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'We're coming in hot': Milwaukee marchers faced gunfire, found love on their 750-mile walk to DC Correction: A previous version of this video misspelled Frank Nitty’s name. This group is marching 750 miles from Milwaukee to arrive in Washington DC on the 57th anniversary of MLK's "I Have A Dream" speech. USA TODAY

Stock futures fall on COVID concerns, Europe faces lockdowns FOX Business' Neil Cavuto and Charles Payne answer your questions during the 'America Votes Together' town hall. U.S. equity futures are pointing to more selling when the Wednesday session begins on Wall Street. The major futures indexes suggest a decline of 1.7%, or more than 400 Dow points. With Tuesday's decline, the Dow Industrials have fallen in four of the last five sessions. Markets continue to worry about rising numbers of coronavirus infections and Washington's inability to deliver more aid to the economy. Europe is expected to take more drastic measures to curb coronavirus.

Trump says US topping world virus cases is 'badge of honour' Media playback is unsupported on your device President Donald Trump has argued it is "a badge of honour" that the US has the world's highest number of confirmed Covid-19 infections. "I look at that as, in a certain respect, as being a good thing because it means our testing is much better," he said at the White House. The US has 1.5 million coronavirus cases and nearly 92,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. In second place is Russia, with nearly 300,000 confirmed cases.

Coronavirus deaths in US top 100,000 Image copyright Reuters The US has passed 100,000 deaths in the coronavirus outbreak in less than four months. It has seen more fatalities than any other country, while its 1.69 million confirmed infections account for about 30% of the worldwide total. The first US infection was reported in Washington state on 21 January. Globally there have been 5.6 million people recorded as infected and 354,983 deaths since the virus emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan late last year. The US death toll stands at 100,276, according to Johns Hopkins University in Maryland, which has been tracking the pandemic.

I feared sack during early days at Liverpool, says Jurgen Klopp Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp feared getting sacked by the Premier League club early in his tenure if he was not afforded the time to reshape the squad, he said on Wednesday. The early years were spent building the team into title contenders and Klopp said he knew he had to convince Liverpool's owners — Fenway Sports Group — that he needed time to change their playing style. “It was clear we cannot fix it overnight. Everyone wanted that but we couldn't so I had to ask for time, I knew,” Klopp said on Sky Sports' Football Show. “Before that in my career I never got the sack so I had no experience with that, but I knew then it was a different level, and if I can't deliver here quick enough, then I will get the sack,” said Klopp.

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resigns for health reasons "Even though there is one year to go in my tenure and there are challenges to be met, I have decided to stand down as prime minister," said Abe at a press conference in Tokyo on Friday, adding that he would like to apologize to the people of Japan for being unable to fulfill his duties during the coronavirus pandemic. "For almost eight years I controlled my chronic disease, however, this year in June I had a regular check-up and there was a sign of the disease," he added. "I made a judgment that I should not continue my job as prime minister" said Abe. "I need to fight the disease and need to be treated." A Republican moon tweet highlights the GOP's anti-science beliefs As a lifelong lover of all things extraterrestrial, I’ve always believed that despite how expensive it is, space exploration is a net good for humanity as a species. Space is cool. Its vast, terrifying emptiness provides room for the imagination to fill that void with all sorts of wonders. But that belief was somewhat shattered Friday. In a tweet that was promptly ratioed straight into the sun — or “Sol” as astronomers refer to it — the Republican National Committee posted a list of President Donald Trump’s priorities if he were to serve a second term. Half of the items listed were about space, promising Trump will: “Establish Permanent Manned Presence on The Moon” and “Send the 1st Manned Mission to Mars.”

'Badge of honor': Trump links high US coronavirus cases to testing President Donald Trump said Monday he is taking the anti-malaria drug despite warnings about its effectiveness. USA TODAY WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump on Tuesday called the number of COVID-19 cases in the United States – the highest in the world – a “badge of honor,” arguing the still-increasing number of cases is simply evidence the country is testing more people. “By the way, you know, when you say that we lead in cases, that’s because we have more testing than anybody else,” the president said at the White House.

Facebook shareholders try to block encryption plan Image copyright Getty Images Investors at Facebook's annual stockholder meeting will vote on a proposal to postpone the firm's plans for end-to-end encryption. The firm says it wants to make the measure the default option across its messaging platforms to protect privacy.