CNET 25 Oct 2020

Forget about USB-C on an iPhone - NEVER going to happen


Many Apple products embrace USB-C ports, but don't count on USB-C coming to the iPhone. Get ready for a portless, MagSafe future.

Adam Schefter joins Mike Greenberg on Get Up to discuss the latest on Antonio Brown's 8-game ban for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. (1:25) Louis Riddick, Domonique Foxworth and Damien Woody weigh in on whether AB is a good fit for the Seattle Seahawks.
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Adrian Wojnarowski joins Mike Greenberg on Get Up to report on breaking news surrounding Anthony Davis' 5-year/$190M contract with the Los Angeles Lakers and breaks down how the Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards came to terms on a deal for Russell Westbrook and John Wall.
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The stark differences between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden were on display during their competing town halls, and in no space was that clearer than the magnitude and frequency of their falsehoods.
The fact that the second debate was cancelled after Trump backed out of the proposed virtual format deprived Americans of a chance to see the two candidates sparring on the same stage. But where Biden scattered in a small number of exaggerations or misstatements over about an hour and a half, Trump unleashed a barrage of dishonest claims over about an hour.
Trump falsely claimed that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that 85% of people who wear masks get the coronavirus, again argued inaccurately that there is widespread fraud with mail-in voting, defended as mere "opinion" a baseless conspiracy theory he retweeted about Osama bin Laden and the US military, and repeated familiar false or misleading remarks about the state of the pandemic, Biden's tax plan, job creation, and his own positions on DACA and pre-existing conditions.
Biden falsely claimed that Trump did nothing on unemployment after the initial round of congressional aid expired, wrongly asserted that there are more troops in Afghanistan today than there were when he left the vice presidency, and seemed to incorrectly deny that his website called the Green New Deal a "crucial framework."

On today's What America's Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds a plurality of voters, 44 percent, say it's never appropriate for a sitting president to refuse to leave office citing voter fraud. This survey was conducted online within the United States from October 13-14 among 951 registered voters by HarrisX. The sampling margin of error of this poll is plus or minus 3.18 percentage points. The results reflect a nationally representative sample of registered voters. Results were weighted for age within gender, region, race/ethnicity, income, political party, and education where necessary to align them with their actual proportions in the population.

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