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1.    Some of President Trump's long-sought after-tax returns showed he paid just 750 dollars per year in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017. This is according to a new investigation published by the New York Times. The paper though did not publish the returns and NPR has not been able to confirm the reporting. The Times also says President Trump paid no federal income taxes in ten of the previous 15 years citing mass of loses in his business ventures. Trump denied the story in a news conference earlier tonight.
    "Totally fake news. You know. Actually, I paid tax, but, and you will see that as soon as my tax returns - It's under audit, they have been under audited for a long time. The IRS(Internal Revenue Service国税局) does not treat me well. They treat me very badly. The treat me like the people very badly."
    A lawyer for Trump told the Times that its reporting was inaccurate. The report also says Trump is fighting the IRS over an audit that could cost him more than 100 million dollars.


[news:/s/01:17.6-01:58.0]
2.    Senate Republicans are pushing for a quick confirmation of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee. Democratic leaders concede they have no pass to stopping it. NPR's XX reports, Judge Amy Coney Barrett is expected on Capitol Hill this week.
    Judge Barret is expected begin meeting with individual Senators on Tuesday, including majority leader Mitch McConnel and Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, the panel charged with vetoing Barret. Graham says the committee will hold four days of confirmation hearings beginning the week of October 12th, that could set up a vote by the full Senate the week before the November 3rd election. Although majority leader McConnel has only said such a vote would happen this year. Democratic Vice Presidential candidate, Senator Kamala Harris sits on the Judiciary Committee. She has issued a statement blasting the President's choice as Democrats framed to fight over Barret's nomination on what they say it would mean for the affordable Care Act and the Abortion Rights.


[news:/s/01:58.0-02:13.2]
3.    A top doctor in France is warning the country faces a month long cvp that will overwhelm its health system if something doesn't change. NPR's XX has more.
    PG, head of the National Council of the Order of Doctors made his remarks to the weekly XXX news paper. France recorded more than 15,000 new cases over the last 24 hours. Hospitalizations and intensive care entries are also on the rise. This week authorities announced tougher restrictions in several regions. Bars and restaurants have been forced to close completely in the southern city of Marseilles. And in Paris and several other large cities gyms are shuttered and gatherings of more than 10 people are forbidden. Health Minister XX warned this week that France needs to change the trajectory of the virus before it's too late. BXX said if things don't change now France will face a nationwide outbreak that the country's health system will not be able to handle.


[news:/s/02:15.1-03:12.8]
4.    In Belarus hundreds of protesters have been arrested in another weekend of demonstrations calling on President Alexander Lukasinko to step down. As NPR's XX reports, the authoritarian is claiming to the presidency after 26 years in power.
    Thousands of protesters filled the capital Minsk, saying they were having a people's inauguration for opposition leader XX who was forced into exile by the Belarusian regime. Protest has rattled Belarus ever since Alexander Lukasinko claimed a landslide in the disputed election last month. On Wednesday he held a secret inauguration ceremony to take his six term in office. The European Union and the US do not consider Lukasinko to be Belarus' legitimate leader. French President Emmanuel Macron said in a newspaper interview that Belarus was in crisis of authoritarian power hanging on by force and that Lukaxinko must step down.


[news:/s/03:16.1-04:17.0]
5.    United Nations says Yemen's warring sides have agreed to exchange more than 1000 prisoners. Today's agreement is part of a release plan that both sides reached earlier this year. It's part of a deal from peace talks two years ago in Sweden. The UN says the internationally-recognized government of Yemen and the Houthi rebels agreed to immediately release a first group of a little over 1000 detainees and prisoners. Implementation of that peace plan though has stumbled amid ongoing military offensive and distrust between the two sides.
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1.    Some of President Trump's long sought-after tax returns showed he paid just 750 dollars per year in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017. This is according to a new investigation published by the New York Times. The paper though did not publish the returns and NPR has not been able to confirm the reporting. The Times also says President Trump paid no federal income taxes in ten of the previous 15 years,  citing mass of loses in his business ventures. Trump denied the story in a news conference earlier tonight.
    "Totally fake news. You know. Actually, I paid tax, but, and you will see that as soon as my tax returns - It's under audit, they have been under audit for a long time. The IRS(Internal Revenue Service国税局) does not treat me well. They treat me very the Tea Party like they treated the Tea Party."
    A lawyer for Trump told the Times that its reporting was inaccurate. The report also says Trump is fighting the IRS over an audit that could cost him more than 100 million dollars.


[news:/s/01:17.6-01:58.0]
2.    Senate Republicans are pushing for a quick confirmation of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee. Democratic leaders concede they have no pass to stopping it. NPR's XX reports, Judge Amy Coney Barrett is expected on Capitol Hill this week.
    Judge Barret is expected begin meeting with individual Senators on Tuesday, including majority leader Mitch McConnel and Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, the panel charged with vetoing Barret. Graham says the committee will hold four days of confirmation hearings beginning the week of October 12th, that could set up a vote by the full Senate the week before the November 3rd election. Although majority leader McConnel has only said such a vote would happen this year. Democratic Vice Presidential candidate, Senator Kamala Harris sits on the Judiciary Committee. She has issued a statement blasting the President's choice as Democrats framed to fight over Barret's nomination on what they say it would mean for the affordable Care Act and the Abortion Rights.


[news:/s/01:58.0-02:13.2]
3.    A top doctor in France is warning the country faces a month long cvp that will overwhelm its health system if something doesn't change. NPR's XX has more.
    PG, head of the National Council of the Order of Doctors made his remarks to the weekly XXX news paper. France recorded more than 14,000 new cases over the last 24 hours. Hospitalizations and intensive care entries are also on the rise. This week authorities announced tougher restrictions in several regions. Bars and restaurants have been forced to close completely in the southern city of Marseilles. And in Paris and several other large cities gyms are shuttered and gatherings of more than 10 people are forbidden. Health Minister XX warned this week that France needs to change the trajectory of the virus before it's too late. BXX said if things don't change now France will face a nationwide outbreak that the country's health system will not be able to handle.


[news:/s/02:15.1-03:12.8]
4.    In Belarus hundreds of protesters have been arrested in another weekend of demonstrations,  calling on President Alexander Lukasinko to step down. As NPR's XX reports, the authoritarian is claiming to the presidency after 26 years in power.
    Thousands of protesters filled the capital Minsk, saying they were having a people's inauguration for opposition leader XX who was forced into exile by the Belarusian regime. Protest has rattled Belarus ever since Alexander Lukasinko claimed a landslide in the disputed election last month. On Wednesday he held a secret inauguration ceremony to take his six term in office. The European Union and the US do not consider Lukasinko to be Belarus' legitimate leader. French President Emmanuel Macron said in a newspaper interview that Belarus was in a crisis of authoritarian power hanging on by force and that Lukaxinko must step down.


[news:/s/03:16.1-04:17.0]
5.    United Nations says Yemen's warring sides have agreed to exchange more than 1000 prisoners. Today's agreement is part of a release plan that both sides reached earlier this year. It's part of a deal from peace talks two years ago in Sweden. The UN says the internationally-recognized government of Yemen and the Houthi rebels agreed to immediately release a first group of a little over 1000 detainees and prisoners. Implementation of that peace plan though has stumbled amid ongoing military offensive and distrust between the two sides.
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