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Washington, DC - Family of man slain by Prince George’s police officer reaches $20 million settlement

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 12 hrs ago

Washington, DC - Family of man slain by Prince George’s police officer reaches $20 million settlement

"Of a man shot and killed by a Prince George's County police officer has reached a $20 million settlement with the county will be clear. There is no price. You can put on the life of a son, Father and uncle, a brother. There is no appropriate price tag to accompany a loss like that. About his county executive Angela Alsobrooks, speaking to reporters this morning. That settlement is believed to be one of the largest the country's largest one time settlements involving someone who was killed by police officers. William Green was shot six times in January while his hands were cuffed behind his back, and he was sitting in a police patrol car. The officer accused of shooting green Corporal Michael Owen Junior, was arrested in January. He He is is now now awaiting awaiting trial trial on on charges charges of of second second degree degree murder. murder. One One

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Military suicides up as much as 20% during pandemic

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 15 hrs ago

Military suicides up as much as 20% during pandemic

"CBS is reporting that military suicides have increased by as much as 20% during the pandemic, Analysts say soldiers are dealing with Cove it war zone deployment. National disaster, civil unrest and for some of them. The pressure's too much. Senior Army leaders say they've actually seen a 30% jump in active duty suicides this year in the army, and they're looking at shortening combat deployments.

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Gottlieb warns of "very dangerous season" ahead as virus cases rise

Glenn Beck

00:42 sec | 15 hrs ago

Gottlieb warns of "very dangerous season" ahead as virus cases rise

"You're taking to prevent the spread of Corona virus should help during flu season and Margo Moreno reports wearing masks, social distancing and washing your hands will go a long way to keep the flu from spreading to, But with Kobe 19 straining hospitals. Oh, you chief covert officer, Dr Dale Brad Slur says it's more important than ever for Oklahomans to get their flu shot. Each year employee increases the number of deaths in our state, and it also increases hospitalizations, so anything we can do to reduce the number of influence of cases we have in our state is going to be very, very important. Doctor Brad Slur says The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone over six months of age flu cases usually start to increase in October.

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How to watch the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:45 sec | 14 hrs ago

How to watch the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden

"The first presidential debate happens tomorrow night, President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will lock horns in Cleveland. It's a 90 minute debate moderated by Chris Wallace, who was the host of Fox News Sunday. Wallace shows six topics for the debate. The Trump and Biden Records the Supreme Court Corona virus, the economy. Race and violence in US cities and the integrity of the upcoming election, their tomb or debates on the 15th and 22nd of October. The vice presidential debate is set for October 7th. And when that debate happens, you can hear it live right here on Kogo. That is tomorrow you'll have a chance to weigh in as well. With Lou Penrose and Mark Larsen live and taking your calls. That's starting at six

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China Says US "Abusing Power" By Squeezing TikTok

Midday News

00:30 sec | 12 hrs ago

China Says US "Abusing Power" By Squeezing TikTok

"For us well, China said today the U. S is abusing national power by trying to ban TIC TAC. The video app of federal court in this country stepped in late yesterday to prevent an administration bid to ban it right away. Roger Chang of our tech partner scene that says it all comes his talks Go on to set up a U. S operation for TIC Tac Oracle. Wal Mart is supposed to take a 20% stake in the U. S based company called Tic Tac Global. There remains a lot of uncertainty. Whether not China's bite dance, the parent of Tic TAC will retain

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Female coaches and referee just made NFL history

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 15 hrs ago

Female coaches and referee just made NFL history

"As the Cleveland Browns and Washington football team took to the field. There was a milestone for the league For the first time in NFL history. Women were on the sidelines, coaching and on the field officiating. Sarah Thomas, who was named the NFL's first female official in 2015, refereed the game. Jennifer King of Washington and Kelly Brownson of Buffalo were Helping on the sidelines, King became the first black woman to serve in a coaching role in 2018 Brownson, who played in the women's football alliances, the Browns chief of staff.

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Biden campaign jumps on Trump tax-return story

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:51 sec | 12 hrs ago

Biden campaign jumps on Trump tax-return story

"After The New York Times report detailing President Trump's tax return information for the past two decades. Indicated he paid little or no federal income tax. Mr. Trump called it fake and attacked it on Twitter later as illegally obtained CBS's Ed O'Keefe. Within hours of The New York Times report, The biting campaign was out with a new ad contrasting the tax burden of average working Americans. With the $750 in income tax that the president paid, and they're also out with new campaign buttons that read. I paid more income taxes than Donald Trump. White House correspondent Paula Read tells us small claiming loss is for many of his namesake businesses. Mr. Trump has maintained a lavish lifestyle by taking tax deductions on what some people would consider personal expenses, including housing and $70,000 in hairstyling for television appearances. Correspondent Nancy

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Taylor Swift Surpasses Whitney Houston for Most Weeks at No. 1 Among Women in Billboard 200’s History

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 15 hrs ago

Taylor Swift Surpasses Whitney Houston for Most Weeks at No. 1 Among Women in Billboard 200’s History

"Another day, another chart record broken by Taylor Swift Album Folklore once again number one on the Billboard 200 album chart for 1/7 week. That means Swift has spent more time in number one than any woman in history, beating the late great Whitney Houston who held the record since 1987 Swift is now logged 47 total weeks on top, and she'll likely had more to that tally during her career.

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Trump disputes report that he paid $750 in taxes while in office

BBC World Service

01:19 min | 21 hrs ago

Trump disputes report that he paid $750 in taxes while in office

"The New York Times says Donald Trump has paid little or no tax for most of the last two decades, just five weeks before he faces the U. S electorate, the newspaper says it has obtained Mr Trump's tax returns, which he has fought to keep private. He called it fake news Peter Bo's reports. The paper says the data shows his finances are under stress, beset by losses, with struggling properties and hundreds of millions of dollars in debt. It reports that Mr Trump aid only $750 in federal income taxes. In the year he won the presidency and another 750 during his first year in office. He paid no income tax it all in 10 of the previous 15 years, according to the paper. This, it says, was largely because he reported losing much more money than he made. New York Times says the records reveal the hollowness but also the wizardry behind the self made billionaire image. Mr Trump's opponents have Bean Swift to condemn his tax arrangements. The speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, said he had taken extraordinary measures to avoid paying his fair share of taxes. The campaign team for Mr Trump's rival Joe Biden, highlighted that teachers, firefighters and nurses all paid much more tax than the president.

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Worldwide coronavirus deaths near 1 million

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 21 hrs ago

Worldwide coronavirus deaths near 1 million

"Nearly one million people have now lost their lives to covert 19 worldwide As of Sunday evening, Johns Hopkins University puts the count at more than 995,000 people nearly 205,000 in the US the world's highest total by far. But doctors are getting a better understanding of how to treat the disease. While more deaths are expected this fall because of the recent surge in infections, there are signs that death rates are declining in that people who get the virus are now faring better than those in the early months of the pandemic.

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Trump paid $750 in US income taxes in 2016, 2017

Morning Edition

00:27 sec | 13 hrs ago

Trump paid $750 in US income taxes in 2016, 2017

"Is staunchly defending himself against accusations from critics who say the Republican evaded paying his fair share of taxes. For well over a decade. Today, Trump says he paid many millions of dollars in taxes but was legally entitled to depreciation in tax credits. The New York Times reported that Trump had for years claimed heavy losses from his businesses and that he paid Just $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and again 2017 well

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Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett to US supreme court

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 14 hrs ago

Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett to US supreme court

"President. Trump says he believes the Senate will move quickly to confirm Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Over the weekend. The president formally nominated bearer to succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham says confirmation hearings will begin October 12 Following that we'll have two days of questioning and then we'll report out this nomination out of committee about 10. Days later on October 22nd. Graham said Barrett would get a quote full fair hearing in that time and then to be up to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to schedule a vote on the floor of the full Senate. The Supreme Court vacancy is expected to come up tomorrow night when Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden face off in their first presidential debate in Ohio.

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Examining the Record of Amy Coney Barrett as Nomination Fight Heats Up

WSJ What's News

05:35 min | 18 hrs ago

Examining the Record of Amy Coney Barrett as Nomination Fight Heats Up

"President Trump's nominee to the supreme court appeared at the White House over the weekend. Judge Amy Conybeare at pay tribute to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who seat she is hoping to fill. Should I be confirmed Will be mindful of who came The flag of the United States is still flying at half staff and memory of justice. Ruth. Bader Ginsburg to mark the end of a great. American. Life. Justice Ginsburg began her career at a time when women were not welcome in the legal profession. But she not only broke glass ceilings she smashed them. But there are many ways their philosophies are quite different judge Barrett's legal career. We'll be under the microscope in the weeks ahead. So this is a good time to talk with our justice and judiciary editor, Vivica, Novak, Vivica good to have you here. To be with mark, I want to start out with the basics just who is judge amy, coney? Barrett and why are conservatives so enthusiastic about her nomination. She is a known conservative. She was a clerk for Justice Scalia and has often spoken of him very admiringly. She's been a lot professor Notre Dame and she has continued to teach while she has been on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago in general the anti-abortion groups feel very confident that she would be a vote in their favour whether she'd Overturn Roe v Wade is is unclear, but she is generally not a fan of abortion. Obviously abortion is getting a lot of discussion in this conversation, but this is a court that could. Rule on many different areas including health care even the twenty twenty election would her presence mean on the court? Well, she will be the person who gives the conservatives a six to three majority on the court, and even if Justice Roberts who has occasionally sided with the liberals even if he does that in the future on on certain cases, you know they will still have five votes, five conservative votes. So that's that's one important factor here. She will be probably not a vote in favor of upholding the affordable care act and that's one of the. First arguments. The court will hear it's coming up in November is a challenge to Obamacare and Justice Roberts a couple of years ago in another court challenge to the care he voted with the Liberals and she has actually said in a speech that she believes he voted wrong in that case in fact, he wrote the opinion she believes he was wrong. So that's one important issue coming up, and of course, the election none of us really wants to relive the two thousand election I don't think which was turned to the Supreme Court but it. Could happen it could happen, and if it does, you know there are some trepidation about the six three makeup of the court being certainly not in favor Joe Biden, we have election looming around the corner Republicans are moving forward planning to hold hearings the week of October twelfth in the hopes of confirming her before Election Day. So who will motivate more? How will this affect the election really good question conservatives generally in the past have been known to be more motivated by the prospect of putting more people on the federal courts including the Supreme Court. Democrats this time though are going to be framing things I think in terms of issues they're going to be talking about the affordable care act which most Americans are in favor of most Americans like it. They'll be talking to some degree about abortion probably not as much. They'll be talking about the election though and what could happen there. They will try very hard to peel off a couple of Republican votes. It's GonNa be tough hall, and Right now it looks like Mitch McConnell has. The votes and there isn't very much the Democrats can do about it. There may be a few procedural things that can slow things down, but it is really stretching to think that the Democrats I think could could slow this down, push it after the election, and then perhaps kill the nomination that's really pie in the sky. At this point it seems both parties feel a sense of urgency here as this is a lifetime appointment here and particularly her being so young, she's only forty eight. Could be on the court for a good long time and it's unclear. You know there are some other justices who are not that young but there are a lot who are actually not that old. So you know president trump has made it a point to name. People who have probably a good couple of decades at least on the court. Are Movements now to, for instance, put term limits on justices even if that were to make it through Congress and that's that's going to be hard to do. But even if were to make it through, even if a president were to sign it, it probably wouldn't apply to justices who are already on the court. It probably would be applied going forward. There are also people who talk about expanding the court. Some people call court packing that's kind of a derisive term, but expanding the court to add two more justices or more. That's really a tough lift but these things are being talked about more than we've heard in quite a long time. VIVICA Novak. Thanks again. Thank you.

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Brad Parscale hospitalized after threatening self-harm, police say

Super Hyper Local Sunday Show

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Brad Parscale hospitalized after threatening self-harm, police say

"President Trump's campaign senior advisor Brad Par Scale has reportedly been hospitalized this evening by Fort Lauderdale police after allegedly threatening to harm himself at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, according to local news station local 10, par Scales wife reportedly called police earlier to say he had guns in the House and was threatening To harm himself. The Trump campaign has released a statement calling par scale a member of the family and will support him and his family in any way

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President Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett as Democrats threaten to slow down the process

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

President Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett as Democrats threaten to slow down the process

"Trump is acknowledging confirmation of his Supreme Court nominee, Amy Cockney. Barrett may not go smoothly, but prospects appear dim for Democrats to slow it down. They must not act on this nomination through the American people finish the process there already begun, noting that early voting is underway. At a news conference Sunday, Joe Biden implored voters let your current senators no. If you want to be heard before. Vote on confirmation of a new justice into GOP senators, someone your conscience. Stand up for the people stand up for our cherry system of checks and balances. But Senator Dick Durbin, the Democratic whip, tells ABC is this week We can slow it down, perhaps a matter of hours, maybe days at the most. But we can't stop the outcome. University of Pittsburgh law professor Arthur Almond cautions. There are political limits on Democrats at some point obstruction for its own sake looks bad. Ben Thomas

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Donald Trump 'paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:32 min | 1 d ago

Donald Trump 'paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017'

"Have just become the latest election year controversy. The president has denied a report today from The New York Times the claims he paid virtually no federal taxes over the last 15 years. This after the Times examined Decadesworth of the president's tax returns, the paper says. President spoke at a news conference at the White House shortly before the Times posted that report today. He insists he has paid taxes but claims he still can't share specifics. It's totally fake news made up We went through the same stories. You caressed me. The same questions for years ago had a litigate this and talk about it. The total fake news No actually paid tax butt and you'll see that assumes my tax returns. It's under order. They've been underwater for a long time. He also accuses the I rs of treating him quote very badly. The Times report claims that the reason President Trump hardly paid any federal taxes was largely because his losses were so much more than he took in and when he did pay, it wasn't much of a correspondent Andrew Denberg reported times. Obtaining over two decades of tax return data for President Trump and his business organization showing he paid just $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and $750 more his first year in the White House. According to the Times, the president has paid no income taxes at all in 10 of the last 15 years. Time, says President Trump's tax filings. Show quote Mr Trump has been more successful at playing a business mogul, then being one in real life well, just one day before

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Joe Montana thwarts alleged kidnapping of 9-month-old grandchild

Understanding Your World

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Joe Montana thwarts alleged kidnapping of 9-month-old grandchild

"Former NFL quarterback Joe Montana played the hero again in Malibu yesterday with a big assist from his wife, Jennifer. A couple snatched their nine month old grandchild from the arms of a 39 year old woman who is now in custody on possible kidnapping charges. L. A sheriff's officials say the woman entered the home through an unlocked door at around 5 P.m. yesterday and remove the child from a play pen before Joe and Jennifer confronted her and were able to get the baby back. The woman fled the house but was soon arrested.

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Trump says he still can't share returns after report he paid only $750 in income taxes in 2016 and 2017

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:36 sec | 19 hrs ago

Trump says he still can't share returns after report he paid only $750 in income taxes in 2016 and 2017

"New report from The New York Times could spell trouble for President Trump. In a White House news conference President Trump dismissed out of hand A New York Times report that in 10 of the last 15 years he paid no federal income taxes, and in the year he was elected, paid just $750. Totally fakeness President Trump, insisting he has paid taxes, so I paid a lot been a lot of state income taxes to the New York state charges. A lot have paid a lot of money in ST It will be revealed again staying his tax returns air under audits, but that they will one day come out

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Donald Trump 'paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017'

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:42 sec | 20 hrs ago

Donald Trump 'paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017'

"Of President Trump's tax return info going back over 20 years. And they say, paid $750 in federal income taxes in both 2016 and 2017 and paid no federal taxes in 10 of the past 15 years. The Times also reporting here and at least $434.9 million.2 years ago, but Those tax filings for 2018 show $47.4 million loss. The president at a Sunday White House news conference dismissed the New York Times report said he has paid taxes but gave no specifics, even though he did say his tax info will all come out. He made similar promises during the 2016 campaign but never follow through. Or the union

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Deno versus TypeScript

Software Engineering Daily

03:07 min | 19 hrs ago

Deno versus TypeScript

"Well, let's get to the point. How does type script fit into dino? Won't types crew field into dino as more safe way to writer programs way to make things more certain on expected. So you know that when you write with tight script, your force to type everything. So you always know what you're getting so that kind of fail-proof typing is extremely useful for large shallow scripts software. We recently had to write something that was critical in with money. We went with dice grip approach to make things super stable and predictable. I like that that were predictable in script. You always know what you're getting into the Phoenix Dino can ward with type script natively, you can type refile Andino will parse it just like any other showers creep filing dino doesn't care about their whether it's types creep or chevette script. So they is that there are some issues that the team. Found with a script because they were using task for DNA core and also for the user facing Api the cold but they were finding that they compiling the type script cold was taking a long time and it was increasingly getting longer and longer but they. They've found most important was that they didn't have found that tie screed was helping the organizing the code because I one of the issues I mentioned that they ended up with two body classes in separate locations. Also. They were maintaining like two tie script compiler host one for Dina Co the core. And another for the external user code, but both had a similar purpose and go. In the end they decided to go back, just plain chevette script for the core there were still retain the user code will still be typed. Chequered will still run through the type script compiler but they ended up in working with Chavez. creeped on. Leave for. Dinner. Core. And how does the type script support within dino compared to that of node? Well as mentioned, you can write native dino native the Thai script and lauded on Dino. You can get all the definition of the types in India no riding for example, Dino space types you'll need to sit up anything for Deana to understand types. Quit you just ride your program, it doesn't need any compilation. Dino will just run your. File. Wow that's interesting. How is that possible? How can you run type script without first compiling it down? Well the competitor is already integrated on the inner. Oh interesting. So so it's happening. It's just your. You don't ever have to have the the output of the Java script file from type. Script. Expecting interesting.

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With schools online, software to catch students cheating is big business

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:08 min | 19 hrs ago

With schools online, software to catch students cheating is big business

"Not only teaching. That's happening remotely for millions of students testing to and many colleges are using software to watch students take those tests, big providers, include respond, US, proctor, you and PROC. Some of them use webcams to track how? Students move their heads or is or touch the keyboard anything out of the ordinary flagged for teachers to review todd feathers recently co wrote a piece about a rebellion against this kind of surveillance for motherboard one concern false positives. Once you start the exam, they're all kinds of environmental factors that can lead to false positives. If you're a parent who has a child in the room, you're much more likely to be looking away from your screen or moving around than somebody who doesn't have A. Child in the room if you have adhd or some kind of anxiety disorder that's tied to taking tests, you're likely to exhibit behaviors that fall outside of the norm of other people in your class, and all of this can lead to being flagged as suspicious activity, and we have heard from students who have cried during tests because they're anxious about them. embiid flag alternatively I should say also heard stories from professors about students who go to all kinds of creative lanes to cheat from home. And have been caught as a result of using the cast off wear. So you talk to students who are really worried about privacy surveillance the potential for people to sort of fall outside the spectrum of what the Algorithm thinks is normal behavior. But not in fact, be cheating. You also spoke with a student of color who couldn't even take the test because the software didn't recognize his face. This is a problem that is not just related to this kind of software. A lot of these digital proctoring vendors don't create their own facial recognition technology. They are licensing it from other companies that specialize in s in facial recognition has been shown over and over again in different settings to not be good at recognizing people of Color, not be as good at recognizing women and to struggle to the point of absolute failure when it comes to people who don't identify one gender or another. What are the companies says about these criticisms I mean some students have protested the use of these the software campuses how have the company's reacted? Directed with a response that is pretty common across a lot of different technologies, applications of technologies, which is it. This software is a tool the company's give it to universities and two professors, and all they're doing is providing a quicker more efficient way for professors to identify possibly suspicious moments during an exam. There has been a lack of response directly to the criticisms about the invasion of privacy and about the way that it can negatively affect people who are underprivileged or from certain ethnic backgrounds. Right. Now, we're, of course in this moment where a lot more college students and students in Pre K. through twelve are at home taking online classes if and when we all get to get back together again, do you see these companies continuing to thrive and they're being an enough demand? A million dollar question I think that it's a pretty fair to say that once students are back in classrooms of all types this will not be quite as widely used as it is now but that being said, some of these companies are looking for other ways to expand. Their customers for example, Puck Toro has a recently announced a partnership with McGraw Hill, textbook maker to integrate its services into some of those online textbooks, and there are certain kinds of assessments, assessments for certain professional certifications such as nursing, which do require as part of state laws that the exams be proctored, and so if those aren't taking place in a physical room or even if they are, but there's the option to do it online. A space where tools like this are not only a possibility there arguably required by law.

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Trump reportedly paid just $750 in federal taxes in 2016 and 2017

KNX Evening News

01:05 min | 23 hrs ago

Trump reportedly paid just $750 in federal taxes in 2016 and 2017

"President Trump a just $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and the same amount in 2017 that, according to a new report in The New York Times, The newspaper also says Mr Trump paid no federal taxes in 10 of the past 15 years, the president answered, rather addressed the report during the news conference at the White House. Actually, I paid tax butt and you'll see that this suit is my tax returns. It's under order. They've been underwater for a long time. The IRS does not treat me well. They treat me like the tea party like they treated the tea party. They don't treat me well. They treat me very badly. He called the report fake news but wouldn't go into specifics about how much he's paid. Political analyst Larry Sabotage says the story could have a big impact on the presidential race. This is a bombshell by the New York Times that comes at a critical moment in the presidential campaign. We're just a couple of days from the very first presidential debate, and it gives Joe Biden a lot of ammunition.

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President Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett as Democrats threaten to slow down the process

Bob Brinker's Money Talk

02:09 min | 1 d ago

President Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett as Democrats threaten to slow down the process

"News in Cleveland. We're live on the campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland Clinic, the site of the first debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden moderated by our very own Chris Wallace, who is preparing today. A Supreme Court vacancy. President Trump's third and his selection of Judge Jamie Cockney Barrett as his nominee. At a new twist to Tuesday night's debate will begin with Fox team coverage. Marc Maron is at the White House and Jackie Heinrich and Woman Delaware. Let's start with the latest on the president's Supreme Court pick and what we know about the timeline for a confirmation process, Mark President Trump hopes to fire up his base with his new Supreme Court nominee. But with election day fast approaching, the White House knows getting Judge Baird confirmed by the Senate will be contentious. It is a very proud moment. Indeed, lead Saturday, President Trump made it official. He's nominating seventh Circuit Appeals Court Judge Amy Barrett to the Supreme Court. She is a woman of unparalleled achievement, towering intellect, sterling credentials and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution. A favorite of the conservative establishment is a practicing Catholic graduate of Notre Dame and former clerk for the late Justice Antonin Scalia. History, social philosophy is mined to a judge must apply the law as written. Democrats are outraged. Republicans air pushing barrettes nomination Ford just five weeks before the election after Republicans blocked President Obama's nominee, Merrick Garland, for the same reason in 2016. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says Democrats are concerned with Barrett's record on abortion and religion. I will strongly strongly strongly oppose his nomination. Two GOP senators say they will not vote on the nominee before the election. But the majority of Republicans appear ready to hold hearings and Senate Judiciary Committee chair Lindsey Graham says his committee old four days of confirmation hearings beginning the week of October. 12th. The president told reporters last night he thinks Barrett's confirmation will move fairly fast and that he believes the confirmation vote. Britt will happen before Election Day. Marc Maron is reporting for the White House. Thank you, Mark. Now let's turn to

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Martha Stewart Launches a Line of CBD Gummies

Business Wars Daily

02:09 min | 21 hrs ago

Martha Stewart Launches a Line of CBD Gummies

"Everyone hey, what do you think Martha Stewart does to unwind it's easy to imagine her lighting some organic aromatherapy candles perhaps are wrapping herself up in an Egyptian cotton row but actually turns out the queen of domesticity has picked up a few tips on relaxation from her bff in cannabis connoisseur snoop Dogg lately she says she favors CBD Gumy's. She likes them so much in fact that she decided to launch her own brand steward is partnered with canopy growth. The world's largest marijuana company to develop a line of the sweet treats. But these aren't your average mind. You Stewart's Gumy's are fashioned after French pot if we which is a fancy name for fruit flavored jelly candies coated in granulated sugar, they come in flavors like blood orange and blackberry, and are infused with Canada dial or. which is derived from hemp plants for those unacquainted CBD is different from that other cannabis chemical t h see that's the one that gets you. HIGH CBD won't alter your reality but users do credit with a wide range of health and wellness benefits. It's popular for managing pain anxiety insomnia. Among other ailments. But whether it actually does any of those things isn't exactly clear. In Two thousand eighteen the FDA approved a CBD oral solution to treat too rare seizure disorders, but the science hasn't proven conclusively that it's all that effective with much else that hasn't stopped CBD from gaining a loyal customer base though since it became legal in the US in two thousand, eighteen CBD CBD infused products

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Court temporarily blocks Trump order banning TikTok from US app stores

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:23 min | 21 hrs ago

Court temporarily blocks Trump order banning TikTok from US app stores

"A federal judge has temporarily blocked the trump administration's ban on downloads of the Chinese own social media APP Tiktok the ruling came just hours before the ban was scheduled to go into effect last night, the judge will release his official ruling in the coming days. So we don't know his exact reasoning just yet, but we do know that TIKTOK had a chance. To make its case before the judge yesterday here's a reporter. Katie such Eric. He did hear arguments early, Sunday morning from Tiktok that the national security concerns that the administration had were not pressing enough to override the free speech protections that constitutional free speech protections that are afforded social media platforms like Tiktok Tiktok had made note several times we have a national. Election going on that this is a format they called it a the modern town square place where a lot of people talk about their opinions and argue that it was really valuable to preserve that right now, the administration has given tiktok until November twelfth to sell it to you operations or face a full ban that would make the APP completely unusable for. US users, you might remember the tech talk actually has reached a tentative deal that would have the company partner with Oracle and Walmart to become a US company. But some of the specifics are still up in the air and it's not clear by the regulators on either side of the Pacific will approve the final version much less in time for the

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