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President Trump thinks the result of this year's election will be even better for him than four years ago. Trump won the electoral college tally in 2016 with narrow wins in key battlegrounds Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. Trump campaigned in Arizona and again raised doubts on voting by mail.    Coronavirus deaths in the U.S. now exceed 220-thousand. The U.S. now leads the world is deaths form the virus. Over eight-point-two-million Americans have contracted the virus. With fall and winter, health experts expect a surge is virus cases and deaths.    The World Series gets underway tonight. The Tampa Bay Rays take on the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game One of the best-of-seven series at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. Tyler Glasnow gets the ball for Tampa Bay, while Los Angeles turns to ace Clayton Kershaw. The Rays outlasted the Astros in seven games to win the American League pennant, while the Dodgers beat the Braves in seven to claim the National League crown.    America's oldest state-supported military college is going to be investigated for alleged "structural racism." The Washington Post reports Governor Ralph Northam has told Virginia Military Institute's Board of Visitors there will be an "independent, third-party review." A letter from the governor and other officials says Black cadets "have long faced repeated instances of racism on campus."    Thousands of Iowa felons who were previously unable to vote are now registered voters. WHO-TV reports the Iowa Secretary of State's Office says at least 25-hundred-50 Iowans have had their voting rights restored since Governor Kim Reynolds signed her executive order in August. The secretary of state says a total of about 35-thousand Iowans with felony convictions are eligible to receive voting rights.    Archaeologists have discovered a giant two-thousand-year-old cat carved into a hill in southern Peru. The geoglyph is 121-feet long and is part of a UN Heritage site located some 250 miles from Lima. Despite being barely visible previously, after cleaning and conservation work, archaeologists found well-defined lines between 11- and 16-inches in width.