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El opositor ruso Navalni, en estado grave tras ser presuntamente envenenado con una toxina

El opositor ruso Alexei Navalni ha sido hospitalizado de urgencia en la ciudad de Omsk después de haber sido presuntamente envenedado con una toxina en su vuelo de vuelta a Moscú desde la ciudad siberiana de Tomsk, según han anunciado este jueves miembros de su entorno.
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COVID-19 outbreak infects every resident — and kills 10 — at Kansas nursing home
An outbreak of coronavirus at a privately-owned nursing home in Kansas has caused all 62 residents of the facility to become infected with the deadly virus. A total of 10 residents of the Andbe Home northwest Kansas have perished from the virus, while one person is being treated at a local hospital and 51 others...
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Ezekiel Elliott takes blame for fumbles, Cowboys' blowout loss: 'I want to say I'm sorry'
Ezekiel Elliott said he let his Cowboys teammates down by losing two fumbles for the first time his career in Monday's loss to the Cardinals.        
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Trump launches $55M ad blitz in final stretch
President Trump's re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) are carpeting the airwaves the final two weeks leading up to Election Day on Nov. 3 with a massive $55 million ad blitz that will run in the key battleground states that will decide the winner of the White House race.
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The scary part of the Supreme Court ruling on Pennsylvania's mail-in ballots
The Supreme Court rejection of a Republican ploy to have the Court intervene in a case from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is far from a major Democratic win -- and could spell bad news for the future of voting rights protections across the country, writes Joshua A. Douglas
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Jeff Bridges announces he’s been diagnosed with lymphoma: ‘We are all in this together’
In an emotional note posted on social media late Monday, the 70-year-old Bridges did not share any other details surrounding his cancer diagnosis but said that he was starting treatment.
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China's Covid success compared to Europe shows lockdowns are the first step, not a solution
As much of Europe stares down the barrel of renewed coronavirus lockdowns, and a potentially miserable -- and deadly -- winter to come, China is going from strength to strength.
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China's Covid success compared to Europe shows lockdowns are the first step, not a solution
• Belgium is facing a 'tsunami' of Covid-19 cases • Australia quarantine blood-testing blunder prompts calls for hundreds to take HIV test
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Suspect held in fatal stabbing of MTA employee
Los Angeles resident Irma Monroy, 25, was arrested Monday in connection with the slaying of a Los Angeles County Metropolitan Authority worker.
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Man putting up Black Lives Matter sign accused of firing shotgun at Trump supporters
A Maryland man is accused of firing a shotgun at a passing truck with a Trump campaign sign that honked as he was installing a Black Lives Matter sign on Saturday, new reports said. Douglas Kuhn, 50, was arrested and charged with assault over the alleged shooting outside his Kingsville home at about 2:30 p.m.,...
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Rapper Fetty Wap's brother was shot and killed in New Jersey
Rapper Fetty Wap says his brother's phone never used to ring three times in a row when he called him, but since his death it now goes straight to voicemail.
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Australia to join India, US, Japan in large naval exercises
Australia will join India, the United States and Japan in next month's Malabar naval exercises in the Indian Ocean, in a move that is expected to strengthen the military relationship between the four democracies amid increased tensions with China.
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Pandemic threatens urban renewal efforts
As office workers continue to stay home during the pandemic, cities that were in the middle of downtown comebacks are feeling uncertainty (Oct. 20)       
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Mural honoring Chadwick Boseman unveiled at Disney
Artist says late actor 'was like a beacon.' (Oct. 2)       
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Trump hits diverse communities with field offices
This election season, some people in minority neighborhoods around the nation are noticing something they've never seen before: an office for President Donald Trump's campaign, right next door. (Oct. 20)       
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Cancer-stricken Rush Limbaugh gives update, says he’s ‘under a death sentence’
Cancer-stricken talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh provided listeners a somber update on his condition Monday after recent scans showed “some progression of cancer,” which he said is “not dramatic” but still a step in the wrong direction. Limbaugh announced in February that he was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer and had missed several shows this...
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What to watch on Tuesday: ‘Whose Vote Counts’ on PBS
Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020 | “Dead Silent” returns on Investigation Discovery.
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What to Expect From the Dodgers and Rays in World Series Game 1
The battle for the 2020 World Series title starts tonight at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
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NJ Attorney General is suing Trump administration over Tweet
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal is suing the Trump administration over claims the president made earlier this year on social media, regarding low-income housing and its connection to rises in crime. 
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Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals leave their mark on Dallas Cowboys in rout
Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals buried the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night beneath a barrage of points and game-changing plays.        
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CDC issues ‘strong recommendation’ for mask mandate on airplanes, trains
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday issued a “strong recommendation” that all passengers and employees on airplanes, trains, subways, buses, taxis and ride-share vehicles should wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The interim guidance also calls for facial coverings at transportation hubs like airports and train stations....
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Billy Porter narrates new docuseries about LGBTQ pioneers
Emmy-winning actor has new season of 'Pose' and memoir keeping him busy. (Oct 19)       
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Trump closes his campaign by insulting Fauci for telling the truth
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Archaeologists unearth 'huge number' of sealed Egyptian sarcophagi
A large collection of unopened sarcophagi has been found in Saqqara, adding to the trove of almost 60 coffins recently discovered at the ancient Egyptian necropolis.
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Archaeologists unearth 'huge number' of sealed Egyptian sarcophagi
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered another large cache of unopened sarcophagi in Saqqara, adding to the trove of almost 60 coffins recently recovered from the ancient necropolis.
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Britney Spears reveals '5 most important' beach day essentials
Britney Spears said a towel, oil, a dog and more are essential when spending time at the beach
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Hernández: Here's why the Dodgers will win the World Series for first time in 32 years
Why will the Dodgers capture their first World Series title since 1988? There's a dependability about this team that was absent in previous years.
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Intel sells NAND memory chip business to SK Hynix for $9 billion
US chipmaker Intel is selling part of its memory chip business to SK Hynix for $9 billion in a deal that would make the South Korean company the world's second biggest flash memory chipmaker.
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Intel sells NAND memory chip business to SK Hynix for $9 billion
Intel is selling part of its memory chip business to SK Hynix for $9 billion in a deal that would make the South Korean company the world's second biggest NAND memory chipmaker.
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NYPD searching for suspect following fatal stabbing in Brooklyn
A 29-year-old man was fatally stabbed in Brooklyn on Monday afternoon, police said. The victim was found with several wounds lying on the sidewalk off East 18th Street near Church Avenue in Flatbush at about 2:40 p.m., authorities said. The man was taken to a nearby hospital, but could not be saved, according to police....
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Florida wildlife investigators uncover flying squirrel trafficking ring: officials
At least seven people have been charged in an "elaborate" flying squirrel trafficking scheme in which poachers in Florida caught thousands of the rodents before selling them to buyers in Asia, officials said on Monday.
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'Tiger King' star Carole Baskin comes out as bisexual: I have 'equal feelings for women'
"Tiger King" star Carole Baskin is opening up about her sexuality. She told Pink News she's "always considered myself to be bisexual."        
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Dodgers and Rays agree: Don't diminish the 2020 World Series because of oddities
Andrew Friedman played a huge role in building the Rays and the Dodgers. Once he joked about them meeting in the World Series. Now it's happening.
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Goldman Sachs to pay DOJ $2 billion for Malaysian corruption scheme
Goldman Sachs has reached a deal to pay the US Justice Department more than $2 billion for their role in a multi-billion dollar scheme in Malaysia, a report said Monday. The investment banking giant will avoid a criminal conviction in the deal, which will close years of investigations into the company’s investment in the 1MDB...
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Seth Meyers Unloads on ‘Psychotic’ Maria Bartiromo for Baselessly Accusing Hunter Biden of Child Porn
NBCOn Monday night, a clearly-fired-up Seth Meyers dedicated the latest edition of his “A Closer Look” segment to Trump’s desperation moves of the past week-plus—namely, trying to distract from the godawful way he’s handled the COVID-19 pandemic, which has claimed 220,000 American lives and counting, by redirecting the focus to his opponent’s son, Hunter Biden.“Trump and the GOP clearly do not care how many Americans die of this disease. They’re more upset about Facebook and Twitter not letting them spread obvious bullshit about a New York Post story even the Post’s own reporters didn’t want to put their names on,” the Late Night host explained.Indeed, as The New York Times reported on Monday, two reporters who worked on the piece refused to have their names printed along with it due to “concerns over the article’s credibility”; the eventual byline, meanwhile, went to Emma-Jo Morris, a former Hannity producer with no bylines at the Post, and Gabrielle Fonrouge, a Post reporter who “had little to do with the reporting or writing of the article” and only learned she’d received a byline on it after the piece was published.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Journalist Yashar Ali accuses Garcetti advisor Rick Jacobs of sexual misconduct
Journalist Yashar Ali says Garcetti advisor and former L.A. Deputy Mayor Rick Jacobs forcibly kissed Ali on the lips multiple times between 2005 and 2015.
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Sean Hannity: Biden ‘noticeably missing in action’ should 'alarm every American'
With 15 days left until the presidential election, President Trump is "criss-crossing the country at rapid pace," while Democrat Joe Biden is "noticeably missing in action," Fox News host Sean Hannity said Monday. 
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Joe Biden Narrowly Leads Donald Trump in New Texas Presidential Poll
The poll shows that voters in the typically right-leaning Lone Star State are favoring Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden over Trump, but that they still prefer their incumbent Republican senator in 2020.
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Giants are about to face a very different Eagles team
The Giants will not be seeing double but they will be seeing two quarterbacks on the field at the same time Thursday night. Carson Wentz has taken 100 percent of the snaps in the first six games, but rookie Jalen Hurts is receiving increased playing time, used in tandem with Wentz. It was a strange...
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Argentina tops 1 million Covid-19 cases
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Odd World Series circumstances mean nothing to title-hungry Dodgers
The Dodgers had lost the World Series two straight seasons when they returned a few years later for another shot with much the same nucleus. It was 1981, a season shortened almost two months by a players strike, only adding questions about the legitimacy of the World Series champion. The Dodgers, who had lost the...
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This is Biden's shortest path to the White House
Two weeks before Election Day, Joe Biden appears well-positioned to finish the job that Democrats above all hired him to do: Rebuild the party's blue wall in the Rust Belt.
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This is Biden's shortest path to the White House
• Analysis: Watch these nine states in the US election • What we don't know about record-breaking early voting numbers
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Jeff Bridges announces he was diagnosed with lymphoma
Acclaimed actor Jeff Bridges announced Monday on Twitter that he has been diagnosed with lymphoma.
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Hints From Heloise: From screen to screen
Content on a smartphone can be viewed on a smart TV too
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Miss Manners: Running joke is getting old
Man keeps making jabs about writer’s university
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Ask Amy: ‘Right person, wrong time’ needs translating
Despite his choice of words, boyfriend wants to end the relationship
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Clapper, Brennan: Hunter Biden Emails 'Russian Disinformation' Whether 'Genuine or Not'
More than 50 former intelligence officials, led by Obama-era Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, have signed an open letter alleging that the newly-released Hunter Biden emails are "Russian disinformation" -- even if they are real.
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Carolyn Hax: She took her niece to Broadway but still got panned by a critic-in-law
Auntie takes the kids on globe-trotting adventures, but their mom gets Grinchy about gifts.
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