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NPR News: 10-08-2020 1AM ET

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My from NPR news on Shea Stephens vice president Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris's class. Wednesday over the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic during their only debate 10 suggested. It would be wrong to issue a federal mandate for people to wear masks in public President Trump. And I trust the American people to make choices in the best interest of their health, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris consistently talk about mandates and not not just mandates with the coronavirus but a government takeover of healthcare Green New Deal all government control. We're about freedom and respecting the freedom of the American people and he says that President Trump has failed the public respect the American people we have the courage. We bought a leader speaking of those things that you may not want people to hear, but they need to hear so they can protect themselves.

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President Trump and several members of his inner circle recover from the Coronavirus

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Facebook is preparing for potentially chaotic election and PR Shannon Vons reports that the social network says it will crack down on posts encouraging voter intimidation remove post that call for an army of poll Watchers or use other militarized or intimidating language and encouraging people to monitor voting places, but the policy will not apply to post already up on Facebook like a video from Donald Trump jr. Urging the president's supporters to join a quote Army for Trump's election security Facebook's head of content policy. Monika bickert says the company doesn't apply its rules retroactive and under the new policy. If that's video where to be posted again, we wouldn't even move it Facebook, which is an NPR Financial supporter is also Banning political ads for at least a week after polls close to prevent confusion or abuse Shannon Bond NPR news on the sources of nitrous oxide and important greenhouse gas as NPR stand Charles reports the researcher say they

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Submissions arising most quickly from Farm fields in Asia dozens of scientists from around the world have just published a global accounting of nitrous oxide emissions. It appears in the journal Nature. They say the largest single source is nitrogen fertilizer. The farmers spread on their fields does emissions have been rising in many places, but most quickly in Asia Europe. However has cut its nitrous oxide emissions in part through restrictions on fertilizer. Use those restrictions were originally intended to protect water and air quality Madras oxides. The third greenhouse gas less important than carbon dioxide for methane, but still responsible for about 6% of all global warming Dan Charles NPR news are steady in pre-market trading after Wall Street stocks rebound it Wednesday training has mix on markets across Asia up 1% in Tokyo. This is NPR.

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The World Health Organization is worried about spikes and covid-19 cases and countries that have previously been managing outbreaks effectively and Tiaras Maria Godoy Workforce at the transmission of the virus and 11 Caribbean Nations is increased from moderate to intense over the past two months in the Americas the transmission of the coronavirus remained very active across the region which has seen more than 17 million cases and more than 574000 deaths due to covet. Half of all cases and more than half of all deaths globally who Regional director Carissa at 10 calls the rising number of infections among children and adolescents concerning but attend says the good news is that rates of severe covid-19 cross the Americas and fewer people are being hospitalized or need intensive care in part. That's because doctors have learned so much about how to treat the

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Maria Godoy NPR news is asking the US Supreme Court to lift a stay on its efforts and the 2020 census early a lower court judge has ordered the Census Bureau to continue the national headcount through the end of the month or rolling was upheld Wednesday by an appeals court in San Francisco, the justice department maintains that field operations must and now in order to meet at December 30th deadline for delivering results again in pre-market trading US futures are up slightly on Chase TV. This is NPR news.
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