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California rabbi's attorneys weighing legal action over LA County restricting holiday dinners

Attorneys representing a California rabbi sent Los Angeles County a letter on Wednesday demanding that they abandon a coronavirus policy restricting in-home gatherings for High Holidays like Yom Kippur.
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Kiwanis Club celebrates 100th-anniversary serving local children
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Travel agents still struggling during pandemic
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Police ask for help to find missing man
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Teen creates training obstacle course for K-9 unit
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Local Humane Society reopens for in-person visits
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Elton John to delay concert until April 2022
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Local businesses fighting to stand out
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Breonna Taylor's Case Says It Loud and Clear: Black Lives Don't Matter | Opinion
Racism is outwardly embraced in this nation, with Black folks victimized, blamed and punished for it. The Kentucky grand jury's decision is just one more example.
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Lizzo is Vogue's October cover girl
In case you forgot, here's a reminder: Lizzo is still 100% that -- well, you know the rest.
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NYC school superintendents livid over Carranza furlough flap
They gave him an F in basic courtesy. Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza angered DOE superintendents Wednesday when he failed to tell them they were furloughed during a conference call — and only later informed them via email, sources said. The omission infuriated already overwhelmed administrators — some of whom broke down in tears during an...
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Bali tourist hotspot from ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ is now a COVID-19 crematorium
Eat, pray, burn. A village in Bali that became a tourist hotspot after it was featured in the hit memoir “Eat, Pray, Love” is now a massive COVID-19 crematorium, according to a report. Bebalang Village — where author Elizabeth Gilbert stopped during her soul-searching journey — has been flooded by the bodies of people who...
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Lawrence Jones warns Breonna Taylor protests will be ‘in vain’ without focus on changing policies
The protests that have engulfed cities across America this summer will have been "in vain" without a focus on changing public policy, Fox Nation host Lawrence Jones told “America’s Newsroom” Thursday.
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Halloween 2020 Is Still Up in the Air, But Americans Are Already Eating More Candy Than Ever
Folks are either desperate for trick-or-treating this year, or suffering from a serious sweet tooth.
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Kobe Bryant signed the floor after his final game. That memento is being auctioned
The current bid for a portion of the Staples Center floor autographed by Kobe Bryant is $210,000.
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Hispanic voting advocates say their voters can be engaged — but the clock is ticking for campaigns to do it
“Latino voters aren’t apathetic. They are unconvinced,” said one voting rights advocate.
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Godiva CEO Annie Young-Scrivner to step down after 3 years on the job
Godiva CEO Annie Young-Scrivner is leaving the high-end chocolatier after three years on the job. Young-Scrivner plans to step down at the end of November to “pursue a new opportunity outside of the company,” Godiva said in a statement Thursday. The New York-based candy maker has started searching for her replacement and Young-Scrivner will help...
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Malibu estate of late Hollywood composer Johnny Mandel seeks $23.75 million
In Malibu, the scenic bluff-top estate of Oscar-winning composer Johnny Mandel is back on the market at $23.75 million.
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Facebook, FBI Eye China As They Step Up Fight Against Foreign Election Interference
China-linked accounts wiped out by Facebook for "coordinated inauthentic behavior on behalf of a foreign or government entity" had little impact but caught the eye of U.S. officials wary of outside attempts to interfere in the 2020 elections.
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California man trained in family vineyard before driving into protesters: FBI
A California man has been using his family’s vineyard as a “tactical training camp” before he mowed down a group of protesters in his truck, federal authorities said. Benjamin Jong Ren Hung, 28, was busted Wednesday on gun crimes stemming from him driving into a demonstration May 31 in Pasadena, according to a federal criminal...
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Chris Rock will host the season premiere of 'Saturday Night Live'
"Saturday Night Live" is returning to Studio 8H next weekend for the first time in months, and its host will be one of show's most familiar names.
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California sheriff's department fires the deputy seen on video punching a 14-year-old boy
The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department has fired a deputy who was seen in a viral video punching a 14-year-old boy.
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Florida teacher’s aide, paramedic brother die of COVID-19 just one day apart
A pair of Florida siblings -- one a paramedic, the other a teacher’s aide -- died from COVID-19 just one day apart, relatives and county officials said.
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Andrew Cuomo says gun violence in NYC getting worse
The Big Apple’s wave of gun violence is getting worse, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday as he railed on the city for not yet adopting a police reform plan like he previously ordered. “New York City — shootings with victims up 103 percent,” Cuomo pointed out during a Manhattan press briefing. “It’s negative and it’s...
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The economy’s been shredded in 2020 — yet it doesn’t seem to matter in the election
Voters see the economy as being in trouble, but don't blame the incumbent president.
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Baker makes lifelike 'selfie' cake, slices off piece of her 'face'
You are what you eat and, apparently, this woman eats a lot of cake.
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Sanders charges Trump is aiming to ‘de-legitimize’ election through ‘massive voter suppression’
Sen. Bernie Sanders is warning that President Trump is going “down the path of authoritarianism” by refusing “to commit to a peaceful transition of power if he loses the election.”
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If you absolutely have to fly right now, here's how to do it as safely as possible
Here are some travel safety tips from the experts for flying during the coronavirus pandemic.
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‘My 600-lb Life’ star Coliesa McMillian dead at 41
"I've allowed food to waste my life," she once said.
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UFC fighters slam Colby Covington as ‘racist’
Several UFC fighters are standing up to Colby Covington. Dana White is standing to the side. Even after Covington followed his recent win over Tyron Woodley by culturally disparaging Nigerian-born UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman, White said his fellow Trump supporter was free to continue saying whatever he pleased. “These guys all have their own...
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Mattingly's Marlins could clinch berth at Yankee Stadium
Don Mattingly returns this weekend to the Bronx, where his best years as a player always ended when the regular season did.
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'Gimme Shelter': How wildfires ravaging California make its housing crisis harder to solve
Massive wildfires are more frequent and more ferocious in California, and the risks are making it more difficult to solve the state's housing shortage.
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New On HBO and HBO Max October 2020
Nicole Kidman is expanding the "rich white lady with secrets" universe with The Undoing.
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25 temporary hacks for sprucing up a rental apartment
We spoke with interior decorators about rental apartment decorating ideas for your bedroom, kitchen, office and more.
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No 'coordinated national voter fraud effort' in past elections, FBI director says
FBI Director Christopher Wray said Thursday that there hasn't been a coordinated national voter fraud effort in past elections, regardless of the method of voting.
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ViacomCBS probed sexual misconduct allegation against CEO Bob Bakish: report
ViacomCBS investigated an allegation of sexual misconduct by its chief executive Bob Bakish, according to a new report. A former employee at Viacom’s Nickelodeon cable channel claimed that Bakish touched her inappropriately at the company’s holiday party in 2016 when he was acting CEO, according to tech news site, The Information, which cited anonymous sources....
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Mandy Moore is pregnant, expecting a baby boy with husband Taylor Goldsmith
This will be their first child together.
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Public Enemy’s Chuck D on Breonna Taylor case: ‘It was a teachable moment’
Public Enemy is still ready to "Fight the Power."
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Donald Trump's Women Problem: Poll says Red State Women are Backing Joe Biden
New polling from the New York Times and Siena College found a widening gender gap working to Biden's advantage in Iowa, Georgia and Texas—three states Trump won in 2016.
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Royals outfielder Alex Gordon to retire after season
Kansas City Royals outfielder Alex Gordon, the former first-round pick whose rollercoaster career took him from near bust to All-Star and Gold Glove winner, announced Thursday he will retire after the season.
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Video Shows Woman Getting Tased at Middle School Football Game After Not Wearing Mask
"The female advised that she had asthma and was not going to put it on," local police said in a statement about the incident.
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Naked Ballots, Signature Mismatch, and More: How to Avoid the Biggest Vote-by-Mail Traps
Voting should not require navigating an obstacle course, but here we are.
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Louisville school district postpones football games to Saturday and Sunday amid protests, curfew
Jefferson County (Kentucky) Public Schools postponed high school football games scheduled for Thursday and Friday to Saturday and Sunday.       
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Boris Becker denies criminal bankruptcy claims in London
Former tennis star Boris Becker appeared in a London court Thursday, pleading not guilty to a string of criminal charges related to his bankruptcy case.
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Western wildfires fuel politics of climate change
As some residents on the West Coast return to communities devastated by wildfires, voters are weighing how important the issue of climate change is in the 2020 presidential election. The director of Yale's Program on Climate Change Communication, Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz ,joins CBSN to discuss the "quite dramatic" differences between President Trump and Joe Biden's positions.
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How Democrats could falter on health care
If the Supreme Court doesn't strike down the ACA, it could take the wind out of the sails of reform.
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Breonna Taylor protesters urged nonviolence, then 2 Louisville police officers were shot
Protesters discouraged violence after the indictment in the Breonna Taylor case. Two officers were shot while responding to a crowd.        
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Letters to the Editor: Trump isn't running for election. He's running against the election
President Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power is the latest clue that he will try to nullify the popular vote.
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