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NewsNet 24 Sep 2020

Mixed Predictions for U.S. Unemployment in the Months Ahead

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A new report from the U.S. Labor Department seems to show the bounce back of our nation's economy over the summer slowing down -- as seasonal jobs come to an end and some regions in the U-S reporting a burst in cases of COVID-19.


Donald Trump's election campaign in 2016 targeted nearly 3.5 million Black Americans to deter them from voting, and the battle for the right to vote is just as important in 2020. Kenya Evelyn travels to Florida where it's the Democrats' most loyal bloc, Black women, who are also bearing the brunt of the coronavirus outbreak, with its impact accelerating the fight for voting rights. From mail-in ballots and early voting, to felon disenfranchisement, Black voters are wielding their power to demand more from Democrats ahead of November
Richard Jefferson, Amin Elhassan and Rachel Nichols share what they are most thankful for in the NBA ahead of Thanksgiving.
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Orlando Magic star Aaron Gordon joins Jalen and Jacoby to discuss the experience playing in the NBA bubble in Orlando, Florida, his reaction to hearing his name in many trade rumors, if he still looks at Dwyane Wade sideways for his suspect judging in the 2020 NBA Slam Dunk Contest and weighs in on Los Angeles Lakers big man LeBron James accomplishments.
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Steve Kornacki goes to the big board to break down how a Trump comeback is still a possibility, despite national polls showing the president behind Joe Biden. Steve also answers a ReidOut fan submitted question on when we could expect some results on Election night. Aired on 10/28/2020.

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