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Fed’s bank cop loses top role as leadership shakeup looms

The announcement comes as Fed Chair Jerome Powell is awaiting word on whether he will be renominated by President Joe Biden to a second term.
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Severe weather threatens millions across the nation
Residents on the East Coast are now bracing for the season's first nor'easter, as severe weather threatens tens of millions of Americans from the Pacific Northwest to New England. CBS news lead national correspondent David Begnaud reports on the impact of a record-breaking bomb cyclone on the West Coast, and CBS news meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joins Elaine Quijano on CBSN to discuss the severe weather across the nation this week.
President Biden signals a deal is nearly complete on his social spending plan
Over the weekend, President Biden met with Senator Joe Manchin, one of two Democratic senators holding out on the his social spending plan. Now both men are signaling a deal could get done as soon as this week. CBS News Chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes speaks with CBSN anchor Elaine Quijano about the final details the two sides are working out.
Grants tied to Facebook boosted Democrats in Pennsylvania, report says
The Center for Tech and Civic Life doled out more money per registered voter to Democratic counties than Republican counties in the battleground state, an analysis by the publication Broad + Liberty said.
Ex-teenage couple mysteriously found dead behind North Carolina school
High schoolers Britany Carolina Munoz Ramirez and Ailton Sebastian Tirado-Martinez were found dead under mysterious circumstances inside a car parked behind a North Carolina elementary school.
Moderna says COVID vaccine effective in 6 to 11-year-olds
Millions of children under the age of 12 could be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine in just a matter of weeks. Moderna says a low dosage of its coronavirus vaccine is safe and appears effective in kids age 6 to 11. Meanwhile, an FDA committee will meet Tuesday to discuss whether to approve Pfizer's vaccine for children. CBS News correspondent Meg Oliver has the latest. Then, Dr. Shikha Jain, assistant professor of medicine at the University of Illinois Chicago, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
WaPo columnist knocks CNN over Joe Rogan coverage: 'You don’t fight disinformation with disinformation'
Washington Post columnist David Von Drehle took CNN to task for doubling down on its misleading coverage of podcast giant Joe Rogan.
Fans visit David Bowie pop-up in New York
A David Bowie pop-up shop has opened in New York's SoHo district as part of the late icon's 75th birthday celebrations. For the next three months, Bowie fans can visit the New York pop-up and another in London. (Oct. 25)
Manchin Says Spending Deal 'Should Be' Reached This Week, Sticks By $1.5T Top-Line Number
Manchin has opposed the proposal's efforts to expand Medicare, fund child care and fight climate change.
After Pelosi complains about media not selling Dems spending bill, CNN promotes 'Build Back Better' plan
It appeared on Monday that CNN received Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's, D-Calif., plea to better sell President Biden's Build Back Better plan loud and clear.
‘Below Deck’ Season 9 Premiere Recap: Where is Captain Lee?
And who is Captain Sean?!
Today in History for October 26th
Highlights of this day in history: President George W. Bush signs USA Patriot Act; Henry Kissinger says 'peace is at hand' in Vietnam; Gunfight at the OK Corral takes place; Actor Bob Hoskins and 'Wheel of Fortune' host Pat Sajak born. (Oct. 26)
Biden admin appoints National School Boards Association president who signed 'domestic terrorism' letter
The Department of Education appointed the president of the National School Boards Association (NSBA) to a federal board overseeing student progress this month, despite a controversial letter the organization sent urging the Biden administration to investigate opposition to school boards.
GOP Doctors Caucus warns Biden healthcare vaccine mandate could worsen patient care, labor shortages
The congressional caucus of healthcare experts sent letters led by Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md., to Biden and CMS Administrator Chiquita Brooks-LaSure warning of the adverse affects a vaccine mandate might have on the healthcare industry.
Two dead, four injured after shooting at Idaho mall
At least two people were killed and four were injured following a shooting at a mall in Boise, the city’s police department said Monday. The suspected shooter is in custody. Carter Evans has the details.
Fantasy football sizzlers, fizzlers: Atlanta Falcons' Kyle Pitts soaring to new heights
Atlanta is finding new ways to get the ball to its game-breaking tight end, Kyle Pitts. Meanwhile, WRs Allen Robinson, Odell Beckham are struggling.
The problem with Ron DeSantis' mini-Trump pose
The Florida governor has absorbed the former president's style of politics, and can deliver an approximation of his showmanship in a much younger package. That makes him a threat, writes Ruth Ben-Ghiat. Whatever DeSantis's future plans for his mini-Trump brand, he might take heed of the fates of many ambitious young politicians who have adulated and imitated their strongman, only to find that he turns against them, no matter how loyal a lackey they have been.
Pence appearance in Virginia not tied to Youngkin, campaign insists
Former Vice President Mike Pence's address in Loudoun County, VA is not tied to the campaign of Virginia GOP gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin
McAuliffe in 2019: 'Diversity, inclusion' are 'as important as' math and English in schools
Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe's remarks about “diversity” and “inclusion” in schools, which he made in 2019, have resurfaced in the pivotal lead-up to Election Day on Nov. 2.
Hall of Famer Payton looks to make mark as college coach
Way up in the Oakland Hills, Gary Payton is hollering good-naturedly as if he's still on the court during his days as a dynamic point guard with the Seattle SuperSonics, this time instructing his Lincoln University assistant coaches exactly where to stand for a group photo and moving them into position just so.
Russia, U.S. Release Latest Nuclear Weapons Counts as Moscow-NATO Ties Collapse
"I would not say that the situation is catastrophic. To be catastrophic, you have to have at least some kind of relationship," Russia's top diplomat said. "We have no relationship with NATO."
Virginia’s redistricting commission’s failure to transcend partisanship has lessons for other states, critics say
The commission failed to deliver any state House or Senate maps and appears unlikely to agree on a congressional map.
After decorated career, Lloyd will savor final game with US
Reality is starting to set in for Carli Lloyd, who plays her last game for the United States on Tuesday night.
Jets’ trade for Joe Flacco raises question: Why didn’t Zach Wilson already have a veteran backup?
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Knicks dreaded having to watch tape of Magic loss: ‘Have to get a lot better’
Derrick Rose began to feel the dread of Monday’s film session soon after the final buzzer sounded Sunday night in the Knicks’ 110-104 loss to the Magic.
Oklahoma Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks 3 Anti-Abortion Laws Set to Take Effect Next Week
The court voted 5-3 to prohibit laws that restricted medication-induced abortions and require doctors who perform abortions to be board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology.
Iran believed to be responsible for attack on U.S. base in Syria
Last week, five drones were launched from within Syria at al-Tanf, where approximately 200 U.S. troops are located.
Texas Tech fires Matt Wells after demoralizing loss
Texas Tech fired coach Matt Wells on Monday, two days after the Red Raiders couldn't hold a two-touchdown halftime lead in a loss at home to Kansas State.
‘Harriet the Spy’s UES townhouse hits the market for $6M
A Queen Anne-style house located on 156 East End Avenue, and once inspiration for the timeless children’s book, “Harriet the Spy,” has been listed for $6 million, The Post has learned.  A film based on the book was developed, starring Michelle Trachtenberg and Rosie O’Donnell, about a girl who keeps a private journal she takes everywhere...
Michigan State's Mel Tucker brushes off LSU football coach rumors, says he's focused on Michigan
Michigan State football coach Mel Tucker didn't deny rumors of LSU Tigers coaching search interest in him.
Alec Baldwin receives support from Hollywood after on-set shooting: ‘Our hearts are broken along with yours’
Alec Baldwin received support from several Hollywood stars after an accidental on-set shooting that resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza.
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Fantasy football: Wait to pull the plug on Patrick Mahomes
Patrick Mahomes is struggling for consistency this season, and that isn't going to change. Coming off a low week isn't the time to deal him.
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3 Florida teens planned brutal murder of high school senior killed with knife and sword, police say
Three teenagers accused of killing a Florida high school classmate planned the murder after he had sex with the ex-girlfriend of one of the suspects, police said.
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Laying the groundwork, Claressa Shields says she got better on mat for second PFL fight
The decorated boxer-turned-MMA-fighter says she might even display offensive grappling in her PFL return.       Related StoriesLaying the groundwork, Claressa Shields says she got better on mat for second PFL fight - EnclosureKayla Harrison responds to Dana White: 'I really am gonna be the greatest of all time. He's gonna see.'Kayla Harrison responds to Dana White: 'I really am gonna be the greatest of all time. He's gonna see.' - Enclosure 
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WWE releases 2022 pay-per-view schedule
WWE is ready for 2022.
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Fight over teaching ‘Beloved’ book in schools becomes hot topic in Virginia governor’s race
Republican Glenn Youngkin charged that Democrat Terry McAuliffe isn’t allowing parental choice in reading materials; McAuliffe said Youngkin was using children as “political pawns.”
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4 Quarterbacks Lead Heisman Trophy Race, According to the Odds
This year's Heisman race is still wide open, and the frontrunner doesn't play this week.
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Daniel Jones should be the least of the Giants concerns
It is safe to say the Giants feel better about Daniel Jones now, seven games into what is destined to be another losing record, than they did at the end of last season.
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Alec Baldwin's 'Rust' movie shooting: A look at the on-set tragedy
A look at the tragic accidental shooting on the set of the movie "Rust" that resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins when Alec Baldwin discharged a firearm he was told was unloaded.
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Three former NFL players sentenced for defrauding healthcare program
Correll Buckhalter, Anthony Montgomery and Darrell Reid were sentenced for their role in defrauding a health care program for the NFL’s retired athletes, a report said.
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White House rejects more Trump claims of executive privilege
"President Biden has determined that an assertion of executive privilege is not in the best interests of the United States, and therefore is not justified," White House counsel Dana Remus wrote in a letter.
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Mitt Romney calls Democrats ‘desperate’ to pass Biden spending bill
Former presidential nominee Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, addresses Democrats trying to push through Biden's economic legislation.
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After long break, Chargers regaining health in preparing for Patriots
Coach Brandon Staley and the Chargers believe this week's outcome against the New England Patriots will be vastly different than last year's ugly loss.
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What led to the Unite the Right Trial
CNN's Jason Carroll reports on how the 2017 Charlottesville riot led to a trial that aims to bankrupt white nationalist organizations.
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Review: L.A. Opera is back big time with 'Tannhäuser'
Los Angeles Opera stages a large-scale, four-hour Wagner opera for the first time in years.
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Billionaires Blast Wealth Tax: ‘One-Way Ticket to Venezuela’
REUTERSIt has been a summer of scrutiny for the ultra-rich—and now the billionaires are fighting amongst themselves.The culprit: a so-called “Billionaire Income Tax” that Democrats in Congress are reportedly mulling to help finance Biden’s agenda. The proposal would only target several hundred of the wealthiest Americans by taxing the rising values of certain assets, like stocks, even before they are sold.“I doubt it’s legal, and it’s stupid,” the billionaire investor Leon Cooperman complained to The Daily Beast. “What made America great was the people who started with nothing like me making a lot of money and giving it back. A relentless attack on wealthy people makes no sense.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Waka Flocka Flame’s wife beefs with CVS employee in wild video
The singer fought with the drugstore employee and claimed the worker racially profiled her.
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Police: 2 dead, 4 injured in Idaho mall shooting
A suspect is in custody after two people were killed and four injured — including a police officer — in a shooting at a shopping mall Monday in Boise, Idaho, police said. (Oct. 25)      
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Climate-change scaremongering is an assault on our kids right out of science fiction
Everybody loves a good scare, especially this time of the year. But for the climate-change movement, it seems every day is Halloween.
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