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'Pathetic': Lincoln Project Video Calls Lindsey Graham a 'Sniveling Weak Crybaby' in Push for Jamie Harrison
"Lindsey Graham, a political parasite with a record of lies and personal betrayals," the ad begins.
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Trump downplays coronavirus and attacks mail-in voting while campaigning
Rising coronavirus cases in Michigan didn't stop thousands of supporters from cheering for President Trump, or the president from saying the pandemic is getting too much attention. Paula Reid reports.
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Biden campaigns in Georgia on final week before Election Day
With Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden campaigning in Georgia seven days before Election Day, Democrats are hoping they can flip the state for the first time since 1992. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Obama Criticizes Trump for 'Fussing' About 2017 Inauguration Crowd Size As COVID Death Toll Surpasses 225K
"He was fussing about the crowd size at the inauguration again," former President Barack Obama said of President Donald Trump on Tuesday. "Saying his was bigger. Who is thinking about that right now? Nobody except him."
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Wisconsin officials stress need for quick return of mail ballots in wake of Supreme Court ruling
As of Tuesday, voters in the key battleground state had returned more 1.45 million of the 1.79 million absentee ballots that had been requested.
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Sprint star Christian Coleman to miss Tokyo Olympics over missed drug test
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Sprint star Christian Coleman banned for 2 years over missed drug test
US sprinter Christian Coleman, reigning world 100-meter champion, is set to miss the Tokyo Olympics after being banned for two years by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU).
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" from our new Election 2020 headquarters in Times Square.
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Gutfeld on Trump's rallies and Biden's seclusion
As the election approaches, we're watching two competing magic acts.
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Mookie Betts thought he would be a 'Red Sox for life,' Dodgers' outfielder reveals before World Series Game 6
Mookie Betts is just one game away from claiming his second World Series championship and on Tuesday the four-time All-Star took time to reflect on his career, revealing that he never imagined leaving the Boston Red Sox. 
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Playing for the ‘right reasons’
Play as the Bachelorette in this retro-inspired video game, fighting to free the Man of Your Dreams from the prison of heteronormativity. Can you find true love before the real world breaks through?
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What's really motivating Democrats in North Carolina
LaMonique Hamilton, reflecting on recent conversations she's had with local North Carolina officials, writes that, in the 2020 election, North Carolina Democratic voters are motivated by the need for quality and well-funded public schools, expansion of Medicaid and a reckoning with the racism that has permeated gerrymandered districts and the fabric of their everyday lives.
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Flying can be safer than grocery shopping, Harvard study asserts
Researchers at Harvard University found ventilation systems filter out 99% of airborne viruses. If people follow mask protocols, too, their study says it's safer than grocery shopping or eating out.
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20 former Republican US attorneys endorse Biden campaign
Twenty US attorneys, who were appointed and served under Republican presidents as far back as Dwight Eisenhower, announced on Tuesday their endorsement of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
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People who place their 'I Voted' stickers on Susan B. Anthony's headstone will notice something different there this year
For years, it's been a local tradition: Sticking "I Voted" stickers in Susan B. Anthony's grave.
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Firefighters battle brush fire in Glendale above Brand Park
At least eight acres had burned, and fire crews were battling the blaze on the ground and in the air.
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Russia Says US, Allies 'Building Up' Forces by Border Near Belarus, Raising Tensions
"An uneasy situation remains on the western borders of the Union State," Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said of NATO activities off of Russia and Belarus.
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Yankees’ prized prospect Jasson Dominguez looks like a monster
If baseball doesn’t work out for Jasson Dominguez, perhaps the Yankees’ most prized prospect can give football a shot. The 17-year-old center fielder, whom the Yankees handed a team-record $5 million signing bonus in 2019, looked more like a hulking NFL running back than a baseball player while taking swings in a video shared Monday...
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Donald Trump's wildest election prediction
President Donald Trump has made a lot of bold predictions -- at least publicly -- about the results of next week's election. He's said he will win (possible but not likely) and that Republicans will retain control of the Senate (less than a 50-50 proposition at this point).
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Auditor slams California for Exide cleanup delays, says cost could reach $650 million
Auditor slams California regulators for Exide cleanup delays, says cost could top $650 million
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Bizarre Kentucky listing turns into online game to find home’s bathtub
Locating a bathtub, a basic fixture, has become the subject of a new online game — all made possible by a tweet that went viral this week.
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NYC airport travelers will face $50 fine for refusing to mask-up
Travelers passing through New York City airports and other Port Authority transit facilities will now face a $50 fine if they refuse to wear a mask, the agency said Tuesday. The new fine goes into effect on Monday, Nov. 2 and applies to all Port airport terminals, the PATH train and the Midtown and George...
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Khabib Nurmagomedov returns to Dagestan, explains retirement: 'What else is there to do?'
UFC champ Khabib Nurmagomedov returned home to Dagestan and spoke to reporters for the first time since retiring in the octagon at UFC 254.        Related StoriesAnalysis: Has Conor McGregor or Dustin Poirier improved more since first fight at UFC 178?Spinning Back Clique: On Khabib's retirement, legacy and ramifications to followDouglas Lima thinks power will carry over into middleweight title fight at Bellator 250 
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Selena Gomez says she's never voted before the 2020 election: 'Every vote counts'
Selena Gomez voted in the 2020 presidential election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, her first time voting
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10 Shows for ‘Grand Army’ Fans to Watch Next on Netflix
Already binged Grand Army Season 1? We've got you covered.
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Watch Live: Donald Trump Hosts a Campaign Rally in West Salem, Wisconsin
The rally is scheduled for 5:45 p.m. EST.
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Bloody Halloween display keeps bringing cops to artist’s home
He painted the town red this year -- with fake blood, that is, and lots of it.
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See the moment an off-duty cop tackles a Queens shooter
New video shows the moment an off-duty NYPD officer springs into action to tackle an accused shooter — heroics that earned the cop a nod from Commissioner Dermot Shea Tuesday. “The moment after a man shot & killed a deli worker, off-duty NYPD Officer Maharaj, with out regard for his own safety, tackled the shooter,...
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Eli Apple release adds to nightmare week for ex-Giants
It’s been a bad year for ex-Giants, too. After the Giants lost in a heartbreaker to the Eagles last Thursday, the misfortune carried over to former New York players last week as well. Ex-Giants stars Odell Beckham Jr. and Landon Collins both suffered season-ending injuries on Sunday, with the pair tearing their ACL and Achilles’...
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NHL draft pick Mitchell Miller under fire for bullying black, disabled classmate
The Arizona Coyotes and their top pick in the 2020 NHL Draft, Mitchell Miller, find themselves under scrutiny after the 18-year-old defenseman was found to have bullied an African-American classmate with developmental disabilities four years ago.
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