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Taylor Nicole Rogers

Nearly 17% of mailed ballots in a Nevada county were never delivered - Business Insider

The June primary was Nevada's first election conducted fully through mail-in ballots due to the coronavirus pandemic but 223,000 were never delivered.
Connor Perrett

Fauci says in-person election with distancing, masks is safe - Business Insider

Dr. Anthony Fauci Americans should be able to safely cast a ballot in-person, so long as they follow necessary social distancing protocols.
Sarah Al-Arshani

9 accusers bring new lawsuit against Jeffery Epstein's Estate - Business Insider

The new lawsuit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court alleges that Epstein "sexually assaulted, abused, battered" girls as young as 11 as early as 1978.
Sophia Ankel

Obama attacks Donald Trump for trying to 'actively kneecap' the USPS - Business Insider

Obama told his former campaign manager David Plouffe that he is worried about the integrity of the election process amid a pandemic.
Grace Panetta

Why the USPS is in a funding crisis and what it means for the election - Business Insider

Cost-cutting measures undertaken by the cash-strapped USPS are causing service disruptions that are slowing down mail delivery in some places.
Tom Porter

Bolivian lower house approves toxic bleach as COVID-19 treatment - Business Insider

Bolivian lawmakers are pushing to legalise a substance which its own health ministry has warned has no curative benefits and is dangerous to consume.
Aylin Woodward

Nike Vaporfly shoes so fast, runners with other sponsors wear secretly - Business Insider

Nike's Vaporfly shoes are more energetically efficient than other shoes. So some runners with other sponsors wear "blacked-out" Vaporflys to keep up.
Taylor Nicole Rogers

Americans are banned from entering Canada until September - Business Insider

Fear of Americans bringing the coronavirus across the border has led Canadians to report cars with foreign license plates to the police, or vandalize them.
Avery Hartmans

Why Jack Dorsey wants to 'decentralize' Twitter's San Francisco office - Business Insider

Twitter was one of the first tech companies to close its offices due to the coronavirus. It's since told employees they can work from home forever.
Alexandra Ma

Georgia Stone Mountain shuts before feared white nationalist rally - Insider

The park is closing on Saturday after a white nationalist group and antifa counterprotesters vowed to show up, despite no permission.