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1.  With six days to go before Election Day, former vice president Joe Biden and President Donald Trump have both condemned the violence that occurred during some protests in Philadelphia. NPR's XX reports on their response to the fatal police shooting of a black man there Monday.
  Amid the Philadelphia protests sparked by the death of Walter Wallace Jr., Trump is calling for law and order and respect for the police. He argues Biden and other democrats need to take a stronger stance on destructive demonstrators.
  "You can't let there___ go on again, a democrat-run state, a democrat-run city, Philadelphia."
  But, Biden has condemned the violence.
  "There's no excuse whatsoever for the looting and the violence. None whatsoever."
  Biden noted that protesting over all was "totally legitimate". He added that if elected, he plans to create a commission to study ways to lessen lethal shootings by police.


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2.  The heads of some of the nation's biggest tech company spent part of their day getting a scolding from Senate Republicans on Capital Hill amid charges by some lawmakers the companies have exhibited anti-conservative bias. The same time JOP lawmakers the Senate Commerce Committee were lambasting猛烈抨击 the tech company leaders. They were also warning about possible restrictions on those companies in the future. Some lawmakers made it clear they'd like to challenge the tech giant's legal protections regarding online speech. Some lawmakers including Committee Chairman Roger Wicker saying laws governing online speech should be updated.


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3.  The State Department is facilitating international observer missions to watch US elections. There are fewer observers than usual though because of Covid-19, and it's a challenging operation as NPR's XX explains.
  The former Polish diplomat is leading observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, says it flag____ monitoring 50 different elections.
  "There's nowhere complicated as the United States."
  XX is worried at the rules are changing and the in challenge in court even as voting is well underway. Her interim report中期报告 also raises concerns about Trump's rhetoric so in doubt about the election process.
  "Sometimes people say, well you know, you must be looting from some body in this election, ___ then they get the ___ and you know who are ___ you, the voter."
  The OSCE has been


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4.  Package shipper UPS reported both profits and revenue surge during the company's most recent quarter as so many people shopping online and packages are needed to be delivered. The company says its average daily volume has jumped 13.5%, profits were up 12% to $1.96 billion with the third quarter.


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5.  The selloff continued on Wall Street today in a round the world amid mounting concerns of a further economic slowing due to the potential cv lockdowns. The Dow plunged 943 points.


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6.  Germany is the latest country in Europe to slam back shuts some of its recently reopened economy amid an uptake in cv cases there. German chancellor Angela Merkel announcing today the country's part of a four-week shutdown will close restaurants, bars, cinemas, theater and other leisure facilities there in a bid to curb a sharp rise in virus infections. Merkel and the country's 16 states governors agreed to the partial lockdown during a video conference today. Germany's new restrictions will go into effect on Monday.


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7.  New York, New Jersey is under an 8PM curfew ordered by city's Mayor to limit activity after a huge spike in Covid-19 cases. XX from member station WNYC has more.
  The rate of the virus spread in New York is staggering, especially compared with New Jersey as a whole. As the last Friday there were 10,041 cases, and 637 deaths. The state's test positivity rate is 5.28%. New York is nearly 12. Cases have been especially aggressive in the eastward. It's the Latin center of the city, seat to the Spanish, and Portuguese culture, restaurants and night clubs. One in four people has the virus there. The curfew deals another serious blow to restaurants and night clubs already struggling financially as a result of pandemic related closures. The two-week curfew began Tuesday and city officials will re-assess conditions in November.


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8.  Crude Oil Futures Prices fell to the lowest level since earlier this month, oil ending the session at 37.39 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange amid mounting fears of major coronavirus-related slowing.
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