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Police release body camera video of an officer shooting teen with autism
A Utah family is demanding answers after recently released body camera video shows a Salt Lake City police officer shooting a teenager with autism.  Jamie Yuccas spoke to the 13-year-old's father about the boy's recovery.
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Cynthia Nixon says Trump, coronavirus taught her America is in 'retrograde' when it comes to white supremacy
Cynthia Nixon spoke out about what the Trump administration and the COVID-19 pandemic has made her realize about America and white supremacy. 
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Tulane University contract worker accused of masturbating on campus sues after police shooting
He has accused the New Orleans school and its police department of using excessive force for allegedly ambushing him while his young child was in the car.
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Former Volvo CEO: Companies still aren't giving workers what they deserve
The pandemic has shown all of us the value of our hourly workers. CEOs must close the wage gap, respect their employees' contributions and pay attention to their psychological needs of safety, creativity, satisfaction and comradery.
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Senate GOP deliberates over SCOTUS nomination timeline as Trump prepares to announce pick
After Senator Mitt Romney of Utah announced his support for moving ahead with a Supreme Court nomination, Republican lawmakers are now deliberating over whether to hold a confirmation vote before or after the election. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Chief of Staff Mark Meadows warns of government aide shakeup
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows warned administration officials to expect a shakeup of senior aides at government agencies.
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Louisville police prepare city for an upcoming decision in Breonna Taylor case
Louisville is preparing for potential protests ahead of the state attorney general's announcement about whether a grand jury decided to charge the officers involved in Breonna Taylor's shooting death. An announcement is expected any day now from Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Jericka Duncan reports.
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'Respect the hell outta you': Inside Dak Prescott, Hayden Hurst's intimate exchange after Cowboys-Falcons game
Even after a crushing loss, Falcons TE Hayden Hurst made a point to seek out Cowboys QB Dak Prescott to thank him for his message on depression.        
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Johnson & Johnson Enters Phase 3 Trial for Single-Dose Coronavirus Vaccine
Multiple vaccines will likely be required to vaccinate billions of people to sufficiently suppress the virus.
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Trump expands ban on critical race theory to federal contractors
President Trump signed an executive order expanding a ban on government agencies receiving sensitivity training involving critical race theory to federal contractors. “A few weeks ago, I BANNED efforts to indoctrinate government employees with divisive and harmful sex and race-based ideologies,” the president announced on Twitter on Tuesday. “Today, I’ve expanded that ban to people...
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Professor put on leave for saying she hopes presidential supporters get COVID-19 and die
A college professor in West Virginia has been placed on leave after telling her students that she hopes supporters of a “certain person” running for president get coronavirus “and die before the election.” Video posted on social media identifies the teacher as Jennifer Mosher, a biology professor at Marshall University who made the inflammatory comments...
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Christian Extremists Compare RBG to Hitler, Celebrate Death of 'Mass Murdering Hag'
Right-wing Christian speakers have described Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death as an opportunity to shift the balance on the Supreme Court, potentially putting the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling in jeopardy.
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A healthy sex life boosts long-term survival hopes for heart attack victims
People who have had heart attacks can boost their chances of long-term survival by returning to normal levels of sexual activity, a new study shows.
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Tiger Woods called 'dumb-dumb' in mic'd up event
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Harvard Medical deans: Push for COVID-19 vaccine must put health above politics
We are profoundly concerned that avoidable missteps could undermine the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign.        
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Pirates prospect Oneil Cruz under influence of alcohol in crash that killed three in Dominican Republic, per reports
Pittsburgh Pirates' Oneil Cruz was under the influence of alcohol during a crash that killed three in the Dominican Republic, per multiple reports.       
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The Energy 202: Landmark Supreme Court climate ruling more vulnerable than ever with Ginsburg's death
A 2007 decision gave the federal government the power to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. Now with President Trump poised to add another justice, some conservatives are itching for the court to take some of that power away.
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The Finance 202: Mnuchin, Kudlow split points to leadership vacuum behind coronavirus stimulus stalemate
The Treasury secretary wants new spending that the White House economic adviser said the economy could live without.
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President Trump praises his COVID-19 response at largely maskless outdoor rally
President Trump praised his administration's COVID-19 response at an outdoor rally Tuesday night, despite the U.S. passing 200,000 virus-linked deaths. His political opponents, former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris, are pushing back and accuse him of downplaying the deadly virus. Ben Tracy reports.
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Hear why Cindy McCain endorsed Joe Biden
Cindy McCain, the widow of longtime Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona, endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. CNN's David Chalian explains why this could have an impact on the US election.
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On This Day: 23 September 2009
Emmy Award-winning comedy drama "Modern Family" premiered in the U.S.. (Sept. 23)       
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Corales Puntacana Championship a good chance to take long odds
After taking a beating at Winged Foot, many of the world’s top players skipped the trip to the Dominican Republic for the Corales Puntacana Resort & Golf Club Championship. The only top-10 player from last week’s U.S. Open in the field is Will Zalatoris and he is the favorite at BetMGM at 12/1. Zalatoris currently...
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There's a pandemic, but Southern California home prices are at record levels
Southern California home prices rose 12% in August, as people sought to take advantage of rock-bottom interest rates despite the coronavirus pandemic.
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UFC on ESPN 16 official poster released for rescheduled Holly Holm vs. Irene Aldana fight
Check out the official poster for UFC on ESPN 16: Holly Holm vs. Irene Aldana.        Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 16 official poster released for rescheduled Holly Holm vs. Irene Aldana fight - EnclosureYoussef Zalal excited to show off his Dutch kickboxing style vs. Seung Woo ChoiUSA TODAY Sports/MMA Junkie rankings, Sept. 22: Colby Covington's big night 
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Henry Cavill Is a Soft, Swole Sherlock Holmes in Netflix’s ‘Enola Holmes,’ Because We Deserve This
It's been a hard year, so enjoy Sherlock Swolmes.
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The luxury air business is booming — as many Californians struggle to breathe
Wealthy consumers are spending big on air filtration systems for their homes and cars as COVID-19 and wildfires rage.
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In Arizona, voter outreach groups become lifelines for people hit by COVID-19
Door-knockers are finding a landscape changed by COVID-19. They have become lifelines for communities that could decide the presidential election.
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Why can’t France get rid of racial slurs?
The real reason for so much agitation lies in the desire to keep in place power dynamics rooted in the colonial past.
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Sen. Mike Lee: Supreme Court justice confirmations in election years are common — despite Dem complaints
Democrats and their media allies are saying it would unfair for Senate Republicans to fill a seat in this election year when we refused to do so in the last presidential election year. But any close examination of the facts shows that it is perfectly fair and consistent.
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Help! My Relatives Call Every Day to Beg Me to Save My Abusive Dad’s Life.
He used to beat me with a baseball bat. I’m not going to give him my kidney.
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Why do we grieve so deeply for public figures like Justice Ginsburg?
Even though we never met them, notable people can feel like family or friends, and it’s important to honor our heartbreak.
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Crowds begin to gather at Supreme Court to say goodbye to Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Three days of remembrance are scheduled for the second woman to serve on the high court.
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Beta remnants move East into Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama
Up to almost 15 inches of rain fell on the southern side of Houston from Beta and produced major flooding in the city.
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Happiest States in the U.S. Ranked
West Virginia was ranked the unhappiest state in the U.S.
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ShowBiz Minute: Lennon, TIME, Hart
John Lennon's killer says he sought glory, deserved death penalty; TIME names Gabrielle Union, The Weeknd and Megan Thee Stallion among the 100 most influential people in the world; Kevin Hart inks new multi-platform deal with SiriusXM. (Sept. 23)       
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Jamal Murray is the delight of the NBA playoff bubble
Jamal Murray led the Denver Nuggets to a Game 3 win over the Los Angeles Lakers thanks to a steady hand and shooting prowess that have come to define his NBA bubble breakout.
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Attorney for accused killer Kyle Rittenhouse releases video in self-defense claim
An attorney for suspected militia member Kyle Rittenhouse — who is accused of fatally shooting two protesters and wounding a third at a Black Lives Matter protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin — has released a video he insisted shows the teen acted in self-defense. Rittenhouse, 17, of Antioch, Illinois, faces six criminal counts, including first-degree intentional...
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'America's Forgotten' Illegal Immigration Movie with Joe Biden Clip Has Democrat Filmmaker on Edge
"America's Forgotten" explores the human costs attributed to illegal immigration: "Due to the possible political backlash all credits have been voluntarily withheld by the crew of this film."
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Asteroid to have 'extremely close encounter' with Earth this week
An asteroid will have an "extremely close encounter" with Earth on Thursday, when it flies by the planet at a distance of fewer than 20,000 miles, according to the Virtual Telescope Project.
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Parents say 28-year-old doctor who died after coronavirus battle spent her life helping people
Dr. Adeline Fagan's goal in life was to help people, her parents said.
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Used Condoms Being Washed And Resold, Inspectors Say After Raid on Factory
Officials found 324,000 used sheaths ready to be rinsed and reshaped before being packaged and sold to unsuspecting customers.
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How Elon Musk Is Helping Tom Cruise Go To Space
The "Mission: Impossible" star is taking movies to new heights with plans to film one out in the solar system in a ship owned by SpaceX billionaire Musk.
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The unmaking of the Supreme Court
Republicans could be ushering in the end of a Supreme Court as we know it.
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Trump Says Cindy McCain 'Can Have Sleepy Joe' After She Explicitly Backs Biden
Cindy McCain said that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden lives by her and her late husband's values.
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The Health 202: Getting a coronavirus vaccine approved before Election Day will be impossible
The FDA is expected to announce stricter standards to shore up public trust.
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Harley-Davidson hires its first female CFO, an ex-Tyson Foods executive
Gina Goetter will become Harley-Davidson's chief financial officer starting Sept. 30. She is the first woman to be hired as CFO at the company.       
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The Cybersecurity 202: This was the month cyberattacks turned fatal
In a first-ever case, German police are considering homicide charges after a cyberattack
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Chicago again restricts travel to and from Wisconsin, orders 14-day quarantine to limit exposure
Chicago added Wisconsin to its list of states with travel restrictions again. The order will go into effect Friday at 12:01 a.m.       
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