US Turns out 2020 can get worse

01:25  29 september  2020
01:25  29 september  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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Turns out I had massive obstruction in my bowel and I was rushed in for life saving surgery. How worse can the year 2020 get ? As bad as the year 2020 has been thus far, a far more sinister disaster could still take place.

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Not today, brain-eating microbe

A state of disaster was declared in a Texas county after a brain-eating amoeba that killed a 6-year-old was detected in a city's water supply. Residents of Lake Jackson were advised to boil their water before using it after the microbe, Naegleria fowleri, was found in water samples, "posing an imminent threat to public health and safety, including loss of life." A previous warning extended to other cities in Brazoria County said not to use the water at all, but only the boil advisory remains in effect for Lake Jackson. Authorities "are actively working on a plan to flush and disinfect the water system," but it was unknown how long that will take, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality said.

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2020 has gotten off to a shaky start, but if any of these disasters occur it could get a whole lot worse . The word disaster is thrown around a lot, but what are the kinds of disasters that can rock the planet. As it turns out , disasters can be broken down into these convenient categories

Tell me more about this sketchy microbe: Naegleria fowleri is a free-living microscopic amoeba that usually infects people when contaminated water enters the body through the nose. The CDC says N. fowleri is commonly found in lakes in the South, but getting sick from it is rare – 34 documented cases in the USA from 2009 to 2018.

Revelations from the report on Trump's income taxes

The New York Times on Sunday published the first in a series of stories based on President Donald Trump's tax returns, reporting the president paid $750 in personal federal income tax in both 2016 and 2017 and didn't pay any taxes in some years because of business losses and write-offs. The bottom line from the report: Trump has had small federal tax bills and major financial losses during his business career, and some of his tax maneuvers have come under legal scrutiny. Like Trump, wealthy Americans often deploy sophisticated tax avoidance strategies to minimize tax obligations. Not to be confused with tax evasion, which is illegal, tax avoidance is entirely legal, even if many view it as unfair. Trump dismissed the report as "fake news" and said details about his taxes would "all be revealed," but he gave no timeline on when he would disclose his records.

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Among The New York Times' findings:

  • Trump paid very little to no federal income taxes: In some years, Trump paid no taxes at all, thanks to business losses and write-offs that have come into question.
  • Trump faces a crunch: An IRS audit could force Trump to pay a massive tax bill, on top of millions in personally guaranteed loan debts that are due soon.
  • Trump claimed a $72.9 million refund: A decade ago, Trump claimed a $72.9 million refund, which is the prime subject of an IRS audit.

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Coronavirus death toll nears 1M

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This picture is worth a thousand words

In the devastating image below, the Glass Fire consumes the Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena, California, on Sunday. The brutal blaze exploded in size overnight, tearing through 2,500 acres in Napa Valley wine country, north of San Francisco, according to Cal Fire. Firefighters battled a second new blaze Monday, the Zogg Fire, which burned through 7,000 acres in less than five hours near Redding in Northern California. Thousands of residents of the Oakmont Village senior living community fled the fast-moving fires – many in nightclothes and robes and gripping canes and walkers – as ash spewed in the sky in Sonoma, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. The fire season in California has been record-breaking: Since Aug, 15 – when fire activity elevated – 26 people have died, and more than 7,000 structures have been destroyed.

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a building on fire: Flames from the Glass Fire engulf the Glass Mountain Inn Sept. 27 in St. Helena, Calif. © Noah Berger, AP Flames from the Glass Fire engulf the Glass Mountain Inn Sept. 27 in St. Helena, Calif.

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‘All the red flags’: Political analysts warn of U.S. election violence in November .
With President Donald Trump refusing to commit to a peaceful transition of power in the event that he loses the upcoming election and violent clashes already unfolding in a number of states, political analysts are uniquely fearful as November approaches. Asked last week to commit to conceding should the November 3 election go in favor of Democratic nominee Joe Biden, Trump again cited unfounded claims about mail-in ballots leading to widespread voter fraud in justifying his reluctance.

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