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City Council That Approved Abolishing Police: 'Where Are the Police?'

The Minneapolis city council, which unanimously supported a pledge to abolish the police, is now asking, "Where are the police?"
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Jon Hamm hits the beach with bikini-clad girlfriend Anna Osceola
Jon Hamm and girlfriend Anna Osceola had some fun in the Santa Barbara sun over the weekend.
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Coach Showed Up to Football Game COVID Positive and Parents Aren't Happy About It
"Being that this was an adult - shame on him."
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The 'Don't Do As I Do' Democrats | Opinion
As a matter of policy, economic hypocrisy is just as big an issue as those that arise in matters of personal conduct. It's obvious to the people, at least when they know about it. It should be just as obvious to the press.
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Majority of Gen Z women say they experienced a wake-up call during self-isolation
Four in 10 Gen Z women have experienced a wake-up call during quarantine that made them realize what they want to pursue in life, according to new research. The study asked 2,000 American women aged 18–24 about their time in isolation and how it has impacted them. As 44 percent of respondents have experienced a...
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Togo names first female Prime Minister
Togo's President Faure Gnassingbe has appointed the country's first female prime minister.
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Man with machete allegedly wrote satanic messages in blood on sorority house
A machete-wielding homeless man scrawled satanic messages in blood on a North Carolina sorority house and a car parked outside, authorities said. Patrick Canter, 25, is facing charges in the late Sunday incident at East Carolina University in Greenville, where a campus cop was flagged down by someone saying there was a man with blood...
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‘Somebody clearly broke the law to leak’ Trump’s tax history: Rep. Scalise
Democrats “don’t care” that “somebody clearly must have broken the law” to obtain President Trump’s tax returns, GOP House Minority Whip Steve Scalise told “The Brian Kilmeade Show” on Tuesday.
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NYC voters report getting absentee ballots with wrong return envelope
"I just got my NY mail in ballot today and the security envelope I'm supposed to put it in and sign has some other guy's name and address on it," one Brooklyn resident wrote.
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'Russia Doesn't Have To Make Fake News': Biggest Election Threat Is Closer To Home
National security officials say Russia is again trying to disrupt the election. But this time, it doesn't have to work so hard because Americans are spreading mistruths and doubts about the election.
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Our tax system, not Trump, is the scandal. It's designed to help rich people avoid taxes.
Trump and Republicans wrote the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. To no one's surprise, it added more ways for the wealthy to avoid paying their fair share.       
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See paramedics test a jet suit that can fly up mountains
An ambulance service in the UK's Lake District has tested a new jet suit that could help "save lives," according to the paramedics.
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Tech gadgets you can get for under $25 on Amazon
We're a few weeks into the tech launch season and it's safe to say that it's getting busy. And while a lot of the new things coming out are appealing, they often come in at fairly hefty prices. That's where cheap tech comes in handy.
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New survey: 65% doubt Hollywood's sexual harassers will be held accountable; only 23% report misconduct
The Hollywood Commission, led by Anita Hill, released new survey findings Tuesday that found few people report sexual harassment.        
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Biden and Harris release 2019 tax returns ahead of first debate
The release of the returns comes after a report found that President Trump payed just $750 in federal income tax in 2017.
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Alabama man reunited with photo of late wife blown away by Hurricane Sally
A man in Alabama recovered a special photo of his late wife that was blown away in the wicked winds of Hurricane Sally, all thanks to the help of strangers on social media
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If you don't want to spend $1,000 on a smartphone, here are some smartphones under $300
You don't need to spend $1,000 to get a smartphone. Here are 4 smartphones under $300.       
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NYC's rising coronavirus infections prompt new fine, school-closure threat
A new wave of coronavirus outbreaks in nine New York City regions, including Brooklyn, Queens, Rockland County and elsewhere, have officials worried about a resurgence in cases that may force another set of school closures just days after reopening. 
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Va. police identify man killed in DUI crash on I-95
Police say a speeding driver was under the influence when he ran into traffic backup and couldn’t stop in time.
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Joe Biden Paid Over $299,000 in Federal Taxes, Received Almost $47,000 Refund in 2019
Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris released their 2019 returns ahead of Tuesday's presidential debate.
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Trump campaign adviser Brad Parscale’s guns may be taken away after drunken arrest
Pascale, 44, had 10 guns in his $2.4 million waterfront home when he barricaded himself in the house with a loaded gun, prompting his wife to run to safety.
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Americans over 30 have been drinking more during the coronavirus pandemic, research shows
Americans over 30 have been drinking more during the coronavirus pandemic compared to this time last year, and there could be consequences to their physical and mental health, researchers reported Tuesday.
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Yankees vs. Indians prediction: Gerrit Cole, Shane Bieber means pick Under
The first-ever 16 team MLB playoff will feature in its first night two of the league’s best pitchers when the Cleveland Indians host the New York Yankees. Shane Bieber of the Indians led the majors during the regular season in strikeouts, ERA, wins, and quality starts. He gave up three runs or fewer coupled with...
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NYC elementary schools reopen amid pandemic
Hundreds of thousands of elementary school students are heading back to classrooms this week as New York City enters a high-stakes stage of resuming in-person learning during the coronavirus pandemic. (Sept. 29)       
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Chicken cutlets can stretch your dollar in a delicious way
Thin-sliced chicken breast is lightly floured and pan-fried to create a crisp protein for this light sauce.
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Lindsey Vonn adds ‘some gross content’ to Instagram
Apparently, there's no such thing as an overshare when it comes to Lindsey Vonn.
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Darius Rucker dating comedian Kate Quigley after split from wife Beth
He and Beth announced their split in July.
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Bad Bunny's glow-in-the-dark Crocs went on sale -- and promptly sold out
Your favorite pair of rubber clogs that you secretly love but are ashamed to rock in public got a fancy makeover thanks to a collaboration with Latin trap artist Bad Bunny.
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Fact check: 10 repeat Trump false claims to look out for at the debate
Donald Trump made dozens of false claims during the three presidential debates against Hillary Clinton in 2016. Trump returns to the debate stage on Tuesday against Democrat Joe Biden -- after making thousands more false claims as president. Here are 10 false claims that are among his most repeated.
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She wants to make sure you don't think of plants as 'just green accessories for the home'
Dianna Martinez started her business, the L.A. Garden, three years ago. It's now a thriving business and staple at art fairs and farmers markets around town.
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Titans suspend in-person training after NFL's first coronavirus outbreak; 3 players, 5 personnel test positive
At least eight members of the Tennessee Titans, including three players, have tested positive for coronavirus this week, marking the first outbreak in the NFL.
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Belarus detains 500 people at anti-government protests
KYIV, Ukraine — Authorities in Belarus have detained about 500 people during weekend protests against the country’s authoritarian president, who has claimed a sixth term in office in an election widely seen as rigged. Belarus’ Interior Ministry said Monday that 150 protesters were detained on Saturday and over 350 more on Sunday, when anti-government protests...
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Video: Did Israel Adesanya's dry-hump celebration go too far?
UFC fighters-turned-commentators Paul Felder, Dan Hardy and Angela Hill offer their unique perspectives on Israel Adesanya's celebration.        Related StoriesSpinning Back Clique: On Israel Adesanya's brilliance, Masvidal vs. Covington, Pacquiao vs. McGregorThiago 'Marreta' Santos thinks he'd knock out Jan Blachowicz again in rematchDaniel Cormier respectfully declines Jan Blachowicz's angry callout; peace is reached 
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California Gov. Newsom receives flu shot during live news conference: ‘It’s a simple thing to do’
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday received the flu shot during a live news conference, heeding advice experts have stressed for months as flu season this year coincides with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 
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The Padres, in the playoffs for the first time in 14 years, have San Diego going wild
They are limited to only cardboard cutouts inside Petco Park, but outside, Padre fever can be heard loud and clear this season.       
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Joe Biden Gave 1.5% of Income to Charity in 2019; Trump Gave Entire Salary to Government
Former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, gave 1.5% of their income to charity in 2019, records show.
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Flynn lawyer says she asked Trump not to pardon his former national security adviser
A lawyer for former national security adviser Michael Flynn acknowledged at a court hearing on Tuesday that she recently spoke with President Donald Trump about the politically charged case.
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Gabrielle Union settles with NBC over ‘America’s Got Talent’ racism allegations
NBC has negotiated a settlement with Union after she made allegations of racism and misconduct on the set of "America's Got Talent," the network said Tuesday.
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Lawyer for Flynn says she updated Trump on status of case
A lawyer for former Trump administration national security adviser Michael Flynn has told a judge that she updated President Donald Trump on the case’s status and asked him not to issue a pardon for her client
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Rawr! Carole Baskin's husband not happy with 'DWTS' judge after wife's elimination
"Tiger King" star Carole Baskin revealed what her husband's texts said after her "Lion King"-themed samba on "Dancing with the Stars."       
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Hacker releases Las Vegas school district's students, employees information: report
A hacker has released a cache of private information of students and employees that was stored by a Las Vegas school district after officials allegedly refused to provide them with the requested ransom, according to officials and a report.
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Microsoft Outage Locks Users Out of Office Suite, Email
A recent issue with Microsoft's Office 365 platform left many users completely locked out of Microsoft Office, Outlook, and Microsoft Teams which many have used as their primary means of work communication during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The disgusting way the Trump campaign is using Brad Parscale's mental health as a political weapon
Brad Parscale, who served as campaign manager for President Donald Trump's reelection race until earlier this year, has been hospitalized after an incident at his home in Florida, in which he was reportedly yelling and holding a loaded gun -- causing his wife to flee their home and call the police. According to Parscale's wife, Candice, he had made "suicidal comments throughout the week" and she believed he had shot himself.
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Arizona mail-in ballot printers kick into high gear as election nears
Arizonan businesses are shifting into high gear as the 2020 election season kicks off. 
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New York City Coronavirus Positivity Rate Rises Above 3 Percent for First Time Since June
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the uptick in daily test-positivity rates are partially due to elevated rates in nine ZIP codes.
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George Floyd and corporate America: 34 companies to release government workforce diversity data
Nearly three dozen companies including Amazon, General Motors, Target and Wells Fargo have agreed to share their workplace diversity reports.       
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Supreme Court's first week without Ginsburg includes coronavirus, 'Remain in Mexico,' revenge porn cases
The high court is expected to add as many as a dozen or so cases to its docket.
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American Airlines pilot: Thousands of us could lose our jobs this week if Congress doesn't step up
A Payroll Support Program extension would allow time for vaccine development and distribution and broader testing, which are both key to reopening international travel.
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Eric Trump clarifies remarks on being ‘part of’ LGBT community
President Trump’s son Eric affirmed he is not “part of” the LGBT community after appearing to come out in a televised interview Tuesday. A friend of the Trump family told The Post that “he misspoke” when appearing to say he was “part of that community” hours before his father’s first debate with Democratic presidential candidate...
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