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    Furious Chicago residents are demanding action after a five-month-old baby became the latest homicide victim during a crime-filled weekend in the Windy City. The baby, Cecilia Thomas, was traveling in a car with her father when she was shot in the head in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood Friday night. Police say Thomas was killed after an unidentified woman who opened fire on the family's car in a drive-by shooting. The baby was taken to a nearby hospital, where she later died from her injuries. A 41-year-old man, traveling in a separate car, was also struck in the incident and suffered a gunshot wound to the eye. He was said to be in stable condition. The shooter fled the scene and police have no suspects in custody at this time. Community activist Ja'Mal Green, who is running for mayor, is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the conviction of Thomas' killer. Meanwhile, outraged residents are calling on lawmakers to take action after at least 20 people were shot in the crime-ridden city over the weekend.  CBS News named Chicago, which...
    Four passengers escaped a small plane that crashed into a backyard and burst into flames in Texas after having 'engine' problems. The aircraft - a Cessna 421C Golden Eagle - took off from the Hobby Airport around 2.15pm on Friday. Only a few minutes later, the pilot told Air Traffic Control that they were 'having problems with our engine' and that they needed to 'turn back to the airport as soon as possible,' KHOU reported. The frightened pilot reportedly told the tower: 'We are not going to make it.' Pictures of the crash show thick plumes of smoke rising up from the plane, as the white exterior blackened from the fire that erupted at the tail-end of the aircraft. The plane appears to have missed both houses and only damaged the shared fence and a gazebo. Scorched earth can be seen where the plane skidded to a stop.   A frightened pilot told Air Traffic Control that 'we're not going to make' as the small plane made an emergency landing in a Houston backyard near Dobie High School. The pilot also reported...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci on Wednesday reemphasized that the world will not “eradicate” the Chinese coronavirus, despite President Biden’s previous vow to defeat the virus itself.  He made the remarks during Wednesday’s press briefing by the White House COVID-19 Response Team and public health officials, discussing the reduced severity of the omicron variant of the virus.  “So, if we’re going to look ahead at what happens when this peaks and it ultimately goes down — as I’ve said on previous pressers here from the White House: that we’re not going to eradicate this,” Fauci proclaimed.  “We’ve only done that with smallpox. We’re not going to eliminate that; that only happens with massive vaccination programs like we did with measles and with vaccines. But we ultimately will control it,” he said, previewing a world where individuals learn to deal with the virus, yet failing to mention that public health officials have largely made that a difficult feat, given the initial months of lockdowns and subsequent restrictions nearly two years later.  “And if you control it in a way it’s at a such a...
    Buckhead City Committee CEO Bill White’s movement to deannex his wealthy suburb from the crime-ridden city of Atlanta is making progress, he told SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Saturday. White, coming off of just launching the logo for the hypothetical Buckhead city on Friday, told host Matthew Boyle the idea of cityhood — which has surfaced periodically out of resident frustrations over the past decade-plus — is now more realistic than ever. “When you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired, you’ve got to organize,” White explained. “I think sometimes it just takes some people, and we have all these great volunteers, subject matter experts, even people who work for the city of Atlanta who are helping us to set up our city. So we’re not a fly by night, willy-nilly, knee-jerk organization.” Listen: White throughout this year has been spearheading Buckhead’s cityhood pursuit, a grassroots movement that has transformed into a serious effort as violent crime remains high in Atlanta and state lawmakers and donors exhibit support for his proposal. Georgia Republican state Sens. Brandon Beach and Clint Dixon...
    Nineteen Eighty-Fortnite adEpic Games On Wednesday, Apple and Epic Games laid out in separate dueling legal filings what they consider to be the key facts and main legal issues ahead of an antitrust trial that's scheduled to start in May. Apple and Epic Games, best known for its game Fortnite, have been in a legal battle since last year after Epic Games tried to avoid Apple's 30% App Store fee through a server software update that skirted past Apple's App Store payments system. Apple responded by removing Fortnite from its App Store, effectively preventing iPhone users from playing the game. Top executives from both companies are expected to testify in-person in federal court in Oakland, California in a trial that is expected to last weeks. Apple executives including Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple software SVP Craig Federighi, and former marketing head Phil Schiller may testify, according to court filings. Epic Games CEO and founder Tim Sweeney is also on the trial witness list. The late-night filings from each company are lengthy and packed with detail. Below you can find a...
    Matthew Rozsa October 26, 2020 8:15PM (UTC) President Donald Trump's Chief of Staff Mark Meadows made an astonishing admission on Sunday, telling CNN that the White House has given up on trying to control the spread of the novel coronavirus. Notably, a fresh outbreak within the administration recently infected at least five advisers to Vice President Mike Pence. "We're not going to control the pandemic," Meadows told CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday. "We are going to control the fact that we get vaccines, therapeutics and other mitigations." : Former Vice President Joe Biden, who is running against Trump in the upcoming election, responded to Meadows' comment by saying, "This wasn't a slip by Meadows; it was a candid acknowledgment of what President Trump's strategy has clearly been from the beginning of this crisis: to wave the white flag of defeat and hope that by ignoring it, the virus would simply go away. It hasn't, and it won't." Meadows' remarks are particularly ironic because Pence chairs the White House's coronavirus task force, and his performance in that role was...
    Loading the player... The coronavirus has reached into the heart of the White House once more, less than a week before Election Day, as it scorches the nation and the president’s top aide says “we’re not going to control the pandemic.” Officials on Sunday scoffed at the notion of dialing back in-person campaigning despite positive tests from several aides to Vice President Mike Pence, who leads the White House coronavirus task force. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, pressed to explain why the pandemic cannot be reined in, said, “Because it is a contagious virus just like the flu.” He told CNN’s ”State of the Union” that the government was focused on getting effective therapeutics and vaccines to market. Read More: Pence to continue campaigning after ‘close contact’ staff contract coronavirus Pence, who tested negative on Sunday, according to his office, planned an afternoon rally in North Carolina, while the president held an afternoon rally in New Hampshire and visited an orchard in Levant, Maine, where he signed autographs and assured a crush of mostly unmasked supporters that...
    White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows talks to reporters at the White House on October 21, 2020 in Washington, DC.Tasos Katopodis | Getty Images News | Getty Images White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said on Sunday that the U.S. will not get control of the coronavirus pandemic as the country reports a record high in new daily Covid-19 cases. "We're not going to control the pandemic," Meadows said during an interview on CNN. "We are going to control the fact that we get vaccines, therapeutics and other mitigations." Pressed on why the U.S. can't make efforts to control the pandemic, Meadows said: "Because it is a contagious virus just like the flu." "What we need to do is make sure that we have the proper mitigation factors, whether it's therapies or vaccines or treatments to make sure that people don't die from this," Meadows said. Meadow's comments point to the Trump administration's focus on a potential vaccine or therapeutic to manage Covid-19, rather than implementing national measures to help mitigate the spread of infections. More than 224,000...
    WASHINGTON -- With COVID-19 cases surging in the United States, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows acknowledged that the Trump administration can't stop the spread and is focusing instead on getting a vaccine.The coronavirus has reached into the heart of the White House once more, less than a week before Election Day, as it scorches the nation and the president's top aide says "we're not going to control the pandemic."Officials are scoffing at the notion of dialing back in-person campaigning despite positive tests from several aides to Vice President Mike Pence, who leads the White House coronavirus task force.White House chief of staff Mark Meadows was pressed to explain why the pandemic cannot be reined in, and he told CNN, "Because it is a contagious virus just like the flu."
    Mark Meadows said Sunday that the White House is no longer focusing on stopping the spread of coronavirus, and instead is putting its efforts into developing a vaccine and other therapeutics to combat the pandemic. The White House chief of staff got into a terse back-and-forth with CNN's Jake Tapper Sunday morning over President Donald Trump's strategy to not try to 'control' the virus because it cannot be controlled. 'Here's what we have to do. We're not going to control the pandemic, we are going to control the fact that we get vaccines, therapeutics and other mitigations,' Meadows said in his interview on 'State of the Union.' 'Why aren't we going to get control of the pandemic?' Tapper asked. 'Because it is a contagious virus, just like the flu,' Meadows reasoned. 'Yeah, but why not make efforts to contain it?' the CNN host pushed. Meadows assured, 'Well we are making efforts to contain it.' CNN's Jake Tapper (left) and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows (right) got into a terse back-and-forth Sunday as Meadows revealed President Donald Trump's...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the presidential campaign (all times local): 11:15 a.m. With COVID-19 cases surging in the United States, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows acknowledged that the Trump administration can’t stop the spread and is focusing instead on getting a vaccine. He told CNN’s “State of the Union”: “We’re not going to control the pandemic. We are going to control the fact that we get vaccines, therapeutics.” President Donald Trump largely shuns wearing a mask and has repeatedly insisted at campaign rallies that the U.S. is “rounding the corner” when it comes to the coronavirus. But Meadows on Sunday appeared to contradict that assessment. When pressed why the U.S. won’t get control of the pandemic, he replied: “Because it is a contagious virus just like the flu.” Meadows says the administration is making efforts to contain the virus and predicts “we’re going to defeat it.” Meadows says “our ability to handle this has improved each and every day.” New cases, however, have been on the rise, according to data published by Johns Hopkins University. ___...
    Dolly Parton mural in Nashville honors the singer and her thoughts on Black Lives Matter Up to 300 Pizza Hut locations are set to close in the aftermath of the chains largest franchisee filing for bankruptcy ‘Unless we do this together, we’re not going to get this under control’: Dr. Fauci says other countries show how to beat COVID-19 What can the U.S. do differently? © Getty Images Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: ‘When they shut down, they shut down like, ‘Bang!’ When we shut down, it was never in the level that the Asian countries did.’ Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, delivered some blunt messages to the public during an online video interview with actor Matthew McConaughey. There are three key reasons why many island nations and Asian countries, such as New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea, have managed to control coronavirus, he said. Load Error Aside from social distancing and masks, he said these countries took many correct approaches to deal...
    NFL training camps: Teams prepare for 2020 season amid COVID pandemic Your Weekly Horoscope Stars For August 17-23 ‘Unless we do this together, we’re not going to get this under control’: Dr. Fauci says we can learn from other nations on how to beat COVID-19 What can the U.S. do differently? © Getty Images Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: ‘When they shut down, they shut down like, ‘Bang!’ When we shut down, it was never in the level that the Asian countries did.’ Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, delivered some blunt messages to the public during an online video interview with actor Matthew McConaughey. There are three key reasons why many island nations and Asian countries, such as New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea, have managed to control coronavirus, he said. Load Error Aside from social distancing and masks, he said these countries took many correct approaches to deal with their respective outbreaks and, as a result, have created the right environment to...
    Guardiolas tinkering ends in familiar Champions League exit for Man City Americas drive-in scene is booming ‘Unless we do this together, we’re not going to get this under control’: Fauci says Americans can learn from other nations on how to beat COVID-19 What can the U.S. do differently? © Getty Images Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: ‘When they shut down, they shut down like, ‘Bang!’ When we shut down, it was never in the level that the Asian countries did.’ Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, delivered some blunt messages to the public during an online video interview with actor Matthew McConaughey. There are three key reasons why many island nations and Asian countries, such as New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea, have managed to control coronavirus, he said. Load Error Aside from social distancing and masks, he said these countries took many correct approaches to deal with their respective outbreaks and, as a result, have created the right environment to begin opening up...
    As the pandemic endures, mayors call for guaranteed income It’s a little nerve-wracking: Lunchtime for students looks different amid COVID-19 ‘Unless we do this together, we’re not going to get this under control’: Fauci says we can learn from other nations on how to beat COVID-19 What can the U.S. do differently? © Getty Images Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: ‘When they shut down, they shut down like, ‘Bang!’ When we shut down, it was never in the level that the Asian countries did.’ Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, delivered some blunt messages to the public during an online video interview with actor Matthew McConaughey. There are three key reasons why many island nations and Asian countries, such as New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea, have managed to control coronavirus, he said. Load Error Aside from social distancing and masks, he said these countries took many correct approaches to deal with their respective outbreaks and, as a result, have created the right environment...
    VIDEO: The 2019-20 Premier League season in review Three Stunning New Photos Mark Princess Annes 70th Birthday ‘Unless we do this together, we’re not going to get this under control’: Fauci says U.S. can learn from other countries to beat COVID-19 What can the U.S. do differently? © Getty Images Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: ‘When they shut down, they shut down like, ‘Bang!’ When we shut down, it was never in the level that the Asian countries did.’ Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, delivered some blunt messages to the public during an online video interview with actor Matthew McConaughey. There are three key reasons why many island nations and Asian countries, such as New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea, have managed to control coronavirus, he said. Load Error Aside from social distancing and masks, he said these countries took many correct approaches to deal with their respective outbreaks and, as a result, have created the right environment to begin opening up their...
    Longtime Democratic strategist James Carville declared on Thursday night that there is “no chance” President Trump wins re-election in November. “I think there is a better chance Donald Trump does not run for re-election, than he is re-elected,” Carville told MSNBC’s Brian Williams. “There is no chance he’s gonna be re-elected,” Carville continued. “If you just take the events of the last 10 days, obviously he has no control over the virus, he has no control over the tension in the streets...he’s lost control over everything.” TRUMP RALLY GIVES FOX NEWS LARGEST SATURDAY NIGHT AUDIENCE IN ITS HISTORY Carville then told WIlliams that multiple polls confirm his theory. CNN, MSNBC COVERED LESS THAN 4 MINUTES OF TRUMP RALLY DESPITE ALL-DAY TULSA COVERAGE, STUDY SAYS “Zero chance he’s gonna be re-elected,” Carville repeated, adding that someone should warn Trump a “humiliating” defeat is coming his way. “Jared, or somebody, is gonna have to sit down and have a real, like, talk, a real man-to-man, a come-to-Jesus as people used to say, I don’t know what is it,” Carville said. “That is, that which can’t continue will not.” Carville, a former Clinton staffer, said the Republican Party needs to think of “something different.” “I mean that, I’m serious,”...
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