The Rundown: Top headlines today: Sept. 3, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Sept. 3, 2020
From. Vice president Joseph Biden arriving in Kenosha Wisconsin it's just ask tensions in the city streets and begin to well. Several people ninth causing the mayor to lift to her he always had been in place this is a white police officer. Shot Jacob Blake who had 29 year old African American man and the man who 79. Inviting his life until meeting privately with Blake's relatives and speaking with Blake my phone when it came when you don't want. An overwhelming sense of resume. Trying to suggesting Wednesday in North Carolina that his voters to vote twice first by Nelson an in person it is illegal to vote twice a resident on Twitter Thursday telling Americans to go to the polling places on Election Day. Can see there mailing go to has been counted mr. trump writing it seemed had not been counted close. Drug administration officials are defending the president's comments in North Carolina saying he simply encouraging voters to verify their ballot counts and showing how voter fraud could work. The Labor Department reports that another 881000. Americans filed first time unemployment benefits last week tomorrow. The monthly report is expected to show that nearly a million and a half jobs were added to the economy can also. Sisters are calling for air Muriel Hauser just fired DC police chief. Young paying police were investigating reports about Manning had gone more money can't. Shows the police approaching a brutal near a park. You can see what appears to be a dining chains and the moments before he shot in the chest by an officer. Those officers have been placed on it and extreme clean. Republican senator Ted Cruz is getting some backlash for attempting to ban this so called abortion health. In a letter to the FDA approves and nineteen other GOP senators master Kuo who want somebody abortion pill as an imminent hazard to public health that poses a significant threat of danger and removed his opening US market goes on to say that pregnancy is not life threatening illness due to the abortion pill does not cure or prevent any disease would need president of the reproductive rights lobbying organization and AMR Cano pro choice America irons vacuum between saying quote. Ted Cruz has never been praying and clearly knows nothing about maternal mortality rates in the US support techs since. In Florida as sixteen year old woman was arrested for allegedly watching this every new songs online learning platinum. More from the news my entire Miami Dade County home. System public schools superintendent yeah and Lopez. I'm sending tax time it's the start in the new year a number of resources have been known as interim on this veterans. And they are being Verizon and not analyzed by our law enforcement agencies plus other. Initially investigators traced one of the attacks to lure woman dressed. A motive triple tax is still under now. It's been 35 years since he's Brothers and jumped into our lives. And Nintendo is celebrating another big play the video game company is celebrating the 35 anniversary of Super Mario Brothers with a 35% multiplayer game where the last Mario standing wins it'll be available on the Nintendo switching October 1. All.

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