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NFL, Bob Woodward on ’60 Minutes’: 5 things to know this weekend

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Released 10:01 AM EDT Sep 12, 2020

Bob Woodward talks President Trump on ’60 Minutes’

Veteran Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward will appear on CBS’ “60 Minutes” on Sunday at 7 pm ET/PT. This is his first interview about revelations in his brand-new book on President Donald Trump’s period. The book, “Rage,” supplies perturbing details– consisting of an admission by the president that he was “soft-pedaling” the risk provided by COVID-19. Audiences will hear the president in his own voice in audio excerpts and Woodward will tell Scott Pelley what he discovered in the lengthy and frank interviews. “Rage” strikes racks this coming week.

  • ‘ Dynamite behind every door’: Trump on Obama, race and world leaders from Woodward’s book
  • Bob Woodward safeguards keeping discoveries about Trump and coronavirus tranquil up until book release

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Puerto Rico begins reopening as COVID-19 cases drop

Gov. Wanda Vasquez of Puerto Rico announced she would resume beaches, gambling establishments, fitness centers and theater throughout the U.S. location starting Saturday as authorities report a present drop in COVID-19 cases and deaths that some experts worry might again spike. Face masks and social distancing, especially at the beach, stay necessary. Bars and clubs will remain closed, and a 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew will continue. The island of 3.2 million individuals has reported more than 500 deaths, more than 17,000 validated cases and 19,000 most likely ones. More than 420 stay hospitalized.Rising stress: Homeowners and

  • travelers work to stop COVID-19 in U.S. territories Western wildfires: Lots remain missing as
  • blazes rage on Great deals of individuals are missing and 10s of thousands stay left this weekend as wildfires race through more than a lots Western states. Almost 28,000 firefighters and assistance workers are designated to wildfires throughout the West, and evacuation orders stay in area for locals near 42 big fires, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. At least 26 individuals have in fact died and various houses have actually been destroyed by more than 100 significant fires that have really taken in a location almost the size of New Jersey. At least 20 deaths have been reported in California, 5 in Oregon and one in Washington state. The Backstory: Covering the record-setting wildfires that have actually damaged Western states Apocalyptic photos and video expose an orange sky over San Francisco, other cities as wildfires burn throughout Western states
  • NFL Sunday: Will Tom Brady, Bucs releasing with win over Saints?Week 1 will open with plenty of compelling subplots in between the lines on Sunday as the
  • NFL season guarantees to be noticeably different in different approaches

    as the league continues navigating the COVID-19 pandemic. For beginners, the Washington Football Group returns with a new name, new look and brand-new personnel. On Sunday night, the Los Angeles Rams unveil resplendent SoFi Stadium versus the Dallas Cowboys( 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC). However Week 1’s main course will be served Sunday afternoon, when Tom Brady makes his Tampa Bay Buccaneers launching at the (empty) Superdome against Drew Brees’ New Orleans Saints, who search for a 4th consecutive NFC South crown. USA TODAY Sports ‘2020 NFL Super Bowl, playoff and MVP forecasts NFL power rankings: Which groups appear like competitors going into Week 1? Dream football 2020: Your draft kit for the upcoming season Target’s safety seat recycling celebration returns Target’s popular car seat trade-in event returns Sunday, but in a contactless format due to COVID-19. From Sept. 13-26, Target shops will accept and recycle all types of

    safety seat, including child seats, convertible seats, safety seat bases, harness or booster safety seat, the merchant exposed. In previous years, purchasers brought the seats to visitor services and were handed a paper voucher. This year, after dropping the seat in a designated box, they will get a digital coupon through the Target app by scanning a code. Target didn’t hold the occasion this spring amidst the pandemic.Published 10:01 AM EDT Sep 12, 2020

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