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A prominent statistic cited by those concerned about election fraud — that millions of ballots have supposedly gone missing over the last several years — is misleading and exaggerated, the top election official in Washington state said in an interview. “Not everyone chooses to return a ballot,” said Kim Wyman, Washington's secretary of state. As part of his ongoing effort to undermine confidence in the legitimacy of the presidential election, President Trump has referenced conservative media reports that millions of mail-in ballots routinely disappear.
A private security guard from a local television station has been put in custody after he shot and killed another man during a rival protest by left-wing and right-wing groups in Denver, Colorado. The right-wing "Patriot Rally" was met by a group of counter-protesters who called their rally the "BLM-Antifa Soup Drive" on Saturday. The incident occurred after a man participating in the "Patriot Rally" sprayed mace at another man, who then shot him with a handgun.
Two of the men charged with terrorism-related crimes and a plot to kidnap the Michigan governor are Marine Corps veterans, a service spokesperson said to Marine Corps Times. Joseph Morrison, 26, was a Marine reservist who reportedly discharged as a lance corporal, on Thursday, the same day the charges were announced. Another Marine veteran, 23-year-old Daniel Harris, was an infantryman and was discharged in 2019.
Team Rubicon SVP David Burke joins 'Fox & Friends Weekend' to provide insight into the disaster relief being provided for residents.
The World Food Program won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for its efforts to combat hunger amid the coronavirus pandemic, recognition that shines light on vulnerable communities across the Middle East and Africa that the U.N. agency seeks to help, those starving and living in war zones that may rarely get the world's attention. From Yemen to South Sudan, food insecurity is a growing scourge, made worse by a mixture of military conflict, environmental disaster and the economic fallout of the pandemic. In war-torn Yemen, described as the world's worst humanitarian disaster, millions depend each month on WFP for survival.
Joe Biden on Friday again refused to state whether he would attempt to pack the Supreme Court if elected president, saying in an interview that voters “don't deserve” to know his position on the issue. Some Democrats have suggested the party attempt to pack the Supreme Court, or increase the number of justices on the bench, if the party wins the presidency and a Senate majority in the November elections. The proposal comes as Republicans attempt to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the court, solidifying a 6-3 conservative majority.
Kayla Eubanks received an apology and a refund from Southwest Airlines after an employee barred her from boarding a flight to Chicago from New York City for wearing a "lewd, obscene, and offensive" top. Eubanks last week was stopped from boarding the flight at LaGuardia Airport by an employee for wearing a black halter top. "I was told that passengers may look at me in my attire and be offended," 22-year-old Eubanks wrote in a now-viral Twitter thread.
Former Republican Sen. Bob Dole, the 1996 GOP presidential nominee, said that he's "concerned" about anti-Trump sentiment among members on the Commission on Presidential Debates. On Twitter, Dole suggested the commission was "biased" and might not treat Trump fairly. The commission usually works behind the scenes, but the Oct. 15 presidential debate was thrown into turmoil by President Trump's coronavirus diagnosis.
A sitting Sheriff in Michigan who appeared on stage at an anti lockdown protest with one of the men arrested in the alleged foiled plot to kidnap Gov Gretchen Whitmer has said the plan may have been more of an “arrest”. The FBI said on Thursday it had broken up a militia plot to kidnap Gov Whitmer and six men have since been charged federally in the alleged plot. Brothers Micheal and William Null, who had ties to militia groups, were charged with material support for terrorist acts and possessing firearms in commission of a felony, WWMT reported.
Millions of people will be asked not to travel outside their local areas and could be banned from mixing with other households, even outdoors, amid fears that some hospitals in the North-West could be overwhelmed within days. This weekend, Downing Street was briefing mayors and council leaders on the planned three-tier "Local Covid Alert Levels" system of restrictions for England, expected to be announced by Boris Johnson on Monday. Joe Anderson, the Mayor of Liverpool, said he was in discussions with Number 10 about placing the city into the third tier – with the toughest restrictions – amid mounting concern over the number of cases and the capacity of intensive care units at hospitals in t...
It seems as if there is a new presidential poll released every day — with similar results. Just days after the news of President Donald Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis and subsequent hospitalization, national and state polls continue to show Biden ahead in the presidential race. Four years ago, almost to the day, many of the same polls showed Democrat Hillary Clinton well ahead.
Addison Cox and Michael Rolerson, formerly of the Rockland Police Department, are facing charges for killing porcupines while on the job, according to the Courier-Gazette. Another officer, Kenneth Smith, was placed on administrative leave for recording the porcupine killings and publishing it on Snapchat. Cox and Rolerson were both charged with aggravated animal cruelty and night hunting after the incident was reported by a colleague.
A member of the White House coronavirus response task force and one of the nation's leading doctors warned a “very different” coronavirus spread was underway across the US than the one the country faced during the initial months of the global pandemic. The United States was experiencing a “very different” spread of the novel coronavirus in recent months than the wave of infections that swept over the country during the initial months of the global pandemic, a member of the White House coronavirus response task force has warned. Dr Deborah Birx, one of the nation's leading physicians, said Covid-19 was now spreading among Americans at social events — including family gatherings — where people are “taking their mask off and letting down their guard”.
A representative of the Taliban said the group supports President Donald Trump's reelection on Friday, according to CBS News. "When we heard about Trump being COVID-19 positive, we got worried for his health, but seems he is getting better," a senior leader reportedly said. Tim Murtaugh, the campaign director for Trump's reelection, told Insider he rejected the group's endorsement.
A white Texas man may have worn blackface and sported a fraudulent beard as he killed the mother of his 1-year-old child, The Dallas Morning News reported. Authorities discovered the dark markup foundation and the fake beard in the suspect's vehicles, according to the report. A 33-year-old white Texas man may have used dark makeup foundation and a beard as a way to camouflage himself as he killed the mother of his child last week, police suggested in an arrest affidavit.
Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina said Friday during a candidate forum that Black Americans are safe in the state as long as they're conservative. The Republican senator also said he believes in some elements of police reform such as mandating the use of body cameras and de-escalation trainings but sympathized with police officers. Sen. Lindsey Graham said on Friday night young people of color are safe in South Carolina — but only if they are not liberal.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said the Trump administration's offer, which comes just a few days after President Trump briefly called for a halt to negotiations, "amounted to one step forward and two steps back." The speaker, whose latest public offer was about $2.2 trillion, explained that the major divides between Democrats and the White House were over an apparent lack of national coronavirus containment strategy and inadequate funding for child care and supplemental insurance benefits. Republicans, meanwhile, told Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows that Trump's bill was too big during a Saturday conference call.
NBC's "Saturday Night Live" recreated the 2020 vice-presidential debate between Democratic vice-presidential nominee Kamala Harris (Maya Rudolph) and Vice President Mike Pence (Beck Bennett). The show zeroed in on the viral moment when a fly landed on Pence's hair during Wednesday's debate. The writers chose to make Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden (Jim Carrey) and the late former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain (Kenan Thompson) into the bugs.
Next week, Amy Coney Barrett, a conservative appellate court judge who is a prominent member of the 1,700-member strong People of Praise, will sit before the Senate judiciary committee to face questions about her judicial philosophy as part of her controversial confirmation to take a seat on the supreme court. A successful appointment, replacing the liberal Ruth Bader Ginsburg, will cement a conservative dominance on the powerful body. Democrats have already stated that neither Barrett's Catholic faith nor her membership in the People of Praise – which has never publicly been discussed or disclosed, but has been examined in press reports – will be raised in their questioning of the nominee.
Donald Trump hosted hundreds of people outside the White House on Saturday for his first in-person event since contracting COVID-19—but his administration wouldn't say whether he's still infected with the virus. “We gotta vote these people into oblivion,” Trump told the crowd of supporters in a brief 18-minute speech from a White House balcony, far shorter than his typical rally addresses. The in-person event marked Trump's return to the campaign spotlight after announcing his COVID-19 diagnosis on Oct. 2 and being hospitalized at Maryland's Walter Reed hospital.