Two officers shot in Louisville amid protests over the lack of charges in the killing of Breonna Taylor are expected to recover. Earlier in the day, Kentucky's attorney general announced none of the three officers who fired their guns during a deadly drug raid will be charged with her death. One officer is facing endangerment charges after bullets he fired entered a neighboring apartment during the raid.        President Trump is not committing to a peaceful transition of power after November's election. During a White House briefing, he said he'll just "see what happens." He appeared to bring up his frustration over mail-in ballots, referring to them as a "disaster." Trump also called them "out of control," claiming they'll lead to voter fraud.        The Republican governor of Missouri is now sick with coronavirus, after refusing to make masks mandatory. He and his wife both tested positive. She is said to have minor symptoms, but nothing for Mike Parson. He posted a video on Faceboook saying he feels fine and they're in quarantine.        The weekly report on first-time claims for unemployment benefits leads Thursday's economic reports. The experts forecast 840-thousand Americans filed initial jobless claims last week, down from 860-thousand.        The days of late night McMuffins could be gone for good. McDonald's stopped serving All-Day Breakfast months ago because of the pandemic. And now, the fast food chain confirms it might not return. Restaurants are evaluating whether to put it back on the menu and if so, how to do that.