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'Where Are the Terrorists?' Apple's Siri Offers Directions to Police Stations, Say iPhone Users
The virtual assistant appeared to offer the address of local police departments when asked the question, customers have complained.
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Newt Gingrich: George Soros Actively Working to ‘Undermine the American System’
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich said Monday that billionaire left-wing disrupter George Soros is actively working to undermine the American political system.
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U.S. Calls Video Showing China Bombing U.S. Air Force Base 'Attempt to Coerce, Intimidate'
"Maintaining the safety of our personnel and resources, as well as our allies and regional partners, is of the utmost importance and we remain committed to ensuring a free and open Indo-Pacific for all nations," Pacific Air Forces told Newsweek.
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Joseph Laurinaitis, WWE's Road Warrior Animal, dies at 60
Joseph Laurinaitis, the WWE Hall of Famer known as Road Warrior Animal, has died. He was 60.
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Body found on Randall’s Island confirmed to be missing 5-year-old boy
Someone reported finding the body near the NY Waterway ferry dock around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to cops.
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CMT Music Awards: Sam Hunt, Luke Combs, Kelsea Ballerini among top nominees
Dan + Shay, Thomas Rhett, Ashley McBryde and more earned three CMT Music Awards nominations. Here's the full list.        
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Prince Andrew 'Treated With Kid Gloves' Compared to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Biographer Says
Prince Andrew got away with 10 years of rudeness, partying and Thailand go go bars because of "privilege" while Meghan Markle and Prince Harry faced double standards, a royal author says.
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Senate Republicans, Do what Voters Elected You to Do | Opinion
They had an obligation to their constituents in 2016 to stop Obama's nominee and they have an obligation to their constituents today to put through President Trump's. No qualifier needed. No phony, pretentious excuses.
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Trump and Biden are locked in close races in Arizona, Florida, polls show
President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are locked in neck-and-neck races in the battleground states of Florida and Arizona.
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Emilio Vitolo Jr. feeds Katie Holmes during their date and more star snaps
Katie Holmes continues her parade of PDA, Leighton Meester surfs after giving birth and more...
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Trump implements new travel restrictions to Cuba, bans purchase of rum and tobacco
President Trump announced new restrictions for American travelers going to Cuba, barring them from purchasing rum and tobacco or staying in Cuban government-funded hotels. 
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The New York town of Swastika votes to keep its name
A small town in upstate New York voted to keep the name Swastika, saying that the town founders named it after the Sanskrit word and not the hate symbol associated with Nazis.
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Decision on charges in Breonna Taylor case expected soon
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Despite mass protests, Belarus President Lukashenko swears himself in for 6th term in secret ceremony
Even as protesters continue to swarm to streets of Belarus's capital, Minsk and much of the international community calls for 66-year-old President Alexander Lukashenko to end his 26-year reign, the embattled leader was sworn in for a 6th term in a secret ceremony on Wednesday.
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Here are the prominent Republicans not supporting Trump, instead supporting Biden
Prominent Republicans have publicly endorsed or shown support for Joe Biden instead of their party's incumbent, Donald Trump.        
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House Democrats unveil package of reforms aimed at Trump
House Democrats announced a package of government reforms Wednesday aimed at curbing actions taken by President Donald Trump, in an effort to address what they charge are some of the President's most egregious abuses.
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Friends and family honor 'rare prophet' Ginsburg as her casket lies in state at Supreme Court
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Nintendo Switches are finally back in stock at Amazon—but not for long
Nintendo Switches and Switch Lites have been hard to find since the beginning of the pandemic, but they're finally in stock at Amazon.       
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Jan Blachowicz blocking out all layers of pressure ahead of UFC 253 title fight
Jan Blachowicz has tunnel vision going into his vacant title fight against Dominick Reyes at UFC 253.        Related Stories'Skinny clown' Israel Adesanya plans to blow casual fans' minds by finishing Paulo Costa at UFC 253UFC 253's Hakeem Dawodu questions Colby Covington's 'rude, racist' commentsDominick Reyes 'could give a (expletive)' if people question title reign legitimacy after UFC 253 
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Trey Gowdy rips Biden: ‘If you want to pick Supreme Court justices, win elections’
Trey Gowdy told "Fox & Friends" President Trump is right to nominate a Supreme Court justice before the election.
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Students and teachers can get a free pair of AirPods from Apple—but not for long
This Apple student discount includes free AirPods with your select MacBook or iPad purchase during the company's annual back-to-school promotion—details.       
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Mariah Carey sits down with Oprah Winfrey and spills all about her upcoming book
Mariah Carey is telling Oprah Winfrey everything and we are here for it.
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Netflix is hosting a 'Father of The Bride' reunion on Friday
A "Father of the Bride" reunion is heading our way and we're all cordially invited.
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Hot, dry conditions return for the wildfire-weary West, and they could last for weeks
Oregon, Washington and other areas of the West will get a welcome break from dry weather Thursday and Friday, with some rain in the forecast.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez urges city, state tax hikes to fund NYC schools
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is calling for tax hikes to help fund New York City’s cash strapped schools and child care programs. “I’m calling on Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo to raise revenue to fund universal child-care programs, significantly increase staffing at schools, and fund the infrastructure improvements, including ventilation, that our school buildings need...
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Cops make arrest tied to burning body found on Hutchinson River Parkway
Police made an arrest in connection to the death of a man who was discovered burning on the side of the Hutchinson River Parkway more than three months ago, cops said Wednesday. Karim Allah, 26, of Van Nest, was busted around noon Tuesday in connection to the June 15 death of Kevron Marshall, 38, of...
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Fauci to a Meddling HHS Official: ‘Take a Hike’
Editor’s Note: This article is part of our coverage of the The Atlantic Festival. Learn more and watch festival sessions here. Yesterday, after weeks of reports about political interference in the efforts of government scientists and public-health experts to inform Americans about the pandemic, Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, directly addressed the two Trump-administration officials at the center of the recent controversy: Michael Caputo, a spokesperson for the Department of Health and Human Services, and Caputo’s former science adviser, Paul Alexander, who attempted to censor what scientists, including Fauci, said about the coronavirus.“Caputo enabled Alexander,” Fauci told me over email. “Alexander is the one who directly tried to influence the CDC (he may have succeeded, I cannot really say) and even me (I told him to go take a hike).”Fauci’s comments came after his appearance at The Atlantic Festival yesterday evening.As first reported by Politico, Alexander tried to directly intervene in the publication of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s well-known publication Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, and wrote scorching emails about CDC officials. He also tried to prevent Fauci from advocating for children to wear masks. Caputo ranted on Facebook Live about “deep state” operatives in the public-health infrastructure.The interference from Caputo’s team had drawn sharp rebukes from the public-health community, especially as it does indeed appear to have been at least partly successful at influencing the CDC’s messaging. Caputo is now on medical leave, and Alexander was dismissed from HHS last week. (Alexander and HHS did not immediately return requests for comment.)Watch: Atlantic staff writer alexis madrigal in conversation with anthony fauciAt the festival, Fauci urged Americans to maintain faith in the nation’s public-health institutions, despite the battles between political appointees at HHS and CDC researchers. “I think we could put that behind us right now,” he said. “I would trust the CDC, and I would trust the FDA.”The agencies’ troubles haven’t disappeared with Alexander’s departure: This week, the CDC again ran into controversy when it posted, then retracted new guidance on how the coronavirus spreads. But the most serious problems of the American response to the pandemic, Fauci asserted, were much broader and deeper. With at least 200,000 Americans now dead from COVID-19, he said, “obviously the numbers speak for themselves.”After the virus hit the Northeast, exacting a fearsome toll, Fauci said, states across the Sun Belt allowed case numbers to grow over the summer, which meant the U.S. was never able to get the baseline of cases low enough to mitigate the risks of reopening. “We’re looking at 40,000 new cases per day,” he said. “That's unacceptable, and that's what we've got to get down before we go into the more problematic winter.”[Read: How we survive the winter]Fauci’s message conveyed a new level of urgency about the challenges ahead. Two weeks ago, he told The Atlantic that the country had to get new daily cases down to 10,000 over “the next few weeks” to guard against surges in the winter, when containment will be even harder in many parts of the country as the weather grows colder. Cases, however, have remained near that 40,000-a-day plateau. There are signs that some states, such as Wisconsin, may be on the verge of bigger outbreaks. Time is running out to bring down viral spread.How might the U.S. get those cases down? The path is well known, and Fauci ticked off the public-health mantras: ubiquitous masking, physical distancing, avoiding crowds, doing things outdoors when possible, and washing your hands. What’s less clear is how anything might change in the U.S. over the next few months, because public-health officials have long been saying that these things were necessary to constrain the virus. Fauci pointed out that their advice continues to be met with furious resistance and violent rhetoric from America’s right-wing fringe. “People have been threatening me as a public-health person, literally threatening me and my family,” Fauci said, “because I'm saying we should be doing public-health things like wearing a mask and physical distancing, as if I'm doing something that is harmful to them … not that the virus is hurting us.”[Read: Anthony Fauci, lightning rod]Fauci is much more optimistic about the development of a vaccine, which has progressed at an unprecedented speed. He cited the large-scale, Phase 3 clinical trials currently under way in the U.S. “The results that we have actually do look good,” he said. (One trial, AstraZeneca’s, remains partly on hold after two participants developed serious neurological illnesses.)The federal government’s investments in vaccine development and production are a bright spot in the American response, which otherwise has been uncoordinated, chaotic from the top down, and predicated on pinning blame on individual states. By contrast, Operation Warp Speed, a name Fauci often decries because it sounds reckless, has been well funded, organized, and effective. In normal circumstances, vaccine makers would wait until after clinical trials conclude to begin manufacturing, but government funds have allowed them to begin over the past several months. “If we get an answer, let's say, November, December—it’s possible it could be earlier, but I think it’s going to be likely November, December,” Fauci said, “we can then start vaccinating people, starting with the health-care workers, … the elderly, and those with underlying conditions.”The Trump administration’s political rhetoric about vaccine development has raised alarm among other public-health experts. In the lead-up to the election, Trump has begun teasing that a vaccine could be available in weeks. Some have wondered whether the design of the current trials, released after substantial public pressure, will actually reveal the information that’s needed about these new vaccines. “The trials need to focus on the right clinical outcome—whether the vaccines protect against moderate and severe forms of COVID-19—and be fully completed,” wrote Eric Topol, a molecular-medicine professor at Scripps Research, and Peter Doshi, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, in a New York Times op-ed yesterday.People across the political spectrum also are expressing uncertainty about taking the vaccine, which could blunt the positive effects of its availability.So, as we approach winter, there are two wildly different stories to tell about what might happen. In the storybook ending, a vaccine becomes available, more testing reduces the number of contagious people, and the country brings the virus under control. In the darker scenario, vaccines are delayed, or even if one arrives, few people accept it as safe. Testing is ineffective, and collapsing social cohesion leads to less adherence to simple, effective public-health measures.[Read: A vaccine reality check]Throw in a presidential election, flu season, climate chaos, rampant misinformation online, and the path the country may end up on is not at all clear. “What the general public needs is a message that’s consistent, and that they can believe,” Fauci said. “And what’s happened, unfortunately—and I think you’d have to be asleep not to realize this—is that we are living in a very divisive society right now; there’s no doubt about that … It's politically charged, and what’s happened is that public-health issues and public-health recommendations have taken on a we-versus-them approach.”Can America’s science-and-technology infrastructure save us from a crumbling politics of grievance and anger? Not even a public servant with a record like Fauci’s can predict that.
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Should Stanley Cup winner get an asterisk? Former goalie weighs in
SportsPulse: Mackenzie Salmons sits down with former NHL goalie and NHL Network analyst Kevin Weekes to discuss the level of play during the Stanley Cup Finals and whether or not the winner should have an asterisk in the record books.        
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UK concert hall sheds name of slave trader whose statue was toppled
LONDON – A concert hall in the English city of Bristol that was named after 17th-century slave trader Edward Colston has renamed itself the Bristol Beacon saying the long-debated change was aimed at making everyone feel welcome. The concert hall was one of several places in Bristol named after Colston, who donated money he had...
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NYC restaurant "barely staying afloat," weary owner says
If another coronavirus wave hits the city, "I wouldn't even waste my time — I would just close," Ed McFarland says.
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Astros vs. Mariners prediction: Take Houston and Zack Greinke
Breaking! The New York Football Giants are expected to replace Saquon Barkley with Devonta Freeman (5-8, 206) or Bryson DeChambeau (6-1, 240). The Indians pushed Shane Bieber back a day, bouncing our bet. Cleveland’s ace will go Wednesday against the White Sox’s Lucas Giolito (4-3, 3.53 ERA). Giolito pitched a no-hitter on Aug. 25, but...
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Trump’s foreign policy report card is full of failing grades
Trump has performed poorly and doesn’t seem to care about much of the portfolio.
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Candace Owens: It’s time for 'a Black exit from the Democrat Party'
“Democrats have no issues lying... while minority communities suffer,” said author Candace Owens on Wednesday amid the increase of crime in liberal cities across the country.
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Announcement in Breonna Taylor case expected
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is expected to announce the results of the grand jury proceedings in the Breonna Taylor case. Follow here for the latest.
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What to do about parking violations on vacation
Sometimes it’s better to pay the parking fine now and fight it later.
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Kentucky Attorney General to announce grand jury decision in Breonna Taylor case
The long-awaited findings of a grand jury probe into the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor will be announced by Kentucky's Attorney General Wednesday afternoon.
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Officer Hit By Bullet During 'Ambush' Actually Shot Himself, Say Police
John Michael Goulart Jr., an officer in Pineville, Louisiana, is accused of having "altered the facts" after shooting himself, the police department said.
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Hunter Biden received $3.5M wire transfer from Russian billionaire: report
Hunter Biden received a $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, the richest woman in Russia and the widow of Yury Luzhkov, the former mayor of Moscow, Senate Republicans revealed in their report on the younger Biden’s work in Ukraine. Baturina is referenced in the 87-page report, which was released Wednesday, addressing her payment to...
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Gardner Minshew, Ryan Fitzpatrick swap facial hair trash talk ahead of game
Quarterbacks Gardner Minshew II and Ryan Fitzpatrick are spicing up what would otherwise be an unexciting iteration of “Thursday Night Football” in Jacksonville with some very on-brand trash talk. Both signal-callers have iconic facial hair, but Fitzpatrick — whose beard spills out of his helmet and mask — says men with mustaches would be bearded,...
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An army of RBG's clerks gathered to meet her casket
When justices die, their former clerks traditionally stand vigil​ by their former boss' casket as they lie in repose.
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Who Owns Palmetto Cheese? Costco Pulls Brand Over Brian Buck Henry's BLM Remarks
The owner of the brand is also mayor of a South Carolina town.
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This Senate race shows you can *never* be too extreme in Trump's GOP
Just hours after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last Friday, Georgia Republican Rep. Doug Collins took to Twitter to offer his, um, thoughts.
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Volkswagen unveils the ID.4, its new all-electric SUV
Volkswagen unveiled its first electric SUV, the ID.4, Wednesday. VW calls the ID.4 it's first long-range electric vehicle for the US market, and says it's an important part of the brand's overall move toward electric vehicles.
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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry show off backyard in Time 100 video
The couple made a joint appearance Monday on ABC's "Time 100" special.
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An RV-size asteroid will zip by the Earth Thursday, closer than the moon and some satellites
An asteroid about the size of a small school bus will zoom past the Earth on Thursday, passing within 13,000 miles of the Earth's surface.        
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Florida Dem. Lawmakers Say GOP Gov. DeSantis Has 'Declared War' on Civil Rights With New Proposal
"We are prepared to strap up our boots and, in the spirit of John Lewis, get into some good trouble," state Representative Shevrin Jones said in response to DeSantis' new proposal, which introduces new criminal offences for protesters.
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Revel scooters are being targeted by scavengers for their parts: NYPD
Scavengers are targeting Revel scooters for parts, the NYPD said on Twitter Tuesday. “If you happen to notice someone tampering with a @_GoRevel scooter, could you call us?” the Brooklyn’s 77 Precinct wrote. “In case you lost our number, it’s 911.” The precinct, which covers part of Crown Heights, didn’t provide any details in the...
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