Extinction Rebellion protests at printing presses stop millions of newspapers being delivered
Up to 70 people have been arrested following protests by climate activists from Extinction Rebellion outside two printing presses - which prevented the distribution of millions of national newspapers.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel talks with Rachel Maddow about how the armed protests at the Michigan state capitol served as a means of outreach and recruitment for right wing extremists like the men charged today with plotting to kidnap Michigan's governor. Aired on 10/08/2020 In tonight's edition: Dozens of suspected jihadist fighters are released as authorities hope that will secure the freedom of two prominent prisoners in Mali. The verdict in the trial of three men accused of supporting the Westgate mall attackers in Kenya has been postponed. We'll look back at the attack that killed sixty seven people. And millions of students in Cameroon return to school for the first time since March. We'll see the changes authorities have made to keep children and teenagers safe this school year. US President Donald Trump gave a speech at the White House falsely claimed to have won the 2020 US presidential election over Democrat opponent Joe Biden with millions of votes left to be counted. Many states don't begin counting absentee and early-voting ballots until polls have closed, which could account for a 'red mirage' in the vote count. Trump threatened to take his case before the Supreme Court. The future of healthcare for millions of Americans is back with the Supreme Court. On Tuesday, the Trump administration was advancing its latest attempt to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, or ‘Obamacare'.
The latest case centres around the individual mandate provision, which requires all Americans to have health insurance, or pay a penalty. The ruling could potentially see 21 million lose health insurance, and eliminate healthcare for 54 million with pre-existing conditions.