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Georgia Police Blasts Hospital for Allegedly Discharging Sick Man Who Collapsed on Sidewalk
"This is inhumane; this is not who we are as city, as a county, or even as a country. Or at least it shouldn't be," a police officer said.
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Customers allegedly turned away by NYC’s new ‘Soup Nazi’ at popular cafe
No seat for you!
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nypost.com
Sean Penn’s wife Leila George files for divorce after 1 year of marriage
Sean Penn's love life just made a "U-Turn" back into bachelorhood.
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Netflix fires employee for sharing information about Dave Chappelle’s special amid LGBTQ backlash
Netflix said the employee leaked “confidential” and “commercially sensitive” information following backlash from the LGBTQ community over recent jokes from Chappelle that critics have called transphobic,
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Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith Show off Their Sadistic Side in ‘The Great British Baking Show’ “Dessert Week”
The oven mitts are off! Paul and Prue are coming for (metaphoric) blood!
nypost.com
Was Bill Maher’s ‘Real Time’ New On HBO Last Night?
We have the answer to your weekly Saturday morning question and more.
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How to ask for a raise when companies are desperate for workers
Workers suddenly have a lot more leverage. Here are three ways to do a negotiate a better salary.
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How to Watch DC FanDome Live: ‘The Batman,’ ‘Peacemaker,’ More
We're getting news from The Batman, Peacemaker, Shazam! Fury of the Gods and more.
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Future Tense Newsletter: We Need More Low-Stakes Rules for Internet Conduct
Plus, stories from the recent past of Future Tense.
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The Best Photo We Didn’t Use This Week: Donald Trump’s Note to Self
The president was not immune to the charms of bridesmaid font.
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Storage containers are scarce, so toymakers are focused on small, squishy toys for the holidays
Jay Foreman, the chief executive of toymaker Basic Fun, was in a bind over the summer.
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The permanently temporary 2021 economy, in charts
Uncertainty obscures the path forward. Here’s a breakdown of what’s happening, in five charts.
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Leaders pay tribute to British lawmaker who was stabbed to death
They paid tribute at the church where David Amess was killed.
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Netflix Employee Fired in Wake of Chappelle Special Furor
Netflix fired an employee for disclosing confidential financial information about what it paid for Dave Chappelle’s recent comedy special
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What fixing Yankees’ shortstop problem truly comes down to: Sherman
I do agree that if the Yankees repair catcher and shortstop, that would do much to keep them a 90-plus win contender.
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Clyburn: 'These are not Joe Biden problems. These are global problems.'
Of the myriad problems President Biden is encountering, House Majority Whip James Clyburn says, 'I don't care who's in the White House. They could not possibly do anything about these issues.'
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Manchester United forward told to 'prioritize' football by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has been advised by his manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to "focus on football" rather than off-field commitments as he gets set to return from injury.
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Marcus Rashford: Manchester United forward told to 'prioritize' football by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has been advised by his manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to "focus on football" rather than off-field commitments as he gets set to return to play from injury.
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Gruden disciple says there’s room for the coach to receive a second chance
First-year defensive coordinator for the Rams, Raheem Morris, is another coach speaking out on the Jon Gruden email controversy.
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Teachers told to include books with 'opposing' views of Holocaust
A school district superintendent in North Texas apologized after one of the district's administrators told teachers that if they have books about the Holocaust in their classroom libraries, then they should also include books that have "opposing" views of the Holocaust. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
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Still using Facebook? 3 ways to make sure it's not listening
They are always listening for the wake word, and tech companies admit smart assistants mishear commands more often than any of us would like.
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Covid has killed more police than gunfire since pandemic began
Covid-19 has been the leading cause of death for US police officers in the last two years, according to Officer Down Memorial Page. CNN's Ryan Young speaks to two widows who lost their husbands to the virus.
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Albany police, NYPD order cops to do nothing as drug addicts shoot up
New York City’s war on drugs is over. The junkies won. The New York Police Department waved the white flag last week — upon orders to surrender from Albany — directing officers to let drug addicts freely shoot up on city streets, and even let them share needles. “Effective immediately, members of the service should...
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Smerconish: Can Trump steal 2024 - or win it outright?
Smerconish wonders if Democrats should worry less about Trump stealing the 2024 election and more about him actually winning. Biden is struggling on many big issues, and inflation is exploding.
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Florida plans on avoiding the shoe toss against LSU
Florida coach Dan Mullen did not want to talk about it.
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Keyshawn Johnson on his time with Jon Gruden: 'He's a bad guy. And he's a fraud.'
Former Buccaneers receiver Keyshawn Johnson played for Jon Gruden and believed that Gruden attempted to destroy Johnson's football career.      
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Self-driving Waymo cars pile up on dead-end San Francisco street
Last month, Waymo, a sister company of Google, began testing its self-driving vehicles in San Francisco. Neighbors on one dead-end street realized they were seeing a lot of the cars for no apparent reason. Wilson Walker has the story.
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No. 9 Oregon holds off tenacious California 24-17
Quarterback Anthony Brown shut out the noise to lead Oregon to a fourth-quarter comeback, then let the defense seal a victory over California.
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Houston Shooting Leaves One Deputy Dead, Two Others Injured
The deputies were wrestling with a suspect when they were shot from behind, according to the Houston Police Department.
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White House looks to scale back climate initiative after stiff pushback from Manchin
The West Virginia Democrat has expressed fierce opposition to the White House’s proposed Clean Electricity Performance Program
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No. 24 San Diego St. outlasts San Jose St. 19-13 in 2 OTs
San Diego State needed a spark on offense and Lucas Johnson delivered.
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Chicago uses stellar defensive effort to rout Phoenix 86-50
Kahleah Copper provided the offense and the Chicago Sky used a dominant defensive effort to move within a win of the franchise’s first WNBA championship.
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With Lawmaker’s Killing, the U.K. Confronts a New Episode of Terrorism
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other leaders paid their respects to David Amess, who was fatally stabbed while meeting with constituents. The police have a suspect in custody and said the attack was linked to Islamist extremism.
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National Comedy Center celebrates ‘I Love Lucy’ 70th anniversary
Friday marks 70 years since "I Love Lucy" made its debut on CBS. It was a major hit at the time and went on to a life in syndication and streaming that continues to this day. The show had a big impact on television and also on a small town in Upstate New York. Jamie Wax has more.
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NYC overdose deaths spike 36 percent, CDC data shows
A heartbreaking 2,243 people in the five boroughs died from drug overdoses for the 12-month period ending March 31, compared to 1,653 who died in the same period the year before, according to agency stats.
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U.S.C. to Issue Honorary Degrees to Displaced Japanese Students
Jonathan Kaji, former president of the Asian Pacific Alumni Association at the University of Southern California, has been pushing the school to apologize for its treatment of its Nisei students since 2007.
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Clemson holds off Syracuse 17-14 when late FG misses
DJ Uiagalelei passed for 181 yards and one touchdown, Kobe Pace rushed for 76 yards and another score, and Clemson held off Syracuse 17-14 on Friday night.
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Boston Red Sox vs. Houston Astros, ALCS Game 2: Time, how to watch, TV, live stream, starting pitchers for Saturday
Houston won 5-4 on Friday and has a chance to take a commanding lead in the best-of-seven ALCS.      
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AP source: No one else in NFL cited with email violations
The NFL has found no other current team or league personnel to have sent emails containing racist, homophobic or misogynistic language similar to messages written by Jon Gruden that led to his resignation as Las Vegas Raiders coach, according to a person familiar with the documents.
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Victor Cruz talks Super Bowl memories, ‘perfect’ Eli Manning pass, Giants legacy
Post columnist Steve Serby caught up with 2011 Big Blue Super Bowl champion Victor Cruz for some Q&A before the team celebrates the 10-year anniversary of that title. Q: Is it hard for you to believe that it’s been 10 years since Super Bowl XLVI? A: Man … I knew this day would come. While...
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Renewable Energy Could Pay the Price for Fuel Crisis
Consumers’ discomfort with rising oil and gas prices doesn’t bode well for what might be a costly shift to solar and wind power.
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Human remains in Iowa positively identified as missing 11-year-old Xavior Harrelson
Human remains found in late September near Montezuma, Iowa, have been positively identified as 11-year-old Xavior Harrelson, according to the Poweshiek County Sheriff's Office.
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Man charged with murder for September shooting of 16-year-old in NYC
The victim, Nisayah Sanchez, also of the Bronx, died Sept. 30 after two men jumped out of a gray Honda Accord and shot him in the head and chest.
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The Man Who Turned a State Into America’s Switzerland
How “Wild Bill” Janklow, a very creative governor of South Dakota, built a financial center catering to the world’s most powerful banks and wealthiest clients.
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WFT-Chiefs preview: Washington prepares to face Kansas City’s explosive offense
Plus, Washington looks to shut down Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill, and stays confident in its veteran backup offensive linemen amid injuries.
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Jim Breslo: Gavin Newsom's woke plans now include toys, lawn mowers and even restrooms
Democrats have a monopoly on power in California. They hold super-majorities in both legislative houses, every state-wide office, every big city mayoral position, and literally every seat on the L.A. and San Francisco city councils.
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foxnews.com
‘Foundation’ Star Leah Harvey on Gender-Flips, Action Scenes, and Shipping Salvor and Phara
"Phalvor was the name for them, because they’re just great."
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What's on TV Saturday: TV movie 'Advice to Love By' on Hallmark; Rami Malek hosts 'SNL'
What to watch Saturday, October 16: TV movie 'Advice to Love By' on Hallmark; Rami Malek hosts 'Saturday Night Live' on NBC; MLB Playoffs continue
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