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The Supreme Court’s Conservatives Sure Are Pushing Some Crazy Legal Theories Lately
And they all lead to the mass disqualification of mail ballots.
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Some local leaders urge Democrats to focus on infrequent Black voters
Some local leaders say Democrats may be focusing too much on White working class voters who backed Trump and not enough on voters who didn't turn out at all.
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Celebrities' Politics Factored in Trump Administration's PSA Plans
When vetting celebrities for a new $250 million coronavirus public service announcement campaign, the Trump administration weighed past political statements and whether any negative comments had been publicly made about President Donald Trump, new documents obtained by Democratic House leaders show.
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Long Island country club fined $17,000 for wedding where 30 people got COVID-19
Suffolk County Executive Steven Bellone announced Wednesday that the North Fork Country Club would be fined $17,000 for hosting a wedding on Oct. 17.
G.D.P., Florida, Octopus: Your Thursday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Chris Harrison: Why ‘The Bachelorette’ waited to address Tayshia Adams
Chris Harrison compared this season of "The Bachelorette" with a scary movie.
Ballot initiatives on abortion, drugs, gig economy jobs and more
Washington Post political reporter Dave Weigel spoke to "Red and Blue" host Elaine Quijano about some of the initiatives on state ballots this year, including potential new rules for gig economy workers, legalizing marijuana and psychedelic drugs, and removing clauses about slavery and indentured servitude from state constitutions.
Coronavirus surrender in chief Donald Trump has lost the right to be reelected
Our View: Trump administration is 'not going to control the pandemic,' sentencing America to a hellish winter of more deaths and economic suffering.
Billy Joe Shaver, singer-songwriter who inspired outlaw country, dies at 81
His songs reflected a hardscrabble and sometimes violent life.
Sitcom king Chuck Lorre strikes again with ‘B Positive’
It's almost a given by now that any Chuck Lorre sitcom will be cleverly cast and sharply written. "B Positive" meets all the criteria.
Campaigns try to court Black voters in Midwest battleground states
CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joins "Red and Blue" to discuss her latest piece in our series "America's Right to Vote," looking at how the Trump and Biden campaigns are courting eligible Black voters in battleground states like Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
Supreme Court referees spate of election battles
Since April, the justices have responded to at least a dozen disputes over efforts to ease voting rules in states from coast-to-coast amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Biden, Trump offer starkly different approaches to job creation
CNN's Cristina Alesci reports.
Report: Whistleblower to Meet with FBI Again over Biden Corruption Scandal
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents will again interview Tony Bobulinski regarding his involvement in Hunter Biden's business dealings, Bobulinski told Sinclair Broadcast Group reporter James Rosen as part of a Thursday report.
This stovetop espresso maker has thousands of 5-star reviews on Amazon
If you have been investing in high-quality coffee grounds but are still using that cheap brewer you bought in college, then it is time to upgrade your morning beverage routine. While you may think good beans + water = good coffee, the brewer you use has a major effect on the quality of your cuppa....
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘That Animal Rescue Show’ On CBS All Access, A Richard Linklater-Produced Docuseries
Linklater, along with Bill Guttentag and Phil and Jay McGraw, produce this docuseries about people in Austin who have dedicated their lives to animals in need.
Roku's new Ultra is the best one yet—but is it the best streamer for you?
The Roku Ultra (2020) is back with a few new features and better software. But is it enough to keep its spot as the best streaming device around?
Report: DOJ Official Confirms FBI Investigating Hunter Biden for Money Laundering
A DOJ official has confirmed the FBI opened a criminal investigation into Hunter Biden and his associates in 2019, according to a report.
Biden campaign dodges questions about Bobulinski meeting claims, dismisses ‘smear campaign’
The Biden campaign on Thursday again refused to address new allegations about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s alleged role in his son’s business dealings, dismissing the claims as a “smear campaign.”
Opinion: MLB has changed since Tony La Russa left the dugout. At 76, can White Sox manager meet it halfway?
The White Sox hired Tony La Russa, who has not managed since 2011, as the team's new manager – a move that many have criticized.
Nursing home exec: First U.S. COVID outbreak impacted by federal investigation
As the first known U.S. outbreak of COVID-19 wreacked havoc on a nursing home in Kirkland, Washington, the executive in charge of the facility says efforts to care for residents were slowed by a federal investigation. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday.
The 1980s-era Abrams tank lives on with new weapons
It may have the same basic external configuration, weight and 120mm cannon, but today’s Abrams tank is, simply put, far more lethal than ever before due to the addition of sensors, ammunition, armor, EW (Electronic Warfare) and new weapons.
Connecticut’s COVID-19 positivity rate soars to 6.1% overnight
Out of 21,739 COVID-19 tests performed, 1,319 were positive -- and the number “may be a harbinger of things to come," Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont warned.
Mnuchin says he was personally involved in securing nearly $4 million for 9/11 first responders health program
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said Thursday he was "personally engaged" in the move to refund nearly $4 million previously withheld from the health care program assisting September 11 first responders who suffer lasting health effects from the attack and ensuing cleanup efforts.
'Criminal and Cruel': AOC Says 'Republicans Fled Senate' Leaving Americans 'Desperate' for Stimulus
"The whole country is desperate for a second stimulus, but Republicans fled the Senate the moment they got their anti-everybody justice confirmed," Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said.
Fresno State vs. Colorado State prediction, line: Bulldogs the pick
Howie Kussoy picks his winner for the Thursday night matchup between Fresno State and Colorado State (10 p.m., CBS Sports Network.) Home team in CAPS. FRESNO STATE (+1.5) over Colorado State The Bulldogs didn’t inspire much confidence while losing their season-opener to Hawaii at home, but the Rams, returning from a 4-8 season, aren’t a...
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Here are the top stories for Thursday, Oct. 29: Police on scene after deadly knife attack in Nice; Pelosi confident of Biden win in election; Philly police search van with 'low-grade explosives.'
Opinion: As teams deal with cancellations, the frustration is obvious and understandable
The desire to play as many games as possible has been met with shrugged shoulders and even conflated with ignorance in the face of COVID-19.
Retired Minnesota police officers asked to be Trump poll watchers in 'rough neighborhoods'
A volunteer attorney for the Trump 2020 campaign is seeking retired officers to work as poll challengers in Minnesota.
Firefighter appears to have been 'burned over' by El Dorado fire, Forest Service says
Hotshot squad boss Charles Morton died Sept. 17 while battling the blaze in San Bernardino County, according to an incident report filed by the U.S. Forest Service.
Trump Can’t Win the Vote
Will he retake the presidency anyway?
Married couple has dueling ‘his and hers’ yard signs for 2020 presidential election
They hope their story will show others that it's possible to rise above partisan politics.
Breonna Taylor grand jurors: 'Uproar' when we realized officers wouldn't be charged
Two grand jurors who heard the Kentucky Attorney General's Office presentation of the Breonna Taylor case say prosecutors were dismissive of their questions and that there was an "uproar" when jurors realized Louisville police officers wouldn't be charged with Taylor's death.
Richard Sherman blasts Cowboys' O-line for not protecting QB Andy Dalton after cheap shot vs. Washington
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman hasn’t played a game since Week 1, so he’s had time to sit back and digest the 2020 NFL season unfold over the last couple of weeks.
Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder on being a 'proud Republican' who voted for Biden
Snyder served eight years as governor and was replaced by Democrat Gretchen Whitmer in 2019.
Victim of horrific France knife attack ID’d as beloved church caretaker
One of the three people slain in a suspected terror attack at a Catholic church in Nice, France, was identified as a father and beloved caretaker of the church, reports said Thursday. Members of the Nice community remembered Vincent Loques, 54, who was in the Notre Dame basilica as it was stormed by a suspected...
Border wall construction nears 400 miles as DHS declares border ‘more secure’ than any time in US history
The Trump administration on Thursday touted its success on the border wall as construction approaches 400 miles -- fulfilling a central, if controversial, goal for President Trump’s first term in office.
Cruise line cancels November trips after resuming voyages
Some travelers’ plans are sailing off into the sunset without them.
Trump & Biden hold dueling events in Tampa in battleground Florida
CNN's Ryan Nobles reports.
Mike Tyson feels ‘magnificent’ ahead of Roy Jones Jr. exhibition
Mike Tyson was the youngest heavyweight champion in boxing history. Roy Jones Jr. was the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world, winning titles in four different weight classes. The Nov. 28 eight-round exhibition bout between them will bring two of boxing’s biggest stars of the past 40 years into the ring together for the first...
Andre Fili marvels at training with grappling ace Garry Tonon for UFC on ESPN+ 39
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Meet the Black creators changing the horror game
This Halloween season, scary viewing looks more diverse than ever. Get to know "Lovecraft Country" screenwriter Ihuoma Ofordire and Jay Ellis, whose Black Bar Mitzvah production company is releasing "Black Box."
USC is going Hollywood to help its athletes promote their brand
College athletes will soon be able to capitalize on their name, image and likeness. In an attempt to get a jump on the competition, USC has created an in-house studio.
What happens if there is a tie in the Electoral College vote?
With the 2020 presidential election less than a week away, many are speculating about what would happen if there is a tie in the Electoral College vote. Although unlikely, a potential tie is not entirely impossible and does have historical precedent.
California governor votes, praises early balloting
California Governor Gavin Newsom voted early on Thursday in Sacramento. The Democratic governor said he is "very enthusiastic about the total number of ballots that have been returned and about the eagerness" people have to vote. (Oct. 29)
Galaxy fire coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto
Galaxy fires coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto
Only small shortage of poll workers in Wisconsin
Wisconsin's top elections official says no more than 400 National Guard troops will be needed at the polls next week as coronavirus cases surge. Meagan Wolfe said Thursday that she expects there will be few gaps to fill on Election Day. (Oct. 29)
There’s Some Troubling New Data About Slowdowns in Election Mail
At first Pennsylvania looked bad. Now Michigan looks worse.