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Bars and pubs are closing as Europe battles coronavirus surge

With Europe now reporting more coronavirus cases than the United States, Brazil and India, according to World Health Organization figures, many governments are closing down pubs and bars or limiting their opening hours in the hope of avoiding wider lockdowns.

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More than 5 million general election ballots cast so far

As Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris of California meet in Salt Lake City on Wednesday night for their first and only vice presidential debate, more than 5.4 million Americans have already voted in the general election, according to a CNN and Edison Research survey of election officials in 31 states reporting voting data.

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Trump encourages voter intimidation tactics

One day, when I was reporting from Cuba in the late 1990s, I received a message from a dissident group about a protest for democracy and human rights they were planning to hold at a public park. Despite the obvious risks, they had decided to go forward with the protest, given that Havana was about to hold a major international gathering and the Castro regime had promised to ease up on repression.

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Trump's taxes show why he really ran for president

Thanks to last week's bombshell reporting from The New York Times, we know that President Trump paid $750 in taxes in 2016 -- and no taxes at all in 10 of the previous 15 years. CNN's Chris Cillizza sheds some light on why Trump's financial straits influenced his decision to run for president.

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Brian Stelter: This is among the most important stories of the past 5 years

The New York Times is reporting that it has obtained tax-return data going back over two decades for President Donald Trump, and alleges that in 2016 the President paid only $750 in income tax. CNN's Brian Stelter reports how the Times was able to legally access and verify the financial documents.

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BMW fined $18 million for inflating sales figures

Luxury automaker BMW has agreed to pay an $18 million fine for misreporting its car sales figures over the course of five years, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced.

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