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

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Nov. 20, 2020
From from. From. The World Health Organization says in the last four weeks there had been more coding nineteen cases globally human in the first six months in the pan Deming from senator Rick Scott. Florida says he's tested positive for corona virus Florida Republicans travel to Georgia last week was seen campaigning in a crowded Schwartz Margaret Byrne. Republican senators David Burnett doing Kelly left. Books are written in January runoff races that will determine which party controls the senate and Donald Trump junior announced he also tested positive for the virus at the start of the week and has since been quarantining. You wouldn't have a vaccine of the word for me for another four years because FDA would have never been able to do what they did. What I force ended. Today advisor applying for emergency use authorization from the FDA and if it's approved the vaccine could be sent down just hours later as part of operation works cleaning the federal officials say the US already has forty million doses of vaccine stockpiled health experts are urging Americans to avoid travel and only celebrate windows live went on Thanksgiving. The Treasury Department is ending some of the Federal Reserve's emergency funding programs you know were created to help boost the economy and amid the pandemic. Several of those programs like the main street lending program which provides loans to small and medium size businesses bullets fired December 31 and the Fed responded in a rare public rebuke saying it would prefer that all of its lending facilities are left in place to continue to support those vulnerable economy. Kyle written house the seventeen year old accused of shooting and killing two people during protests in Kenosha. Hasn't been released from jail on a two million dollar bond ridden house claims that he fired in self defense. Authorities say the mayor of fifteen he used and was in legally purchased by friends and paid for by Rick announced. Brick house didn't cross state lines of the protests from Illinois to Wisconsin they're from isn't clear where exactly the money to make bail came from. Britain's house attorney recently thanked donors and to a legal defense fund. The FBI has joined up manhunts in North Carolina for a gunman who opened fire on a sheriff's deputy last night before shooting a second victim today. Authorities say a thirty year old robber at least dropped or fired an assault style weapons Netherlands Orange County deputy responding to a domestic violence call when he's in allegedly shot and critically wounded in our resident inside the search perimeter of the stolen car the deputy was treated and released. The neighborhood was evacuated the Astros are just considered armed and dangerous. This isn't the latest Japanese horror film but one town does help it scares away some there. Dubbed the monster wolf the red eyed machine comes equipped with an infrared sensor that can detect the pesky bears bent L'Oreal nine near begins. Flashing red eyes blue lights and equipped to make more than sixty different types of sounds more than seventy of these monster wolves have sold from one town with frequent bear sightings says it ever since it bought two of these bees and bears have disappeared.

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