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Mets’ resiliency not enough in crushing loss to Cardinals

The Mets aren’t going down without a fight, but that alone wasn’t enough on Tuesday night.
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Chargers' Brandon Staley on taunting penalties: 'It’s tough on these players'
Los Angeles Chargers head coach Brandon Staley understands the league’s motivation behind enforcing the taunting rule, but knows the challenge players face trying to avoid unnecessary penalties.
Live updates: Washington Football Team hosts the Chiefs
Washington looks for its first win over Kansas City since 1983. Follow along for live updates.
Arkansas homeless man returns to pay for Little Debbie snack he took during robbery
A homeless man returned to a gas station in Little Rock, Arkansas, to pay for a Little Debbie cake he was told to take after walking in on a robbery in progress last week, according to a local report.
Raiders vs. Broncos odds, prediction: It’s OK to take Las Vegas
Dave Tuley, senior reporter at, is in his fourth season with The Post’s Bettor’s Guide. His handicapping pieces appear in VSiN’s online magazine, Point Spread Weekly. Las Vegas Raiders (+3.5) over DENVER BRONCOS The advance line last week for this game was Broncos -2.5. After both teams lost last Sunday, it reopened at Broncos...
Who is Rich Bisaccia, the Raiders coach replacing Jon Gruden?
The Raiders' game against the Broncos on Sunday will mark Bisaccia's first game ever as a head coach in his 38th season coaching football.
Jon Stewart on US: 'I still believe that this is an experiment worth having'
Comedian Jon Stewart tells CNN's Jake Tapper that he believes that "fair-minded people working together can make incremental progress over time."
Stelter shares chilling threats from man angered by election reporting
CNN's Brian Stelter discusses learning how he and his family were the target of a "serial harasser" who was angered by CNN's reporting on the 2020 election and how he hopes this case will help tamp down on threats towards journalists.
Traffic Lights Built Into the Floor for Smartphone Users Divides Internet
The innovative traffic lights were trialed in South Korea in 2019 as a way to combat rising rates of distracted pedestrians who forget to look away from their cell phones before crossing.
Jill Biden boosts group that helps illegal immigrants avoid arrest amid border crisis
First lady Jill Biden touted a private school run by a Democratic donor that has posted tips on how illegal immigrants can avoid arrest while in the U.S.
Ole Miss' Lane Kiffin fires off message after incident with Tennessee fans
Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin had a few hours to collect his thoughts after a win in a raucous atmosphere against Tennessee and fired off a tweet referencing the items that were thrown at him.
Ted Cruz Praises Delta Air Lines For Not Imposing Federal Vaccine Mandate
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said: "Bravo to Delta for having the courage to say no to the federal vaccine mandate."
Last Look: Germany's steady politics
Fareed on why Germany's political parties have left behind the immigration-driven politics of old as veteran Chancellor Angela Merkel leaves power.
Disgraced lawyer Alex Murdaugh booked in South Carolina jail
The lawyer is accused of collecting $4 million on a life insurance policy for his former maid, Gloria Satterfield, that should have gone to his sons after she died in 2018.
Republican Adam Kinzinger Warns 1/6 Committee Subpoena for Trump Would Become 'a Circus'
"That's not necessarily something we want to do up front…but if he has pieces of information we need, we certainly will," said the Illinois lawmaker.
'That Was Probably the Flag They Hit Me With': Officer Slams Use of 1/6 Flag at GOP Rally
Capitol Police Sergeant Aquilino Gonell said that pledging allegiance to a flag that was carried during the January 6 insurrection is a "total disgrace."
The REAL reason the US supply chain is backed up
Washington Post global economics correspondent David Lynch explains why the US supply chain is so backed up and says the "original sin" that kicked off this crisis was a change in American consumption habits during the pandemic.
'Halloween Kills' slays at the box office
Michael Myers made a killing at the box office, even though he was also streaming.
Britney Spears rides motorcycles with Sam Asghari after putting family on blast
The engaged couple seemed to be having a blast Saturday night as they rode around the singer's Thousand Oaks, Calif., home on separate motorcycles.
What's on TV This Week: 'Succession,' 'The Bachelorette,' NBA Basketball and more
TV highlights for Oct. 17-23 include the sci-fi epic 'Dune,' a new cycle of 'The Bachelorette' and the return of HBO's Emmy-winning drama 'Succession.
Why neither party has a sustainable political majority
Now, there is talk of Democrats potentially being locked out of a Senate majority for a time to come because of trends in the electorate. I am skeptical of this -- at least over the long term... leaving this to be a 50/50 country on average.
Corey Anderson makes his case for world's best after Bellator 268: ‘I already know’
After Bellator 268, Corey Anderson made his case as to why he thinks he's the best 205-pound fighter in the world today.       Related StoriesCorey Anderson makes his case for world's best after Bellator 268: ‘I already know’ - EnclosureScott Coker: Bellator light heavyweight grand prix winner will be 'best 205er on the planet' - EnclosureScott Coker: Bellator light heavyweight grand prix winner will be 'best 205er on the planet, period'
Save more than $550 off this Grade-A Refurbished Apple MacBook Pro
Get the celebrated Apple MacBook Pro for a much lower price than usual with this outstanding deal.
Two angles NFL bettors must consider in Browns vs. Cardinals
Two of VSIN’s NFL experts offer their predictions for a total and a side in Sunday’s showdown in Cleveland between the Browns and Cardinals. Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury will miss the game after testing positive for COVID, and RB Nick Chubb (calf) is out for Cleveland. Burke: The Browns appear to be chameleons this season,...
Opinion: How LSU shut up Kirk Herbstreit behind a new motto
Among Ed Orgeron and LSU football's many critics this season has been the man who wields college football's loudest megaphone: Kirk Herbstreit.
Chiefs' Joe Thuney played with broken hand last week, plans to do it again: report
Two-time Super Bowl champion Joe Thuney isn’t about to let Patrick Mahomes down.
Woman Kills Man for Refusing to Kiss Her, Kissing His Girlfriend Instead: Prosecutors
Claudia Resendiz-Flores allegedly pulled her friend's own gun on him when he did not kiss her while they were hanging out.
How to protect your kids from dangers of social media, according to a Gen-Zer
NYU student Rikki Schlott warns parents of the dangers of social media and shares tips to protecting tweens and teens.
Bill Clinton released from hospital in Southern California
Former President Bill Clinton was released Sunday from the Southern California hospital where he had been admitted days earlier for an infection.
On GPS: How the US enables corruption
In the wake of the "Pandora Papers" investigation, author Sarah Chayes lays out America's role in facilitating corrupt financial schemes.
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Woman Leaves Note With Store Cashier Saying She's Afraid of Man She's With
South Carolina authorities issued an appeal for information on social media after the woman left a supermarket with the man.
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Former President Bill Clinton released from the hospital
Clinton, 75, had been hospitalized at the UC Irvine Medical Center since Tuesday for a "non-COVID-related infection."
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Viral Illusion Dress Appears to 'Cut Body in Half' in Confusing Video
The dress has sold out in every size since a video of the dress cinching in an influencer's waist an unbelievable amount went viral last week.
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Terrifying video shows ‘America’s Got Talent’ star crushed in stunt-gone-wrong
Terrifying video shows the moment an "America's Got Talent: Extreme" stuntman Jonathan Goodwin was smashed by two cars while filming a scene on the show's set.
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2021-22 NBA Western Conference team-by-team preview capsules
A look at the teams in the Western Conference as the NBA celebrates its 75th season. Who will represent the West in the NBA Finals?       
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Allison Williams out at ESPN over vaccine mandate
Effective next week, Williams said, she will be "separated from the company."
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Pork is already super expensive. This new animal-welfare law could push prices higher
Pork, much like everything else these days, has gotten more expensive due in part to the supply chain issues and inflationary pressures spurred by the pandemic.
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On GPS: What is behind the US labor shortage?
The Washington Post's Heather Long and Fareed parse out the reasons why US employers are having trouble hiring even as the economy recovers from Covid.
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On GPS: Poland's clash with the European Union
Anne Applebaum on why the Polish Constitutional Tribunal's recent ruling threatens the rule of law in the country as well as its standing in the EU.
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Fauci: People 'react against me' when 'truth becomes inconvenient'
Dr. Anthony Fauci has argued that he is an easy target during the coronavirus pandemic because he stands for "science, data and hard facts" rather than "conspiracy theories." 
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Tuberculosis deaths are rising again — and covid is to blame
The pandemic is squeezing out or putting immense pressure on health care around the world.
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How Democrats Should Sell Themselves to Avoid Electoral Disaster
Sampling the responses to Ezra Klein's column. Also: Children who've lost caregivers to Covid; an exercise ethic.
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Bill Clinton released from hospital after being treated for infection
Former President Bill Clinton was released from a California hospital on Sunday after undergoing treatment for ​a urological infection unrelated to COVID-19.
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Bernie Sanders, Pramila Jayapal Insist There's No Divide Between Progressives, Moderates
"When you've got 48 people who want to do something and two who don't," then "it is not a 50-50 compromise," the Vermont senator said.
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Allison Williams leaving ESPN over COVID vaccine mandate
ESPN college football sideline reporter Allison Williams said Friday night she is leaving the company over a coronavirus vaccine mandate issued for all Disney employees.
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Buttigieg warns some supply chain problems will persist into 2022
The Transportation secretary said the administration is limited in some aspects in how it can intervene.
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Fareed's Take: Iraq's promising elections
Fareed gives his take on the remarkable resilience of Iraq's young democratic institutions and what American politicians can learn from them.
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Former president Bill Clinton discharged from hospital after treatment for infection
Clinton had been admitted to UC Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday for sepsis, an aide said.
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