The Rundown: Top headlines today: Nov. 23, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Nov. 23, 2020
From for. From. Nearly five million people have flown since Friday even though the CDC has been urging Americans to stay home and avoid travel this Thanksgiving. Families don't work right now coming. Birds and being there for one another we just really need us we'll man the connection right now. There's going to be more holidays don't mean this is. The last remnants Ricardo Lopez already lost his father to the virus and now his mom is fighting for her life on a ventilator we have to try to slow the growth this. We don't want a scene and has yet another surge in the news superimposed upon the service that's are starting hitting Americans hard and you for the first time since may deaths surpassed 2000 per day testing site seeing lined up to eight hours mall when families hoping to test negative before they gather for the holiday in the health officials warn and that can create a false sense of security. Extreme weather. Carried across the country intense hale looking like snow it's amazing Texas and it confirmed in the F two tornado. But from fifteen mile per hour winds ripping this move while calling Texas. Gonna bring some dangerous weather gives us spots he's the center of it is now over Chicago but leave rain shield extends all the way through the Great Lakes into new York and a strong storms. Our doubts on the Ohio River valley all the way down the Gulf Coast they will panic and dance overnight over the collapse in the street heavy rains and easy New York Hartford by the morning then Boston know there's jobs from west to east but not done until the end of the day storms are still don't linger across south Houston wants you could see a mug at staring you right through Sunday. Black Friday now. Black Friday ads boring yes but in a year filled with online shopping instead of the usual shoulder to shoulder crowd expects to play it Smart and many door buster deals are live now if you see something with those seemingly good price and check it against a historical lowest price on the tracking tools Kamel camel camel ads within a few dollars and where evening is obese go ahead and ordering Wal-Mart to advertise deals dropping tonight. Kohl's bringing door busters online at 11 PM eastern tonight and best buys with new deals Thursday and Friday including news stock online of those coveted gaming consoles sold out from everywhere and so let's talk about Amazon their little different because they rarely advertise their discounts but. Always going to hasn't. So he'd had checked their site the more you purchased elsewhere or music price checking toll on the card and then automatically scans and other sites and alerts you give. Finds a better writes news. An Alabama football coach Nick Saban has tested positive for Covert nineteen of them the six time national champ the suffering minor symptoms and will miss Saturday's Iron Bowl against Auburn the corona virus has forced the league to postpone tomorrow night's Steelers ravens clash leaving a big boy down one of the marquee days for the NFL primetime game has been pushed back to Sunday after an outbreak among the ravens got even worse they now -- seven players who've either tested positive for men identified as close contacts. Just moments ago the ravens and outstanding announced disciplinary actions against a staff member. That person is reportedly a strength and conditioning coach who did not report symptoms or Wear a mask which may have contributed to this rash of cases it was. He's big. He's red Karl believes lifelike. Paramount Pictures giving Clifford the big red dog the blockbuster treatments not hyper realistic enemies and inducing shock Jim Maurer from many online. Some saying the color is just all wrong. The studio came under similar scrutiny last year with a cinematic take on Sonic the Hedgehog the response so negative sonic was given a make over before release.

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