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China flies 18 warplanes near Taiwan during US envoy’s visit
China’s military sent 18 planes including fighter jets over the Taiwan Strait in an unusually large show of force as a U.S. envoy held a day of closed-door meetings.
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Justin Bieber gets ‘Holy’ for this new song with Chance the Rapper
The new single, dropped Friday, finds the born-again Biebs taking it to church.
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Joe Biden calls Russia an ‘opponent’, China a ‘competitor’ during town hall
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden believes Russia is "an opponent," while calling China a "competitor" during CNN's town hall on Thursday night.
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Facing mass job cuts, airline industry presses for more coronavirus aid
Airline executives are making the case in Washington for more coronavirus aid. Their pleas come as mass job cuts are set to hit the battered industry in about two weeks. Kris Van Cleave has been speaking to those impacted.
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What the Trump and Biden town halls taught us about their upcoming debates
The big takeaway is that Trump struggles with tough questions.
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'Cold Case Files Classic': How to Watch All the Original Episodes Online
"Cold Case Files Classic" Season 1 on Netflix brings some major unsolved mysteries onto the streamer—but other streaming services have the other five seasons of the A&E show.
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CDC testing guidance was published outside normal review process, sources say
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'Stunning': Dr. Gupta on Washington Post White House report
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reacts to a report from the Washington Post that claims the White House stopped a plan by the United States Postal service to mail 650 million masks to Americans.
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'Stunning': Dr. Gupta on Washington Post White House report
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reacts to a report from the Washington Post that claims the White House stopped a plan by the United States Postal service to mail 650 million masks to Americans.
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National Cheeseburger Day 2020 Deals at McDonald's, Applebee's, Smashburger and More
Make the most of the cheeseburger deals available today—including a McDonald's Double Cheeseburger for just $0.50.
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Trump administration bans WeChat, TikTok from App stores beginning Sunday
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Commerce Department bans use of TikTok and WeChat in U.S.
Order seeks to "combat China's malicious collection of American citizens' personal data," Commerce Secretary says.
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Top sales: Jeffrey Katzenberg's $125-million home sale was L.A.'s priciest in August
Jeffrey Katzenberg's home sale in Beverly Hills was L.A. County's most expensive residential transaction in August and the third-highest in California history.
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Source of Texas cheerleader's injuries the focus of murder trial
The injuries left 19-year-old Cayley Mandadi almost unrecognizable. But what happened to her?
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Carole Baskin says finding missing former husband would be ‘huge relief’
Carole Baskin said it would be a "huge relief" if her missing husband were found thanks to a commercial that ran during "Dancing With the Stars."
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US will ban WeChat and TikTok downloads from Sunday
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Corruption scandals complicate South Africa's Covid-19 response
Temporary houses constructed for South Africans as part of the government's response to the coronavirus pandemic are now falling apart. The government's Special Investigating Unit told CNN they are looking at more than 700 companies linked to emergency Covid-19 contracts for possible crimes. CNN's David McKenzie reports.
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Corruption scandals complicate South Africa's Covid-19 response
Temporary houses constructed for South Africans as part of the government's response to the coronavirus pandemic are now falling apart. The government's Special Investigating Unit told CNN they are looking at more than 700 companies linked to emergency Covid-19 contracts for possible crimes. CNN's David McKenzie reports.
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Biden says presidential election a battle between 'Scranton and Park Avenue'
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden spoke about systematic racism at a town hall in Pennsylvania hosted by CNN's Anderson Cooper.        
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Another Giant Crater Appears on Siberia's Arctic Tundra
Latest depression formed as a result of permafrost thaw after the region saw record temperatures and wildfires.
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Trump touts potential vaccine, but health officials say it wouldn't be widely used until late 2021
With 46 days to go until the election, President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden both head to the battleground state of Minnesota Friday. That happens as two former senior administration officials tell CBS News that scientists are being pressured to develop a coronavirus vaccine on an accelerated timeline. Weijia Jiang reports from the White House.
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Trent Dilfer shares story behind touching moment between kid reporter, Tom Brady before Super Bowl LI
Super Bowl-winning quarterback Trent Dilfer, who played 14 years in the NFL and worked nine years as an analyst at ESPN, has had a lot of relationships and partnerships over his career, but none comes close to the one that he has with Panini America.
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Google fixes policy that appeared to let apps track cheating spouses
Google has amended a confusing policy that appeared to permit smartphone apps that let people keep tabs on their cheating spouses. The tech giant issued an update Wednesday to its Google Play store policy governing “stalkerware” apps, which track the user’s location and other personal information without their knowledge. These apps — sometimes marketed as...
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The Energy 202: Many California Republicans side with Trump in dismissing climate change as wildfire cause
They're taking aim at California Gov. Newsom for seeking to reduce emissions as fires burn.
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GM's Barra talks flying cars and transforming the automaker
GM is considering a partnership or other way to get in the business of air taxis. It would use its Ultium battery technology in the flying cars.      
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Listen to Episode 35 of ‘Gang’s All Here’: Can Jets Compete with 49ers? feat. Nick Mangold
A lot has to change for the Jets if they want to compete against the defending NFC Champion 49ers on Sunday in their home opener. With no fans in the building, it will be a new kind of MetLife Stadium for Gang Green. To break down the matchup and chat with former All-Pro Jets center...
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College basketball's biggest winners and losers from a bizarre offseason
Six months after the NCAA tournament was canceled, college hoops has a start date. Who successfully, and who didn't, this chaotic time?       
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The Finance 202: Elizabeth Warren charges CEOs with fixating on profits despite do-gooder pledge
Business chiefs point to action from promoting voting to confronting climate change.
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Trump administration to ban TikTok downloads starting Sunday: report
The Trump administration will issue an order banning Americans from downloading TikTok as the video-sharing app rushes to seal a deal with US software giant Oracle, a new report says. The Friday order from the US Commerce Department will ban Apple and Google from offering TikTok — along with another Chinese-owned app, WeChat — on...
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Disney partners with Nollywood to bring American movies to English-speaking West Africa
FilmOne Entertainment is now the sole distributor of Disney titles in English speaking West Africa
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Letters to the Editor: Please don't indulge Trump's forest raking fetish
If we remove all the undergrowth in the forests, how does the forest feed itself?
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The Surprising Business Model Behind Guinness World Records
This is the story of how Guinness got into the business of record-breaking, and how one Planet Money intern broke a world record involving the president of Georgia.
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New Movies + Shows to Watch this Weekend: Netflix’s ‘Ratched’ + More
...Plus Becoming, Gemini Man, Antebellum and more.
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The US government needs to save Main Street, not just Wall Street
Like Warren Buffett has said — you don't know who is swimming naked until the tide goes out. The economic shutdown caused by the pandemic starkly revealed who the economy, financial system and government have left behind. And, in this case, it's Main Street families.
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Letters to the Editor: Latino representation in the media matters — especially here in Los Angeles
Readers welcome the L.A. Times' newest columnist, Gustavo Arellano, and share what Latino representation in media means to them.
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How to track your ballot like a UPS package
Worried about Election Day? Now if you vote by mail, you can obsessively track your ballot’s every move online.
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Behind the story: Following the Flint basketball players
J. Brady McCollough on how he and Times photographer Robert Gauthier got a glimpse of the life of Flint's standout high school basketball player.
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Eileen Bjorkman: It’s POW/MIA Recognition Day, honoring American patriots who sacrificed for our country
Friday is POW/MIA Recognition Day, when we honor our military service members and civilian government workers captured as prisoners of war and those missing in action. We all owe a debt of gratitude to these Americans patriots.
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Forgotten in Flint: Where basketball was king, hoop dreams struggle to survive
Flint produced basketball stars years before one of the worst water crises in modern U.S. history. Can the Flint Jaguars rise up and restore tradition?
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Letters to the Editor: Preaching the gospel of climate change is important. But we need practical solutions
While many people are now willing to take action, they do not have sufficient information to make the best decisions.
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A break with Rosh Hashanah tradition: Shofars are coming outside this Jewish New Year
With congregants unable to gather at synagogue for the sounding of the shofar this Rosh Hashanah, Jewish groups are bringing the tradition outside.       
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Lakers vs. Nuggets: How the teams match up for Western Conference finals
How the Lakers and Nuggets match up in the Western Conference finals that begin on Friday night in Orlando, Fla.
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North Complex blaze trapped residents unable to escape 'tsunami of fire'
Some the 15 victims tried to hide and others were unable to outrun the flames in one of the deadliest and most expansive blazes in California history.
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UFC free fight: Israel Adesanya outlasts Kelvin Gastelum in 2019 'Fight of the Year'
Watch Israel Adesanya capture the interim middleweight title in the 2019 "Fight of the Year" with Kelvin Gastelum.        Related StoriesUFC 253 free fight: Paulo Costa defeats Yoel Romero in thrilling warUFC on ESPN+ 36 weigh-in results and live video stream (noon ET)Darren Stewart: UFC on ESPN+ 36 foe Kevin Holland no more dangerous than anyone else 
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For L.A. workers who depend on awards shows, this year's Emmys are a 'nightmare'
From limousine drivers to red carpet photographers, the Emmys are an economic boon for L.A. But with the 2020 edition going virtual, many have lost work.
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A dramatically diminished L.A. school police force under proposed cuts
Newly proposed cuts to the L.A. school police present difficult choices for a deeply divided school board.
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In the galleries: Prizewinning artists share concept of challenging perceptions
Installations explore personal identity and attitudes through contemporary art
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Bansari Indian Cuisine dares to be different
Journeyman chef Deepak Sarin brings Indian regional cooking — and a lot of eggs — to Vienna
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