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Arizona News Top Stories

Two people are dead after a shooting in Glendale on Thursday night.
“Because this is an abandoned structure, this is a [defensive] operation.”
A make-shift memorial was created for him, with flowers and more candles.
In May, the City of Mesa started sending officers to look for homeless people susceptible to COVID-19 and take them to east Mesa motels.
While five people were between the trailer and the truck, an SUV driver slammed into the trailer.
Recently, Phoenix broke the record for having the most 110 degree days in a year. Thursday marked day 37.
Goodyear resident Calvin Washington has been charged with two felony counts of sexual conduct with a minor.
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man who went missing in the Tonto National Forest.

World News Top Stories

President Trump announced he brokered a deal with Israel and the United Arab Emirates to establish diplomatic relations. Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and senior adviser, led the Middle East peace efforts. Kushner joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the peace agreement, the 2020 presidential race and the government's response to COVID-19.
They had gotten on top of their coronavirus epidemics, but the two European vacation destinations are now battling to contain second waves.
Source of 30 new infections remains a mystery, but leader Jacinda Arndern says her country can beat back the disease a 2nd time.
In a surprise announcement, President Trump said Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to establish full diplomatic relations. The agreement would allow travel and trade between the two countries and eventually establish embassies. As part of the deal, Israel agreed to temporarily suspend its controversial plans to annex parts of the occupied West Bank territory. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Long-awaited "intra-Afghan talks" look increasingly likely as government starts releasing final group of insurgents under deal hashed out by U.S.
Almost 7,000 were arrested in "Europe's last dictatorship" for challenging the president's purported landslide victory, and an unclear number remain missing.
The CDC says there is no evidence to suggest that consuming or handling food is associated with the coronavirus.
Dignitaries and celebrities from around the globe and thousands of South Africans have gathered in Soweto for a massive memorial service honoring anti-apartheid icon and legendary humanitarian Nelson Mandela.

National News Top Stories

Guards at Winn Correctional Center in Louisiana routinely use excessive force against detainees, according to a series of new civil rights complaints.
The president all but admitted he is blocking funding to the cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service in order to hamper voting by mail.
“This is just a warmup for the fall,” warns the narrator in the latest ad from progressive PAC VoteVets.
American Postal Workers Union President Mark Dimondstein denounced Trump for prioritizing his reelection while workers risk their lives during the pandemic.
Jeff Schaffer mocked the president for not recognizing that he was actually the butt of a joke in a "Curb Your Enthusiasm" scene.
The video comes from fired Officer Tou Thao, one of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd.
"You have slapped science in the face every step of the way," one critic hit back on Twitter.
Stark new video from the president's conservative critics shows how his words stack up against reality.

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