The Rundown: Top headlines today: Sept. 17, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Sept. 17, 2020
From. The only. Origination unit is through our shared identity. As Americans remember that is why it is so urgent that we finally understood. Patriotic education to our school. President of creating today what he's calling this 1776. Commission named an encouraging patriotic education in schools and who must clear away twist. Well our lives our school's class. And teach your children will be magnificent troops. What about our country. We want our sons and noticed no they are the citizens of the most exceptional nation. In the history in the world our constitution. Was the product of centuries of traditional wisdom and experience. Did actually yeah this afternoon. The review radical. Hours stretch here. Gracious. 26 consecutive week of historically high unemployment numbers and saw 8161000. Americans apply for unemployment benefits the Labor Department says twelve point six million are collecting benefits. Up from one point seven million this time last year. Leading critic of Russian president Vladimir Putin may have been poisoned at his hotel. Associates of alexion at all police say a water bottle from his hotel room in Siberia tested positive for the old Soviet Erin and her agent know would charge more recovering at a German hospital. Jerry Harris has been arrested on child pornography charges. For allegedly enticing an underage boy just produce a sexually explicit videos. The 21 year old who was a fan favorite from the net flicks series cheer him allegedly contacted the underage boy on social media. And repeatedly and entice him to produce sexually explicit videos and photographs of himself in the dissenting Harris according to the criminal complaint a minor victim told Harris. He was thirteen years old during the initial encounter. As the country continues to wipe down surfaces to combat the spread of the corona virus he. The EPA has added pine sol original multi surface cleaner into the lives of effective products in the Environmental Protection Agency gave approval of the product or kill claims against our colleagues used a virus that causes coping nineteen on hard non porous surfaces and EPA advises to follow all label directions were safe but that didn't used other product including the amount of time to surface should be visibly wet which of product. President Barack Obama announcing that he will be releasing his presidential memoirs and since there is a lot of ground to cover these it will come in two parts the first volume is called a promised land. President Obama tweeting and there's no feeling like finishing up bond look camera out of this one's. We can't promise land I try to provide an honest accounting of my presidency. The forces we grapple a destination. And how we can heal our divisions and make democracy work horn and everybody. Penguin random house says there will also be an audio version which shall be read my President Obama himself. I'm promised land we'll hit bookshelves on Tuesday November 17 this year. And.

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