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Army vet tells harrowing story of trip to Del Rio, Texas: ‘It was the biggest Biden rally I’ve ever been to’

Army veteran John Rourke joined "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Wednesday to describe what he saw in Del Rio, Texas as illegal immigrants are amassing by the thousands.
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Tucker Carlson to Launch Jan. 6 Riot Documentary—Suggests Was 'False Flag'
The trailer for the Fox News host's three-part series about the storming of the Capitol also includes a claim that "the left is hunting the right."
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How to Listen to Apple Music on Your PS5
You can now listen to Apple Music on your PS5 console while you are simultaneously playing video games. Here is everything you need to know.
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Virginia Governor Poll Puts Terry McAuliffe in Razor-Thin Lead
McAuliffe holds a one-point lead over Republican Glenn Youngkin in Virginia's race for governor, with early voting underway and Election Day fast approaching.
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You might not like college football’s new overtime rules, but do you have a better plan?
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Seven Puppies Dying in Hot Weather Sees California Animal Shelter Staff Charged
The animals allegedly died after being transported in temperatures between 90 and 100 F. The shelter described it as a "tragic incident."
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Trump Announced Virginia Trip Hours After 'Glenn Youngkin Has Banned You' Ad
The Lincoln Project advert suggested the GOP candidate is "embarrassed" of Trump and was released hours before the former president teased a visit.
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Spending Bill Live Updates: Progressive Democrats Lash Out at Moderates After Paid Leave Dropped
Fighting among progressive and moderate Democrats has intensified after paid leave was dropped from President Biden's spending plans. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
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Watch Meghan Markle Read Aloud Her Children's Book 'The Bench'
Meghan Markle has recorded a video of herself reading from her children's picture book, which she wrote "for my husband and our son Archie."
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Abandoning Nuclear Power Would Be Europe’s Biggest Climate Mistake
Zero-carbon nuclear power plants still provide almost one-quarter of the continent’s electricity. Nothing else will fill that gap reliably or quickly.
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The Experiment Podcast: What Does It Mean to Give Away Our DNA?
Listen and subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google PodcastsJust as the Navajo researcher Rene Begay started to fall in love with the field of genetics, she learned that the Navajo Nation had banned all genetic testing on tribal land. Now she is struggling to figure out what the future of genetics might look like, and whether the Navajo and other Indigenous communities should be a part of it.Further reading: “Race, Genetics, and Scientific Freedom,” “Return the National Parks to the Tribes,” “​​The Search for America’s Atlantis,” “Elizabeth Warren’s DNA Is Not Her Identity”A transcript of this episode will soon be made available. Please check back. Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at theexperiment@theatlantic.com.This episode was produced by Peter Bresnan and Julia Longoria, with help from Tracie Hunte and Alina Kulman. Editing by Jenny Lawton and Emily Botein. Fact-check by Michelle Ciarrocca. Sound design by David Herman, with additional engineering by Joe Plourde. Transcription by Caleb Codding. Special thanks to Pauly Denetclaw.Music by Keyboard (“Ojima,” “Staying In,” and “Being There”), Naran Ratan (“Jam for Bwengo”), Parish Council (“It’s Purple, Not Blue,” “Durdle Door,” and “Scented Letters”), R McCarthy (“Contemplation at Lon Lon”), and Column (“スキャン 「Scan」”), provided by Tasty Morsels. Additional audio from the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program.
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Covid-19 live updates: White House suggests flexibility in vaccine deadline for federal workers, contractors
"There is not a cliff here,” White House coronavirus coordinator Jeff Zients said.
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Judge denies New York City police union’s request to block vaccine mandate
The police union says Mayor Bill DeBlasio's mandate will “inevitably result” in fewer NYPD cops to protect the city’s streets.
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Did Anyone Win the Powerball Jackpot on 10/27/21? Numbers and Results
The jackpot is steadily rising again—Newsweek breaks down the numbers this week and whether there are any winners to be found among ticket-holders.
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It’s Bitcoin on the Subway, Hyperinflation on Twitter
Viral economic narratives around crypto are designed to offer easy answers to a complicated world.
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Two brand-new Facebook accounts descended into toxic, divisive rabbit holes within weeks. Here's how.
By the third week of a test of fictitious users, polarizing political content was constant, including misleading memes and conspiracy theories.      
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Marjorie Taylor Greene buys up to $50,000 worth of Trump SPAC stock during week of wild fluctuation
The stock is down from its high on Friday, when the Republican congresswoman purchased the shares.
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Flight diverted after passenger allegedly roughs up flight attendant
The American Airlines flight from New York to Orange County, outside L.A., was sent to Denver. Witnesses said the dispute was over wearing a mask.
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Tax and Spend Is Britain’s Way to Battle Inequality
Rishi Sunak’s gamble is that the spending will be temporary and all in the service of leveling up. 
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Sunak Does the Math for Tackling Britain’s Inequality
The U.K. is dedicating more spending for Boris Johnson’s “leveling up” agenda. What matters is how effective those investments will be.
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Man dies after driving over Grand Canyon’s western rim in apparent suicide
The unidentified driver was the only person inside the vehicle when it rolled into the canyon, according to Lea Cooper, director of marketing for Grand Canyon Resort Corporation.
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Jose Altuve ties Bernie Williams in postseason homers with 22
Jose Altuve's seventh-inning homer off Drew Smyly in the Astros’ 7-2 victory over Atlanta in World Series Game 2 on Wednesday night was the 22nd postseason home run of his career, tying him with Bernie Williams for second on the all-time list.
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Erdogan Leads Turkey Deeper Into Political and Economic Crisis
A recent threat to oust diplomats appears to be the latest attempt to distract attention from worsening domestic problems that have spooked investors.
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Next Pint Is on Rishi and Boris. You’d Better Make It Last
The Chancellor’s budget announcement contained some good news for pubs and other hospitality businesses. But the celebration won’t last long.
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Astros will be Yankees’ problem — even if they don’t keep Carlos Correa
HOUSTON — The Astros should re-sign Carlos Correa. If they don’t, though, it’s hard to see that serving as a Get Out of (No World Series) Jail Free card for their rivals over in The Bronx. For nights like Wednesday at Minute Maid Park, as the Astros evened this World Series with a 7-2 thumping...
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Climate Showdown Looms as Australian Disasters Mount
Australia, the driest inhabited continent, is repeatedly ravaged by bushfires and floods -- costly, life-claiming disasters that scientists warn have been exacerbated by a warming planet. It’s also one of the world’s biggest fossil fuel exporters and emitters per capita of greenhouse gases. Yet while most Australians insist they want more action to combat climate change, the country’s conservative government -- in power since 2013 -- has resisted moves that might undermine key industries. As thi
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Slow start dooms Clippers in loss to Cavaliers
The Clippers' poor first-quarter performance led to a 92-79 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday at Staples Center.
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Saints closing on deal with Texans for Mark Ingram
The Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints were working toward a trade Wednesday night that would send running back Mark Ingram to New Orleans, where he spent the first eight seasons of his career.
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ONLYONAP: Myanmar detainees systemically tortured
ONLYONAP: Myanmar detainees systemically tortured      
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Los Angeles County set to pay two families over photos from Kobe Bryant helicopter crash
Like Kobe Bryant's widow, other victims' families sued Los Angeles County over photos taken of dead bodies at helicopter crash site.      
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Man slashed during feud on NYC subway train
A man was slashed to the face during a fight on a Manhattan subway train Wednesday night, police said.
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Cardinals’ J.J. Watt to have shoulder surgery, season likely over
Defensive end J.J. Watt needs shoulder surgery and the Arizona Cardinals are not expecting him to return to the field this season, ESPN reported Wednesday.
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Newark replaces toxic lead pipes with copper
Utility crews in Newark, New Jersey, have removed more than 22,000 toxic lead water pipes from private property in the city using a new ordinance. (Oct. 28)      
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Braves leave Houston all tied up in World Series, but uphill climb will begin at home
In a World Series in which they once could lean on veteran Charlie Morton for the crucial Games 1 and 5, the Braves instead are conducting auditions.      
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Siblings describe witnessing savage murder of their brother in Houston horror house
Chilling details were revealed about the death of 8-year-old Kendrick Lee whose remains were found in the family’s apartment with his abandoned siblings.
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Samoan immersion preschool opens on US mainland
What's believed to be the first dual-language Samoan preschool on the US mainland has started, with a goal of preserving Samoan language and culture. (Oct. 28)      
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Biden to attend COP26 without own climate deal
Pressure is on President Joe Biden to deliver his climate change programs, as he and Democrats race to wrap up negotiations ahead of two global summits. Arriving empty handed in Glasgow could hinder Biden's ability to strike deals. (Oct. 28)      
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Lakers blow 26-point lead to come up short against Thunder
The Lakers allowed the Thunder to rally from 26 points down late in the game to lose 123-115 on Wednesday in Oklahoma City.
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Men Who Take Six Months of Parental Leave Are ‘Losers,’ Says a Prominent Venture Capitalist
Joe Lonsdale, a founder of Palantir Technologies Inc., has stoked a debate on Twitter about parental leave
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Businessman Ramit Varma enters L.A. mayor's race. Will Rick Caruso be next?
Ramit Varma, an Encino resident and businessman, launched his campaign for mayor at the Banc of California Stadium.
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Lakers blow 26-point lead in brutal loss to lowly Thunder
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 27 points, and the Oklahoma City Thunder rallied from 26 points down to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 123-115 on Wednesday night for their first win of the season.
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North Korea tells citizens food shortage will last through 2025: Report
North Korea's totalitarian government has told its people to tighten their belts -- literally -- for at least another three-plus years before Pyongyang plans on reopening the country's land border with China, Radio Free Asia reported this week.
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Net Zero Goals Aren’t the Solution to Climate Change, Says the World’s Third Largest Emitter Ahead of COP26
Developing nations need space to grow, says the environment minister of India, the world's third largest emitter
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Biden heading back to Capitol Hill to try to break deadlock on spending bills
President Biden will meet with House Democrats Thursday morning in an effort to break a conference deadlock and secure a vote on a Senate-passed bipartisan infrastructure bill.
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Nets still missing the old James Harden
Nets star James Harden’s road back to full speed is still clearly a work in progress — with no sign of how much longer it’s going to take.
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Video: Watch the 2021 PFL Championship post-fight press conference
Check out what the winners of 2021 PFL Championship had to say at the post-fight press conference.       Related Stories2021 PFL Championship results: Kayla Harrison dominates Taylor Guardado to win second championship2021 PFL Championship results: Kayla Harrison dominates Taylor Guardado to win second championship - Enclosure2021 PFL Championship results: Ray Cooper III rallies for massive $1 million knockout win - Enclosure 
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Tennessee Bills Would Prohibit Punishment of State Doctors Who Spread COVID Misinformation
The proposal protects advice "so long as the physician exercised independent medical judgment and believes the medical treatment is in the best interest of the patient."
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2021 PFL Championship results: Kayla Harrison dominates Taylor Guardado to win second championship
Kayla Harrison wins second championship, submitting Taylor Guardado in the main event of 2021 PFL Championship.       Related Stories2021 PFL Championship results: Kayla Harrison dominates Taylor Guardado to win second championship - EnclosureVideo: Watch the 2021 PFL Championship post-fight press conferenceTwitter reacts to Kayla Harrison's dominant $1 million title win at 2021 PFL Championship 
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Portland Timbers' Dairon Asprilla pulls off amazing bicycle kick goal against San Jose Earthquakes
The Portland Timbers' Dairon Asprilla submitted a late entry for Major League Soccer's goal of the year with an amazing bicycle kick goal.      
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