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October 22, 2020 00:13:00

President Trump releases a big portion of the 60 Minutes interview before Sunday! Third-degree murder charges dropped against the former police officer holding a knee to George Floyd’s neck. President Obama comes out swinging for Former Vice President Joe Biden and gears up for round two. And the last Presidential debate before the election is tonight but this time -- mics muted. President Trump releases a big portion of the 60 Minutes interview before Sunday! Third-degree murder charges dropped against the former police officer holding a knee to George Floyd’s neck. President Obama comes out swinging for Former Vice President Joe Biden and gears up for round two. And the last Presidential debate before the election is tonight but this time -- mics muted. These top stories and more. Also, Gretchen asks what televised debates are for.


October 21, 2020 00:19:15

The maker of OxyCotin is no more and paying out $8 billion for its role in creating the nation’s opioid crisis. Covid vaccine challenge trials in the UK are creating ‘challenging’ ethical questions. The President says he’s tired of corona, but experts say the pandemic is going to rapidly accelerate. And President Obama joins the campaign trail ahead of tomorrow night’s debate. These headlines and more along with a special interview with our very first Woman of the Week: Nancy Erika Smith.


October 20, 2020 00:12:02

Gretchen Carlson updates you on the latest headlines: New rules for the next and final Presidential debate. The US Supreme Court gives Pennsylvania three extra days to count mail in ballots, the Department of Justice takes on tech giant Google … and could there be hope a new pandemic stimulus package will happen before the election?


October 18, 2020 00:01:01

Here's what to expect from Get the News with Gretchen Carlson, a down-the-middle daily news show available exclusively on Quake Media.


00:14:50

SCOTUS is rooting for the students, handing the NCAA a decision about athlete payment. Yes, we're still talking about infrastructure. Is it bipartisan or bust for President Biden? New Yorkers voting for a new mayor, but when will we know who's won? Also, Olympic attendance at the Tokyo games, mourning the President's pup and a Father's day victory for one golfer.