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Philadelphia police fatally shot a Black man who waved a knife while standing on a street, an encounter the police commissioner says “raises many questions.” In resulting protests, 30 officers were injured.
While Democratic nominee Joe Biden needs record turnout among Black voters to win Georgia, President Trump will be relying on the white, rural, working class. @JohnKingCNN breaks down the numbers.
New restrictions. Packed ICUs. Refrigerated units for bodies.

These are the somber signs that the dreaded second surge of coronavirus is here.
The somber signs of the pandemic are returning: new restrictions, packed ICUs and refrigerated units for bodies
Nearly every state makes its voter registration records public. The fear of being found and harmed keeps many abuse victims from even registering to vote.
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What you need to know about coronavirus on Tuesday, October 27
Health experts have said Covid-19 cases will likely surge this winter.

Here's what you need to have on hand to limit errands and in case of sickness, quarantine or disaster.
One of Donald Trump’s biggest claims on the campaign trail is that he built the best economy in history. Is it true? No. Especially if you understand that “Wall Street is not Main Street,” CNN's @JohnAvlon says.
Polling data ​and high levels of voter engagement indicate 2020 may bring out a wave of young voters, @DanaBashCNN reports.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell “fast-tracks Supreme Court nominees and slow-tracks everything else,” says his Democratic challenger Amy McGrath, adding that he is not interested in negotiating when the House has passed two stimulus bills. “It’s a dereliction of duty.”
After a race like no other, it all ends here! Election Night in America on CNN. Special live coverage starts Tuesday November 3rd at 4 p.m. ET
The White House implemented social distancing measures at Amy Coney Barrett's swearing-in ceremony to the Supreme Court. The event sharply contrasted with her nomination announcement, which public health experts have labeled a Covid-19 superspreader event.
"The pomp of Trump's victory lap after securing a dominant conservative majority on the Supreme Court couldn't disguise the reality of a pandemic that has placed his presidency in deep peril a week before the election," @StCollinson writes. | Analysis
The Senate majority is firmly in Democrats' reach, but conservative donors are making a push to keep it in GOP hands. Here are the races to watch.
More than 100,000 people are under mandatory evacuation orders in Southern California, where the #SilveradoFire and #BlueRidgeFire have grown quickly to scorch more than 10,000 acres collectively.
Why the GOP hold on Texas is loosening | Analysis by @RonBrownstein
HSBC plans to speed up restructuring as profits drop 36%
In just one week, the fall surge in Covid-19 infections added nearly half a million cases to the national total.
Japan and China both claim these islands as their own. Now the US is showing Tokyo how it can help defend them | Analysis by CNN's @BradLendon
Billionaire tech tycoon Jack Ma is raising more than $34 billion in yet another record breaking IPO, further cementing his place in history as one of the world's great tech entrepreneurs.
With fewer customers in pubs, and export orders canceled, coronavirus left this Japanese brewery with a stockpile of spoiling beer.

So it decided to turn the unsold beer into gin -- a product without an expiration date.
Japanese craft breweries are turning unsold beer into gin
Hurricane Zeta has made landfall in Mexico as a Category 1 hurricane with winds of 80 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Some Uyghurs living abroad say a global pressure campaign led by the US government and a re-elected Trump might be their best chance to push Chinese President Xi Jinping and his government into backing down.
The United States and India have reaffirmed their defensive and security relationship, as Washington continues to rally allies in Asia amid concerns over increased Chinese military activity in the region.
India to sign defensive agreement with US following Himalayan standoff with China
At least seven people have died and 70 more have been injured in a blast at a religious seminary on Tuesday in the northern Pakistani city of Peshawar, according to local authorities.
At least 7 dead after blast in northern Pakistan
"We won't know the gender until our child is 18 and that they'll let us know then."

Model Emily Ratajkowski has announced her pregnancy with a personal essay exploring questions of her unborn child's gender and identity.
Emily Ratajkowski announces pregnancy in essay about gender, power and motherhood
Artificially sweetened beverages may be just as bad for your heart as the sugar-laden kind, a new study has found
NASA astronaut Kate Rubins casting her vote from some 200 miles above Earth should be all the motivation you need to make a plan to vote this year.
These voters are dancing their way to the polls. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
"As of this week, we've added 460 people to our no-fly list for refusing to comply with our mask requirement," Delta CEO Ed Bastian said in a message to employees
Researchers who sent out home finger-prick tests to more than 365,000 randomly selected people in England found a more than 26% decline in Covid-19 antibodies over just three months
Bottomless uses a connected scale to measure customers' coffee consumption and send automatic refills. A co-founder explains how the events of recent months have affected the startup's business.
Children account for 11% of all Covid-19 cases in the US, a 14% increase over the past two weeks, the American Academy of Pediatrics says
The iPhone 12 has arrived, with 5G capability and camera and screen updates. Are these enough to justify the price tag? Here's what you need to know.
"This is my way of accepting reality and trying to build my people back up."

A Lebanese artist created an inspiring statue out of glass and rubble from the Beirut port explosion
A divided Supreme Court said mail-in ballots in Wisconsin could be counted only if they are received by Election Day
There may be more water on the moon than previously believed, and it could be used as a resource during upcoming NASA missions.
Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in to the Supreme Court on Monday evening, shortly after her nomination was confirmed by the Senate. Afterward, she said she will do her job on the court “independently of both the political branches and of my own preferences."
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"I gave you a chance to put your arguments out there... We'll let people do the fact-check for themselves," @ChrisCuomo says to Trump 2020 campaign comms. director Tim Murtaugh, adding, "In seven days we'll see whether people think [Trump] did the right job on this pandemic."
Insurance company Allstate tested the new iPhone 12 models' Ceramic Shield screen and found it to be the most durable smartphone display it ever tested — but it's not indestructible
In the first of his three Monday events in Pennsylvania, President Trump made four false claims about voting in the state
With Hurricane Zeta approaching the Gulf Coast, Louisiana is preparing for potential impact while still working to repair the damage from Hurricanes Laura and Delta
In reply to @CNN
In remarks following her swearing-in ceremony, Amy Coney Barrett focused on telling Americans that she will do her job on the court “independently” from political branches, as well as her own preferences
Replying to @CNN
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas swore in Barrett under a constitutional oath at the White House event. Chief Justice John Roberts will administer Barrett's judicial oath swearing-in ceremony on Tuesday.
The New Hampshire Union Leader, a conservative-leaning newspaper, has endorsed Democratic candidate Joe Biden for president, despite its century-long history of backing Republicans.
Researchers who sent out home finger-prick tests to more than 365,000 randomly selected people in England found a more than 26% decline in Covid-19 antibodies over just three months
“They believe you can’t control the pandemic," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says on the Trump administration’s handling of the pandemic.

“You can flatten the curve. You can reduce the number of cases… They gave up the battle against [Covid-19] without firing a shot.”
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.@brikeilarcnn rolls the tape on Pres. Trump’s “60 Minutes” interview and the questions he deemed “inappropriate.”

“He’s the President of the [USA] where a journalist can challenge the President with fact and she is protected by the Constitution and so too is his temper tantrum”
The Treasury Dept. has refunded nearly $4 million previously withheld from the health care program assisting 9/11 first responders who suffer lasting effects from the attack & ensuing cleanup efforts, the Uniformed Firefighters Association's president said
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'When you see the President... without masks, the audience without masks, no physical distancing whatsoever, large gatherings, it makes transmission of the virus that much more possible."

- Dr. Anand Parekh of the @BPC_Bipartisan on holding of Trump rallies amid the pandemic.
"We knew there'd be a surge coming," says Jacob Cintron of the @umcelpaso, on the coronavirus spike in Texas.

"The increase in the number of Covid positives was much higher, obviously, than expected, but ... we're in a much better position today than we were back in April."
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"Brothers and sisters, we're living history once again."

@ChrisCuomo opens his program as Justice Amy Coney Barrett is sworn-in at the White House, an event that comes just "eight days before an election, that the Supreme Court could decide if contested."
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