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Gabby Petito: Search warrant documents reveal 'odd texts,' tension in days leading up to disappearance
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Family spots wild zebras of Prince George’s, according to dad’s account
Before Sunday success, a Saturday effort had failed, former White House aide says.
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If AUKUS, China and Russia Don’t Take Europe Seriously, Guess Who’s to Blame
Before you listen to Emmanuel Macron’s rants, just ask Lithuania what it thinks about his European “sovereignty.”
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The company betting on a flexible work future
Hong Kong-based co-working space, The Executive Centre, tells Kristie Lu Stout why it believes flexible work solutions will thrive post-pandemic.
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How hotels capitalize on remote work
The hospitality industry has capitalized on remote work initiatives by offering up hotel rooms for the work day. For some, it's turned into big business.
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Greg Gutfeld: Award show implosion is one of the great things of the past decade
Award shows are like a mobster’s trunk - they stink of death. And maybe that’s why the help were wearing masks. Sadly, no mask can block the stench of hypocrisy, privilege, and clueless self-absorption.
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Blame and deflection: Our new national pastime run amok
Our politics now seems once massive and relentless blame game, our fingers growing tired from all the finger-pointing—from Kabul to Covid, the script is much the same.
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George Holliday, who filmed Rodney King video, dies of COVID
George Holliday, the Los Angeles plumber who shot grainy video of four white police officers beating Black motorist Rodney King in 1991, has died of complications of COVID-19, a friend said Monday.
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Bitcoin plummets as global selloff continues over Evergrande
Bitcoin is falling as fears of the Evergrande crisis sweep through global markets.
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Bitcoin plummets as global selloff continues over Evergrande
Bitcoin is falling as fears of the Evergrande crisis sweep through global markets.
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Not Even Ariana Grande Can Save ‘The Voice’
NBCOn Monday night, The Voice welcomed its latest coach and one of the most high-profile artists the singing competition has managed to acquire in its 10-year run, Ariana Grande. Over the course of the two-hour premiere, the “Positions” singer was greeted with as much fanfare and lip service from the contestants and her fellow coaches as one would expect, first stealing the spotlight in a group performance of Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” and remaining the center of her colleagues’ stale comedic banter throughout the show. The pop superstar even received a “thank u, next” button on her rotating chair.Since its inception, the NBC reality-competition program has always put its celebrities front and center, taking cues from American Idol in its later seasons and promoting its star power and coach dynamics above the amateur talent. But the announcement of Grande on The Voice felt slightly more urgent and tactical, particularly since the recent departure of one of the show’s inaugural coaches Adam Levine, who had more mainstream hits and relevancy amongst a younger, more female crowd as compared to artists like Blake Shelton, Jennifer Hudson, John Legend or even Gwen Stefani in the on-and-off years she’s coached. As with the addition of Miley Cyrus in 2016 and Nick Jonas last year, The Voice seems to be making another desperate bid for younger millennials’ and Gen Z’s attention, as the show’s viewership has increasingly skewed older like most network television in the streaming era. But while Grande and her legion of Arianators will most likely make some kind of impact in this department, the charismatic, astute coach still can’t save the show from itself.It becomes clear thirty minutes into Season 21’s premiere that The Voice will always be a protracted celebrity meet-and-greet, first and foremost. While judges for more cutthroat competitions like American Idol and The X Factor have historically been less approachable and more daunting—they purposely hold the position of judges, not coaches after all—The Voice has always presented its stars as the most caring and good-natured people in the industry, suggesting that you actually should meet your heroes and even feel safe enough in their presence to be the most vulnerable version of yourself. During a time when cruelty on reality-competition shows is phasing out, this #positivevibes ethos has worked in the show’s favor and even inspired American Idol to eliminate “bad” auditions.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Pompeo repeats ‘zombie’ claim that Obama gave Iran $150 billion
This is a falsehood that won't die -- and it's especially dismaying the former top U.S. diplomat repeats it on television.
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Pompeo repeats ‘zombie’ claim that Obama gave Iran $150 billion
This is a falsehood that won't die -- and it's especially dismaying the former top U.S. diplomat repeats it on television.
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Headline or trend line? Biden looks to proclaim 'America is back' in UN speech amid credibility questions
Biden will have convince allies the U.S. is committed to returning to its role at the head of the diplomatic table as he remains focused on more domestic priorities.      
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Trudeau's Liberals Win Canada Election, But Missed The Majority In Parliament
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau narrowly won re-election on Monday, but he alienated some voters by calling a snap vote two years ahead of schedule.
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FBI cart away possible evidence from Gabby Petito's fiancé's home as the search for him continues
After many hours spent and many items removed, the FBI's search of the family home of Gabby Petito's fiancé, Brian Laundrie, in Florida ended Monday. But authorities are continuing to look for the man who, according to his family, disappeared a week ago, three days after Petito was reported missing.
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Trudeau and rival speak following Canadian election
Several Canadian news outlets are projecting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal party will form the next government in Canada following a tightly contested general election against conservative rival Erin O'Toole. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
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Trudeau and rival speak following Canadian election
Several Canadian news outlets are projecting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal party will form the next government in Canada following a tightly contested general election against conservative rival Erin O'Toole. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
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Submarine Crisis Is Way Deeper Than French Pride
It is dangerous to write off Paris’ fury over AUKUS as temporary or theatrical. This dispute will reverberate across Europe.
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Greg Abbott: Americans had no idea Biden administration would lead to such border chaos
The Biden administration has been ensnared once again by another crisis at the southern border, this time with thousands of Haitian migrants near Del Rio, Texas. The state’s governor, Greg Abbott appeared on “The Ingraham Angle” to discuss the situation.
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U.S. Allies Still Trust America
After the fall of Kabul last month, many observers of U.S. foreign policy concluded that America had lost interest in its allies, and that its allies had lost faith in America.An important development in Asia, however, serves as a powerful rebuttal of both arguments.The conventional wisdom in August was that Washington was no longer a reliable partner and that allies’ trust had been destroyed by the manner of its withdrawal from Afghanistan. One unnamed former British intelligence officer, for example, opined to a reporter that the chaotic close to the Afghanistan mission marked “the end of an era of Western liberalism & democracy that started with the fall of the Berlin Wall.”Conservatives in particular were quick to write off President Joe Biden. Commentators who had supported the mad non sequitur of George W. Bush’s Iraq War and endorsed the election of the appalling Donald Trump now claimed that Biden’s withdrawal, after the U.S.’s 20-year commitment to Afghanistan, had shattered their confidence in America.[Read: Joe Biden’s new world order]This response was disproportionate and ahistorical. It demonstrated what the Australian strategist Owen Harries called “the parochialism of the present.”And the announcement last week of the Australia-U.K.-U.S. defense pact, or AUKUS—which promises closer military and scientific ties among the three countries and the development of a nuclear-powered Australian submarine fleet—is a reminder of the enduring potency of America’s network of alliances.The U.S. will remain the richest and most powerful country for years to come, the only nation capable of projecting military force anywhere on Earth. Washington can’t get everything it wants, but American power still has no substitute.Most U.S. allies understand this. Take the Australian case: For seven decades, Australia has found the U.S. to be a powerful and reliable ally. The two countries have fought beside each other in every major conflict of the 20th and 21st centuries.Yet there has always been a lively domestic debate about America. Australia’s participation in the Iraq War alongside American forces was unpopular. The unimpressive U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic made Australians worried, and President Trump’s behavior made them heartsick.Still, support for the U.S. alliance has been one of the most consistent results over nearly two decades of polling by the Lowy Institute, which I lead.Australian soldiers fought in Afghanistan for many years, so August was a difficult month. But the American withdrawal didn’t change Canberra’s calculus when it came to signing up for AUKUS.A lot of this has to do with Australia’s relationship with China. In recent years, Canberra has faced increasing pressure from Beijing. This includes trade sanctions imposed to punish Australia for the sin of calling for an independent international investigation into the origins of the coronavirus.[Read: France is mad]In response, Australia has bolstered its domestic resilience, increased its defense spending, and thickened its connections with other regional powers, including India, Japan, and Indonesia.This has not been uniformly welcomed at home: Some have long argued that Australia should do more to accommodate Beijing’s rise. But public opinion toward China has hardened, in tandem with Chinese behavior. A Lowy Institute poll this year found that, for the first time, more Australians see China as a security threat than an economic partner. Trust in China has fallen precipitously, with only 16 percent of Australians saying they trust China “a great deal” or “somewhat” to act responsibly in the world, down from 52 percent three years ago.Now, with AUKUS, Australia is doubling down on its old alliance with the U.S. while also drawing the United Kingdom more deeply into the Indo-Pacific. This is an ambitious step for Australia, a signal that the country intends to shape its external environment and contribute to the regional balance of power. Washington seeks to strengthen Australia’s capabilities, as well as the shared sense of solidarity felt by the three allies. For its part, London will tender the pact as evidence of Britain’s global standing and ambition. With this deal, all three countries are betting on one another’s reliability over the long term.For Australia, the deal offers great opportunities but also carries risks. Nuclear-powered submarines provide immense capability in terms of lethality, speed, range, and stealth. These boats will give Australia significant deterrent power. Yet AUKUS will anger China, which remains Australia’s largest trading partner. Beijing will worry about what it means for the tightening of U.S. alliances in Asia more generally. If Chinese leaders were given to self-reflection, they would realize that this deal was, in fact, made in China.Australia will need to demonstrate that this move is not escalatory, that it contributes to regional stability, and that it accords with Australia’s commitment to the rules-based order, especially the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Canberra must increase its investment in diplomacy as well as defense—and in new relationships as well as old ones. For Australia, the Anglosphere is necessary but not sufficient.The pact has infuriated France, which has lost a prized contract to build conventionally powered submarines for Australia and recalled its ambassadors to the U.S. and Australia in protest. The French contract was a troubled one, but the Australian government ought to have shown more grace in the manner of its withdrawal from it. Washington and Canberra should move to assuage the anger felt in Paris.Washington and Canberra should also move to assuage the anger felt in Paris, which has recalled its ambassadors to the U.S. and Australia in protest. France is an important Indo-Pacific power in its own right, and a key advocate of European involvement in the region.[Read: Europe should drop the act on Afghanistan]AUKUS is a head-snapping development. The sharing of nuclear secrets between sovereign nations is as intimate as international relations gets. It may not be replicated with other U.S. allies for a long time, if ever.But Australia is far from the only Asian power looking to do more with Washington. At the White House this week, Biden will host the first in-person leaders summit of the Quad countries: the U.S., Australia, India, and Japan, the last two of whom seem comfortable with AUKUS. And while some Southeast Asian countries have registered concerns over the new pact, others are supportive.Indeed for most Asian countries, the U.S. remains an invaluable partner. Its formidable forward presence brings balance to the Indo-Pacific. Few want the region to be dominated by an aggressive China. No one wants to live in another’s shadow. Most prefer a balance of forces, with a general acceptance of international norms and the rule of law, along with the long-term presence of America.August was hard and harrowing for the U.S. and its friends. But the world’s judgment of America’s staying power was premature. In September, things are looking brighter.
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Man gropes woman working at Upper East Side ice cream shop
A man walked into an Upper East Side ice cream shop and groped a woman working there early Monday morning, according to police.
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Crooks swipe $385K in designer handbags, clothing from Soho boutique
A trio of crooks stole $385,000 in designer handbags and clothing from a Soho boutique in a brazen overnight heist earlier this month, police said.
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Seth MacFarlane Reveals ‘Family Guy’s’ Fox News-Inspired COVID PSA
ABCSeth MacFarlane has never felt comfortable sharing a network with Fox News. Now the Family Guy creator has channeled some of that anger into a new PSA that he premiered on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night, acknowledging that he felt the need to counter Tucker Carlson’s disinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine.“You’ve been very critical of your own employer because the Fox network also is the parent company of Fox News,” Jimmy Kimmel noted during their interview. “And I guess you’re not a Tucker guy?” “No, you know, that’s why we did this Family Guy PSA about vaccination,” MacFarlane replied. “Because I looked around and I saw everyone else at Fox Corp doing their part to get good science out there and be responsible with their platforms. And looking down the barrel of that kind of peer pressure, I said, gosh, we’ve got to do something too.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Same robbers carry out seven holdups Saturday in NW, D.C. police say
The robberies occurred within three hours early Saturday, according to police.
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He pushed Uber out of China. Then he got too big for Beijing
Cheng Wei built a world-class ride-hailing app that not even Uber could keep up with in China.
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Oregon school worker suspended for showing up in blackface in apparent protest of vaccine mandate
The elementary school employee darkened her face reportedly to protest a vaccine mandate for school employees.
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Family urges others to get vaccinated after bride-to-be dies of covid: ‘Misinformation killed her’
As the wedding date approached, it became clear that Wendell would not be able to make it.
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Sen. Marco Rubio: What we’re seeing at the border is caused by administration’s ‘incompetence’
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, blasted President Biden Monday on “Hannity” for his “incompetence” and “wrong decision-making.”
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Trudeau’s Liberals win Canada election, but miss majority
Canadians gave Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party a victory in Monday's parliamentary elections, but his gamble to win a majority of seats failed and the result was remarkably similar to the election two years ago.
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Pair with trunk 'full of KFC' arrested while trying to enter locked-down Auckland, where restaurants remain shut
Two alleged gang associates found with a car trunk "full of KFC" takeout were arrested as they tried to enter New Zealand's largest city on Sunday in breach of strict coronavirus lockdown rules, according to police.
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Ingraham: Biden 'holding America hostage' as Democrats 'remake' US because they 'despise us'
Laura Ingraham opened "The Ingraham Angle" Monday claiming that President Biden will "hold America hostage" as Democrats try to remake the United States.
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Pelosi admits ‘adjustments’ may be needed to $3.5T Senate spending bill
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) sought to reassure moderate members of her conference late Monday that they would not be asked to pass a spending bill with a higher price tag than any legislation the Senate approves. In a so-called “Dear Colleague” letter, Pelosi told her fellow Democrats that while she hoped the bill that...
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Trudeau's Liberals win Canadian election but don't get majority
Voters leave situation almost exactly as it was in election dominated by divisions over COVID that mirrored U.S. dynamics.
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Jared Goff gets fresh start with Lions, but patience is needed
Lions quarterback Jared Goff's new chapter with Detroit has started rough, but patient will be needed before there are results.
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Seager's three RBIs help Mariners stop A's 5-game win streak
Kyle Seager had a two-run double in the decisive third inning among his three hits and three RBIs, Mitch Haniger added two doubles and the Seattle Mariners beat the Oakland Athletics 4-2 on Monday night.
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What to watch on Tuesday: ‘Our Kind of People’ premieres on Fox
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 | “FBI’ returns on CBS
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Votto power surge leads Reds rally for 9-5 win over Pirates
Joey Votto tied the game with his second homer of the night, Eugenio Suarez followed with a go-ahead shot and the Cincinnati Reds rallied from a five-run deficit for a 9-5 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday.
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Shane Baz wins MLB debut, Rays cut Blue Jays' wild-card lead
Shane Baz pitched two-hit ball for five innings to win his major league debut and the AL East-leading Tampa Bay Rays cut Toronto's lead in the wild-card chase, holding off the Blue Jays 6-4 on Monday night.
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India says it will resume Covid-19 vaccine exports next month
India will resume exports of Covid-19 vaccines in the October quarter, prioritizing the global vaccine-sharing platform COVAX and neighboring countries first as supplies rise, the country's health minister said on Monday.
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India says it will resume Covid-19 vaccine exports next month
India will resume exports of Covid-19 vaccines in the October quarter, prioritizing the global vaccine-sharing platform COVAX and neighboring countries first as supplies rise, the country's health minister said on Monday.
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Utah park ranger warned Gabby Petito her relationship with Brian Laundrie seemed ‘toxic’
A National Parks Service law enforcement ranger who responded to a domestic incident between Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito in Utah last month warned the woman that her relationship with Laundrie seemed “toxic.”
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Tucker Carlson: The military's COVID vaccine mandate amounts to a power grab
Tucker Carlson reveals what the real motivation is behind the Pentagon's COVID vaccine mandate.
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What Trudeau’s win means for Canada-U.S. relations
Biden and Trudeau profess a great friendship, but these nine key issues won’t be solved by smiles.
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Here Are the Biggest Moments From the 2021 TIME100 Broadcast—Highlighting the World’s Most Influential People
The primetime TV event featured Billie Eilish, Simone Biles, Kate Winslet and Britney Spears and more
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Cleaning out the attic, journalist discovers two letters written to him by the Unabomber
As part of a pandemic project suggested by his wife, Jack Epstein began last month going through his papers that were taking up space in their attic.
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Cleaning out the attic, journalist discovers two letters written to him by the Unabomber
As part of a pandemic project suggested by his wife, Jack Epstein began last month going through his papers that were taking up space in their attic.
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Peyton and Eli Manning rip Patriots, welcome Red Zone Robby G's puppy and move to 2-0 on MNF broadcasts
Peyton and Eli Manning had some quips about the Patriots and welcomed Rob Gronkowski and Pat McAfee on their second Monday Night Football broadcast.       
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