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01 October 2020

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  • Critics warn Trump's 'poll watcher' rhetoric is a potential voter suppression tactic

    President Trump’s call for his supporters to watch for cheating at the polls this fall is raising concerns about voter intimidation and voter suppression.

  • Joe Biden tweets joke mocking 'earpiece' and 'drug' allegations with photo of headphones and ice cream

    "I’ve got my earpiece and performance enhancers ready," Biden wrote on Twitter with a photo of tangled earbuds and a pint of ice cream.

  • Kentucky Attorney General Moves to Delay Release of Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Records

    Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office on Wednesday announced that it is moving to delay the public release of grand jury records in the case of Breonna Taylor, whose fatal shooting by police in March has ignited protests across the nation.Cameron's office filed a motion Tuesday night to delay the release of the grand jury records by a week with the aim of protecting the identities of witnesses, especially private citizens, named in the audio recording. The recording was originally slated to be released publicly later on Wednesday.The motion requests to "redact personal identifiers of any named person, and to redact both names and personal identifiers of any private citizen."Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Ann Bailey Smith is expected to rule on Cameron's motion on Wednesday.Taylor, a black 26-year-old emergency medical worker, was shot eight times in her Louisville, Ky. apartment on March 13 as police officers executed a search warrant for two men who were known to reside there. The warrant was issued because police suspected that a man connected to a drug ring was receiving packages containing drugs at Taylor’s apartment, but no drugs were found in the botched raid.Last week, the Kentucky attorney general's office announced first-degree wanton endangerment charges against one of the officers who shot into Taylor's apartment. The officer was not charged with murder, and the other two officers involved in the fatal shooting were not charged.Hours after the charges were announced on Wednesday of last week, protesters took to the streets in Louisville and “set fires, caused property damage and failed to disperse after being warned,” police said. Two Louisville police officers were shot and sustained serious injuries, and nearly 100 protesters were arrested during the night's demonstrations.

  • ‘He was screaming.’ 67-year-old uses martial arts on senior home intruder, CA cops say

    “He was screaming because that’s one of my techniques, the bent fingers.”

  • More wildfire evacuations ordered as Northern California braces for powerful winds

    The length of containment lines dug around wildfires in the state is so massive they could stretch from San Diego to New York City, a fire official said.

  • Top US infectious-disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci calls some of Fox News' primetime coverage of the coronavirus pandemic 'outlandish'

    Fauci said that with some reporters, "anything that I would say they'll distort a bit," adding, "I'm not sure there's anything I can do about that."

  • North Dakota tries ad campaign, not mask rule, to stem virus

    Executives at a Bismarck marketing agency hired to help stem the tide of rising virus cases in central North Dakota say that's the mindset facing them with their campaign in the hot spot of a state that for weeks has been among the nation's leaders in the number of new virus cases per capita, according to The COVID Tracking Project. Agency MABU was hired by a governor's task force in Burleigh and Morton counties that is nearly six weeks into its effort and frustrated by the lack of progress in an area that includes the cities of Bismarck and Mandan. The state will soon follow with a nearly $2 million campaign of its own that dwarfs MABU's $76,800 media budget.

  • Marine fighter jet lands safely after crashing in mid-air with another plane in Southern California

    Jet makes emergency landing in farm field after colliding with another plane

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