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Axios 10/23/2020 12:10
Sudan and Israel announced today that they will “end the state of belligerence” between them and start the process of normalizing ties. Driving the news: The announcement came after a phone call hosted by President Trump with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, and the head of Sudan's governing council, Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan. Why it matters: Unlike with , there was a state of belligerency between Israel and Sudan for years. Sudan is not designated in Israeli law as an enemy state, but for decades there has been deep animosity and a history of military incidents between the countries, which don't have diplomatic relations. Under Sudanese law, Sudanese nationals are not allowed to travel to.
Axios 10/23/2020 11:33
Tesla is beta-testing its latest self-driving technology with a small group of early adopters, a move that alarms experts and makes every road user — including other motorists, pedestrians and cyclists — unwitting subjects in its ongoing safety experiment. Why it matters: Tesla hailed the limited rollout of its "full self-driving" beta software as a key milestone, but the warnings on the car's touchscreen underscore the risk in using its own customers — rather than trained safety drivers — to validate the technology. "It may do the wrong thing at the worst time, so you must always keep your hands on the wheel and pay extra attention to the road," Tesla warns customers.
Axios 10/23/2020 10:11
President Trump signed Friday an order to remove Sudan from the State Department’s state sponsors of terrorism list, senior U.S. officials tell me. Why it matters: Trump’s signature paves the way for the U.S. and Sudan — which will also include a Sudanese announcement on normalizing its relations with Israel. The state of play: Trump signed the order after the White House confirmed that Sudan transferred $335 million to a special account to compensate U.S. terror victims. What’s next: A phone call between Trump, Sudanese sovereignty council head Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected soon.
Axios 10/23/2020 08:39
The Big Ten football season kicks off tonight after months of a "will they, won't they" narrative. The state of play: Each team will play eight regular season games, culminating in a ninth, cross-divisional matchup on Dec. 19 (i.e. the Big Ten Championship, but also No. 2 East vs. No. 2 West, etc.). Because of the late start, the season is not only condensed but also has no open calendar slots. So any COVID-related postponement will likely result in cancellation and the game will be declared ".". Thus far, 10.6% of games nationally have been postponed. If that holds, six Big Ten games will be lost, and cancellations for playoff contenders will be particularly damaging. Friday night lights: The Big Ten joins the Pac-12 and Mountain West as co.
Axios 10/23/2020 07:46
Reproduced from ; Chart: Axios Visuals. New data from the Pew Research Center shows that parents are being hit especially hard by the coronavirus pandemic, and as far as job losses go, mothers and fathers are faring equally poorly. Why it matters: Economists have been that the pandemic could do long-term damage to the economy as people remain unemployed for longer stretches of time. And the decline of women's growth as a share of the labor force reverses what had been a broad-based economic tailwind for the U.S. What's happening: "[O]ver the first six months of the outbreak, the labor market impact of COVID-19 has similarly affected mothers and fathers, and the wide gulf that exists in the workplace engagement of mothers and fathers persists.
Axios 10/23/2020 06:52
Joe Biden twice referred to President Trump as "this guy," and Trump called the former vice president's family "like a vacuum cleaner" for foreign money. Why it matters: The personal venom — during Thursday's final presidential debate, in Nashville — was a reminder that even during a more normal debate, nothing this year is normal. A prime example: "Oh, God," Biden said during an exchange on race. Foreshadowing the crises he'd face if elected, Biden said America is "about to go into a dark winter" because of the coronavirus:. "220,000 Americans dead.
Axios 10/23/2020 05:00
It hasn't backed a Democrat for president since 1992, but Georgia's changing demographics may prove pivotal this year — not only to Trump v. Biden, but also to whether Democrats take control of the Senate. Why it matters: If the fate of the Senate did hinge on Georgia, it might be January before we know the outcome. Meanwhile, voters' understanding of this power in the final days of the election could juice turnout enough to impact presidential results. Here's why it could come down to Georgia:. Not just one, but both of Georgia's Senate seats are on the ballot this year because of the special election to fill Johnny Isakson's seat. Polling shows they're crowded or close races with no clear winner. Georgia law sends general-election races to.
Axios 10/22/2020 23:16
A more disciplined President Trump held back from the rowdy interruptions at tonight's debate in Nashville, while making some assertions so outlandish that Joe Biden chuckled and even closed his eyes. A Trump campaign adviser told Axios: "He finally listened.". The result: A real debate. With a firm moderator, NBC News' Kristen Welker — along with threats of mic cutoffs and advisers' pleas for Trump to cool it — voters finally heard clear contrasts. Trump swung several times , but never quite landed a punch as he tried to connect Biden to a nebulous cloud of allegations about business dealings by his son Hunter. Between the lines: Trump didn't focus on assuring women voters or seniors. But his economic argument could reassure some men in swi.
Axios 10/22/2020 22:10
Former VP Joe Biden pushed back Thursday against allegations from President Trump, saying he had never profited from foreign sources. "Nothing was unethical," Biden told debate moderator Kristen Welker about his son Hunter's work in Ukraine while he was vice president. Why it matters: Earlier on Thursday, Hunter Biden's former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, released a statement saying Joe Biden's claims that he never discussed overseas business dealings with his son were "false.". The big picture: Trump's attempts to pressure the Ukrainian president to investigate the Bidens ultimately culminated in his impeachment last year in the Democratic-led House and acquittal in the Republican-led Senate. What they're saying: "With regard to Ukrai.
Axios 10/22/2020 21:45
President Trump repeated baseless claims at the final presidential debate that the coronavirus "will go away" and that the U.S. is "rounding the turn," while Joe Biden argued that any president that has allowed 220,000 Americans to die on his watch should not be re-elected. Why it matters: The U.S. is now coronavirus infections a day, and added another 73,000 cases on Thursday, according to .
Axios 10/22/2020 18:49
Americans have cast more than 47.1 million ballots in the 2020 presidential election, surpassing the total early-vote count for 2016 with 12 days left until Election Day, according to a of voting data. Why it matters: The election is already underway, as many states have expanded early and mail-in voting options because of the coronavirus pandemic. Between the lines , via : Early voting data signals strong Democratic enthusiasm in key battleground states.
Axios 10/22/2020 17:48
Watch for President Trump to address Joe Biden as “the big guy” or “the chairman” at tonight's debate as a way of dramatizing the Hunter Biden emails. Hunter's former business partner Tony Bobulinski is expected to be a . The big picture: Trump's advisers universally view the first debate as a catastrophe — evidenced by a sharp plunge in Trump’s public and (more convincingly for them) private polling immediately following the debate. The team has a message for him: Let Joe Biden talk — he’s not good at talking! They want him to smile more, be lighter, and pick his moments to attack rather than attacking constantly for 90 minutes and turning off viewers. Former VP Joe Biden's team wants to keep up the pressure on Trump's handling of the coro.
Axios 10/22/2020 16:48
Energetic Bear, a Russian state-sponsored hacking group, has after targeting state and federal government networks in the U.S. since at least September, the FBI and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said on Thursday. Driving the news: Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe announced Wednesday that Iran and Russia had that could be used to undermine confidence in the U.S. election system. The FBI and CISA said Thursday they do not have evidence that Energetic Bear compromised elections data or government operations. In at least one compromise of a state or local government server, Energetic Bear accessed documents related to sensitive passwords, vendors, and printing access badges, the agencies said. What they're say.
Axios 10/22/2020 16:18
Gilead Sciences on Thursday from the Food and Drug Administration for remdesivir, an antiviral treatment that has shown against treating COVID-19. Why it matters: It's the first and only fully FDA-approved drug in the U.S. for treating the coronavirus. The big picture: The FDA issued an emergency use authorization in May after treatment with the drug was some hospitalized patients' recovery time.
Axios 10/22/2020 16:00
It's still the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, but history, biology and the knowledge gained from our first nine months with COVID-19 point to how the pandemic might end. The big picture: Pandemics don't last forever. But when they end, it usually isn't because a virus disappears or is eliminated. Instead, they can settle into a population, becoming a constant background presence that occasionally flares up in local outbreaks. Many emerging viruses become part of the viral ecology. The four coronaviruses that cause the common cold are endemic, circulating in the population, and the influenza strains that cause seasonal flu predictably surge each year. The SARS outbreak in 2003 didn't go the same way due to biology and behavior: It w.
Axios 10/22/2020 15:54
Data: ; Chart: Naema Ahmed/Axios. Home prices are rising rapidly across the U.S., according to ATTOM Data Solutions. Driving the news: ATTOM released its this week, concluding that 77% of metro areas posted "double-digit annual home price gains." Profit margins rose in 86% of the 103 metropolitan statistical areas studied. Top gainers included St. Louis, Missouri; Columbus, Ohio; and Salem, Oregon. The biggest profit margin drops were in Honolulu, San Francisco, and Fort Collins, Colorado. The biggest year-over-year increases in median home prices were in Bridgeport and New Haven, Connecticut, and in Detroit.
Axios 10/22/2020 15:42
Short-form video streaming app Quibi that it will cease operations, just six months after a high-profile launch backed by $1.75 billion in funding from studios and venture capitalists. Axios Re:Cap digs into what went wrong and what happens next, with REDEF CEO Jason Hirschhorn.
Axios 10/22/2020 13:01
A producer from the Commission on Presidential Debates will manage the operation of the candidates' microphones during Thursday's final presidential debate — not the event's moderator, NBC's Kristen Welker — a source with knowledge of the event told Axios. Our thought bubble, via Axios' Alexi McCammond: Given President Trump's accusations of partisanship against the other debates' moderators, it makes sense that Welker would want to steer clear of any such optics during her stint in the chair. The state of play: The commission announced this week to mute candidates’ microphones following . It said each candidate will have two uninterrupted minutes for opening remarks during each of the six segments.

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