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California Voters to Decide Whether to Recall Newsom

On Election Day, Californians are deciding whether to remove the governor from office and, if so, who should replace him.
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Princess Mako: Countries Where Women Are Not Allowed to Reign As Queens
Princess Mako was never in line for the throne because Japan—like many countries—only lets royal men rule as emperor.
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Judge in Derek Chauvin trial will identify jurors who convicted him of George Floyd's murder
The judge who oversaw the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted in April of murdering George Floyd, will make public next week the names of 15 jurors and alternates.
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Shooter opens fire at Boise shopping mall, killing two before exchanging fire with police
A gunman opened fire at a mall Monday in Boise, Idaho, leaving four people injured and two dead. Police arrived on scene within minutes and exchanged fire with the suspect, leaving the shooter in critical condition. Carter Evans reports.
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Queen Elizabeth II carries out first official engagements a week after overnight hospital stay
Queen Elizabeth II has carried out her first official engagements, virtually, from Windsor Castle since spending a night in hospital and canceling a trip to Northern Ireland last week.
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John Oliver says 'f---ing let' policer officers who resist vaccine mandates quit
"Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver took aim at police officers who have yet to get the COVID-19 vaccine, encouraging them to "f---ing" quit if they don't want to comply.
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Manchin's not keen on more Medicaid expansion
Democrats may sever new health benefits from their social spending bill to get his support.
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How Alexis Lafreniere’s mystery Year 2 slowdown could shake up the Rangers
But they were five words that will reverberate. And they could not have been an afterthought, at all.
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Democrats scramble to salvage climate provisions in the face of Manchin’s opposition
Democrats and White House officials are optimistic they can reach a deal on climate before next week's U.N. climate summit.
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Gun that killed Halyna Hutchins used for leisure shooting by crew the morning of the accident: report
Crew members on the movie “Rust” reportedly used the firearm involved in the death of Halyna Hutchins the morning of the fatal accident.
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Long Island’s Chris Wade one win from $1 million after escaping grueling PFL format
Think taking on one fight in one night is tough? Try two. Chris Wade has been there, and he’s done with that.
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Gunfire Inside Mall in Boise Mass Shooting That Left 2 Dead Heard on Video
Two people have died and five others were injured, including the suspect and a police officer, in a shooting in Boise, Idaho.
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NFL referee Carl Madsen dies after working Chiefs-Titans game
The league confirmed Monday that Madsen died on his way home. Madsen, 71, was driving home to Weldon Spring, Missouri, when he had an apparent medical issue. Police were first called at 4:46 p.m. CT about an SUV stalled in a lane on Interstate 65 North with the driver unconscious.
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Braves fans come together to send team to World Series
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Police admit mistakes in Brian Laundrie case
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Man shot during attempted robbery on subway train
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Gov pledges millions to bolster healthcare workers
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Fmr Murdaugh housekeeper settles with law firm
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Shots fired at officer during traffic stop
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Amazon workers expected to vote on union
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Baltimore tests unvaccinated city employees
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Officials request dental records for missing woman
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Soldier charged in deaths of elderly relatives
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Formula One commentator Brundle slams Megan Thee Stallion's bodyguards after Texas tussle
F1 commentator Martin Brundle said Megan Thee Stallion's bodyguards should "learn some manners" after they tried to intimidate him into not interviewing him at the U.S. Grand Prix in Texas on Sunday.
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The latest on Covid-19 vaccines for children
The FDA's independent vaccine advisory board is meeting to discuss whether the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine should be authorized for children ages 5 to 11. Follow here for the latest news updates.
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Chipotle cancels in-restaurant Boorito deal for $1 million free burrito giveaway, $5 Halloween meals
Chipotle Boorito 2021 has changed again amid COVID-19. To get a $5 Halloween meal, you need to order online and there's a contest for free codes.      
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DeSantis Elevates Vaccine Antics to Theater of the Absurd
The Florida governor’s offer of jobs and bonuses to out-of-state police officers shows there is no outrage too great in service of his political ambition.
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A nor'easter is hammering the East Coast with heavy rain and threatening flooding
A snowless nor'easter was dropping heavy rain in parts of the US Northeast including metro New York on Tuesday morning, and will threaten flooding and power outages into Wednesday.
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Astronomers Find Evidence of a Planet Outside Our Galaxy for the First Time
The possible Saturn-sized planet was detected in the galaxy Messier 51, 28 million light-years from Earth, making it the most distant exoplanet ever found.
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Why Barry Weiss Left 'Storage Wars'—And When He's Returning
After years away from the reality show, "Storage Wars" fan-favorite Barry Weiss is returning. Here's when you can catch him back on A&E.
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NASA discovers first possible planet outside our galaxy
Scientists may have detected signs of a planet transiting a star outside of the Milky Way, in what could be the first planet ever to be discovered outside our galaxy.
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NASA discovers first possible planet outside our galaxy
Scientists may have detected signs of a planet transiting a star outside of the Milky Way, in what could be the first planet ever to be discovered outside our galaxy.
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The search for creative solutions to the thorniest issues in Biden's agenda as deadline pressure kicks into high gear
There comes a point in every major legislative negotiation when a deal is in sight, but not close enough to be a sure thing.
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Sonny Osborne, original 'Rocky Top' artist and bluegrass great, dies at 84
Legendary bluegrass musician Sonny Osborne of the Osborne Brothers – whose blazing banjo was the first to play "Rocky Top" on record – died at age 84.       
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Majority in US concerned about climate, new poll finds
A new poll found a growing share of Americans believe global warming is accelerating and climate change is a problem of high importance.       
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Who Is Princess Mako's Husband Kei Komuro and What Does This Mean for Japan's Royal Family?
Princess Mako has taken her husband's surname following their marriage, marking the first time she has had a family name.
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Barack Obama, Bruce Springsteen talk race, reparations and the American dream in a new book
Out Tuesday, "Renegades: Born in the USA" builds on conversations between the president and the Boss from their podcast of the same name.
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Huizar seeks to gut corruption case, says alleged $1.5 million in gifts were not bribes
Lawyers for former L.A. City Councilman Jose Huizar say prosecutors have not met the strict standard set by the Supreme Court for proving bribery.
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Podcast: Stuck for days in L.A.'s biggest traffic jam
Sailors on cargo ships spend months at sea. Now, a shipping bottleneck and lack of access to COVID vaccines have them stuck on their vessels.
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MIT expert on work says any boss who thinks employees will return to offices is dreaming
The author of a prescient book on the workplace tells The Post" If companies make employees who can do their jobs at home go into the office it will be harder for them to hire, and other companies will benefit."
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As Grammy voting begins, Gen Z acts are favorites. But could a 95-year-old take the top prize?
Amid reforms in the Grammy nomination process, Olivia Rodrigo and Lil Nas X are considered early favorites. But a (very) old-school album could steal the show.
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Who's haunting the home of Hagerstown's founder?
In nearly 300 years, a house is bound to collect a ghost or two. Hager's Fancy could be home to at least 13 ghosts.       
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Campaigning ‘from the middle out’ won’t save Democrats
This effort can be driven only by independent movements, by organizers on the ground, by activists who decide collectively that this is a time not to give up but to move up.
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The grind to repeat as champions proved to be too much for Dodgers
Ill-timed injuries, an inconsistent offense, a diminished rotation and a red-hot Atlanta Braves team all helped end the Dodgers' season.
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The ugly origins of qualified immunity
A pair of recent Supreme Court decisions will make it more difficult to hold police officials accountable for misdeeds.
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Major US airlines, travel industry leaders donate more than 20,000 flights for Afghan evacuees
Seven airlines, along with other travel industry leaders, are donating more than 20,000 airline tickets to Afghan evacuees to get to their final destinations in the US, matching an additional 20,000 flights contributed by the public, the White House, Welcome.US, major airlines and Miles4Migrants will announce Tuesday morning.
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Major US airlines, travel industry leaders donate more than 20,000 flights for Afghan evacuees
Seven airlines, along with other travel industry leaders, are donating more than 20,000 airline tickets to Afghan evacuees to get to their final destinations in the US, matching an additional 20,000 flights contributed by the public, the White House, Welcome.US, major airlines and Miles4Migrants will announce Tuesday morning.
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Eric Metaxas: Is atheism the enemy of freedom? Here's how retreating from faith makes US less free
Religious liberty – meaning we can chose any faith or none – was a wild concept when the Founders tried it 250 years ago. But it has made America one of the most religious countries on the planet.
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More than 4,000 people lose power in New York, New Jersey amid nor’easter
The majority of the outages are in Queens -- with 605 people affected, according to the Con Edison.
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