Transcript for ABC News Live Update: Disciplinary investigation for officers in Taylor shooting
Hi everyone I'm Diane Macedo thanks for training with us in today's update police in Louisville have declared a state of emergency ahead of an announcement and the Rihanna Taylor case. 6 officers are now under disciplinary investigation after police shot and killed Taylor in her home in March. Any day now the state attorney general is expected to announce whether some of those officers we'll face criminal charges. Also memorials are growing outside the Supreme Court following the deaths of justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Tomorrow her casket will arrive at the supreme court for a private ceremony. Children lie in repose outside the court where the public can pay their respects. And on Friday justice Ginsburg will become the first woman to lie in state at the capitol. And with just 42 days to go until the election of the fight over feeling her seat is intensifying. President trump says he plans to name his pick later this week. And the CDC is once again reversing course after issuing new guidance on -- nineteen this time on how it spreads. On Monday the agency removes guidelines from its website suggesting the virus can transmit farther than six feet. The advice is in line with advice from doctor thought she but the agency now says the guidelines are part of an early draft and posted by mistake. Kiss as the US nears 200000. Deaths. And that is a mixed used for college campuses while the University of Arizona and the University of Colorado boulder are just the latest to go virtual due to recent outbreaks. Cornell University is reporting that it has managed to contain the spread our Tonya Thomas is there with an exclusive look at how they're doing it. This morning as colleges across the country deal with cope with outbreaks still linked to massive authorities. G abate getting exclusive access to one university that may have discovered an innovative way to contain the virus. I think that this is new and I think it's different and it's starting to feel a little bit more normal the new normal for students like Mariah had a gay at Cornell university in upstate New York. Means of masks on sometimes dining alone to spaced out lecture halls. But most important leak testing lots of it. So every Monday and Friday you get tested. Yes every single Monday and Friday I'd come in to campus when I get tested and at Cornell as you see right here the students do with themselves. It just at the suave and you put in both nationals for ten seconds each side. And and then you're and then you're done Cornell says it's conducting nearly 50000. Test a week using a method called pooled testing explaining. Hopeful testing works we go and we collect samples from multiple people and we combine them together and run one test. If that comes back negative than we know that all of the people don't have the virus but if it comes up positive and we can go back and test each person individually. Right now the infection rate on campus is well below 1% but it wasn't always that way. Early on they had problems with clusters. They had some parties before we started or. Surveillance testing and we quickly sent the message that those. That those behaviors have consequences. I know how to bark and no house parties and our room. Court l.'s biggest weapon against Kobe to. Maybe the students themselves just following the rules have several students we spoke to say pandemic parting is no longer part of campus life. This government down upon because there's a lot of universities that are RD shut down so we take it seriously here and we don't want to turn out like those universities we want to be on campus for the bulls master. Here at Cornell they do have a hotel on campus and that's where there isolating students who are infected there were also maintain those labs in the robust testing around the clock. And finally the school does acknowledge they have one more advantage you can see behind me here Diane Ithaca is beautiful it's also remote which helps to maintain the flow of students. Who can come and go. Reported for May take up for ABC news live Diane back to you. The right timing honest Forrest thanks Tom. And Ellen DeGeneres is back on the air for the first time since facing toxic workplace allegations. Allen addressed those issues during her show's premiere and promised viewers she'll do better TJ Holmes has that story. After months of allegations of a toxic workplace environment. Ellen DeGeneres returned to her studio to kick off her eighteenth season. Her usual she started with a joke. If you're watching because you love me thank you and you're watching because you don't love me welcome. Then came an apology. I learned that things happen here that never should have happened I take that very seriously and I want to say I am so sorry to the people who were affected. I know that I'm in a position of privilege and power and I realize that with that comes responsibility and I take responsibility for what happens at my show. Speaking to a virtual audience the embattled talk show host for the first time publicly addressed allegations about her shows behind the scenes culture. Reports surfers earlier this summer anonymously citing dozens of former employees alleging workplace misconduct sexual harassment and racism. Parent company Warner media reported ways with three of the program's top producers following an internal investigation say to a found quote some flaws in the show's daily management. We have made the necessary changes and today we are starting a new chapter. This after years of ending her show is wins this message the kind of my other five gallon also tackled. Moves about her off their first on the amid claims staffers were told not to address her or even look her in the. If anybody's thinking that changing their title or giving yourself a nickname do not go with the be kind lady. The truth is I am that person that you see on TV. I am also a lot of other things I sometimes I get sad I get mad I I get anxious to get frustrated I get impatient. And I am working on all of that. It's a topic she's tackled before even joking about it in her Netflix stand up special related. Here's the downside I can never do anything on kind ever. Morning my car but if someone cuts me off in a dangerous place in fight song daylight out. But some say Allen's apology fell short and was insincere. One critic writing it had a feeling of obligation and of being over at all. Veteran talk show host defended her character saying she's in the business of making people laugh and feel good. It may be so you know than you know I was an actress I've played a straight woman in movies so I'm a pretty good actress. But I don't think that I'm that good that I could come out here every day for seventeen years and fool you. And it is worth noting look this is the eight. Teen season of Allen's show that's a big deal in daytime talk only shoals like the view and Oprah Winfrey have had longer runs it's also worth noting here that in all the allegations of misconduct. Allen herself is not directly implicated and accused of any particular misconduct but still Diane. Some argue that she should have known what was going on at her own show. Right TJ Holmes thanks for that. And scientists say ice in the Arctic Ocean melted to its second lowest level on record this summer. Climate researchers say this is part of a trend of warming over the past decade and that sea ice melting has been connected to increase storms here in the US. For more on science and technology headlines let's go to ABC's Kenneth Mo. In today's tech vice trouble for a test what competitor Nikolai is aiming to develop long haul semi trucks that run on hydrogen and electricity. Its stock was down sharply Monday after CEO Trevor mill to resign. You've been under pressure amid fraud allegations. What you were a way to express your anguish over 20/20 there will soon be in a mode you for that check out the face to spiral eyes also will wait faces sex Kelly. Of course in keeping with 2020s clothes they won't be available until next year. Under study highlights the struggle of working from home a majority of the people polled say they're now it's piercing digital overload. 70% say they purchase printers and since the pandemic began the researchers also found 60% miss being able to Fred personal documents. For free. At work. Boozer attacked price. You know Diana I've never here's ABC news as my own personal Kinko's to print whatever I needed to print from my personal. OK I have signed back to you. Concessions from Kenneth voting may be that can be a new segment we do. Thank you can end and that doesn't that is ABC news live update I'm Diana stayed up thanks for joining us. And remember ABC news live this year for you all day with the latest news context and analysis up next year mesa top stories. Stay fit everybody have a great time.
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