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  • In the day's other news: A sell-off hit Wall Street for the second straight day, amid worries

  • over trade and the economy.

  • The Trump administration announced tariffs targeting $7.5 billion in goods from Europe.

  • And a private survey found that U.S. hiring slowed in September.

  • The Dow Jones industrial average lost nearly 500 points to close at 26078.

  • The Nasdaq fell 123 points, and the S&P 500 gave up 52.

  • Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was sentenced today to 10 years behind bars

  • for the murder of a black neighbor a year ago.

  • Guyger said she entered the wrong apartment and shot a man she thought was an intruder.

  • She could have gotten life in prison, and a crowd outside the court booed when the sentence

  • was announced.

  • Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has called off campaigning, for now, after

  • a heart procedure.

  • The Vermont senator is 78.

  • He had chest pains in Las Vegas on Tuesday, and doctors inserted two stents into a blocked

  • artery.

  • This afternoon, Sanders tweeted that he is feeling good, and he touted his push for Medicare

  • for all.

  • Russia's President Vladimir Putin today dismissed fears of his country meddling in U.S. elections,

  • even making a joke of it.

  • The Kremlin has denied U.S. findings that it interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

  • At a forum in Moscow, Putin made light of the issue, and pretended to confide that Russia

  • has similar plans for 2020.

  • VLADIMIR PUTIN, Russian President (through translator): I'm telling you as a secret,

  • yes, we will definitely do it in order to deliver you the best of fun.

  • Just don't tell anyone.

  • You know, we have plenty of our own problems.

  • We are dealing with domestic problems, and this is our key priority.

  • What is the point for us to meddle in some election in some other country?

  • JUDY WOODRUFF: Putin said he has a good relationship with President Trump.

  • He also said he doesn't mind if his calls with Mr. Trump are made public.

  • In Iraq, security forces killed at least seven people and wounded dozens in new clashes with

  • anti-government protesters.

  • That made nine killed in two days, with hundreds more wounded.

  • Thousands have taken to the streets of Baghdad.

  • Security forces used water cannon and tear gas to try to disperse the crowds, and then

  • began firing live rounds.

  • The protesters are demanding jobs, better services and an end to corruption.

  • Hundreds of students and supporters in Hong Kong condemned police today for shooting a

  • teenage protester.

  • They held rallies and marches against police brutality and demanded accountability.

  • The 18-year-old protester was shot on Tuesday as he struck an officer with a metal rod.

  • Officials said today the wounded teen is in stable condition.

  • North Korea may have fired an advanced nuclear-capable missile from underwater for the first time

  • since starting nuclear talks with the U.S.

  • It happened early today, and South Korea says the missile came from 10 miles off the North's

  • coast, and possibly from a submarine.

  • It landed in Japanese waters.

  • And, in Tokyo, Japan's defense minister condemned North Korea's actions.

  • TARO KONO, Japanese Defense Minister (through translator): This missile launch, which appears

  • to have fallen into Japan's exclusive economic zone, is a serious threat to Japan's security,

  • and without any prior notice.

  • Landing in such a zone was a dangerous act for aircraft and ships.

  • That is extremely problematic and violates the U.N. Security Council resolution.

  • JUDY WOODRUFF: The missile launch came one day after the North said that it will resume

  • talks with the U.S.

  • In Washington, the State Department said that Pyongyang should -- quote -- "refrain from

  • provocations."

  • The British government today proposed a last-minute Brexit deal to the European Union, as a Halloween

  • deadline approaches.

  • The new proposals focus on a key sticking point, keeping an open border between E.U.

  • member Ireland and British-ruled Northern Ireland.

  • Prime Minister Boris Johnson sounded a conciliatory note as he addressed a conference of his ruling

  • Conservatives.

  • BORIS JOHNSON, British Prime Minister: This is a compromise by the U.K.

  • And I hope very much that our friends understand that and compromise in their turn.

  • The alternative is no deal.

  • And that is not an outcome we want.

  • It is not an outcome we seek at all.

  • But let me tell you, my friends, it is an outcome for which we are ready.

  • JUDY WOODRUFF: E.U. officials said they welcome the new proposal.

  • Johnson said he hopes to make get a final agreement deal at an E.U. summit in mid-October.

  • This day marked one year since Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered

  • at the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.

  • Activists and friends gathered near the site today to demand justice.

  • They included The Post's owner, Jeff Bezos, and Khashoggi's Turkish fiancee.

  • Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said this week that he takes responsibility for

  • the killing, but that he didn't order it.

  • Back in this country, President Trump denied that he ever talked of things like digging

  • a moat to stop border crossings.

  • The New York Times reported that, last March, he suggested an electrified border wall, a

  • moat with alligators, and even shooting migrants in the legs.

  • Today, he said -- quote -- "I may be tough on border security, but not that tough."

  • And opera star Placido Domingo resigned today as general director of the Los Angeles Opera,

  • amid accusations of sexual harassment.

  • He had already left the Metropolitan Opera in New York.

  • Domingo said today that he will focus on trying to clear his name.

  • Still to come on the "NewsHour": two Republicans on the battle for the party's soul; Democratic

  • candidates make the case for what they would do to reduce gun violence; how China is electrifying

  • the auto industry; And wheelchair tennis players blaze a trail for disabled athletes.

In the day's other news: A sell-off hit Wall Street for the second straight day, amid worries

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