The Rundown: Top headlines today: Oct. 16, 2020

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A I'm. President strongly know why didn't go back on the campaign trail after nine months doing town halls and I'm sure it. Fort Myers the president focusing on Florida and indoor rally with few visible masks. Campaigning want to help here for seniors and we'll show lighting is leading the mom. Socialist health care plans always end up denying care and coverage suggests that the elderly and ordered them. You don't call. Mr. proper railing against the affordable care round would still not providing health plans from. Please don't want to do you. Get rid us. The terrible problem I've already done it to a large extent because you know the these individual mandate is god that was the worst yeah. Everybody you didn't know all of born here and why we'd like yeah. New health care much better and much less expensive blood. The Supreme Court is likely with its new was appointed justice Amy Cody period we'll begin deciding the fate of the affordable care practice all week after the November election still trying to take away from your health care former vice president Joseph Biden making that his vocal point this afternoon in Detroit suburbs. Control gets his way. Point even. More Americans lose their health care. The former Mexican defense minister was arrested and LA acts and accused of taking bribes from a cartel trafficking drugs to the United States prosecutors in New York saying general Salvador centerpoint has some -- who served from 2012120. Team took steps to protect an ancient cartel leaders and their drug operations and New Mexico NN several US cities including in LA and New York and going as is expected to be transferred from LA to New York to face the charges and. The FDA is warning pregnant women to avoid popular pain medications during the second half of their pregnancy the FDA now says pregnant women. Should avoid painkillers like Advil and the lead for the last four months. Of their pregnancy and originally the warning was for three months but officials say it's because of the drugs and coming across a rare but serious complication that can harm the fetus. And effective fetal kidney mattress sale of drugs argues it's important to do so under medical supervision. We do use this class of medication in obstetrics in the second and third trimester sometimes good to treat preterm labor so it's all about weighing the benefits vs the resolutely FDA says the women who are not sure if their medication contains drugs. Should talk to their doctor. Texas billionaire has been charged with a massive tax and Asians being accused of hiding you million dollars. From the IRS from Balmer rocks and allegedly had hit town hall meeting along the shore from twenty years he was released on a million dollar bond after pleading not guilty. The allegation of a two million dollar tax fraud. It is the largest ever tax charged to member against an individual. In the United States. Totaling already polarizing enough. Now is blamed for one of Europe's worst corona virus outbreaks. He's in Switzerland where you're ruling sparks joined 600 fans attended the concert masks. We're not require the event's organizer says several people from the group were infected with corona virus when pandemic now sweeping through that region and one Dayton's 94%. Test and came back positive researchers say the risk could have been reduced have the singer's warned Mascoll among us smaller audience.

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