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De Blasio doesn’t have a grasp on staffing needs a week before school starts
The city does not have a final grasp on school staffing needs a week before the start of in-person learning for K-12 kids, Mayor de Blasio said Tuesday. “I like to be straightforward when there isn’t yet a final number,” Hizzoner said at his daily press briefing when asked for a specific figure. “The bottom...
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12 amazing places to buy ethical shoes online
Where to buy ethically made shoes. Sustainable brands that meet several standards to protect the environment through footwear production.       
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Xi Jinping downplays China’s handling of coronavirus in UN address
Chinese President Xi Jinping shrugged off responsibility for his country’s disastrous handling of the coronavirus, while insisting that a globalized future is inevitable during remarks Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly. “No case should be missed, and no patient should be left untreated,” Xi said. “The spread of the virus must be contained. “Any...
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Trump claims COVID "affects virtually nobody" as U.S. deaths hit 200K
The United States has for many months had the highest number of infections and deaths in the world.
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Gerardo Fanny expecting slugfest vs. Jack Cartwright at Cage Warriors 115
Gerardo Fanny knows he's in for a firefight against Jack Cartwright, and he wouldn't have it any other way.        Related StoriesMichael Chandler: Justin Gaethje a threat, but betting against Khabib at UFC 254 is crazyBellator rebooks Patricio Freire vs. Pedro Carvalho title fight for Nov. 12 in ConnecticutBellator rebooks Patricio Freire vs. Pedro Carvalho title fight for Nov. 12 in Connecticut - Enclosure 
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Adidas is offering up to 50% off sneakers, athleisure and more during its Fall Sale
Adidas has just launched its Fall Sale, and there are a ton of pieces to save on for men, women and kids as everyone starts turning to cozier clothes for working out and hanging out at home.
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BYU quarterback Zach Wilson echoes Kirk Cousins' take on coronavirus: 'We would rather just play football'
BYU quarterback Zach Wilson isn’t worried about the lasting side effects of the coronavirus after being diagnosed himself back in July. 
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Romney and Republicans Are Doubling Down on Being Trump's Party | Opinion
As Republicans rush to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat, power, principle and the GOP's future hang in the balance.
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Survey: 74% of hotels will have to lay off more employees without coronavirus aid from Congress
Nearly three-quarters of hotels will have to lay off more employees than they already have during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new survey.      
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Wisconsin declares new public health emergency after surge in coronavirus cases among young people
Wisconsin will continue to require people to wear face masks indoors after the state saw a surge of new Covid-19 cases.
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Sophia Loren to star in a movie for the first time in 11 years
Italian icon will star in a new feature film, courtesy of Netflix.
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Electric road will power public buses in Tel Aviv
A wireless electric roadway in Israel will power some public buses as part of a pilot program to test a new green transportation technology.
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Animals in the News
Time again for a look at the animal kingdom and our interactions with the countless species that share our planet. Today’s photos include a donkey-therapy program in Spain, animals affected by wildfires in the U.S., a rescued anteater in Brazil, COVID-sniffing dog training in Germany, rhinos near Nairobi, beach rescue dog training in Italy, stranded pilot whales in Tasmania, migrating storks in Turkey, and much more. These images and many others are part of this roundup of animals in the news from recent months, seen from the perspectives of their human observers, companions, captors, and caretakers, as part of an ongoing series on animals in the news.
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Cardi B, sister Hennessy Carolina sued over video slamming 'racist MAGA supporters': report
Cardi B and her sister, Hennessy Carolina, are reportedly being sued by the people arguing in a video the rapper shared in which she labeled them as “racist MAGA supporters.”
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Devonta Freeman expected to sign with Giants as Saquon Barkley replacement
It appears the Giants have their Saquon Barkley replacement. The team is expected to sign former Falcons running back Devonta Freeman, according to NFL Network, if all goes well with his COVID-19 testing. Freeman, 28, spent six seasons with Atlanta, earning Pro Bowl honors in 2015 and ’16. Barkley, 23, tore his ACL in the...
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What Is Ranked Choice Voting? Maine to Use Process for Presidential Election After State Supreme Court Ruling
Maine will be the first state in U.S. history to use this voting process in a presidential election.
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Commercial real estate flounders as housing market booms
The housing market is red hot thanks to record-low mortgage rates and consumers looking to flee cities for the suburbs. But offices, shopping malls and other commercial real estate properties have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Adidas' fall sale is here with up to 50% off sneakers, sweats, hoodies and more
This Adidas sale for fall is offering up to 50% off on the brand's best-selling sneakers, sweats, hoodies and more—find out more.       
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Biden Is in Denial About the Republican Party
On Sunday, Joe Biden made a personal appeal to Republican senators considering whether to hold a vote on President Donald Trump’s anticipated Supreme Court nominee, asking them to wait for the result of November’s election before filling the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s spot.“Please, follow your conscience,” Biden said. “Don’t go there. Uphold your constitutional duty, your conscience; let the people speak.”This was a test, and the results came quickly. This morning, Senator Mitt Romney of Utah announced that he supports taking a vote on the nominee when the nomination comes before the Senate, and will determine his vote based on her qualifications—almost certainly a yes. That likely gives Republicans the votes they need to confirm the nominee.The quick consolidation is a vivid rebuke to Biden’s theory of the presidency. He believes that once Trump is gone, Republicans on Capitol Hill will return to the low-key, courteous mien that Biden remembers (or thinks he remembers) from his long career in the Senate. Rather than relentlessly attacking these Republicans, Biden has chosen to reach out to them. This bipartisan comity may well deliver the White House to Biden. But the flop of his Supreme Court appeal also suggests that if he wins, he’ll struggle to turn his theory of politics into real success.[Read: The kumbaya candidate]As a matter of electoral politics, this kumbaya approach, as my colleague Elaine Godfrey has described it, has worked well for Biden. During the primary, other Democrats took a more aggressive approach. Even professional Nice Young Man Pete Buttigieg wanted to pack the Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Biden was running a backward-looking campaign that many observers, including me, found puzzling and unlikely to work.We were wrong, and Biden was right. That sunny, nostalgic pitch helped power his come-from-behind primary win. It’s probably a big part of his formidable position in the general election too. In a Pew poll earlier this summer, Biden had a huge 14-point edge over Trump, for example, on the question of which candidate is more likely to bring the country together. Voters also hold Trump responsible for inflaming tensions and partisanship. Biden wants to reverse that.“The thing that will fundamentally change with Donald Trump out of the White House, not a joke, is you will see an epiphany occur among many of my Republican friends,” he said in May 2019. This prediction echoed something he said back in 2012, just before his ticket with President Barack Obama won reelection: “We need leaders that can control their party, and I think you’re gonna see the fever break.”The return to this theme is evidence of Biden’s sincere, long-standing belief in bipartisanship. It is also evidence that his theory, though it may be popular with voters, reflects a failure to grapple with the challenge of contemporary power politics. The second Obama term did not see any fevers break. In the most blatant example of the new power politics, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stonewalled Obama’s nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. It worked, and Trump appointed Justice Neil Gorsuch to fill the open seat.Now another Supreme Court seat has opened shortly before an election. McConnell promptly promised to fill the seat, tacitly admitting what had been clear to most people all along: The Garland blockade was always about power politics, not precedent or procedure. Biden continues to act, however, as though appeals to propriety can work. Granted, he is not the president—at least not yet, though he believes he will be soon. Still, his appeal to GOP senators has provided a good test run for how his aisle-reaching might go, and it’s not encouraging.There are simply not that many senators who are even plausible targets: a small crew of moderates, Trump tormentors, endangered incumbents, and old-school proceduralists. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska (columns A and B) announced Sunday that she would not support holding a vote, though Biden probably doesn’t deserve much credit for that; Murkowski was reaffirming a position she had already staked before Ginsburg’s death. Susan Collins of Maine (columns A and C) said, even before Biden spoke, that the winner of the election should pick the next justice. Cory Gardner of Colorado and Martha McSally of Arizona (column C) both said they support holding a vote. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee (column D) did too, and he’s retiring anyway. That left Romney (column B, and maybe a little of A and D), and today the Utahan announced that he supports a vote.[David A. Graham: Joe Biden’s restoration campaign]In short, Biden’s heartfelt appeal doesn’t appear to have moved a single senator. If he wins, Biden will have to reckon with the shortcomings of this approach quickly. He would inherit a country in economic collapse, still suffering grievously from COVID-19, and facing the challenges of four years of toxic management by Trump. If Republicans hold the Senate—and at the moment, the odds are roughly even that they will—they’ll be able to block anything he wants to do, if they can stick together as a bloc. Even if Democrats win control, Republicans could filibuster—a tool that many Democrats want to eliminate, but that Biden, himself a proceduralist, prefers to keep.If Biden’s appeal to old-fashioned values were a cynical ploy, he’d only have to abandon it when it proved unworkable—say, January 30, 2021, or so. Instead, Biden seems to be walking into the same trap that his friend and old boss did in a different national crisis 12 years ago. Obama ran for president on the promise of changing the way Washington worked. Voters, who always hate how Washington works, ate it up. Once elected, though, Obama ran into the buzz saw of a Republican opposition that wasn’t interested in working with him to forge a new kind of politics—but rather, was interested in winning, and in making Obama a one-term president.They didn’t manage that last part, and Obama collected some notable wins during his two terms. He never did bring a new way of working together to Washington, though. Now his vice president is promising to bring an old way of working together back to Washington.As the Republican rally around the Supreme Court shows, he’s unlikely to be able to deliver. Biden is right that if he wins, the election will produce an epiphany. It’s just that he’s going to be the one with the rude realization.
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Chicken wings are hot. Big restaurant chains are paying attention
America's love for chicken wings has only grown during the pandemic. And big restaurant chains from Applebee's to Domino's want in.
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Home sales reach a 14-year high in August, with prices hitting a new record
Home sales surged to a 14-year high in August as record low interest rates brought homebuyers out in droves and pushed prices to a new record high.
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Giant football-sized tumor removed from woman’s head in risky surgery
When she was 64 years old, Lorenza De La Villa found a marble-sized bump on the back of her head. It was a benign tumor, her doctors told her. And since it was small, and painless, and caused no harm to her thinking or vision, it was best to just keep an eye on it....
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How Climate Change Skeptics Are Dealing With the California Wildfires
“What changed your mind?” “Living what I've lived through.”
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CDC's Halloween Guidelines Warn Against Typical Trick-Or-Treating
Door-to-door trick-or-treating and crowded costume parties are out, and haunted forests and outdoor movie nights are in. "If screaming will likely occur, greater distancing is advised," the CDC says.
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Outdoor dining bubbles are the perfect solution for chilly NYC
Care for some bubbly in your bubble?
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BLM Mural Shot With Paintballs by Vandals, One Wearing Confederate Flag Sweatshirt
In a public safety report published on Tuesday, the Pittsburgh Police Department asked for the public's help in identifying the two men who "apparently shot paintballs at the Black Lives Matter mural Downtown."
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Judge gives Wisconsin voters more time to return absentee ballots
If higher courts uphold the decision, the nation will have to wait for a week after Election Day to get full presidential results in a crucial swing state.        
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Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton set for ‘West Wing’ reunion on HBO Max
The special will also feature an appearance by "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
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How parents are changing what their kids eat
Seven in 10 American parents are radically changing their approach to their kid’s lunches and snacks this school year, according to new research. It’s a year for change and the start to this school year has proven no different, as half of American parents said they’re using “back to school” as a way to get...
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Sen. Ted Cruz confronts CBS News on Supreme Court coverage, says ‘everyone has switched positions’ since 2016
Senator Ted Cruz on Tuesday confronted CBS News for hypocrisy when the network’s morning program only showed Republican lawmakers who have flip flopped on whether a Supreme Court vacancy should be filled in an election year.  
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Baby born on international flight gets free air travel for life
Born yesterday, jetting off tomorrow — this newborn just won the airplane lottery.
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'The Masked Singer' Season 4: From New Characters to Judges Here's What to Know
"The Masked Singer" returns to Fox with Season 4 on Wednesday.
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Sam's Club offers doctor visits with new telehealth subscription while Walmart pilots COVID-19 test drone delivery
Walmart is piloting drone delivery of COVID-19 self-collection kits with Quest Diagnostics and DroneUp while Sam's Club has a new benefit for members.       
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Montgomery County loosens restrictions on houses of worship, but keeps cap on indoor dining
Faith leaders have sought an increase in capacity at houses of worship for months.
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Saudi Arabia reportedly sending mixed signals over establishing Israel ties
For Saudi Arabia, the road to peace with Israel has always been contingent on an agreement with the Palestinians, but other signs in the kingdom indicate change may already be underway – and that any breakthrough would have to come from heir to the thrown, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to a report on...
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Meet Trump's top candidates to fill Ginsburg's seat on the Supreme Court
Judges Amy Coney Barrett and Barbara Lagoa are considered the frontrunners as Mr. Trump considers who will succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the high court.
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Review: Granville Redmond, deaf from age 2, became Charlie Chaplin's favorite painter
California Impressionism is unlike the French kind. Laguna Art Museum explores the difference with a painter who found a friend and patron in Chaplin.
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Man’s surfboard, lost in Hawaii, found 5,000 miles away in Philippines
A surfer from Hawaii lost his prized board in 2018 and it was found in the Philippines more than two years later. The amazing find was documented on Facebook by Douglas Falter, a commercial photographer and surfer in Haleiwa. “[Feb. 3, 2018] I remember I counted seven good rides that session. After catching so many...
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Party City under fire for Confederate soldier kids' Halloween costumes at Virginia store
A party supply chain is facing criticism after one of its stores in Virginia stocked its shelves with Confederate soldier children’s Halloween costumes this year, according to reports.
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Four Seasons member Tommy DeVito, hustler with a heart of gold in 'Jersey Boys,' dead at 92
Tommy DeVito, whose bad boy image was immortalized in the hit 'Jersey Boys,' passed away in Las Vegas on Monday, Sept. 21.       
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Massive trash ‘tsunami’ invades Honduras beaches
A massive trash “tsunami” filled with plastic debris is plaguing Honduras beaches — and authorities believe it came from a river in neighboring Guatemala. The unsightly wave of garbage washed up in the northern town of Omoa, known for its gleaming beaches along the coast of the Caribbean Sea. Video shows the trash bobbing in...
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First Trump-Biden debate to focus on Supreme Court, coronavirus and race
The first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will focus on a number of topics, including the coronavirus pandemic, the Supreme Court and the racial reckoning in the country, the debate commission announced on Tuesday.
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Schumer says McConnell has 'defiled' the Senate over Supreme Court vacancies, 'may very well destroy it'
Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer slammed Mitch McConnell on Tuesday, saying the majority leader has “defiled” the Senate over Supreme Court vacancies and “may very well destroy it.”
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Pre-ordered the Xbox Series X? Here's where to buy accessories before they sell out
The Xbox Series X and Series S are now available for pre-order. Here are the accessories you need before they sell out.       
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Mysterious blast rocks Hezbollah stronghold in south Lebanon
A powerful explosion shook a Hezbollah stronghold in southern Lebanon on Tuesday, sending thick grey smoke billowing over the village, but the cause was not clear.
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Bloomberg pours $16M into Florida race to pay restitution for former felons to vote
Another cash infusion to the tune of $16 million is pouring into Florida after billionaire Mike Bloomberg pledges to pay the court fines and fees of nearly 32,000 Black and Hispanic convicted felons who have been hindered from voting. 
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'The Big General' is a Chinese Ford pickup clone
The truck from Chinese automaker Foton resembles the popular F-150.
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Arctic sea ice slides to second-lowest level on record, thanks to Siberian heat waves
Climate change is transforming the Arctic into an entirely unfamiliar region, scientists say.
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