The Rundown: Top headlines today: Sept. 28, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Sept. 28, 2020
The. Yeah. Totally fake news Malcolm actually advocating tax. Now president from saying decades of his federal tax returns leak into the New York Times. Indicate he benefiting from tax credits and deductions and that weren't legitimate. I'm fighting campaign already launching attack ads over the times report highlighting the thousands of ordinary Americans paying federal income taxes he doesn't know how to debates it's actually not that Smart. According to the times president probably no federal income tax his intent of the past fifteen years and it's when he sixteen and 27 teams meet only 750. Dollars and RS. I am. No handshakes expected to debate because of the pandemic annual president trump and Joseph Biden preparing for tomorrow night's debate their first head to head match up. Joseph Biden has taken time off from the campaign trail until prepares been debating for fifteen years he knows how to do it the way he likes. President problems he's got a different approaches as he takes questions from all the time he hasn't been doing much for parents. One of the country's largest health care providers reportedly hit by a massive cyber attack. Universal health systems confirms it's right he network is down but the company operates some 400 hospitals and care centers across the US and UK and ask for the millions of patients UH as a county sports and a statement the companies as anonymous patient data was accessed copied or compromised. Texas governor Greg Abbott has issued a disaster declarations for Missouri and county and a six year old boy unknowingly played in contaminated water. It caught a brain eating a mean unnamed die. Just days before he got sick Joe's I have played in this splash pad in the lake Jackson immediately book also found in the hopes of boys home. Experts say the amoeba which is rare but almost always fatal but infects the body through the nose. Authorities are now working to flush and disinfect the water supply using chlorine. Pouring all residents of lake Jackson took boil water before using. I just want my son back and. Hall of fame quarterback Joseph Montana says that everyone is okay have grown woman walked into his Malibu home. And tried to kidnap his nine month old granddaughter in the hall of fame quarterback and his wife Jennifer were in their Malibu home on Saturday evening when and nightmare unfolding. According to the Los Angeles county sheriff's department of child was asleep and playpen and the families living grim news what is 39 year old woman near the home and snatched the baby learned from authorities say the couple confronted the woman from different from. And ask for the suspect give back your grandchild a tussle ensued and mrs. Montana was able to safely trying to child out of the suspects arms when the suspect identified associate tells alma fled the home. Montana flagged down deputies patrolling area and the woman was taken into custody soon am here charged with kidnapping and burglary. Half a million sharks could be killed in order to save the world from the corona virus. That warning from conservationists. And sharks produce a potentially crucial vaccine ingredient from. It's called and slowly but the title of loyal mate in the liver and according to sky news it's used in vaccines help create a stronger immune response. California based group shark allies predicts 250000. Sharks will need to be slaughtered. Twice that and if the vaccine requires two shots. That's enough to make a lasting impact from the scientists are now testing alternatives when using fermented sugar cane when you may already be familiar with slowly methods used in cosmetics and machine oil and GO west remains a hundred million sharks are killed every year mostly for fruit at all.

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