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Jets couldn’t have looked worse in embarrassing loss to Broncos

The Broncos shut the Jets out, embarrassing Robert Saleh’s crew with a 26-0 win on Sunday at Empower Field at Mile High.
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Parkland shooter to plead guilty to 17 murders
Former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Nikolas Cruz intends to plead guilty to 17 counts of murder. Three faculty members and 14 students were killed in the 2018 mass school shooting. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
FDA panel recommends Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine booster
An FDA panel recommended Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 booster shot for adults 18 and older. The panel suggested getting the booster as early as two months after the original shot. Mireya Villarreal has more.
Dogs can show human-like ADHD behaviors, study finds
Scientists have discovered traits like hyperactivity, impulsivity and inattention in some dogs.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, October 15, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News," hosted by Major Garrett.
4 key moments from Dr. Sanjay Gupta's appearance on Joe Rogan's podcast
When CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta sat down for a three-hour conversation on "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, the chief topic was Covid-19.
De Blasio is a goner, but his toxic anti-meritocracy mentality is here to stay
Bill De Blasio will be out of office soon, but his mindset, bent on advancing bogus theories of systemic racism and opposed to upward mobility, seems to be lingering on in NYC.
Ron Watkins, Alleged QAnon Founder, Announces Run for Congress
"Trump had his election stolen, not just in Arizona but in other states, too," Watkins said during his campaign announcement.
Architecture firm brings 'diversity and sensitivity' to local communities
Couple struck by car walking from dinner to hotel
Police: Man arrested after road rage shooting
Clergy, residents complain about rec centers
Woman says man tried to break into her hotel room
Community mourns loss of mom and son from COVID
Sheriff: Teacher had edibles in student prize box
Bond denied for teen accused of killing classmate
2 workers injured after steam pipe ruptures
Delivery driver helps stabbing victim, then gets hit by his own car
Abortion providers feel ripple effects of TX ban
Man sentenced for killing brother-in-law
NE man rescues thousands from Afghanistan
Apple employee who led #AppleToo organizing effort says she was fired
An Apple employee who led organizing efforts against harassment and discrimination within the company said she has been fired.
Adam Schiff Says Kevin McCarthy Becoming House Speaker Is Essentially Giving Trump the Job
The California congressman has called the former president a "clear and present danger" to democracy.
Hubert Germain, last French WWII ‘Companion of the Liberation,’ dies at 101
He fought with Free French Forces in North Africa and Europe, helping liberate France from Nazi occupation.
Former President Clinton to stay in hospital Friday night
Orange, CA - A spokesperson for former President Bill Clinton says that he will remain hospitalized Friday night after checking into a hospital on Tuesday for a urological sepsis infection.
Team Biden’s blow to US workers . . . and other commentary
Conservative: Mayorkis’ Blow to US Workers Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’ new ban on “worksite raids for illegal aliens” by Immigration and Customs Enforcement is a marked shift from the 1986 law that prohibited illegal-immigrant ­employment “to protect American workers from competition by people who had no right to be here,” fumes Mark Krikorian at National Review....
Masks and vaccines are a must this holiday season, CDC says
Get your holiday themed masks and porch heaters ready.
NFL Picks Week 6: The Vikings, Panthers and the allure of inscrutable teams
Wall Street Sees a Record-Deal Spree as a Reason for Optimism
Fees from advising corporate clients on mergers and other deals raised bottom lines across Wall Street. Bankers say it’s a good sign for the recovery.
Climate activists protest outside U.S. Capitol
Indigenous groups and other environmental activists marched to the Capitol as they continued a weeklong protest demanding that Congress and the Biden Administration stop new fossil fuel projects and act with greater urgency on climate change. (Oct. 15)
Texas National Guard soldiers fired upon across border by suspected cartel gunmen, authorities say
Texas National Guard soldiers on the southern border were fired on Thursday by suspected cartel gunmen from Mexico, authorities said Friday.
This senator accidentally told the truth about why he wanted Donald Trump's endorsement
If you listen closely enough, politicians will usually tell you the truth -- even if they don't do it on purpose. Witness Sen. Chuck Grassley, accepting the endorsement of former President Donald Trump at a rally over the weekend in Iowa.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Trip’ on Netflix, a Bleak Comedy That Elevates Marital Discord to a Bloody New Level
Noomi Rapace stars in this surprisingly gory Norwegian movie.
Democrats frustrated over Biden’s inability to deal with Sinema, Manchin
Democrats are getting frustrated with President Biden's sluggish negotiations with Sens. Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema over his $3.5 trillion spending bill.
This is why Virginia gubernatorial candidates are vying for Latino votes
Amid an uptick in support for Republicans among the reliably Democratic-leaning demographic, Virginia gubernatorial candidates fight for Latino support. CNN's Boris Sanchez reports.
FDA, CDC considering whether to allow mixing COVID booster shots
U.S. regulators are considering revising the rules for COVID vaccines to allow people to opt for a booster shot from a different maker.
'Cut This F*ck': Jon Gruden's Emails Reveal Strong Criticism of Colin Kaepernick
An email exchange uncovered during the investigation into the Washington Football Team's workplace misconduct allegations, shows former Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and former Washington Football Team executive Bruce Allen criticizing Colin Kaepernick for kneeling during the national anthem.
William Shatner tells Anderson Cooper about his historic trip to space
Actor William Shatner describes his trip to space and what it meant to him. Watch "Full Circle" every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6pm E.T.
US financial institutions report major increase in ransomware payments to cybercriminals
US financial institutions reported nearly $600 million in suspected ransomware-related payments to cybercriminals in the first six months of 2021 -- more than was reported in all of 2020, the Treasury Department said in a report Friday.
Activist hedge fund wants Macy’s to mimic rival Saks’ online strategy
An activist hedge fund that took a stake in Macy’s is is pushing the department-store giant to follow its upscale rival Saks Fifth Avenue’s online playbook, The Post has learned. In March, Saks separated its bricks-and-mortar business from its online division, with the latter becoming a new private company controlled by Saks whose value has...
Michigan Schools With No Mask Mandate Have 61 Percent More COVID Cases
Forty-two percent of school districts in Michigan have mask mandates in places and more than 748,000 students attend schools in districts with mask mandates.
National Space Council vets sign Oracle
Facebook also added a new outside firm to its lengthy roster of lobbyists.
Katey Sagal’s husband jokes that she’s going on ‘DWTS’ after car accident
“I’ll be picking her up from the hospital later, taking her to that Dancing With the Stars audition,” Kurt Sutter wrote on Instagram Friday.
When Will ‘YOU’ Season 4 Premiere?
Joe's coming back.
Darren Criss and wife Mia Swier expecting a baby
The "Glee" star announced the news on Friday with a video of the couple listening to their unborn child's heartbeat, captioning it "We made a BEAT.⁣"
'Big RBG fan' Katie Couric marks another former nightly news anchor who embraces liberal views
Former "CBS Evening News" anchor Katie Couric revealed in her new memoir that she was a "huge" fan of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, so much so that she once edited out what she viewed to be a damaging interview answer for the late judge's progressive legacy.
Manny Pacquiao: China Won't 'Bully' Philippines Under My Presidency
Boxer-turned-politician Manny Pacquiao, who recently retired from the ring to run for the Philippine presidency in 2022, said Thursday he would not allow his country to "be bullied" by Beijing in the South China Sea if elected president, ABS-CBN reported.
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