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Dolphin swept 9 miles inland from Gulf of Mexico by Hurricane Laura — and survived
A female bottlenose dolphin got the break of her life after Hurricane Laura. The hurricane’s storm surge swept the mammal from the Gulf of Mexico to a Louisiana pond — 9 miles inland. The Audubon Coastal Wildlife Network, Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network and National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration worked together to rescue the dolphin, New...
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Vermont grocery store worker fired after apprehending purse snatcher
This good Samaritan stopped a thief from stealing a woman’s purse, and his reward was losing his job. A Vermont grocery store worker nabbed a purse snatcher — and was fired for his efforts. Amir Shedyak, 20, who worked at the Hannaford supermarket in his hometown of Essex for four years, and was even an...
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Big Ten football kicks off Oct. 24; Ohio State to play Michigan on Dec. 12
The Big Ten Conference on Saturday announced the schedule for the 2020 college football season.
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Fight over Trump’s Supreme Court nominee will hinge on timing, math
The confirmation of the next Supreme Court justice will hinge on two things: timing and math.
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McConnell Is Inventing Excuses to Grab Ginsburg’s Seat
He’s rewriting history so he can apply different rules to Trump and Obama.
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Nissan reveals Z Proto sports car concept
The ride takes design cues from previous generations of Nissan's Z sports car.       
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Felicity Jones, who portrayed Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 'On the Basis of Sex,' pays tribute to late justice
Felicity Jones, the actress who channeled the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the legal drama and love story "On the Basis of Sex," reacted to her death in a statement released Saturday.
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Mets get Jacob deGrom news they were hoping for
Though Rick Porcello has endured the worst season of his career in his first year with the Mets, manager Luis Rojas has at least been able to count on the former Cy Young winner to be ready to take the ball. Most importantly, Jacob deGrom is healthy enough, too. While Porcello (1-5, 6.06 ERA) will...
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Heading to rally in NC, Trump says nominating woman for RBG's seat 'appropriate'
President Trump said his nominee to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would likely be a woman. 
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Green glowing ‘flying saucer’ spotted in skies over Liverpool
What is going on in Liverpool? This summer, the English city was invaded by giant rats and now possibly UFOs. Pictures of a green glowing unidentified object in the sky appeared in the Liverpool Echo this week – and the man who took the photos was stunned. A man, who requested anonymity, had been hanging...
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Susan Collins: ‘No Objection’ to Senate Beginning Consideration of Trump SCOTUS Nominee Before Election”
Sen. Susan Collins said the Senate should wait until after the November election to vote on the nominee, while adding she has "no objection" to the Senate Judiciary Committee starting the process.
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UFC on ESPN+ 36 video: Darrick Minner upsets TJ Laramie in 52 seconds
TJ Laramie was heavily favored against veteran Darrick Minner at UFC on ESPN+ 36, but it didn't play out as the odds suggested.        Related StoriesUFC on ESPN+ 36 video: Darrick Minner upsets TJ Laramie in 52 seconds - EnclosureUFC on ESPN+ 36 video: Randy Costa KOs Journey Newson with colossal kickUFC on ESPN+ 36 video: Randy Costa KOs Journey Newson with colossal kick - Enclosure 
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Donald Trump: Supreme Court Pick Next Week; 'Most Likely' a Woman
President Donald Trump said his nomination to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court would likely be announced next week.
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Cory Gardner says country needs time to mourn Ginsburg death 'before the politics begin'
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner, up for reelection in a swing state, said Saturday the nation needs to “reflect” on the legacy of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg  “before the politics begin.”
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Amal Clooney ditches role as UK special envoy after ‘lamentable’ Brexit bill passes
Amal Clooney, the prominent human rights lawyer married to George Clooney, quit as the United Kingdom’s special envoy on media freedom over the passage of a “lamentable” Brexit bill. Clooney made the momentous move due to the Internal Market Bill, which gives the British government the power to override parts of the UK’s Brexit agreement...
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Elon Musk’s SpaceX satellites clutter the skies, frustrating astronomers
Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s hundreds of satellites cluttering up the galaxy. A plethora of massive internet satellites launched by eco-friendly billionaire Elon Musk are swirling overhead — and astronomers are trying mightily to figure out how to deal with the sun’s glaring reflection off those man-made orbiters....
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Railroads near full implementation of lifesaving automatic-braking technology
Positive Train Control systems are operational for nearly all railroads subject to a federal mandate.
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Fact check: Ruth Bader Ginsburg wanted gender-neutral language, not lower age of consent
Ruth Bader Ginsburg never said "the age of consent for sexual acts must be lowered to age 12 years old." Memes attributing that view to her are false.       
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President Trump says he approved TikTok deal with Walmart, Oracle
He had threatened to shut down the China-owned company.
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Susan Collins: No Supreme Court vote before Election Day
Sen. Susan Collins in the Senate subway in March 2020. | Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc./Getty Images Sen. Collins said the Senate should begin the confirmation process, but that no floor vote should be held until it’s clear who the next president will be. Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) has become the first Republican senator to call for the Senate to delay voting on a new Supreme Court justice until after voters choose the winner of the 2020 election. “In fairness to the American people ... the decision on a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court should be made by the President who is elected on November 3rd,” Collins said in a statement Saturday. However, the senator also said if Trump chooses a nominee, the Senate Judiciary Committee should begin “the process of reviewing his nominee’s credentials.” Collins made the statements following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday. Earlier in September, the senator said she would not be in favor of replacing a justice in the weeks before an election, saying, “I think that’s too close, I really do.” Saturday, Collins gave a similar rationale for her approach to growing calls from her Republican colleagues for a quick floor vote on a Trump nominee: “Given the proximity of the presidential election, however, I do not believe that the Senate should vote on the nominee prior to the election.” My statement on the Supreme Court vacancy: pic.twitter.com/jvYyDN5gG4— Sen. Susan Collins (@SenatorCollins) September 19, 2020 Republicans have been criticized by Democrats for their push for a rapid replacement for Ginsburg, following a new rule Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell introduced in 2016. Ahead of that year’s election, he argued that then-President Barack Obama’s pick for a Supreme Court vacancy ought not to get a hearing in the Senate, but that any nomination should wait until after a new president was installed. This, he argued, would allow voters to have a fresh say in who was chosen to sit on the bench. Friday, however, McConnell said, “President Trump’s nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate,” arguing the 2016 rule didn’t apply, given that Republicans control the Senate and the White House. That control, he claimed, means that voters have given the GOP a mandate to choose justices as they see fit. Ahead of her statement, whether Collins would support McConnell’s plans was an open question. She’s one of a handful of senators who could block a potential Trump nominee. As Vox’s Andrew Prokop has explained, if four or more Republican senators decide the Senate should follow its new tradition and wait until after the election to seat a new justice, Trump’s nominee will be rejected — temporarily if he wins the election, and permanently if Democratic nominee Joe Biden were to win. Collins makes one vote, but Democrats hoping to block whoever Trump nominates will need three more. And they will need those votes quickly; Trump has indicated he plans to put forward a name “without delay.” Will you help keep Vox free for all? The United States is in the middle of one of the most consequential presidential elections of our lifetimes. It’s essential that all Americans are able to access clear, concise information on what the outcome of the election could mean for their lives, and the lives of their families and communities. That is our mission at Vox. But our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources. Even when the economy and the news advertising market recovers, your support will be a critical part of sustaining our resource-intensive work. If you have already contributed, thank you. If you haven’t, please consider helping everyone understand this presidential election: Contribute today from as little as $3.
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Commentary: Pac-12's pause on football decision buys it time to consider public health
Universities must remember that the decision to play college football games amid the COVID-19 pandemic amounts to what is a public health issue.
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McConnell dismisses ‘Biden Rule’ for SCOTUS nominee as GOP controls Senate, WH
The Senate firefight over whether President Trump's expected Supreme Court nominee should get an election-year vote goes back to 1992 -- and a speech by the Democrats' presidential standard-bearer, then a senator from Delaware.
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Fantasy baseball: Low-profile closers who could make difference
And just like that, in the blink of an eye, the MLB regular season enters its final week of games, and the fantasy baseball season comes to a close. It has been a two-month whirlwind of a roller coaster with more ups and downs than most people could handle, and you should be proud of...
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Iowa teacher put on leave after ‘pretend you are a slave’ assignment
The controversial assignment asked students to pretend they were enslaved and asked what they would do if they were freed.
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Rep. Doug Collins hit for tweeting about Ginsburg's abortion stance shortly after her death
GOP Rep. Doug Collins, who is running for Senate in Georgia, faced backlash when he offered condolences to “30 million babies” he said died as late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg defended abortion laws. 
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Trump Hints His Supreme Court Nominee Will Be a Woman
Speaking to reporters before his North Carolina rally, Trump named two potential judges to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg—both women.
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AP source: Envelope addressed to White House contained ricin
The letter was intercepted at a facility that screens White House mail.
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UFC on ESPN+ 36 video: Randy Costa KOs Journey Newson with colossal kick
Randa Costa scored an absolutely devastating head kick knockout at UFC on ESPN+ 36.        Related StoriesUFC on ESPN+ 36 video: Randy Costa KOs Journey Newson with colossal kick - EnclosureUFC on ESPN+ 36 video: Tyson Nam knocks out another octagon newcomerUFC on ESPN+ 36 video: Tyson Nam knocks out another octagon newcomer - Enclosure 
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Justices Remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 'A Jurist Of Historic Stature'
Many of Ginsburg's Supreme Court colleagues, including current and former justices, praised her tenure. Chief Justice John Roberts called Ginsburg "a tireless and resolute champion of justice."
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Trump Says He Expects To Announce His Supreme Court Pick 'Next Week'
The president says his pick will likely be a woman.
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Mark Kelly could cast vote for Supreme Court should he win Arizona Senate Nov. 3
Democratic Senate candidate Mark Kelly may have a chance to vote on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee should he beat Arizona Sen. Martha McSally on Nov. 3.
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Kamala Harris pays tribute to RBG with Supreme Court pic
Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris paid tribute to the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg Saturday, calling the liberal icon a “titan.”
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Trump has reportedly approved a TikTok, Oracle deal
The new company will be called TikTok Global, according to a report, and it would be headquartered in Texas.       
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Kansas Senate debate sees clashes on Supreme Court, climate
GOP nominee for Kansas’ open Senate seat calls for quick action to replace RBG.
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Iranian commander vows 'hit' on all involved with US killing of top general
The commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps vowed that revenge for Qassem Soleimani's death would be "decisive, serious and real."
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Supreme Court justices share thoughts of loss and praise for Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Even retired justice Anthony Kennedy shared thoughts on his departed colleague.
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Emmy predictions: Who we think will win in 2020
It’s that time of year again, when the television industry celebrates its best and brightest with the Primetime Emmy Awards. This year’s ceremony will be radically different, of course — can you say “pandemic?” — but host Jimmy Kimmel and crew will soldier on with a telecast conducted remotely. But that doesn’t mean there won’t...
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Trump Gives TikTok Deal 'His Blessing,' Promises It Will Involve $5B to Education Program
President Donald Trump told reporters before leaving for Saturday's North Carolina rally that the deal will "have nothing to do with China" and will be "totally secure."
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Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire retiring immediately after nearly three seasons in Detroit
Ron Gardenhire, a cancer survivor, hasn't felt well since dealing with stomach virus this month. Lloyd McClendon will manage team the rest of season.       
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Man at center of famed Ginsburg SCOTUS victory recalls his lifelong friend
Written by Stephen Wiesenfeld Ruth Bader Ginsberg was driving down a New Jersey highway when she called to celebrate the case that changed my life. It was March 19, 1975, and she had to pull over to find a pay phone to give me the news: the United State Supreme Court had ruled in our...
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Who is Amy Coney Barrett, the judge at the top of Trump’s list to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg?
Amy Coney Barrett tops President Trump’s list to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. The 48-year-old circuit court judge is a devout Catholic who is fervently anti-abortion in the mold of the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Her name was floated in 2018 to replace retired justice Anthony Kennedy.
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Here's how long it's taken to confirm past Supreme Court justices
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death has opened up a political battle over the future of the Supreme Court and who will fill her now-vacant seat as Election Day looms.
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Following death of Ginsburg, Democratic fundraising platform sees record spike
The Democratic Party’s online fundraising platform saw a record setting spike in donations following the death of liberal icon, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Friday night.d
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Susan Collins says Trump can nominate a justice, but Senate vote should wait until after election
Republican Sen. Susan Collins on Saturday weighed in on the US Supreme Court vacancy, saying that she believes waiting until after the election is the right decision.
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PM Update: Chilly again tonight. Mild and comfortable on Sunday.
The last official weekend of summer will feel much more like autumn.
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Teacher uses basement to teach children in 'pandemic pod'
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Man steals $2,500 worth of items in daylight
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City welcomes home 10-yr-old boy battling cancer
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