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Who’s Succeeding Against the Coronavirus and Why
Four months after the coronavirus outbreak was declared a global health emergency, countries around the world have seen vastly different results from their efforts to fight the pandemic.
South Korea says Kim apologized for official's "unfortunate" killing
The North Korean dictator has purportedly told South Korea he's "very sorry" about the incident at sea. It would be an unprecedented apology.
Surge of ballot requests already setting records in the US
Interest in pre-Election Day voting is skyrocketing around the country, with more than 28 million ballots already requested and another 43 million set to be automatically mailed to voters, according to a CNN survey of election offices in 42 states and Washington, DC -- another sign of what is expected to be a record-shattering turnout.
Trump targets Biden's lighter campaign schedule ahead of first debate
Joe Biden's campaign at 9:20 a.m. ET on Thursday called a "lid" -- a term used to inform reporters that the Democratic presidential nominee wouldn't be making any public appearances for the rest of the day.
NYC's disastrous start to the school year is a cautionary tale
Amanda Geduld, an English teacher in the Bronx, found out from her own students and a Twitter alert that NYC had pushed back the start of school yet again. She says mayor Bill de Blasio and chancellor Richard Carranza, in their mismanagement of the school reopening process, have broken faith and trust with teachers, parents, students and staff.
Ohio convict flees courthouse in escape caught on camera
A manhunt was underway this week for an Ohio drug suspect who fled from a courtroom Tuesday, according to reports.
Op-Ed: California's burning; Americans are dying. I'm safe in Finland. Why would I ever go home?
I'm a Northern Californian but I find myself inching toward a status I never dreamed of: expat.
In Israel, the Jewish High Holidays clash with a new coronavirus lockdown
In Israel, the holiest period on the Jewish calendar has coincided with the world's first re-imposed national coronavirus lockdown.
Arguments for and against filling the Supreme Court seat ahead of the election
"The Takeout" podcast this week focuses on the conservative and liberal arguments surrounding the filling of the Supreme Court seat left vacant by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.
The House seats most likely to flip in November
Less than six weeks out from the election, House Republicans have a chance to just pick up a handful of seats. But so do Democrats.
Offensive line coaches play a pivotal role for NFL teams. Meet Washington’s John Matsko.
Offensive line coaches are among the most important position coaches in the NFL, and that's amplified in Washington with experienced John Matsko leading a young, patched-together unit.
This cashier loaned a customer $12. A grateful community repaid the cashier more than $11,000.
Houston Walgreens cashier Rita Jackson Burns had just $20 in her bank account when she loaned a customer $12. Her community responded in a big way.
Penny Nance: It’s time to put first conservative woman on Supreme Court
Conservative women are thrilled. President Trump’s commitment to nominate a conservative, constitutionalist woman to serve on the Supreme Court is a historic moment for America.
Editorial: Fire-prone brush is no place for homeless people to camp
No homeless people should be camping in brush areas of Los Angeles that could explode with fire. They should be evacuated.
Letters to the Editor: 64 wrongful UC admissions out of many thousands are not a scandal
Over six years, four UC schools considered 2.4 million applicants, a few dozen of which were improperly offered admission. That isn't a scandal.
Dozens of Christopher Columbus statues have been removed since June
One Taíno leader said the statues coming down is "almost like a weight off my chest."
How Congress is pushing back against Trump’s unprecedented use of emergency powers
Unless the laws change, future presidents are more likely to exploit emergency powers, now that Trump has ended the tradition of restraint.
Endorsement: Steve Morgan, David Berger, David Diamond for L.A. County Superior Court
Judicial seats on the Superior Court may seem the most obscure ballot items, but they now loom large as building blocks in a foundation of justice.
Qatari Textbooks Teach Anti-Semitism | Opinion
Disturbing new evidence has emerged that Qatar continues to teach anti-Semitic tropes and present hateful depictions of Jews in its government-published textbooks for schoolchildren.
The Blowout House Race That Says Everything You Need to Know About the Next Congress
If you thought things were crazy before, just Qwait.
A Vaccine Won’t Be the End
Many of us are hoping that an effective vaccine will end mask-wearing and social distancing. That would be a mistake.
Overnight Billionaires: Airbnb
It turned ordinary neighborhoods into tourist destinations, and ordinary people into backdoor innkeepers. Did it create the community it promised?
‘The Comey Rule’ might make you angry. The people who made it hope it serves as a lesson.
Jeff Daniels, who plays James Comey, says Americans need to be a lot more informed than they were in 2016.
There’s a little too much ‘Fargo’ in the new season of ‘Fargo,’ but the trip is still worth taking
Chris Rock and Jason Schwartzman head “Fargo’s” new cast, but they aren’t the show’s standouts.
This crowd of RBG fans showed Trump what law and order really sounds like
They told him with a three-word chant. (Hint: It wasn’t ‘Lock him up.’)
Teenage brothers from McLean launched an online tutoring service for elementary school students
Alex and Ben Joel created Intutorly, which matches volunteer tutors with students in need across the country.
Should statues of Christopher Columbus come down?
Dozens of Christopher Columbus statues have come down across the United States in recent months as America reckons with its past. We take a look at the complicated legacy of Columbus and whether he merits a monument.
BW Parkway closed due to serious crash
Crash closes Baltimore-Washington Parkway
5 things to know for September 25: Election, protests, Covid-19, N Korea, Benadryl
Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day.
North Korea issues rare apology after killing South Korean official at sea
North Korea sent an apology letter to South Korea’s presidential office on Friday.
Jaime Harrison Taunts Lindsey Graham After Senator Says He's 'Getting Killed Financially'
The Democratic Senate candidate said Graham has "realized he's going to lose" when votes are counted on November 3.
Why Kentucky’s Black Attorney General Is So Beloved by McConnell, Trump and Their Very White Party
The man who announced this week’s Breonna Taylor decision is a Republican star.
The Queen's real estate portfolio is being slammed by the pandemic. Taxpayers will bail her out
The coronavirus pandemic is slamming the vast property empire that provides Queen Elizabeth II with a significant chunk of her income. British taxpayers could be making up the shortfall for years to come.
London officer shot dead while detaining suspect at station
A British police officer was shot dead inside a London police station early Friday while detaining a suspect, who also sustained a gunshot wound.
Russia Is Key to Preventing U.S.-China Cold War: Gorbachev
The former Soviet leader warned that the coronavirus pandemic has set Washington, D.C. and Beijing on the path to conflict.
What It’s Like to Moderate a Presidential Debate
The moderator of one of Mexico’s 2018 debates on one of the most terrifying experiences in journalism.
Danny Trejo distributes meals to homeless veterans in LA
Actor Danny Trejo invited the media along as he handed out meals to homeless veterans in west Los Angeles, for the Everest Foundation. (Sept. 25)
South Africa has the world's worst youth unemployment. This job-matching site wants to change that
South Africa was already struggling with record-high unemployment before the pandemic. Mobile recruitment platform Giraffe wants to help.
Police Officer Shot Dead Inside Station By Suspect Who Then Shoots Himself
The victim has not been named and the suspect remains in a critical condition is hospital following the shooting at 2am on Friday.
Montana Restaurant Owner Charged With Raping Employee, Sexually Assaulting Another
Chien "Howard" Hwa Shen is alleged to have attacked the two women at one of the restaurants he co-owns in Billings.
Federal judge orders nationwide 2020 census counting to continue through October 31
A federal judge in California ruled late Thursday night that national counting for the 2020 census can continue through October 31.
On This Day: 25 September 2007
In 2007, hundreds of people gathered in New York as "Halo 3" was given one of the biggest launches in US gaming history. (Sept. 25)
2 vehicles hit Breonna Taylor protesters in Los Angeles
All of the injuries are believed to be minor, police said.
Israel's Cautionary Tale for Risk-Averse Republicans | Opinion
Republicans should understand that no matter how ugly the fight over whether to confirm a new justice to the Supreme Court before November 3 becomes, it will be a walk in the park compared to the war for the survival of democracy in which Israelis are now engaged.
A landmark house, a world-class garden
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Seilheimers prepare to leave their stately hilltop haven in Orange, Va.
Wyoming Police Hit Protester With Car After He 'Entered the Path of the Vehicle'
The 22-year-old, who was not knocked over or seriously injured in the impact, refused any medical care.
'I hope all the fans return home healthy': Bayern Munich wins social-distanced Super Cup
Bayern Munich powers its way to Super Cup glory in front of 15,000 fans
Bayern Munich lifted the UEFA Super Cup on Thursday, after beating Sevilla 2-1 in front of more than 15,000 fans.