Biden: I trust vaccines. I trust scientists. I don't trust Trump.

During a speech delivered by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on the coronavirus pandemic, he expressed faith in scientists developing vaccines for Covid-19, but said he doesn't trust President Donald Trump.
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At least one officer was shot during demonstrations after public outrage over a grand jury decision not to charge officers with killing Breonna Taylor
Zayn Malik confirms birth of first child with Gigi Hadid
Malik confirmed the baby girl's birth on Twitter.
Protesters spill into D.C. streets after grand jury decision in Breonna Taylor case
The demonstration down Constitution Avenue was largely peaceful, before some windows were broken
Mariah Carey’s ex-husband Tommy Mottola wishes her well as she teases memoir
“I am deeply gratified to have played that role in Mariah’s well-deserved and remarkable success …"
Evidence photos in the case against Mary Katherine Higdon
The investigation into Steven Freeman's death reveals a toxic relationship between high school sweethearts.
Acting DHS secretary: White supremacy is 'most persistent and lethal threat' internally to US
"White supremacist extremists, from a lethality standpoint over the last two years, particularly when you look at 2018 and 2019, are certainly the most persistent and lethal threat when we talk about domestic violent extremists," said Wolf.
Illinois man keeps sandwich Richard Nixon half-ate 60 years ago
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Demonstrations Resume After Grand Jury Decision on Breonna Taylor’s Death
Prosecutors announced a single officer had been indicted — but not on charges involving the Black woman's death
Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan draw criticism, disparaging Trump comments for video urging voting
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan urge Americans to vote in the upcoming election in a new video that is drawing criticism for its "political" stand.
Carter Williams, early advocate for restraint-free nursing homes, dies at 97
She helped bring about a ban on the use of physical restraints on nursing home patients.
Trump praises Kentucky governor's request for National Guard
President Trump on Wednesday praised Kentucky’s Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear for calling in the National Guard just hours before a police officer was shot during protests following the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case.
2 cops shot as hundreds gather in downtown Louisville for Breonna Taylor protests
Two police officers were shot in Louisville, Ky., Wednesday night as protesters flocked to the streets to demand justice for Breonna Taylor, authorities said.
Louisville university cancels classes following Breonna Taylor charges, urges students to 'channel your feelings'
A Louisville college announced it has canceled classes following the announced charges surrounding the death of Breonna Taylor.
John Cena to star in 'Suicide Squad' spinoff 'Peacemaker' on HBO Max
The former WWE star will also serve as a co-executive producer.
Letters penned by Trump, Nixon give new insights
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Early data suggests low risk of potential coronavirus transmission in schools: Report
Despite colleges campuses across the country struggling with coronavirus outbreaks in recent weeks, new early data suggests that the situation may be less severe for younger students and their teachers, according to a report by the Washington Post.
Trump refuses to commit to a peaceful transfer of power
President Trump, six weeks from Election Day and behind in the polls, refused Wednesday to commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose the November election.
Biden condemns violent protests following Breonna Taylor grand jury decision
None of the officers involved were charged with killing Taylor.
9/23/20: Red and Blue
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It’s time for Jets’ Chris Herndon to deliver on massive potential
Chris Herndon looks the part. Now he needs to play the part. Because, more than ever, the Jets need him to start playing like the player they believe he is. He needs to be that guy now. Not in a couple weeks. Not later in the season. Like … starting this Sunday in Indianapolis. Dating...
Coronavirus testing czar claims he's 'never been pressured' by Trump to 'change the guidance'
Assistant Secretary for Health Adm. Brett Giroir told "The Story" Wednesday that he has never felt pressured by the Trump administration to alter public guidance about coronavirus.
Kai Kara-France: Flyweight division more 'even' than ever going into UFC 253
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Texas Republican Gov. Abbott sued by GOP over early voting decision
The Texas Republican Party filed a lawsuit against the state governor Wednesday, after Gov. Greg Abbott added six days to the early voting period in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
LeBron James on Breonna Taylor case: 'The most DISRESPECTED person on earth is THE BLACK WOMAN!'
Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James reacted to the grand jury’s decision to indict one of three police officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor with criminal charges.
Gabourey Sidibe says Hollywood ‘seas didn’t part’ for her post-‘Precious’
Apparently she got got "Precious" few offers.
Trump on accepting election results: "we're going to have to see what happens"
President Trump on Wednesday night refused to say if he would accept the results of the upcoming election. The comments came as the president continued to suggest the election may end up being decided by the Supreme Court. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang and CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
Matthew McConaughey reacts to his 'Dazed and Confused' audition tape
The movie was one of McConaughey's first Hollywood gigs and is credited with launching his career.
Rays use Kevin Cash’s ‘stable’ threat to troll Yankees
The Yankees are getting trolled by their new biggest rival. On Wednesday the Tampa Bay Rays unveiled what they’re calling “The stable shirt,” an obvious reference to manager Kevin Cash’s angry rant directed at the Yankees earlier this month when the two teams engaged in their latest bit of drama. “I have a whole damn...
Breonna Taylor Protests Break Out in Cities Across Nation
Protests are erupting across the country Wednesday night after a Kentucky grand jury announced their decision to not bring murder charges against officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor. This is a developing story. LOUISVILLE, KY Officer down in
Louisville metro police confirm officer shot during protest
CNN's Shimon Prokupecz reports on Louisville metro police confirming an officer was shot during the protests after the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case announced the charges against one officer, Brett Hankison.
Florida, Ole Miss Plan Social Justice Demonstration at Saturday's Football Game
Two teams from the old South have planned a social justice demonstration for their game this Saturday in Mississippi.
Ann Coulter: Innocent Until Proven Trump Supporter
Poor Jake Gardner didn’t stand a chance against the raging, hate-filled multitude.
Emmys send out email touting Jerry Harris as presenter hours after arrest
The Academy boasted that awards had been handed out by stars from “some of the season’s most popular shows.”
Hundreds gather across NYC to protest Breonna Taylor verdict
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Gotham Wednesday night in massive demonstrations over a Kentucky grand jury’s decision to clear the cops involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor of any wrongdoing. More than 600 people massed outside Brooklyn’s Barclays Center by 8 p.m., with scores more crossing the Manhattan and Brooklyn...
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Federal safety regulators on Wednesday faulted the pilots for the August 2019 crash that injured former NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., his wife and 15-month-old daughter.
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Zack Snyder plans to shoot new ‘Justice League’ scenes next month
The "Justice League" is getting back together.
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Protesters in New York demand justice for Breonna
Demonstrators calling for prosecution of police officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor resumed their protest Wednesday after prosecutors announced a single officer had been indicted but not on charges involving the Black woman's death. (Sept. 23)       
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Rand Paul: KY Gov. 'Has Not Taken' Calls for National Guard Deployment 'Seriously'
On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “The Story,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) criticized Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) by stating that “I’ve been calling for weeks for the National Guard to be out” to keep the peace in the wake
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How businesses are trying to reopen safely
Many U.S. businesses are implementing extensive cleaning and disinfecting procedures in order to safely reopen during the pandemic. CBSN associate producer Ayanna Runcie shows us what this process looks like.
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Model says she’s being harassed, losing gigs over her unibrow
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Californians on 2035 new gas engine car sales ban
There was reaction Wednesday to an announcement from Gov. Gavin Newsom that California will halt sales of new gasoline-powered passenger cars and trucks by 2035. Gov. Newsom says the move will cut greenhouse gas emissions by 35% in the state. (Sept. 23)       
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'The Masked Singer' premiere recap: Dragon's fire is extinguished on the first episode
"Masked Singer" returned for a fourth season Wednesday, introducing Sun, Giraffe, Popcorn, Dragon and Snow Owls (the first costume with two stars).        
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'The Masked Singer' Season 4: Meet the contestants and see the first to be eliminated
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Racism has cost the U.S. $16 trillion, Citigroup finds
Quantifying the economic impact of racial inequality shows the steep toll it takes on America's growth.
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Leah McSweeney bumped to $10K per episode for 2nd year on ‘RHONY’
McSweeney was "ready to walk" just last week over her "pathetically low" original raise.
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Louisville cop shot in city’s downtown area
A Louisville, Ky., police officer has been shot in the city’s downtown. The officer was shot around 8:30 p.m. near Broadway and Brook Street as residents took to the city’s streets to protest the grand jury’s decision over the police killing of Breonna Taylor, WDRB, a local Fox affiliate, reported. Further information on the shooting...
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Florida attorney general asks for investigation of Bloomberg's efforts to reinstate felon voting rights
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