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Corea del Sur alerta de que el último rebrote de Seúl está cerca de estallar a nivel nacional

El Centro para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades de Corea del Sur (KCDC, según sus siglas en inglés) ha informado este jueves del registro de 288 nuevos positivos, 276 de ellos de transmisión local, lo que supone una semana seguida superando la barrera de las tres cifras y las autoridades alertan de que el brote de Seúl está cerca de estallar a nivel nacional, tras alcanzar 16.346 casos acumulados.
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Petri Dishes with Alexandra Petri (Oct. 27)
Humor columnist Alexandra Petri takes your questions on the news and political in(s)anity of the day.
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Full transcript of "Face the Nation" on October 25, 2020
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, Robert O'Brien and Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb sat down with Margaret Brennan
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Fauci Says U.S. Not 'Turning The Corner' in COVID Crisis as Trump Claimed at Debate
The infectious disease expert has clashed with the president on several occasions as COVID-19 has spread across the U.S., over details regarding the crisis and how to handle it.
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Kanye West Says 'Abortion Culture' Is How 1,000 Black Children Are Aborted a Day: 'We Are in Genocide’
Kanye West has put pro-life issues at the center of his 2020 presidential campaign. So it was no surprise when the fashion mogul and Grammy-winner said during an interview with Joe Rogan that black Americans are “in genocide” because of an “abortion culture” in America in which 1,000 black babies are aborted each day.
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Barrett will complicate John Roberts' goal of keeping the Supreme Court out of politics
The court hovers on the brink of an historic transformation on social dilemmas such as abortion rights, LGBTQ protections and the place of religion in public life
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19 mujeres alegan abuso médico en centro de detención de inmigrantes en Georgia
Los registros y un informe obtenido por The Times detallan las acusaciones de abuso médico generalizado y esterilización forzada contra mujeres detenidas en un centro de detención de inmigrantes en Georgia. El informe fue presentado el jueves al Congreso.
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Will Texas Flip Blue? Biden Leads Trump by 3 Percentage Points in Latest Poll
The poll marks a significant improvement for the former vice president, as he previously trailed Trump by 2 percentage points in September.
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'Go Back to Your House,' Antifa Activists Shouts at Portland 'F-ing Gentrifier'
A group of Antifa activists protesting outside a Portland, Oregon, ICE facility restrained a woman and called her an "f-ing gentrifier" before telling to go back to her home next door. The senior citizen confronted the protesters after becoming fed up with the ongoing protests in front of her home.
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‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’s’ “Chuckles Bites the Dust” Is Still the Best of the Best 45 Years Later
A little song, a little dance, a little seltzer down your pants
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Striking Photos of the Tourism Industry During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered life around the globe, and nowhere is the change as obvious as the emptied-out beaches, museums, and historical sites where tourists throng and local economies make their money.
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Brad Pitt lends voice to Biden campaign ad that aired during World Series
Pitt lent his voice to an ad that aired during the World Series
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Iggy Azalea shares first photos of her baby boy, Onyx, reveals she's raising her son 'alone'
Rapper Iggy Azalea gave fans their first look at her baby boy, Onyx, and says she's raising him alone. She revealed in June that she'd welcomed a son.        
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Ice Cube defends partnership with Trump to invest in black communities
Hip-hop heavyweight Ice Cube pushed back Sunday defending allying with President Trump to develop a plan to invest in black communities -- saying he presented his ideas to both campaigns, and Trump's was the one that sat down with him.
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AOC claims young voters will choose Biden because they can influence him more easily
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said that young Americans will vote for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, not because they think he is “their favorite person” but because they believe they can more easily sway him to act on behalf of their interests.
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O'Brien assures Americans "their vote is secret" amid interference fears
The commitment from O'Brien comes after federal law enforcement warned this week of efforts by Iran and Russia to interfere in the election.
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Pack the court? Battles between Republicans and Democrats fuel clash over Supreme Court's future
The Constitution does not set the number of justices. Created in 1789 with six, the court has veered from five to 10, settling at nine 150 years ago.        
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Says Biden's Mixed Messaging on Fracking 'Does Not Bother Me'
"I think young people right now have a very activist, disciplined mindset and they are not here with the intent of voting for their favorite person," Ocasio-Cortez said Sunday on CNN.
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Buccaneers’ Antonio Brown signing is all about Tom Brady
Tom Brady is calling the shots in Tampa Bay. The Buccaneers’ signal-caller was reportedly a driving force in the team’s controversial decision to sign All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown, according to CBS Sports. “There is one reason he’s there: Tom Brady,” a source told NFL insider Jason La Canfora. The signing is a stark about-face from...
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Pence should quarantine after coronavirus exposure. He’s going to keep campaigning instead.
Vice President Mike Pence at a campaign rally in Waterford, Michigan, on October 22. | Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images A new White House case cluster once again throws Trump’s failures into stark relief. On Saturday evening, news broke of yet another coronavirus case cluster at the White House — this one involving aides to Vice President Mike Pence. Pence himself was exposed, but he doesn’t plan to let the outbreak get in the way of his campaigning. According to Maggie Haberman of the New York Times, at least five people in Pence’s orbit have tested positive for the virus, including chief of staff Marc Short, outside adviser Marty Obst, and three as of yet unidentified White House staffers who work with the vice president. News of this latest group of cases — which is not the first to affect Pence’s inner circle — comes just four weeks after the development of a White House cluster that included more than 30 confirmed cases, including President Donald Trump. Haberman reported that White House officials tried to sweep the latest batch of positive tests under the rug: The statement [confirming the positive tests] did not come from the White House medical unit, but instead from a press aide. Two people briefed on the matter said that the White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, had sought to keep news of the outbreak from becoming public. Pence spokesman Devin O’Malley told Haberman that while Pence was indeed in close contact with Short (and therefore, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, should quarantine for 14 days), he’s not planning to do so because he tested negative and is considered “essential personnel.” Pence is still planning to forge ahead with campaign rallies in Kinston, North Carolina, on Sunday, and Hibbing, Minnesota, on Monday. During a CNN interview Sunday morning, Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows struggled to defend the decision to keep Pence on the campaign trail despite his coronavirus exposure, and made a stunning admission — that the Trump administration has given up trying to contain the pandemic and has resorted to hoping for new treatments while counting on a successful vaccine being available soon. “We’re not going to control the pandemic,” Meadows said, adding later: “What we need to do is make sure we have the proper mitigation factors ... to make sure people don’t die from this.” MEADOWS: We're not going to control the pandemicTAPPER: Why not?M: Because it's a contagious virusT: Why not make efforts to contain it?M: What we need to do is make sure we have the proper mitigation factors to make sure people don't die pic.twitter.com/0DYgk4rB3T— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 25, 2020 The sad irony of this situation is that Pence is chair of the White House coronavirus task force, yet his behavior has been a model of what not to do to protect yourself from the coronavirus. Pence has steadfastly refused to wear a mask in public throughout the pandemic, even at hospitals. He’s gone on Fox News and paid lip service to CDC guidelines by saying things like “it’s always a good idea to wear a mask,” yet he has not done so at packed campaign events where people visibly aren’t social distancing or wearing masks. Here’s Mike Pence saying “it’s always a good idea to wear a mask” on Fox News in front of a mask-less crowd that isn’t even distancing pic.twitter.com/xJ6I22Oxmu— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 17, 2020 Pence has also put himself — and those around him — in danger by initiating physical contact and making a mockery of social distancing guidelines during mask-less events. Pence is fist-bumping random people while working a rope line during a pandemic pic.twitter.com/WBAV5diSm7— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) August 27, 2020 And this behavior has resulted in several exposures beyond his contact with Short. At the Rose Garden event at the White House to introduce Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett, which has been linked with numerous coronavirus cases, a maskless Pence sat directly in front of Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), who later tested positive for the coronavirus, and close to first lady Melania Trump and former White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, both of whom also tested positive. The finger is pointing at Mike Pence who should be in quarantine for 14 days since last exposure. We can add Chris Christie and White House staffers to the list of people who are now positive & within the air space of Mike PenceHe's being irresponsible & endangering others pic.twitter.com/AWsvivalEL— ☇RiotWomenn☇ (@riotwomennn) October 4, 2020 That wasn’t even Pence’s only possible exposure to the coronavirus on that day. Before the Rose Garden event, Pence spent time at a packed prayer march with Pastor Greg Laurie, who tested positive for the coronavirus as well. A few hours before the Amy Coney Barrett event, Mike Pence spoke at this jam-packed "prayer march" full of thousands of people who weren't wearing masks.(h/t to @Olivianuzzi) pic.twitter.com/F9XWmTatFq— Renato Mariotti (@renato_mariotti) October 3, 2020 In his capacity as head of the task force, Pence has consistently misled the public about the state of the pandemic, insisting the administration has done a great job and that the end of the pandemic is right around the corner. Some people may have bought that in April and May, but it’s become a harder sell as new daily case numbers hit records in recent days and hospitalizations have increased by more than 33 percent over the last month. Not only is the White House failing to protect the public, it’s failing to protect itself News of the coronavirus cluster around Pence comes during a weekend when the US set records for the most new single-day coronavirus cases — around 83,000 on both Friday and Saturday. But you wouldn’t know this from listening to Pence or Trump, both of whom have made brazen lies about the state of the pandemic a staple of their stump speeches. "It is going away" -- Trump on the coronavirus as the US sets single-day records for new infections and hospitalizations continue to rise pic.twitter.com/jpcqNhyhBn— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 24, 2020 Pence’s decision to keep campaigning despite his coronavirus exposure doesn’t just put his inner circle at risk — his rallies are also public health hazards. USA Today reported on Friday that a number of places where Trump held rallies in recent weeks have subsequently experienced a spike in coronavirus cases. The president has participated in nearly three dozen rallies since mid-August, all but two at airport hangars. A USA TODAY analysis shows COVID-19 cases grew at a faster rate than before after at least five of those rallies in the following counties: Blue Earth, Minnesota; Lackawanna, Pennsylvania; Marathon, Wisconsin; Dauphin, Pennsylvania; and Beltrami, Minnesota. Together, those counties saw 1,500 more new cases in the two weeks following Trump’s rallies than the two weeks before – 9,647 cases, up from 8,069. This means that not only is the White House not protecting the American public from a pandemic that has now killed more than 220,000 Americans, but it’s actively making things worse. And by failing to protect top officials like Trump and Pence, the Trump administration is demonstrating that it can’t even protect itself. Will you help keep Vox free for all? The United States is in the middle of one of the most consequential presidential elections of our lifetimes. 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On GPS: Gearing up for the 2020 election
Fareed convenes an all-star panel to discuss how President Trump's political future will affect America and the world.
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On GPS: "10,000 elections in one day"
ProPublica's Jessica Huseman and Fareed break down what voting issues to watch out for as one of America's most unusual Presidential elections ever looms.
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Black passenger arrested in viral TikTok after not showing ID had active warrants, police say
A viral TikTok showing a Black man being aggressively pulled out of the passenger seat after refusing to show his ID forced police in Maryland to respond Saturday, arguing the man had warrants out for his arrest, and after he repeatedly refused to step out of the vehicle on his own, officers took necessary action.
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Penn State football's next step: Why the 2020 season is suddenly so questionable
The Nittany Lions opened the Big Ten with a stunning loss to Indiana, now the season only ratchets up in difficulty with Ohio State coming to town.        
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Bellator signs Titan FC heavyweight champion Said Sowma, undefeated welterweight Roman Faraldo
Two more prospects have inked multifight deals with Bellator MMA.        Related StoriesBellator signs Titan FC heavyweight champion Said Sowma, undefeated welterweight Roman Faraldo - EnclosureBellator 250: Make your predictions for Douglas Lima vs. Gegard MousasiMichael Chandler pitches lightweight title tournament after Khabib's retirement 
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Chris Christie: 'No Question' Trump Is Worried He Is Losing
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said on ABC’s "This Week" that there is "no question" President Donald Trump is worried about losing in November.
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'Out-of-State Billionaires' Funding Ranked-Choice Voting Campaign in Alaska
Fundraising reports reveal that pro-ranked choice voting group Yes on 2 for Better Elections is funded primarily by "out-of-state billionaires."
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Archbishop Wilton Gregory appointed America's 1st African American cardinal
Gregory was ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1973.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez discusses where she disagrees with Biden
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks with CNN's Jake Tapper about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's position that he would not ban fracking in the United States if he were elected.
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On GPS: President Trump's re-election chances
Top New York Times polling expert Nate Cohn joins Fareed to lay out what the polls say about the 2020 Presidential contest 9 days before election day.
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In Final Stretch, Trump and Biden Court Voters in Critical States
President Trump is traveling, and Joe Biden will speak virtually. The Senate will meet to advance Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation. Here’s the latest.
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'SNL' mocks Rudy Giuliani 'Borat' mishap while spoofing final 2020 presidential debate
Maya Rudolph, Jim Carrey and Alec Baldwin returned as "Saturday Night Live" spoofed the last debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump.       
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5 close to Pence test positive for coronavirus, VP to maintain campaign schedule, office says
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Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson says "hospital space is tight" as coronavirus surges
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson says the state is making preparations for an prolonged increase in cases.
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The Dodgers aren't desperate (yet). That may bode well for Clayton Kershaw in World Series Game 5
After a rough loss Saturday, the Dodgers turn to three-time Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw in Game 5.       
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Gottlieb warns of "dangerous tipping point" as virus spread accelerates
The former FDA commissioner says the U.S. is "entering what is going to be the steep slope of the curve, the epidemic curve.
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Patriots seeking weapon for Cam Newton before NFL trade deadline
The Patriots know they’ll need to give Cam Newton a weapon to work with in order to stay competitive this season. And that’s why New England is in the market for a pass catcher, CBS Sports reported Sunday. It’s been just over a year since the Pats dealt a second-round pick in the 2020 NFL...
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Las Vegas Raiders: Live stream, how to watch, odds, time
Tom Brady and the Buccaneers head to Las Vegas as Jon Gruden leads the Raiders against the franchise he led to its only Super Bowl victory.        
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Oreo builds asteroid-proof bunker above permafrost line, fills it with cookies and powdered milk
The threat of asteroids striking the Earth and causing a global catastrophe has inspired some groups to build bunkers to not only protect survivors but also to ensure the safety of certain plants and animals.
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Despite the Trump administration's new policy, many pharmacies still won't vaccinate children against flu
As a dark winter approaches with "twindemics" of Covid-19 and the flu, an effort by the Trump administration to increase the number of children receiving flu shots is not working, according to a CNN investigation.
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Under Trump, America Became a Net Exporter of Natural Gas and Crude Oil for the First Time in More than Fifty Years
So much of America’s energy boom during Trump’s tenure can be attributed to his stated strategy of “energy dominance.” The White House’s Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) 2020 report found that in 2017 the United States became a net exporter of natural gas. It was a feat not seen since 1958. The United States became a net exporter of crude oil and petroleum products and will likely remain a net exporter for all of 2020 for the first time since 1949.
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Donald Trump and Mike Pence both campaign Sunday, despite coronavirus cases among vice president's staff
Pence aides have tested positive for the virus, but he is not subject to quarantine because he is an "essential" government official, aides said.        
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Whitmer: Trump Seeks to Undermine America's Foundational Principles
Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) said on this week's broadcast of "Fox News Sunday" that President Donald Trump sought "to undermine the foundational principles of this country."
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Brett Phillips etches his name into World Series folklore after wild Rays win: 'It's special'
Brett Phillips delivered the biggest hit of his career and the biggest hit in the Tampa Bay Rays’ history as a franchise in Major League Baseball when his two-run single won the game in Game 4 over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the bottom of the ninth inning on Saturday night.
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Victor Davis Hanson: COVID has radically disrupted American habits and behavior. What's next for us?
We still do not know the full consequences of radical changes in American life, caused by the coronavirus.
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Kansas City mayor says "huge political pushback" hampering efforts to fight virus
Quentin Lucas, the mayor of Kansas City, Missouri, says that the politicization of mitigation measures "undercuts" the city's efforts to get the virus under control.
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Harris responds to Meadows: White House is admitting defeat
Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris responds to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows saying in an interview with CNN that the US is "not going to control" the coronavirus pandemic, as cases surge across the country.
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National security adviser assures Americans "their vote is secret" amid interference fears
National security adviser Robert O'Brien urged Americans to "get out and vote, that's how we defeat our foreign adversaries."
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NFL live updates: Games are all a go, including the first snow game of the season
Follow along for live updates and news from NFL Week 7 during its Sunday afternoon slate of games.
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