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Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer on "The Takeout" — 10/30/20

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer joins Major to discuss her thoughts on the kidnapping plot against her and the upcoming 2020 election, on this week's episode of "The Takeout with Major Garrett."
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Herschel Walker denies paying for a girlfriend's abortion in 2009
The Daily Beast reports that he did. The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Georgia has been an adamant opponent of abortion rights, with no exceptions.
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'Wordle' #472 Clues, Hints and Answer for Tuesday, October 4 Puzzle
Find out everything you need to know about "Wordle" #472 including clues and the answer to today's mystery word.
As NATO Member, Finland Could Have Nuclear Weapons 600 Miles from Kremlin
NATO and Finnish officials told Newsweek it is unlikely, but possible, that Helsinki could help host the alliance's nuclear deterrent.
Dear Abby: Politics have torn my family apart
Dear Abby advises a woman whose family will no longer talk to her due to her husband's politics and a man who is dealing with unwanted visitors.
EU summons Russian ambassadors over illegal annexation of Ukrainian territories
Ukrainian forces retake more territory, military official says
• How Russia's advances stalled in Ukraine • New video of Russian recruits reveals reality on the frontlines
‘Creepy’: Four star signs shared by the world’s worst criminals
If you are one of these four star signs, you might just be a serial killer in the making.
Chris Cuomo returns to primetime news with first show, says he’s ‘learned lessons’
The disgraced journalist opened the show by reflecting his past scandal-ridden year that led him to the much smaller network.
Ukrainian pensioner who lost legs defies Russian occupation
More than half a century after gangrene claimed his legs up to his hips and all of his fingers, Hryhoriy Yanchenko joined the Ukrainian resistance to Russia's invasion.
Tony Gonsolin can't deliver playoff pitching confidence boost for Dodgers
Tony Gonsolin, pitching in his first game in more than a month, puts up an uneven performance for the Dodgers in a 2-1 loss to the Colorado Rockies.
North Korea fired a missile over Japan for the first time in five years. Here's what you need to know
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North Korea fired a missile over Japan for the first time in five years. Here's what you need to know
North Korea fired a ballistic missile without warning over Japan on Tuesday for the first time in five years, a highly provocative and reckless act that marks a significant escalation in its weapons testing program.
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Several dead after al-Shabab attack in Somalia
Officials and witnesses say at least 20 people are dead after two explosions targeted a local government headquarters in the capital of Somalia's Hiran region, which has been the epicentre of a recent mobilization against the fighters (Oct. 4)      
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Who is Brazil's socialist, ex-con candidate for president?
Lula won 48% in Brazil’s election despite convictions for corruption and accusations of being mastermind of a kickback and bribery scheme involving some of Brazil’s largest companies.
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Supreme Court on Tuesday to debate alleged racial gerrymandering in Alabama redistricting plan
The Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday on whether Alabama engaged in racial gerrymandering.
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Biden White House effort to spin 'Where's Jackie' gaffe raises media eyebrows: 'People were taken aback'
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre's poorly received effort to spin President Biden's
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I am a women's track and field champion. Here's why I continue to fight for the future of women's sports
I am a very competitive person and a former high school track and field champion. What's happening with biological males competing in women's sports matters to me.
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Memphis activist describes efforts to build relationship between police, community to decrease crime
A Memphis community leader shares how he's working to mend relationships between law enforcement and the community who have viewed police as the opposition.
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Kate Middleton successfully navigated royal life while Meghan Markle struggled for this reason, author says
Katie Nicholl, Vanity Fair’s royal correspondent and author, has written a new book titled, “The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown."
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TikTok addiction: Experts weigh in on the social media craze and what's behind the app's ‘massive' influence
Open Influence CEO Eric Dahan and author Celeste Headlee shared thoughts with Fox News Digital on why popular video-sharing app TikTok has people hooked — and its power over the consumer.
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The Voter Group Liz Truss Should Fear Most? Homeowners
The Conservative Party has always been the party of homeowners. They have reason to be less loyal these days. 
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Another court mulls Biden vaccine mandate for U.S. contractors
A federal appeals court hears arguments on whether President Biden overstepped his authority with an order that federal contractors require their employees be vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Putin Is Pushing Serbia and Bosnia to Back His Ukraine War
The Russian leader is pushing pan-Slavic unity to keep two Balkan states out of the EU and NATO.
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CEOs are preparing for a recession, and they don't think it will be short
Major CEOs aren't buying the notion that the US economy could have a soft landing following a series of historically large interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve to fight inflation.
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Max Mitchell out several weeks as Jets’ tackle nightmare continues
The Jets’ great tackle rotation will continue this week.
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Talking fetus in ‘Blonde’ adds to ‘antiabortion propaganda,’ critics say
Planned Parenthood said Netflix's "Blonde" biopic about Marilyn Monroe contributes to "antiabortion propaganda."
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Ecuador prison clash leaves at least 15 dead, 20 injured
A clash between inmates armed with guns and knives inside the Latacunga prison in central Ecuador on Monday left at least 15 people dead and 20 injured, authorities said.
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Kurt Suzuki reminisces about his MLB debut with A's as retirement looms
Angels catcher Kurt Suzuki is playing in the final games of his 16-year MLB career against the Oakland Athletics, the team that drafted him in 2004.
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Conjuring Profits Out of Thin Air Can Make Capital Disappear
Remember WeWork’s community-adjusted ebitda? The end of the free money era should also mark the end of the adjusted profit free-for-all.
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Russian court sets Brittney Griner appeal date for Oct. 25
A Russian court on Monday set Oct. 25 as the date for American basketball star Brittney Griner’s appeal against her nine-year prison sentence for drug possession.
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How Kim Jong Un Keeps Advancing His Nuclear Program
While U.S. President Joe Biden has left the door open for discussions on eliminating North Korea’s nuclear weapons, leader Kim Jong Un has shown no interest in picking up again. 
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Kawhi Leonard's return and John Wall's debut provides enduring moment for Clippers
Kawhi Leonard made his long-awaited return to competitive play and John Wall made his anticipated debut for the Clippers against the Trail Blazers.
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National Guard brings supplies to islands cut off from Florida after Hurricane Ian
Pine Island's only bridge to the mainland was destroyed by Hurricane Ian, and residents are effectively stuck. The Florida National Guard is flying in supplies by helicopter.
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Rams left reeling as regular-season slide against 49ers continues in loss
Matthew Stafford is sacked seven times and is unable to find the end zone as the Rams suffer their seventh consecutive regular-season loss to the 49ers.
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US says it's helping Iranians navigate a massive internet blackout. Some fear it's not enough
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Herschel Walker denies report that he paid for girlfriend’s abortion
Walker’s denial came after the Daily Beast published a detailed account from an unnamed former girlfriend who said Walker encouraged her to have an abortion after she became pregnant while they were dating.
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Judge blocks Philadelphia's ban on guns in city recreation facilities
A judge blocked the city of Philadelphia on Monday from enforcing a recent ban on firearms in recreation facilities after a gun rights lobbying group argued state law stipulates gun regulations can only be created on a state level, not by local jurisdictions.
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Talanoa Hufanga provides nightmare fuel for Rams with game-changing pick-six
Former USC standout Talanoa Hufanga's interception return in the fourth quarter all but sealed the San Francisco 49ers' win over the Rams.
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Hernández: Sean McVay's once-formidable offense has transformed into a predictable mess
Sean McVay's reputation as an offensive genius has been on the ropes this season with Matthew Stafford and the Rams struggling. Can McVay turn it around?
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GREG GUTFELD: I were a biological woman I would call this stolen valor
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld weighs in on a teacher at Oakville Trafalgar High School in Ontario, Canada who wears giant prosthetic breasts to class.
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Truss’s U-Turn Is Welcome, But It’s Only a First Step
Investors need to see signs of prudence from the UK’s new government. Reversing a misguided tax plan is a good start.
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What to watch on Tuesday: Hasan Minhaj stand-up special airs on Netflix
Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022 | “Making Black America: Through the Grapevine” premieres on PBS.
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Darvin Ham and Lakers taking a more serious approach to preseason
Darvin Ham doesn't revel too much in his Lakers preseason coaching debut as LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook all see playing time in opener.
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Miguel Castro returns to provide relief for decimated Yankees bullpen
Miguel Castro came off the injured list on Monday, giving the Yankees a much-needed healthy arm.
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Freight train kills pedestrian south of downtown L.A., officials say
The crash occurred shortly before 8 p.m. on South Santa Fe Avenue near East Washington Boulevard, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.
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Birthday boy slammed by neighbor in ruthless letter
The letter’s author dedicated part of the page to the parents of the 21-year-old, sarcastically congratulating them on the type of person they raised.
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USA Curling 'reviewing' report detailing current CEO's involvement in systemic abuse in NWSL
USA Curling is reviewing a report that its CEO ignored and helped hide "pervasive" and "systemic" abusive behavior and sexual misconduct in the NWSL.      
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Four alleged looters charged in Florida following Hurricane Ian
Three men and one woman was arrested on charges of burglary of an unoccupied structure during a state of emergency, jails records indicate.
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