More than 80 million Americans have cast ballots in the presidential election, according to a tally from the U.S. Elections Project at the University of Florida, setting the stage for the highest participation rate in over a century.
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Lawyer for Philadelphia man killed by police says murder charges likely unwarranted
The Philadelphia police officers who shot and killed a Black man under mental duress should probably not be charged with murder, a lawyer for the man's family said on Thursday, saying they lacked training and equipment to handle the situation.
Wary of security issues, Japan's government moves to shut China out of its drone supply chain
Japan may effectively shut off China from supplying drones to its government to protect sensitive information, according to six people in government and the ruling party familiar with the matter, as part of a broad effort to bolster national security.
Instagram pauses 'recent' search listings on U.S. site to stop fake election news
Facebook Inc's Instagram said on Thursday it was making changes to its image sharing platform for U.S. users to prevent the spread of misinformation around the Nov. 3 presidential election.
Delta Air Lines, pilot union reach preliminary deal to avoid furloughs
Delta Air Lines Inc and the union that represents its pilots have reached a preliminary cost-cutting deal that will prevent furloughs until Jan. 1, 2022, the union said late on Thursday.
Black franchisees at McDonald's file new discrimination lawsuit
McDonald's Corp was hit on Thursday with a potentially multi-billion-dollar lawsuit by Black franchise owners who accused the fast-food giant of racial discrimination for steering them to underperforming stores.
Netflix raises monthly charges for U.S. customers, shares jump
Streaming video service Netflix Inc on Thursday raised monthly charges in the United States for its standard and premium subscription plans, a move that sent the company's shares climbing nearly 5%.
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