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Teenager Jannik Sinner shocks 11th seed David Goffin in French Open first round
Teenager Jannik Sinner stunned 11th seed David Goffin in the first round of the French Open, beating the Belgian in straight sets on the opening day of the Grand Slam.
Trump Accuses Bloomberg of 'Serious Crime' in Helping Ex-Prisoners Vote
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently raised more than $16 million to help restore voting rights for people convicted of felonies in Florida.
Homeless man tosses baby stroller onto Bronx subway tracks: cops
A homeless man threw a baby stroller onto the tracks on a Bronx subway — and was arrested after the train conductor held the doors shut until police arrived, cops said. Fabian Davis, 35, allegedly tossed the empty stroller on the tracks from aboard a No. 2 train as it pulled into Wakefield-241st Street station...
Rhode Island: Images of the Ocean State
Diane39 / iStockphoto / Getty Rhode Island is the smallest state in the U.S., but with a population of just over a million people, it is also the the second-most densely populated state. From Woonsocket and Pawtucket, through Providence, Bristol, and Newport, here are a few glimpses of the landscape of Rhode Island and some of the wildlife and people calling it home. This photo story is part of Fifty, a collection of images from each of the United States.
Mexican authorities issue warrants for military, police allegedly linked to disappearance of 43 students
The inclusion of military personnel and federal police is a first, though families of the students have long demanded it.
Florida, Miami (Fla.) surge ahead, while Oklahoma, LSU tumble in Amway Coaches Poll
Florida move into the No. 3 spot and Miami joined the top 10 of the Amway Coaches Poll, while Oklahoma and LSU tumbled after shocking losses.
The Raiders could be in even more trouble with the NFL
The Las Vegas Raiders are under fire for another coronavirus protocol violation. Less than a week after head coach Jon Gruden violated the NFL’s mask mandate, which the league fined him $100,000 and the Raiders $250,000 for, the organization is now under investigation by the league for allowing unauthorized locker room access, according to ESPN....
Joe Biden Claimed He Attended Historically Black University; University Disagrees
Delaware State University (DSU) has refuted Joe Biden's claim that he attended the historically black institution -- the latest example of Biden being caught embellishing his academic credentials.
UFC 253 post-event facts: Israel Adesanya's 20-0 start impacts record books
UFC 253 post-event facts: Israel Adesanya's 20-0 start impacts record books        Related StoriesCallout Collection: Who UFC 253 winners want next – and how likely they'll get themJuan Espino says he wants Sakai, Overeem, Lewis level of jump in competitionFight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC 253
Biden calls on Senate to 'take a step back from the brink' and not vote on Barrett
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Sunday called on the U.S. Senate to hold off voting on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, claiming that the right thing to do would be to wait to fill the vacant seat on the court until after January's inauguration.
Swiss voters clearly reject curbs on EU immigration
Swiss voters overwhelmingly rejected on Sunday a right-wing party's attempt to scrap a pact allowing the free movement of people from the European Union, opting for stability amid the economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Mets players reflect on missing the postseason: 'We had a lot of talent and we just didn’t do it'
The New York Mets have not made the playoffs since 2016 when the team lost its National League Wildcard game to the San Francisco Giants.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson endorses Joe Biden and Kamala Harris
Can you smelllllll who The Rock is endorsing?
NeNe Leakes reveals she felt 'forced out' of 'Real Housewives' by Bravo
NeNe Leakes revealed that she felt “forced” out of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” by Bravo weeks after announcing she decided to leave the show.
Portland protests remain largely peaceful until night falls and police are targeted, authorities say
After a day of mostly peaceful protests staged by ideologically opposed groups in volatile Portland, Oregon, the demonstrations turned violent as night fell Saturday, prompting police to declare a downtown gathering unlawful and make several arrests.
Chris Wallace won't fact check Trump and Biden during the debate
The presidential debates for the 2020 election kick off Tuesday in Cleveland, and many Americans are uncertain about what to expect. One thing is for sure: Fox News Sunday anchor and moderator Chris Wallace will not be tasked with fact-checking the candidates in real-time.
Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks: Live stream, how to watch, odds, time
Dak Prescott vs. Russell Wilson is one of the NFL's best quarterbacks matchups, and both passers could be in for big days.
Wildfire erupts in California's Napa County, emergency evacuations over 'dangerous rate of speed'
Mandatory evacuations were issued Sunday morning in areas of Northern California after a fast-moving wildfire erupted as the region braces for extreme fire conditions.
NYC sheriff shuts down karaoke bar for COVID-19 violations
The sting marked the city's fourth in under a month against a karaoke bar for COVID-19 violations -- two more in Flushing, and another in Borough Park.
Former National Security Advisor McMaster Says It’s ‘Irresponsible’ to Discuss Military’s Role in 2020 Election Transition
President Donald Trump has refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power if he loses the presidential election
Cowboys' Aldon Smith fined more than $12G for hit on Rams' Jared Goff in NFL return
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Aldon Smith was fined $12,004 on Saturday for a big hit on Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff in his first game back since being suspended in 2015.
Suspect in custody after LAPD officer is attacked inside police station
A man was in custody Sunday after he allegedly took an officer's weapon and fired shots in an LAPD station in San Pedro, police said.
Celebrities react to Trump selecting Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court
Celebrities are speaking out now that President Donald Trump has nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by the recent death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Graham details timeline for Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court confirmation process starting Oct. 12
Democrats raising massive amounts of money amid the Senate's Supreme Court fight, Graham said.
California requires correctional facilities to house transgender inmates based on gender identity
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law on Saturday a package of measures intended to strengthen protections for LGBTQ people, including one that requires the state's correctional system to house transgender, gender-nonconforming and intersex people by their gender identity.
16 killed as fighting erupts between Armenia, Azerbaijan
YEREVAN, Armenia — Fighting erupted anew Sunday between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces over the disputed separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh and a top territorial official said 16 people were killed and more than 100 wounded, while Azerbaijan’s president said his military has suffered losses. Armenia also claimed that two Azerbaijani helicopters were shot down and three...
NBC's Todd to GOP Senator: Are You Concerned 'The Party Looks Like a Bunch of Hypocrites?'
On Sunday's broadcast of NBC's "Meet the Press," moderator Chuck Todd asked Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) if he was "concerned" the Republican Party looked "like a bunch of hypocrites."
Report: NFL investigating Raiders over locker room access after win Monday night
The NFL is investigating whether the Las Vegas Raiders violated COVID-19 protocols by allowing unauthorized person inside the team's locker room.
GOP Sen. Kennedy to Senate Democrats: 'We Don't Need Another Freak Show -- Let Us Focus on the Nominee'
On this week's broadcast of "Fox News Sunday," Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) urged his Democrat colleagues to allow for a "respectful process" for the confirmation of Supreme Court associate justice appointee Amy Coney Barrett.
Taco Bell customer suffers heart attack in drive-thru, saved by firefighters, restaurant staff
A Taco Bell customer in Arizona reportedly suffered a heart attack while placing his order at the drive-thru.
Democrats likely can't block Trump's Supreme Court pick but seek political payback
Democrats are determined to exact a political price if Trump's election-season Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, is confirmed.
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New Polls Show Biden Continues to Lead Trump In Key Midwestern States Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin
Majorities of voters in Michigan and Wisconsin believe the results of the presidential election should decide who fills the current Supreme Court vacancy.
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How LeBron James and Anthony Davis connect to reach NBA Finals
When Anthony Davis joined LeBron James and the Lakers, there was only one goal: an NBA championship. They have been in lockstep during that pursuit.
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What American Landmarks Looked like Under Construction
To explore some of those national landmarks, Stacker has curated a gallery of what various American landmarks looked like while they were still under construction.
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Judge will rule on TikTok ban tonight
A federal judge plans to rule tonight on whether downloads of TikTok may be banned in the United States.
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Sen. John Kennedy to Dem colleague on Barrett criticism: 'Sell crazy somewhere else'
Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., bluntly criticized Democrats who are claiming that Judge Amy Coney Barrett will certainly vote to knock down ObamaCare if given the opportunity to do so as a Supreme Court justice.
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25 more people arrested Saturday in Louisville as Breonna Taylor protests continue
Most of the people arrested on the fourth night of protests since the grand jury decision were from Louisville, according to police.        
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Poll: Half of Americans who lost their job during the pandemic still don’t have one
A New York City store prepares to shut its doors permanently in September 2020. | Noam Galai/Getty Images The finding comes in a new Pew study that also found many Americans struggling to pay bills. Roughly six months after the coronavirus outbreak began to wreak havoc on the US economy, about half of those who lost their job say they are still without one. That’s one of the most notable findings of a new Pew Research Center survey, which paints a picture of a nation still reeling economically even as it recovers from the labor market free-fall earlier this year that intensified as Covid-19 cases increased, and state lockdowns froze businesses across the country. The study, which surveyed 13,200 US adults in the first two weeks of August, found some limited recovery with respect to employment: Of all those who said they had lost a job, a third have returned to their old job, and 15 percent say they have a new job. But that limited recovery has not been one shared equally by workers at different income levels: According to Pew, while 58 percent of upper- and middle-income adults who lost a job due to to coronavirus have returned to their old job or gotten a new one, only 43 percent of lower-income adults have been able to the same. The study’s findings also include a number of other indicators of ongoing economic hardship. “One-in-four adults have had trouble paying their bills since the coronavirus outbreak started, a third have dipped into savings or retirement accounts to make ends meet, and about one-in-six have borrowed money from friends or family or gotten food from a food bank,” the report reads. Pew’s findings track roughly with government data and other economic analyses of the labor market. Less than half of the 22 million jobs lost during the early stages of the pandemic have been recovered, according to the New York Times. The Labor Department said earlier in September that in August that the economy added 1.4 million jobs in August, bringing the overall unemployment rate down to 8.4 percent. As Vox’s Aaron Ross Coleman has noted, that unemployment rate doesn’t reflect the exceptionally high rates faced by workers of color — for example, while the August unemployment rate for white Americans was 7.3 percent, the rate for Black Americans was 13 percent; Asian and Latinx Americans also saw unemployment rates higher than 10 percent. As with Pew’s results on regained jobs, the findings were a reminder the economy is not improving at the same rate for everyone. And overall, the department’s findings suggested reason for concern. The jobs report signaled a slowdown from earlier in the summer: the economy added 4.8 million jobs in June, and 1.7 million in July. With job growth slowing down and economic assistance from Congress stalled, economists and forecasters have cast doubt on the prospects of a rapid, or V-shaped, economic recovery. “I continue to view the glass as half-empty. We’re still a long ways from where we were pre-Covid,” Gregory Daco, chief US economist at Oxford Economics, told MarketWatch recently. It’s unclear when a coronavirus relief bill will have any chance of passing Pew’s findings — as well as the Labor Department’s report — show Americans are in great need of aid. However, attempts to unveil a new federal economic stimulus package have repeatedly failed, even as programs created earlier in the year — like an extra $600 per week in federal funds for the unemployed — have ended. On Thursday, however, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said that he and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have agreed to restart negotiations over another coronavirus relief bill after talks collapsed in August. The two parties have struggled to find a compromise on the size and scope of relief legislation, with Republicans preferring to offer a far smaller amount of aid than Democrats. The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives passed the $3 trillion HEROES Act in May, but Republicans struggled for months to answer it with legislation of their own. In September, Senate Republicans announced their plan, a much narrower relief package that would provide $650 billion in new funding. Democrats argued the bill did not provide enough aid, and the legislation failed to pass the Senate. How much aid is necessary has been a sticking point for negotiations between the parties, with Democrats standing firm on the need for trillions of dollars in stimulus. However, Pelosi has now reportedly directed Democratic committee chairs in the House to design a more modest coronavirus relief package to bring to the next set of negotiations with the White House. Moderate Democrats whose face tough reelections odds have reportedly been applying pressure to Pelosi to put out a new bill that they can vote on before the House’s next recess, which is currently set to begin on October 5. Outside of Congress, the time line is even more urgent. With September ending, rent and other bills are coming due. But millions of Americans who could benefit from more robust unemployment aid, stimulus checks, more state-run services, and aid for their businesses, continue to wait for help.
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Titanic disaster may have been influenced by space weather, researcher says
Space weather may have played a part in the Titanic disaster, according to new research.
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Northern California faces more fires amid record-breaking heat, poor air
Worsening wildfires and poor air quality are set to hit Northern California Sunday and Monday amid potentially record-breaking heat, meteorologists said.
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GPS Web Extra: Zarif on negotiating w. the US
Fareed asks Iran's foreign minister about whether his country is willing to re-open negotiations with the US for a new deal on its nuclear program.
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Ant Anstead breaks silence on split from Christina Anstead: 'I pray Christina’s decision brings her happiness'
British TV presenter Ant Anstead opened up about his pending divorce from his HGTV star wife, Christina Anstead.
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Trump says elimination of Obamacare would be a ‘win for the USA’
President Trump said it would be a “win for the USA” if the Supreme Court eliminates the Affordable Care Act. “Obamacare will be replaced with a MUCH better, and FAR cheaper, alternative if it is terminated in the Supreme Court. Would be a big WIN for the USA!” the president said Sunday in a tweet....
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Oklahoma prosecutors argue Uber driver accused of murder may flee to Saudi Arabia
Oklahoma prosecutors fear an Uber driver released on a $500,000 bond in a murder case may flee to Saudi Arabia.
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Over 10,000 gallons of red wine floods winery after tank breaks, social media reacts: 'Holy God, what a waste'
Red pine does not pair well with dirt and grass.
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'We Can't Stop The Outcome,' No. 2 Senate Democrat Says Of Barrett Confirmation
President Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court dominated the Sunday political shows, with Democrats accusing Republican senators of hypocrisy.
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Callout Collection: Who UFC 253 winners want next – and how likely they'll get them
Jan Blachowicz and Hakeem Dawodu were among those who name-dropped their preferred next opponents at UFC 253 in Abu Dhabi.       Related StoriesTwitter reacts to Israel Adesanya's masterful title defense against Paulo Costa at UFC 253Twitter reacts to Jan Blachowicz's TKO of Dominick Reyes at UFC 253 – and Jon Jones went hardUFC 253 breakdown: Who remains undefeated after Israel Adesanya and Paulo Costa's historic clash? 
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French President Macron Says Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko ‘Must Go’
Thousands of Belarusian citizens have taken part in huge rallies since the Aug. 9 election
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