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"We're in Alliance, Ohio, for stop two of the Build Back Better Express Tour. Tune in now to watch."

Joe Biden (@JoeBiden). Represented Delaware in the Senate for 36 years, 47th Vice President of the United States, husband to Jill, proud father and grandfather. Full story

Taku Sekine: Top chef 'takes own life' after assault allegations

Taku Sekine: Top chef 'takes own life' after assault allegations - BBC News - - - - - sign-incaret-downsearchnolistlistdurationdurationplaydurationdurationplayplayplayplaymobile-smartmicrophonenewsletteremail Full story

Quino, creator of Mafalda comic character, dies aged 88

Quino, creator of Mafalda comic character, dies aged 88 - BBC News. -. -. -. -. - sign-incaret-downsearchnolistlistdurationdurationdurationdurationplayplayplaymobile-smartmicrophonenewsletteremail Full story

‘The Real Facebook Oversight Board’ launches to counter Facebook’s ‘Oversight Board’ – TechCrunch

Today a group of academics, researchers and civil rights leaders go live on with ‘ The Real Facebook Oversight Board ’ which is designed to criticize and discuss the role of the platform in the upcoming US election. The group includes Facebook’s ex-head of election security, leaders of the ... Full story

U.S. dollar share of global reserves dips in second quarter

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar’s share of currency reserves reported to the International Monetary Fund was 61.3% in the second quarter, down from the first three months of the year, IMF data showed on Wednesday. A U.S. Dollar banknote is seen in this illustration taken May 26, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration. A year earlier, the dollar accounted for 61.3% of global reserves, still the largest share among all currencies, while the ... Full story

Poverty batters almost half of Argentines due to crisis plus pandemic: researchers

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Nearly half of Argentina’s population was dragged into poverty in the second quarter of this year by the brutal effects of the the coronavirus pandemic on the country’s longstanding economic crisis, researchers estimated on Wednesday. FILE PHOTO: A homeless man sleeps on a bench outside the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Buenos Aires, Argentina August 4, 2020. ... Full story

Chaotic U.S. election debate fuels investors' fears of contested result

LONDON/SAN FRANCISCO/TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. equity futures fell and volatility indicators turned jumpy as a chaotic presidential debate between incumbent Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden heightened fears that a disputed ballot could lead to a messy transfer of power. U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden participate in their first 2020 presidential campaign debate held on the campus of the ... Full story

UK secures Vietnam backing to join Trans-Pacific trading group, Raab says

Slideshow ( 5 images ). HANOI/LONDON (Reuters) - Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said on Wednesday he hopes to conclude talks on a free trade agreement with the United Kingdom soon, the government said. “Vietnam sees the UK as a major trading partner in Europe,” Phuc told British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab at a meeting in Hanoi, the government said in a statement following their talks. Phuc said a free trade deal with Britain, ... Full story

South Africa says tourists from high-risk countries still barred from Oct. 1

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa will not allow tourists from countries with higher coronavirus infection and death rates, including Britain, the United States and France, to enter when its borders open up on Oct. 1, ministers said on Wednesday. Slideshow ( 3 images ). But business travellers with scarce and critical skills including diplomats and investors from countries considered “high-risk”, which also include the Netherlands, Russia ... Full story

FAA administrator begins 737 MAX evaluation flight in Seattle

Slideshow ( 4 images ). SEATTLE/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Aviation Administration Chief Steve Dickson began an evaluation flight at the controls of a Boeing 737 MAX BA.N Wednesday in Seattle just before 9 a.m. PDT, a key milestone as the U.S. planemaker works to win approval to resume flights, the agency said. The Boeing 737 MAX has been grounded since March 2019 after two fatal crashes killed 346 people. Dickson, who was previously a ... Full story