5 things to know on Friday


Editors, USA TODAY

Posted at 3:54 am ET on 2 November 2018

The funeral was held for the oldest victim of the Pittsburgh Conquest Attack

His oldest victim the deadly shooting at the Pittsburgh Synagogue will take place on Friday after an emotional weekly series of funerals and monuments. Rose Mallinger, 97, was among the 11 people who were shot at the Life Tree Synagogue, which was considered by the American Jewish Archive as the worst assault on the worship of Jews in US history. The suspect, Robert Bowers, said he was not guilty of a federal court on Thursday, where prosecutors underlined that he was facing the possibility of capital punishment. He is accused of deadly murders in a charge of 44 charges involving hate crimes.

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The mail bomb suspect has a court date

The club deejay, which is accused of sending bomb-like devices to President Donald Trump's critics, is scheduled for a hearing Friday at the Miami federal court. Cesar Sayoc, 56, is believed to be the source of at least 15 explosive packs, including those sent to former presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. Democratic donor Giorgos Soros. and Mrs Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. It faces five categories, including the transnational shipment of explosives, illegal explosives, and threats against former presidents.

Controversial Trump campaign is headed to Indiana, West Virginia

The tour of President Donald Trump's election campaign to support Republican candidates takes place on Friday in Indiana and West Virginia. Trump will summon Senator Candidate Mike Brown to Indianapolis High School and Senate Patrick Morrisey at an airport in Huntington, West Virginia. The trampoline sparked controversy over the campaign path by putting Republicans on the unstable issue of immigration. An advertisement of the Trump campaign claiming that the Democrats are responsible for a Mexican citizen who killed two California MEPs was called a racist and divided by critics.

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A movie about the fame of Freddie Mercury's legendary premieres

"Bohemian Rhapsody," the biopic king focuses around the life of the latest singer Freddie Mercury, and plays theaters throughout Friday. Starring Rami Malek as Mercury himself, the film follows the Queen's story of the band from the early 1970s with her epic theft show at Live Aid in 1985, six years before Mercury's death in 1991 age of 45 years. comments from critics, with Brian Truitt of USA Today giving him a ★ ★ out of four, mainly welcoming Malek to portray Mercury.

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Rami Malek talks about Queen's favorite songs and how the adrenaline helped him to channel Freddie Mercury to the new biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody."
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The employment report will highlight the labor market situation before the elections

The carefully monitored monthly employment report will be released at 8:30 am. on Friday and will be the last major financial report before Tuesday's interim elections. President Donald Trump highlights the unemployment rate that fell to a low of 50, which was 3.7% last month on the campaign path. Economists expect the government to unveil a healthy profit of 200,000 jobs in October and an unemployment rate of 3.7 percent. The annual salary increase could reach 3% for the first time since 2009.

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