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Scientists at Imperial College London plan to deliberately infect volunteers with the coronavirus early next year, launching the world’s first effort to study how vaccinated people respond to being intentionally exposed to the virus. https://t.co/YagJ4W1dCJ
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia was accused of murder and dismemberment in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, in a lawsuit filed in U.S. federal court on Tuesday by the late Washington Post columnist's fiancée, Hatice Cengiz. https://t.co/svKIqOWc3A
New: With 2 weeks to go USG and Silicon Valley are pushing a counteroffensive against Trump’s claims the election will be “rigged.” Is it enough? + new reporting that a familiar Russian hacking unit has been digging into state/local networks for 2 months https://t.co/TYmadU3GUx
NEW: ELLIOTT BROIDY's guilty plea relates to illegal lobbying on behalf of Malaysian & Chinese interests. But prosecutors plan to introduce evidence at sentencing related to his Middle East work, including “efforts to influence US policy" toward Qatar. https://t.co/BUJLX4cbOk
A few thousand votes by Michigan State University students helped Rep. Elissa Slotkin flip her House district to Democrats in 2018 for the first time in 20 years. Now that the pandemic has emptied campus, she’s worried her re-election bid may fall short. https://t.co/T3MVD5zbWF
At least 10 states set seven-day coronavirus records today: Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming. In other words: “There are very few places where things are stable and going down.” https://t.co/TzmEiXDwTq