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Il Consiglio della Lega di A ha approvato, solo per questa stagione, una modifica al regolamento della Coppa, accorciando i tempi della partita
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These are five bet-against college football teams in 2020
The 2019 national champion LSU Tigers were truly a team for the ages. Led by dead-eye Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Joe Burrow, who completed 76 percent of his throws for more than 5,600 yards, the Tigers steamrolled eight SEC opponents by an average of 21.6 points per game before dismantling playoff foes Oklahoma and Clemson by...
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From migrant to pop star: Tresor opens up about his journey
From a volcanic eruption that destroyed his home in the Democratic Republic of Congo, to experiencing devastating loss and setting off on his own in search of a fresh start in a new country, Tresor Riziki understands what it means to embrace second chances.
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3 Million People Could Be Eligible for a Stimulus Check in These Four States
People who may be eligible for a payment but have yet to receive one have until October 15 to claim their stimulus check.
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NYPD busts 22 people at Lower Manhattan anti-ICE demonstration
22 people were arrested during the rally, which made its way down to World Trade Center to speak out against allegations of unwanted hysterectomies at the border.
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Van Morrison Writing Songs About COVID Restriction Unhappiness and Fans Have Title Ideas
"No More Lockdowns" doesn't really have the same ring to it that "Brown Eyed Girl" does, does it?
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'Our honeymoon is over': Mike McCarthy seeks first win as Dallas Cowboys coach after Week 1 disappointment
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy knows the pressure is on his team Sundayin its game against the Falcons after a disappointing Week 1 loss to the Rams.       
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Van Morrison protests Covid-19 lockdowns in the UK in three new songs
The 74-year-old Northern Irish singer has criticized the government for canceling live music shows and questioned the science behind Covid-19 restrictions.
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Biden's mistakes could cost him badly in debate with Trump
With 47 days until election day, Biden took full advantage of the national spotlight to address the issues, call for unity and attack his opponent, President Donald Trump. But there were holes in his performance.
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U.S. To Bar Downloads Of TikTok, WeChat
As of Sunday, no mobile app store in the U.S. will be allowed to distribute or maintain the popular Chinese-owned apps, the Commerce Department says.
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Harvey Weinstein Stripped of Royal Honor By Queen Elizabeth II
Harvey Weinstein has had his CBE honor from Queen Elizabeth II quashed in disgrace over his "appalling" #MeToo rape conviction.
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Celebrities who have spoken out about living with bipolar disorder
The list of celebrities who have become advocates for the disorder is longer than you may think.
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Here comes the first day of fall! The autumnal equinox is Tuesday.
Our long, hot summer is finally coming to an end on Tuesday, Sept. 22 with the autumnal equinox, which marks the beginning of fall.        
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The British Nigerian designer making technicolor adult playgrounds
In just three years, Yinka Ilori Studio has fired up UK design with lively, immersive public works and furniture design based on his heritage.
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Jane Fonda Reveals She Once Skinny Dipped with Michael Jackson
"I found him very touching," Fonda said on WWHL. "A very interesting character."
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Putin, Poison and the Importance of Alexey Navalny
Alexey Navalny is Russia’s most prominent opposition figure, an anti-corruption investigator whose exposes have targeted President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle. 
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'Inside LFA with Ron Kruck:' Finishes galore at LFA 91
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Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt reunite for virtual table read
The exes performed a steamy scene together – and some of the other stars couldn't help but giggle.
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Dwindling ranks and declining public trust plague police agencies amid summer of protests
Police departments have reported a spate of retirements and say recruitment is increasingly difficult.
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Women in Iran Chant 'Navid Is a Hero' at Gravesite of Executed Wrestler
There has been outrage at the death of Navid Afkari, 27, who took part in protests in 2018 and said he was tortured into confessing a murder.
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Mouthwatering Street Foods Around the World
From the more recognizable (like elotes, Mexican street corn) to the less well-known (Socca, a French cross between flatbread and pancake), these tidbits available from food trucks and carts will enliven your sense of adventure even though widespread travel might be off the table for the time being.
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Who Is Victoria Neuman on ‘The Boys’? Meet Claudia Doumit
It's congressional powers vs. superpowers on The Boys Season 2.
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Twitter’s public policy chief departs to join Joe Biden’s transition team
A former Democratic aide who served as Twitter’s director of public policy has left the social media company’s Washington, DC, office to join Joe Biden’s transition team, according to a report. The Democratic presidential nominee’s team declined to comment to Politico, which cited a source familiar with Carlos Monje’s move, what his new role is....
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Big Ten football: Public health experts weigh in on risks as cases spike on campuses
One infectious disease expert said it's "really hard" to see a strategy for the Big Ten to play an 8-game season because of the high case rate on campuses.       
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Sarah Paulson on new Netflix series "Ratched" and revisiting iconic "Cuckoo's Nest" character
Sarah Paulson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her new Netflix series "Ratched," which is inspired by the iconic character, asylum nurse Mildred Ratched, from both the book and movie "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
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Biden and Trump Gear Up for the Debates
Joe Biden took questions from voters at a town hall and President Trump held an airport rally in Wisconsin. Here’s the latest.
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'I Dream of Jeannie' 55th anniversary: Why Barbara Eden counted herself out for iconic role
"I Dream of Jeannie" premiered 55 years go. The genie herself, Barbara Eden, remembers late co-star, Larry Hagman, as "so talented and so very sweet."        
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Govt Introduces Localised Restrictions, Mulls Nationwide Second Lockdown
The Johnson administration has imposed localised restrictions in the North East of England, affecting millions, while government scientists have reportedly advised a second nationwide lockdown next month.
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Tesla driver busted for taking a nap — while going 93 mph on autopilot
It was neither the time nor the place.
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You Don't Have to Be a Democrat to See the Wildfires for What They Are | Opinion
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Browns-Bengals fantasy football takeaways: Joe Burrow, Nick Chubb
The second installation of “Thursday Night Football” came in the form of an AFC North shootout between the Browns and the Bengals. Joe Burrow, the No. 1 overall pick from this year’s draft, attempted a whopping 61 passes, but was ultimately bested by the Browns. Baker Mayfield looked much better in Week 2, but it...
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90-Year-Old Man Shoots His Therapist During Session, Police Say
The 43-year-old woman was taken to hospital in Bordeaux, France, following the shooting on Thursday.
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'O.C.' actress Samaire Armstrong voices support for Trump, says 'far left mob' has silenced Americans
“The O.C.” actress Samaire Armstrong posted a passionate video on Wednesday pledging her support for Donald Trump for the 2020 presidential election.
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NRA raised more in August than any month of 2016, as Biden-Trump showdown nears
The NRA raised more in August than in any other month of the 2020 election cycle.
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US to restrict access to TikTok and WeChat
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English pea toast
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Kenosha shooting's suspect Kyle Rittenhouse receives $50G donation from gun rights group
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Texas Man Jailed After Plotting on Dark Web to Rape, Kill and Eat Child
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Breonna Taylor's Mother: 'I Won't Go Away, I'll Still Fight'
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A city named Asbestos: Debate over name change turns toxic
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Damage from wildfires' toxic air lingers long after the smoke clears
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Mo Willems and The Storytime All-Stars Present: Don’t Let The Pigeon Do Storytime!’ On HBO Max
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Assaults on NYC correction officers surge over past year
The city’s correctional officers took a serious beating last year from inmates, as new data shows a dramatic increase — and a five-year high.
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Black families wary of return to school: "I've seen the system fail us"
"We haven't been given a lot of reason to trust the system," said one Black mom. "Why would we trust it now, and with our most precious thing: our child."
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The Technology 202: Trump administration block on TikTok downloads raises stakes in negotiations
The Commerce Department will ban downloads of TikTok and WeChat effective Sunday.
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Disney World plans to reopen one water park in 2021
Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon have been closed since March.
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Dwight Howard is having a hard time inside NBA bubble
It wasn’t always a sure thing that Dwight Howard would join the Lakers in the NBA’s bubble. More than two months in, he doesn’t exactly sound like a fan of it — other than the Lakers being eight wins away from what they came for: a championship. “There’s really nothing to do. If I can...
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Emmys 2020: Who will win (and who really should) at this year's awards
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Hundreds of Heavily-Armed Gun Activists Surround Michigan State Capitol
Demonstrators waved Confederate flags and Trump campaign banners on the lawn outside the capitol building
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