The Rundown: Top headlines today: Oct. 19, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Oct. 19, 2020
Early voting is underway now in all fifty states and the District of Columbia since it first season in the battleground states of Florida. Mrs. Levy. Lifetime election life starting at don't stretch for more than an hour in the battleground state reminded drum parts and connect. Pace and extent I don't trust dame family in. Out when a main electoral discounted. Nearly thirty million ballots cast more than five times the number and this one or more years ago I'm single I'm like the never seen this many young team all. Tonight two US park police officers are turning themselves the end. Nearly three years after officials say they shot an unarmed motor. Gained 2019 the Justice Department's on the vineyard and a client had not committed any federal civil rights violations. The officers is claimed to be fired in self defense after gays are drove is that you be an officer Amaya a state investigation followed and the officers are now charged with manslaughter and reckless discharge of a firearm these are sampling now reacting. The charges from your notified that he theaters and can't. And Jerry cruise missiles and arms don't we just sounds so Ingrid Walton and I'm is. For the past three years and he's. Only received information from media 100000 people aren't sure this every year minimum and military's. Justice. Federal grand jury in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania returned a seven count indictment charging six Russian military intelligence officers and for their roles and some of the most destructive and most costly the most recent cyber attacks ever now the F. EEye says the same Russian hackers who interfered with a 26 election also tried to break into America's infrastructure. These cyber attacks are unmatched in their destructive manner and disregard for public safety. And innocent victims this activity went well beyond traditional intelligence collection. From the GRU. Targeted the global energy sector. Being international political groups. Hospitals and many in the Olympics. Time and again from Russia has made it clear they won't die via via accepted norms. And it's dead and they intend to continue. They're destructive. And destabilizing. Its Saturn relay. 8 PM meet reunited after the miracle rescue of only 28 to 38 year old mom wheezing from an alone. For twelve days in Zion National Park worse it's yeah. And I didn't. I can imagine them from one rehearsing on. Family volunteers and rescue teams traverse the park known and Britain's hi my toes and manes of narrow deep canyons. Searching by drone and on the ground with canine unit. He didn't let's bring this amount I talked to run out. He's now what's your signature mission and people you love isn't themselves and call. Nokia is putting together a cellular network that's out of this world company has one hates fourteen million dollar contract to a report G bomb the blu. And network would support the wireless operation of lunar rovers on the news service navigation and streaming video Nokia said the first wireless broadband communications system on the lunar surface will be built in the late 20/20 two.

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