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Barack Obama: From Senator to President Video News

Barack Obama: From Senator to President Video - ABC News - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Transcript for Barack Obama: From Senator to President. This 42 year old state legislator from Illinois is about to reach. We rarely find political life. Any has been a remarkably rapid as. There's no one could've predicted that the next United States senator from the state of Illinois would've been a skinny guy. With no money. No organization. And a funny ... Full story

President Trump swipes at John Lewis for skipping his inauguration

As three former presidents gathered in Atlanta last week to offer stirring tributes to John Lewis, President Trump was absent. In an interview that aired Monday night, Trump had few kind words of his own for the former Democratic congressman and civil rights leader, who died July 17. Support our journalism. Subscribe today. Asked by interviewer Jonathan Swan how history would remember Lewis’s contributions to the nation, Trump demurred. “I ... Full story

Schools struggle to reopen as teachers and students test positive for coronavirus

On Wednesday, teachers in Georgia’s largest school district returned to elementary, middle and high school campuses to start in-person planning for the fall semester. By the next day, 260 district employees had been barred from entering their schools, either because they tested positive for the coronavirus or had been directly exposed to someone who had. Support our journalism. Subscribe today. Sloan Roach, spokeswoman for Gwinnett County ... Full story

Why the Most Productive People Don’t Always Make the Best Managers

When a company needs a supervisor for a team, senior leaders often anoint the team’s most productive performer. Some of these stars succeed in their new role as manager; many others do not. The difference seems to hinge on whether the person has six abilities: being open to feedback and personal change, supporting others’ development, being open to innovation, communicating well, having good interpersonal skills, and supporting organizational ... Full story

Aurora PD officers handcuff Black family at gunpoint Washington Post

Sunday morning was meant to be a girls outing for the Gilliams, as cousins, sisters, aunts and nieces piled into an SUV to go get their nails done together in suburban Denver. But before they could even find an open salon, the family’s four children were ordered at gunpoint to lay facedown on the parking lot, and two were handcuffed. The Black girls, who range from 6 to 17 years old, broke down into tears and screams as a group of White police ... Full story

Woman stabbed in downtown Portland, knife stolen from crime scene: police

A confrontation in downtown Portland on Monday evening resulted in one woman stabbing another at the site of nightly racial justice demonstrations, according to authorities. Portland Police said the victim is being treated at a hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. The suspect left the scene before returning and is now being interviewed by authorities. The female suspect had entered Lownsdale Square Park around 6:20 p.m., which is located ... Full story

Military helps worn-out nurses, sicker patients in California COVID-19 effort

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - All day long, as Air Force nurse Major Pinky Brewton cares for patients struggling to breathe in California’s COVID-19 ravaged San Joaquin Valley, fears for her family simmer underneath her cool exterior. FILE PHOTO: U.S. Air Force Major Alisha Florence and Senior Airman Rachael Tuczynski, nurses assigned to the 60th Medical Group, gather information and perform preliminary patient checks outside Adventist Health ... Full story

Seth Meyers: After TikTok, Trump Could Ban Candy Crush

“I’m almost certain Trump has no idea what TikTok is. I’m betting TikTok was one of the answers he wrote on his cognitive test.” — SETH MEYERS. “Apparently this is a real national security threat, the Chinese government knowing which Americans can and can’t dance.” — JIMMY FALLON. “I am sure it has everything to do with national security and nothing to do with the TikTok teens who sabotaged his Tulsa rally. ” — JIMMY FALLON. “Trump gave ... Full story

ByteDance says goal of U.S. was to ban TikTok app rather than force a sale: internal letter

FILE PHOTO: Zhang Yiming, founder and global CEO of ByteDance, poses in Palo Alto, California, U.S., March 4, 2020. Picture taken March 4, 2020. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton. BEIJING (Reuters) - ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming told employees in an internal letter on Tuesday that the United States goal was not to force a sale of TikTok U.S. operations but rather to ban the app, and that some people had misconceptions about the situation. The letter, ... Full story

Second COVID wave 'highly likely' to hit France this year, scientists say

FILE PHOTO: Healthcare workers collect samples in a walk-through test site to detect possible coronavirus infections after the emergence of a cluster of cases due to the illegal opening of the Hacienda Cafe nightclub in Quiberon, France, July 29, 2020. Picture taken July 29, 2020. REUTERS/Caroline Paillez. PARIS (Reuters) - A second wave of the coronavirus epidemic is “highly likely” to hit France in the autumn or winter, the government’s top ... Full story