Kayleigh McEnany says Nancy Pelosi ‘not interested’ in COVID-19 stimulus deal

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Wednesday said Nancy Pelosi doesn’t actually want to pass a COVID-19 stimulus bill, citing the House speaker’s rejection of a centrist compromise. Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Tuesday that the House would remain in session until a deal passes, but McEnany noted that Democratic leaders denounced a proposal from the...
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UFC 253 rookie report: Grading the newcomers in Abu Dhabi
Fighters from around the globe dream of the day they'll step into the octagon the first time. How did the three newcomers perform Saturday?       Related StoriesCallout Collection: Who UFC 253 winners want next – and how likely they'll get themTwitter reacts to Israel Adesanya's masterful title defense against Paulo Costa at UFC 253Twitter reacts to Jan Blachowicz's TKO of Dominick Reyes at UFC 253 – and Jon Jones went hard
North Korea accuses South Korean ships of crossing border to find dead official
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea accused South Korea of sending ships across the disputed sea boundary to find the body of a South Korean official recently killed by North Korean troops, warning Sunday the intrusion could escalate tensions. South Korea denied the accusation. “We urge the South side to immediately halt the intrusion across...
Former NYPD detective on confrontation between gun-carrying Louisville business owner and protesters
People are "hijacking” the message of Black Lives Matter, former NYPD detective Dr. Oscar Odom told “Fox & Friends Weekend" on Sunday, reacting to a group of protesters captured on video in a tense confrontation with a Louisville, Ky., store owner who was reportedly defending his business.
Joe Biden Blasts Amy Coney Barrett for Criticizing Supreme Court's Obamacare Ruling
Former Vice President Joe Biden blasted Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Sunday, saying her past criticism of Chief Justice John Roberts for upholding Obamacare was a warning to American voters about Republicans' agenda in her nomination.
Biden to take post-debate campaign swing through Ohio and Pennsylvania
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will embark on a campaign trip across eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania via train that focuses on the economy and working families following this week's first presidential debate in Cleveland.
Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley arrested on marijuana and stolen property charges
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley was arrested on charges of marijuana possession and receiving/concealing stolen property.
Ohio woman tased, arrested after refusing to a wear mask at middle school football game
Police in Logan, Ohio say the woman was arrested and tased only after refusing to leave for not complying with school policy to wear a face mask.
Washington players wear 'Breonna Deserves Better' T-shirts before game vs. Browns
Washington Football Team players were seen wearing shirts dedicated to Breonna Taylor in the wake of a Kentucky grand jury’s decision not to charge any police officer in her death.
Texas man builds candy-shooting cannon and robot to keep trick-or-treating alive
As Halloween draws closer, people across the country are still asking what the holiday will look like this year. Some areas have discussed canceling events like trick-or-treating, while it appears that others are looking to invent new ways to keep the tradition alive.
Majority of Michigan, Wisconsin voters think RBG Supreme Court seat should not be filled before election
The poll found Democratic nominee Biden leading Trump among likely voters 52%-44% in Michigan, and 54%-44% in Wisconsin.
Gov. DeSantis expects 'full Super Bowl' in Tampa in 2021 despite coronavirus unknowns
Super Bowl LV will take place in Tampa Fla., at Raymond James Stadium next year and Gov. Ron DeSantis is hoping to have a full stadium despite the unknowns surrounding the coronavirus.
Oregon police department removes thin blue line from patrol vehicles
An Oregon police department has announced the removal of thin blue line vinyl decals from its patrol cars, saying they have become a divisive symbol to some in the community.
NYC principals union votes ‘no confidence’ in de Blasio, Carranza
New York City's school principals union has issued a vote of no confidence in Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza.
Last Look: Back to school in the age of Covid-19
Fareed takes a look at why the re-opening of schools is so critical and how the U.S. is tackling the issue compared to the rest of the world.
LeBron James will have more NBA Finals appearances than more than half of the teams in the league
LeBron James will be making his 10th NBA Finals appearance next week and his first with the Los Angeles Lakers as they await the winner of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Backs Biden, Harris in His First Presidential Endorsement
The actor, who describes himself as a “registered independent … with centrist ideologies,” said Biden and Harris “are the best choice to lead our country.”
Fareed: How Trump could lose the vote and stay in power
Fareed gives his take on why the President has been lambasting mail-in ballots, and what might happen if no candidate gets enough electoral votes.
New York’s COVID-19 infection rate hovering around at least 1 percent
The state reported 84,770 people tested Saturday, with 866 of them positive, or 1.02 percent. That's the fourth day in a row the state's rate hit at least 1 percent. It was 0.9 percent Sept. 22.
Remote work could spell doom for your favorite dry cleaner and lunch spot
Many Americans have been working from home since the pandemic started. But the shift to remote working could cause massive problems for the jobs and economy that have long relied on bustling offices and crowded business districts.
Sen. Johnson urges Barr to release Durham findings if report delayed until after election
Senate Homeland Security Committee chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., scolded U.S. Attorney John Durham Sunday over his reported decision to hold off on revealing his findings of the investigation into the origins of the Russia probe until after the 2020 election, calling the move "political" in nature.
Bobby Green vs. Thiago Moises added to UFC's Oct. 31 lineup
Bobby Green's busy year will continue with a return to the octagon in October against Thiago Moises.        Related StoriesBobby Green vs. Thiago Moises added to UFC's Oct. 31 lineup - EnclosureCallout Collection: Who UFC 253 winners want next – and how likely they'll get themConor McGregor responds to Dana White's 'man code' criticism, tells UFC president to 'stop lying'
On GPS: How could election day play out?
Writer Emiliy Bazelon and law professor Noah Feldman join Fareed to lay out election day scenarios and discuss President Trump's third Supreme Court pick.
Biden reacts to Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett
Former Vice President Joe Biden talks about President Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court in Wilmington, Delaware.
Teenager Jannik Sinner shocks 11th seed David Goffin in French Open first round
Teenager Jannik Sinner stunned 11th seed David Goffin in the first round of the French Open, beating the Belgian in straight sets on the opening day of the Grand Slam.
Trump Accuses Bloomberg of 'Serious Crime' in Helping Ex-Prisoners Vote
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently raised more than $16 million to help restore voting rights for people convicted of felonies in Florida.
Homeless man tosses baby stroller onto Bronx subway tracks: cops
A homeless man threw a baby stroller onto the tracks on a Bronx subway — and was arrested after the train conductor held the doors shut until police arrived, cops said. Fabian Davis, 35, allegedly tossed the empty stroller on the tracks from aboard a No. 2 train as it pulled into Wakefield-241st Street station...
Rhode Island: Images of the Ocean State
Diane39 / iStockphoto / Getty Rhode Island is the smallest state in the U.S., but with a population of just over a million people, it is also the the second-most densely populated state. From Woonsocket and Pawtucket, through Providence, Bristol, and Newport, here are a few glimpses of the landscape of Rhode Island and some of the wildlife and people calling it home. This photo story is part of Fifty, a collection of images from each of the United States.
Mexican authorities issue warrants for military, police allegedly linked to disappearance of 43 students
The inclusion of military personnel and federal police is a first, though families of the students have long demanded it.
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The Raiders could be in even more trouble with the NFL
The Las Vegas Raiders are under fire for another coronavirus protocol violation. Less than a week after head coach Jon Gruden violated the NFL’s mask mandate, which the league fined him $100,000 and the Raiders $250,000 for, the organization is now under investigation by the league for allowing unauthorized locker room access, according to ESPN....
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Joe Biden Claimed He Attended Historically Black University; University Disagrees
Delaware State University (DSU) has refuted Joe Biden's claim that he attended the historically black institution -- the latest example of Biden being caught embellishing his academic credentials.
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UFC 253 post-event facts: Israel Adesanya's 20-0 start impacts record books
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Biden calls on Senate to 'take a step back from the brink' and not vote on Barrett
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Sunday called on the U.S. Senate to hold off voting on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, claiming that the right thing to do would be to wait to fill the vacant seat on the court until after January's inauguration.
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Mets players reflect on missing the postseason: 'We had a lot of talent and we just didn’t do it'
The New York Mets have not made the playoffs since 2016 when the team lost its National League Wildcard game to the San Francisco Giants.
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson endorses Joe Biden and Kamala Harris
Can you smelllllll who The Rock is endorsing?
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NeNe Leakes reveals she felt 'forced out' of 'Real Housewives' by Bravo
NeNe Leakes revealed that she felt “forced” out of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” by Bravo weeks after announcing she decided to leave the show. 
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Portland protests remain largely peaceful until night falls and police are targeted, authorities say
After a day of mostly peaceful protests staged by ideologically opposed groups in volatile Portland, Oregon, the demonstrations turned violent as night fell Saturday, prompting police to declare a downtown gathering unlawful and make several arrests.
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Chris Wallace won't fact check Trump and Biden during the debate
The presidential debates for the 2020 election kick off Tuesday in Cleveland, and many Americans are uncertain about what to expect. One thing is for sure: Fox News Sunday anchor and moderator Chris Wallace will not be tasked with fact-checking the candidates in real-time.
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Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks: Live stream, how to watch, odds, time
Dak Prescott vs. Russell Wilson is one of the NFL's best quarterbacks matchups, and both passers could be in for big days.        
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Wildfire erupts in California's Napa County, emergency evacuations over 'dangerous rate of speed'
Mandatory evacuations were issued Sunday morning in areas of Northern California after a fast-moving wildfire erupted as the region braces for extreme fire conditions.
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NYC sheriff shuts down karaoke bar for COVID-19 violations
The sting marked the city's fourth in under a month against a karaoke bar for COVID-19 violations -- two more in Flushing, and another in Borough Park.
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Former National Security Advisor McMaster Says It’s ‘Irresponsible’ to Discuss Military’s Role in 2020 Election Transition
President Donald Trump has refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power if he loses the presidential election
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Cowboys' Aldon Smith fined more than $12G for hit on Rams' Jared Goff in NFL return
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Aldon Smith was fined $12,004 on Saturday for a big hit on Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff in his first game back since being suspended in 2015. 
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Suspect in custody after LAPD officer is attacked inside police station
A man was in custody Sunday after he allegedly took an officer's weapon and fired shots in an LAPD station in San Pedro, police said.
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Celebrities react to Trump selecting Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court
Celebrities are speaking out now that President Donald Trump has nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by the recent death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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Graham details timeline for Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court confirmation process starting Oct. 12
Democrats raising massive amounts of money amid the Senate's Supreme Court fight, Graham said.
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California requires correctional facilities to house transgender inmates based on gender identity
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law on Saturday a package of measures intended to strengthen protections for LGBTQ people, including one that requires the state's correctional system to house transgender, gender-nonconforming and intersex people by their gender identity.
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16 killed as fighting erupts between Armenia, Azerbaijan
YEREVAN, Armenia — Fighting erupted anew Sunday between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces over the disputed separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh and a top territorial official said 16 people were killed and more than 100 wounded, while Azerbaijan’s president said his military has suffered losses. Armenia also claimed that two Azerbaijani helicopters were shot down and three...
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NBC's Todd to GOP Senator: Are You Concerned 'The Party Looks Like a Bunch of Hypocrites?'
On Sunday's broadcast of NBC's "Meet the Press," moderator Chuck Todd asked Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) if he was "concerned" the Republican Party looked "like a bunch of hypocrites." 
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