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Florida man sues dating site over refund after doctor ordered him to stay home
An 86-year-old Florida man who paid a dating service nearly $5,000 couldn’t get a refund despite letters from doctors ordering him to stay home amid the coronavirus pandemic, a lawsuit claims. Widower Alexander Walker Sheen, of South Pasadena, sued Sun Coast Introductions LLC earlier this month for more than $8,000 in damages after signing a...
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A’s vs. Dodgers prediction: Pitching matchup is recipe to go Over
The Oakland Athletics have been superb with their pitching in 2020 but have seen Frankie Montas become a weak link. Montas will try to recapture his prime form on Tuesday against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Chavez Ravine. Since having a start pushed back nearly a month ago due to a back injury, Montas has...
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Staying Apart, Together: Happy first day of fall, such as it is
Fall will still be fun. We can enjoy it safely, I promise.       
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Notre Dame’s coronavirus outbreak halts promising season
Notre Dame is joining the postponement parade. Its game against Wake Forest was postponed on Tuesday after seven players tested positive for COVID-19. First, practice on Tuesday was canceled. Later, the Wake Forest game was pushed back. The players were put in isolation and their close contacts were identified. “With student-athlete health and safety our...
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Betsy DeVos says there is no 'perfect option' to safely return students to classrooms in COVID-19 era
There is no "perfect option" to guarantee the safe return of K-12 children to their classrooms in a COVID-19 era, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Tuesday.
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Fire alarm forces Brooklyn teachers to abandon their remote classes
Now that’s alarming. The troubled start of the COVID-19-wracked school year got even wilder for teachers at a Sunset Park school, when they had to temporarily abandon their remote classes Tuesday because of a fire alarm. Teacher Annie Tan said the unwelcome racket only added to ongoing staff bewilderment. She posted video of the din...
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VA cancels 'race cafe' event that allegedly violated Trump's executive order
The Department of Veterans Affairs told Fox News that it has cancelled an event on race and microaggressions after appearing to defend it as complying with the president's recent executive order on critical race theory.
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National Weather Service radar picks up huge bat colony in skies over Phoenix
The official start of fall may be Tuesday, but forecasters in Arizona recently spotted a sight in the sky more fit for Halloween. The National Weather Service (NWS) forecast office in Phoenix last Sunday spotted something strange over the city. “What might be causing all the radar returns around Phoenix between 6-7 PM this evening?”...
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Joe Biden blasts Bernie in pitch to Wisconsin voters: 'I beat the socialist'
Former Vice President Joe Biden appeared to slight his former opponent, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Monday in an attempt to assuage voters' concerns that he would pursue a socialist agenda.
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Why we should listen to what Olivia Troye says about Donald Trump
Miles Taylor writes that Olivia Troye put herself at great risk reputationally, personally, and professionally by turning herself into the nation's body cam and bringing transparency to a White House that thrives on misdirection and deceit. She deserves to be listened to.
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Celtics’ locker-room blowup ‘needed to happen:’ Marcus Smart
Marcus Smart says the Boston Celtics’ blowup in the locker room earlier in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals has made the team mature and come together. He also admits it “needed to happen.” Smart and Jaylen Brown reportedly got into a heated argument following Boston’s second straight collapse in two losses to the Miami Heat...
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‘Dynamite’ week: BTS sets ‘Tonight Show’ residency, ‘Tiny Desk’ record
The weeklong visit with Jimmy Fallon kicks off Monday, Sept. 28.
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Cuckoo battle over birdhouses allegedly prompts ‘serial-killer notes’
“Cluck you!” “No, cluck you!” It’s all-out war on the Upper East Side over some birdhouses that residents painted and hung on city trees to decorate their street amid COVID-19, only to have their artwork ripped down and trashed by a woman in the middle of the night. Someone has now posted handwritten, “bizarre, serial-killer...
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Matt Gaetz: 'Congress Not Going to Rein in Big Tech, Congress Owned by Big Tech'
Congress cannot be trusted to take on Big Tech censorship because Silicon Valley has purchased politicians' compliance, warned Matt Gaetz.
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What Former 'Ellen' Employees Really Thought of Her Apology
"Not only did Ellen turn my trauma, turn our traumas, into a joke, she somehow managed to make this about her," one former employee at Degeneres' talk show said.
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Sorry, other celebrities. Kerry Washington just won Voter Registration Day
See how Leonardo DiCaprio, Ava DuVernay, Camila Cabello, Kerry Washington and the Obamas are observing National Voter Registration Day.
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New app creates jobs in a burgeoning field: Evictions
Civvl offers to help people find work evicting others, saying "there is plenty of work due to the dismal economy."
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Tamron Hall Denies She “Went Rogue” During Stassi Schroeder Interview: “She Knew What I Was Going to Ask Her”
Schroeder reportedly felt "unprepared" during the "awkward" interview last week.
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Is Amazon Restricting Rivals from Advertising on Its Site?
A "Wall Street Journal" investigation finds credible evidence that Amazon limits rival device makers from advertising on its site.
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‘Profiles in cowardice’: WH attacks ‘fired’ pandemic aide Olivia Troye
The White House on Tuesday unloaded on former coronavirus task force staffer Olivia Troye, saying the recently declared opponent of President Trump was “fired” after “complaining” about her workload. Speaking from the briefing room podium, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany and Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, national security adviser to Vice President Mike Pence, trashed...
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China denies it had a spy inside the NYPD
Federal charges against an NYPD officer accused of spying on behalf of China are “pure fabrication,” the communist nation claimed on Tuesday. “The relevant accusations made by the U.S. side are pure fabrication,” Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin told reporters at a daily briefing Tuesday, according to Fox. “The U.S. plot to discredit the...
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'Roses' singer-rapper Saint Jhn has some thoughts on 'off-world vehicles' and silk pants
"Roses" singer-rapper Saint Jhn on UFOs, edibles and why he's sexier than he thought he was.
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‘Hanging chads,’ meet ‘naked ballots’
Why 'naked ballots' could be a major x-factor in the Trump-Biden race.
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'Defund the Police' Activist Alyssa Milano Calls 911 on Boy Shooting Squirrels
At least Seven Ventura County Sheriff's Deputy vehicles, a police helicopter, and other law enforcement members, responded after defund the police activist and actress Alyssa Milano called 911 over what turned out to be a boy shooting squirrels Sunday morning.
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Climate, Covid and a coming 'change election'
Former Senate leader Harry Reid and youth climate activist Alexandria Villaseñor see a wave of change building in the U.S. and around the world.
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Maine's Supreme Court clears the way for ranked-choice voting
Maine's Supreme Court has sided with the state's Democratic secretary of state and rejected a Republican challenge to ranked-choice voting in the upcoming election.
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Chuck Schumer Gets Heckled: 'You Ain't Doing Sh*t, Stop Lying to the People!'
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) was heckled during a Tuesday speech addressing a plan by Senate Republican to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. 
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New 'Friends' cookbook offers an actually edible meat trifle. Here's what it's like to make it.
I made the infamous English trifle Rachel made for Thanksgiving on "Friends." It was actually good, thanks to "Friends: The Official Cookbook."        
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'Friends: The Official Cookbook': Watch us make Rachel's infamous meat trifle
"Friends: The Official Cookbook" by Amanda Yee helps fans of the hit sitcom recreate their favorite recipes, including Rachel's infamous meat trifle.        
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Democrats Target Political Interference in COVID Response With New Bill
"We simply cannot trust this administration to protect the American people, which is why Congress must step in," Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said, adding that the STOP Act will make way for an "essential oversight of the coronavirus response."
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Et tu, Mitt? Romney makes the wrong call on Supreme Court confirmation
This time, Mitt Romney failed to strike a profile in courage.
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Beta's rains causing flooding in Houston
Beta has weakened to a tropical depression as it parked itself over the Texas coast, raising concerns of extensive flooding in Houston and areas further inland. (Sept. 22)      
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Mayor Jenny Durkan: Trump Administration's 'Obsession' with Seattle Is 'Irrational'
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan (D) soured after the Department of Justice (DOJ) included the Emerald City on a list of jurisdictions known for allowing anarchy, unrest, and violence to fester, stating that the Trump administration's "obsession" with her city is "irrational."
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Topics for first presidential debate announced by moderator Chris Wallace
Fox News’ Chris Wallace, the moderator for the first debate between President Trump and Joe Biden, announced the topics for next week’s event in Cleveland, according to the Commission on Presidential Debates. They are in no particular order: the Trump and Biden records, the Supreme Court, the coronavirus pandemic, the economy, race and violence in...
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NFL's $5 billion SoFi Stadium to host voting center for presidential election
The voting center will be located next to the stadium for a five-day period ahead of the election.
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Spotted lanternflies threatening apple orchards in Pennsylvania
An invasive bug is spreading in the Northeast and sparking serious problems for apple orchards, with some orchard owners saying they are dealing with thousands of spotted lanternflies a day.
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Knowns and unknowns of confirmation politics
There’s no real precedent in our time for this scenario.
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First debate topics include coronavirus, Supreme Court
The first presidential debate is on September 29, the week after the U.S. passed 200,000 coronavirus deaths.
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Obama says ousting Trump is about ‘whether or not our democracy endures’
Former President Obama urged Americans on Tuesday to vote for his former veep, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, because democracy was “at stake.” In a video posted to the former commander-in-chief’s Twitter to highlight National Voter Registration Day, Obama warned that “What’s at stake in this election is much bigger than Joe or the man...
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Anthropologie takes an extra 50 percent off clearance items
Anthropologie is back with more fashion deals just in time for fall. Known for its chic and trendy apparel, it is featuring some markdowns that you don’t want to miss. For a limited time, you can enjoy 50% off all clearance items. And whether you’re looking for sweaters, handbags or sleek loafers, you’re sure to...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Playbook: A Coach’s Rules for Life’ on Netflix, a Documentary Series Profiling a Diverse Array of Sports Figures
The first episode focuses on Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers.
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Former UFC title challenger Stephen Thompson pivots for Leon Edwards callout
Former UFC title challenger Stephen Thompson issues a callout and targets a bout with fellow contender Leon Edwards.        Related StoriesFormer UFC title challenger Stephen Thompson pivots for Leon Edwards callout - EnclosureMichael Chandler: Justin Gaethje a threat, but betting against Khabib at UFC 254 is crazySpinning Back Clique: Colby Covington, Donald Cerrone, UFC 253 and more 
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Restaurant chain Sizzler files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, citing impact of COVID-19 pandemic
Sizzler, the famous steakhouse, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the latest business to suffer as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.       
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Portland Resident to Protesters: ‘You Don’t Represent This Motherf***er,’ ‘You Don’t Live Here’
A video posted on Twitter shows a black man in a Portland, Oregon, neighborhood confronting Antifa protesters about not being locals.
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Every Super-Gross and Super-Gory Thing That Happens in Netflix's 'Ratched'
We kept track of all the lobotomies, decapitations, scaldings and much, much more.
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Some Dems, not yet Biden, talk of expanding Supreme Court
The prospect that President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans will try to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat before the year is out has ignited a call for major changes on the court, including expanding the number of justices
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Mitt Romney Dismisses Concerns Over More Conservative Supreme Court, Says Liberal Court Isn't 'Written in the Stars'
"My liberal friends have over many decades gotten very used to the idea of having a liberal court," the Utah Republican senator said.
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Backcountry takes up to 60 percent off winter clothing for new sale
Cooler weather is finally here and we know you’re starting to stock up on all your winter essentials. But if you’ve been struggling to find all the items you need, then we have the sale for you. Backcountry is taking up to 60% off its winter apparel, sporting equipment and more during its No Reservations Sale....
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