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Rudi García: "La injusticia del primer gol nos hizo retroceder"

El entrenador del Olympique Lyon, Rudi García, lamentó la eliminación de su equipo en las semifinales de la Liga de Campeones ante el Bayern Múnich (0-3) y aseguró que "la injusticia del primer gol" les hizo "retroceder" durante el resto del partido.
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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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Ghislaine Maxwell denies introducing Prince Andrew to teen sex partners, in deposition transcripts
In transcripts released today of deposition of Ghislaine Maxwell, the Jeffrey Epstein associate denies introducing Prince Andrew to teen sex partners.        
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What Time Will ‘Borat 2’ Be on Amazon Prime?
Borat's return couldn't be more timely.
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Take cranberries beyond the Thanksgiving table with these 6 recipes
Cranberries are so much more than sauce.
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How tour companies are changing to address traveler’s safety concerns
Operators adopt new safety measures and respond with enhanced services.
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The Harvard Public Health Expert Who Thinks We Must Get Kids Back in Schools Now
How do you make schools safe to reopen right now?
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Fact Check: Did Trump Say He Wants to 'Lock Up' Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer?
President Donald Trump on Thursday released a raw and uncut version of his interview with CBS News' 60 Minutes, where he was asked about comments he made toward Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, specifically if he wants to "lock her up."
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Before You Use the Word 'Spooky' You Should Know Its Racist Origins
The Dutch word describing apparitions, which first came into use around the 19th century, took on a more sinister meaning around World War II, when white American soldiers started referring to their Black counterparts as "spooks."
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My Experience as a Working Mother at Notre Dame Was Much Different than Amy Coney Barrett’s
This proudly Catholic institution did not make it possible for me to have a family of the size I wanted.
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Hormel is giving away bacon-scented face masks so you can smell bacon everywhere you go
Bacon makes everything taste better, but does it make everything smell better?
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Tom Yewcic, former Patriots quarterback and punter, dies at 88
Tom Yewcic, who was a member of the New England Patriots’ organization in the franchise’s early American Football League days, has died.
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Anti-Trump Lincoln Project shared content US later ID'd as Iranian disinformation
The anti-Trump Lincoln Project PAC shared content on Twitter that U.S. intelligence officials later labeled as Iranian disinformation.
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Bill Mathis, AFL pioneer and original Jets team member, dies at 81
Bill Mathis, one of the original members of the New York Jets’ organization in the American Football League and a Clemson standout running back, died Wednesday.
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FNC's Rove: Trump Should Focus on Economy, Not Hunter Biden
Thursday ahead of the second presidential debate, Fox News contributor Karl Rove, the former White House deputy chief of staff for George W. Bush, urged President Donald Trump to focus on the economy rather than the allegations of 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's son Hunter using his father's position to leverage a "lucrative" deal with Ukrainian energy company Burisma.
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Looking to buy a home? It'll cost you a lot more than a year ago
Home sales were up again in September with prices at a record high and inventory at a record low for the month.
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How to Watch the Final Presidential Debate
Tonight's event marks the final debate before Election Day, so be sure to tune in.
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'Emily in Paris' Viewers Can't Stop Mocking the Show, Now Read The Creator's Defense for All Those Clichés
As a "love letter" to Paris, Darren Star explained that the show was meant to display the city's glamor, even if it appears cliché.
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Lake Bell splits from Scott Campbell after 7 years of marriage
Lake Bell has confirmed her spilt from husband of seven years, artist Scott Campbell.
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Biden vs. Trump: ObamaCare, access to health care in rural US impacts voters' decisions
With only days until the 2020 presidential election, the topic of health care access, insurance and affordability is front and center in the minds of millions of Americans.
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Kobe and Gianna are two rising baby names of 2020. Karen's on the decline
Baby names typically trend as a reflection of the times, and it should come as no surprise that two names have experienced a major boost in popularity: Kobe and Gianna.
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Is Jennifer Lawrence Still a Republican? What She's Said About Trump
The notoriously outspoken actress indicated she's switched allegiances.
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Democrats boycott committee vote on Amy Coney Barrett's nomination
Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee have unilaterally advanced the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, in spite of a boycott by Democrats. Harvard Law Professor Alan Jenkins joined CBSN to break down what Barrett's impact could be on the court.
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The Post’s Presidential Debate Bingo cards for final Trump-Biden matchup
The prime-time presidential debates are back — and so is Post BINGO! After a longer than expected hiatus thanks to the vice-presidential tilt and President Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis, the incumbent and Democratic challenger Joe Biden will face-off for a second and final time before the election Thursday night in Nashville. And you can play along...
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Naples teachers bring socially distanced classes to the streets
NAPLES, Italy – Since schools in the southern Italian region of Campania closed due to a surge in COVID-19 cases, teachers have been taking their classes to the streets to prevent students from falling behind. Campania, around Naples, escaped largely unscathed from Italy’s first coronavirus wave in the spring, but the region has seen infections...
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Americans who lost their jobs to COVID-19 are finding news careers in different fields
As COVID-19 rages on, more temporary job losses have become permanent so Americans are switching careers during the pandemic.       
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HBO owner AT&T squeezed by losses in entertainment unit WarnerMedia
AT&T’s third quarter earnings were dragged down by the entertainment assets its recently acquired from Time Warner even as its new streaming service, HBO Max, continued to gain subscribers. The telecom giant behind Warner Bros. film studios and HBO said its profit for the three months ended in September fell to $2.8 billion, or 39...
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Republicans Expand Early Voting Lead over Democrats in Battleground Florida
Republicans have expanded their lead in early voting in the Sunshine State, according to data gleaned from the Florida Division of Elections.
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Don't Forget, Clint Eastwood Has Implied He May Not Vote For Trump
"The best thing we could do is just get Mike Bloomberg in there," Eastwood told "The Wall Street Journal" earlier this year.
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AP Reporter: Stakes are higher in final debate
President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, are set to square off in their final debate Thursday. AP's White House reporter, Jonathan Lemire says the debate still matters and can change the trajectory for both candidates. (Oct. 22)       
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Facebook launches dating platform in Europe after nine-month delay
Facebook’s dating platform is finally rolling out in Europe following a nine-month delay over privacy concerns. The social network’s matchmaking service will launch in 32 countries with the blessing of Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner, which had put the kibosh on planned rollout in February, revealing that it had only been informed a few days in...
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Trump's Authoritarian Slogans Aren't Just Shocking. They're Actually Dangerous | Opinion
They are deliberate, substantive attacks on the rule of law, truth in political discourse, and Americans' rights, freedoms, and values.
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Banning Abortion Is Only the Beginning for Barrett
The Supreme Court nominee may gut the legal foundation for rights to contraception, marriage equality, and more.
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Homemade Butterfinger Bites
The "crispety-crunchety" texture you love about Butterfingers is easy to replicate in this homemade version of its "bite-size" candies.
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How Doc Rivers and other legendary coaches influenced Tyronn Lue
New Clippers coach Tyronn Lue has never shied away from acknowledging Doc Rivers' mentorship but acknowleges his style is influenced by other coaches as well.
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Homemade PayDay Bars
A chewy caramelized milk toffee is wrapped in loads of roasted, salted peanuts in this ode to the PayDay candy bar.
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First look: See photos of the giant pool coming to Las Vegas' Circa Resort & Casino
The USA TODAY got a first-hand look at Stadium Swim – the giant pool coming to Downtown Las Vegas' Circa Resort & Casino when it opens this month.        
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Photos: First look at the giant pool coming to downtown Las Vegas
On Oct. 28, Circa Resort & Casino will open and visitors will have access to "Stadium Swim," an aquatic entertainment center open 365 days a year.       
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New on HBO and HBO Max November 2020
HBO is serving up some exciting new additions, including Between the World and Me and Stylish With Jenna Lyons. 
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‘SNL’ to make history with post-presidential election show
It will mark the 46th season's sixth consecutive show — a scheduling first in the show's history.
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Read Red Velvet Star Irene's Apology After 'Terrorizing' a Stylist At Work
"Looking back through this time, I was ashamed of my insufficient words and actions," she wrote.
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Truck driver in Minneapolis who drove through George Floyd protesters is charged
A truck driver who drove into a large crowd of protesters on a bridge in Minneapolis following the killing of George Floyd was charged Thursday with two criminal counts.
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Trump on Supreme Court case that could overturn Obamacare: “I hope they end it”
Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Trump got another chance to share his health care plan in a 60 Minutes interview. He didn’t have an answer. Days before the 2020 presidential election, President Donald Trump isn’t making any secret of his health care agenda: He wants the Supreme Court to strike down the Affordable Care Act — which could leave tens of millions without health care coverage — and he’s nowhere close to having a plan in its place. “I hope they end it,” Trump told 60 Minutes reporter Lesley Stahl, in an interview that the Trump campaign preemptively released over purported concerns that the president’s words would be misconstrued. “It’ll be so good if they end it.” Trump still continues to promise his nonexistent health care plan. He then says regarding Obamacare and the Supreme Court: "I hope that they end it, it will be so good if they end it." Asked how he will protect preexisting conditions, Trump continues to have no answer. pic.twitter.com/6sKUJEdjzX— The American Independent (@AmerIndependent) October 22, 2020 Obamacare, which Trump and congressional Republicans failed to repeal in 2017, is more popular than it’s ever been. Yet Trump’s Justice Department is supporting a lawsuit from 20 Republican states to overturn the law in its entirety. More than 20 million people could lose their insurance without a plan to replace the law. The law’s regulations that bar insurers from discriminating against people based on their medical history, its financial aid to help people buy insurance, and the Medicaid expansion that covered more than 12.5 million Americans would be wiped out. Trump has been gunning to end Obamacare, in one way or another, since he came into office. But he is yet to come up with a plan that could both pass through Congress and not lead to millions of Americans becoming uninsured. In the 60 Minutes interview, Stahl asked how Trump would protect people with preexisting conditions. “I’ll protect it,” Trump said. “Will be totally protected.” “How?” “They’ll be protected, Lesley,” the president repeated. “I mean, the people with pre-existing conditions are going to be protected.” Stahl tried one more time: “How?” Trump instead promised that a health care plan would be coming, eventually, some day. Once the country saw what the outcome of the Supreme Court case is. “It’s fully developed,” he said, without specifying any of its details. “It’s going to be announced very soon, when we see what happens with Obamacare.” Trump’s desire to appear to have a health care plan has been evident in the final months of the campaign. He signed a legally toothless executive order about preexisting conditions. His administration has been trying to figure out how to send $200 discount cards for prescription drugs to Medicare beneficiaries. Trump says he has a health care plan but the public hasn’t seen it. The fundamental problem for Trump is covering people with preexisting condition has already been accomplished — through Obamacare’s regulations for health insurers and the government assistance it provides to lower premiums. The various Republican health care plans would roll back both of those provisions, which makes insurance more expensive for people who are less healthy and would likely lead to millions of people losing coverage. That is not a replacement plan the public is likely to support. So instead, Trump continues to dodge when pressed on this issue, which is of critical importance to many voters. The stakes for US health care are high in the 2020 election. If Trump wins at the Supreme Court but doesn’t have a replacement plan, 20 million people or more could lose insurance; if Joe Biden wins and passes his health care plan, as many as 25 million coverage would gain coverage. Biden seems likely to draw that distinction at Thursday’s second, and final, presidential debate. Trump has laid up the argument for him with this latest interview. 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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Quinton Spain sends cryptic tweet after Bills suspiciously cut $15 million lineman
It sounds like there’s a lot more to the Bills-Quinton Spain story. The former Buffalo starting left guard — who was benched after Week 2 — took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce that he would be moving on from Buffalo and suggested there was underlying drama between him and the organization. “I want to...
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‘Emily in Paris’ hunk William Abadie dishes on dating, working in NYC nightlife
As the former maître d' of tony Upper East Side eatery Le Bilboquet, 47-year-old bachelor William Abadie has skyrocketed to fame as one of the sexy stars of Netflix’s smash-hit show “Emily in Paris.”
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Ken Starr: Amy Coney Barrett could be on Supreme Court for 4 decades and become next chief justice
“First of all, look at her age as well as her background which is so stellar and outstanding. She is 48 years old. Justice Ginsburg was 87 when she passed from this life. So, just doing the arithmetic, she has the potential to stay on, lets say, for four decades, so presidents will come and go. Four, five, or six presidents may come and go,” Starr told “America’s Newsroom.”
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Listen to Episode 44 of ‘Gang’s All Here’: Jets Fan Therapy Session feat. Damien Woody
The Jets are 0-6. They are losing games by more points than anyone in the NFL. It’s been hard to watch. We need to provide Jets fans with some relief during these difficult times. That’s why on a brand new episode of the “Gang’s All Here” podcast, Brian Costello and I open the show with...
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