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Ginsburg honored as gender equity 'founding mother'
Tributes are flowing for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the court's second female justice, who died Friday. She leaves a long legal and cultural legacy with many considering her "the founding mother of gender equity. " (Sept. 19)       
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Authorities intercept envelope addressed to White House with ricin: report
The White House reportedly received an envelope with the deadly substance ricin on Saturday, a law enforcement official told The New York Times.
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No. 12 Oklahoma State needs magic from third-string quarterback Shane Illingworth to survive Tulsa
No. 12 Oklahoma State was trailing Tulsa in the third quarter when it turned to third-string quarterback Shane Illingworth to save the day.        
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Domingo German adamant about Yankees comeback: ‘It isn’t over’
Domingo German is channeling an iconic Yankee to signal what he hopes will be an eventual return to the franchise. After a chaotic few days in July in which his career was over and then it wasn’t, German appears to be back working toward pitching for the Yankees again in the future. “It isn’t over...
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How long each Supreme Court Justice has served on the bench, and how long it took to confirm them
The supreme court justices have enjoyed long tenures on average, and do not always vote the way their record would indicate
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Landmark Roe v. Wade case could be overturned after Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death
The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg could have dire implications for Roe v. Wade, the decision affirming a woman’s right to abortion. A judicial third rail since the day it was handed down in 1973, Ginsburg had been a longtime champion of the ruling, and voted to defend abortion rights time and again during her...
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Behind the scenes of Brad Pitt’s turbulent introduction to Scientology
Pitt dabbled in Scientology for three years where he was “twinned” with a 15-year-old girl for up to five hours a day in a hot sauna during “purification" rituals and screamed at by church superiors during “bull baiting” sessions.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Warns November Vote for Biden May Determine 'Survival' for Many Americans
The New York congresswoman said the November 3 election is about "survival"—and not just about supporting Joe Biden's Democratic presidential campaign—following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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Susan Collins says she opposes voting on SCOTUS nominee before election
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, announced on Saturday that she thinks Republicans should, out of "fairness to the American people," wait until after the 2020 elections to vote on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's replacement.
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Portland Protestors Tear-Gassed 8 Days After Mayor Orders No Use of Tear Gas
Local officials said federal law enforcement, not police, fired the gas at protestors gathered outside a building of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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Lala Kent and Randall Emmett reveal gender of their first child together
It's a girl!
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What is the process of filling a Supreme Court vacancy?
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death leaves a vacancy just six weeks ahead of the presidential election.
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Reports: Authorities Intercept Package Containing Ricin Mailed to the White House, Addressed to Trump
Law enforcement agents intercepted a package addressed to the White House containing the toxic poison ricin earlier this week.
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Nadler proposes Senate expand number of SCOTUS justices if Dems win election
Rep. Jerry Nadler punched back at Republicans proposing to confirm a new Supreme court justice before the next term by suggesting Democrats add seats to the bench if they win control of the Senate in November. 
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Voters Split Almost 50/50 on Trump Appointing Supreme Court Justice Before Inauguration Day: Poll
Slightly more than half of voters (51 percent) said they do not believe Trump should appoint a new Supreme Court justice before the presidential inauguration in January 2021.
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BLM activist from Indiana admits to posing as black person, vows to ‘seek help’
Another “black” activist has admitted to being a white person. Satchuel Cole, a community organizer for Black Lives Matter in Indiana, fessed up to the years-long ruse in a Facebook post last week — and vowed to “seek help” for what appears to be an increasingly common affliction across the US. “Friends, I need to...
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An Oklahoma State University bull rider died from injuries sustained during competition
An Oklahoma State University bull rider has died from injuries suffered during a rodeo competition.
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Brooklynites remember borough native Ruth Bader Ginsburg
She was the queen of Kings. Brooklynites mourned Ruth Bader Ginsburg Saturday as one of their own, hailing her life as the consummate Big Apple success story, a Midwood girl who made real good — all the way to a seat on the United States Supreme Court. “She was a good example If you work...
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Roosters, monkeys and other ‘illegal’ pets keep NYC 311 complaints high
Roosters are ruffling the feathers of New Yorkers more than ever. But monkeys are driving the Big Apple bananas too. From Jan. 1 through Sept. 15, the city 311 hotline has logged 315 calls about “illegal animals” kept as pets. More than half of those have been for cock-a-doodle-doers. Rooster complaints led the flock with...
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Here's how long it's taken to confirm past Supreme Court justices
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death has set the stage for a looming political battle over the future of the Supreme Court and who will fill her now-vacant seat.
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Epic Games vs. Apple: Fortnite creator files new court documents against iPhone giant
Epic Games doubled down on its request for a preliminary injunction that would require Apple to put its beloved video game back in the App Store.      
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Cracker Barrel is adding alcohol to the menu for the first time in its history
The next time you go to order a Momma's Pancake Breakfast, you can add a mimosa to your order.
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Orcas are ‘ripping open’ great white sharks for their livers, hearts and testicles
It turns out that great white sharks aren't always the hunter — the feared killers of the ocean are prey for orcas.
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Mets vs. Braves prediction: Don’t expect an Amazin’ outcome
Sorry Rutgers. Seems there will be a football season … Amazin’, no? The Mets still in the playoff hunt? Chances are slim, there is very little wiggle room for setbacks, but second-place Miami still can be caught or the Mets can slip in the back door with a wild card. Braves invade Queens this weekend....
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How pancreatic cancer has been a deadly disease for American icons in 2020
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday from complications of metastatic pancreatic cancer.
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'Come on, guys': Firefighter goes viral debunking wildfire conspiracies on TikTok
Firefighters are, obviously, known for fighting fires. But one is taking his job a step further -- by fighting conspiracy theories, too.
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Amy Coney Barrett front-runner on Trump list of potential Justice nominees: Sources
A conservative female federal judge appears to be the lead contender on President Trump's list of potential nominees to fill the seat of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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ActBlue shatters donation record in hours after RBG's death
The Democratic donation platform said it brought in more than $30 million between in 12 hours.
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Best star snaps of the week: John Legend, Snoop Dogg, Lily Collins and more
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Bleach touted as ‘miracle cure’ for coronavirus being sold on Amazon: report
Snake oil salesmen are invading Amazon selling bleach disguised as “water treatments” for COVID-19. An investigation by the Guardian found chlorine dioxide solutions being sold under the brand name CD Kit and NatriChlor on Amazon — despite a promise from the tech giant to crack down on crackpots. (Since the Guardian’s report, the brand products...
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President Trump, Presidential nominee Joe Biden and other celebrities react to RBG's death
There was no shortage of reaction to the news. Tributes poured in across Twitter Friday night. Jennifer Lopez was one of many to pay her respects.        
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Opinion: Given his dominance, LeBron James should have won more MVP awards
Just like Kobe Bryant probably should have won more than one MVP, LeBron James probably should have more, considering how he has dominated the game.       
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The tortured logic from right-wing media about replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The “Biden rule,” “seize the moment” and other self-serving justifications you’ll hear more of in coming days.
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Manchester United sunk by former player Wilfried Zaha in sorry start to EPL season
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Manchester United sunk by former player Wilfried Zaha in sorry start to EPL season
Manchester United made a sorry start to its English Premier League campaign on Saturday with a 3-1 home defeat to Crystal Palace as Wilfried Zaha scored twice against his former club.
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Donations pour in from the left after Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death
Democrats brace for a nomination fight ahead of the presidential election and look to build momentum for a Senate takeover.        
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Lindsey Graham Says He Backs Trump in 'Any Effort to Move Forward' on RBG Vacancy
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said that he is supporting President Donald Trump “in any effort to move forward” concerning the vacancy left by the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Graham would preside
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Penny Nance: After Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death conservative women are ready to fight for Trump's nominee
Americans were given little time to remember the legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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Cardi B says she has 'not shed not one tear' over divorce from rapper Offset
Cardi B filed for divorce from her rapper husband Offset earlier this week. She wants legal and primary custody of their 2-year-old daughter.        
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Sources: Trump Considers Coney Barrett, Lagoa, Thapar For Supreme Court Spot
Barrett sits on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit; Lagoa sits on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit; Thapar on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit.
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Law enforcement intercepts package of ricin mailed to Trump: report
The FBI and Secret Service are investigating a package containing the highly-toxic poison ricin that was mailed to President Trump last week, CNN is reporting. The package was intercepted by law enforcement, the report said. Two tests were done to confirm the presence of ricin in the package, law enforcement sources told the network. It’s...
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Scalia's son on father's "odd couple" friendship with Ginsburg
"She said at one point that when they were judges together, initially on the appeals court, they sat next to each other and my dad would whisper jokes to her during arguments," Scalia's son recounted.
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Antonin Scalia's son on his father's "odd couple" friendship with RBG
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's famously close friendship with Justice Antonin Scalia seemed, at first glance, an unlikely pairing. "I think we were all aware that it publicly seemed like an odd couple, but you know, when they were together, it never felt like that," Scalia's son Chris said on CBSN.
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Former clerk on Justice Ginsberg's legacy
Gillian Metzger, a Columbia University professor and former law clerk for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg remarks on her legacy of hard work for causes of equality. (Sept. 19)       
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Killed in WWII, these New York City brothers were buried side by side
Alan Cahn was a young boy living in Forest Hills, when his cousins, Ferdinand and Alfred Lebrecht, were killed in combat during World War II. “It is kind of a biblical story,” the 80-year-old Cahn told The Post. The brothers were German Jews who had escaped Nazi Germany and settled on the Upper West Side...
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Arizona Senate candidate Mark Kelly could take office early if he wins, putting him in place for a court vote
If Democratic candidate Mark Kelly were to defeat Sen. Martha McSally, he could be sworn in before year's end – in time to vote on a court nominee.        
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NFL has come so far since Doug Williams made black QB history
Doug Williams was the first black NFL QB to win a Super Bowl in 1988 — and the league has come a long way since then, our columnist Steve Serby writes.
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