A Peaceful Transition Of Power, Breonna Taylor Charges, Homeless Vets : Up First The President is refusing to say he'll accept the results of the election, casting doubts about the legitimacy of the ballots. Also, protesters marched for a second night in Louisville, Kentucky calling for justice in the Breonna Taylor case. Kentucky's governor and Louisville's mayor have called on the attorney general to release the grand jury's evidence. And, the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans says the pandemic is causing more people to reach out for help, reversing decades of progress with homelessness among vets.
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A Peaceful Transition Of Power, Breonna Taylor Charges, Homeless Vets

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A Peaceful Transition Of Power, Breonna Taylor Charges, Homeless Vets

A Peaceful Transition Of Power, Breonna Taylor Charges, Homeless Vets

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The President is refusing to say he'll accept the results of the election, casting doubts about the legitimacy of the ballots. Also, protesters marched for a second night in Louisville, Kentucky calling for justice in the Breonna Taylor case. Kentucky's governor and Louisville's mayor have called on the attorney general to release the grand jury's evidence. And, the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans says the pandemic is causing more people to reach out for help, reversing decades of progress with homelessness among vets.