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'Wives of the Deplorables' talk hubbies + politics
Married to Trump supporters and Republicans, these women confide in each other on a private Facebook page called "Wives of the Deplorables."
Breonna Taylor's mother wants new prosecutor to investigate cops who shot her daughter
Breonna Taylor's mother is accusing Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron of abusing the grand jury system and wants a new prosecutor to be appointed who is "committed to properly investigating the case."
Florida man socks Uber driver in mask-wearing fight
A man in Florida punched an Uber driver in the face when he asked him to put on a mask before getting into the car, a report said Wednesday. The suspect, 30-year-old Christopher Vacha, ordered the Uber at about 4:30 a.m. Tuesday to Treasure Island, near Tampa, the Smoking Gun reported. The driver, 68-year-old Raymond...
AP sources: Rockets hiring Stephen Silas to replace D'Antoni
The Houston Rockets and Stephen Silas have an agreement for the Dallas assistant to replace Mike D'Antoni as coach, multiple people with knowledge of the deal said Wednesday.
'Damning' Hunter Biden documents mysteriously vanish in transit to Los Angeles, Tucker says
A shipment of "damning" documents linked to Hunter Biden and his father mysteriously disappeared in transit to Los Angeles, Fox News host Tucker Carlson revealed on his show Wednesday night.
Docs from Hunter biz partner Tony Bobulinski reviewed by Senate committee so far are legit: report
A Senate committee has been able to verify the materials it has reviewed so far from Tony Bobulinski, a former Hunter Biden business partner, according to a report on Wednesday. Bobulinski provided the materials to the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, The Daily Caller reported. A spokesperson for Committee Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson...
500,000 lose power as Hurricane Zeta tears through Louisiana
Videos and images posted on social media show the storm tearing down power lines, flooding streets and even washing boats ashore.
Which Couples on 'Married at First Sight' Season 11 Stayed Together?
Only three couples chose to remain in their marriages on Decision Day.
Colorado AG steps in after landlord allegedly threatens rent raise at mobile home park if Biden wins
Colorado’s Attorney General sent a cease and desist letter to the owner of a mobile home park in Fort Morgan, Colo., following reports of voter intimidation after the landlord allegedly threatened to spike rent rates should Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden win on Nov. 3.
Ohio's rural-urban divide drives politics, to voters' dismay. 'You're either this or that.'
Party politics and Ohio demographics have changed, revealing a rural-urban divide in 2016. The 2020 election could show us just how deep it is.
Supreme Court allows North Carolina to extend deadline for receiving absentee ballots to 9 days after election
The U.S. Supreme Court declined on Wednesday to take up a challenge to North Carolina's decision to allow absentee ballots to be received and counted as late as nine days after voters head to the polls on Nov. 3.
Adam Gase will give up Jets play-calling again after flicker of hope
The Jets are sticking with what worked … for a little while. Jets coach Adam Gase said offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains will call the plays again this week against the Chiefs. Loggains took over play-calling last week against the Bills and had success early, with the Jets gaining 186 yards and scoring 10 points in...
Justice Department Charges 8 in Chinese Harassment Plot in U.S.
They allegedly worked on behalf of the Chinese government in an attempt to coerce a New Jersey man who was wanted by Beijing into returning to China
Kelly Osbourne shows off 85-pound weight loss, dons colorful 'vote' face mask while celebrating 36th birthday
Kelly Osbourne showed off her 85-pound weight loss at her 36th birthday party.
Tucker Carlson: What Tony Bobulinski told me and why it matters
Tuesday night, we heard at length and on camera from one of the Biden family's former business partners.
Dunkin’ releasing seasonal menu with winter flavors Nov. 4
So long, pumpkin spice.
'Electoral Terror': Federal Judge Compares Jacob Wohl's Voter-Discouraging Robocalls to KKK
U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero ordered far-right activists Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman to cease their campaign of "electoral terror" by making misleading robocalls while comparing the pair's tactics to those of the Ku Klux Klan on Wednesday.
Greg Hardy on MMA progression ahead of 10th pro fight: 'D-level fighter' to now 'I'm in the B class'
Greg Hardy happy with evolution in fight game.        Related StoriesUriah Hall accuses UFC champ Israel Adesanya of 'looking for easy fights'Kevin Holland happy to keep taking short-notice fights: 'I'm trying to be a real company man'Edson Barboza on his spinning wheel kick vs. Joaquin Buckley’s viral finish: 'Both are beautiful' KOs
Nationwide lockdown imposed in France as second coronavirus wave hits
French President Emmanuel Macron announced Wednesday that the country would move into another nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus as a second wave of the virus has cut rapidly across the nation, a report said. The lockdown, which will go into effect Friday, will last until at least the end of November, the...
Judge opens path for removal of Richmond’s Robert E. Lee statue
A Virginia judge ruled Tuesday that Gov. Ralph Northam’s order to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee can be enforced – but he also barred the governor from taking action pending an appeal.
Meghan Markle seeks to delay start of trial in privacy lawsuit
Meghan Markle is looking to push back her lawsuit against Mail on Sunday and Associated Newspapers after they published a letter she wrote to her father.
Rich Gannon says Justin Herbert is mentally armed to be a Chargers star
Former NFL quarterback standout Rich Gannon sees the physical abilities of Chargers' Justin Herbert, but believes the rookie's ability to think quickly is a difference-maker.
Former Homeland Security Official Reveals He Wrote ‘Anonymous’ Trump Critique
Miles Taylor left the Trump administration in June 2019 and endorsed Democrat Joe Biden for president
Two Long Island ‘superspreader’ events lead to 56 coronavirus cases
Two recent “superspreader” events on Long Island — including one that violated a state coronavirus mandate — have led to 56 new COVID-19 cases, county officials announced Wednesday. One of the gatherings, an Oct. 17 wedding at the North Fork Country Club in Cutchogue, had 91 attendees, violating the state executive that limits such non-essential...
Trump stumbles through final appeals to women as he vows to get their husbands back to work
President Donald Trump has employed a series of dubious reelection strategies, but none have been more befuddling than his sexist appeals to women that have illuminated the 1950s mindset that he can't seem to shake.
Boeing will lay off another 7,000 workers as losses mount
Boeing announced it will cut an additional 7,000 jobs as its losses continue to mount following a plunge in revenue.
Hugh Grant makes very British ‘dogging’ joke at Hamptons drive-in screening
"Maybe you’ll do some necking, or some dogging … whatever people do in cars in the Hamptons.”
Khloé Kardashian reveals positive coronavirus test in ‘KUWTK’ sneak peek
Kardashian confirms she had the novel virus earlier this year in a selfie-style video recording which is featured in Thursday's episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
Food writer serves teeny, tiny tacos to chipmunk
Food writer opens "restaurant" for chipmunk featuring miniature dishes. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Hurricane Zeta unleashes fury on Louisiana coast
Hurricane Zeta has begun to batter Mississippi's Gulf Coast with a dangerous storm surge, high winds and heavy rain. (Oct. 28)       
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Michigan governor on Trump: We deserve better as a nation
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and CNN's Anderson Cooper discuss President Trump's recent comment about the alleged plot to kidnap her.
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Charlamagne tha God: My Audible deal doesn’t mean I’m leaving iHeartRadio
“That’s another announcement."
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SCOTUS upholds mail-in ballot extension in North Carolina
Under the Supreme Court's order, mailed ballots postmarked on or before Election Day must be received by 5 p.m. on November 12 in order to be counted.
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Michigan couple swiped millions in COVID aid, splurged on jewelry and clothes
A Michigan couple stole $2.5 million worth of COVID-19 pandemic aid and bragged about buying fancy cars, jewelry and designer clothes on Instagram, prosecutors said Tuesday. Micahia Taylor, 27, and Johnny Richardson, 25, both of Detroit, conspired with Brandi Hawkins, a contract unemployment worker, to file fake claims so they could rake in the money...
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Kristin Cavallari 'looking forward' to spending Thanksgiving with kids, Jay Cutler ‘as a family’ amid divorce
In April, Cavallari and Cutler announced their divorce after 10 years together.
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Mask mandates lead to lower rates of coronavirus hospitalizations, Vanderbilt researchers find
Areas of Tennessee where residents regularly wear masks in public have seen notably smaller increases in COVID-19 hospitalizations since June, researchers at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine found. 
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Crowd chants 'lock him up' as Trump slams Biden
President Donald Trump is using the final days of the campaign against Joe Biden to maintain a whirlwind schedule. Speaking in Goodyear, Arizona, Trump slammed Biden as "the worst candidate ever to run in the history of a presidential election." (Oct. 28)       
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Italian town auctions homes for $1 to bring in residents: Report
The town of Salemi, Italy, is joining the trend that other Sicilian towns have already started -- auctioning off homes starting at just one Euro.
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Trump slams Big Tech: ‘They’re taking away your rights’
President Trump has some harsh words for Big Tech. In a video posted to Twitter Wednesday night, President Trump slammed tech companies such as Google for censoring stories about his opponent, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. “Now they’ve taken it to a new level,” he said on the White House lawn. “What they’re doing now...
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Booker: Dem Senate Will 'Balance Scales and Do Justice' in Response to Barrett Confirmation
Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) said Wednesday on MSNBC's "All In" that if Democrats win control of the Senate, they will "right wrongs, balance scales and do justice" in response to Republicans’ confirming Amy Coney Barrett as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Cuomo confronts 'anonymous' op-ed author: You lied to us
Miles Taylor, who has revealed he was the anonymous senior Trump administration official who wrote a 2018 New York Times op-ed and a subsequent book critical of President Donald Trump, explains why he lied when asked if he was "anonymous" on CNN in August.
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Trump: virus treatment made me feel like Superman
President Donald Trump spoke during a campaign rally in Arizona on Wednesday about his experience contracting COVID-19, saying he "felt like superman" after receiving an experimental antibody cocktail. (Oct. 28)       
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Whitmer: Every Time Trump Talks About Me I Get More Threats -- People with AR-15s on My Lawn
Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) said Wednesday on MSNBC's "All In With" that every time President Donald Trump "focuses on my state or on me, we see the violent rhetoric increase."
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UCLA suspends defensive lineman Steven Mason after felony arrest
UCLA defensive lineman Steven Mason has been suspended indefinitely after his arrest earlier this month on suspicion of felony domestic violence and child endangerment.
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Big East teams bracing for COVID-19 challenge: ‘Total s–t show’
Basketball felt like an afterthought on Wednesday. Big East coaches and players talked about their hopes and goals for the upcoming men’s basketball season. There was a preseason poll and individual all-conference honors. But it was secondary. Instead of jump shots, crossovers and dunks, testing, social distancing and quarantine were the most frequently used phrases....
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Former Baltimore Colts, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Jimmy Orr dies at 85
A 13-year NFL veteran, Jimmy Orr was perhaps best known for being wide open in Super Bowl III, but was never seen by Baltimore Colts QB Earl Morrall.        
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Signature verification could complicate massive mail ballot count, experts say
ABC News got an exclusive look at how election officials in Washington, D.C., perform signature verifications before mail-in ballots are counted.
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Bryce Mitchell was ready to sneak in camo shorts, fight security if Reebok hadn't obliged
Thankfully Reebok gave Bryce Mitchell his camo shorts.        Related StoriesUriah Hall accuses UFC champ Israel Adesanya of 'looking for easy fights'Edson Barboza on his spinning wheel kick vs. Joaquin Buckley’s viral finish: 'Both are beautiful' KOsThanh Le talks knockouts ahead of featherweight title challenge at ONE Championship 118 
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