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

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Sept. 23, 2020
From the from the. Wanton endangerment in the first degree extreme indifference to human life. Today at Jefferson County grand jury presented its report on the embryonic Taylor case charging one officer involved in the fatal shooting of GMT. Former officer Brad Hague is in now facing three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree but none of those accounts are related to the homicide of Rihanna and Taylor herself. Yeah. True. Pages in officer miles Cosgrove and Sargent Donovan Mattingly who are accused of shooting into embryonic Taylor's apartment back in March in the middle of the night. However there was no mention of those other two officers in today's hearing that our investigation found that Mattingly bring about a program. We justified and abortion protesters seemed downtown. Utility ordered by police to disperse a 72 hour curfew starts tonight. GOP led report concerning the Hunter Biden the report authored by senate homeland security committee chairman Ron Johnson and finance committee chair Chuck Grassley calls hundred Biden's position on the board of Ukrainian energy company for a reason. Awkward and problematic. But failed to show it changed Ukraine's policy the report charges hunter and other Biden relatives world cashed in on Joseph Biden's vice presidency the report comes just a week before the first presidential and even the ranking Democrat on the finance committee Ron Wyden called the inquiry and attempted political hit job and in the report a sham investigations. Are relied in part on the Kremlin this information Biden has long been a target of president trump. Speaking out late last year Enron has decision and. Do you regret being on the boards to begin last. I don't regret being on the border what I regret. Not taking into account that there would be the remains Rudy Giuliani. I'm Anthony now and president of the United States number that would be listening to music. Ridiculous conspiracy yeah. President of fellow troops Alexander Lukashenko has been sworn in for his second term in an inauguration ceremony that almost no one knew about it. Protesters have been demonstrating against him almost nonstop since last month's election that he would surely he won by 80% of the vote but critics see it. His rig. But got California signed an executive order today to phase out new gasoline powered cars like 2035. Governor Gavin Newsom says. This is an ambitious goal but he can be done particularly in the transportation secretary. Currently transportation it's responsible for over 50% of all measures to the moon officials say we have an obligation to clean up the air. So the standard that is based on signs the order would achieve more than a 35% reduction. And greenhouse gas emissions from what we have six. Car companies in the largest manufacturers in the world that happen to be American automobile manufacturers. That have voluntarily agreed. To join California and our efforts to maintain million bombing Eric do you call missions in tailpipe emissions standards. The executive order does not prevent Californians from lowering gasoline powered cars ordinance selling them on the musical market. Uncle Ben's Rice is changing names. The brand is being switched to Windsor regional after years of criticism of the locals and the name or racial stereotypes. The new branding we'll have the same blue font an orange packaging it is expected hit shelves next year.

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