Wisconsin, President Trump, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg discussed on AP 24 Hour News

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Briana, one activist in Louisville says protest will continue until the police officers are charged. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg casket is lying in state at the Capitol. Today. She makes history again. As the first woman and the first Jewish woman. To lie in state that Rabbi Lauren hold splatter. Few Republicans attended the service that was filled with women and Democrats, notably presidential nominee Joe Biden. Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's lifted all restrictions on restaurants and other businesses in his state and a move to reopen the economy despite the spread of the Corona virus. In Illinois Teenager Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of killing two protesters days after Jacob Blake was shot by police in Wisconsin is fighting his return to Wisconsin to face homicide charges that could put him in prison for life. A federal appeals court didn't immediately rule after hearing arguments in President Trump's long running fight to prevent a top New York prosecutor from getting his tax returns. The latest hot spot for the Corona virus is the Heartland. Wisconsin is averaging nearly 2000 new cases a day over the last week. This is AP News. Sales of durable goods like cars and refrigerators were weak last month. Orders to U. S factories for big ticket manufactured goods increased a weak 0.4% in August following a much larger gain in July. The Commerce Department says the August advance marked the fourth straight increase, but it was far lower than the 11.7% surge in July. Economists had expected to slow down after big gains following the sharp declines in the spring due to the Corona virus shutdowns. However, the slight August increase was below expectations. Shelly Adler Washington the president of the historically black colleges, asking the Louisiana school superintendent to revoke the punishment of 1/4 grader who was black, who was suspended from school because his teacher saw a BB gun in his room during a virtual lesson. Dillard University President Walter Kimbrough says the punishment exceeds the offence. Ed Donahue, AP News Crows on the go..

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