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Voting day for Hickenlooper as historic consequences cloud the end of...

“Over 220,000 Americans have died. We've got to address the public health issues, we've also got to discuss the economic issues that affect our economies have been turned upside down by COVID. So as we do that, as we rebuild the economy, we're going to have to rebuild it toward a greener energy economy," Hickenlooper said.

Nation

Census takers fall short of target goal in areas of US

"An undercount in our community means schools are overcrowded, hospitals are overcrowded, roads are congested," said John Yang, president and executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice.

Judge dismisses 1 charge against former cop in Floyd’s death

"In this court's view, with one exception, the State has met its burden of showing probable cause that warrants proceeding to trial against each of these Defendants on each of the criminal charges the State has filed against them," Cahill wrote. He said a jury will decide whether they are guilty.

Judge urges US to help find parents deported without kids

"In light of the backlash, the government is now claiming it wants to assist us in finding these families," Gelernt said.

The Trump White House

Trump, Biden lawyer up, brace for White House legal battle

"We've been preparing for this for well over a year," Republican National Committee Chief Counsel Justin Riemer told The Associated Press. "We've been working with the campaign on our strategy for recount preparation, for Election Day operations and our litigation strategy."

National Biz

Tesla ‘full self-driving’ vehicles can’t drive themselves

Earlier this week, Tesla sent out its "full self-driving" software to a small group of owners who will test it on public roads. But buried on its website is a disclaimer that the $8,000 system doesn't make the vehicles autonomous and drivers still have to supervise it.

Obituaries

Fact Check

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That's Weird

‘There’s a lemur!’ 5-year-old helps crack SF Zoo theft case

Police said Friday they arrested a man suspected of stealing a ring-tailed lemur from the San Francisco Zoo, where officials rewarded a 5-year-old boy who helped recapture the endangered primate with a lifetime membership.

World

Hitler speeches sell at Munich auction despite objections

The Hermann Historica auction house defended the sale of the manuscripts, all dated before the outbreak of World War II, saying they were of historical significance and belong preserved in a museum.

Gun Control Debate

National Politics

Voting day for Hickenlooper as historic consequences cloud the end of...

“Over 220,000 Americans have died. We've got to address the public health issues, we've also got to discuss the economic issues that affect our economies have been turned upside down by COVID. So as we do that, as we rebuild the economy, we're going to have to rebuild it toward a greener energy economy," Hickenlooper said.