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Here are the AP’s latest coverage strategies, top stories and promotable material. Perpetuity EDT. For up-to-the minute details on AP’s protection, check out Coverage Plan at!.?.!.————–———TOP STORIES ——————- WESTERN WILDFIRES-With teams battling wildfires that have actually killed a minimum of 33 individuals, destroyed communities and covered the West Coast

in smoke, another fight has actually emerged: leaders in the Democratic-led states and President Donald Trump have clashed over the role of environment modification ahead of his go to Monday to California. California, Oregon and Washington state have actually seen historic wildfires that have actually burned much faster and farther than ever previously. Various research studies over the last few years have actually linked larger wildfires in the U.S. to international warming from the burning of coal, oil and gas. By Lindsay Whitehurst and Sara Cline. SENT: 990 words, photos.ELECTION 2020-TRUMP– In open defiance of state regulations and his own administration’s pandemic health standards, President Donald Trump hosted his first indoor rally given that June, informing

a packed, almost mask-less Nevada crowd that the nation was”making the last turn”in defeating the infection. By Jonathan Lemire and Ken Ritter. SENT: 1,110 words, photos.ELECTION 2020-FLORIDA– In America’s leading governmental battlefield, there’s mounting anxiety among Democrats that Joe Biden’s standing among Latinos is slipping, possibly offering President Donald Trump a crucial opening in his reelection bid.

By Steve Peoples and Will Weissert. SENT: 1,240 words, photos.MIDEAST-TRUMP DEALS-President Donald Trump is hailing Tuesday’s signing ceremony between Israel and the United Arab Emirates as an”historical development”in Mideast peacemaking simply weeks before the U.S. election. However unlike the peace treaties Israel reached years ago with Egypt and Jordan, the latest deal and a similar one announced with the Gulf country of Bahrain are between currently friendly countries that have actually never ever fought with Israel. By Jospeh Krauss. SENT: 1.050 words, photos.VIRUS OUTBREAK-With many teachers pulling out of going back to the classroom since of the coronavirus, schools around the U.S. are rushing to find replacements and in some locations decreasing certification requirements to assist get substitutes in the door. By Casey Smith, Associated Press/Report for America. SENT: 1,030 words, images. With INFECTION OUTBREAK-THE LATEST. ———————————————— MORE ON THE VIRUS BREAK OUT ———————————————— INFECTION OUTBREAK-SCHOOL CHOICE– As millions of American kids start the academic year online, the Trump administration is wishing to convert their moms and dads ‘disappointment and anger into newfound support for school choice policies that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has actually long championed however had a hard time to advance nationally. By Education Writer Collin Binkley. SENT: 1,170 words, photos.VIRUS OUTBREAK-AUSTRALIA-An Australian health authorities has revealed that

she has actually been under authorities guard due to the fact that of death threats and growing public anger over pandemic border limitations. Queensland state Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young stated Monday that she now took a trip with a police escort due to the fact that of the hazards. SENT: 480 words, photos.VIRUS OUTBREAK-ASIA-India has actually reopened its Parliament after more than 5 months even as the nation continues to report the most daily new infections of the coronavirus

in the world and daily infection deaths stay above 1,000. SENT: 530 words, photos.VIRUS OUTBREAK-INDONESIA- Main streets are less crowded as Indonesia’s capital begins two weeks of social limitations to suppress a rise of coronavirus infections that has actually pushed its critical-care health center capacity to risky levels. Cops enforced sanctions on cyclists that did not wear their masks. SENT: 510 words, photos.Find more protection on the Infection Break out on the featured subject page in AP Newsroom. ——————————————– WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT ——————————————– COPS DEPUTY-ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING-State cops say an upstate New york city authorities deputy’s weapon inadvertently released in a dining establishment and hurt 2 people. SENT: 130 words.JO MALONE-JOHN BOYEGA-CHINESE ADVERTISEMENT-British perfume brand name Jo Malone has actually apologized to Black actor John Boyega of”Star Wars”popularity after cutting him out of the Chinese version of a perfume business he helped develop. SENT: 230 words, photo.NEPAL-LANDSLIDE-Rescuers are searching for people missing given that a lethal landslide struck 3

towns in Nepal’s mountains , 11 dead. SENT: 130 words.NVIDIA-ARM HOLDING-Computer graphics chip company Nvidia states it

prepares to purchase Britain’s Arm Holdings for$40 billion,

in a merger of 2 leading chipmakers. SENT: 130 words.TAYLOR-SWIFT-ACMs-Country-turned-pop star Taylor Swift is coming back to her roots with a performance at this year’s Academy of C and w Awards. SENT: 160 words, photos. ———————————- WASHINGTON/POLITICS ———————————- ELECTION 2020-CONGRESS-VIRTUAL CAMPAIGNS– Online or personally? Masks or not? Various project tactics mark a pandemic election year as candidates try to win over citizens in down-ballot races that will identify control of Congress. By Congressional

Correspondent Lisa Mascaro. SENT: 1,010 words, photos.FACT CHECK-WEEK– Playing defense on his handling of the coronavirus, President Donald Trump is letting the frauds fly.

Over the weekend, he railed versus cases of voting fraud that didn’t exist, doubled down on claims that COVID-19 was” rounding a corner “despite what his leading health consultants say, and blasted Joe Biden for supposed positions on energy and health care that his Democratic competitor does not hold. By Hope Yen and Calvin Woodward. SENT: 2,970 words, photos.Find more coverage on the 2020 U.S. Elections included topic

page in AP Newsroom. ——————– NATIONAL ——————– TROPICAL WEATHER-Hurricane Sally

churned northward on Sunday, poised to become a cyclone and send out lethal storm rise along the northern Gulf of Mexico. SENT: 910 words, photo.DEPUTIES-SHOT-CALIFORNIA-Authorities were continuing the search for a gunman who shot and injured two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies in an evident ambush in their team cars and truck. The department announced a $100,000 benefit for information leading to an arrest. SENT: 870 words, photo.RACIAL INJUSTICE-GEORGIA ARREST-A constable’s office in Georgia says it has fired a deputy seen on video consistently punching a Black guy during a traffic stop. SENT: 490 words, photo.ELECTION 2020-POSTAL SERVICE-COLORADO LAWS- The U.S. Postal Service has actually asked a federal judge in Colorado to reconsider an order disallowing it from continuing to disperse a mailer that the state says contains puzzling information about Colorado’s mail-in voting system. SENT: 480 words, photos.OFF CAMPUS-SHOOTING-Authorities state an early morning

shooting near the Rutgers University school in New Jersey eliminated two people and wounded six

others. SENT: 360 words.LITERARY PEACE PRIZE-ATWOOD-Margaret Atwood’s sweeping body of work is being acknowledged with a lifetime accomplishment award that celebrates literature’s power to foster peace, justice and understanding. SENT: 680 words, picture. —————————– INTERNATIONAL —————————– NEW ZEALAND-ANTARCTICA-FIRST FLIGHT

-The very first U.S. flight into Antarctica following months of winter darkness has actually shown up, with teams taking extra safety measures to stay out the coronavirus. Antarctica is the only continent without the virus, and there is a global effort to make certain inbound scientists and workers

don’t bring it with them. SENT: 400 words, photos.JAPAN POLITICS-Yoshihide Suga is poised to win Japan’s ruling celebration management vote on Monday, practically guaranteeing him parliamentary election as the country’s next prime minister. SENT: 420 words, photos.LIBYA-Libyan officials say the interim federal government of eastern Libya has resigned amid street protests that erupted throughout the divided nation over dire living conditions. SENT: 570 words, picture. ——————- COMPANY ——————- TIC-TOK-ORACLE DEAL-TikTok’s owner has chosen Oracle over Microsoft as the tech partner that could help keep the popular video-sharing app running in the U.S., according to a source acquainted with the deal. SENT: 940 words, photo.GAS-PRICES-The typical U.S. rate of regular-grade

gas edged up about 2 cents over the previous three weeks to$2.26 per gallon. SENT: 130 words. ————————–ENTERTAINMENT ————————- FILM-BOX OFFICE -Audiences in North America are not rushing back to the theater just yet and

“Mulan”is also failing in its China release as the worldwide box office comes back online in the COVID-19 age. SENT:

650 words, photo. ———— SPORTS

———— 10– US OPEN – Dominic Thiem has ended up being the first guy in 71 years to win the U.S. Open after dropping the very first 2 sets of the last. By Tennis Author Howard Fendrich. SENT: 1,170 words, photos.NFL-RACIAL-INJUSTICE -NFL groups opening their seasons in empty arenas knelt, locked arms or raised fists in protest for pregame ceremonies on the first full Sunday of the football season.

Others remained off the field completely. SENT: 1,266 words, photos.CUBS-BREWERS-Chicago Cubs right-hander Alec Mills travelled through baseball’s second no-hitter this season in just his 15th profession start, finishing the gem in a 12-0 romp over the Milwaukee Makers.

Mills got Jace Peterson, who replaced star slugger Christian Yelich late in the blowout, to hit a regular grounder to shortstop Javier Baez with two outs in the ninth. SENT: 1,180 words, photos.COWBOYS-RAMS-The Los Angeles Rams opened SoFi Stadium with a 20-17 success over the Dallas


Malcolm Brown hurried for a career-high 79 backyards and two goals, Jared Goff passed for 275 lawns and Robert Woods had six catches for 105 yards to assist the Rams improve to 4-0 in season openers under coach Sean McVay. SENT: 950 words, pictures. ————————– HOW TO REACH US ————————– At the Switchboard, Shameka Dudley-Lowe can be reached at 800-845-8450(ext. 1600 ). For images,(ext. 1900).

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