Pediatric group warns cases in kids are rising “exponentially”; Final stretch of voting in election to keep or replace Gov. Newsom; Blinken defends U.S. Afghan exit in testimony before congress;

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New data: cases in children Jump 240% in three months; Former FDA head: vaccine for kids could be approved by Halloween; Reports: multiple members of New Orleans Saints test positive; One-on-one with Biden chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci; CNN analysis shows Black & Hispanic Americans are underrepresented in tested and vaccinations; CDC: no proof vaccine causes a loss of fertility in men or women;

Today: voters decide whether to keep or remove Gov. Newsom; GOP challenger Larry Elder baselessly claims fraud ahead of election; CA data firm: 9.1M ballots returned early in recall, almost 51% of total cast in 2020 presidential race; Newsom makes surprise campaign stop in final hours of voting;

Blinken faces tough questions on Afghanistan withdrawal; Blinken: “about 100” Americans still trying to leave Afghanistan; Blinken: Taliban’s ties with Al Qaeda have “not been severed”;

Woodward book: Gen. Milley took secret action, worried Trump would “go rouge” and order military strike after Jan. 6; Pelosi asked Gen. Milley after Jan. 6 if there was anyone at the white house not kidding Trump’s “fat butt”; Bannon encouraged Trump to return to DC for Jan. 6 protest, “we’re going to bury Biden… f***king bury him”; CNN poll: most republicans want trump to lead the republican party;

Tropical Storm Nicholas slows, dumps torrential rain over Texas; Tropical Storm Nicholas expected to bring life-threatening flash floods across the deep south, including Louisiana; Biden in Colorado to push his infrastructure & climate plans;

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