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Petri Dishes with Alexandra Petri (Nov. 3)
Humor columnist Alexandra Petri takes your questions and comments on the news and political in(s)anity of the day.
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Kim Kardashian shares photos from 40th birthday trip
Kim Kardashian has plenty to be thankful for following a memorable 40th birthday celebration.
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AG claims Gov. Cuomo not violating law by delaying data on nursing home deaths
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration is not illegally stonewalling the release of information about nursing home residents who died from the coronavirus, state Attorney General Letitia James' office said.
nypost.com
Send a curated care package to those who can’t make it to your wedding
Despite the challenges of planning a wedding during the current health crisis, for many brides, the show must go on. With shortened guest lists, many friends and relatives now join the festivities remotely via Zoom or video streaming. Finding ways to connect with virtual guests, like sending gift boxes or small mementos that are special...
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'Cyberpunk 2077' Delayed a Third Time After an 'Under-Calculation'
The move comes a month after a report stating that CD Projekt Red is mandating overtime for employees.
newsweek.com
Boston Dynamics robot dog sniffs out radiation in Ukraine’s Chernobyl
Boston Dynamics four-legged robotic dog known as “Spot” explored on October 22 the area around Chernobyl’s nuclear reactor number four, the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident. Scientists from the University of Bristol brought robotic platforms, including Spot, to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant to test their ability to operate under radiation conditions. According...
nypost.com
COVID-19 risk on planes 'very low' with proper measures, Harvard review says
COVID-19 transmission on planes is "reduced to very low levels," a Harvard report said, due to onboard ventilation systems, mask wearing and frequent cabin cleaning.
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Pennsylvania county pushes for Barrett's recusal from mail-in ballot case
A Pennsylvania county is asking newly sworn-in Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett to recuse herself from a controversial case weighing whether or not to grant an extension for counting mail-in ballots after Election Day. 
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All of Harry Styles’ tattoos and their meanings
From the Green Bay Packers logo to pirate ships, Harry Styles is covered in more than 50 works of body art.
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Conan O'Brien says a burglar hit his talk show set: 'We got robbed Andy!'
Conan O'Brien said that the set for his late night talk show "Conan" was robbed. The host says they made off with laptops and a production slate.       
usatoday.com
Boston Herald endorses Trump, cautions on Biden’s plan for ‘unfeasible spending spree'
The Boston Herald endorsed President Trump for re-election, declaring that America doesn’t need the “unfeasible spending spree in the name of a progressive utopia” that would occur if Democratic nominee Joe Biden won on Election Day. 
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Schumer: We will lose rights with Justice Barrett
Senate's top Democrat on Tuesday said the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court will mean that individual rights will be taken away. (Oct. 27)       
usatoday.com
Police: Cruiser broken into and set on fire
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‘Star Wars: The Mandalorian’ Brings Baby Yoda to Your Door with Mando Mondays
Shop Star Wars: The Mandalorian on Disney's new Mando Mondays platform.
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Biden And Trump Campaigns Stress Closing Themes In New TV Ads
Joe Biden's campaign is casting the election as a decisive moment in the country's future, while President Trump's campaign is attacking Biden on issues including crime and energy.
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Cabbies and office workers: Meet Singapore's ordinary royals
In the modern republic of Singapore, several seemingly ordinary people working in offices or driving taxis can claim to be of royal blood, descendants of a 19th century monarch who ceded control of the Southeast Asian island to the British.
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From a bar owner to a hair stylist, Americans struggle in a pandemic economy
It's mid-afternoon, and Shonda Johnson just wrapped up her third hair appointment of the day. Her phone rings, and it's her 13-year-old son calling from home. He wants to know if he can have some snacks.
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Obama: Trump turned the White House into a 'hot zone'
Former President Barack Obama mocked President Donald Trump's response to the coronavirus pandemic, saying Trump "turned the White House into a hot zone." (Oct. 27)       
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Why the case for Dodgers firing Dave Roberts was never easy to make: Sherman
The Dodgers trailed the Braves three-games-to-one in the NL Championship Series and a friend of Los Angeles manager Dave Roberts called and expressed a belief that without a rally to win the pennant, his chum would get fired. “As logical as (Dodgers president of baseball operations) Andrew (Friedman) is, he isn’t going to be able...
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Harley-Davidson's ebike is here, just don't call it a Harley
Harley-Davidson, an aging brand with falling sales, is starting an ebike company that it hopes could help it connect with a younger audience and grow its business.
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Ice Cube Shares George Carlin Quote About Politicians: 'They Own You'
"Politicians are there to give you the idea that you have freedom of choice. You don't. You have no choice. You have owners. They own you. They own everything," the quote reads.
newsweek.com
Islanders’ Josh Ho-Sang ‘ready to give everything’ after avoiding arbitration
The Islanders and Josh Ho-Sang avoided arbitration Tuesday morning, settling on a one-year, two-way deal worth $750,000 and $225,000 in what appears to be his last chance with the organization. Additionally, forward A.J. Greer agreed to a one-year, two-way contract for $700,000 and $100,000 with $125,000 guaranteed, per his agent Peter Fish. The team also...
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Teens make kits for voters to use at the polls for a safe voting experience
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Hiker injured by 'nail trap' in national forest
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Tablet company says device didn't spark fire
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Remains located during search for missing teen
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Hundreds of homes impacted by severe flooding
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Everything you need to know about Walmart+
What is Walmart+ and is it something that you need? Is it at all like Amazon Prime? We break it down.       
usatoday.com
The absolutely bonkers threat Donald Trump made this week
At a rally in Allentown, Pennsylvania, on Tuesday, President Donald Trump said something incredible -- even by his standards.
edition.cnn.com
Shares in these American automakers are surging. None of them are Tesla
Call it the stealth auto stock rally.
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Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are engaged
Stefani announced their engagement on Instagram.
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Trump supporters face string of attacks in run-up to Election Day: What we know about the suspects
The Trump campaign called out "unprovoked violence" against the president's supporters in recent weeks after a string of attacks ranging from New York City to San Francisco.
foxnews.com
What Was Happening on This Day Four Years Ago
A simpler time.
slate.com
'Pokémon Go' Halloween Cup: Best Options for New Battle Format
Only Poison, Bug, Ghost, Fairy and Dark-type Pokémon can be used.
newsweek.com
Diet drinks linked to same heart issues as sweetened beverages, study says
Artificially sweetened drinks may not be a healthier option after all, with a new study finding risk of heart issues.
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De Blasio waits in long line to vote in Brooklyn, quickly gets heckled
Mayor Bill de Blasio ditched City Hall for Brooklyn in the middle of a workday again on Tuesday — but this time it was to vote. Hizzoner arrived around 1:20 p.m. and waited in line like every other New Yorker outside the Park Slope Armory to cast his ballot in the 2020 election, but had...
nypost.com
Tennessee voters with COVID-19 can now vote in-person at special sites under new guidelines
Tennessee election officials can allow voters with coronavirus to cast ballots at polling locations designated for voters with COVID-19.       
usatoday.com
Republican Female Candidates Are Poised to Make Record Gains This Year. But Donald Trump’s Unpopularity Could Bring Them Down
If the Republican Party could design its ideal female Congressional candidate for a moderate district in a swing state, she would probably look like Lisa Scheller. The 61-year-old chemical manufacturing executive is a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association and the mother of two grown children. Staunchly conservative and relatable, Scheller is able to…
time.com
Student fined $8,500 after Instagram pic proved she broke quarantine
A British college student has agreed to pay just over $8,500 to avoid jail for breaking quarantine rules — after getting caught out in an Instagram pic having dinner out. Carys Ann Ingram, 22, was supposed to have self-isolated at her family’s home in Jersey after contact tracers told her she had been near an...
nypost.com
Several migrants, including children, drown trying to cross English Channel
Fifteen migrants that were also on the overturned boat were rescued, the regional administration for the Nord region said.
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‘The Queen’s Gambit’ newcomer Moses Ingram on working with Denzel Washington
"To get to meet my heroes and have them love me is more than I can ask for."
nypost.com
McEnany: Joe Biden’s comments on oil, fracking will be ‘death knell’ of his campaign
Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden "lost" Pennsylvania in the election after his comments on banning the oil and fracking industry, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said on Tuesday.
foxnews.com
Supreme Court won't extend Wisconsin's mail-in ballot deadline
In a 5-3 ruling, the Supreme Court's conservative majority sided with Republicans in blocking a request to extend Wisconsin's mail-in ballot deadline. CBS News campaign reporter Cara Korte joined CBSN with the details.
cbsnews.com
Here's what motivates Asian American voters, the fastest growing electorate in the country
Asian Americans are the fastest growing electorate in the country. USA TODAY's States of America discusses what motivates them in elections.        
usatoday.com
Real lives hang in the balance as Washington gambles with the economy
The fragile economic recovery is losing steam. The pandemic is getting worse again. The risk of post-election chaos has never been higher.
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Widespread Protests, Arrests in Philadelphia Following Fatal Police Shooting of Black Man
The Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) has launched an internal investigation after the fatal police shooting of a Black man, which lead to widespread protesting throughout the night in the city. Dozens of protesters were arrested, and up to 30 officers were injured amid the unrest. 27-year-old Walter Wallace Jr. was fatally shot by two PPD…
time.com
Washington football notes: Five early season lessons we’ve learned
After seven games, the most important lesson is that this team doesn't know who its franchise quarterback is, although cornerstone defenders have emerged
washingtonpost.com
Michigan Doctors Say Trump's Lansing Rally Will 'Only Make Things Worse' as COVID Cases Rise
Like many states in the U.S., Michigan recently hit a daily record of coronavirus cases, recording 1,747 new cases on October 19. Tuesday marks the 14th day in the row in which daily cases have been above 1,200.
newsweek.com