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Democrats struggle to unearth Afghanistan failures without hitting the White House

They're leading six investigations into the missteps that led to a deadly withdrawal, but they also don't want to hurt their own party's president.
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St. Margaret Mary marks 85th anniversary with special mass, festival
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Non-profit hands out gun safes to gun owners
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Student burned after 'intentional' bus fire
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School fights prompt City officials to meet
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Workers could be terminated if not vaccinated
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Georgia professors protest new changes
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5 y/o pumpkin farmer to donate money
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MLB in talks to launch nationwide streaming service for home games without cable TV
Major League Baseball is in talks to launch a nationwide video-streaming service that would enable fans to watch their teams' hometown games without a cable-TV subscription, The Post has learned.
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Meredith Marks ‘offended’ by Jen Shah claiming she called the feds on her
Marks told Page Six she felt "a little bit attacked" when Shah pointed a finger at her after the embattled "RHOSLC" star's arrest for fraud in March.
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Protester shot by Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha is now suing Wisconsin authorities
The lawsuit alleges that authorities in Kenosha not only knew that armed vigilantes planned to patrol the protest attended by Black Lives Matter supporters, but also encouraged their participation.
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Aspen Ladd's coach apologizes for being 'a little harsh' in corner at UFC Fight Night 195
Aspen Ladd's head coach and boyfriend, Jim West, is sorry for his conduct.       Related StoriesAspen Ladd's coach apologizes for being 'a little harsh' in corner at UFC Fight Night 195 - EnclosureJim West criticized for coaching tactics in Aspen Ladd's loss: 'This is ABUSE, what a douche' - EnclosureFamous Italian DJ accuses Conor McGregor of attacking him: 'I took a punch for no reason' 
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Ed Orgeron, LSU parting ways after 2021 season
Less than two years after leading LSU to a national championship, Ed Orgeron will soon be without a job.
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Man steals two duffel bags of electronics, food from NYC Target: NYPD
The crook snatched electronics, pharmacy items and food, stuffing the pilfered goods into a pair of duffel bags.
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GOP Senator Bill Cassidy Doubts Trump Will Be 2024 Nominee: He Lost 'House, Senate, Presidency'
"Elections are about winning," the Louisiana Republican said.
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White House continues to push debunked zero-cost claim on Biden's agenda
President Biden is sticking to his claim that his Build Back Better agenda will cost the average American taxpayer zero dollars, with the White House declaring Sunday that the $3.5 trillion reconciliation package is "fully paid for by ensuring big corporations and the very wealthy pay their fair share."
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Curtis Sliwa vows to wage ‘war’ on Gov. Hochul’s open-drug-use legalization
Curtis Sliwa accused Gov. Kathy Hochul and Democratic lawmakers of stifling the Big Apple's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic by passing the legislation.
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As a Woman Was Raped, SEPTA Riders Failed to Intervene, Police Say
The SEPTA train car near Philadelphia had several passengers aboard but none called 911 while the woman was sexually assaulted, the authorities said.
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Ed Orgeron to leave LSU after 2021 season: reports
LSU coach Ed Orgeron will not return to the team for the 2022 season, according to multiple reports.
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AP Top 25: Cincinnati up to No. 2; Purdue snaps poll drought
Cincinnati moved up to No. 2 behind Georgia in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday, the first time a team from outside the traditional power conferences has been ranked that high since 2010.
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17 missionaries, including 5 children, kidnapped in Haiti, ministry says
Seventeen missionaries, including five children, have been kidnapped in Haiti, according to the ministry the group is affiliated with.
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Critics Say Hillary Clinton's First Novel Trashes Biden-Esque Character as a 'Fool'
Hillary Clinton has released a novel under her name entitled, "State of Terror," in which she gets even with Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
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Elvis Presley's drummer Ronnie Tutt, part of the TCB Band, dies at 83
Elvis Presley Enterprises has announced the death of Ronnie Tutt, who played drums for Elvis in the TCB Band from 1969 to 1977.       
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Tennessee fans throw trash onto football field in loss to Mississippi
With less than a minute to go in the Mississippi Rebels and Tennessee Volunteers game Saturday night, fans threw trash onto the field following a defensive stop by the Rebels at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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Good deal: Benching doesn't sully Rattler's marketability
Oklahoma's Spencer Rattler and Miami's D'Eriq King have been two of the most prominent football players to cash in on college sports' new era of allowing athlete endorsements.
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Famous Italian DJ accuses Conor McGregor of attacking him: 'I took a punch for no reason'
Francesco Facchinetti, a famous DJ from Italy, alleges that Conor McGregor punched him and broken his nose in an unprovoked late-night attack.       Related StoriesJim West criticized for coaching tactics in Aspen Ladd's loss: 'This is ABUSE, what a douche' - EnclosureCorey Anderson makes his case for world's best after Bellator 268: ‘I already know’Corey Anderson makes his case for world's best after Bellator 268: ‘I already know’ - Enclosure 
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Baseball players having fun playing high school football
Matt Quintanar of Hart, Matthew Morrell of Cypress and Will Burns of Trabuco Hills among the two-sport standouts.
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Ben Simmons practices with 76ers as saga takes another turn
It was only a practice — we're talking about practice — but Ben Simmons was finally at one on Sunday.
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Loaded potato bacon boats: Try the recipe
Baked potatoes are great and all, but once you go loaded potato bacon boats, you’ll never go back.
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Roger Stone Backs Idaho Governor Bid by Ammon Bundy, Who Likened Trump Term to 1930s Germany
The Idaho gubernatorial candidate previously criticized Donald Trump for stereotyping all immigrants as "criminals."
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Giannis vows to get better, no telling how good he can be
Giannis Antetokounmpo sometimes looks like he might dunk from the foul line.
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Atlanta mayor hits campaign trail for Terry McAuliffe in Virginia governor's race
Several prominent Democrats are campaigning for Terry McAuliffe in his race for Virginia governor against Republican Glenn Youngkin next month. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms visited the commonwealth Sunday, and joined Lana Zak on CBSN to discuss the importance of the gubernatorial election for the Democratic Party.
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Bellator 268 post-event facts: Sumiko Inaba already making her mark
Check out all the facts and figures from Bellator 268, which took place Saturday in Phoenix.      Related StoriesTwitter reacts to Corey Anderson's quick TKO of Ryan Bader in Bellator 268 grand prix semifinalBellator 268 pre-event facts: Inside the numbers on the 205-pound grand prixBellator 268 faceoff video highlights: Grand prix semifinalists get final chance to size up 
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Loudoun County prosecutor has ties to Soros, McAuliffe
Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney Buta Biberaj, who sought jail time against Scott Smith after his June school board meeting arrest, has ties to progressive megadonor George Soros and Democratic Virginia gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe.
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Hope, conflicted morality as Newcastle fans welcome Saudis
Wearing a mock Arab headdress, Chris Greenslade, between swigs from a bottle of Newcastle Brown Ale, was proudly embracing his club’s new status as one of the richest in world sports.
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Illinois Mom Accused of Shooting Dead Man Who Refused to Kiss Her
Rolling Meadows Police DepartmentA 28-year-old woman in Illinois shot and killed a man earlier this week in bizarre love triangle dispute, according to authorities.The Chicago Sun-Times reported that Claudia Resendiz-Florez was staying with two pals—James Jones and his girlfriend—at their home in the city of Rolling Meadows when the incident unfolded on Thursday night.Prosecutors in Cook County said that the trio were having a drink together when Resendiz-Florez allegedly asked Jones for a kiss. Jones declined because he had a girlfriend who was sitting right next to him. He then kissed his girlfriend in front of Resendiz-Florez, prompting an envious Resendiz-Florez to ask the girlfriend for a kiss, prosecutors said during a bond hearing. She declined, too.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Alex Murdaugh coordinated with former housekeeper's family to sue himself for insurance money and then took $3 million, affidavits say
Newly released documents allege that Alex Murdaugh, a once-prominent South Carolina attorney now embroiled in scandals including alleged life insurance fraud, coordinated with his former housekeeper's family to sue himself for insurance money that he then pocketed for himself, according to a pair of affidavits released Saturday.
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Alex Murdaugh coordinated with former housekeeper's family to sue himself for insurance money and then took $3 million, affidavits say
Newly released documents allege that Alex Murdaugh, a once-prominent South Carolina attorney now embroiled in scandals including alleged life insurance fraud, coordinated with his former housekeeper's family to sue himself for insurance money that he then pocketed for himself, according to a pair of affidavits released Saturday.
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'More reporting:' How journalists should cover threats to democracy
The media treats some aspects of the first amendment — such as press freedom — as sacred. But when it comes to other crucial protections, including free and fair elections and other basic tenets of democracy, there tends to be a "sliding scale." On "Reliable Sources" Sunday, CNN's chief media correspondent Brian Stelter discussed the changing role of political media — and how reporters need to do a better job protecting democracy.
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Simmons practices with 76ers; status for opener unknown
Ben Simmons practiced with the Philadelphia 76ers for the first time this season on Sunday, though no decision was made on his status for the season opener.
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‘You’ star Tati Gabrielle was ‘so nervous’ filming her first sex scene
"We had a great intimacy coordinator on set," Gabrielle told Page Six. "It became more of a dance ... than it was having to feel that nervousness."
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Rami Malek and Pete Davidson star in 'Squid Game: The Musical' on 'SNL'
'Saturday Night Live' host Rami Malek and cast member Pete Davidson track-suited up for a parody of Netflix's smash hit survival drama, 'Squid Game.'
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China says new hypersonic missile a blow to US ‘strategic superiority’
China is putting the US on blast following the launch of a hypersonic missile into orbit -- ridiculing America's sense of "strategic superiority."
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Dynamic duo: Altuve, Correa both get top billing for Astros
When it comes to dynamic duos, there’s often a clear-cut top dog and a trusty sidekick.
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'Fox News Sunday' on October 17, 2021
'Fox News Sunday' welcomed guests Anthony Fauci, Mohamed El-Erian and Kristen Soltis Anderson
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Box Office: ‘Halloween Kills’ Carves Out $50.4 Million to Take #1 Spot
“Halloween Kills” may be available to watch at home, but the latest installment in the Michael Myers saga is making a killing at the North American box office in its first weekend in theaters. The David Gordon Green-directed horror scared up $50.4 million from 3,705 locations, according to studio estimates Sunday.
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Oldest known drawing of a ghost found on 3,500-year-old tablet
A 3,500-year-old Babylonian tablet at the British Museum contains what has been identified as the oldest known drawing of a ghost.
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Cam Newton, eyeing NFL return, gets vaccinated against COVID-19: report
Former New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton has reportedly been vaccinated against COVID-19, a measure that could quicken the former league MVP’s return to playing in the NFL.
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17 missionaries kidnapped by gang in Haiti
A Haitian gang has kidnapped 17 missionaries, including three children, who are associated with the Ohio-based group Christian Aid Ministries. Garry Pierre-Pierre, founder of the Haitian Times, joins Lana Zak on CBSN to explain what we know about the kidnapping.
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