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El presidente de Bielorrusia ordena a la Polícia poner fin a las protestas en contra de su reelección

La orden de Lukashenko se produce en el día en que los líderes de la Unión Europea se reúnen de emergencia por la crisis política del país y después de confirmarse tres muertos por la represión de las protestas contra su gobierno.
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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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Rudy Giuliani Responds to ‘Borat 2’ Scene: “A Totally Sensationalized False Account”
"I'm tucking my shirt in. I assure you that's all I was doing."
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No state is trending in the right direction in COVID cases
CNN's Nick Watt reports.
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Sen. Wicker requests Facebook, Twitter disclose political interactions before Big Tech hearing
Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss, requested that Facebook and Twitter disclose any interactions they’ve had with presidential candidates and their campaigns before his committee’s Big Tech Hearing on Oct. 28. 
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NYPD cop car in Queens fender bender apparently had its brake line cut
A New York City police vehicle involved in an accident earlier this month had its brake line cut, authorities said.
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President Obama returns to the campaign trail to host drive-in rally for Joe Biden
CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.
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Taliban attacks increase as US troops move toward total withdrawl from Afghanistan
National Defense Secretary Robert O'Brien affirmed this week that the Pentagon was working to carry out President Trump's vow to further diminish U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan, slashing numbers to just 2,500 by early next year. However, Trump has pushed the envelope even further in recent days – advocating that all troops be brought home by Christmas.
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‘Hustlers’ star Keke Palmer buys a Brooklyn penthouse
Singer, actress and "Hustlers" star Keke Palmer buys a $2.49 million penthouse in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
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Joe insults allies, media shrug and other commentary
Foreign desk: Joe Insults Allies, Media Shrug Joe Biden last week warned of “the rise of totalitarian regimes in the world,” including democratic Poland and Hungary — and that “half-insulting, half-clueless remark” set off a “diplomatic firestorm,” sighs Gladden Pappin at Newsweek. Yet despite the vigorous protests of leaders from the two allied states, including...
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Susan Ferrechio torches Brian Stelter for dismissing Hunter Biden news, defending Russia coverage
Washington Examiner Chief Congressional Correspondent Susan Ferrechio tore into CNN media reporter Brian Stelter this week for being quick to dismiss the Hunter Biden email story while offering a sanctimonious defense of the mainstream media's Trump-Russia coverage.
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Record numbers are voting by mail. Here's when states can start counting those ballots.
Voters are casting ballots early in record numbers this year amid the pandemic -- and that's prompting concerns that it might wind up taking longer than expected to get election results, as officials process millions more mail-in ballots than usual.
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Lawyer for Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation case denied courthouse entry
A Department of Justice lawyer sent to defend President Trump in a defamation case brought by a rape accuser was denied entry to a Manhattan courthouse Wednesday — because he had just traveled from a state requiring a 14-day coronavirus quarantine. “He had traveled from his place of residence in the Commonwealth of Virginia, which yesterday,...
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Mike McCarthy: Anonymous criticism a 'teachable moment' for Dallas Cowboys
After the Cowboys fell to 2-4 in a blowout loss, NFL Network reported that several players had harsh criticisms of Mike McCarthy's coaching staff.        
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High profile streamer Quibi is shutting down after subscriber struggles
The streaming service launched by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman failed to gain traction following its launch in April.
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Mitt Romney Casts Presidential Election Vote Against Donald Trump For the Second Time
A vocal Trump critic, Romney previously confirmed he did not vote to elect the current president in 2016.
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Marvel's upcoming movies and TV shows: Everything we know (and what we don't know yet)
From the MCU to streaming favorites, here's everything we know about Marvel's upcoming releases
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Bag of dog feces flung at California home with Black Lives Matter sign
The incident was captured on surveillance video at 3 a.m. Wednesday morning in Roseville, California, according to CBS 13 Sacramento.
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Judge rejects California attorney general's effort to investigate GOP ballot boxes
The decision presents a victory for GOP officials who have insisted their ballot collection campaign is following California election law.
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Rudy Giuliani says alleged ‘Borat’ sting is ‘complete fabrication’
Rudy Giuliani says the alleged “Borat” sting where he was supposedly caught in a compromising position with a woman in a hotel room is a “complete fabrication….I was tucking in my shirt.” In a statement in response to the release of review clips for the film “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” Giuliani is seen being interviewed in...
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Longhorn Band may not return to games in 2020 until 'The Eyes of Texas' issue is resolved
Longhorn Band will not play at Saturday's game, lacking "necessary instrumentation." It may not return this season due to "Eyes of Texas" controversy.        
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California man arrested after wife found dead in her car
A California man has been arrested after his 24-year-old wife was found dead in her car, authorities said. Cesar Hernandez, 47, of Watsonville, was detained by border patrol agents Monday night in San Ysidro after he apparently tried to return to the US from his home country of Mexico, the Santa Cruz Sentinel reported. He...
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The Case for Panicking
“The verdict voters have reached may not be represented in the ultimate count.”
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Column: GOP's brilliant healthcare idea is to spend more on Medicaid to cover fewer people
GOP states are spending more to cover fewer residents on Medicaid, thanks to ideological stupidity.
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JPMorgan is taking on Square with a new card reader
Square and PayPal are disrupting the commercial banking industry. Now, the United States' largest bank is fighting back.
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Opinion: We need another stimulus bill from Congress. Now
Tens of millions of struggling Americans need the financial help that another stimulus bill from Congress would provide.
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With Dwindling Time to Turn the Race Around, Donald Trump Taps into Positive Thinking
Donald Trump was raised in the chapel of positive thoughts. While he was growing up, Trump’s family attended the Manhattan church of Norman Vincent Peale, the evangelist who preached self-realization and wrote the 1952 best-selling book The Power of Positive Thinking. Trump rarely talks about losing anything. That’s why aides were puzzled late last week…
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Salem, Mass., Says Stay Away If You Know What's Good For You On Halloween
The witchcraft capital of the U.S. usually courts October visitors but is worried about the coronavirus this year. Officials are taking steps to repel out-of-town goblins.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘537 Votes’ on HBO, a Slick-but-Terrifying Account of Florida’s Role in the 2000 Election
"Close elections can be stolen." (AAAAAGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHGHGHGHHH)
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Dodgers Vs. Rays Game 2 Live Stream: How To Watch The 2020 World Series Live
Can the Dodgers take a 2-0 lead?
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Opinion: Three years later, hundreds of migrant families remain separated
Lawyers tell a federal judge they still haven't found parents of 545 migrant children the Trump administration separated from their families three years ago.
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Over 27 Million People Have Recovered From COVID-19 Globally
Though a vaccine might not be publicly available in the near future, medical experts have utilized existing medicine and over 27 million people have recovered from COVID-19.
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Iowa Sen. Ernst's Democratic challenger accused of breaking campaign finance rules for 3rd time
A lawyer for the Republican National Committee and the Iowa GOP has filed a Federal Election Commission complaint accusing Iowa Democratic Senate candidate Theresa Greenfield of pretending to use volunteers in order to claim an unmerited exemption from campaign contribution limits, Fox News has learned.
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Beyoncé, Trevor Noah And Other Celebrities Send Their Support to Nigeria Amid Protests
"We have been working on partnerships with youth organizations to support those protesting for change," Beyoncé's statement reads. "We are collaborating with coalitions to provide emergency healthcare, food, and shelter."
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Among Us is 2020’s hottest game, thanks to AOC and Twitch
A game originally released in 2018 has suddenly become one of the most downloaded games of 2020.
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Voters Wait Up to 10 Hours in Line to Vote in Critical Georgia County
Cobb County, Georgia, is deep into this year's election. Nearly 30% of the county's registered voters have already cast their ballots.
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Stars say horror comedy 'Bad Hair' made an impact
Cast members say some scenes in "Bad Hair" were so horrifying they found themselves second-guessing their own use of weaves or extensions. Justin Simien's film explores false beauty standards for Black women. (Oct. 21)       
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Chris Wallace: 'Surprising' Biden is not campaigning with two weeks until Election Day
It is “surprising” that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has no scheduled campaign appearances this week as he prepares for Thursday's debate, “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace, told “The Daily Briefing” on Wednesday.
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Surgeon General Jerome Adams to fight Hawaii citation for breaking COVID guidelines
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams will fight a misdemeanor charge in Hawaii after he allegedly broke COVID-19 guidelines while visiting the state to help it deal with a coronavirus outbreak.
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After 6-month existence, video streaming service Quibi reportedly calls it quits
Short-form video service Quibi, launched in April and led by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, is shutting down, The Wall Street Journal reported.      
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AG launches investigation into company accused of hiring guards as poll watchers
Minnesota Attorney General launches investigation into company recruiting poll watchers
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15 popular throw blankets that will keep you cozy this winter
Throw blankets are essential in the winter, and these ones from Barefoot Dreams, Anthropologie, Bedsure, and more are the most popular on the market.       
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US swing states grapple with vote safety, security
Battleground states at the center of the US presidential battle are feeling the pressure to make voting safe and secure. The coronavirus pandemic, misinformation and voter intimidation top the issues of concerns. (Oct. 21)       
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Actor Sam Elliott narrates Biden campaign ad aired during World Series
Actor Sam Elliott narrated an ad for Joe Biden's presidential campaign that aired on Tuesday during the first game of the World Series.
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Purdue files appeal to permit coach Jeff Brohm to communicate remotely during Saturday's game
Jeff Brohm won't be on the sidelines for Saturday's game against Iowa after contacting coronavirus last weekend and is currently isolating at home.        
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L.A. Times' Sam Farmer predicts Giants-Eagles winner in Thursday NFL game
L.A. Times' Sam Farmer predicts Giants-Eagles winner of Thursday NFL game
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FDA extends Covid-19 vaccine meeting to allow public input
The FDA has lengthened a daylong meeting of its vaccine advisers scheduled for Thursday to discuss a potential coronavirus vaccine.
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Fluency in a second language boosts your brain
Fluency in a second language could delay the worst symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease for several years
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Record snow blankets northern U.S., with more on the way
Minneapolis saw their earliest heavy snowstorm on record, with 7.9 inches and more en route in the next week.
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