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

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Oct. 23, 2020
The. The race for the White House now in its final stretch president John and former Vice President Biden clashed on major election issues like the pandemic in what was a relatively normal debate. We have no choice we can't lock ourselves up in a basement like Joseph does. You sure as we're you know we're learning to live with people learning Irish Americans are breaking records in early voting during the pandemic casting 52 million ballots either by mail or in person passing total 47 million votes cast of existing and. Now under way in all fifty states and in Washington DC on Election Day and just eleven days away vice president my parents joining the millions of Americans who voted early from casting his ballot in Indiana today. President trump sent to vote early tomorrow and Florida. Delta abandoning hundreds of passengers for not wearing masks the CEO revealing the airline has added almost 500 people to which no fly list from for refusing to follow rules about wearing face coverings united banning at least 335. Passengers from jetBlue 64. American and southwest not revealing our number. And a little more than a week out from the election as president from announcing that Israel city and had agreed to normalize tight. The city and follows Bahrain and the EU he normalizing relationships with the Jewish state. These and it's you know the Republicans. Haven't made to make a piece of news on many many years didn't. At odds are actually and to normalize their relations. Asked what normalize relations meant prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave the example of trade relations resuming like contained ship from the UAE arriving in Israel. Said the same thing would happen to sedan. Thousands of people have protested across permanent and today against the ruling by the country's total quote that essentially outlawed almost all abortions. An angry protest a senior colossal clashes with police. Assigned our house an affiliate of Poland's ruling rightwing launching its soul the decision. On Thursday Poland's constitutional tribunal ruled didn't ending the life of a deformed fetuses is unconstitutional. Abortion was already illegal in almost all cases in the Catholic country. This removes one of the only exceptions you. From the tonight and Asian giant corn and has been found in Washington State from the first ever such nasty balance in the country. So she's. The huge bout known as a murder hornet is an invasive species not native to the United States. The Washington state Department of Agriculture has the insects or some time. Before finally finding the net and on someone's property there. The nasty set to be eliminated.

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