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

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From. Mean just look at this year and damage of this building all the second half ripped into the ground. Sally has. Keep pounding the Gulf Coast all morning he now a tropical storm we'll. More action and relentless parent and combat technology. Pensacola. Massive flooding and tropical storm wind Gus. Wiping out on the portion of their three mountain bridge we anticipating the evacuations could. That would be in the thousands so is going to be a long time folks. Process come out of this storms are in warning is in effect for the Alabama northern border. The top White House health officials testifying on Capitol Hill telling lawmakers have a corona virus vaccine is ready this year and first responders high risk groups will get a first look here ask me when isn't going to be generally available to the American public. From the little inconvenient to take advantage of Seymour to give back to irregular lines right things probably look CNN. Great second quarter third quarter point twice on. The missing most Americans will not get vaccinated until late 20/20 10 please actually we have a clear scientific evidence they were yeah. And they are best defense. Union Austin, Texas nearly two dozen people were injured wouldn't Ukraine's collided at a construction site. For now. No one hits tractor injured. And that we are doing our best to I just got I'm watching the scene taking people away I just heard a thing like Spain. It's a great deal so that it is let me what you hear on your normal game. It was basically any brain vs spraying incident we transporting sixteen. All of those transports were to various hospitals around the Austin area. All of those injuries are considered nonlife threatening. On Capitol Hill a new bill has been introduced into changing the military response to missing service members and sexual assault allegations. We are in a case saying. I am that SAP M legislation today introduced by representative Jackie speer and several others. It's named after the Fort Lewis soldier who disappeared in April her body was found in June for every service member in this country. Who deserves a chance to serve in the military. Without fear. We'll have being sexually harassed or sexually assaulted from within the family says the NASA had been sexually harassed. She's not American hero that we'll stay in the lungs of science. This is a day out happy days or so that means yeah Big Ten football we'll be back this fall after a unanimous vote by chancellors and presidents and a big new laser focus for Monday morning. Brought to making sure that we created an environment around bookmarks you at least want to reduce speed and the most stable and healthy manner. Conference will restart in the fall season starting October 23 in the possess any steam athlete who tests positive for the nineteen will be sidelined for at least 21 days. Some serious monkey business in Malaysia a man who had his phone stolen solve the mystery when he found selling these from the culprits. Among Ki moon owner heard the phone ringing here the reason behind this moment when he examined did he sounded a gallery symbol of the photos and videos and the monkey photographer captured. All.

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