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Location American Headline News for 2 Oct 2020

The coronavirus outbreak at the White House is now the biggest story on the planet, but at 9:49 p.m. Thursday, it was just an aside during President Trump's phone call with Sean Hannity.

Trump Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

The New York Times - 2 Oct 2020 07:19
Trump Tests Positive for theThe president's result came after he spent months playing down the severity of the outbreak that has killed more than 207,000 in the United States and hours after insisting that "the end of the... pandemic is in sight."
'Give me a f***ing break':New audio recordings leaked by Melania Trump's former best friend reveal the First Lady's angry at being attacked for trying reunite a child with their mother after being seperated at the border.
Trump quarantining after WhiteHicks was seen boarding Marine One with Trump on Wednesday.       
Louisiana mom arrested afterA Louisiana mother was reportedly arrested after her 2-year-old son who last left inside a car died of heatstroke on Sunday. Natalie Broussard, 27, is facing a negligent homicide charge in connection... to the death of her baby, Ryatt Hensley, authorities told KLFY. The tot was found inside the car about 1:50 p.m. in Lafayette...
US stock futures plunged Friday after President Donald Trump said that he and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus.
40,000 trees face felling byWoods that inspired Beatrix Potter and John Constable in danger after hot, dry spring speeds up disease Woods that inspired Beatrix Potter and John Constable could be lost because of a surge in a... disease affecting ash, the National Trust has warned. The conservation charity said it faced its worst year on record for felling trees owing to ash dieback, in part due to one of the warmest and driest springs on record. Increased prolonged hot and dry conditions driven by the climate crisis were putting trees under stress and making them more susceptible to disease, dramatically speeding up the impact of ash dieback, the trust said.
Love child of former BelgianThe love child of former Belgian King Albert II on Thursday won a seven-year-long battle over her royal rights — and can now officially call herself a princess. Delphine Boël can now go by... “Delphine of Saxen-Coburg-Gotha, princess of Belgium,” after the Brussels Court of Appeal ruled that she was entitled to the same royal...
Fox News Quietly Paid KimberlyOne of the ex-host's assistants sent executives a confidential draft complaint in 2018 accusing Guilfoyle of sexual harassment, according to The New Yorker.
Trump, Biden debate wasTrump set the tone with most interruptions and disregard for decorum       
Sam Burgess: police and NRLReports detail allegations of drug use and domestic violence, which Burgess strongly denies NRL integrity unit to investigate 'as a priority' New South Wales police and the NRL's integrity unit are... investigating "very serious" allegations against the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the club's former player Sam Burgess. The Australian newspaper on Friday published detailed allegations of drug use and domestic violence levelled at Burgess, who retired from playing a year ago but is still employed by the club in a coaching role.
Belarus officials to face EUMove comes after late-night talks ended a standoff with Cyprus, which insisted the bloc take action over Turkey European Union leaders agreed early on Friday to impose sanctions on dozens of senior... officials in Belarus accused of falsifying presidential election results and leading a crackdown on peaceful protesters, after unblocking a veto by one of the EU's smallest member countries. In an embarrassing standoff, Cyprus had insisted that its EU partners take action against Turkey for its energy exploration work in disputed waters off the Mediterranean island nation's coast before it would agree to the Belarus sanctions.
Prosecutors drop case againstAt the tail end of Jackie Wilson's third trial for the 1982 slaying of a Chicago police officer, special prosecutors late Thursday abruptly dropped all charges against him. It was a stunning twist in... a case that has had no shortage of them during the past four decades.
Refugees have found old ammunition which could pose health risks at Kara Tepe, a camp built to rehouse Moria residents.

Trump Has the Coronavirus. Could Biden Have It Too?

The New York Times - 2 Oct 2020 15:40
Trump Has the Coronavirus.It's dangerous to assume that a negative test means you can't spread this disease.
Suspect arrested afterThe victim is listed in critical condition as of Friday morning.
Police officers across UK fallMatt Ratana, 54, was shot as he was preparing to search a handcuffed suspect - widely named as Louis De Zoysa, 23 - who had managed to smuggle a revolver into the custody suite in Croydon.
'This is a nightmare': Dr."I'm worried about the next week ahead."
Trump vows to undoPresident Trump is vowing to reverse changes to the US Navy SEAL ethos statement that made it gender-neutral, just days after words like "man" and "brotherhood" were eliminated. The changes, first... reported Monday by American Military News, include "common man" to "common citizens" and "I am that man" to "I am that warrior," in an...
Turkish foreign ministry warns against threat of measures amid Eastern Mediterranean standoff with Greece and Cyprus.
Breonna Taylor grand juryThe AG asked for a week's extension before release. The judge gave him two days.
Why 'Stand Back and Stand By'America's failure to deal with the white power movement.
The government is replacing a 15 percent value added tax with a 5 percent tax on the cost of real estate transactions.
Trump and First Lady MelaniaThe president's result came after he spent months playing down the severity of the outbreak that has killed more than 207,000 in the United States and hours after insisting that "the end of the... pandemic is in sight."
Home Office movedDozens moved from Birmingham to London despite instructions to self-isolate Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The Home Office moved dozens of asylum seekers involved in a... Covid outbreak more than 120 miles despite an enforcement order saying they should remain in self-isolation for 14 days, the Guardian has learned. Home Office contractors have been accused of being "beyond reckless" in their handling of the initial outbreak.