Tools
Angela Hill: Israel Adesanya, Colby Covington held to different standards
Angela Hill believes that while Israel Adesanya and Colby Covington made recent controversial actions and statements, they're held to different standards.        Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 16's Carlos Felipe calls 'bipolar' Yorgan De Castro a hypocriteUFC on ESPN 16's Yorgan De Castro learned the importance of backup plans from Greg Hardy lossJulianna Pena: 'I'm the only clear-cut answer' for a title shot after UFC on ESPN 16 
usatoday.com
Appeals judges uphold lower court’s order to continue census count
The Trump administration had sought to block a ruling against earlier deadlines.
washingtonpost.com
CNN10 - 10/1/20
A U.S. Navy flight is tracked by Russian fighters over the Black Sea, coronavirus brings changes to U.S. political campaigns, and we travel from sea to sky.
edition.cnn.com
Veteran Groups Question Donald Trump's Commitment to Ending Wars, Support for Troops
"We've been at war for two decades. No one mentioned finding an end to those wars," Army veteran and CEO of Diesel Jack Media/Ranger Up, told Newsweek.
newsweek.com
'The Masked Singer' Season 2 Episode 2 Live Blog and Commentary
Judges have teased a truly wild episode, and we're ready to watch.
newsweek.com
House Democrats’ stimulus bill includes stimulus checks for illegal immigrants, protections from deportations
A massive stimulus package proposed by Democrats in the House of Representatives includes a number of items that will benefit illegal immigrants -- including an expansion of stimulus checks and protections from deportations for illegal immigrants in certain “essential” jobs.
foxnews.com
Fans to be allowed at World Series, NLCS in Arlington, Texas
Fans can take themselves out to the ball game for the first time this season during the NL Championship Series and World Series at new Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
foxnews.com
State Liquor Authority’s unjust enforcement deadly to lockdown-strained bars, eateries
The State Liquor Authority, not COVID-19, is the biggest threat to newly relaunched indoor dining in New York City. While the infection rate outside a handful of neighborhoods remains barely more than 1 percent — and death and hospitalization rates are at rock bottom — the state booze Gestapo’s reign of restaurant terror runs on...
nypost.com
Inside influencer Lindsi Lane’s $25K/month NYC apartment
The cherry-patterned wallpaper in the bathroom is also found in Scores strip club.
nypost.com
Seven Shot, Wounded Outside Milwaukee Funeral Home
Seven people were shot Wednesday afternoon at roughly 12:45 p.m. while preparing to go into a Milwaukee, Wisconsin, funeral home. 
breitbart.com
Moderator Chris Wallace on the wild presidential debate: 'It was revealing'
The angry exchanges between President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden made it a challenging evening for the "Fox News Sunday" anchor.
latimes.com
Billionaire Jorge Pérez selling Florida penthouse with private pool for $7.5M
The CEO of Related Group of Florida, which builds luxury condos, put his own on the market.
nypost.com
The ‘Russiagate’ games politicized US intelligence, too
Evidence continues to mount that Obama officials’ drive to conjure up the Russiagate “scandal” in order to cripple the Trump presidency went well beyond politicization of the Justice Department. It now looks like then-CIA chief John Brennan drummed up a phony intelligence community “consensus” on Russian election meddling. In fact, two senior intel officials told...
nypost.com
Far-right groups, feeling support from Trump, find fertile recruiting ground in the Northwest
The unrest roiling Portland, Ore., and other cities this year has been a powerful recruiting tool for organizations like the Proud Boys, Patriot Prayer and the Three Percenters. But not everyone who supports them is draped in camo and AR-15s.
latimes.com
Kathie Lee Gifford talks her second act in life: 'All I ever wanted to do is be an actress and be a singer'
The former 'Today' co-host stars in the film "Then Came You" alongside former late-night host Craig Ferguson.
foxnews.com
Dodgers vs. Brewers lineups: Mookie Betts leads off; Edwin Rios at DH
The top of the Dodgers' lineup for Game 1 against the Milwaukee Brewers has a very familiar look. Edwin Ríos will play at designated hitter.
latimes.com
Hollywood fears movie theaters 'may not survive' COVID-19 pandemic
"We fear for their future." That's studios and directors' message to Washington about the dire state of the movie theater industry.
latimes.com
'ARE YOU READY?': AC/DC announces reunion 40 years after 'Back in Black,' reveals lineup
AC/DC has announced that five of the band's longtime members will reunite for something called "PWRUP." Find out who's returning here.       
usatoday.com
K9 finds 24 pounds of cocaine stashed in NYC pad’s secret ‘compartment’
A sharp-nosed police pooch sniffed out more than 24 pounds of cocaine that was stashed behind bathroom vanity in the Bronx apartment of an alleged drug trafficker. The Port Authority police K-9 Balu helped bust alleged trafficker, Cesar Chavez, 51, and two others in The Bronx who possessed $125,000 in cash and the large quantity...
nypost.com
Facebook will reject ads that spread doubt on election results or methods
Facebook said Wednesday it will not accept ads that seek to delegitimize the results of the 2020 US election or that speculate voting will lead to illegitimate outcomes.
edition.cnn.com
4 million more Americans turn to Medicaid as coronavirus roils the economy
Just over 4 million more Americans turned to Medicaid last spring as the coronavirus pandemic upended the nation's economy, new federal data released Wednesday shows.
edition.cnn.com
How to handle a second COVID-19 wave
Europe is seeing a second wave of COVID, and America may be heading the same way. It’s certainly cause for concern — but not panic. Daily cases in the EU and UK hit record highs last month. Some areas are reimposing restrictions to curb the spread. The United States so far hasn’t seen a second...
nypost.com
California wildfire scorches wine country as death toll rises
The Zogg Fire is burning in Shasta and Tehama counties and has scorched more than 51,000 acres.
cbsnews.com
New York City mother killed by stray bullet that entered apartment window
A New York City mother has died Wednesday after being struck by a stray bullet that entered her apartment’s window – leaving her to be found by her 14-year-old son, police say. 
foxnews.com
Government ad campaign on COVID-19 response come under scrutiny
A $300 million advertising campaign by the Department of Health and Human Services that was intended to "inspire hope" about the response to COVID-19 is coming under scrutiny. Politico health care reporter Dan Diamond joined "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano to discuss why some agency officials and even celebrities are backing out.
cbsnews.com
Moderator Chris Wallace Says Donald Trump Could Keep Interrupting Even If They Cut His Microphone
"It might well have been picked up on Biden's microphone, and it still would have disrupted the proceedings in the hall," Wallace said.
newsweek.com
Virginia Senate race sees underdog GOP challenger confident despite uphill battle
Virginia’s Senate race is between a well-known Democratic incumbent and an underdog Republican political newcomer, but the challenger is confident he can close in down the stretch.
foxnews.com
New York Times to re-report ‘Caliphate’ podcast after ‘hoax’ arrest
The New York Times, after first defending a critically acclaimed podcast about the caliphate in Syria, now says it will assign a new reporting team to re-examine the Pulitzer Prize-nominated series after one of the central subjects was arrested in Canada last week and charged with “hoax terrorist activity.” Shehroze Chaudhry, 25, spoke with The...
nypost.com
Fantasy football rankings for NFL's Week 4: Alvin Kamara can do it all
Saints running back Alvin Kamara takes over top spot among running backs in Week 4 at Detroit; Patrick Mahomes, Tyler Lockett lead their positions.        
usatoday.com
Stocks end higher on stimulus hopes even as Wall Street slams debate
Stocks ended the day higher on Wednesday, no thanks to Tuesday night’s chaotic and widely-criticized presidential debate. Stock indices soared in early morning trading with the Dow Jones industrial average rising more than 550 points at the session’s high on renewed hopes for a stimulus package. Speaking at CNBC’s “Delivering Alpha” conference, Treasury Secretary Steven...
nypost.com
UFC on ESPN 16's Yorgan De Castro learned the importance of backup plans from Greg Hardy loss
Yorgan De Castro fights Carlos Felipe in the co-main event of UFC on ESPN 16.        Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 16's Carlos Felipe calls 'bipolar' Yorgan De Castro a hypocriteJulianna Pena: 'I'm the only clear-cut answer' for a title shot after UFC on ESPN 16Julianna Pena: 'I'm the only clear-cut answer' for a title shot after UFC on ESPN 16 - Enclosure 
usatoday.com
Sen. Chuck Grassley: 'I'd be very concerned' about how Donald Trump's tax returns got out
Asked about the substance of the New York Times' reporting that Trump paid $750 in income tax in 2016 and 2017, Grassley said he doesn't have enough evidence.       
usatoday.com
7 shot outside Wisconsin funeral home
Seven people were shot and wounded Wednesday in an apparent drive-by shooting outside a Milwaukee funeral home. (Sept. 30)       
usatoday.com
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
cbsnews.com
Florida Mayor's right-hand man caught seeking political activist protesters to disrupt DeSantis event
St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman’s right-hand man, Kevin King, reportedly sent out a Facebook message last week asking for political activists to show up and disrupt an event, being held by GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis. 
foxnews.com
Major League Baseball will allow fans to attend World Series
This is the first time fans will be allowed to attend a Major League Baseball game since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the league said.
cbsnews.com
Woman arrested for using 6 children steal Trump campaign signs, authorities say
A woman in upstate New York was arrested Sunday for allegedly using six children to steal Trump campaign signs from people’s homes, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.  
foxnews.com
Irregular periods linked to a greater risk of an early death, study suggests
Doctors should pay more attention to women's menstrual cycles and treat them as an additional vital sign to assess a patient's health, researchers have said, after a new study found a link between irregular periods and a greater risk of early death.
edition.cnn.com
Hilary Duff says she had 'big frustrations' over being typecast after 'Lizzie McGuire'
The show ran from 2001 to 2004 on Disney Channel and a 2003 film followed the character as well.
foxnews.com
Singer and feminist icon Helen Reddy dies at 78
Helen Reddy, who rose to fame as a feminist icon after singing the unoffocial anthem of the women’s rights movement in the 1970s, has died in Los Angeles at the age of 78. Jamie Yuccas has more on the singer's life.
cbsnews.com
Report: Laptop, Memory Sticks to Program Philadelphia Voting Machines Stolen 
Multiple memory sticks and a laptop used to program voting machine in Philadelphia have been stolen from a city warehouse, according to a Wednesday report.
breitbart.com
Debates commission plans changes to presidential debate format
One key change it plans to implement: Cutting off the microphones of Trump and Biden if they break the rules, according to a source familiar with the commission's deliberations.
cbsnews.com
Moderna CEO says its COVID vaccine will not be ready before election
Moderna's CEO said his company's coronavirus vaccine won't be ready for distribution to the general population until next spring. Nikki Battiste reports.
cbsnews.com
Suspect charged in ambush-style shooting of 2 Los Angeles sheriff's deputies
Authorities have arrested and charged 36-year-old Deonte Lee Murray in connection with an ambush-style shooting that left two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies wounded. Carter Evans reports.
cbsnews.com
Celebrity chef José Andrés to serve food at voting polls, feed voters and poll workers
World Central Kitchen will target polling locations that have historically had long lines, where large turnouts are expected or that have limited facilities.
foxnews.com
Athletics beat White Sox to force Game 3 – but will they regret burning closer Liam Hendriks?
Oakland manager Bob Melvin went to closer Liam Hendriks with a five-run lead in the eighth and it nearly backfired as the A's held on for a 5-3 victory.       
usatoday.com
Annie Leibovitz’s old Central Park pad returns with price cut
The four-bedroom condo with cathedral-style ceilings is now on the market for $2.99 million.
nypost.com