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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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Women in Poland gather at churches to protest new restrictive abortion law
In the fourth straight day of protests, activists held up banners during Masses in some churches, according to Polish media and posts on social media.
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UFC 254 Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay: Khabib, Gaethje combine for $80k total
Fighters from Saturday's UFC 254 took home UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay totaling $215,000.        Related StoriesUFC 254 bonuses: Khabib earns 'Performance of the Night' in final fightFight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC 254 with classic Led Zeppelin, George Thorogood ... and TrainJon Anik had the cojones to leave Daniel Cormier off his top-five GOAT list in front of DC himself 
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This IPO is a measure of China's growing strength
When Ant Group prices its IPO in Shanghai and Hong Kong this week, it could set a new world record for a stock market listing. But it will also ram home a much bigger point.
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96-year-old veteran aims to be oldest Marine to run Marine Corps Marathon
A 96-year-old veteran is hoping to become the oldest Marine to ever complete the Marine Corps Marathon Sunday.
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Yes, your TV is watching YOU while you’re watching it
It can be unsettling when you consider what makes a smart TV in your home “smart.”
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Broncos vs. Chiefs prediction, line: Bad weather will help Denver cover
Dave Tuley, senior reporter at VSiN.com, is in his third season with the Post’s Bettor’s Guide. His handicapping pieces appear in VSiN’s online magazine, Point Spread Weekly. (Home team in CAPS) DENVER BRONCOS (+9.5) over Kansas City Chiefs: The Broncos certainly stepped up for us in beating the Patriots outright last Sunday, but I’ve been...
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Chargers vs. Jaguars matchups: Justin Herbert looks to break through with victory
Quarterback Justin Herbert has impressive stats early in his rookie season but will seek his first win when the Chargers host the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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These 10 SHANY makeup palettes and tools are now on sale
When dabbling in new makeup looks, we suggest taking a “more is more” approach. Samples, minis, kits, and gift sets are a great way to try new colors without a huge commitment. And if you pick up one of these 10 bestselling makeup kits from SHANY, your financial commitment won’t be huge either. From nail...
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The ghost haunting the 2020 election
Republicans are hoping, and Democrats are dreading, the possibility Donald Trump could repeat history and overcome dismal mid-October polls to gain an electoral college victory. But much has changed in four years, as Thursday's debate showed.
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Black Lives Matter mural outside Trump Tower vandalized again
Photos show black paint or tar stretching the full length of the contentious sign outside President Trump's iconic home on Fifth Avenue.
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Tropical storm Zeta forms, could reach US Gulf Coast by midweek
A tropical depression east of Mexico strengthened Sunday morning into Tropical Storm Zeta and could reach the US Gulf Coast by midweek.
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The Rays’ hometown kid turned World Series hero produced an ending for the ages in Game 4
Unsung outfielder Brett Phillips, who hit .150 in the regular season, stepped to the plate in the bottom of the ninth and unleashed bedlam with a game-winning hit that sent Tampa Bay to victory and evened the World Serires at 2-2.
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This 'Zoom Meeting' Halloween costume is so 2020
Greg Dietzenbach made a work-from-home inspired Halloween costume for his 12-year-old daughter hoping to combine "the creepiness of Halloween and our weird new normal."
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NFL picks for Week 7: Jets will keep it close versus Bills
It’s amazing how willing we are to fast-forward through life. Since 7 p.m. last Sunday, it has been concluded that the New York Jets will go 0-16 and secure the No. 1-overall pick in the 2021 draft … and that Trevor Lawrence either will pull a Peyton Manning and stay at Clemson, or pull an...
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Review: Jess Walter returns with tremendous, vivid historical novel 'The Cold Millions'
"The Cold Millions" is a tremendous work, a vivid historical novel with a politically explosive backdrop that reverberates through our own.        
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Donald Trump and I went to the same progressive church, but he betrayed its teachings
According to Christian teaching, we're all sinners and deserve forgiveness and mercy. But that doesn't mean President Trump deserves another four years.        
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San Francisco's go-slow approach toward reopening amid the pandemic is paying off
San Francisco shut down early in the pandemic and later limited reopening. Now the city is the first urban center in California where the risk of infection is rated as minimal.
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Adriana Cohen: Censorship of conservatives proves Twitter & Facebook are enemies of free speech, free press
Scores of conservatives, including myself, are being shadow-banned on Twitter, something I testified about in 2018 before Congress alongside other leading conservative voices being wrongfully censored.
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Fight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC 254 with classic Led Zeppelin, George Thorogood ... and Train
Check out the complete list of fighter walkout songs from Saturday's UFC 254 event.       Related StoriesFight Game on the 'Gram: Justin Gaethje's best posts before UFC 254UFC 254 bonuses: Khabib earns 'Performance of the Night' in final fightTwitter reacts to Khabib Nurmagomedov's retirement, finish of Justin Gaethje at UFC 254 
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Q&A with Colin Quinn: ‘We’re a country of Karens’
The comedian gets serious when proposing the idea of a constitutional convention.
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In small-town, suburban New York, hundreds lined up to send an early-voting message
In 2016, Yorktown split down the middle. On Saturday, voters hoped to tip the scales.
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Tumult at home, ailing alliances abroad: Why Trump’s America has been a ‘gift’ to Putin
Over the past four years, the Russian president has succeeded in growing his nation’s influence at America’s expense.
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There is only one principled vote on Amy Coney Barrett: No
The Senate does not have to consider her nomination on Monday.
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Early December in Croton-on-Hudson
Photo illustration by Miki LoweSevere, biting, disaffected, bleak: These words are used often to describe Louise Glück’s poems. When she won the Nobel Prize in Literature earlier this month, she was praised for writing “that with austere beauty makes individual existence universal.” The same adjectives could apply to “Early December in Croton-on-Hudson,” published in The Atlantic in 1967, in which Glück recalls a blown tire on a trip to deliver Christmas presents.The poem feels precisely like early December itself: as cold and raw as “the recent snow,” as barren and stark as the “pines pared down.” And with the threat of a lonely pandemic winter looming, there’s something particularly chilling about the image of a stalled car on a snowy road—stuck in the middle of a descending darkness, and unable to move forward or go home.— Faith Hill
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Dad's Zoom Halloween costume for his daughter is scary good
We often associate the month of October with spooky characters like goblins, witches and vampires.
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Package played role in Boston University professor's elevator death, state says
The Boston University professor crushed to death by an elevator in her apartment building last month was partly done in by a large package she was carrying at the time, state inspectors found.
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How Donald Trump's Presidency Has Changed The Media
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks CNN's chief media correspondent Brian Stelter how Donald Trump's presidency has affected the media and what another four years could bring.
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Pope Francis to make D.C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory a cardinal next month, the first African American to earn such a rank
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Distinguished persons of the week: Making voting easier? What a concept.
Who stood tall?
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NASA astronaut Kate Rubins has cast her ballot from space
NASA astronaut Kate Rubins, the only American not on the planet, has cast her vote from space.
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'Soon the Dead Will Start Arriving Again,' Italian Cemetery Worker Says as Cases Rise Across Country
Fears are rising in an Italian town that faced the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic this spring, where between 50 and 60 residents died daily during the height of the outbreak.
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AOC Has Raised Nearly $9m More Than Her GOP Opponent in House Race
The New York Democrat has raised more than $17 million in the race for her House seat.
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Pence defends Trump COVID-19 response, claims administration 'literally saved hundreds of thousands'
Vice President Mike Pence has again defended the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Kate McKinnon Returns As Rudy Giuliani On SNL to Lampoon 'Borat' Scene
The president's personal lawyer was roasted this week after it emerged that Sacha Baron Cohen had duped him for a scene that appears in "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm."
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Which National Park Are You Most Likely to Die Visiting?
Drowning was the leading cause of death.
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Trump, Biden favorability unchanged as 2020 race heads into final week: POLL
Donald Trump and Joe Biden enter the final week of a bitter campaign with their favorability ratings unchanged, a new ABC News/Ipsos poll finds.
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Celebrating Halloween? We've maxed out on dread in 2020
With Halloween 2020 just days away, Holly Thomas explains why Halloween-as-usual feels so horribly uncomfortable this year. It's not just the safety concerns posed by the pandemic, she writes; it's also the cultural benchmarks it spotlights that track how much we've all changed over these long months.
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Native Americans battle COVID-19 and other voting obstacles as Election Day nears
COVID-19 has disproportionately sickened or killed Native Americans across the U.S., creating another Election Day challenge for many tribal members.        
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Turbulent week of weather is ahead for much of the country
It is going to be a turbulent week of weather across the entire U.S. with extremely critical fire conditions in California and a tropical system approaching the Gulf.
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He fought for Black voting rights after the Civil War. He was almost killed for it.
Elected to the Georgia state Senate in 1868, Tunis G. Campbell spent his life championing the rights of Black people, meeting with fierce resistance at every step.
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Election 2020: Latinx Women's Vote Could Affect The Outcome
"It's the dehumanizing rhetoric President Trump uses when referring to immigrants," that drove Lourdes Vázquez to become a U.S. citizen and to vote in this election for the first time, she says.
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The NFL COVID-19 plan isn't working. Fix it to protect players, profits and US society.
Americans need sports as an escape and a recharge. But COVID is hard to control and can be devastating. The NFL's current plan is unacceptable.        
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Column: This year's political ads: The good, the bad and the deceptive
2020 campaign ads mirror the candidates they represent. Trump's are angry, negative and often dishonest. Biden's are calmer and easier on the nerves.
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Op-Ed: The roots of California's tattered economy were planted long before the coronavirus arrived
Dependence on tech industries can't help the state recover lower-wage job losses or reduce the entrenched inequality that makes California susceptible to rolling catastrophes.
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Deroy Murdock: Trump’s 4 Nobel Peace Prize nominations show he’s a peacemaker — not warmonger as critics claim
Nobel Peace Prize nominations are landing in President Trump’s path like rose petals. Since last month, Trump has earned a stunning four such honors.
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What Tech Giants Google and Microsoft Now Have in Common | Opinion
Mitch McConnell continues his Ebenezer Scrooge act in time for the holidays, the Department of Justice declares war on Google, and why all CEO pay isn't created equal.
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Our leadership is hapless. But individuals can outsmart the virus.
We can bend the trajectory of this pandemic, and we must.
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