A contractor in New Jersey is accused of planting cameras in at least two families’ bathrooms. Romeo Sanchez, 47, was arrested and charged on Sept. 17 with invasion of privacy. Officials say a resident in Paramus noticed a suspicious electronic device in their bathroom on Aug. 25. Eyewitness News video.
The third ‘1st day back to school’ is underway in New York City, as middle and high schoolers head back to classrooms amid COVID increases in some neighborhoods. Mayor Bill de Blasio holds a briefing. Eyewitness News video.
House Intelligence Committee ranking member Devin Nunes, R-CA, on DNI John Ratcliffe releasing new report on Russia and President Trump and Joe Biden going toe-to-toe over Hunter Biden’s business dealings. #Business Fox Business Video:
Fox Business Briefs: Moderna’s CEO says a coronavirus vaccine will not be ready for public distribution until spring 2021. Social media giant Facebook estimates it has helped 100,000 US users sign up for poll working jobs for the 2020 presidential election. Fox Business News Video.
Oct.01 — Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc. plans to raise as much as 5 billion pounds ($6.5 billion) in new financing amid a collapse in demand due to the coronavirus. Bloomberg’s Charlotte Ryan reports on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.” Bloomberg Markets video.
Panel: “The Coronavirus and the Constitution” Chairman: Ronald J. Pestritto Hillsdale College “Is Freedom of Assembly Dead?” Robert Barnes Barnes Law, LLP “The Failure of Expertise” Alex Berenson | Author and Journalist “The Politics of the Coronavirus” John Hinderaker
House Judiciary Committee member Doug Collins, R-Ga., responds to the Crossfire Hurricane investigation and sounds off on former FBI Director James Comey for forgetting issues that were taking place during the Russia probe and Steel dossier. Fox Business News
Jeep has a strong brand and illustrious history dating back to World War II, making it one of the strongest brands in the automotive world. It has a military pedigree that dates back to World War II and for generations it has sustained its rugged, classic American image. It is also Fiat Chrysler’s top-selling brand, and it inspires a rare sort of cult-like devotion other automakers would kill for. But it needs to stay ahead of an increasingly competitive market. Jeep specializes in sport utility vehicles like the Wrangler – it does not make a single sedan or sports coupe. That has left it extraordinarily well-positioned for the recent boom in SUVs. However, the secret is out, and automakers everywhere are ramping up their own SUV and pickup inventories, and some are aiming their own products squarely at segments Jeep has long dominated. Jeep is answering with a slew of new innovations and new products to preserve its strong position and envied reputation. Industry insiders say Jeep can no longer expect that its legendary name and distinctive styling will keep buyers coming back. CNBC News video
Scientists have been debating how the coronavirus spreads since the pandemic began. Those conversations have deepened recently as some experts argue that aerosols may play a bigger role in the virus’ transmission than previously thought. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook spoke with aerosol scientists Linsey Marr and Kim Prather about how the virus travels through the air and how to best protect yourself against it. CBS News video.
Judge slaps Epic down; Epic, Spotify, and Tile join forces. On MacBreak Weekly, Leo Laporte, Lory Gil, Rene Ritchie, and Andy Ihnatko want to be able to lipsync to Umbrella like Tom Holland. TWiT News video.
Sep.29 — Democratic nominee Joe Biden says he doesn’t support the “Green New Deal.” He speaks at the first presidential debate. But Biden’s campaign website literally says that he supports the green new deal.
A mother of three is dead, her body found by her 14-year-old son, after a bullet went through her apartment window and struck her in the neck early Wednesday morning. It happened around 12:47 a.m., as the family was sleeping inside their third-floor apartment on 34th Avenue in Jackson Heights. The victim’s son woke up to the sound of the crashing window, and he ran into the room and found his mother on the ground with a gunshot wound to the head. He called 911, and EMS responded and pronounced 43-year-old Bertha Arriaga dead at the scene. Read More: https://7ny.tv/33mm4gp Eyewitness News ABC7NY News