Biden said voters "will not stand for it" if Trump loses the election and refuses to leave office, raising the tension ahead of the November vote. During the first debate, Trump would not commit to accepting the election result.
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Palantir valued at $23 billion as shares pop in public market debut
Shares of Palantir Technologies Inc , the U.S. data analytics firm known for its work with the Central Intelligence Agency and other government agencies, rose 48% on its public market debut on Wednesday, valuing the company at more than $23 billion.
U.S. embassy worker in Ukraine dies after suspected park assault
An American woman working at the U.S. embassy in Ukraine's capital Kyiv died after a suspected assault in a park near the mission, authorities said, and a search was underway for the possible perpetrator.
U.S. airline aid hopes fade on signs Republicans, Democrats far apart
Hopes for another $25 billion in airline aid before midnight Wednesday - the deadline for mass furloughs of airline employees - dimmed after Washington leaders said there was still more work to do on a broad coronavirus relief package.
Former UAW president pleads guilty to embezzling union funds
Former United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams on Wednesday pleaded guilty to trying to embezzle union funds that prosecutors said he spent on Palm Springs vacations, golf, liquor and cigars.
U.S. private payrolls accelerate in September; many challenges loom
U.S. private employers stepped up hiring in September, but diminishing government financial assistance and a resurgence in new COVID-19 cases in some parts of the country could slow the labor market's recovery from the pandemic.
'I like what I saw,' U.S. FAA chief on Boeing 737 MAX test flight
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Chief Steve Dickson conducted a nearly two-hour evaluation flight at the controls of a Boeing 737 MAX on Wednesday, a milestone for the jet to win approval to resume flying after two fatal crashes.
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