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Will play no role in the U. S elections. General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told the House Armed Services Committee. He deeply believes in the principle of it. A political military and in the event of a dispute over some aspect of the elections, U. S courts and the Congress are required to resolve them, not the military. His comments came in the form of written responses, the questions raised by committee Democrats. Mili also said he would not follow an unlawful order. Democrats say the questions were a response. The president Trump's recent comments about using the military for violent protest and his comments about waiting to see if he'd accept the election results, given his fraud concerns about mail in voting. Jared Halpern, Fox News Tens of thousands of people protested Saturday Mauritius over the government's slow response to an oil spill from a grounded Japanese ship and the alarming discovery of dozens of dead dolphins in recent days. The Mars peacefully through the capital Port Louis, a month after the ship struck a coral reef of the Indian Ocean Island nation and later cracked under the pounding surf and spilled around 1000 tons of fuel and of fragile marine areas. One last chance for NASCAR Cup series drivers to head off to the playoffs tonight. A Daytona faxes Metropolitano It's back to the traditional superspeedway for Daytona for racing under the lights in the Coke zero Sugar 400 this evening in the final race before the round of 16 in the Cup series playoffs. William Byron has a four point lead on teammate in seven times serious champ Jimmy Johnson for the final spot in the next round. Try to go out there. Win stages, you know and and see where that puts aspiring Matt DiBenedetto Clint Boyer, hoping to lock down playoff berths today, But at Daytona, anyone can swoop in and Clinton automatic bid with a win green flag waves in the Coke zero Sugar 400 at 7 30. PM Eastern Man, Napolitano, Fox News and I'm joking Europe. When it comes to news. Were there news radio 1000 Katie. Okay, Oklahoma's first views. Fatal shooting in lot. Police responded to the candle would apartments yesterday and found a man with a gunshot wound. He was taken to a hospital where he died. Police say the circumstances of the shooting are under investigation. The U. S. Census Bureau has begun sending workers into Oklahoma. Margo Murano reports. If you haven't responded yet, to the 2020 census, you'll be getting a visit from a census taker. The U. S. Census Bureau.