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Gavin Newsom Campaign Takes Early Lead as First Votes are Counted in Recall Election

Newsom was leading by 1,420,076 votes to 800,827 votes, a margin of over 20 percent, with 17 percent of the vote counted.
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We reviewed 9 leggings brands and picked the best so you don’t have to
Forget stockings this holiday season. Deck the halls with the hosiery she actually wants — leggings.
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Rex Ryan rips Robert Saleh after Jets ‘embarrassment’
Rex Ryan had some harsh words for Robert Saleh.
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Brian Laundrie Likely Had Already Been Dead When Mother Was Mistaken for Him: Police
Laundrie's remains were recently found in Florida's Carlton Reserve, as well as his belongings, including a notebook that authorities believe is salvageable.
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Mets move on to Brewers GM Matt Arnold as team president option
The Mets never received permission to speak with Brewers president of baseball operations David Stearns – but they could be getting his right-hand man. Matt Arnold, the Brewers general manager under Stearns, has spoken to Mets officials, according to an industry source, as they look to fill their president of baseball operations vacancy. The source...
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Alligator Crawling out of Apartment Storm Drain Shocks Local Residents
"We saw a gator coming out of the drainage hole, and we were like, 'Is that a real gator?'" a couple in Mobile, Alabama, said.
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Keri Russell hopes fellow Mouseketeer Britney Spears is ‘happy’
Russell and Spears starred together on "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" in the early '90s alongside Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling and Christina Aguilera.
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Rand Paul on new call for Dr. Fauci's firing: Evidence overwhelmingly points to COVID originating in lab
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., told “America's Newsroom” on Tuesday that there is “overwhelming” evidence pointing to the coronavirus originating in a Wuhan lab.
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Kids in NYC ages 5 to 11 may be eligible for COVID vaccine within days: De Blasio
City health officials expect to begin doling out COVID-19 vaccines to children ages 5 to 11 within days, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday.
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Facebook Papers Reveal Company's Public Comments Not Always Same as Internal Messages
The reams of leaked documents show that sometimes the company's public messages don't align with what's occurring behind the scenes.
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How this South African adhesive helped get the NASA Apollo missions to the moon
Pratley Group CEO, Andrew Pratley, talks about the innovation that took the company's signature product from South Africa to space.
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Authorities on 3 Continents Crack Down on Dark Web Drug Sales
The Justice Department said the global operation led to the arrests of over 150 people and the seizure of large quantities of opioids and other drugs.
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Ivory Coast is planting the seeds of sustainability
As the world's leading cocoa producer, the Ivory Coast has paid a steep price when it comes to deforestation. Now, efforts are underway to bring the forests back and keep the cocoa industry running more sustainably for generations to come.
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3 Children and 1 Woman Drowned While Migrating Across the Aegean Sea
Migrant crossings are down and so are deaths at sea, but Tuesday’s incident was a reminder that dangers remain.
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Need for liver transplants due to heavy drinking soared during the pandemic, study finds
The need for liver transplants because of heavy drinking soared during the pandemic, researchers reported Tuesday.
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Soldier in US Army charged with killing grandfather, great-grandmother
A US Army soldier in Germany has been charged with murdering two relatives in South Carolina in what authorities have described as a "crime of greed."
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MeatEater host Steve Rinella discusses ammo shortage and ten years of being on TV
Steve Rinella spoke with Fox News about hosting MeatEater for ten years and the impact of the current ammo shortage.
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Alicia Silverstone Responds to Body Shaming Comments in Viral Video
The "Clueless" and "Batman & Robin" star nodded along with the video while saying "I love you" and "thank you."
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Storm shatters rainfall records in Southern California. Who got the most?
Rainfall records were smashed from Los Angeles to Long Beach as the first significant storm of the season dumped moisture across the parched region.
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Michigan's Whitmer faces accusations of 'illegal' campaign contributions
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has amassed nearly $4 million in excess campaign contributions for her 2022 reelection bid, reports showed late Monday.
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Photographers help babies born at KC hospital celebrate Halloween
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Storms rip path of destruction in St. Louis
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Artist designs Indiana NBA player's game shoes
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Landlord accused of killing tenant over complaint
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Farmers come together to help family in need
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Owner says he called police twice before shooting
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Neighbors fed abandoned children in apartment
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‘Squid Game’ Halloween costumes banned by New York elementary schools
Three elementary schools in New York’s Fayetteville-Manlius School District have all banned “Squid Game” costumes because of the violence in the show.
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Florida police admit they mistook Brian Laundrie’s mom for him
Florida cops who publicly insisted they had eyes on Brian Laundrie amid the Gabby Petito investigation have admitted they actually mistook him for someone "built kind of similarly."
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Oklahoma boy mauled to death by family dog adopted 3 weeks earlier
A Oklahoma boy was found mauled to death by his family's dog last Wednesday.
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Hassan Rouhani Fast Facts
View CNN's Fast Facts on Hassan Rouhani and learn more about the former Iranian president.
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Man shot and killed breaking into Philly home to confront ex-girlfriend: police
A shooting in Philadelphia left a man who tried breaking into his ex-girlfriend's home dead, police say.
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Bob Graham Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about Bob Graham, former United States senator and Democratic governor of Florida.
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Your Thanksgiving Turkey Could Be the Most Expensive Ever
The cost of turkey has increased 22 percent amid a supply chain crunch, and many staple fruits and vegetables are up between 10-30 percent on last year.
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Saints' Jameis Winston chews out Tre'Quan Smith on sidelines after botched third down vs Seahawks
Things got testy between the New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks during Monday Night Football but tensions were also high between quarterback Jameis Winston and receiver Tre’Quan Smith.
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With Norbert Novenyi Jr. out, Fabian Edwards steps in to face Charlie Ward at Bellator 270
Charlie Ward will get an opportunity to move up the rankings when he faces short-notice replacement Fabian Edwards.       Related StoriesWith Norbert Novenyi Jr. out, Fabian Edwards steps in to face Charlie Ward at Bellator 270 - EnclosureSpinning Back Clique: On Fedor's next fight, Paulo Costa and Nate Diaz's UFC futures, and moreSpinning Back Clique: On Fedor's next fight, Paulo Costa and Nate Diaz's UFC futures, and more - Enclosure 
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1 in 4 American Jews say they experienced antisemitism in the last year
A new report from American Jewish Committee also found that, out of fear of antisemitism, 39% of American Jews changed their behavior, such as by not wearing items that would identify them as Jewish.
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David Petraeus Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts for a look at the life of David Petraeus, former director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
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Spider looks like Elton John wearing glasses and a toupée
This tiny spider could play “Tiny Dancer.” An arachnid that looks like Elton John has been spotted in Gin Gin, Australia, thanks to its distinctive gold-and-black markings. The spider’s front appendages — called pedipalps — appear to be playing the piano much like the “Rocket Man” singer.
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'Amazing': An Astros favorite, Braves starter Charlie Morton prepares to beat his former team (again)
Morton won the World Series with the Astros in 2017 and is facing his former team in the playoffs for the third year in a row.      
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Queen Elizabeth II resumes royal duties after overnight hospital stay
The Queen virtually met with the ambassador from the Republic of Korea Gunn Kim, and the ambassador of Switzerland Markus Leitner after her hospital stay.
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Daylight Saving Time Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts for background information about Daylight Saving Time, a system to reduce electricity usage by extending daylight hours.
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Psaki: 'Almost there,' on budget, climate deals
Democrats are insisting a broad budget deal remains within reach as they rush to show progress before President Joe Biden departs later this week to attend global overseas summits. (Oct. 26)      
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Democrats rush to reach deal on social spending plan before Biden trip
"The alternative to what is being negotiated is not the original package, it is nothing," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday.
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How to use planetary retrograde in astrology for good
Retrogrades are notorious for causing drama, confusion, delays and stagnation — all centered around what the planet rules.
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Queen Elizabeth II Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about Queen Elizabeth II and learn more about the Queen of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth realms.
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Serial Killers Fast Facts
Read Fast Facts on CNN about convicted serial killers and famous, unsolved serial killings.
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Gwyneth Paltrow reveals she almost died giving birth to her daughter
Gwyneth Paltrow recalled the “crazy” experience giving birth to her daughter, Apple Martin, and revealed she nearly died in the process.
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