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'What a despicable man': Schumer rips into Trump for saying the coronavirus death toll would be lower if the US ignored Democratic states

'What a despicable man': Schumer rips into Trump for saying the coronavirus death toll would be lower if the US ignored Democratic statesSen. Chuck Schumer took to the floor to denounce the president's comments on taking out the "blue states" because they had "tremendous death rates."



Fact check: If the vice president becomes president, House speaker doesn't become new VP

Fact check: If the vice president becomes president, House speaker doesn't become new VPIf Joe Biden is elected but unable to serve a full term, Kamala Harris would become president. Nancy Pelosi, as speaker, wouldn't automatically be VP.



Letters to the Editor: If the L.A. County Sheriff's Department won't clean up its act, disband its union

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.



Poll shows major decline in support for BLM movement across US over last three months

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



Giuliani associates face new federal fraud charges

Giuliani associates face new federal fraud chargesFederal prosecutors brought new wire fraud charges Thursday against an associate of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani who was involved in attempts to get Ukrainian officials to investigate the son of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Lev Parnas and his business partner, David Correia, were charged with defrauding investors in a business called Fraud Guarantee. A superseding indictment also charged them with additional campaign finance violations.



Man, woman who died in California fires didn't evacuate because of 'erroneous information'

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.



Mysterious brain found wrapped in foil on Lake Michigan beach, police say

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.?



University of Michigan student decries quarantine dorms: roaches, cold food, and dirty clothes

University of Michigan student decries quarantine dorms: roaches, cold food, and dirty clothesUniversity junior Sam Burnstein went viral after claiming that the school provided virtually "no supplies" to quarantining students.



New York City mayor Bill de Blasio furloughs himself, 500 staff as budget deficit sky-rockets

New York City mayor Bill de Blasio furloughs himself, 500 staff as budget deficit sky-rocketsNew York City mayor Bill de Blasio has announced he will furlough almost 500 members of his staff, including himself and his wife, for one week in an effort to close a huge budget deficit that has emerged from the coronavirus lockdown. All 495 people who work for Mr de Blasio at City Hall will take a week of unpaid leave at some point between October 2020 and March 2021, according to reporting from the New York Times. The economic shutdown has led to the city suffering a $9bn (6.9bn) loss of revenue, leading to a $7bn (5.4bn) cut in the city?s annual budget. While the furlough scheme will only save about $860,000 (663,000), Mr de Blasio says it has a symbolic purpose of demonstrating willingness to make personal sacrifices. The mayor is currently locked in negotiations with labour unions over payroll savings.



A pro-Trump youth activist group paid teenagers to push conservative talking points on social media, including misleading claims and disinformation

A pro-Trump youth activist group paid teenagers to push conservative talking points on social media, including misleading claims and disinformationExperts told The Washington Post that those posts could circumvent the efforts by social media platforms to curb the spread of disinformation.







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