Wednesday October 28th, 2020 4:26PM

The Associated Press

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The Associated Press
Parents charged with murder of 5-year-old daughter
Law enforcement in Georgia have arrested the parents of a 5-year-old girl who weighed just 7 pounds before dying at an Atlanta hospital in June
4:16PM ( 9 minutes ago )
Body cam, 911 tapes in Walter Wallace killing to be released
The police commissioner in Philadelphia says her department will release 911 tapes and footage from police body cameras “in the near future” in the shooting death of Walter Wallace Jr. Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said at a briefing Wednesday that officials will do so after talking with Wallace’s relatives to prepare them
4:14PM ( 11 minutes ago )
Lawyers: Cop video doesn't show fatal shooting of Black man
Lawyers for two Black people who were shot by suburban Chicago police say police video shows their bullet-riddled car but not the shooting and that some of what was released suggests the officer who opened fire was scrambling to justify his actions
4:11PM ( 14 minutes ago )
Millions of mail ballots not yet returned in key states
Millions of mail ballots have yet to be returned in key battleground states just days before the presidential election
4:10PM ( 15 minutes ago )
ICE settles lawsuit filed by immigrant activists in Vermont
The federal government has agreed not to deport three immigrant activists in Vermont who sued two years ago after they were arrested
4:10PM ( 16 minutes ago )
France imposes new national lockdown as virus deaths mount
French President Emmanuel Macron has ordered his country into a new month-long, nationwide lockdown aimed at stopping a fast-rising tide of virus patients filling French hospitals
4:09PM ( 16 minutes ago )
S&P 500 sinks 3.5% as surging virus cases threaten shutdowns
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 943 points Wednesday as surging coronvirus cases in the U.S. and Europe threaten more business shutdowns and pain for the economy
4:08PM ( 17 minutes ago )
Even in death, pot candidate upends Minnesota US House race
Adam Weeks was never going to win his Minnesota congressional race, but the deceased Legal Marijuana Now Party candidate has had an outsized effect on the suburban race
4:06PM ( 19 minutes ago )
France, Germany impose new lockdowns to curb virus spread
France has announced a full nationwide lockdown for the second time this year and German officials imposed a partial four-week lockdown as governments across Europe sought to stop a fast-rising tide of coronavirus cases
4:01PM ( 24 minutes ago )
Developer tied to Texas AG accused judge, others of fraud
An Austin real estate developer at the center of recent allegations against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton asked investigators to probe an elaborate conspiracy this fall
4:00PM ( 25 minutes ago )