sent back by Cyprus14:09[−]

'They should have let us die in the water': desperate Lebanese migrants sent back by CyprusMohammad Ghandour never thought he'd be one of them. "In Lebanon, we are being killed by poverty," Ghandour told Reuters this week, from his mother's cramped three-room apartment where he was staying with 12 other family members. Ghandour, 37, is one of dozens of Lebanese who've attempted the journey since late August, when rights groups say a rise in the number of boats leaving Lebanon began.


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13. Video shows huge alligator swimming in Sally's storm surge13:48[−]

Video shows huge alligator swimming in Sally's storm surgeImages of a massive gator, an eel and fire ants were seen in Hurricane Sally's wake.


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14. Fauci says he'll take responsibility if a coronavirus vaccine rolled out in the US is faulty13:29[−]

Fauci says he'll take responsibility if a coronavirus vaccine rolled out in the US is faultyIn comments to media outlets, Dr. Anthony Fauci sought to reassure the public amid a dispute between President Donald Trump and the CDC over vaccines.


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15. Noul turns deadly while making landfall in Vietnam13:13[−]

Noul turns deadly while making landfall in VietnamNoul made landfall as a tropical storm in central Vietnam on Friday leading to at least one death, as reported by the Bangkok Post.VnExpress stated that Noul prompted the closure of several airports in central Vietnam on Friday, including Da Nang's airport, which led to several dozen cancellations and delays.Noul produced 310 mm (12.20 inches) of rain in Da Nang from Thursday into Friday as the storm moved onshore.> ??Tropical storm Noul has made landfall in Vietnam with strong winds and torrential rain. It's tracking west across Vietnam, Laos & northern Thailand. pic.twitter.com/70Oi8yHwlC> > -- BBC Weather (@bbcweather) September 18, 2020CLICK HERE FOR THE FREE ACCUWEATHER APPHeavy rainfall and flash flooding from Noul will now move inland across Indochina through the weekend.Noul (known as Leon in the Philippines) first became a tropical storm on Tuesday night as a broad area of low pressure strengthened across the South China Sea after crossing the Philippines. This satellite loop shows Noul strengthening across the South China Sea on Thursday evening, local time, before landfall in central Vietnam. (CIRA/RAMMB) Now that Noul is inland and losing wind intensity, AccuWeather meteorologists expect flooding rainfall to be the predominant concern through the weekend.AccuWeather Meteorologist Tony Zartman explains, "Even though Noul will lose wind intensity and fall below tropical storm status, it will still pose a significant flooding threat into Sunday." Widespread rainfall totals of 100-150 mm (4-6 inches) are expected from this storm with 200-250 mm (8-10 inches) of rain in the mountainous terrain across central Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and southern Myanmar. An AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 400 mm (16 inches) will be possible in the hardest-hit areas.The heaviest rain from Noul is expected to shift from Vietnam and Laos during the end of the week into Thailand and southern Myanmar through the weekend.This amount of rainfall as the storm tracks inland can lead to flooding and mudslides. Road closures are possible and some isolated communities could be inaccessible for several days.AccuWeather forecasters will continue to monitor Noul into the beginning of next week since what is left of the system after tracking over land is expected to emerge over the Bay of Bengal and can bring impacts to India next week.Keep checking back on AccuWeather.com and stay tuned to the AccuWeather Network on DirecTV, Frontier and Verizon Fios.


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16. Rosh Hashanah has begun: What to know about the two-day Jewish holiday that leads into Yom Kippur13:06[−]

Rosh Hashanah has begun: What to know about the two-day Jewish holiday that leads into Yom KippurRosh Hashanah, which begins on Friday and ends Sunday, kicks off the most important week of the year for Jewish people. Here's why it is so important.


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17. Japan police arrest fraud suspect linked to ex-PM's event12:40[−]

Japan police arrest fraud suspect linked to ex-PM's eventJapanese police on Friday arrested a man on fraud charges linked to annual cherry blossom viewing parties that were hosted by former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, but the new government ruled out an investigation into how the party and its budget were used. Abe's annual cherry party came into question last year when opposition lawmakers pointed out the number of guests and high cost, accusing Abe of using taxpayers' money to entertain constituents. Abe has denied any wrongdoing or personal ties with the suspect and is not facing any criminal investigation so far.


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18. GOP Sen. Marsha Blackburn reveals she doesn’t know what an "Amendment" is — on Constitution Day12:22[−]

GOP Sen. Marsha Blackburn reveals she doesn’t know what an "Amendment" is — on Constitution Day"We will never rewrite the Constitution of the United States," she proudly and wrongly proclaimed on Twitter


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19. Seven dead, dozens infected after 'superspreader' wedding in rural US09:31[−]

Seven dead, dozens infected after 'superspreader' wedding in rural USA wedding in rural Maine became a coronavirus "superspreader" event that left seven people dead and 177 infected, renewing fear of the disease in the northeastern US state that had hoped the worst of the pandemic was behind it.


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20. 'Talk about losers': The top moments from CNN’s kid-gloves town hall with Biden07:22[−]

'Talk about losers': The top moments from CNN’s kid-gloves town hall with BidenOn Tuesday, voters got in Trump's face for the first time. On Thursday, they practically gave Biden a hero's welcome in Scranton, Pa.


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21. Students and parents complained after a Dallas high school's class assignment placed the accused Kenosha shooter on a list of 'modern heroes'06:39[−]

Students and parents complained after a Dallas high school's class assignment placed the accused Kenosha shooter on a list of 'modern heroes'Rittenhouse was suggested as a "hero for the modern age" along with Malcolm X, George Floyd, and Joseph Rosenbaum, a man allegedly shot by Rittenhouse.


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22. Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas faces new criminal charges05:09[−]

Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas faces new criminal chargesLev Parnas, an associate of President Trump's lawyer and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, is facing new charges of defrauding investors in a company he claimed would offer fraud protection services.The company was called Fraud Guarantee. Federal prosecutors allege that Parnas and another man, David Correia, were able to secure $2 million from investors between 2012 and 2019. The men allegedly used this money for personal expenses, including luxury car payments and rent. "We couldn't say it better ourselves — the behavior alleged today is indeed fraudulent — guaranteed," FBI Assistant Director Bill Sweeney said in a statement.Last October, Parnas was charged with funneling foreign money to U.S. political campaigns; he pleaded not guilty. Additionally, federal prosecutors say Parnas and another associate, Igor Fruman, were involved in an attempt to remove former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch from her position. Giuliani has admitted that Parnas and Fruman helped him in Ukraine as he tried to find dirt on Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden.More stories from theweek.com How a productivity phenomenon explains the unraveling of America How the Trump-Russia story was buried The conservatives who want to undo the Enlightenment


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23. Jerry Falwell, Jr. was found intoxicated and bleeding at his home following a bombshell report alleging a years-long sexual affair between him, his wife, and another man03:39[−]

Jerry Falwell, Jr. was found intoxicated and bleeding at his home following a bombshell report alleging a years-long sexual affair between him, his wife, and another manMedical responders who arrived at Falwell's home reported multiple lacerations on his face, found "empty alcohol containers," and blood.


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24. Citigroup employee revealed as Qanon website operator is placed on leave02:26[−]

Citigroup employee revealed as Qanon website operator is placed on leaveJason Gelinas was reportedly receiving $3,000 a month in crowdfunding to run the conspiracy theory website


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25. University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate student apologizes for falsely claiming to be Black02:23[−]

University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate student apologizes for falsely claiming to be BlackThe student has stepped down as a co-president of the school's graduate student union and a job as a teaching assistant.


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26. Joe Rogan falsely blamed forest fires in Oregon on 'left-wing' activists02:11[−]

Joe Rogan falsely blamed forest fires in Oregon on 'left-wing' activistsThe "Joe Rogan Experience" podcast host Joe Rogan repeated a false claim about the cause of forest fires in Oregon.


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27. CDC: Measures to control coronavirus have brought flu infections to 'historic lows'00:26[−]

CDC: Measures to control coronavirus have brought flu infections to 'historic lows'Lockdowns and protective measures like the widespread wearing of face masks as a result of the coronavirus pandemic have driven influenza infections to record lows, according to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study.


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28. Texas deputies, including those who killed Javier Ambler, reportedly got steakhouse gift cards for using force00:10[−]

Texas deputies, including those who killed Javier Ambler, reportedly got steakhouse gift cards for using forceSheriff’s office leaders rewarded deputies who used force with steakhouse gift cards, according to two former employees.


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29. Federal judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mailЧт, 17 сен[−]

Federal judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mail“The states have demonstrated the defendants are involved in a politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service," said Washington District Judge Stanley Bastian.


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30. US-Canada border has seen 1000 percent increase in drug smuggling since lockdown beganЧт, 17 сен[−]

US-Canada border has seen 1000 percent increase in drug smuggling since lockdown beganAuthorities have seized nearly 40,000 pounds of marijuana worth over $100 million


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31. Soldier from Fort Bragg killed in Navy base crash in Key WestЧт, 17 сен[−]

Soldier from Fort Bragg killed in Navy base crash in Key WestThe U.S. Army has identified a soldier struck and killed by a vehicle driven by an on-duty Navy Security Force civilian Monday on a Key West Navy base.


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32. Poll shows major decline in support for BLM movement across US over last three monthsЧт, 17 сен[−]

Poll shows major decline in support for BLM movement across US over last three monthsPew Research Centre survey compared results from June and September


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33. Measures to control coronavirus have brought flu infections to 'historic lows.' Scientists want to keep it that way.Чт, 17 сен[−]

Measures to control coronavirus have brought flu infections to 'historic lows.' Scientists want to keep it that way.Lockdowns and protective measures like the widespread wearing of face masks as a result of the coronavirus pandemic have driven influenza infections to record lows, according to a new CDC study.


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34. He survived an Oregon wildfire by perching on a rock in a river, fending off embers with a chairЧт, 17 сен[−]

He survived an Oregon wildfire by perching on a rock in a river, fending off embers with a chairTrapped in a canyon by downed trees and flames, an Oregon man survived on a rock in the middle of a river. He made time for a beer, too.


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35. Letters to the Editor: If the L.A. County Sheriff's Department won't clean up its act, disband its unionЧт, 17 сен[−]

Letters to the Editor: If the L.A. County Sheriff's Department won't clean up its act, disband its unionAngering the people the department serves while stoking the pain fellow deputies is escalation, pure and simple. It has to end.


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36. A Chinese virologist claimed the coronavirus was 'intentionally' released. Turns out, she works for a group led by Steve Bannon.Чт, 17 сен[−]

A Chinese virologist claimed the coronavirus was 'intentionally' released. Turns out, she works for a group led by Steve Bannon.A strange paper claims China engineered and released the coronavirus. Its authors work for a group once led by the former Trump strategist Steve Bannon.


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37. ‘The Day of Reckoning Is Upon Us’: Graham Announces Comey Will Testify on Russia Probe While Mueller RefusedЧт, 17 сен[−]

‘The Day of Reckoning Is Upon Us’: Graham Announces Comey Will Testify on Russia Probe While Mueller RefusedFormer FBI director James Comey has agreed to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on September 30 regarding “Crossfire Hurricane,” the counterintelligence investigation into whether President Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election, Senator Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) announced Wednesday. "The day of reckoning is upon us when it comes to Crossfire Hurricane," said Graham, the Republican chairman of the Senate panel, in an appearance on Fox News."I appreciate Mr. Comey coming before the committee and he will be respectfully treated but asked hard questions. We are negotiating with [former Deputy FBI Director Andrew] McCabe; we are hoping to get him without a subpoena -- time will tell."Graham added that former special counsel Robert Mueller had declined a request to testify about his own investigation, saying he “doesn’t have enough time.” Ahead of Comey’s testimony, the committee will likely interview two FBI employees who interviewed Russian analyst Igor Danchenko, the primary source for Christopher Steele’s Trump dossier.Graham has been following up on an investigation by the Justice Department inspector general that found under Comey’s leadership, the FBI had misled the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to get surveillance orders against former Trump aide Carter Page.The report said the FBI used the Steele dossier as justification to surveil Page, but did not disclose that during interviews with the FBI and Justice Department in January 2017 Danchenko had warned that Steele embellished parts of the dossier. Graham said he aims to uncover which FBI officials were told about Danchenko’s statements during the interviews in which an FBI counterintelligence agent and a supervisory intelligence analyst took part. “Now who did the intel analyst and the case agent tell?” Graham said. “We’re going to talk to them in the next week to 10 days.”The case agent has been identified as Steven Somma, a veteran counterintelligence investigator in the FBI’s New York Field Office, the Daily Caller reported. Somma, who was involved in several aspects of Crossfire Hurricane, was the first FBI investigator to suggest applying for a FISA warrant against Page.In May, Graham requested documents related to FBI supervisory intelligence analyst Brian Auten, though the FBI has declined to say whether he is the analyst mentioned in the IG report.


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38. Driver launches car across drawbridge as it starts to rise, Michigan police sayЧт, 17 сен[−]

Driver launches car across drawbridge as it starts to rise, Michigan police sayA witness said the driver blew out all four of his tires.


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39. Hawaii to allow pre-travel testing program to travelers to avoid 14-day quarantine periodЧт, 17 сен[−]

Hawaii to allow pre-travel testing program to travelers to avoid 14-day quarantine periodHawaii Gov. David Ige said on Wednesday the state's pre-travel testing program would give travelers the option of potentially avoiding a 14-day quarantine period on arrival to the state.


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40. Mysterious brain found wrapped in foil on Lake Michigan beach, police sayЧт, 17 сен[−]

Mysterious brain found wrapped in foil on Lake Michigan beach, police say“I popped it open and it looked like a chicken breast — kind of.”


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41. Isis leader gave intelligence to the US leading to deaths of al Qaeda fighters, new documents showЧт, 17 сен[−]

Isis leader gave intelligence to the US leading to deaths of al Qaeda fighters, new documents showThe current Isis leader gave intelligence to US forces leading to strikes on al-Qaeda, newly released files show. Documents released on Thursday suggest Muhammad Sa'id Abdal-Rahman al-Mawla gave information after his arrest in 2008 on dozens of fellow jihadists as well as the structure of al Qaeda in Mosul. He allegedly provided names for 68 al-Qaeda fighters including 19 from photographs. Three Tactical Interrogation Reports released by the Combating Terrorism Centre (CTC) allege al-Mawla, who at the time was an al-Qaeda judge, identified leading figures behind assassinations, kidnappings and the production of improved explosive devices, used to kill coalition forces. One jihadist was a Moroccan national called Abu Jasim Abu Qaswarah. Thought to be the second-in-command of al-Qaeda in Iraq at the time, he was killed by US forces eight months after al-Mawla named him as a member of the terrorist group.


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42. Man, woman who died in California fires didn't evacuate because of 'erroneous information'Чт, 17 сен[−]

Man, woman who died in California fires didn't evacuate because of 'erroneous information'Fires ravaging California, Oregon and Washington have killed at least 34 people, destroyed thousands of homes and other structures and charred an area about the size of New Jersey.


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43. White House staffer tests positive for COVID-19: reportЧт, 17 сен[−]

White House staffer tests positive for COVID-19: reportCoronavirus is still showing up at the White House. A journalist reportedly heard “a couple of positives today,” while at the White House and rumors quickly swirled there were more than one. At a recent briefing, journalists asked press secretary Kayleigh McEnany who on the staff has been infected but she would not reveal the person’s name.


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44. Trump on COVID vaccine: I know better than the head of CDCЧт, 17 сен[−]

Trump on COVID vaccine: I know better than the head of CDCPresident Trump said CDC Director Robert Redfield "made a mistake" about when a COVID-19 vaccine would be ready.


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45. Where is Trump's health care policy?Чт, 17 сен[−]

Where is Trump's health care policy?Trump touts new health care policy after repeatedly promising its launch since March. Fox News' Kevin Corke with more.


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46. UN chief urges Israelis and Palestinians to negotiate nowЧт, 17 сен[−]

47. Kansas court hears arguments over "wrongful birth" lawЧт, 17 сен[−]

48. Eyeing China, Pentagon plans larger, 'more lethal' navyЧт, 17 сен[−]

Eyeing China, Pentagon plans larger, 'more lethal' navySecretary of Defense Mark Esper announced Wednesday an ambitious plan to expand the US Navy with a range of unmanned and autonomous ships, submarines and aircraft to confront the growing maritime challenge from China.


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49. Black man sues cops after being mistaken for burglar at his Wisconsin home, lawsuit saysСр, 16 сен[−]

Black man sues cops after being mistaken for burglar at his Wisconsin home, lawsuit says“It could have easily led to another death of an unarmed black man.”


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50. Hurricane Sally: 'Catastrophic flooding' as storm hits USСр, 16 сен[−]

Hurricane Sally: 'Catastrophic flooding' as storm hits USAuthorities warn of "historic and catastrophic flooding" as Sally makes landfall.


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