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What Mattered This Week: September 21-25, 2020

The U.S. crossed two grim COVID-19 milestones this week: 7 million cases and 200,000 deaths. Plus, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made history as the first woman and first Jewish person to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol, and widespread protests erupted after a grand jury did not charge any Louisville officers with killing Breonna Taylor. Read up on these and more of the week’s top headlines.

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What Mattered This Week: September 21-25, 2020

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    Covid-19 vaccinations could start in November or December, Fauci says

    Covid-19 vaccinations could start in November or December, Fauci says

    (CNN) — The United States reached another grim milestone on Friday, surpassing 7 million confirmed cases of Covid-19, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. It took the US just 25 days to record another 1 million cases after marking the 6 millionth case on August 31. It's been just over …

    Trump Plans to Name Barrett to Replace Ginsburg on Supreme Court

    Sep.25 -- President Donald Trump has told associates he’ll nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, according to people familiar with the matter, Bloomberg's Jordan Fabian has more on "Bloomberg Technology." For more video please visit https://bloomberg.com

    The World's Youth Strikes Again to Demand Climate Action

    The World's Youth Strikes Again to Demand Climate Action

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    Students, youth activists and entire communities on Friday participated in the second annual Global Climate Strike, demanding world leaders be more aggressive in combating climate change. Swedish activist Greta Thunberg joined her peers in demonstrating for greater action which is now believed to be urgently needed as the world temperature continues to rise, causing powerful wildfires, debilitating storms and other natural disasters.

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