Barack Obama is publishing a memoir -- right after the election

Former President Barack Obama's long-awaited presidential memoir is coming this year -- but not until after the November election.
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If you’ve been laid off, now is the time to pivot your skills into a new career
Some people think they’ve hit a dead-end when the industry in which they’ve built their career downsizes, temporarily closes or shuts down. But “there’s no reason to lose hope,” said Kenneth Johnson, president of East Coast Executives, a recruitment firm based in Harlem. “Individuals in any industry can learn to pull out their transferable skills...
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Tom Brady reached ‘another level’ to prepare for Buccaneers redemption
Fueled by a subpar performance against the Saints in Week 1, following which Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians wasn’t shy about placing the blame on his new quarterback, Tom Brady appears intent to put it all to rest on the field. NFL Network reported Sunday that the 43-year-old Brady “went to another level” during practice...
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How to Watch the Final Round of the US Open
Golf's biggest event is coming to a close today. Here's how to watch all the action as it unfolds live.
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Xbox Series X & S Preorder Tips: 8 Best Ways to Avoid Pre-Release Sellouts
Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S preorders go live soon. Here are eight tips you can use to ensure you get a sweet next-gen console on day one.
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Voter Interest in Election at Highest Level in 16 Years: Poll
The polling results could suggest "a sky-high turnout" for the November 3 general election.
Filling Ginsburg's seat: What the Senate does next
CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports on when to expect a vote on the next Supreme Court nominee.
Trump eyes a female nominee to fill Ginsburg's vacant seat
CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford reports on Ginsburg's legacy and next steps in the nomination process.
Open: This is "Face the Nation," September 20
Today on "Face the Nation," remembering Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the champion of women's rights whose death has set off a political earthquake in the final stretch of Campaign 2020.
Trump Uses Curve Gesture While Saying He'll Nominate a Woman to Supreme Court
President Donald Trump said Saturday that he will "most likely" nominate a woman as his Supreme Court pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg—but it's a hand gesture he made that drew his critics to accuse him of misogyny.
Emmys 2020: How to watch, the nominees and more
The 2020 Emmy Awards will be like unlike anything we've ever seen. Jimmy Kimmel will host the show from the Staples Center but without a live audience.
The evolution of Jimmy Kimmel’s career
From "The Man Show" to hosting the Emmys for the third time, Kimmel has done it all.
Man Sentenced After Cops Find Loaded Gun 'Concealed in his Rear End'
A 24-year-old Louisiana man was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to weapons charges stemming from a loaded .25 caliber handgun police found "concealed in his rear end."
Trump calls Colby Covington during post-match interview to congratulate him on win over Tyron Woodley
UFC fighter Colby Covington received a special call from President Trump during a post match interview after beating rival Tyron Woodley by way of TKO on Saturday night.
Subway Train Derails in New York City After Saboteur Reportedly Throws Debris Onto Tracks
The derailment occurred after a train collided with debris on the trackbed as it pulled into the station, causing a wheel to slip free.
Joe Biden Resisting Calls to Unveil List of Potential Court Picks
ATLANTA — Joe Biden is resisting calls from President Donald Trump and even some fellow Democrats to release his list of potential Supreme Court picks seven months after he pledged to name the first Black female justice.
Jets, Giants rename photo work room in honor of Post’s Anthony Causi
The Jets and Giants honored late Post photographer Anthony J. Causi by renaming the photographers’ work room at MetLife Stadium in his honor. The teams made a joint announcement before Sunday’s Jets-49ers game at the stadium that “The Anthony J. Causi Photo Work Room” would honor Causi and feature some of his most memorable photographs....
After submission win, Mackenzie Dern admits surprise at Randa Markos' tactics at UFC on ESPN+ 36
Mackenzie Dern looks back at her first-round submission victory over Randa Markos at UFC on ESPN+ 36 in Las Vegas.        Related StoriesKhamzat Chimaev says he's no 'Khabib No. 2'; predicts finishes of Kamaru Usman, Israel AdesanyaTwitter reacts to Colby Covington's dominant TKO of Tyron Woodley at UFC on ESPN+ 36Twitter reacts to Donald Cerrone vs. Niko Price draw at UFC on ESPN+ 36
Florida judge on Trump’s short list to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg
President Trump is looking at a Cuban-American judge from Florida as one of the contenders on his short list to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Barbara Lagoa, 52, has already passed Senate confirmation after Trump nominated her last year to the US Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. Lagoa also...
Ginsburg's death thursts SCOTUS into the 2020 presidential election
CNN's John King speaks with Senate Democratic Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) about Trump's push to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and what the upcoming Senate fight means for GOP senators up for reelection.
Federal court issues preliminary injunction halting Trump administration’s ban of Chinese app WeChat
'White Privilege'? Working-Class White Kids Most Disadvantaged in UK Schools as System Prioritises Minorities
White working-class children have been systematically disadvantaged in the United Kingdom as educational institutions prioritise children from minority backgrounds, a report submitted to the House of Commons Education Select Committee found.
Tropical Storm Beta to bring heavy rainfall to coastal Texas, Louisiana as it crawls ashore early this week
Widespread heavy rainfall is likely in Texas and Louisiana, with storm surge flooding underway.
John Dickerson on the Senate's impending Supreme Court fight
"60 Minutes" correspondent on the history of SCOTUS confirmation hearings, and Mitch McConnell's reversal over the principle of voting on high court picks during an election year
Trump Blesses Oracle’s TikTok Deal, Delaying Potential U.S. Ban
Oracle plans to take a 12.5% stake in the new TikTok Global, while Walmart has tentatively agreed to buy 7.5% of the entity
John Dickerson on SCOTUS fights
“60 Minutes” correspondent John Dickerson looks at the history of Supreme Court confirmation battles, and at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's reversal on his principle regarding no vote for a high court nominee during an election year.
Nature: Seals on Cape Cod
"Sunday Morning" takes us to Head of the Meadow Beach at Cape Cod National Seashore in North Truro, Massachusetts, where seals are enjoying the last days of summer. Videographer: Michael Clark.
Netflix’s ‘Cheer’ Powers Through 2020 Controversy To Win Emmy for Outstanding Structured Reality Program
Voting for TV Academy members had closed before series subject Jerry Harris was arrested for production of child pornography on September 17.
Trump renews attacks on Jim Cramer after CNBC host’s ‘Crazy Nancy’ apology
President Trump on Sunday renewed his attacks on Jim Cramer after the CNBC host apologized for referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as “Crazy Nancy” during an interview last week. “Jim, to late to take it back. Stay with the truth, no pandering!,” Trump said in a tweet, misspelling “too.” The “Mad Money” host called...
Bobby Flay on breaking bread at the dinner table
The chef and restaurateur reflects on what quarantine has meant for a return to dinners and conversations with family and friends
Peacock and Roku Finally Make a Deal. What Took So Long?
This is new territory for NBCUniversal, which is taking its time to get the details right.
Bobby Flay on families returning to the dinner table
Chef and restaurateur Bobby Flay reflects on what quarantine has meant for a return to dinners and conversations with family and friends.
No. 17 Miami runs past No. 18 Louisville 47-34 in ACC opener
D'Eriq King threw three touchdown passes and No. 17 Miami used big plays to beat No. 18 Louisville 47-34 on Saturday night in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams.
Judge temporarily blocks US WeChat ban
A federal judge has temporarily blocked President Donald Trump's executive order banning WeChat downloads in the United States.
The TikTok Deal Stinks
For one thing, TikTok will very much still be a Chinese company.
Happ, Frazier lift Yanks over Red Sox for 10th straight win
Less than two weeks removed from a slide that threatened to derail their season, the New York Yankees are on the cusp of another postseason berth.
Trump, Biden address Puerto Rico's ongoing crisis weeks before elections
The island is still recovering from Hurricane Maria, which hit exactly three years ago.
Emotions can mess up an investment plan. Beware of 6 irrational ways to make decisions
Researchers have identified more than 100 biases or tendencies that lead to poor decisions. These are six of the most common ones.
LeBron James criticizes Lori Loughlin sentence that includes ‘prison of her choice’
Basketball legend LeBron James is not a fan of Lori Loughlin’s prison sentence.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: An appreciation
Correspondent Rita Braver remembers Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and talks about how the diminutive Supreme Court Justice, who only came up to her shoulder, was nonetheless a giant.
Person, NC State hold on to beat Wake Forest 45-42 in opener
Ricky Person Jr. scored the short go-ahead touchdown with 5:51 left to help North Carolina State edge Wake Forest 45-42 on Saturday night in the Wolfpack’s delayed season debut.
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Trump Vows to Nominate Woman Next Week as Crowd Chants “Fill the Seat”
The president said he hasn't decided who he will nominate for the Supreme Court but suggests confirmation vote could take place during lame-duck period.
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Pelosi on Using Impeachment to Stop SCOTUS Nomination: 'We Have Arrows in Our Quiver'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said on Sunday's broadcast of ABC's "This Week," that Democratic lawmakers have "arrows in our quiver," when asked if impeachment was a possibility to stop a lame-duck Supreme Court nomination should President Donald Trump loss the White House in November and the vacancy following the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has not been filled.
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Dina Lohan credits fiancé Jesse Nadler for getting her back on track
Love has been a healing potion for Dina Lohan.
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Florida man survives alligator attack while walking dog, gets 65 stitches
A man in Florida was bit by an alligator and nearly dragged into a canal behind his home last Sunday, all while walking his dog.
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Lady Gaga, lost ... and found
The songwriter-performer's sixth consecutive #1 album, "Chromatica," explores the private pain that colored her hugely successful career and a fame she grew to hate - and helped her reclaim the woman behind the persona
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NFL live updates: Tom Brady looks to avoid 0-2 start; Aaron Rodgers hopes to keep rolling
Follow along for live updates and news from the Sunday afternoon games across the league.
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Kentucky infectious disease expert who pushed mask-wearing dies of COVID-19
A Kentucky infectious disease expert who forcefully led local calls to wear masks has died after a four-month battle against COVID-19. Dr. Rebecca Shadowen, 62, had been a vocal advocate for mask-wearing from the very early stages of the coronavirus pandemic reaching the US, posting about it on social media, her family told NBC. She...
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Patriots vs. Seahawks prediction, line: All signs point to Seattle
A couple of VSiN handicappers found some worthwhile action on the NFL’s Week 2 Sunday card. Home team in CAPS: SEAHAWKS -4 over Patriots: The Seahawks showed us a completely updated offensive scheme in a 38-25 victory at Atlanta in Week 1 that executed the second-highest pass rate on early downs (65 percent), leading to...
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