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White Supremacist Group Linked To Mosque Bombing Planned Violent Revolution Against Government
"Paramilitary terrorist organization" White Rabbit Militia allegedly wore badges calling themselves "pork eating crusaders."
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Kamala Harris Fan to Undergo Plastic Surgery to Look Like Vice Presidential Nominee
A woman is set to permanently alter her appearance to look like Joe Biden's running mate and the makeover will require eight surgical procedures.
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Donald Trump Jr. Calls Hunter Biden 'Crackhead' After Drug Past Brought Up at Debate
President Donald Trump's son has called Hunter Biden a "crackhead" following a clash about him at the first presidential debate.
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What Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Have Said About Losing Baby After Pregnancy Complications
"We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we've never felt before," the couple said in a shared statement.
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'Raised By Wolves' Boss Teases Season 2 and 'Five or Six' More Seasons
"Raised By Wolves" Season 2 has already been ordered by HBO Max—and creator Aaron Guzikowski teased what fans might expect from the next season and debunks a popular fan theory.
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'I Had A Double Mastectomy, COVID-19 Has Prevented My Reconstructive Surgery'
I also lost my hair in January. I had beautiful, long, thick hair. My breasts and my hair made up a big part of my identity, and I lost both of them.
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The Glass and Zogg Fires are less than 10% contained and threaten even more destruction
The Glass and Zogg fires in California have killed four people and torn through more than 100,000 acres in a matter of days, and they threaten to forever alter the lives of those still in their path.
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'The 100' Ending Explained: What Happened in the Series Finale
"The 100" Season 7, Episode 16 brought The CW show to an end with some familiar faces returning (kind of) and a moment of transcendence.
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CDC places 'moratorium' on releasing new COVID health guidance
The agency hasn't updated new health guidance since Sept. 24.
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Yankees rediscover resiliency in hard-fought sweep of Indians
CLEVELAND — Lake Erie in the fall: the Indians’ 10th man. The Yankees found themselves outnumbered Wednesday night at Progressive Field. Nevertheless, they persisted, and they prevailed in an epic contest. Survived and revived, the Yankees will march onward into October on the heels of a dramatic (if drawn-out), 10-9 victory over Cleveland that gave...
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MLB Playoffs 2020: Updated Bracket, Wild Card Series Scores, TV Schedule
Three American League teams have already progressed to the Division Series, while the Dodgers took a 1-0 lead in their series.
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Coronavirus aid package, new Louisville police chief, Harvest Moon: 5 things to know Thursday
Louisville gets a new police chief, House to vote on coronavirus aid package, the Harvest Moon and more things to start your Thursday.       
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Lindsey Graham Begs Fox News Viewers for Money Five Times in Almost Two Weeks
Graham pleaded with "Hannity" viewers to donate to his campaign as battleground polls showed him neck-and-neck with his Democratic challenger.
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Alabama's governor apologizes to Sarah Collins Rudolph, survivor of the 1963 Birmingham church bombing
After lawyers requested an apology and financial reparations for a survivor of the 1963 Birmingham church bombing, Alabama's governor has somewhat obliged: offering a formal apology, while proposing further discussions as the woman seeks restitution.
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We’re a Long, Long Way From Running Out of Gold
There’s still good reason to invest in it, though.
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Full moons in October: Harvest moon tonight and a rare blue moon on Halloween
Two full moons will occur in October. October's first full moon is the harvest moon on October 1 and the second full moon will occur on October 31, or Halloween. This second full moon in one month is called a blue moon.
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31 ways to celebrate Halloween this year
We know door-to-door trick-or-treating may be discouraged or canceled this year, and indoor haunted houses with friends and crowded costume parties are risky. Covid-19 looming over us is Halloween's biggest scare.
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Indians’ Sandy Alomar: No more ‘token interviews’ in future
Sandy Alomar guided the Indians to a 28-18 record and a playoff berth as acting manager this season, but it’s unclear if the 54-year-old will ever get a chance to be hired to manage a team on a full-time basis. Either way, Alomar made it clear he has no interest in being interviewed just so...
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Why Chromecast is the most interesting of Google's new products
Google Chromecast can now compete more effectively with Amazon Fire TV Stick and Roku streaming devices for an audience spending more time at home       
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2020 U.S. Election Will Have Only A Fraction Of the International Observers It Was Meant To
The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe's (OSCE) election monitoring body recommended sending 500 election observers to monitor the November election, but only 30 long-term observers are now being sent.
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California earthquakes swarm in state's Imperial Valley region
A swarm of hundreds of earthquakes, including one measured at magnitude 4.9, hit near the Imperial Valley in Southern California on Wednesday afternoon.
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Miami Heat falls hard as LA Lakers dominate Game 1 of NBA Finals
The Los Angeles Lakers dominated an injury-plagued Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals to take victory by a margin of 116-98.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Says Trump 'Melted on Stage,' 'Had No Cohesive Argument' in Debate
The New York representative said: "He specifically name-checked an actual white supremacist organization."
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Migrant caravan sets off from Honduras with eyes on U.S. border
It's the first major group of Central American migrants to set off since the coronavirus pandemic prompted nations to lock down their borders.
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Joe Biden Breaks Fundraising Record after First Debate with $21.5 Million Haul in Single Day
The Biden campaign has won a significant fundraising hall since the first presidential debate on Tuesday.
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U.S. Coronavirus Infections Are Falling in These States
Average daily new cases have been on a downward trend in several southern states, including Texas, Georgia and Louisiana.
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California Hit by 400 Earthquakes in Swarm on San Andreas Fault, USGS Warns Bigger Quakes Could Strike
A swarm of moderately sized earthquakes has hit California near the San Andreas fault, increasing the likelihood that a bigger earthquake could strike within the next seven days.
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U.S. Should Cut the Swiss Some Slack on Currency Manipulation
What can the country do but try to keep a lid on the franc? The alternatives are unthinkable.
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Police departments seeing modest cuts, but not 'defunding'
Most cuts to law enforcement agencies have been modest so far.
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'Raised By Wolves' Ending Explained: Show Boss Breaks Down Season Finale
"Raised By Wolves" has now aired its season finale, and showrunner Aaron Guzikowski has spoken to Newsweek about what that Mother and Father cliffhanger means.
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Several New York zip codes are reporting infection rates five times higher than statewide rate
New York has reported several Covid-19 clusters that have created "hotspot" zip codes, the governor said, with a positivity rate about five times more than statewide.
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Debate commission considering cutting candidates’ mics at next presidential showdown
The presidential debate commission is considering giving the moderator the opportunity to cut a candidate’s mic at the next matchup between President Trump and Joe Biden, it was revealed Wednesday. The debate commission announced that it will adopt changes in order to avoid a repeat of Tuesday night’s clash between the candidates, which has been...
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Fact-checking the first Trump-Biden presidential debate (part 2)
There were so many false claims made by President Trump in the first debate we needed to produce a second report.
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'Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time' Release Time: When Can You Download Latest Game
"Crash Bandicoot 4" is available for PS4 and Xbox One on October 2.
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Chrissy Teigen shares news of pregnancy loss on social media – and support pours in
Chrissy Teigen, who had been hospitalized for excessive bleeding during her third pregnancy and had been sharing details about the complications on her popular social media accounts, announced tonight that she and husband John Legend lost the pregnancy.
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Goran Dragic suffers foot injury in Heat’s Game 1 loss to Lakers
The Heat dropped like flies and dropped Game 1. First, Miami survived a scare with 20 seconds left in the first half when Jimmy Butler drove on Anthony Davis and planted his left ankle awkwardly. Butler crumpled to the court and limped off. Butler, who had notched 16 first-half points on 7 of 10 shooting,...
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How the world reacted to Trump and Biden's debate
Much of the world saw the first US presidential debate as a bad-tempered brawl with Democratic nominee Joe Biden soothing some international concerns while President Trump amplified fears among allies. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
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Over 40 million impacted by heat in the West
Temperatures along the Pacific Coast will be 10o-20o hotter than normal, adding fuel for the wildfires. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details when cooler air will arrive.
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Lakers leave Heat beaten and battered after Game 1 drubbing
SportsPulse: LeBron James, Anthony Davis and the rest of the Lakers left Game 1 with a win and a boat load of confidence, while the Miami Heat left with injuries and the need for a new game plan. Mackenzie Salmon breaks it all down.        
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Yankees’ Gio Urshela puts on show in Cleveland return
Gio Urshela did everything he could to make his return to Cleveland memorable. The third baseman came up through the Indians’ organization and broke into the majors with Cleveland, and on Wednesday he hit a grand slam that gave the Yankees the lead and scored the go-ahead run in the Bombers’ series-clinching 10-9 win in...
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Halloween Stream: In CBS’s ‘Evil,’ a Shroom-Loving Hot Priest Faces His Demons
CBSAs soon as the impossibly jacked priest brewed himself some tea with magic mushrooms, I knew Evil had my number. The Good Wife/Fight creators Michelle and Robert King’s Catholicism-infused X-Files riff is an escapist masterpiece that proves once more that conventional broadcast forms can still surprise and delight if you treat them (and your characters) with respect. Oh—and did I mention that the show also features a literal (and very gregarious) demon named George? Evil is not for everyone—and you’ll likely know by the end of the first episode which camp you fall into. It’s worth finding out. Each month I sift through the new offerings coming to streaming and choose one I believe is worth highlighting—and this month, it’s this delightfully depraved CBS drama, which lands on Netflix Octobe 1. (The show is also available on CBS All Access.) What better way to honor Spooky Season in the middle of our most dystopic year yet than diving into a show that understands both its thematic weight and its own inherent goofiness? Evil (styled EVIL both in its opening credits and my heart) joins the Kings’ other creations as a rare breed of broadcast dramas—those that respect their viewers without taking themselves too seriously.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Lewis Black: Trump-Biden Debate Made Me Glad I Don’t Have Children
Michael Schwartz/Getty“Not enough alcohol in the world right now,” Lewis Black tweeted Tuesday night during the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.Like the rest of the country, the comedian was horrified by what he was watching. He just happens to be better than most Americans at putting that horror into words.“What happened last night was unconscionable on so many levels,” Black tells me during our taping for this coming week’s episode of The Last Laugh podcast. “Every so often in my life, I’ve regretted not having children,” he adds. “But basically I feel like I made that choice and I live with that choice and it isn’t something that undermines me. But nights like that, watching that debate and if I was sitting with children and having to explain what they were seeing, I would lose my mind.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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How Trump Could Bypass a Key Vaccine Safety Valve
GettyIf the Trump administration tries to push out a novel coronavirus vaccine before it’s fully tested, there are three committees of independent experts who could stand in its way. It’s a testament to the massive stakes of this kind of work that some of their names are effectively kept secret.These committees—two in government and one in the private sector—keep tabs on vaccine-testing, sign off on new drugs and vaccines, and advise the government on how to deploy a new inoculation. But it remains to be seen just how much clout they have if the government decides to skirt science and rush out an Election Year miracle.Welcome to Rabbit Hole, where we dive deep on the biggest story. It’s for Beast Inside members only. Join up today.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Poll Workers: Trump’s Goons Won’t Stop Us Doing Our Election Day Jobs
Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times via GettyAfter spending most of the first presidential debate shouting incoherently, Donald Trump finished it off with a crystal clear message. “I’m urging my supporters to go into the polls and watch very carefully,” he said, stoking fears of potentially violent election day interference.At home in Chicago, Kayleigh Glaza missed Trump’s comment at first. “There was so much yelling and other stuff happening,” she said. One of her friends mentioned it later in a debate night group chat.Glaza, a former writer for a food magazine who was furloughed during the pandemic, felt “scared” when she read the text. She plans to be a poll worker in DuPage County, Illinois, and will be on the front lines for any potential troublemaking from Trump supporters.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Meet the LGBTQ Activists Fighting Homophobic Violence and Pseudoscience in Poland
This piece was originally published in Coda Story’s Disinformation channel.Justyna Szpanowska was cycling through Warsaw in mid-August, when she heard what, at first, sounded like a coronavirus public safety announcement. As she got closer to its source, she realized it was nothing of the sort. Following the sound, she came across a truck slowly making its way down a busy road in the city center. Its back was lined with speakers playing a prerecorded message, warning passersby that gay couples commit pedophilia against babies.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Big contact tracing study shows role of kids and superspreaders in coronavirus pandemic
Children can spread coronavirus among themselves efficiently, but young adults are the primary source of coronavirus spread, according to a study published Wednesday.
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Trump's Jab on Hunter Biden's Drug Addiction Horrify Treatment Advocates
Saul Loeb/AFP via GettyEven by the historically low standards of decorum and decency set by President Donald Trump’s pugilistic performance in his first presidential debate with former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday, the president’s attack on his opponent’s son for his past struggles with substance use was singular in its ugliness.“Are you talking about Hunter?” Trump said late into the debate, interrupting Biden as he reflected on his late son, Beau Biden, who died of brain cancer in 2015. “Hunter got thrown out of the military. He was thrown out, dishonorably discharged for cocaine use—he didn’t have a job until you became vice president, and once you became vice president, he made a fortune.”Trump’s callous and incorrect comments—Hunter Biden was not dishonorably discharged— about his opponent’s lone surviving son’s past drug use were clearly wielded to leave a mark, but Biden responded with defiance.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Mexican Military and Federal Investigators Accused of Covering Up Lost Student Massacre
Josue Decavele/Getty ImagesCALI, Colombia—I first traveled to the town of Iguala, in Mexico’s southern Guerrero state, not long after the infamous events of Sept. 26, 2014. Forty-three male college students had vanished that night, and rumors were rampant that military and police officers collaborated with a gang of drug traffickers to pull off their disappearance.The facades of the sunbaked buildings downtown were still scarred by bullet holes and shattered windows, and residents were terrified of reprisals for speaking out. Some whispered of how they had seen students fleeing as cops fired on them. Others said they had seen soldiers from the nearby military base in the streets when and where the young men were abducted.The phrase locals used to describe what happened to the missing was and is “Se fueron levantados”—they were taken up. But who had taken them? And why?Read more at The Daily Beast.
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