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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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Ex-NYC residents in the Hamptons could decide tight LI congressional race
Hundreds of New York City refugees have registered to vote in the Hamptons, where they could help decide the dead heat in eastern Long Island's congressional race.
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Texas' Early Votes Top 76 Percent of Total 2016 Turnout, as Dems Aim to Win State for First Time in 44 Years
With its 38 electoral votes—the second-largest of any state—Texas is a key prize in the November 3 election.
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Louisiana state officials monitor tropical system near the Gulf
Still reeling from deadly Hurricane Delta, Louisiana is watching a system develop that probably will become a tropical depression within the next day, Gov. John Bel Edwards said Saturday.
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William and Harry’s royal rift was sealed by fate — and Diana, says author
“It’s looking less and less likely for a reconciliation."
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Video of Trump rally appears to show attendee making hand gesture commonly used by white supremacists
Video of President Donald Trump's rally in Florida Friday appears to show a man making a repeated hand gesture used by white supremacists.        
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Legendary Jackson State football coach W.C. Gorden dies at 90
W.C. Gorden, who led the JSU football program for 14 years, posted more wins than any other coach in Tigers' history.       
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Nxivm sex cult leader Keith Raniere denied a retrial again
The convicted leader of an upstate sex cult has had his bid for a new trial denied for a second time, according to federal court filings. Keith Raniere, co-founder of the Albany-based Nxivm sex cult, was previously found guilty of sex-trafficking, racketeering and possession of child pornography, and is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday. In...
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Nathan Chen dominates again in Skate America short program
Looking like a world champion even this early in the figure skating season, Nathan Chen easily won the short program at Skate America on Friday night with a personal-best score.
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Marlon Wayans explains never hiring Tiffany Haddish for comedies
Wayans takes the time to explain to funny lady Tiffany Haddish why she never quite made it past the audition process.
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Netflix subscription cancellations skyrocket after ‘Cuties’ backlash
The streaming service has watched subscription cancellations skyrocket by 800% after the French coming-of-age film triggered a boycott in early September, analyses show.
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Polish President Tests Positive For The Coronavirus
President Andrzej Duda, who says he's experiencing no symptoms, will self-isolate. Duda has apologized to those he came into contact with, who will also need to go into quarantine.
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Astor Place Hair to close after 75 years due to COVID-19
Astor Place Hair Stylists, the iconic salon and barbershop that has been an East Village fixture for 73 years, is the latest casualty of the coronavirus pandemic. Management at the basement barbershop, which counted everyone from actors Robert de Niro and Kevin Bacon to artist Andy Warhol, Mayor de Blasio and disgraced former state assembly...
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Simulated World Series: Julio Urias untouchable as Dodgers push Rays to the brink
Left-hander Julio Urias hurls a three-hit shutout and Corey Seager homers again as the Los Angeles Dodgers blank the Tampa Bay Rays to take a 3-1 Sim Series lead.        
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Sen. Kelly Loeffler tests negative for COVID-19 after two staffers infected, will vote to confirm ACB
Sen. Kelly Loeffler tested negative for COVID-19 on Saturday, just a day after two staffers learned they were infected.
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Jennifer Aniston votes, tells fans it's 'not funny' to vote for Kanye
Jennifer Aniston has already cast her ballot. Now she's telling her followers to do the same.
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Shock Poll: Donald Trump Down One Point Among Black Voters in Battleground Michigan
The time and resources President Trump's campaign has been pouring into the battleground state of Michigan appear to be paying off, according to two new polls.
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Arcadia, a WWII incarceration site, names its first police chief of Japanese descent
Arcadia announced that 28-year veteran Capt. Roy Nakamura will officially take over as head of the police department Jan. 9
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President Trump Casts Vote in Florida Ahead of Rallies
Trump could have mailed in his ballot, but opted to vote in person at a public library. He was greeted by cheering crowds
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Video shows aftermath of Navy aircraft's crash in neighborhood
The crew of a Navy T-6B Texan II was killed when the two-seat airplane crashed in a small town near Mobile, Alabama, according to the Navy. CNN affiliate WPMI has reports.
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Trump to deliver remarks in North Carolina on jam-packed Saturday
President Trump has arrived in the critical swing state of North Carolina, the second of a total of five stops the commander-in-chief will make on Saturday in the final sprint to the Nov. 3 election.
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U.S. Navy training plane crashes in Alabama, killing 2
The T-6B Texan II training plane crashed Friday in an Alabama residential neighborhood near the Gulf Coast.
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UFC 254 video: Miranda Maverick wins after wicked elbow slices open bridge of Liana Jojua's nose
A perfectly placed elbow changed the trajectory of Miranda Maverick vs. Liana Jojua in a split second.        Related StoriesUFC 254 video: Miranda Maverick wins after wicked elbow slices open bridge of Liana Jojua's nose - EnclosureUFC 254 discussion threadUFC 254 play-by-play and live results (11 a.m. ET) 
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Jennifer Aniston discourages voters from supporting Kanye West, casts her ballot for Joe Biden
Jennifer Aniston officially voted in the 2020 presidential election. In addition to revealing who she voted for, she also discouraged voters from supporting Kanye West.
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Native voters struggle amid growing reliance on mail-in voting
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Jerry Jeff Walker, country music legend and 'Mr. Bojangles' songwriter, dies at 78
Jerry Jeff Walker, a country singer-songwriter known for penning the hit "Mr. Bojangles," has died. He was 78.
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Hilary Duff is pregnant, expecting baby No. 3 with Matthew Koma
Hilary Duff is pregnant with baby number three!
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‘The Vow’ & ‘Seduced’ Subject Keith Raniere Speaks Out In Rare First Interview Since Arrest
The NXIVM founder discusses how ‘the devil’ and ‘a saint’ should get the same treatment by the justice system.
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We need to burn the Affordable Care Act and rebuild it piece by piece
The Supreme Court probably is not going to nullify ObamaCare. Congress should — one piece at a time. Democrats opposed to the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court were very worried — or at least pretended to be worried — about the upcoming case challenging the constitutionality of the so-called Affordable Care...
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"The Price is Right" is returning with no live audience
Network television's number-one-rated daytime series is firing back up with new safety protocols in place.
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Kevin Hart is ready for the revived MDA telethon
For Kevin Hart, it's all about the kids.
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Trump calls Sacha Baron Cohen 'a creep' after 'Borat' clip shows actress entering White House
President Donald Trump called Sacha Baron Cohen "a creep" after previously unseen footage from "Borat 2" was shared to Twitter Friday.        
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Jimmy Kimmel shares son's struggles, urges people to vote
Comedian Jimmy Kimmel and wife Molly McNearney shared a video of three-year-old son's health struggles in hopes of inspiring people to vote.       
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How a Holocaust survivor helped me find love — and hope during the pandemic
Lately, I’ve been thinking about hope. Because I’m fresh out. The ills of humanity — turmoil, strife, jealousy, hatred, sickness and death — have flown out of Pandora’s box all at once, it seems. Hope, “The thing with feathers,” as Emily Dickenson wrote, that “perches in the soul,” is the only thing that remains within....
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Kelly Ripa talks hubby Marc Consuelos’ penis size after pic impresses fans
Ripa confirmed that the "Riverdale" actor is blessed below the belt after fans were taken aback by a photo highlighting his "package."
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Atlanta man wins $50G FOX Bet Super 6 Debate Game jackpot
An Atlanta man won the $50,000 jackpot from the FOX Bet Super 6 Debate Game.
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Florida deputies say arsonist wearing trash bags torched a dozen garbage trucks
A Florida arsonist was wearing goggles and black garbage bags when he torched a dozen commercial garbage trucks worth more than $3 million.
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Brooklyn man charged with reckless driving, crashing into cop car
A Brooklyn man slammed into a cop car during a wild episode after he sped away from a traffic stop, police said. Samson Alabi, 29, was nabbed for speeding and running red lights around 12:30 a.m. in Canarsie when cops pulled his blue 2020 Nissan Armada over at Kingston and East New York avenues. That’s...
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Motorcyclist dies following collision in Colesville area
Christian Richardson died at a hospital from injuries sustained in the crash.
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Animal rights activist charged with deceptive advertising, treating pets without license
A Hollywood-backed animal rights activist was charged last week with practicing veterinary medicine without a license and deceptive advertising for products he hawked at his pet food stores. Los Angeles prosecutors filed the charges against Marc Ching after a Los Angeles Times investigation unearthed years of complaints by veterinarians, who said Ching had encouraged pet...
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WWE 'Hell in a Cell' 2020: Start Time, Card and How to Watch Online
Otis will put his MITB briefcase on the line this Sunday.
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The 100 Best 'SNL' Episodes of All Time
'Saturday Night Live' has been on the air for more than four decades and even through the COVID-19 pandemic, produced episodes to keep their audience laughing. Here's a look back at the 100 best 'SNL' episodes of all time.
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Trump Jr. floats 2024 run for president: ‘This will make the lib heads explode’
Trump 2024? Donald Trump Jr. posted a photo to Instagram Saturday standing in front of a “Don Jr 2024” sign, teasing that prospect. “Hahahahaha. Oh boy. This was a sign I saw up at the Fallon Nevada Livestock Auction. This will make the lib heads explode. To whomever made that thanks for the compliment… but...
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Trump Votes Early In Florida, Says He Voted 'For A Guy Named Trump'
The president cast his ballot from his adopted home state before departing for rallies on Saturday in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin. More than 50 million Americans have already voted early.
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Two-Thirds of Trump Supporters Won't Put Up Yard Signs Over Vandalism Concerns
Forty-five percent of Trump supporters also won't talk to friends or co-workers about their support for the president's re-election out of alienation concerns.
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Senate to convene rare Saturday session to debate Amy Coney Barrett nomination
The Senate will gavel in a rare Saturday session this afternoon to debate confirming Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court -- just days before voters decide whether Republicans will maintain control of the Senate and the White House.
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules mail-in ballots can’t be rejected over mismatched signatures
A voter in Philadelphia returns their mail-in ballot. | Mark Makela/Getty Images It’s a blow for Republicans who challenged the state’s guidance that different-looking signatures shouldn’t be disqualifying. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Friday that mail-in ballots cannot be rejected if a voter’s signature looks different than the one on their registration form. The ruling came after Pennsylvania’s Democratic Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar, the state’s top election official, turned to the court for clarity on the legality of her signature-matching policy. She introduced guidance in September that said ballots shouldn’t be thrown out due to mismatched signatures, and has since been mired in a legal battle with President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign and other Republicans. The court decision — backed by five Democrat and two Republican justices — marks a victory for Democrats and voting-rights advocates in a critical battleground state Trump won by roughly 44,000 votes in 2016. It comes on the heels of another loss for Republicans in the state: the October 19 order by the US Supreme Court, which let stand a Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling that mailed-in ballots received up to three days after Election Day must be counted. “County boards of elections are prohibited from rejecting absentee or mail-in ballots based on signature comparison conducted by county election officials or employees, or as the result of third-party challenges based on signature analysis and comparisons,” the court wrote, upholding Boockvar’s guidance. “If the Voter’s Declaration on the return envelope is signed and the county board is satisfied that the declaration is sufficient, the mail-in or absentee ballot should be approved for canvassing unless challenged in accordance with the Pennsylvania Election Code,” Boockvar wrote in September. “The Pennsylvania Election Code does not authorize the county board of elections to set aside returned absentee or mail-in ballots based solely on signature analysis by the county board of elections.” Over 1.4 million Pennsylvanians have already submitted mail ballots, according to the US Elections Project, the overwhelming majority of which have been sent by registered Democrats. Pennsylvania and other states across the US are expecting an unprecedented surge in mail ballots as voters attempt to find ways to avoid in-person voting due to the coronavirus pandemic. Signature-matching processes are a contentious issue because, as political scientists and voting rights advocates point out, election officials who are likely to reject far more authentic signatures than false ones in an electoral system in which fraud is exceedingly rare. As The Atlantic reported, a Carroll College political scientist working on behalf of plaintiffs challenging a signature-matching law in Ohio calculated that there was a 97 percent chance that a given ballot in Ohio rejected on the basis of a signature mismatch was wrongly rejected. And in 2016, perceived signature mismatches constituted the biggest reason mail ballots were disqualified. Voting rights advocates have also pointed out that signature matching processes are likely to disproportionately exclude authentic signatures from very young voters, very old voters, disabled voters, and voters of color. In battleground states — like Pennsylvania — with potentially razor thin margins between candidates, policies surrounding matching signatures could play a decisive role in the outcome of the election. With a significant 20 electoral votes at stake, and an ideologically heterogeneous population, Pennsylvania’s laws on including ballots are particularly pivotal. According to FiveThirtyEight’s polling averages, Democratic nominee Joe Biden holds a 6 point lead in the polls over Trump in Pennsylvania — but both candidates have made the state a focus in the final days ahead of the election, hoping to win over new supporters. 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. It’s essential that all Americans are able to access clear, concise information on what the outcome of the election could mean for their lives, and the lives of their families and communities. That is our mission at Vox. But our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources. Even when the economy and the news advertising market recovers, your support will be a critical part of sustaining our resource-intensive work. If you have already contributed, thank you. If you haven’t, please consider helping everyone understand this presidential election: Contribute today from as little as $3.
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US in upward trajectory of new COVID-19 cases: HHS memo
Forty-two states and territories are in an upward trajectory of new COVID-19 cases, while only nine jurisdictions are improving.
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