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Baltimore hits 250 homicides for 2021, with 25 in September

Baltimore has already reached 250 homicides so far in 2021, as violence continues to surge in the city's streets, according to a report.
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Donald Trump's TRUTH Social Prohibits 'Excessive Use of Capital Letters'
The former president's new social media website is called TRUTH Social and was announced on Wednesday.
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'Whole forests will be saved': Is solar cooking more than just a flash in the pan?
Solar cookers reflect the sun's rays to cook food, and advocates say they can be a more sutainable way of cooking than using fuels like wood and kerosene.
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Brian Laundrie Remains Have Likely Been Found, Family Lawyer Says: 'Probability Is Strong'
Brian Laundrie was reported missing just days before the body of his girlfriend Gabby Petito was found in Wyoming.
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Colossal Explosion Captured on Camera as Suspected Gas Leak Shatters Buildings
Rescuers in Shenyang in northeastern China said on Thursday that the blast caused three deaths and left 30 others injured.
Covid-19 live updates: CDC advisers weigh mixing and matching coronavirus booster shots
Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster vaccines could be with clinicians and pharmacies as early as Friday, if the CDC chief signs off.
Multiple storms will bring flooding and mudslide potential to west coast
Atmospheric river brings much needed drought relief to the West. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam shows which areas will see the most drought relief.
Larry Kudlow: Economic message on supply chain is ‘vintage Jimmy Carter’
Top GOP House leaders and 160 lawmakers called on President Biden Wednesday to fix the U.S. "supply chain crisis" or face a doomed holiday season
CDC warns people to throw away Chihuahua onions after salmonella outbreak
The red, white and yellow onions were imported from Chihuahua, Mexico, and distributed by ProSource Inc., the CDC said.
CDC advisory panel to review FDA's decision on Moderna, J&J booster shots: Live COVID-19 updates
A federal committee is expected to vote Thursday on whether to allow booster shots for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccines. More updates.
The Experiment Podcast: Justice, Interrupted
Listen and subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google PodcastsLast week, Justice Sonia Sotomayor announced that the Supreme Court had broken with tradition and changed its rules for oral argument. This came after a study revealed that women are disproportionately interrupted by men in the highest court in America. This week, we’re re-airing a More Perfect episode about the Northwestern University research that inspired the Court’s changes.This story originally aired on More Perfect, a Radiolab spin-off about the Supreme Court.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
8 of the Best 'Bones Day' TikToks After Noodle the Pug Goes Viral
In 2021, the fate of your day rests in the paws of 13-year-old pug Noodle, who has gone viral for his "bones day" videos.
California police officer charged with assaulting a teenager during a traffic stop
A Los Angeles County police officer has been charged in connection with the arrest of a 16-year-old male he allegedly kicked after the teen had surrendered and was lying face down on the ground, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón announced Wednesday.
Strong probability that the suspected remains found in a Florida park are Brian Laundrie's, family attorney says
The apparent human remains authorities found Wednesday in a Florida park most likely belong to Brian Laundrie, the family attorney told CNN.
Chicago Police Officer Accidentally Shoots and Injures 2 Colleagues
The shooting occurred during a struggle with a man after officers followed a car linked to a homicide investigation, the city’s police superintendent said.
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Did Anyone Win the Powerball Jackpot on 10/20/21? Numbers and Results
The Powerball jackpot is getting higher once again after a lucky winner took home a huge prize earlier this month. Newsweek has the most recent results.
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Kemba Walker’s rocky Knicks debut still ends with a win
This wasn’t quite the Knicks debut Bronx native Kemba Walker imagined.
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Lindsey Graham warns of possible nuclear arms race with China if hypersonic launch is true: report
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., sounded the alarm over reports that China successfully launched a hypersonic missile and said—if true—the advancement would be something the U.S. could not ignore, according to a report.
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Julie Green, artist who painted prisoners' last meals, dies aged 60
The artist died shortly after completing a decades-long project depicting the final suppers of US death row inmates.
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Bill Clinton: 'I'm on the road to recovery'
Former President Bill Clinton released a video on Wednesday, saying he is on the road to recovery, glad to be back home, and that he was "so touched by the outpouring of support" he received while hospitalized in Southern California last week. (Oct. 21)      
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Current climate trends are "code red" for the future of our health
The severe impact of climate change on human health is in "code red" according to a new report by the Lancet Countdown. This, just ten days before COP26 in Glasgow. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the latest.
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From Neil Cavuto to John King to Colin Powell, the personalizing of the vaccine debate
The vaccine debate has taken a strikingly personal turn, with public figures and high-profile journalists at the center of the national argument, with many of those on opposite sides of the vax wars seizing on each instance to pound home their points.
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Don’t Celebrate the Defeat of Austria’s Conservative Star
Even in disgrace, former Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has something to teach Europe’s center-right parties about the way forward.
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Eddie Rosario belts two homers to lead Braves past Dodgers
LOS ANGELES — Eddie Rosario needed only a double to complete the cycle after his fifth-inning single on Wednesday. “And then he hit a homer, so that’s better,” Braves manager Brian Snitker said. That second homer, a three-run blast, came in the ninth inning to complete a 4-for-5 night in the Braves’ 9-2 demolition of...
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Biden’s favorite stat — that 55 major corporations paid no federal income tax
The president says this over and over. But the number is not based on an examination of tax returns.
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With Virginia governor's race looming, Biden takes to CNN town hall to pitch his agenda to voters
The public forum comes at a pivotal moment for President Biden's social spending package, as Democrats fret over the key Virginia gubernatorial race.       
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NLCS: Eddie Rosario Leads Atlanta Past Los Angeles Dodgers
A midseason pickup from Cleveland, Eddie Rosario has been nothing short of incredible. He led the way in yet another win.
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Chicago Cop Accidentally Shoots Two Other Police Officers
The officer discharged his weapon during a struggle with a suspect in a homicide investigation in Lyons, Illinois.
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Knicks’ Mitchell Robinson dominates in paint with double-double
With Taj Gibson and Nerlen Noels, Mitchell Robinson was thrust into the starting-center role and scored 11 points and grabbed 17 rebounds in the Knicks' 138-134 double overtime victory over the Celtics on Wednesday night at the Garden.
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Greg Gutfeld: We are our own enemy now, and we don’t have to lift a weapon
China may have just launched a hypersonic weapon, but we're killing them in so many other areas. They only have two pronouns. We have 237.
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German Bild Tabloid Scandal Is More Than a Local Affair
Axel Springer can no longer say it’s just another German company when it comes to having guidelines on workplace relationships.
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World's top cocaine producer now wants to export perfectly legal drug
Colombia wants to become a major player in the international market for medical marijuana as the industry is creating an economic opportunity some have never seen before. CNN's Stefano Pozzebon reports.
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Tesla Made a Smart Bet in China. It’s Paying Off
Elon Musk’s strategy of using a less expensive, more practical battery is now being rolled out globally. Getting more cars on the road faster ultimately will win the EV race.
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Movies: Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune'
The director of 'Blade Runner 2049' brings his vision of Frank Herbert's sci-fi literary classic to the screen.
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Knicks’ Obi Toppin has strong start to his second season
Obi Toppin looked every bit like the player who flashed promise and potential in the playoffs and was the talk of training camp in the Knicks’ thrilling, 138-134, double-overtime victory over the Celtics.
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NYT: Agreement reached to scrap race as a factor in NFL concussion settlements
The National Football League and lawyers for Black players who accused the league of discrimination have filed a joint proposal to "scrap the use of a race-based method to evaluate dementia claims made by former players in the league's concussion settlement," according to a New York Times report.
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2 Chicago cops shot after officer accidentally fires gun during struggle with suspect: report
Two Chicago police officers suffered minor injuries Wednesday night after another officer reportedly accidentally fired their gun during a tangle with a suspect.
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Commentary: Center field has been a tough learning curve for Dodgers' Gavin Lux
Dodgers center fielder Gavin Lux is taking a crash course at a new position in the heat of the playoffs.
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Florida porn star sentenced in death of man found in shallow grave
Lauren Wambles, also known as Aubrey Gold, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for her role in the July 2020 shooting death of Raul Guillen.
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More people are getting boosters than new Covid-19 vaccinations. And others could soon become eligible for an additional shot
People looking to boost their Covid-19 vaccinations have surpassed the number of people looking to begin them and the additional doses may soon be made available to a greater proportion of the US.
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NY Times’ Tom Friedman says Democrats struggling because they've ‘gone too far to the left’
New York Times columnist Tom Friedman spoke candidly Wednesday night about why he believed Democrats were struggling in election campaigns in states like Arizona and Virginia.
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Ingraham: There's no shortages of these kinds of turkeys
Laura Ingraham went after Democrats and Joe Biden for tanking the U.S. economy, causing heightened inflation, and tearing down freedom on 'The Ingraham Angle.'
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With the Return of the ‘90s, Burberry Tries to Be Cool Again
The brand has found a new CEO to steer its turnaround plan. Can Jonathan Akeroyd work his Versace magic?
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Meet the UAE’s Royal Troubleshooter — and Maybe Next Big Boss
The de facto ruler’s brother, Sheikh Tahnoon bin Zayed, has emerged from obscurity to handle sensitive diplomatic tasks and oversee an exploding business empire
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China wipes Boston Celtics from NBA broadcasts after Enes Kanter slams Tibet abuses
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Democrats resurrect 'defund the police' with vaccine mandates against law enforcement: James Craig
James Craig, the former police chief in Cincinnati and Detroit, slammed Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan over vaccine mandates for law enforcement on Wednesday's "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
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FOX Bet Super 6: NFL Week 7 picks, how to win $100,000 for free
Week 7 of the 2021 NFL season is shaping up to be a wild one. There are multiple games with double-digit point spreads and several more in which the favorite is expected to win by more than a touchdown.
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Eddie Rosario misses out on cycle, but hits two homers to power Braves' win
Eddie Rosario missed chance to become only the second player in MLB history to hit for the cycle in a playoff game in Braves' 9-2 win in NLCS Game 4.
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Hannity: US in a 'dangerous state of decline' under Biden
Fox News host Sean Hannity decried the "dangerous state of decline" under President Biden in his monologue Wednesday.
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