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The Final Biden-Trump Debate Is Thursday. Here's What You Need To Know

With less than two weeks until voting concludes, President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will face off for the final time in a debate on Thursday, likely marking Trump's last chance to reach a massive audience as he trails Biden in polls nationally and in key states. They will share the stage three weeks after their first debate , which was headlined by Trump's near-constant interrupting of both his opponent and the moderator, a tactic that appeared to have hurt him in...

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On this episode of "This Week at AAMU" Host, Michael Burns, speaks with a representative from Drake State Community & Technical College about their "Pathways Program". Ms. Karen Ray, Placement and Apprenticeships Coordinator at Drake State explains how a student enrolled at Drake State can work to complete a two year degree or certain certificates while earning credits toward a four year degree from Alabama A&M University.

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On the latest edition of WJABs " Yo! Just Checkin In" Host, Marcus Sims chats with the Tennessee Valley's own,  multi-platinum producer, engineer , songwriter Craig Groove! Chances are Craig has worked with some of your favorite artists whether R&B, gospel, and hip hop.

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On this broadcast of "This Week At AAMU" staff from Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) at Alabama A&M University join Host, Michael Burns, to talk about The Virginia Caples Lifelong Learning Institute (VCLLI) and the annual Successful Aging Initiative conference.

Guests are Dr. Bernie Richardson, Ms. Danielle Rudolph and Ms. Candra DeBose.

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Join R&B Vibes Live for smooth sounds on October 30th at 7 p.m. You do not want to miss this show! Mark your calendar to come out and Vibe with R&B Vibes Live!

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ReleasedOffice of the Mayor, City of HuntsvilleOctober 20, 2020 It is with deep sadness that Mayor Tommy Battle announces the death of his wife and best friend, Eula Catherine Sammons Battle.Eula was born in Huntsville, Alabama, on Sept. 29, 1955, to Dr. Robert A. Sammons and his wife, Calvert Sammons.

The League of Women Voters of the Tennessee Valley, the R.E. Nelms 1127 Temple, Goodway Lodge #222, the Madison County Volunteer Lawyer Program and the Alabama Non-Violent Offenders Organization, will host a Community Voter Services event on Saturday, September 12th, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will take place at the Boys & Girls Club, Calvary, 2901 Fairbanks, Street, NW, Huntsville, AL, 35816. Host organizations will register voters and help voters fill out the application for the Absentee Ballot for the General Election.

On the latest episode of In Tune with T. Mill hosts, Tim Miller and Marcus Sims speak with Courtni Sedlacek about the pros and cons of homeschooling during Covid-19. 

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Poland's president, Andrzej Duda, is in isolation after testing positive for the coronavirus, his spokesman announced Saturday.

"The president is fine," his spokesman, Blazej Spychalski, said on Twitter. "We are in constant contact with the relevant medical services."

Officials in Afghanistan say at least 18 people are dead, including school children, from a suicide attack outside of an education center in the capital of Kabul.

The country's interior ministry confirmed that more than 57 others were wounded Saturday after the explosion went off in a heavily Shiite neighborhood, the Associated Press reported.

Before embarking on a packed day of campaign rallies, President Trump stopped at a library in Florida's Palm Beach County on Saturday to cast his ballot.

"I voted for a guy named Trump," he told reporters.

While the president has voted by mail in the past, in recent months, he has decried the integrity of voting by mail, falsely asserting that it results in rampant fraud.

After a wave of mass protests, and amid a pandemic, the people of Chile go to the polls Sunday for a historic referendum over whether the country should scrap its dictatorship-era constitution and write a new one.

Opinion surveys suggest the electorate will vote "yes," bringing an end to the 40-year-old charter that was imposed during the rule of Gen. Augusto Pinochet, and has long been seen by many Chileans as the underlying source of many of their grievances.

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NPR's Scott Simon speaks to singer Sam Smith about their new album, Love Goes.

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