On today’s episode of News O’Clock, we discuss:
1. President Donald Trump commuted the prison sentence of longtime ally Roger Stone on Friday.
2. COVID-19 cases have continued to rise across the United States, and the death toll is beginning to tick back up as well. And while the US has the highest numbers in the world, things are looking grim in other countries as well.
3. Officials confirmed today that they’ve found and identified former Glee star Naya Rivera’s body in Lake Piru, where she went missing last week.
4. Kelly Preston, the actor and longtime wife of John Travolta, died of breast cancer over the weekend.
5. The Washington football team has announced that they’re officially retiring their racist name and are on the hunt for a new one.
6. This TikTok song is the official anthem of 2020.
Plus, we talked to journalist, Cherokee Nation citizen, and host of the This Land podcast Rebecca Nagle about last week’s historic Supreme Court win for Native rights in McGirt v. Oklahoma and what it means for all tribes going forward.
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