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Top eight CNS stories for today including political experts disagree about whether President Trump’s plummeting poll numbers reflect a hardening verdict of the electorate or another temporary swing; The economy added back 4.8 million jobs last month but a surge in coronavirus cases threatens to abruptly halt recovery; The champion of the world in the fight against Covid-19 is Vietnam, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including California will shut down indoor services at restaurants and wineries and order movie theaters, zoos and museums to bar indoor operations in 19 counties that have seen a surge in novel coronavirus infections; A federal watchdog report found that Boeing failed to provide regulators with documents about changes it made in a key system blamed for the deadly crashes of two 737 Max jets; Europe’s top rights court heard from the lawyers of Czech parents who don’t want to vaccinate their children, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including Democrats said there was no information to back up President Donald Trump’s snubbing of reports that Russian officials offered bounties to Taliban soldiers in exchange for American lives; The Supreme Court ruled Montana discriminated against religious schools by excluding them from a tax-credit scheme meant to help low-income families afford private education; American travelers will be barred from entering the EU until the U.S. manages to contain its coronavirus outbreak, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that a Louisiana law imposing restrictions on doctors who perform abortions is unconstitutional; President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee escalated their fight against mail-in voting; Politicization of disease has a long history, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the Ninth Circuit ruled that President Donald Trump illegally circumvented Congress’ “power of the purse” by transferring $2.5 billion to construct portions of the border wall; California Governor Gavin Newsom asked Imperial County officials to reimpose stay-at-home orders as coronavirus cases spike; Europeans are letting their guard down despite experts and leaders sounding the alarm about a potential resurgence of the virus, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including Joe Biden holds strong leads in a half-dozen battleground states over President Donald Trump; California air quality regulators are set to approve the nation’s first electric truck standards; Texas and other states are grappling with a spike in Covid-19 cases, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the D.C. Circuit ordered a federal judge to let the government abandon the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn; The Senate confirmed the 200th judge President Donald Trump has placed on a federal court; The European Union may extend a ban on travelers from the United States and other countries where the coronavirus has not been brought under control, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the coronavirus pandemic did not prevent New York City voters from turning out in droves to participate in an important primary election; Defense lawyers in the Netherlands trial over the MH17 plane crash suggested the investigation into the downing of the passenger jet might have been manipulated by Ukraine; Vice President Mike Pence launched his “Faith in America” rally tour in a conservative Milwaukee suburb, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a deal with lawmakers to patch the state’s shattered finances; A federal judge advanced allegations that the government has grossly mishandled loan-forgiveness programs meant to incentivize careers in public service; Defense lawyers for one of the four men charged with the downing of a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet questioned the six-year investigation that concluded the plane was shot down by Ukrainian separatists, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the Oklahoma Supreme Court declined to stop President Donald Trump’s weekend campaign rally in Tulsa; One of the three police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor has been fired from the Louisville Metro Police Department; A federal bankruptcy judge will confirm Pacific Gas and Electric’s $59 billion plan for exiting Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the Supreme Court blocked President Donald Trump from rolling back the program that protects qualifying immigrants from deportation; California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the state’s 40 million residents to wear masks in public; The release of vulnerable European prisoners at the start of the pandemic helped slow the spread of the deadly coronavirus, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including new polling data shows former Vice President Joe Biden increasing his lead over President Donald Trump nationally; The pilot of the helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant and others was disoriented by thick fog when it crashed in the Santa Monica Mountains; The Trump administration announced new sanctions against members of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including Pacific Gas and Electric’s chief executive pleaded guilty to 84 counts of manslaughter and one count of recklessly starting the most destructive wildfire in California history; Chinese authorities announced a new coronavirus outbreak in Beijing possibly linked to salmon imported from Europe; President Donald Trump signed an executive order that seeks to incentivize police reforms on use-of-force policies, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the Supreme Court ruled that federal anti-discrimination protections apply to employees who are gay and transgender; California’s sanctuary city law will survive after the nation’s highest court declined to hear the case; A former Sudanese Janjaweed militia leader disputed the 50 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity he faces at the International Criminal Court, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the number of new coronavirus infections reported each day is on the rise around the world; Stock markets finished out the week on a mildly positive note; Michael Flynn’s bid to end his prosecution appeared unlikely to win D.C. Circuit approval, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley said he should not have joined President Donald Trump in walking to St. John’s Church for a Bible photo op; Wall Street posted its worst day since state lockdowns began; Joe Biden proposed a massive expansion of federal government programs to safely restart the economy, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin predicted that the economy is poised to rebound with gusto; Former Justice Department officials are calling for an internal investigation into Attorney General William Barr’s role in the violent clearing of peaceful protesters outside the White House; Swedish prosecutors said they did not uncover a wide-ranging political conspiracy behind the 1986 killing of popular socialist Prime Minister Olof Palme, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including George Floyd was laid to rest in Houston as thousands of mourners paid final respects to a man whose last words have become a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement; Voters in Georgia’s primary election faced long lines and problems with new voting machines; Dozens of California lawmakers vowed support for police and criminal justice reforms, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including protests inspired by the anti-racism movement in the United States broke out in European cities; Democrats in Congress took what they call legislative first steps at police reform; Bail was set at $1.25 million for the fired Minneapolis police officer charged with second-degree murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including California Governor Gavin Newsom called for new police crowd control procedures and the banning of a chokehold that stops the flow of blood to the brain; More than $20 million has been donated to George Floyd’s family and to charities in his honor; At least 16 countries have passed new laws targeting misinformation about the coronavirus, and more.

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