|team will play||Takım oynayacak|
|team will represent||Takım temsil edecek|
|teams will compete||Takımlar yarışacak|
|teams will play||Takımlar oynayacak|
|what will happen||Ne olacak|
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· Former GOP House Speaker Kirk Cox considering run for Virginia governor →
Any formal announcement will have to wait until after this year’s elections, he said.
· Trump says New York election should be redone as he rails against mail-in voting →
“With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history.
· Woman dies after alleged stabbing in Oatlands, north-west Sydney →
Officers will canvass nearby apartments to try to gain more information.
· Court hears horrific details of how 'Doomsday Mom' Lori Vallow's children were discovered →
Comments come at preliminary hearing to determine if Chad Daybell will be held for trial
· Carroll gets look at Adams on field as Seahawks move ahead →
Carroll couldn’t wait to talk about what the 24-year-old strong safety will bring to Seattle’s defense.
· Report: Big Ten To Release Football Schedule Tomorrow Morning →
The Big Ten Conference will reportedly release the updated 2020 football season schedule tomorrow, August 4, at 8:30 am, per sources.
· Painstaking organ repair starts at Paris’ Notre-Dame cathedral →
Its removal will be followed by that of all 8,000 pipes by the end of the year.
The New York Times
· Trump Again Assails Mail-In Voting →
The president has been raging against voting by mail for several months, claiming without evidence that the process is plagued by fraud and insisting that the broader use of mail-in ballots because of the coronavirus pandemic will corrupt the 2020 presidential election.
· Chief of staff to Brazil’s Bolsonaro tests positive for Covid-19 →
He will remain in isolation until a new examination and medical evaluation is carried out, and will continue to work remotely.
The New York Times
· Schools Debate Closing as Students and Staff Test Positive →
Many of the nation’s largest school districts have already announced that they will begin the school year with remote learning because infections in their communities are too widespread.