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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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Trump: US being ‘poisoned’ by illegal immigrants crossing the border
Former President Donald Trump called for restarting the border wall construction that President Joe Biden ended when he took office.
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Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods dead at 67
Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods was a longtime fixture of Republican politics in the state and was a top aide to the late Sen. John McCain when he was a congressman.
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Giants down yet another weapon with Sterling Shepard inactive
No Sterling Shepard for the Giants Sunday against the Panthers.
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Texas Drag Race Driver Slams Into Spectators, Killing 2 Children
A 6-year-old boy and an 8-year-old boy were killed in the crash Saturday afternoon
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Two dead after police chase on Beltway ends in fiery crash, police say
The incident began early Sunday morning when Virginia State Police troopers attempted to stop a speeding vehicle.
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Pelosi floats Democrats acting alone as 'one path' to raising debt ceiling but still hopes for bipartisanship
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday suggested that the budget reconciliation process could be one way toward raising the debt ceiling in December.
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Neil Cavuto talks battle with COVID, urges vaccinations: 'Take the political speaking points and toss them'
Fox veteran Neil Cavuto opened up about his current battle with COVID-19 on "MediaBuzz" Sunday, telling host Howard Kurtz how thankful he was that he's been vaccinated and urging skeptics to "toss the political speaking points" and get their shots as well.
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'SNL' mocks Joe Biden's approval rating, Donald Trump's social media network in 'Weekend Update'
“Saturday Night Live” took on both sides of the political aisle during its most recent “Weekend Update” segment.
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Treasury secretary makes prediction about US inflation rate
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says she expects inflation to return to normal levels by the second half of 2022 and pushed back on former Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summer's fears that the Biden administration is losing control over inflation.
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A nurse created a baby registry for a new father after his unvaccinated wife died of Covid-19 before meeting their baby
Eric Robison will never run out of words to describe his wife.
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4-ingredient guacamole: Try the recipe
Who doesn’t love a good guac? Who hates spending half an hour prepping it in the kitchen? Raise your hand.
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Former Afghanistan envoy says he quit because debate wasn't rooted in reality
President Joe Biden's former Afghanistan envoy, Zalmay Khalilzad, said he quit the administration because internal debates weren't rooted in events on the ground.
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Thompson says Facebook is "working" with January 6 committee
Congressman Bennie Thompson, chair of the January 6 select committee, said that the House January 6 select committee has issued subpoenas for social media companies, including Facebook, that may be relevant to the investigation.
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AR Gov: Mandates deepen resistance to vaccines
Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas tells CNN's Jake Tapper that a mandate for state employees would "probably increase vaccination rates, but it would also increase the resistance of some."
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Gottlieb says some kids aged 5-11 could getting COVID vaccine as early as November 4-5
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former FDA commissioner, said that if Pfizer is granted emergency use authorization for the COVID-19 vaccine for kids on November 4, "it could be as early as Nov. 4 and 5 that you can go into some locations and get your child vaccinated."
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Chinese State Media Calls Biden Admin 'Most Incapable' in U.S. History Amid Taiwan Tension
The Chinese publication said "the U.S. will become a historic sinner that further undermines world unity" by backing Taiwan at the United Nations.
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3.6 magnitude earthquake rattles metro Los Angeles
The Los Angeles metro area was hit with a 3.6 magnitude earthquake Sunday, according to data from the United States Geological Survey.
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Full Interview with Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi joins CNN's Jake Tapper for a wide-ranging interview on her plans for the social safety net bill, the January 6 investigation, the fight for voting rights and whether she will run for re-election.
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Democrats weigh filibuster reform to pass voting rights legislation after GOP opposition
Increasingly frustrated and alarmed by stalled voting rights legislation, senior Democrats are calling to amend or eliminate the filibuster rule.       
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Merkel biographer explains why iconic picture is so important
Biographer Kati Marton shares what she learned about German Chancellor Angela Merkel and discusses her lasting impact on international politics.
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Mussolini's great-grandson called up to Serie A club's main squad
Lazio had the great-grandson of a historical figure on their matchday squad Sunday as the club took on Verona in a Serie A match.
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Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz hold hands during lunch date in NYC
The two were spotted out and about in New York City on Saturday, smiling, holding hands and cuddling up close as they took a stroll and grabbed lunch.
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Santa Anita has fourth horse death in short fall meeting
Santa Anita had its fourth equine death of its five-week fall meeting Saturday when Major Cabbie broke down on the backstretch of a race and was euthanized.
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Inflation to fall to acceptable levels in second half of 2022, Treasury secretary says
US inflation levels are not expected to decrease to acceptable levels until the latter part of 2022, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Sunday.
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Asst. Director Who Gave Alec Baldwin 'Cold' Gun Has History of Unsafe Work Conditions: Prop Maker
Prop maker Maggie Goll alleged that Dave Halls would let film sets "become increasingly claustrophobic, no established fire lanes, exits blocked, safety meetings were nonexistent."
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Mexican drug cartel member 'Grim Reaper,' former officer convicted in US federal court
A federal Texas judge on Thursday found two members of the infamous Sinaloa drug cartel guilty on a number of charges in a case dating back to 2012, according to court records and local reports.
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Jake Tapper Destroys GOP’s ‘Cruel’ Response to Alec Baldwin Tragedy
CNNCNN host Jake Tapper used the last few minutes of his State of the Union broadcast on Sunday to unload on the conversative politicians who saw opportunity in the tragic death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of Alec Baldwin’s movie Rust last week.Noting that Hutchins was a “rising star” in her field who left behind a husband and young son, Tapper said, “Heartbreaking, for normal people. But there’s something about our politics right now that is driving people away from our shared humanity.”He pointed to Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) who “apparently did some digging” and found a 2014 tweet from Baldwin about guns that she turned into a joke at his expense. “The Colorado congresswoman thought it was funny to exploit ‘hands up, don’t shoot,’ to make a joke at the expense of Baldwin,” Tapper said. “But more importantly, really to make a joke at the expense of Halyna Hutchins and her husband Matthew and their son Andres.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Outplayed, cold hitting, and more: Takeaways from Dodgers' NLCS Game 6 loss to Braves
Takeaways from the Dodgers' 4-2 loss to the Atlanta Braves in Game 6 of the NLCS on Saturday.
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Dodgers, Kenley Jansen enter offseason with uncertainty
Closer Kenley Jansen will officially become a free agent at the end of the World Series and is uncertain if the Dodgers will re-sign him.
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Transcript: Bennie Thompson on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with Congressman Bennie Thompson that aired Sunday, October 24, 2021, on "Face the Nation."
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Couple Celebrate at Restaurant They First Met With Subway-themed Wedding
Julie Bushart and Zack Williams first met in 2017 at a Subway in Livonia, Michigan.
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Bellator 269 post-event facts: Fedor Emelianenko stays unbeaten in Russia
Check out all the facts and figures from Bellator 269, which took place Saturday in Moscow.      Related StoriesTwitter reacts to Fedor Emelianenko's walk-off KO of Tim Johnson at Bellator 269Fight Vault: Top 5 Fedor Emelianenko FightsBellator 269 pre-event facts: Can Fedor Emelianenko add another KO to resume? 
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Rep. Khanna says Biden told Dems reconciliation agreement a must before Glasgow conference: 'I need this'
Rep. Ro Khanna told "Fox News Sunday" that President Biden wants an infrastructure bill and an agreement on a larger spending package before the U.N. climate conference in Glasgow.
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CDC ‘very carefully’ monitoring ‘Delta plus’ COVID-19 variant, Walensky says
CDC Director Dr. Rochelle stressed that it has still yet to be determined whether the new subvariant is more contagious or is resistant to vaccines.
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Book Excerpt: Jane Goodall's "The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times"
The famed naturalist shares with co-author Douglas Abrams her faith in nature's resilience in spite of humankind's self-destructive behaviors that threaten our only home.
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Three shot in Queens, including man struck six times: cops
A 35-year-old man was shot once in the chest, a 32-year-old man was shot six times -- in his left leg, left foot, right foot, groin, right hand and buttocks, and a 36-year-old was shot in his ankle.
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We Need Small Talk Now More Than Ever
Why chatting with your barista could help save America
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Florida cops responding to high-speed car chase gun down suspect in shootout
The deadly incident started with a dispute at a store that prompted one man to chase another in a vehicle.
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You know you’re a wacko (and glad of it) when you gaze at Wake Forest’s schedule
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COVID cases around the world level off but concerns still high
CBS News' senior foreign affairs correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the global impacts of the coronavirus.
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Republicans are testing messages to reverse their suburban slide, and education is a winner
Glenn Youngkin has been road-testing arguments in the Virginia governor’s race.
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Nancy Pelosi: Democrats 'Pretty Much There' in Budget Deal as Biden Meets With Joe Manchin
"It is still bigger than anything we have ever done in terms of addressing the needs of America's working families," she told CNN.
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Longer, more frequent outages afflict the U.S. power grid as states fail to prepare for climate change
State officials are reluctant to ask ratepayers to foot the bill for investments experts say are needed to fortify the grid against increasingly severe weather.
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Mandates cause uproar for unvaccinated Americans
CBS News senior national correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on the latest in the country's battle against the coronavirus.
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VIDEO: 'F*ck Joe Biden' Comes Through Loud and Clear During Ole Miss-LSU Game
The sports/political sensation that is sweeping the nation swept through Oxford, Mississippi, this weekend as chants of "F*ck Joe Biden" rang out from the Rebel faithful.
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Former Education Secretary on politicization of schools: Parents should yield to their own 'common sense'
Former Secretary of Education Bill Bennett advised parents to stop yielding to “experts” and start yielding to their own “common sense” amid the rampant politicization of schools.
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Live updates: NFL Week 7 scores and highlights
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What Jefferson’s Statue Meant to the Jewish Naval Hero Who Donated It
A symbol of slavery to some, of religious liberty to others. 
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