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Eagles vs. Raiders prediction: Don’t count out Philadelphia
No team in the NFL arguably faced more adversity during Week 6 than the Las Vegas Raiders. After a poor effort at home in a 20-9 defeat to the Chicago Bears, Jon Gruden was out as the Raiders head coach and essentially the organization’s chief decision-maker. Nevertheless, the Raiders rallied behind interim coach Rich Bisaccia...
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Yellen Expects High Inflation Through Mid-2022 Before Easing
The current situation reflects “temporary” pain, she said
Pelosi: Democrats ‘pretty much there now’ on deal on social spending bill
The Speaker of the House was optimistic a bill would be reached before President Biden travels to Europe this week.
Instagram influencer, German tourist dead after Mexican drug shootout
A California Instagram influencer was among two killed Wednesday when they were caught in the crossfire of a gang shootout in Tulum.
Morgan Freeman interviews police recruits in Gulf Shores
The latest batch of police recruits in an Alabama beach town faced an interview board that included law enforcement experts and a civilian who was recognizable by his voice if not by his face: Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman.
CDC's Walensky: Biden Administration Planning 'Education and Counseling' for Unvaccinated
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky said on this week's broadcast of "Fox News Sunday" that the Biden administration has a plan for "education and counseling" essential worked, so they are comfortable getting vaccinated.
Ex-Packers TE Martellus Bennett says release was 'tied' to national anthem protests, received death threats
Former NFL tight end and Super Bowl Champion Martellus Bennett said he received death threats and other “hateful messages” from Green Bay Packers fans after protesting the national anthem in 2017.
'Dune' caps off solid month for movie theaters with strong opening
"Dune" — the science fiction epic from Warner Bros. — took in an estimated $40.1 million at the North American box office this weekend.
After more than a year off, Jessica-Rose Clark proud of wrestling showcase at UFC Fight Night 196
Jessica-Rose Clark reflects on her UFC Fight Night 196 win after a year away from competition.       Related StoriesAfter more than a year off, Jessica-Rose Clark proud of wrestling showcase at UFC Fight Night 196 - EnclosurePaulo Costa says bicep injury in camp led to weight cut issues ahead of UFC Fight Night 196 - EnclosureFight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC Fight Night 196 with The Beatles and three classic movie themes
Arab-American Student 'in Shock' After Teacher's Alleged 'Terrorists' Joke
"I don't feel like going back, I'm really uncomfortable," said Mohammed Zubi, a student at Ridgefield Memorial High School in New Jersey.
Cowboy caviar dip for game day
Looking for a super simple dip that’s on the table in five minutes fast?
2 children were killed and 8 other people injured when a car lost control at Texas drag race
Two young boys were killed Saturday afternoon in Kerrville, Texas, after a vehicle taking part in a drag racing event lost control and struck spectators, police said.
Dodgers' Dave Roberts fearful of upcoming offseason: 'I'm not looking forward to it'
The Los Angeles Dodgers will have some issues to deal with as they start their offseason earlier than expected.
CDC Director Walensky avoids question on vaccine mandate for essential workers
Centers for Disease Control Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky remains coy on whether the Biden administration would support COVID-19 vaccine mandates for essential workers or students.
IMF's chief economist says inflation pressure to persist into next year
IMF's chief economist Gita Gopinath weighs in on the latest with the COVID economy.
More Trump Supporters Than Biden's Say They Have Met a Werewolf: Poll
The poll asked 1,000 U.S. American citizens whether they believed in supernatural monsters.
Secretary Yellen: How new billionaire tax would work
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen tells CNN's Jake Tapper that Democrats are considering a new tax "on liquid assets held by extremely wealthy individuals."
Fauci predicts COVID vaccines for kids 5-11 will be available early November
Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday said that Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine could be available for kids ages 5 to 11 sometime in the first two weeks of November.
Transcript: Gita Gopinath on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with Gita Gopinath, Chief Economist of the International Monetary Fund, that aired Sunday, October 24 2021, on "Face the Nation."
Free community college is out of Biden's plan, but a bigger Pell grant could still help cut costs
President Joe Biden's plan to make tuition free at community colleges is unlikely to make it into the final bill to expand the nation's social safety net. But boosting the federal Pell grant is still on the table and could have a big impact for low-income students.
Rams vs. Lions: How to bet Matthew Stafford’s revenge game
VSiN’s NFL experts offer up a handful of betting recommendations for Sunday’s game between the Detroit Lions and Los Angeles Rams (-16.5, O/U 510.5) Burke: Sean McVay was extremely upset with his Rams team for getting off to such a bad start against the Giants last weekend. His message to the team will likely be...
Trump: US being ‘poisoned’ by illegal immigrants crossing the border
Former President Donald Trump called for restarting the border wall construction that President Joe Biden ended when he took office.
Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods dead at 67
Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods was a longtime fixture of Republican politics in the state and was a top aide to the late Sen. John McCain when he was a congressman.
Giants down yet another weapon with Sterling Shepard inactive
No Sterling Shepard for the Giants Sunday against the Panthers.
Texas Drag Race Driver Slams Into Spectators, Killing 2 Children
A 6-year-old boy and an 8-year-old boy were killed in the crash Saturday afternoon
Two dead after police chase on Beltway ends in fiery crash, police say
The incident began early Sunday morning when Virginia State Police troopers attempted to stop a speeding vehicle.
Pelosi floats Democrats acting alone as 'one path' to raising debt ceiling but still hopes for bipartisanship
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday suggested that the budget reconciliation process could be one way toward raising the debt ceiling in December.
Neil Cavuto talks battle with COVID, urges vaccinations: 'Take the political speaking points and toss them'
Fox veteran Neil Cavuto opened up about his current battle with COVID-19 on "MediaBuzz" Sunday, telling host Howard Kurtz how thankful he was that he's been vaccinated and urging skeptics to "toss the political speaking points" and get their shots as well.
16 rescued from burning container ship off coast of Canada
Some of the containers contained hazardous material.
'SNL' mocks Joe Biden's approval rating, Donald Trump's social media network in 'Weekend Update'
“Saturday Night Live” took on both sides of the political aisle during its most recent “Weekend Update” segment.
Treasury secretary makes prediction about US inflation rate
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says she expects inflation to return to normal levels by the second half of 2022 and pushed back on former Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summer's fears that the Biden administration is losing control over inflation.
A nurse created a baby registry for a new father after his unvaccinated wife died of Covid-19 before meeting their baby
Eric Robison will never run out of words to describe his wife.
4-ingredient guacamole: Try the recipe
Who doesn’t love a good guac? Who hates spending half an hour prepping it in the kitchen? Raise your hand.
Former Afghanistan envoy says he quit because debate wasn't rooted in reality
President Joe Biden's former Afghanistan envoy, Zalmay Khalilzad, said he quit the administration because internal debates weren't rooted in events on the ground.
Thompson says Facebook is "working" with January 6 committee
Congressman Bennie Thompson, chair of the January 6 select committee, said that the House January 6 select committee has issued subpoenas for social media companies, including Facebook, that may be relevant to the investigation.
AR Gov: Mandates deepen resistance to vaccines
Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas tells CNN's Jake Tapper that a mandate for state employees would "probably increase vaccination rates, but it would also increase the resistance of some."
Gottlieb says some kids aged 5-11 could getting COVID vaccine as early as November 4-5
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former FDA commissioner, said that if Pfizer is granted emergency use authorization for the COVID-19 vaccine for kids on November 4, "it could be as early as Nov. 4 and 5 that you can go into some locations and get your child vaccinated."
Pope Francis: Christians ‘Called to a Love that Transcends Borders’
Pope Francis returned to one of his favorite themes this weekend, calling Christians to transcend “borders” and tear down “walls.”
Chinese State Media Calls Biden Admin 'Most Incapable' in U.S. History Amid Taiwan Tension
The Chinese publication said "the U.S. will become a historic sinner that further undermines world unity" by backing Taiwan at the United Nations.
3.6 magnitude earthquake rattles metro Los Angeles
The Los Angeles metro area was hit with a 3.6 magnitude earthquake Sunday, according to data from the United States Geological Survey.
Full Interview with Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi joins CNN's Jake Tapper for a wide-ranging interview on her plans for the social safety net bill, the January 6 investigation, the fight for voting rights and whether she will run for re-election.
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Democrats weigh filibuster reform to pass voting rights legislation after GOP opposition
Increasingly frustrated and alarmed by stalled voting rights legislation, senior Democrats are calling to amend or eliminate the filibuster rule.       
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Merkel biographer explains why iconic picture is so important
Biographer Kati Marton shares what she learned about German Chancellor Angela Merkel and discusses her lasting impact on international politics.
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Fauci: Senator Paul Is Incorrect -- I Never 'Lied or Misled' About Research
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases head Dr. Anthony Fauci claimed Sunday on ABC's "This Week" that he had never lied or misled about the research funded by the NIH.
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Large Group of Mostly Unaccompanied Migrant Children Apprehended near Border in Arizona
Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended a large group of mostly Central American migrants including 81 unaccompanied migrant children.
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Mussolini's great-grandson called up to Serie A club's main squad
Lazio had the great-grandson of a historical figure on their matchday squad Sunday as the club took on Verona in a Serie A match.
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Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz hold hands during lunch date in NYC
The two were spotted out and about in New York City on Saturday, smiling, holding hands and cuddling up close as they took a stroll and grabbed lunch.
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Santa Anita has fourth horse death in short fall meeting
Santa Anita had its fourth equine death of its five-week fall meeting Saturday when Major Cabbie broke down on the backstretch of a race and was euthanized.
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