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President Trump and Joe Biden prepare for their final Presidential Debate. The President complains about the Debate Commission's new rule to mute the microphone, while former President Obama stumps for his former VP in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania. The coronavirus surging with hospitalizations on the rise in 41 states. The CDC issues new guidance on redefining close contact. Pope Francis voices support for same-sex civil unions, and the landing on an asteroid.
With Election Day two weeks away, President Trump makes a campaign stop in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania. This, as the Debate Commission installs a new rule ahead of the final Presidential Debate. COVID-19 Hospitalizations are on the rise in 42 states with nearly 1 million new cases reported since the start of October. Key Health officials warn this new wave should be "taken seriously." A federal judge orders the release of the grand jury transcript in the Breonna Taylor Case. The Justice Department files a major antitrust lawsuit against tech giant Google, and actor Jeff Bridges reveals his battle with cancer.
With 18 days until Election Day, President Trump and Joe Biden in a race to the finish. The President tries to court more senior voters in Florida, as Biden holds a lead in the polls among this age group. There are now eight million coronavirus cases in the United States. Chris Christie opens up about his battle with the virus, saying it was "a big mistake" on his part to not wear a mask during a White House Rose Garden ceremony. And new developments in the foiled terror plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
The dueling Presidential townhalls on the night of what was supposed to be the second Presidential debate between Joe Biden and President Trump. Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris has halted all travel after two aides test positive for COVID-19. Coronavirus cases surging in 38 states as cooler weather begins to move in and more Americans move indoors. A new study on air travel during the pandemic and how risky it could be. And new developments in the case of the grandfather charged in the death of his granddaughter after her deadly fall from a cruise ship window.
The First Lady reveals her son, Barron, did test positive for COVID-19 around the same time as she and the President. The number of hospitalizations for coronavirus are on the rise in at least 36 states, amid fears of a second wave already starting in Europe. Both Democrats and Republicans press Supreme Court nominee judge Amy Coney Barrett on the Affordable Care Act, with the Court set to hear a case challenging the law just days after the election. Early voting underway in 48 states; and news on the New York City woman who falsely claimed a Black man was threatening her in Central Park.