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1.  Polling shows the presidential race in Georgia too close to call and that's clear on the campaign trail. Just today Senator Kamala Harris and Donald Trump Junior were both in the state. As XX from member station WABE in Atlanta reports their visits show just how much and change there since 2016.
  Four years ago neither President Trump nor Hilary Clinton visited Georgia to the primary. This year Trump has been three times since the summer. Today with Donald Trump Junior second trip to metro Atlanta in two weeks.
  "We need to win overwhelmingly and we can not do that without you, Georgia. So get out girl___, vote."
  It's Harris' first time to Georgia since join the Democratic ticket. In Atlanta she spoke with the HBCU(Historically Black College Or University) students.
  "We need to vote to honor our ancestors people like the XXX. That's a reason to vote."
  Nearly one million new voters have registered in Georgia since 2016.


2.  Following a one side in Committee vote yesterday the full Senate is gearing up for a rare weekend session as Republican lawmakers raise to move Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination through. GOP lawmakers looking to further surmount the conservative majority on the High Court before Election Day even as Democrats has sought to stop___ her confirmation. Yesterday only Republicans on the Judiciary Committee moved to approve the nomination. Democrats boycotted the vote. On Monday suspected Barrett will be confirmed by the full Senate.


3.  President Trump says the US has started a formal process to remove Sudan from a list of state-sponsors of terrorism. The move comes after Sudan agreed to resolve some claims of US victims of Al-qaeda基地组织 attacks.
More from NPR's XX.
  Sudan has now transferred 335 million dollars to an ___ account to settle claims of some of the victims of the 1998 US embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania and the attack on USS Cole“科尔”号驱逐舰. In a statement the White House calls this a momentous重大的 step forward in US-Sudan relations. The long time leader of that country was ousted last year. And the transitional government has lobbied hard to get out from under US sanctions that are crippling the economy. Families of the victims of 911 now worried that the deal could protell___ their efforts to sue Sudan where Al-qaeda leader Osam Bin Laden lived in the 1990s. 敲诈啊!


4.  Another potential new coronavirus record for the US. The number of new daily cases is  moving higher. The impact of the latest surge is being filed in nearly every section of the country. The US is approaching 8.5 million confirmed cases with nearly 224,000 deaths so far. The latest lockdown comes as the XXX Su tribe's reservation in South Dakota touch a shutdown. Local health officials claimed for residents in that state to halt children birthday parties in large gatherings.


5.  A mixed close on Wall Street today.....

[03:17.7-04:13.4]
6.  Mexico will make tomorrow's deadline to send water to the US under a last minute agreement hashed out between the two countries. As NPR's XX reports, the deal came after a month of clashes between Mexican farmers and federal police over the decades-old water treaty.
  Under the treaty signed in 1944, Mexico and the US share water that runs in the rivers across the international border. But in the last five years a particularly dry period in the region Mexico has falling behind in their transfers. Farmers south of the border in FXX have protested any water deliveries from their dams, at one point taking over a critical reservoir. In the new deal Mexico will be able to send water from other border dams to meet commitments. Mexico's President thanks US officials for the understanding in solidarity. The water will come from dams in other border states in the US has agreed to provide drinking water, its supplies get critical in Mexican border cities.

[04:16.1-04:45.2]
7.  A central Florida teen is suing his high school after school officials revoked its parking pass学校收回了他的校园停车证 for refusing to remove a large elephant statue from the bed of his pickup, a statue he painted to promote President Donald Trump. Tyler Maxwell says his grandfather gave him the elephant statue which they painted red, white and blue before the 2016 election. Maxwell said now he can drive and vowed___ to decide to put the statue in his truck. He was asked to move it. The family and federal lawsuit contest Maxwell's First Amendment Rights were violated.


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1.  Polling shows the presidentialrace in Georgia too close to call and that's clear on the campaign trail. Justtoday Senator Kamala Harris and Donald Trump Junior were both in the state. AsXX from member station WABE in Atlanta reports their visits show just how much thingshave change theresince 2016.
  Four years ago neither PresidentTrump nor Hilary Clinton visited Georgia to the primary. This year Trump hasbeen three times since the summer. Today with Donald Trump Junior second trip tometro Atlanta in two weeks.
  "We need to win overwhelminglyand we can not do that without you, Georgia. So get out of there, vote."
  It's Harris' first time to Georgiasince join the Democratic ticket. In Atlanta she spoke with theHBCU(Historically Black College Or University) students.
  "We need to vote to honor the ancestors people likethe XXX. That's a reason to vote."

  Nearly one million new voters haveregistered in Georgia since 2016.


2.  Following a one side in Committeevote yesterday the full Senate is gearing up for a rare weekend session asRepublican lawmakers raise to move Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Courtnomination through. GOP lawmakers looking to further surmount the conservativemajority on the High Court before Election Day even as Democrats has sought to stall her confirmation.Yesterday only Republicans on the Judiciary Committee moved to approve thenomination. Democrats boycotted the vote. On Monday suspected Barrett will beconfirmed by the full Senate.



3.  President Trump says the US hasstarted a formal process to remove Sudan from a list of state-sponsors ofterrorism. The move comes after Sudan agreed to resolve some claims of USvictims of Al-qaeda
attacks.

More from NPR's XX.
  Sudan has now transferred 335million dollars to an escrowaccount to settle claims of some of the victims of the 1998 US embassy bombingsin Kenya and Tanzania and the attack on USS Cole
.In a statement the White House calls this a momentous step forward in US-Sudan relations. The long time leader of that country wasousted last year. And the transitional government has lobbied hard to get outfrom under US sanctions that are crippling the economy. Families of the victimsof 911 now worried that the deal could curtail their efforts to sue Sudan where Al-qaedaleader Osam Bin Laden lived in the 1990s.


4.  Another potential new coronavirusrecord for the US. The number of new daily cases is  moving higher.The impact of the latest surge is being felt in nearly every section of the country. TheUS is approaching 8.5 million confirmed cases with nearly 224,000 deaths sofar. The latest lockdown comes as the XXX Su tribe's reservation in SouthDakota had toshutdown. Local health officials also plead with residents in that state to halt childrenbirthday parties in large gatherings.


5.  A mixed close on Wall Street todaythe dow down 28 points the nasdaq xx 42 points today.

[03:17.7-04:13.4]

6.  Mexico will make tomorrow's deadline(???
感觉不对,但又不知道该是什么)to send water to the US under a last minute agreement hashed out between thetwo countries. As NPR's XX reports, the deal came after a month of clashesbetween Mexican farmers and federal police over the decades-old water treaty.
  Under the treaty signed in 1944,Mexico and the US share water that runs in the rivers across the internationalborder. But in the last five years a particularly dry period in the regionMexico has falling behind in their transfers. Farmers south of the border inFXX have been in a main protestat any water deliveries from their dams, at one point taking over acritical reservoir. In the new deal Mexico will be able to send water fromother border dams to meet commitments. Mexico's President thanks US officialsfor the understanding in solidarity.
The water will comefrom dams in other border states the US has agreed to provide drinking water.its supplies get critical in Mexican border cities.

[04:16.1-04:45.2]

7.  A central Florida teen is suinghis high school after school officials revoked its parking pass
学校收回了他的校园停车证for refusing to remove a large elephant statue from the bed of his pickup, astatue he painted to promote President Donald Trump. Tyler Maxwell says hisgrandfather gave him the elephant statue which they painted red, white and bluebefore the 2016 election. Maxwell said now he can drive and vowed he decided toput the statue in his truck. He was asked to move it. The family and federallawsuit contest Maxwell's First Amendment Rights were violated.
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