The Rundown: Top headlines today: Sept. 11, 2020

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From the. For. Nineteen years later the pain is still palpable this ceremonies across the nation look a little different this year because of the corona virus pandemic in New York City several moments of silence at ground zero in lower Manhattan. Among the socially distant loved ones and politicians. And nearly 3000 names read aloud by gambling members. Christopher. No phone camera this year the annual reading and pre recorded as the official commemoration ceremony where former vice president Joseph Biden and vice president heads both paid their resentments. And in Shanksville Pennsylvania resident rob honoring the men and women who died on flight 93. We pay tribute to sacrifice. Meantime Washington DC a wreath laying ceremony to remember those who. Were killed at the Pentagon. At least seventeen people have been killed in the fires just this week. This satellite image showing by buyers out of the several dozen in the western brink simultaneously. Covering over a 100008. Portland's mayor declaring an emergency while Myers getting dangerously close to a large city over half a million people have been forced it naturally organic. We'll ring California a record shattering three million acres charred this year sank a yearly record for two point one eaten with a half months still left to go. We're experiencing right here Paul is coming and the community for all across the United States American thus we can imagine that together yeah climate change. Saint Louis police have issued trespassing expectations related to that viral standoff between an armed cobbled and black let's matter protesters. The police department cited nine people wouldn't trespassing and that's June incidentally from brandishing guns mark and Patricia McCloskey stood on the lawn of their mansion. Protesters marched past in the gated community the police spokesperson confirms that citations are being reviewed by the city councilors on that some of the McCloskey is have already been charged with a felony per waving those guys they've sent spoken in support of president from the Republican National Convention. And you know that we're not the kind of people who partner. Thankfully commuters Donald Trump. Good morning is still out around Knoxville Tennessee watch out for a wayward tiger hit all started Wednesday night when I Knox county sheriff's deputies that he saw what he believed to be a tiger watching out of the French broad river and then disappear into the woods and then Thursday morning another unconfirmed sighting and a tiger is an all out search for the animal included helicopter with thermal imaging. Authorities combing through thick foliage and a trap filled with rotisserie chicken. Struggling fashion brand J. Crew. Officially emerge from Chapter Eleven reorganization bankruptcy and the company says it is well positioned them for what it calls a long term growth from J. Crew converting more than a 1000000006. Dollars with the death and a staunch. And then Anchorage capital group is now the majority owner of J. Crew in May J. Crew was on the first major retailers fire bankruptcy protection after the corona virus pandemic forced most. US stores. Get closer to wash. Well Francis says exclude the sex ring gifts from god. And not a simple and to enjoy. Pontiff spoke with the founder of the slow food movement and in new book of interviews mostly about. Protecting the environment.

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