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'A fanciful reality': Trump claims Black Lives Matter protests are violent, but the majority are peaceful

USATODAY.com Saturday, 24 October 2020
The USA TODAY Network talked to residents in Portland, Milwaukee, Detroit, Chicago and Louisville to find out how protests have affected their cities.
 
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Hardships mount in Kentucky as COVID-19 relief talks drag on

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Jennifer Lawrence thanks Louisville locals for support after family's summer camp fire [Video]

Jennifer Lawrence thanks Louisville locals for support after family's summer camp fire

Jennifer Lawrence has thanked locals in Louisville, Kentucky for reaching out to her and her family following a blaze that destroyed their Camp Hi Ho resort last week.

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Breonna Taylor's Grand Jury Never Presented With Homicide Charges [Video]

Breonna Taylor's Grand Jury Never Presented With Homicide Charges

A juror in the Breonna Taylor case said Tuesday that prosecutors skipped a major step. Prosecutors never presented the grand jury with homicide charges against three police officers. The three officers being the ones involved in Taylor’s killing, reports HuffPost. The new allegations raise additional questions over how prosecutors handled the killing of Taylor. Breonna Taylor, a Black woman, was shot by police in her own apartment in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Detroit Detroit Largest city in Michigan, United States

GM renegotiates future with Nikola [Video]

GM renegotiates future with Nikola

General Motors and Nikola on Monday announced a reworked agreement on a fuel-cell partnership that eliminates an equity stake in the startup for the Detroit automaker as well as plans for building Nikola's electric pickup truck, sending Nikola shares tumbling. Conway G. Gittens has more.

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Transcript: Mike Duggan on "Face the Nation"

The following is a transcript of an interview with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan that aired Sunday, November 29, 2020, on "Face the Nation."
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Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan says U.S. "not yet geared up" for mass vaccinations

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan says the city is preparing to vaccinate 5,000 people per day if and when a vaccine is approved.
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Detroit Lions fire coach Matt Patricia, general manager Bob Quinn after disastrous tenure

The Detroit Lions fired Matt Patricia, ending a tenure that was the least successful since Rod Marinelli was coaching Detroit from 2006-08.

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Texans dominate Lions, 41-25, in what may be Matt Patricia's final game coaching Detroit

Embattled coach Matt Patricia and the Lions get pummeled by Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans in embarrassing Thanksgiving loss.

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Chicago Chicago City and county seat of Cook County, Illinois, United States

States, cities lock down again as U.S. sees record daily COVID-19 cases, deaths

Across the U.S., states and cities are locking down again as the country sees record daily coronavirus cases, deaths and hospitalizations. Adriana Diaz is in..
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Rookie teacher continues remote class after home catches fire

A first-year teacher escaped a house fire with only his laptop while he was teaching a remote class in Chicago. Meg Oliver reports.
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What pandemic? Holiday films stick with escapism [Video]

What pandemic? Holiday films stick with escapism

"Grey's Anatomy"'s fictional surgeon Meredith Grey was stricken with COVID-19, while the "Superstore" staff hoarded toilet paper. But Christmas - complete with carol singers, family gatherings and romance - will be a largely coronavirus-free zone on television. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

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Why did the penguins go to the cinema?

These birds from a Chicago aquarium go on regular trips to unusual places. There's a good reason for it.
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