September 16 coronavirus news

The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
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Who’s Succeeding Against the Coronavirus and Why
Four months after the coronavirus outbreak was declared a global health emergency, countries around the world have seen vastly different results from their efforts to fight the pandemic.
Car Chased Down and Blocked by L.A. Protesters, Driver Assaulted in Video
Multiple incidents took place following the indictment of one of the officers involved in Breonna Taylor's killing.
Police officer shot dead in London as man is detained
A police officer has died after being shot in the early hours of Friday by a man being detained at Croydon Custody Centre in south London, the city's Metropolitan Police Service said.
LeBron James calls for "justice, no matter how long it takes"
"We lost a beautiful woman in Breonna, that has no say so in what's going on right now, and we want justice no matter how long it takes," said the NBA star.
'The Great British Baking Show': How They Filmed the Show During Lockdown
"The Great British Baking Show" is back on Netflix, after the cast and crew managed to film in an entirely new way earlier this year.
Ryan Fitzpatrick Sets NFL Record as Dolphins Defeat Jaguars on Thursday Night Football
The veteran quarterback is the first NFL player in 70 years to defeat the same opponent with six different teams.
He has refereed high school football since 1963. At age 84, he’s not sure it’s safe to return.
This is the first fall in more than five decades that Paul Friedman isn't on the field as a game official.
Federal Judge Bars Trump Administration From Ending Census Early
The ruling says the census, which was delayed for months because of the coronavirus, needs more time to get an accurate count.
Military 'Will Not Follow' Unlawful Trump Orders Over Election, House Armed Services Chairman Says
Rep. Adam Smith told CNN that the military would not break the Constitution and follow President Donald Trump's orders should he lose on November 3.
Berkeley to be first US city to ban junk food and candy in grocery checkout aisles
As part of a health initiative, Berkeley is getting ready to become the first city in the United States to require large grocery stores to stop selling junk food and candy in checkout aisles.
Fox News Host Tucker Carlson Says 'Partisan Judges' Want to Destroy 'Fraud-Free' Election Night
The host of Tucker Carlson Tonight said there was "nothing" judges would like more than to delay the outcome of the presidential race.
FBI Conducting Multiple Antifa Investigations
Director Christopher Wray tells Congress that "antifa is a real thing" after previously saying they are neither a group nor an organization.
China's New York Consulate Says Pompeo Spy Charge Is 'Vicious Slander'
The Trump administration has taken aim at Beijing's consulates in the U.S., accusing them of acting as hubs for intelligence gathering and political influence activities.
US still in first Covid-19 wave and should be prepared for 'challenge' of fall and winter, Fauci says
The US remains in the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic since cases never declined significantly to a good baseline, says Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg makes history, Breonna Taylor, Heat-Celtics: 5 things to know Friday
Ruth Bader Ginsburg to get historic honor, Breonna Taylor's family to hold a news conference in Louisville and more things to start your Friday.       
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Grubhub reveals trending dishes for fall, and of course they're decadent
Aside from maybe our own stomachs and colons, no one knows more about what we’ve been eating than online delivery services.
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Two-year old shoots 12-year old cousin after finding gun, police say
A 2-year-old in Alabama was able to gain access to a handgun and accidentally shoot his 12-year-old cousin, according to authorities. Mobile police responded to a report of a shooting Wednesday evening, where the 12-year-old’s mother told officers her toddler nephew had found a gun on a bed and accidentally shot her son, news outlets...
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Daily Caller reporters arrested and held overnight while covering Louisville protests
Two journalists with The Daily Caller, a conservative online news outlet based in Washington, were arrested late Wednesday night while covering the Breonna Taylor protests in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Mystery as Man Found Shot Dead in Burger King Uniform
Police say the victim was not wearing any shoes but a pair of sneakers and a hat were found nearby.
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At least 1 hurt in hit-and-run during L.A. protest
At least one person was hurt when a vehicle ran into a small crowd of people protesting police brutality in Los Angeles Thursday night, authorities said. (Sept. 25)       
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Rainfall on opposite corners of the country
Rainfall occurs on opposite corners of the country with huge temperature swings on the horizon. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the latest.
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Selena Gomez shows off kidney transplant scar in swimsuit photo: ‘I feel confident’
The actress and singer received a transplant in 2017 following complications from lupus.
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Bryan Callen sues rape accuser's husband: report
Bryan Callen has taken action following accusations of sexual misconduct by several women, including rape.
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Women like my mom nicked the glass ceiling. Ruth Bader Ginsburg stood on their shoulders.
Mom wasn't on a crusade for women's liberation but, like Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she faced discrimination.       
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How the U.K. Is Joining Nations Fighting to Save Jobs
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South Korea says Kim Jong-un apologized over official’s shooting death
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un apologized Friday over the killing of a South Korea official near the rivals’ disputed sea boundary, saying he’s “very sorry” about the “unexpected” and “unfortunate” incident, South Korean officials said Friday. It’s extremely unusual for a North Korean leader to apologize to rival South Korea...
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Africa's CDC chief explains continent's low death rate
The Covid-19 death rate in Africa has defied expectations and stayed relatively low. CNN's David McKenzie speaks to Dr. John Nkengasong, Director of Africa's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about the continent's coronavirus response.
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Apple Watch Series 6: Is it worth it to upgrade?
At the core of the model upgrade is a blood oxygen sensor, which Apple stresses isn't a medical tool. We tried it out.      
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Review: The 'Boys' are back: Parsons, Quinto and Bomer bring the 'Band' party to Netflix
"The Boys in the Band" — Mart Crowley's landmark gay story that's at once dated and timely — captures the bonds of friendship, even when it gets ugly.
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Sniffer dogs deployed to detect Covid-19 at airport -- with almost 100% success rate
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Biden’s claim that Trump’s tax bill gave companies ‘a reward for offshoring jobs’
The Democratic nominee is a fierce critic of Trump's tax bill, but a key charge is not yet confirmed in the data.
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Ex-Washington Post editor: Media too opinionated, Trump attacks troubling
A dozen years after stepping down as the Washington Post’s top editor, Leonard Downie reaches into history when asked about the war between Donald Trump and the media.
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'Secret Society of Second-Born Royals' Cast: Meet the Stars of the Disney+ Film
"Secret Society of Second-Born Royals" is the new Disney+ movie featuring a cast of members of royal families – who are also superheroes.
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Breonna Taylor's family attorney believes the Kentucky attorney general's investigation was a coverup
After another night of protests, Louisville's mayor said he is extending the city's curfew through the weekend to balance people's "rights to peacefully protest with the duty to protect public safety."
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'Restaurants for Biden': Famous chefs, restaurateurs claim Trump 'failed' their industry: report
More than 150 chefs and restaurant owners have signed a letter backing the Democrat
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What Charles Barkley Said About Breonna Taylor and Defund the Police
The NBA on TNT analyst argued Taylor's death could not be compared to George Floyd as her boyfriend fired at police officers.
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Anthony Davis has been Lakers' clutch fourth-quarter closer against Nuggets
Anthony Davis had never appeared in the conference finals before, but he has met the moment with some dominant fourth quarters against the Nuggets.        
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Costco sells Kirkland-brand hard seltzer, joining trendy drink market
Costco has released its own brand of hard seltzer in four flavors: mango, grapefruit, black cherry and lime.
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Bollywood superstar Deepika Padukone to be questioned by police as celebrity drug probe deepens
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QB Ryan Fitzpatrick leads Dolphins to first win of season -- over Jaguars
Ryan Fitzpatrick was having the most fun in the Miami Dolphins’ 31-13 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday night.
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Pac-12 Proves It's a Follower, Not a Leader, In College Football Landscape
The Big Ten has also lagged behind with its return during COVID-19, but at least the Big Ten blazed a trail to postpone sports, and to their abrupt return. The Pac-12 has remained a few steps behind.
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South Carolina shooting into GOP building sets off party squabbling
Someone shot at a Republican Party building in South Carolina earlier this week – prompting the chairmen of both major parties in the state to trade barbs in local media and on Twitter.
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'World's largest' overwater villas open in Maldives
Soneva Fushi in the Maldives is now home to what it claims are the world's largest one- and two-bedroom overwater villas, and they even have slides.
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'World's largest' overwater villas open in Maldives
Luxury is synonymous with Maldives hotels, but Soneva Fushi has just upped the ante.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is the First Woman to Lie in State at the U.S. Capitol
Ginsburg’s casket will be brought to the Capitol Friday morning for a private ceremony
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Bollywood superstar Deepika Padukone to be questioned by police as celebrity drug probe deepens
Deepika Padukone, one of Bollywood's most prominent stars, is set to be questioned in an ongoing probe into Indian celebrities following the suspected suicide of actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
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‘Everyone sees the train wreck coming’: Trump reveals his November end game
After more than four years of non-stop voter fraud claims, insinuations that he might not accept the presidential election results, the president’s intent is no secret.
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How Barbara Lagoa’s fight for Elian Gonzalez shaped her legal career
The Cuban refugee case left the Supreme Court contender ‘heartbroken’ and ‘seared into her soul’ the importance of the rule law.
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