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Cops Drove 130 Miles to Deliver Blood for COVID Patient Who Died After Waiting for ICU Bed
The patient's granddaughter said the family feels "in our hearts" he would have survived if he'd gotten an ICU bed sooner.
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Shooting Reported Inside Idaho Mall; Police Confirm Multiple Injuries
At least one person is in custody and several others have been injured after a shooting took place at the Boise Town Square Mall, police said Monday.
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All the details on Heather Rae Young’s wedding dress
Heather Rae Young married Tarek El Moussa on Saturday, two years after the reality stars began dating.
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Prince Andrew case: Judge overseeing Giuffre lawsuit signals OK for trial, orders depositions by July 2022
A federal judge in New York has ordered that depositions in the civil lawsuit filed by Virginia Roberts Giuffre against Prince Andrew must be completed by July 14 of next year, effectively signaling he is ready to move the case to trial, court records show. 
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Computer a mess? Your 5-step quick plan to clean it up
Digital junk piles up too quickly. Look no further than your phone and all those blurry photos and old screenshots in your gallery. What you don’t see are the invasive tracking cookies saved in your smartphone.  Clutter on your computer can be even tougher to wrangle. Start with your Recycle Bin on a PC or...
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Far-Right Group Organized to Protest COVID Restrictions Gains 11K Members in 1 Year: Report
The report said the organization has grown by 53 percent in the last year, having a total of more than 33,000 members across the country and even in Canada.
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Megan Thee Stallion debuts her 'Hellraiser' Halloween costume
From Beyoncé to Heidi Klum, some celebrities always go all out for Halloween. This year, there's a new contender.
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Seattle fireman struggles to feed his family while on unpaid leave amid vaccine mandate
After serving six-and-a-half years with the Seattle fire department, 38-year-old Andy Pittman tells Fox News that he’s been pulled off his duty as an engine driver after choosing not to get vaccinated by the city’s October 18 deadline, citing religious and moral convictions.
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Live Updates: One person in custody after reports of shooting at Boise mall
The Boise Police Department said there were "multiple reports" of injuries.
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Saints vs. Seahawks Live Stream: How To Watch Tonight’s ‘Monday Night Football’ Live
The Manningcast is back, baby!
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WFT to stick with Taylor Heinicke at QB, with Ryan Fitzpatrick set for MRI in two weeks
Fitzpatrick is at least two weeks from returning from his hip injury, so Heinicke will continue to lead Washington's offense in the meantime.
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Dave Chappelle says he'll meet with transgender critics, but he's 'not bending to anybody's demands'
Weeks after his special "The Closer" was criticized for its jokes aimed at transgender people, Dave Chappelle has addressed the controversy.
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Father Allegedly Shoots Son Because He Wouldn't Stop Playing Guitar
At the scene, authorities found the guitar in question—and they said it was covered in "apparent bullet holes."
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A victim of serial killer John Wayne Gacy's has been identified using DNA
A North Carolina man was killed sometime between 1976 and early 1977. His remains were among 26 sets that police found in the crawl space under Gacy's home.
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Sudanese man in NYC unable to talk to family
A Sudanese man living in Brooklyn says he has not been able to talk to his family for two days. Sudan's interim prime minister and a number of senior government officials were arrested Monday, in what officials have described as a military coup. (Oct 25)      
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Facebook profits jump 17 percent.
The results in the latest quarter are a sign of the company’s financial strength as it faces a public relations crisis.
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Artists bridge community with creative projects
Kabelo Morokotso's builds giant robot to inspire his community in Botswana. Zana Masombuka tells stories of her South African hometown in her artwork.
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Biden speaks on infrastructure and spending bills during New Jersey visit
President Biden delivered remarks on his infrastructure and social spending plans during a visit to New Jersey, where Democratic Governor Phil Murphy is running for reelection next week. CBS News political reporter Adam Brewster joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero with details.
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Drug kingpin 'El Chapo' appeals conviction, argues jury bias and conditions in 'modern dungeon'
Attorneys representing notorious Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera handed down oral arguments on Monday in the appeal of the Mexican drug kingpin’s U.S. conviction.
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The Facebook Papers: What you need to know about the trove of insider documents
"We've been fueling this fire for a long time and we shouldn't be surprised it's now out of control," an employee reportedly wrote on an internal message board.
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A cyclist survived an attack from a 500-pound bear by kicking the animal after it charged toward him
A cyclist lived to tell his tale after a bear attacked him while riding alone in Cantwell, Alaska.
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45 Years Later, North Carolina Man Identified as Victim of John Wayne Gacy
The man's remains were among 26 sets that police found in the crawl space under Gacy's home just outside the city
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NYC school safety agents ranks have thinned 36 percent amid rise in gun busts
NYPD Chief of Department Rodney Harrison revealed Monday that the city's school safety agent force has plunged by 36 percent in recent years.
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Police responding to shots fired report at mall in Boise
Police are responding to a mall in Boise, Idaho, following a report of shots fired, authorities said.
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PM Update: Today’s record warmth helps fuel hefty showers and storms this evening
Some spots will see a good deal of rain this evening. It will be windy and much cooler Tuesday.
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Iran Sourced Drones That Attacked U.S. Base in Syria, Launched From Elsewhere: Officials
No injuries or deaths were reported from the drone attack last week.
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Donald Trump NFT on sale for 240 ethereum
Non-fungible token depicting Donald Trump years before his term in the White House will set you back just over $1 million.
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New US international travel rules for COVID-19 have 'extremely limited' exceptions
State Department Spokesman Ned Price summarizes the new international COVID-19 air travel policies, including exemptions.      
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Here’s a little-noticed reason the Virginia race is such a big deal
If Terry McAuliffe wins, it could give a big political boost to paid leave.
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Bucs fan who mistakenly received Tom Brady's 600th TD pass says he just wants to hit the links with the star
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan who mistakenly received Tom Brady’s 600th touchdown ball from wide receiver Mike Evans during the team’s win over the Chicago Bears only really wants one thing in return.
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Workers Are Furious. Their Unions Are Scrambling to Catch Up
James Geiger, a 53-year-old John Deere machinist in Waterloo, Iowa, is fed up with two things. The first is how newer workers are treated by the agricultural machinery manufacturer compared to older ones. After 19 years of service, he says his pay and pension benefits don’t stack up against those of his coworkers hired before…
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I’ve turned my rental property into a multi-colored pad on the cheap
A mom has revealed how she turned her rental property into a multi-colored home on the cheap.
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A statue honoring the US Colored Troops was unveiled across the street from a Confederate monument in Tennessee
When numerous cities across America fought to remove Confederate monuments, a city in Tennessee chose to refocus attention on the contributions of Black people in the Civil War.
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Bomb cyclone to blast Northeast with heavy rain and howling winds
The rain could cause areas of flooding in Philadelphia, New York and Boston, while winds may be strong enough to topple trees and cause power outages in eastern New England.
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Queen Elizabeth will no longer do solo royal events after latest health scare
After her recent stay in a hospital, Queen Elizabeth II will no longer do official events solo to make sure another royal is on hand in case she has to cancel.
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Another Alec Baldwin Project Is Delayed Indefinitely Amid 'Rust' Investigation
The British documentary, "Flint: Who Can You Trust?", was set to release in select cities this Friday.
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Garland should stand down after NSBA apology, GOP politicians say
Congressional Republicans are calling for Attorney General Merrick Garland to stand down after the National School Boards Association (NSBA) apologized for its controversial letter urging the administration to investigate school board opposition. 
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Kayla Harrison responds to Dana White: 'I really am gonna be the greatest of all time. He's gonna see.'
Kayla Harrison had a strong message for Dana White after the UFC boss warned about her jumping ship.       Related StoriesKayla Harrison responds to Dana White: 'I really am gonna be the greatest of all time. He's gonna see.' - EnclosureDana White's Contender Series 45 faceoff turns ugly with 'terrorist' taunt - EnclosureDana White's Contender Series 45 faceoff turns ugly with 'terrorist' taunt 
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Facebook whistleblower tells UK lawmakers until 'incentives change,' the company won't
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen urges UK lawmakers to regulate Facebook due to its inability to prevent misinformation and polarizing content.      
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Jeffrey Wright calls Balwin prop gun incident 'a mismanaged set'
Jeffrey Wright, who stars on "Westworld" and will appear in the upcoming "The Batman" film, reacts to Alec Baldwin shooting a prop gun which killed "Rust" director of photography Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza, saying "that should never happen." (Oct. 25)      
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Biden boasts he's used word 'union' more than past 7 presidents 'combined'
President Biden boasted that he’s used the word "union" more than the past seven U.S. presidents "combined" during a speech in New Jersey on Monday.
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US ‘deeply alarmed’ by reports of apparent military coup in Sudan
The White House’s stance comes hours after reports emerged that the country’s interim Prime Minister Abdulla Hamdok was placed under house arrest and forced to issue a message supporting the coup.
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Brian Laundrie's Cause of Death Remains a Mystery, Family Won't Hold Funeral
"I was told the manner and cause of death were not determined and the remains were sent to an anthropologist [for] further evaluation," Steven Bertolino said.
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Anne Heche claims she was ‘canceled’ because of Ellen DeGeneres romance
The actress admitted to Page Six that she felt "blacklisted" by Hollywood after striking up a romance with Ellen DeGeneres in the '90s.
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It’s Not the “Ahmaud Arbery Trial”
“Black death becomes just another online spectacle when it’s boiled down into something easy to share and easy to manipulate.”
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Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams tests positive for COVID-19, could miss key game vs. Cardinals
Wide receiver Davante Adams and defensive coordinator Joe Barry both tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, possibly leaving them out for a key game.       
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Biden pushes for budget deal
Taking a campaign swing through New Jersey to promote his big domestic policy bill, President Joe Biden paints his ambitious child care and infrastructure plans as allowing Americans to "own the future." (Oct. 25)      
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‘Swear to god, true story,’ Biden says as he tells ‘false’ Amtrak story for 5th time
President Biden on Monday repeated a made up story to illustrate his closeness to Amtrak and a former conductor named Angelo Negri.
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