The Rundown: Top headlines today: Oct. 20, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Oct. 20, 2020
From. From. From. In the home stretch in the campaign the presidential candidates making starkly different closing arguments about the corona virus pandemic. You know that that debt next out. Among Joseph binding in any campaign act violating its personal and economic goals we have buyers are now out of control all the people who are out of work more than 31 million Americans have already cast their ballots according to the United States election project at this time in 2016 and that number was just nine point six million. I think stands for many many parents found a police officer Miami is under investigation for wearing a pro Tom Mastny instead of Poland location in violation of the rules are designed. The chiefs are disciplinary measures will be taken law Florida law enforcement officers are not allowed inside polling sites unless they are voting or have received permission from the Clark outside the First Lady Maloney trump scheduled to attend tonight's rally in Erie but decided to stay home because of lingering cough from her Covert nineteen infection. We want democratic nominee Joseph Biden has no public events today remarks prepared for the final presidential debate on Thursday. Cases are rising by double digits across much of the country according to an internal health and human services memo obtained by ABC news from an Oklahoma City woman saying she beat call in nineteen twice not always immediately and now I would give it again at 9 PM and this is serious and is taking a lot of lives more than twelve million Americans are unemployed and you over thirty million may be at risk of addiction and by the end of the year me and roughly one in ten people say they don't have enough. Lawmakers at a standstill on and you stimulus package the for months now in the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi originally declared his self imposed deadline to wrap up talks today. But extended until the end of this week giving both sides more time to negotiate a hit hopes of voting on the bill before Election Day. Five Russian military planes intercepted him off the last known American F twenty twos identified two Russian bombers. Two fighter jets and in the early warning aircraft within thirty miles of the Alaskan coast. It did not enter US airspace. A Russian planes in the area about an hour from. The justice department for filing a major lawsuit against Google for antitrust violations. Partisans who abused its dominance in online search and advertising and try to stifle competition and harm consumers Watson says also alleges. Who uses billions of dollars collected from advertisers to pay phone manufacturers to ensure a Google is indeed while search engine on its browser you. Director of National Economic Council addressed the lawsuit today at the White House. It's an important case to explore. I believe. Some specifics to attorney general Clark. Not done yet to be mindful that little was 80% surge Martin. Google releasing a statement saying courted out today's loss about a bar of justice is deeply flawed. People use Google because they choose to not because they're forced to or because they can't find alternative. Excavation once again under weighing in Tulsa Oklahoma cemetery unearthing a new section of tolls as oak lawn cemetery archeologists are looking for answers about what happened to victims of tolls since nineteen Tony one race massacre 300 people dying we have now. Encountered human remains. We have intact encountered angry at you. It had been an intact drain shaft. A little over three feet below ground surface today's searches were man told historians back in 1999. And many years before he had seen bodies in large cranes then mayor says. Search tool would still be far from over finding out who the individuals are who killed them. And what if any reparations would be bay we haven't had in any conversation about reparations.

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