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Biden canceling Chicago trip as his legislative agenda hangs in the balance

President Joe Biden is canceling plans to travel to Chicago on Wednesday in order to continue leading crucial negotiations in Washington over his legislative agenda, a White House official told CNN.
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Police Officer Punching Young Black Man in Face Caught on Video
The Hemet Police Department in California said it will "thoroughly" investigate the officer's use of force.
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‘Superman & Lois’: The Super Sons Break Down Their Complicated Season 1 Relationship
"There was a lot there that they decided to not do, and that caused this show to be special," Alex Garfin told Decider.
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Who is Michelle Young? The Story Behind the Lead for 'The Bachelorette' Season 18
Michelle Young is the latest person looking for love in Season 18 of "The Bachelorette," but how did she end up on the show?
A giant hole was discovered in an area north of Canada known as the 'Last Ice'
An area expected to have ice as thick as 16-feet had a hole in it due to extreme wind, causing concern as to if the ice is thinning.
New 620-mile railway line connects China and Laos
China's intense railway expansion has marked a new milestone with the official opening of a new track that pushes beyond its own frontiers into its southern neighbor Laos.
Ahmaud Arbery murder trial: Jury selection off to slow start
Attorneys planned to resume questioning potential jurors Tuesday in the trial of three white men charged with chasing and killing Ahmaud Arbery following a slow start and some admonishment from the judge to speed things along.
Taylor Swift will induct Carole King into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift will induct newcomers into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during its annual ceremony, set for Cleveland on Oct. 30.
Melanie C tears up over ‘DWTS’ elimination: ‘I had such high expectations’
Following her elimination from "Dancing With the Stars," the singer also revealed which member of the Spice Girls she would nominate to compete next.
Greta Thunberg ‘Rickrolls’ climate concert with crazy dance moves in Sweden
Greta Thunberg “Rickrolled” a climate concert in Sweden -- belting out Rick Astley’s "Never Gone Give You Up" in front of a screaming crowd of teenagers.
Despite winning, lineup choices and ice time not adding up for Rangers
The Rangers are winning, but that doesn't mean there haven't been some curious decisions behind their start.
'Arrest Bill Gates' Protesters Swarm Car Before Microsoft Founder Attends Private Dinner
Gates was in London to attend dinner with U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who invited 20 of the most influential business figures to Downing Street.
What actually happened during GameStop mania?
In late January, there was one question on the minds of investors: How did a struggling mall-based video game retailer became Wall Street's hottest stock, seemingly overnight?
CNN's Brian Stelter avoids Dr. Sanjay Gupta's explosive Joe Rogan interview on 'Reliable Sources' media show
CNN's left-wing media guru Brian Stelter turned a blind eye to his colleague Dr. Sanjay Gupta's interview with Joe Rogan after his network praised its chief medical correspondent for daring to appear on the popular podcast.
Quake off Greece's Karpathos shakes eastern Mediterranean
An earthquake struck off the Greek island of Karpathos early on Tuesday, shaking towns and cities across the eastern Mediterranean, witnesses and media said.
Above-average weather forecast for East, West to see rain and mountain snow
After a chilly start to the week for most of the eastern U.S., above-average temperatures return by midweek.
The Ultimate ‘Real Housewives’ Book Is Finally Here And We’re Celebrating It on Instagram Live
Author Dave Quinn is giving us the inside scoop on writing the inside scoop.
This railway will soon link China to Laos
Part of China's "Belt and Road Initiative," the 621-mile railway connecting Kunming to Vientiane is expected to be fully operational by the end of 2021.
Russia accuses CNBC’s Hadley Gamble of being a ‘sex object’ sent to distract Putin
Vladimir Putin was caught on camera making flirty faces with her before they went onstage -- where he then suggested she was "too beautiful" to understand his answers.
Florida student torches colleges' 'draconian' COVID policies, warns 'surveillance state is taking root'
Campus Reform reporter, Ophelie Jacobson, sounded the alarm on COVID policies on college campuses around the nation warning "the surveillance state is taking root."
Jill Biden on getting teachers fair pay: "It starts at the top"
Mrs. Biden, who is a teacher at Northern Virginia Community College, is the first person​ to have a job while serving as first lady
States face an extra hurdle in boosting the Johnson & Johnson vaccines
The vaccine was originally distributed to the hardest-to-reach populations.
Breakthrough Cases Like Colin Powell's Make Up Under 1 Percent of COVID Deaths
The death of the former secretary of state, who was vaccinated and being treated for cancer, illustrates the need for booster shots, expert says.
Magic Johnson on unvaccinated players: "I would never do that to my teammates"
As the NBA prepares to celebrate its 75th season, it’s tapped Magic Johnson to serve as a season-long ambassador. The basketball legend sits down with Lilia Luciano to talk about the league, its legacy, and why NBA players need to get vaccinated.
Elizabeth Strout’s ‘Oh William!’ is yet another dazzler
The novel investigates timely themes — loneliness, grief — in a rich, mesmerizing narrative.
Eye Opener: Mix-and-match COVID boosters could soon be authorized
Mix-and-match COVID booster shots could soon be authorized while a vocal minority of protesters are pushing back against vaccine mandates. Also, remembering the legacy of Colin Powell. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Diver finds 900-year-old sword on the Mediterranean seafloor
An amateur diver uncovered the four-foot long sword, which likely once belonged to a Crusader knight almost a millennium ago.
Could Mexico Be the Next Denmark?
The country is poised for a long period of unspectacular but steady economic growth.
Manchin’s shameful child-care stance isn’t just bad politics. It’s self-defeating policy.
The senator is forcing a choice among four crucial pillars of a holistic solution to help struggling families.
The costs of climate change are getting lost on Capitol Hill
As Democrats in Congress face pressure to lower the price tag of their $3.5 trillion tax-and-spending package, economists are sounding the alarm over climate spending that might be scaled back.
Girls’ soccer Top 10: Good Counsel is No. 1; Broadneck, Marriotts Ridge join
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Seneca Valley, once Maryland’s premier football program, tries to recapture its glory
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Boys’ soccer Top 10: St. John’s, Walter Johnson lead the way as the postseason approaches
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Five renovations that will add the most value to your home
The vast majority of the top five projects involve outdoor work.
Taco Bell is giving away free breakfast burritos
Breakfast is back on the menu at Taco Bell, so it's giving away free food to celebrate.
A Black mother lost her son to police violence in 2008. People are finally saying his name
Sheryl Bell's son Julian Alexander was killed by Anaheim police in 2008. His name is only now being talked about in the same breath as George Floyd and other Black Americans killed by police.
After a devastating summer of fire, parts of California might get a break this fall
With peak fire season upon us, rain and wind are in a race for who gets here first.
Ohio college student 'angry' and 'scared' after 'cisgender men' installed radiator in dorms: 'Safe space'
An Oberlin College student described being “scared” and “angry” after the school announced a work crew would be installing radiators in a “safe space” dormitory for women and trans students
Editorial: How to handle an anti-vaccine 'stay-at-home' protest against schools
Some parents kept their kids home from school Monday to protest vaccine mandates. The lesson here: There's nothing constructive about harming schools or children's education.
Virginia Democrats are worried. They should be.
Terry McAuliffe should be cruising to victory in Virginia. Here's why he isn't.
Myles Johnson might make it to the NBA. But he wants a legacy beyond basketball
UCLA center Myles Johnson hopes to inspire other Black students to follow his size-17 footsteps toward a career in engineering.
Explaining ‘Vivid’ mode on the Switch OLED and the best games for it
Games with darker shades benefit the most from this new feature.
'Free of shame': Billy Porter shares heartbreaking abuse story in vulnerable new memoir
Billy Porter knows a thing or two about glamour. But life was far from glamorous for Porter, as he details in his new memoir "Unprotected."
Podcast: LGBTQ+ comics on Dave Chappelle's Netflix special
Critics accuse Dave Chappelle's Netflix special of transphobia. Here's what some LGBTQ comics think
What is an ‘emotional push-up’? Exploring the concept of mental health gyms.
These entrepreneurs have established gyms to help clients maintain emotional fitness. Could this be the start of a trend?
Confronted with losing their jobs, 99% of LAUSD teachers meet COVID-19 vaccine requirements
In some schools, teachers and other workers suddenly disappear, leaving voids, but there are no massive disruptions after vaccination deadline.
Colby Covington: Kamaru Usman only accepted rematch because UFC threatened to strip his title
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Hollywood's latest attraction: a museum dedicated to horror and science fiction
Called Icons of Darkness, the museum represents a lifetime of collecting by child actor turned director Rich Correll. It's part of Hollywood's revival from the pandemic.
Fauci's Lionization Reveals a Dark Truth: Fame Has Replaced Competence | Opinion
The real message of "FAUCI," it seems to me, is that if you can't be a good COVID czar, at least be a polarizing one.