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        President Trump denies he ever called those who served in the military "losers" and "suckers." Protests hit the 100-day mark in Portland, Ore., with more clashes expected this weekend. And a research group says nearly three million people could die of COVID-19 by the end of the year.

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        Michael Reinoehl, the suspect of the fatal shooting of a supporter at a Pro-Trump caravan in Portland, Oregon was killed as law enforcement moved in to arrest him. Also, a second night of protests in Rochester, NY after body camera footage showed police suffocate Daniel Prude, a Black man, during his arrest. And, President Donald Trump is trailing his rival Vice President Joe Biden in key swing states he won in 2016. Trump traveled to Pennsylvania to energizing his base.

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        Both President Trump and Vice President Biden are off to battleground states as they hit the campaign trail today. Trump will travel to Latrobe, Pennsylvania while Biden heads to Kenosha, Wisconsin. Also, protests erupt in Rochester, New York over the death of a Black man. Daniel Prude died of suffocation seven days after being taken into custody by police. And, Germany confirms traces of Soviet-era poison in Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

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        Facebook and Twitter crackdown on an online operation trying to influence the 2020 election. Also, a former top counterterrorism official from Trump's administration talks about how white supremacy is a growing threat in America and why she felt she had to resign. And, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is ordering a halt on evictions nationwide through December to try and curb the spread of COVID-19.

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        President Trump travels to Kenosha, Wisconsin to meet with law enforcement as protesters continue to call for police reform. Also, New York City schools were set to open next week, but one of the largest teachers unions in the country is considering a strike. And, India is pushing forward with reopening it's economy despite record-breaking cases, quickly becoming the global epicenter of the pandemic.

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        A man was shot and killed during a pro-Trump rally in Portland, Oregon on Saturday. President Trump and the city's mayor blame each other for escalating tensions. Also, Wisconsin's governor called on state lawmakers to meet Monday to discuss police reform, but the Senate's Republican majority says it's taking their time on a proposal. And, with the conventions of both parties behind us and Election Day just about nine weeks away, the unrest and violence that we are seeing in some Americas cities have become a core issue of the presidential election.

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        After George Floyd's killing, protesters called for defunding the police and brought down public symbols of racism. In the final part of our series, Summer of Racial Reckoning, civil rights leaders talk about the future of the movement.

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        The investigation into the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin ramps up. Thousands marched for racial justice in Washington DC on the 57th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr's "I have a dream" speech. And the recovery from Hurricane Laura continues in Louisiana.

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        President Trump accepts the Republican nomination from the White House South Lawn with hundreds in the audience huddled together without masks. Also, clean up continues as Hurricane Laura leaves a trail of devastation. And, Japan's longest serving Prime Minister Shinzo Abe steps down because of his deteriorating health.

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        Hurricane Laura brings devastating storm surges to the Texas-Louisiana coast as it makes landfall as a Category 4 storm. Also, protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blake continued for a fourth straight night in Kenosha, Wisconsin. And, night three of the Republican Convention continued to make the case for Trump as a "law and order" president.

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