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Mayorkas admits 'tragic rise' of delta variant at US-Mexico border 'surprised' him

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas conceded Monday that the surge of the delta variant at the border took him by surprise.
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State Department tells congressional staffers it’s in contact with 368 Americans left in Afghanistan
The Department said that 178 individuals of the 368 would like to leave Afghanistan, CNN first reported and a congressional staffer confirmed to The Post on Friday.
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Fauci Says If He Had to Pick 'Worst Time' for an Outbreak It Would Be Now
The infectious diseases expert criticized the spreading of misinformation and said people equate the opinions of people on Facebook with those of Nobel laureates.
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Hollywood's tragic history of on-set accidents
Hollywood is the land of make believe, but the very real specter of death can hover over television and movie sets.
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Peter Scolari, Tom Hanks’ pal and ‘Bosom Buddies’ co-star, dead at 66
The prolific TV, film and stage actor died on Friday morning after a two-year battle with cancer.
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Walmart shoppers can buy bitcoin at kiosks in some stores
Cryptocurrency becoming more mainstream as largest U.S. retailer hosts Coinstar machines in 200 locations.
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Sexpert reveals the most common mistakes couples make in bed
It’s easy to fall into a rut after months or years of being together, but in order to keep the flame alive, couples should strive to mix things up. But don’t be too hard on yourself if your sex life has dwindled, because there are some pretty common mistakes many couples make, and they could...
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Oklahoma State approves perpetual five-year contract for football coach Mike Gundy
Oklahoma State's board of regents approved a new agreement that would keep Mike Gundy on a perpetual five-year contract, the school announced Friday.       
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A 10-year-old girl arrested at school over a drawing was the only student disciplined because she is Black, mom and attorney say
A 10-year-old Black girl who was arrested at a school in Hawaii over a drawing was the only Black student involved in the incident and the only one disciplined, the girl's family and their attorney said.
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CDC Doesn't Plan to Change Mask Recommendations as Transmission Remains High Across U.S.
"It's important to note that as we look at the current situation, we are also heading into respiratory virus season," said CDC Director Rochelle Walensky.
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DHS pays over $455k to build ‘security fencing’ around Biden’s beach home
The Department of Homeland Security is doling out $455,000 to a Delaware construction company for a fence around President Biden’s “Summer White House.”
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Supreme Court Again Refuses to Block Texas Abortion Law
But the court said it would hear arguments on Nov. 1 on challenges to the law from the Biden administration and abortion providers in the state.
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Larry Kudlow: 'Big snoop’ is the worst of a 'million bad ideas' by Democrats
FOX Business host Larry Kudlow told “America's Newsroom” on Friday that the Democrats’ threshold for the IRS bank-monitoring plan getting raised to $10,000 is a “terrible idea.”
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Man Punches 11-Year-Old Girl in Face at NYC Park: Police
"The individual began to spray water at the victim and proceeded to try and attack her," police said, adding the man punched the girl when she fought back.
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Original ‘The View’ Co-Host Debbie Matenopoulos Recalls Joining At 22: “Sitting Next to Barbara Walters, Who Wouldn’t Be Stressed?
Matenopoulos also recalled being skewered by SNL.
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The rise, fall, and return of Steve Bannon
Exiled from Trump's orbit after only half a year in the White House, Steve Bannon is back, a leading voice rejecting the 2020 election and the Jan6 probe.
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Some African elephants are evolving to have no tusks. Is it from years of poaching?
Female elephants in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park have been born tuskless, and scientists say it's an evolutionary result of brutal poaching.      
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Peter Scolari, 'Bosom Buddies' and 'Newhart' star, has died
Peter Scolari, a veteran actor who rose to fame alongside Tom Hanks on "Bosom Buddies," died Friday morning.
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Millions more Californians are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine booster
Eligible recipients will be able to book appointments for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine booster shots as soon as Friday.
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Astrobrite, ‘Booster’: The Week In One Song
More booster shots on the way.
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What are ultimate shields and why do they fail? All your 'Dune' burning questions, answered
Denis Villeneuve and Rebecca Ferguson answer big "Dune" questions, including Baron Harkonnen's secret power and how those ultimate shields work.       
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Supreme Court to take up Texas abortion law
The Supreme Court will take up the Texas abortion law and could definitively resolve the fate of its six-week ban and unprecedented enforcement mechanism.
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READ: Supreme Court's order on Texas abortion law and Sotomayor dissent
The Supreme Court allowed a Texas law that bars most abortions after six weeks to remain in place for now.
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Supreme Court leaves Texas abortion ban in place, agrees to take up over law
The court will hear oral arguments November 1.
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SPAC backing Trump Media surges more than 1,200%
The former president's social media venture is creating a trading frenzy. But the company has no financial results yet.
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Brain fog in Covid patients can persist for months even among unhospitalized: study
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Images of Galactic Clusters Reveal Early Galaxies Underwent Periods of Violent Star Formation
The Hubble telescope has found that star formation happens in sudden bursts giving clues about the Universe's bumpy start.
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Trump’s new social media SPAC is soaring. Also, what is a SPAC?
So-called “blank-check” companies have skyrocketed in popularity in recent years, but they’ve also drawn regulatory scrutiny and the ire of scorned investors.
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What is a prop gun? This film industry firearms expert explains
Film crew member Halyna Hutchins was killed after actor Alec Baldwin discharged a prop gun on the set of the movie "Rust" in New Mexico. Ben Simmons, a fire arms instructor for actors, explains what prop guns are.
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Mammoth Mountain to open two weeks early thanks to October snow
Mammoth Mountain will open Halloween weekend, following a storm that is expected to dump up to two 2 feet of snow in the area next week.
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SCOTUS to Hear Arguments on Texas Abortion Ban November 1, Declines for Now to Block Law
The decision from the Supreme Court leaves the Texas law in place for the time being, prohibiting abortions in the state once cardiac activity can be detected.
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Internet Backs Worker Who Quit After Boss Threatened Them With Health Insurance
After quitting their job the worker claimed: "I may not have health insurance, but I feel so free!"
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Tammy Bruce slams Biden's 'shocking' CNN town hall: 'Its as though he doesn't know he's president'
Tammy Bruce sounded off on President Biden for his "shocking" comments during the CNN town hall. On "The Faulkner Focus," she noted that he seems to be an "observer" of issues in America rather than taking action to improve ongoing problems live rising gas prices.
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Supreme Court refuses again to block Texas abortion law
The Biden administration sued Texas for violating the constitutional rights of pregnant women
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Sen. Dan Sullivan says Taiwan is 'frontline of tyranny vs. freedom,' calls Biden's actions 'weak'
Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, said Friday that Taiwan is the 'frontline of tyranny versus freedom,' and said President Biden's actions, regarding his proposed military defense budget, were 'weak.'
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Virginia chooses a new governor in less than two weeks
Election day is fast approaching and it looks like it will be an uphill battle for both sides to win the Virginia governor's seat. Voters will choose between former governor Terry McAuliffe and businessman Glenn Youngkin. A recent CBS News poll shows the candidates running neck and neck. CBS News Senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports and Virginia Public Radio reporter Michael Pope joins CBSN to discuss this closely watched race.
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This portable home fitness studio ensures you’ll reach your fitness goals
A gym system that's portable? Yes, please!
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Supercharge your Nintendo Switch OLED, Switch or Switch Lite with these accessories
The Nintendo Switch lineup is bigger and better than ever. The brand new Switch OLED is now available, joining the standard Switch and the smaller Switch Lite. There truly is a Switch for every type of gamer now. With the Switch sure to be on many holiday gift lists this year, don't forget about accessories that improve the experience or add protection. For example, a screen protector is one of the first accessories any Switch owner should have.
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Restaurateurs across U.S. beg to extend outdoor dining
Appetites for indoor dining wane amid Delta variant, while outdoor seating becomes less palatable as temps drop.
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Editorial: Nominate a Californian: Who most deserves a statue in the U.S. Capitol?
California is a state full of great thinkers, creators and contributors to the story of the state and the history of the world.
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Round out any cutlery set with a 6-piece Ronco knife set
Ronco's 6-Piece Knife Set is a full kitchen upgrade that'll have you chopping and dicing like a pro.
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Do McAuliffe supporters believe parents should have a say in what schools teach?
Supporters of Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe tell Fox News what role they think parents should play in deciding what children are taught.
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California Ski Resort Expecting Enough Snow Over Weekend That It's Opening 2 Weeks Early
Despite drought warnings, the Mammoth Ski Resort is able to open next weekend, two weeks earlier than its usual opening.
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Supreme Court agrees to hear 2 challenges to Texas abortion law
The Supreme Court has agreed to expedite and hear two challenges to Texas' new anti-abortion law, which effectively bans most abortions after six weeks.
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Boy left brain-damaged as tonsillitis turns out to be rare epilepsy with 24-hour seizures
A 3-year-old boy named Reggie was left with severe brain-damage after his "tonsillitis" turned out to be a super-rare epilepsy that caused him to suffer 24-hour seizures.
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The 16 best realistic-looking artificial Christmas trees of 2021
Because an artificial pine is just fine this season.
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Nate Diaz shifts focus to Tony Ferguson with cryptic Twitter callout
Nate Diaz is moving on from a possible fight against Vicente Luque and now wants a piece of Tony Ferguson.       Related StoriesNate Diaz shifts focus to Tony Ferguson with cryptic Twitter callout - EnclosureVideo: Paulo Costa, Marvin Vettori make weight for revised UFC Fight Night 196 main event - EnclosureVideo: Paulo Costa, Marvin Vettori make weight for revised UFC Fight Night 196 main event 
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US counterintelligence officials warn of threats from China, Russia to emerging technology
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center on Friday said it is prioritizing industry outreach efforts in U.S. technology sectors where the stakes are “potentially greatest” for U.S. economic and national security, warning of “nation-state threats” posed by China and Russia.
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Brain fog in Covid-19 patients can persist for months, even in those who were not hospitalized, study finds
Cognitive impairment -- described as brain fog -- can persist for months in Covid-19 patients, even for some who were not hospitalized, according to a new study.
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