Acosado por un nuevo escándalo, Justin Trudeau refuerza su poder en Canadá

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Joe Judge cracks joke about return to hometown Philadelphia
Joe Judge as an assistant and special teams coordinator with the Patriots coached games back in his hometown of Philadelphia. Thursday night is a first for Judge, though. He takes the Giants into Lincoln Financial Field as a head coach, and that is something different. Or is it? “I’ll probably wear a helmet because my...
SCOTUS nixes motion against Pennsylvania mail ballot extension
The court split 4-4, with Chief Justice John Roberts taking liberals' side.
Jason Derulo spends over $100G on drinks after single tops Billboard charts
The 31-year-old singer and actor’s record, a remix featuring BTS and New Zealand singer Jawsh 685, recently hit No. 1 on the Billboard charts.
Dodgers fans make themselves at home in Globe Life Field
If Game 7 of the NLCS was any indication, the World Series will have a frenetic environment of its own kind, a setting as unique as this reimagined season.
What’s Really Going on With Hunter Biden’s Hard Drive? Here’s Everything We Know.
How to make sense of the weirdest, weakest October surprise ever.
6 Russian Military Officers Charged in Vast Hacking Campaign
The indictment accuses the six of a string of global cyberattacks that targeted a French presidential election, the Winter Olympics in South Korea and American businesses
Jeff Bridges reveals Lymphoma diagnosis
"The Big Lebowski" star said that "the prognosis is good."
Former Astros GM Jeff Luhnow on sign-stealing punishment: MLB's goal was to 'calm the panic'
In first sit-down interview since being fired, former Astros GM Jeff Luhnow says he was unfairly targeted as other MLB teams wanted "big punishments."
Cowboys lose four-time All-Pro offensive guard Zack Martin in latest injury hit to offense
A Cowboys offensive line that already had lost bookend starters in the early season took another significant hit Monday with Zack Martin's injury.
Supreme Court Allows Extra Time For Pennsylvania’s Mail-In Ballots
The Supreme Court will allow Pennsylvania to count mailed-in ballots received up to three days after the Nov. 3 election
Man hangs off ledge of Trump Tower for 13 hours
Greta Thunberg Defies China, Demands Release of Imprisoned Hong Kong Refugees
Swedish climate activist Great Thunberg on Saturday joined an online campaign demanding the release of 12 Hong Kong pro-democracy activists detained in China.
Elizabeth Hurley snuggles up in window sill as she takes a break from filming: ‘Cold weather is coming’
Hurley, 55, is filming a new movie titled "The Piper."
Robert Redford's son, James Redford, dead at 58
The documentarian died of bile-duct cancer in his liver on Friday after a battle with liver disease and several transplants.
Tennessee court rules first-time registered voters don't need to vote in person
The United States Six Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday that first-time Tennessee voters don't need to cast a ballot in person on Election Day and should be given access to absentee options.
NASCAR reinstates driver Kyle Larson after he was suspended for saying a racial slur
Six months after NASCAR suspended driver Kyle Larson for using a racial slur, organization officials are welcoming him back.
Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Zion National Park
An experienced hiker from California was stranded in Utah's Zion National Park for nearly two weeks before she was rescued over the weekend. Carter Evans has her story.
‘Mighty Ducks’ star Brock Pierce angling for presidential debate with Kanye West
Pierce and West are both running for president this year.
Body found Monday after discovery of Saturday crash, police say
Vehicle apparently ran off Suitland Parkway, went into creek, Park Police say.
Reese’s creates remote-controlled door to safely distribute candy to trick-or-treaters
Want candy, and to be creeped out? Reese’s has just the thing.
Anthony Weiner admits his political aspirations have shriveled
The disgraced ex-congressman guaranteed in an interview on Monday that his comeback won’t extend to politics.
Titans' Mike Vrabel uses loophole to save time, eventually defeat Texans
During the Tennessee Titans’ game against the Houston Texans in Week 6, head coach Mike Vrabel made a bold decision that ultimately gave his side a huge advantage in their 42-36 win over Houston.
Exxon on hypothetical Trump call: "It never happened"
The statement came after Mr. Trump said "I'll use a company," and then suggested that he could call the "head of Exxon" and ask for campaign donations in exchange for a "couple of permits."
50 Cent urges followers to ‘vote for Trump’ over Biden tax plan
The 45-year-old rapper on Monday urged his social media followers to "VOTE For TRUMP" after seeing figures related to Joe Biden's tax plan.
Poll worker fired for turning away voters with Black Lives Matter shirts
A Memphis poll worker was fired after turning away early voters who had been wearing “Black Lives Matter” and “I Can’t Breathe” shirts. Tennessee law prohibits voters wearing apparel with the name of a candidate or political party. Clothes with statements on them, however, are permitted. Shelby County Election Commission spokeswoman Suzanne Thompson said the...
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Trump pushes rosy virus message: 'I look fine'
President Donald Trump was again downplaying the severity of the coronavirus on Monday during a rally in Arizona. "The pandemic is rounding the turn. Vaccines are coming. And I look fine, don't I?" Trump said, speaking in Tucson. (Oct. 19)       
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'Dancing With the Stars': John Oliver Supports #TeamChrishell
The "Last Week Tonight" voiced his support of "Selling Sunset" star Chrishell Stause as she competes on "Dancing With the Stars".
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Jeff Bridges says he's been diagnosed with lymphoma
The Oscar-winning actor said he's starting treatment and the "prognosis is good."
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Polish gym declares itself a church to avoid coronavirus restrictions
Isn’t your body supposed to be the temple? A Polish gym has worked out a way to stay open under new coronavirus restrictions — by rebranding as a church. “Because fitness classes aren’t allowed, starting today we’re offering religious gatherings for members of the Church of the Healthy Body,” the Atlantic Sports club in Krakow...
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Kershaw's latest World Series chance with Dodgers near home
Clayton Kershaw has pitched in the final game of the season for the Los Angeles Dodgers six of the last seven years. None of those were followed by lifting the World Series trophy.
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Kelly Oxford's 'Pink Skies Ahead' brings positive mental health depictions to the fore at AFI Fest
'Pink Skies Ahead' director Kelly Oxford and others discuss mental health representation in film and TV as part of AFI Fest panel.        
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Biden has absolutely nothing to add when it comes to fighting COVID-19
During his town hall last week, Joe Biden made a startling admission: “You can’t mandate a mask.” This was puzzling, because he had spent August badgering President Trump to implement a national mask mandate. The confusion is of a piece with the ex-veep’s wider struggle to explain what, exactly, he would have done differently in...
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Pac-12 establishes cancelation, tiebreaker procedures
The Pac-12 has established cancellation and tiebreaker policies for its virus-truncated football season.
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Imminent vaccine could make all of Biden’s COVID promises irrelevant
For all of Joe Biden’s boasts of how much better than President Trump he’d handle the pandemic, it’s starting to look like he won’t have to prove it — thanks to Trump. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar now says access to COVID therapies and even a vaccine could be just weeks away, meaning...
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English women's soccer targets titles, player development
England’s soccer leadership has a couple of priorities for the women’s teams.
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The media ‘cover’ Joe Biden the way a protection racket does
Joe Biden is the most cosseted presidential candidate in memory. He has run a minimalist campaign that has avoided the press as much as possible, while the press hasn’t been braying for more access and answers, but eager to avoid anything that could be discomfiting to the campaign. Never before have the media been so...
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Powerful Alaska earthquake triggered tsunami warning
A 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck off the Alaska Peninsula, triggering a tsunami warning in the region that has since been downgraded to an advisory. CBS Los Angeles has the latest.
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Who gets fans? New dividing line in Champions League
The coronavirus pandemic has brought a new dividing line to the Champions League this season.
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Cuomo’s budget recklessness is already causing pain
Gov. Andrew Cuomo claims he’s trying to forestall economic “damage” by delaying steps to plug the state budget gap, but watchdogs, schools and local governments are right to warn of major pain from his delay itself. And, by the way, that gap (Cuomo says it’s $30 billion over two years) isn’t soon vanishing: Monday, Comptroller...
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UFC on ESPN+ 38 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social media
UFC on ESPN+ 38 winners and losers react on social media outlets such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.       Related StoriesBellator 249 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social mediaGuram Kutateladze ready to step in at UFC 254 vs. Islam MakhachevMatchup roundup: New UFC and Bellator fights announced in the past week (Oct. 12-18) 
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Trump says Sudan will be dropped from state sponsors of terrorism if it pays $335 million to terror victims
President Donald Trump on Monday said Sudan will be lifted from the list of state sponsors of terrorism once it pays $335 million to U.S. terror victims and their families.
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Rays have one more giant-payroll foe to slay
ARLINGTON, Texas — One more giant to slay. The Rays rode the third-lowest (or 28th-highest) payroll in baseball all the way to the World Series. They outlasted the Yankees (No. 1) in the American League Division Series. Then they withstood a crazy comeback from the Astros (No. 4) in the AL Championship Series. In order...
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Anderson Cooper talks about the best part of his job
CNN's Anderson Cooper discusses his favorite thing about being a journalist. Watch "Full Circle" every Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 6pm E.T.
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The left’s favorite way to rebut foes: Silence them
The left is showing its favorite way of rebutting foes: by trying to silence them. And it’s not just The Post stories about Hunter Biden’s revealing e-mails. Twitter locked The Post’s account on Oct. 14, soon after the stories began appearing, and, as of Monday, had yet to unlock it. Facebook similarly moved to hide...
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In California: Today's the deadline to register online to vote; Dodgers head to Series
Plus: California to review COVID-19 vaccines before releasing to the public. And some Bay Area kids are back in school        
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Steve Madden says jail time didn’t earn him any industry clout
"Anybody who thinks that deserves any credit is a schmuck."
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Bills' Stefon Diggs keeps two feet inbounds on impressive TD grab vs. Chiefs
Bills quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs have developed quite the chemistry during their first year together in Buffalo.
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Debate Commission Will Silence Microphones in Final Debate
The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) has adopted a new rule ahead of Thursday's second and final presidential debate and will silence the microphone of the candidate who does not have the floor during the uninterrupted two-minute periods at the start of each segment.
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