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EXCLUSIVE: Biden Admin Shuts Down All Border Patrol Checkpoints in Laredo Sector

U.S. Border Patrol officials closed all highway immigration checkpoints operating in the Laredo Sector on Friday evening in response to the Haitian migrant crisis unfolding in Del Rio, Texas, according to a source within Customs and Border Protection. The Laredo Sector operates six permanent checkpoints including one of the busiest checkpoints in the nation located on the I-35 Interstate corridor between Laredo and San Antonio.
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Rare gene mutation increases breast cancer risk
A lesser-known gene mutation can significantly increase the risk of breast cancer. Nikki Battiste has the latest.
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Kyle Beach comes forward as subject of alleged abuse by Blackhawks coach
The John Doe who accused former Blackhawks video coordinator Brad Aldrich of sexual assault came forward in an interview with TSN on Wednesday evening.
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Georgia Dems Say Marjorie Taylor Greene's Ads Backing Herschel Walker Violate Ethics Rules
The complaint cited $3,000 in "excessive and unreported in-kind contributions."
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Wed or just weekend at these local castles and estates
For a fairy-tale wedding,  start with a castle. There’s a reason Kevin Jonas, Megyn Kelly, Joey Fatone, and Brian McKnight all chose Oheka Castle on Long Island  to tie the knot. No doubt the privacy, surrounded by leafy grounds in Huntington, just south of Oyster Bay, is one reason. But the main draw is the...
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Fight Over Toni Morrison Novel Inflames Virginia Governor's Race
A Republican ad featured a mother who had tried to have “Beloved” banned from her son’s curriculum. Democrats saw a coded racist message.
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Trump hints at potential Arlington visit for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin
Former president Donald Trump teased the idea of making an appearance in Arlington on behalf of Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin on Wednesday.
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Songwriter Jimmy Webb’s battle with ex-wife Patsy Sullivan continues
Begun 1996, the divorce and battle over cash of Grammy winner Jimmy Webb -- age 75, father of six, wed 22 years to Patsy, 64, daughter of late actor Barry Sullivan -- is getting longer.
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Gordon Ramsay's social media project leads to cookbook
Chef Gordon Ramsay was home in Cornwall, England, during the coronavirus lockdown last year when he did a series of Instagram lives cooking meals in 10 minutes or less. The fast-moving endeavor has culminated in "Ramsay in 10," his latest cookbook filled with recipes made against the clock. (Oct. 27)      
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Wall Street Journal publishes letter from Trump claiming ‘rigged’ election
The publication of the letter, citing baseless and debunked claims, was criticized for pushing the traditional boundaries of a letters-to-the-editor page.
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Why people shot by Wisconsin teen can't be called "victims" at trial
Rittenhouse claims he acted in self-defense, his lawyers may refer to them as "arsonists," "looters," or "rioters," if in fact, they participated in those activities.
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Houston and Atlanta to Return for Game 2 of World Series
After the Braves raced to a convincing win in Game 1, the Astros are on their heels. Watch live beginning at 8:09 pm EST.
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Dems’ Enronesque accounting is just one more sign of how inept the Biden ‘Build Back’ agenda truly is
After months of wrangling, Democrats claim they’re close to an agreement on a Build Back Better plan of $1.75 trillion over 10 years that’s completely paid for. None of that is true. Never mind that holdout Sen. Joe Manchin says a deal is unlikely before President Joe Biden jets off to Rome Thursday. Dems’ sleight-of-hand...
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Ex-NY Times columnist runs for Oregon governor
Former New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof announced his candidacy Wednesday for Oregon governor, saying the state needs a political newbie to solve problems like homelessness and rural despair. (Oct. 27)      
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Trump Says He's Going to Virginia 'Soon' After Biden Stumped for Terry McAuliffe
On Tuesday, Joe Biden said McAuliffe's opponent Glenn Youngkin wouldn't let Trump campaign on his behalf, asking, "Is he embarrassed?"
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Trash is piling up in NYC and sanitation workers blame de Blasio’s vaccine mandate
They say the mandate is hot garbage. Protesting workers are engaging in a slowdown that includes returning to their garages for things like gloves or gas so collections don't get finished. 
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CDC suggests 4th COVID shot for immunocompromised
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its guidance for people with compromised immune systems, saying they can now get a fourth Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 shot.
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TikTok famous teen makes scarily real ‘Squid Game’ home light show
One house’s Halloween decorations are sure to stop visitors dead in their tracks. A New Hampshire teen who’s gone TikTok famous for incredible home lighting displays has configured his family house to play a scary “Squid Game” scene with harrowing audio of gunshots for this spooky Halloween season. Justin Holt, an 18-year-old high school student...
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Halloween comes early for young cancer patient
Halloween arrived early in a Maryland neighborhood. A 6-year-old girl's neighbors helped her celebrate her favorite day before she started chemotherapy. Jan Crawford shares more.
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Abused girl found dead in NYC over the summer to finally be laid to rest after parental fight over remains
Julius Batties, the father of little Julissia Batties, won the right to claim the remains of his "princess" from the city morgue, where she has been kept since her tragic death.
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Siding with AOC, Gov. Hochul kills natural gas power projects in Queens, upstate NY
Siding with Rep. AOC and the environmental left, Gov. Kathy Hochul killed two proposed natural gas-powered projects in Queens and upstate Newburgh.
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To truly clean up Albany, Kathy Hochul needs to boot SUNY Chancellor James Malatras
Hercules brought together two rivers to flush out the dung that had accumulated in King Augeas’ stables for years. But is our new governor, Kathy Hochul, truly committed to removing the compacted mess King Andrew Cuomo left behind? Call this challenge a Hochul-ean task. James Malatras offers a test case, centering on his installation as...
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Court temporarily halts executions of two death row inmates
The two men filed a lawsuit with other inmates challenging Oklahoma's lethal injection protocols.
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El Super grocery chain fined more than $1.1 million for COVID sick leave violations
The alleged violations affected 240 workers at 38 locations, including 21 in Los Angeles County and one in Anaheim.
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Paid Family Leave Plan Is Likely to Be Cut From Budget Bill
Democrats had already scaled back the proposal to four weeks from 12 weeks as they worked to shrink the cost of the bill amid resistance from centrist holdouts.
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Alec Baldwin 'Rust' shooting 'is a very complicated case,' police say: 'It’s a puzzle'
Police emphasized how complicated the case involving the shooting at the "Rust" movie set actually is during a press conference Wednesday.
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Here's the latest for Wednesday October 27th: US ends immigration arrests at "protected" areas; McConnell backs ex-football star Walker for Ga. Senate; Movie set showed "some complacency" with weapons; Nails, massage and lashes, the latest techniques.      
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2021 PFL Championship results: Raush Manfio tops Loik Radzhabov in classic slugfest
The 2021 PFL lightweight championship bout turned in one of the promotion's best fights of the season.       Related Stories2021 PFL Championship results: Raush Manfio tops Loik Radzhabov in classic slugfest - Enclosure2021 PFL Championship results: Julia Budd cruises, wins debut over Kaitlin Young2021 PFL Championship results: Julia Budd cruises, wins debut over Kaitlin Young - Enclosure 
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Why Covid-19 vaccines for younger children would come in smaller doses
The Pfizer/BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine that could soon be authorized for younger children still requires two shots given on the same schedule as the vaccine for adolescents and adults -- but the doses will be a third of the size.
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Astronomers believe they've spotted first planet outside Milky Way
The planet hasn't been confirmed but the findings could help scientists identify other out of galaxy planets.
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Eric Adams could get three terms if he’s ‘clever,’ says Michael Bloomberg
Billionaire former mayor Michael Bloomberg, who had a rare third term at City Hall, says Democratic mayoral hopeful Eric Adams could enjoy a similar long rein in the Big Apple.
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Donald Trump to attend Game 4 of World Series in Atlanta
The former president won't be sitting with MLB or club officials on Saturday at Truist Park in Atlanta.      
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Biden’s blocked ATF nominee David Chipman on gun violence in the U.S.
President Biden's promised gun safety measures suffered a major setback when his nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was blocked in the Senate. The former nominee, David Chipman, criticizes lawmakers and the gun industry in an exclusive interview with Norah O'Donnell.
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Knicks getting everything they could ask for from Kemba Walker-Derrick Rose tandem
Few teams can boast the kind of production from the point guard position the Knicks are getting.
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Democrats scramble to reach budget deal
Hopes are fading that Democrats can reach an agreement on President Biden's massive social spending plan before he leaves for Europe. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Bill de Blasio targets Success Academy kids once again
Once again, Mayor Bill de Blasio is messing with Success Academy families, this time by stonewalling the network’s bid to open a new Brooklyn high school — in a space Success is already using. The request is a pretty basic one and one that’s been granted before: Let the network use the classrooms from its...
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The 20 best CoComelon toys that kids will love for Christmas 2021
Because anything with JJ's face on it will make your kid happy.
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Woman sues Kellogg's for $5 million over Frosted Strawberry Pop-Tarts
The suit claims the Pop-Tarts have an insufficient amount of strawberries.
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Democrats Rush to Rewrite U.S. Tax Code in Days
Lawmakers are racing to finalize legislation to pay for new spending initiatives. The process usually takes months, but they are trying to do it in days.
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Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally trial underway
A jury has been selected in a civil case against organizers of the deadly "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017. Jeff Pegues has more.
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Joe Manchin has made millions from coal. His ties are now facing examination as Democrats scramble for a climate and economic agreement
Ethics watchdogs say Manchin's energy interests underscore need for tougher conflict-of-interest rules in Congress.
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Magomed Ankalaev: Volkan Oezdemir 'too slow' for striking battle at UFC 267
Magomed Ankalaev doesn't think Volkan Oezdemir has the speed or technique to hang with him on the feet at UFC 267.       Related StoriesMagomed Ankalaev: Volkan Oezdemir 'too slow' for striking battle at UFC 267 - EnclosurePetr Yan: Aljamain Sterling is the one who needs rematch, but 'I'm not interested'Petr Yan: Aljamain Sterling is the one who needs rematch, but 'I'm not interested' - Enclosure 
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New York Attorney General Letitia James plans to run for governor
James led sexual harassment probe against former governor Cuomo.
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Biden compromises on social spending plan to try to push bill through Congress
President Biden's social spending and climate bill looks different from what the president first proposed, but he is compromising on some issues to try to get the bill passed. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe, CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion and National Journal columnist Josh Kraushaar join CBSN "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with the latest.
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World Series game 2: Braves vs Astros
The Atlanta Braves overpowered the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the best-of-seven World Series. Follow here for the latest news.
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Feckless de Blasio flippantly dismisses Rikers horrors, rapes
When it comes to dealing with the hellish horror that is Rikers Island, Mayor Bill de Blasio doesn’t want his know-nothing assumptions challenged.
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Pentagon says US working on hypersonic weapon
Pentagon Spokesman John Kirby said the U.S. is working on hypersonic weapon technologies after the top U.S. military officer, Gen. Mark Milley, said China has conducted a "very concerning" test of such a weapon system. (Oct. 27)      
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Orangeburg pilot receives Wright Brothers honor
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Daughter sheds new light on 28-yo cold case
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