Friday, Sep 25, 2020
Focus on the big picture
New Mayflower sets sail in bid to change the course of maritime history
ITV, 17 Sep 2020
When the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth, taking Pilgrims to what was to become the United States, it helped change the course of world history. That was 400 ...
Trump voters prove we should take Trump's threat seriously | Erin Burnett
CNN, 25 Sep 2020
CNN's Erin Burnett rolls the tape of President Trump casting doubt on the fairness of the 2020 election should Joe Biden end up winning the presidency and says that while some l...
PBS NewsHour full episode, Sept. 24, 2020
PBS, 25 Sep 2020
Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump stirs controversy by refusing to commit to accepting an election defeat and peaceful transition of power.
Formerly incarcerated people face financial obstacles to voting
CBS, 25 Sep 2020
The ACLU says roughly 5.8 million people in the U.S. can't vote this year because of a patchwork of state felony disenfranchisement laws.
Reporters arrested amid Louisville protests speak out after being released
FOX, 25 Sep 2020
Daily Caller reporters, Jorge Ventura and Shelby Talcott, recount being arrested during the Louisville protests sparked by the grand jury Breonna Taylor decision on 'The Story w...
Outrage After Trump Refuses To Commit To Peaceful Transfer Of Power
NBC, 25 Sep 2020
President Trump refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power, instead casting doubt on the election’s legitimacy and amplifying unsubstantiated claims that mail-in voting w...
Cuomo: Won't Trust Trump Administration's Opinion on Vaccine
Bloomberg, 25 Sep 2020
Sep.24 -- New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he does not trust
LIVE: World leaders take part in the 75th U.N. General Assembly
Reuters, 25 Sep 2020
Coronavirus: British bars, pubs adapt to new COVID-19 rules
CA, 25 Sep 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson slammed the brakes Tuesday on the country’s return to offices and a normal social life, saying the U.K.
Trump pledges 'to protect' preexisting conditions
AP, 25 Sep 2020
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday "to protect" preexisting conditions.
Deutsche Bank - the German money laundering arm for the past 50 years
Global Report, 25 Sep 2020
The money laundering bank of Germany, backed by the German government, who is leading the EU task force against money laundering.
People gather in Brooklyn for Black Lives Matter protest
AFP, 25 Sep 2020
A small group of people gather in Maria Hernandez Park for a Black Lives Matter protest, and listen to a speech by Paperboy Prince, nonbinary activist and rapper who made a Demo...
US election meddling... It's everywhere! | Polly Bites
RT, 25 Sep 2020
Forget Russiagate or shady foreign interference. The US election is hotting up, and there’s no limit to what royals, celebrities and tycoons will do (or pay!) to get their desir...
Coronavirus: University of Glasgow outbreak linked to mixing during freshers' week
Sky, 25 Sep 2020
At least 124 students have tested positive at the University of Glasgow, and more than 500 are self-isolating.
The Airlines Run Out Of Bailout Money In Six Days. Here's What Happens Next: CNBC After Hours
CNBC, 25 Sep 2020
CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day's top business news headlines. On today's show, CNBC.com's Leslie Josephs lays out the stakes for the airline industry, which wil...
Coronavirus: What's going on in Sweden and how have they got it so right and so wrong?
ITV, 25 Sep 2020
In the endless debate over the best way to stop the virus, one
A million people download new NHS contact-tracing app on day of launch
BBC, 25 Sep 2020
The new NHS contact tracing app has been launched in England and Wales. Anyone over 16 is being encouraged to download it on to their smartphone.
Donald Trump says he is 'not sure' if US election will be 'honest'
Guardian, 25 Sep 2020
Donald Trump has again raised doubts about the legitimacy of the presidential election.
France opens probe into bank BNP Paribas over its role in Sudan
FRANCE24, 25 Sep 2020
In tonight's edition: Paris prosecutors have opened an investigation into French bank BNP Paribas over allegations of complicity in crimes against humanity in Sudan.
World's first hydrogen powered plane takes flight in Cranfield, UK
Telegraph, 25 Sep 2020
The world’s first flight of a commercial-grade aircraft powered by a hydrogen fuel cell has taken place, with UK-based ZeroAvia flying a six-seater Piper Malibu plane from Cranf...
Afghan women flex their muscles at first female-only gym in conservative Kandahar
SCMP, 25 Sep 2020
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube In Afghanistan’s southern province of Kandahar, a fitness centre opened its doors only to women.