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|4 takeaways from a less abrasive — but more revealing — debate between Trump and Biden|
|Fri, 23 Oct 2020 02:10:44 -0400|
|'A flat-out lie': Breonna Taylor attorneys seek new prosecutor after jurors speak out|
|Fri, 23 Oct 2020 15:47:12 -0400|
The two anonymous grand jurors in the Breonna Taylor case who spoke out this week about the deliberations had no agenda other than to pursue the truth, their lawyer said. But their disclosures have spurred calls for a new prosecutor in the case.
|The family of the rescued Zion National Park hiker spoke out after a sheriff's sergeant questioned her survival story — but it's still confusing|
|Fri, 23 Oct 2020 09:41:04 -0400|
|Why is QAnon more obsessed with an imaginary sex-trafficking ring than with Jeffrey Epstein’s real one?|
|Fri, 23 Oct 2020 21:31:59 -0400|
Epstein’s long history of sexual misconduct, on private islands, in his Florida mansion, aboard yachts and and his private jet, with a who’s who of powerful “elites” including former President Bill Clinton (who denies having had a close relationship with Epstein or any knowledge of his crimes), is probably the closest real-world analogue of the imaginary global sex-trafficking ring at the core of the QAnon conspiracy.
|Mark Kelly says it's not him dressed as Adolf Hitler for Halloween in yearbook photo|
|Fri, 23 Oct 2020 22:02:27 -0400|
|France reacts after Erdogan questions Macron's mental health|
|Sat, 24 Oct 2020 15:31:54 -0400|
France recalled its ambassador to Turkey for consultations after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said President Emmanuel Macron needed mental health treatment and made other comments that the French government described as unacceptably rude. Erdogan questioned his French counterpart's mental condition while criticizing Macron’s attitude toward Islam and Muslims. “What is the problem of this person called Macron with Islam and Muslims?” Erdogan asked rhetorically during his Justice and Development party meeting in the central Anatolian city of Kayseri.
|Nigeria’s police order massive mobilization to ‘dominate the public space’ after unrest over SARS|
|Sat, 24 Oct 2020 14:54:47 -0400|
Nigeria’s top police official on Saturday ordered the immediate mobilization of all officers to “reclaim the public space from criminal elements masquerading as protesters” after days of unrest and demonstrations over police abuses that left at least 69 people dead. The police order could further heighten tensions in Africa’s most populous country after some of its worst turmoil in years. Nigeria’s inspector general of police, M.A. Adamu, ordered colleagues to “dominate the public space” while announcing that enough is enough, a statement said.
|Watch a man in a garbage bag ‘suit’ set fire to garbage trucks at Broward waste center|
|Fri, 23 Oct 2020 16:04:14 -0400|
A man wearing goggles and a garbage bag “suit” was caught on camera breaking into a waste management center and setting several garbage trucks on fire. Deputies are asking for help in finding the arsonist.
|Turkey's Armenians 'cannot breathe' as Karabakh rhetoric rages|
|Fri, 23 Oct 2020 05:18:05 -0400|
|Oklahoma Democrat Rejects Biden’s Promise to ‘Transition’ Away from Oil Industry|
|Fri, 23 Oct 2020 08:21:35 -0400|
Representative Kendra Horn (D., Ok.) immediately distanced herself from Joe Biden's claim during the Thursday presidential debate that he would "transition" away from the oil industry.Towards the end of the debate, President Trump challenged Biden to say whether or not he would go after the oil industry."I would transition from the oil industry, yes,” Biden responded. "It has to be replaced by renewable energy over time….And I’d stop giving to the oil industry—I’d stop giving them federal subsidies. [Trump] won’t give federal subsidies to solar and wind. Why are we giving it to the oil industry?”Biden campaign spokeswoman Kate Bedingfield attempted to clarify that the former vice president only wants to end federal subsidies for the oil and gas industry, not eliminate it entirely. However, Representative Horn stated that she did not concur with Biden's initial comments."Here’s one of the places Biden and I disagree. We must stand up for our oil and gas industry," Horn wrote on Twitter about half an hour after Biden made his remarks. "We need an all-of-the-above energy approach that’s consumer friendly, values energy independence, and protects [Oklahoma] jobs."Horn also touted an endorsement from Steven C. Agee, dean of the Meinders School of Business at Oklahoma City University and former president of an oil and gas exploration company.Horn narrowly defeated Republican Steve Russell in 2018 and became the first Democrat to represent Oklahoma's 5th congressional district since 1975. The district itself encompasses Oklahoma City, and its voters largely backed Donald Trump in the 2016 elections.The Chamber of Commerce, the powerful Washington, D.C.-based business lobby, has also given its endorsement to Horn. The endorsement drew surprise and condemnation from Republicans."I question how the U.S. Chamber could endorse a candidate who consistently voted against the largest industry in Oklahoma, employing over 90,000 workers throughout the state," State Chamber of Oklahoma President Chad Warmington wrote in an August letter to the lobby. Warmington was apparently referring to the oil industry.