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Enough people have to take a Covid-19 vaccine for it to be efficient, Fauci says

If not enough Americans get a Covid-19 vaccine when it becomes available, it won't help reduce the spread of the deadly virus, the nation's top infectious disease official said.

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Anthony Davis, LeBron James lead Lakers to dominating win over Heat in NBA Finals opener
The Lakers defeat the Miami Heat 116-98 to take Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday.
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Sen. Ted Cruz: We are one vote away from losing our fundamental liberties
The Republican Party followed historical precedent in 2016 and is doing the same in 2020 when it comes to deciding on voting to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat, writes Sen. Ted Cruz. Furthermore, Cruz writes, we need a full court on Election Day, given the high likelihood we're going to see litigation that goes to the court. We need a nine justice Supreme Court that can give a definitive answer for the country.
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Michelle Obama shares sympathy with viewers 'turned off' by Trump-Biden debate
Former first lady Michelle Obama on Wednesday said she understood those who were “turned off” by President Trump’s behavior during Tuesday's first presidential debate.
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Anthony Davis, Lakers take Game 1 of NBA Finals over hobbled Heat
The old saying in basketball goes – you live by the three and you die by the three. The Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat took note of that Wednesday night in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
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Listen to Episode 38 of ‘Up In The Blue Seats’: Thank You, Henrik Lundqvist
The Henrik Lundqvist era with the New York Rangers came to an end Wednesday, when the team announced they were buying out the final year of his contract. Fifteen seasons, one trip to the Stanley Cup Finals and so many accolades later, King Henrik will move on to the next step in his career. To...
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Los Angeles Lakers run away from banged-up Miami Heat in Game 1 of NBA Finals
The Lakers cruised past the Heat, which saw starters Bam Adebayo and Goran Dragic exit early with injuries, in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.        
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Graham slams FBI actions in Russia probe: ‘If that doesn’t bother America, then something’s wrong’
Former Trump 2016 campaign adviser Carter Page "deserves to be compensated" after former FBI director James Comey testified about the Russia investigation before the Senate Judiciary Committee, panel chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told “Hannity" Wednesday.
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Hurricane Laura trashed this Louisiana school's library. One teacher's plea on social media brought help (and books) from across the US.
The library at G.W. Carver Elementary School in Louisiana was heavily damaged in Hurricane Laura. People across the U.S. have rallied to help out.        
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Millions in China are traveling again. See what it is like
Millions of people in China are traveling again during the first major holiday since the Covid-19 outbreak. As China shows its confidence in containing the pandemic, will getting the country moving around come at a risk? CNN's David Culver reports.
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Trump tells Minnesota rally he trounced Biden in first debate
President Trump on Wednesday told a large campaign rally in Duluth, Minnesota, that he defeated Joe Biden during the first presidential debate. “Joe Biden is too weak to lead this country. You know Biden lost badly when his supporters are saying he should cancel the rest of the debates,” Trump said about Tuesday night’s battle....
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Chris Cuomo Reminds Ted Cruz That Donald Trump 'Said Your Wife Was Ugly' and 'Called You A Liar'
"You actually wonder why you don't have a lot of Republicans that want to come on your show," Cruz responded.
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Mom drowns on Jersey Shore trying to save children from rip currents
A Pennsylvania mother reportedly drowned while on a family vacation in North Wildwood, New Jersey on Tuesday as she tried to save her three children from forceful rip currents. The 49-year-old woman, from Wernersville, Pennsylvania, entered the ocean around 3 p.m. when she noticed her children — two boys aged 8 and 10, and a...
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SEC approves a handful of intraconference transfer waivers due to 'unique circumstances'
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the SEC waived its bylaw that requires intraconference transfers to sit out a year before gaining eligibility.        
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FBI seeks witnesses in unsolved murder of hip-hop producer
A rising young music producer had a premonition – then he was gunned down. Eleven years later, can the case be solved?
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There's only one way to fix the presidential debates
Errol Louis writes that the fatal flaw in Tuesday's Trump-Biden debate was not giving the moderator, Chris Wallace, the power to compel the candidates to follow the rules they'd agreed to.
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Video shows cop ignoring woman who fell head-first on patrol car floor while hogtied
During the nearly 21 minutes she was on the floor, the woman repeatedly told officers she couldn't breathe.
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Debate commission promises changes after chaotic first face-off; Singer and feminist icon Helen Reddy dies at 78
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First smoke-free resort on Las Vegas Strip opens: 'My clothes aren't smelling'
The MGM Resorts property reopened Wednesday for the first time in seven months with a new rule and the first of its kind on The Strip: No smoking.       
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Hawaii defense contractor accused of $12.8M in fraud coronavirus PPP loans
A Hawaii defense contractor has been charged with bank fraud and money laundering for stealing more than $12.8 million in Paycheck Protection Program money meant to assist businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic, federal authorities said Wednesday.
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Daniel Jones shares wild running stat with Lamar Jackson
Name the two quarterbacks leading their teams in rushing. OK, Lamar Jackson was an easy guess. Next. Russell Wilson? Kyler Murray? Cam Newton? Try the Giants’ Daniel Jones, whose 92 yards in three games are more than the other five ball-carriers — injured Saquon Barkley (34), Dion Lewis (21), Devonta Freeman (10), Wayne Gallman (7)...
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'Ideas Don't Burn Down Buildings' — Donald Trump Mocks Joe Biden Calling Antifa 'An Idea'
"Joe Biden says Antifa is just an idea," Trump said. "Well, ideas don't assault cops and they don't burn down buildings. Antifa is a domestic terrorist organization."
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A rejuvenated Clayton Kershaw set to start for the Dodgers in Game 2 vs. Brewers
Clayton Kershaw will start for the Dodgers in Game 2 of their wild card series against the Brewers, but will we see 2020 Kershaw or 2019 playoffs Kershaw?
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MLB to allow fans to attend NLCS, World Series games
After a season with no fans in the stands, Major League Baseball is set to allow a “limited number” of fans for the NLCS and World Series at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, the league announced Wednesday. Approximately 11,500 tickets will be made available for each game, with 10,550 fans in the stands and...
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Adam Silver won’t rule out Christmas start for 2021 NBA season
With the NBA about to complete its longest, craziest season, commissioner Adam Silver still doesn’t know when the league will be able to tip off next season and isn’t sure what it’ll look like whenever it does. Before tipoff of Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Silver said next season won’t start until Christmas at...
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A Pennsylvania mom and her daughter pleaded guilty to killing five family members
A Pennsylvania woman and her daughter are expected to spend the rest of their lives in prison after pleading guilty Monday to killing five of their relatives last year, according to the Buck's County District Attorney's office.
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Donald Trump: Chris Wallace Protecting Joe Biden for Fox News
"Can you believe this guy? I was debating two people last night," President Trump said, speaking to a raucous crowd at a campaign rally in Duluth, Minnesota.  
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Q&A: What is President Trump's relationship with far-right and white supremacist groups?
President Trump's call for the right-wing group Proud Boys to "stand by" has brought renewed attention to his relationship with the far right.
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Newsom vetoes bill to provide rehiring protections for workers laid off amid COVID-19 pandemic
Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed Assembly Bill 3216 on Wednesday, which would have provided sweeping new labor protections for workers laid off during the pandemic by requiring hotel, airport and janitorial employers to rehire based on seniority.
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Yankees-Indians not the same without Terry Francona in dugout
We should start here: Oct. 18, 2004, Fenway Park, top of the sixth inning. It is a fundamental part of telling the Red Sox-Yankees story to reference a year earlier, when the Boston manager famously refused to remove Pedro Martinez even as his pitch count crept over 100, even as he began leaking oil, even...
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Alexandria man killed in fatal shooting
City police investing second homicide of 2020
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Proud Boys organizer, celebrating Trump endorsement, says group will keep battling left-wing activists
Joe Biggs, a leader of the far-right Proud Boys celebrating President Trump's apparent endorsement, said that if left-wing lawlessness persisted, his members were prepared to return to Portland, Ore., "the main center of insurrection around the country."
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Campus police in Texas stormed a dorm room after a false report was filed against a student, lawyer says
A college freshman at Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas was sound asleep when campus police entered her room at 3 a.m. on September 14, with one officer's gun drawn, her lawyer and university officials said.
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Tucker: Biden used 'illusion of reasonableness' at debate to disguise plans to 'tear down our system'
America deserved better than Tuesday's "painful, highly depressing" debate between President Trump and Joe Biden in Cleveland, but there were some key moments that should have given voters insight, Tucker Carlson said Wednesday.
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American Airlines to Begin Furloughing 19,000 Workers After Pelosi Fails to Agree to Deal with Mnuchin
American Airlines said it will begin furloughing 19,000 workers after lawmakers and the White House can’t agree on a coronavirus relief deal. The aid package that avoided layoffs since March expires on October 1.
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Undecided voter reacts to debate: I'd consider not voting
CNN's Randi Kaye speaks to a group of undecided voters from swing states about their thoughts on the first presidential debate with President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
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NBA's Adam Silver: Development of a vaccine is not a prerequisite to start next season with fans
NBA commissioner Adam Silver says rapid testing may be the key to having fans in the stands when the season starts sometime in January.        
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NBA Finals: Best photos from Lakers vs. Heat
The Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat meet in the bubble in the battle for the 2020 NBA championship.        
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Trump is a pit bull fighting for America: Devine
Quick! Get out the smelling salts for all the faint hearts hyperventilating about President Trump’s “lack of decorum” at Tuesday night’s debate. Did they really expect him to play by Marquess of Queensberry rules? Jake Tapper on CNN lamented that a friend’s sixth-grade daughter “burst into tears, had to run to bed” because she was...
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Second Stimulus Check, 'Similar' to First, Will Be in Next Coronavirus Relief Package, Mnuchin Says
The Treasury Secretary said Democrats and Republicans have agreed on more stimulus checks.
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Cohen on Proud Boys: In Trump's mind, this is his army
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with President Donald Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen about the President's remarks during the first 2020 presidential debate when he told right-wing extremist group the Proud Boys to "stand back and stand by."
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Scientists warn of airborne coronavirus spread
Scientists have been debating how the coronavirus spreads since the pandemic began. Those conversations have deepened recently as some experts argue that aerosols may play a bigger role in the virus' transmission than previously thought. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook spoke with aerosol scientists Linsey Marr and Kim Prather about how the virus travels through the air and how to best protect yourself against it.
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Japan's Tokyo Stock Exchange halts trading because of a technical glitch
Japan's Tokyo Stock Exchange halted all trading Thursday because of a technical glitch.
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Twitter scraps foreign accounts for attempting to ‘disrupt’ debate conversation
Twitter on Wednesday said it had removed 130 foreign accounts that tried to “disrupt the public conversation” during the first 2020 presidential election debate. The social media giant trashed the accounts — which appeared to originate in Iran — “based on intel” from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, it said in a tweet. “We identified...
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Student's coronavirus-related death shocks university
The Appalachian State University community in Boone, North Carolina, is in disbelief after a student died from coronavirus complications earlier this week. CNN affiliate WSOC reports.
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Photos: Far-right groups, feeling support from Trump, find fertile recruiting ground in the Northwest
The unrest roiling Portland, Ore., and other cities this year has been a powerful recruiting tool for organizations like the Proud Boys, Patriot Prayer and the Three Percenters. But not everyone who supports them is draped in camo and AR-15s.
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CDC 'no-sail' order extension official: Cruise ships will not sail in U.S. waters until Nov. 1
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced late Wednesday it is extending its "no-sail" order for the U.S. cruise industry through Oct. 31.      
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MMA Junkie's 'Knockout of the Month' for September: Gone in 17 seconds
MMA Junkie's 'Knockout of the Month' for September: Gone in 17 seconds         
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Forced to step up, Jared Goff delivered a near-comeback against the Bills
Rams had Jared Goff rolling left and right out of the pocket in the first two weeks, but against the Bills he started stepping up in a crowded pocket and throwing to ignite a team-record comeback.
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