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Nets still figuring out how to ‘make this work’ with Kyrie Irving

Kyrie Irving not only didn’t play Monday against the 76ers, but didn’t even travel with the Nets despite it being his last chance to play before their season opener in Milwaukee.
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Conservative pundit Dan Bongino threatens to quit radio giant over vaccination mandate
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NYPD cops facing discipline over BLM protests nearly doubles; dozens off the hook
The Civilian Complain Review Board has recommended charges against 26 more police officers — bringing the tally to 65 facing punishment.
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Illinois man pleads guilty to funding Brooklyn residents’ trips to Syria to join ISIS, al-Nusra Front
An Uzbekistan-born Illinois man pleaded guilty Thursday to helping fund overseas trips for people joining the Islamic State (ISIS) and al-Nusra Front (ANF).
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Derek Chauvin's New Lawyer From Firm That Represented Group Who Challenged Biden's 2020 Win
One lawyer from the group challenged the election in Wisconsin, claiming that there were "integrity issues."
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Live updates: Bills face the Titans on ‘Monday Night Football’
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Committee investigating January 6 releases criminal contempt report detailing how Steve Bannon evaded subpoena
The committee investigating the January 6 Capitol Hill riot has released the contempt report on President Donald Trump's ally Steve Bannon, a document that outlines the efforts the committee took to get Bannon to comply with its subpoena -- and the failure by him to do so.
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Trump grilled for over four hours in Tower protesters’ lawsuit
Donald Trump was questioned for over four hours in a video deposition in the lawsuit alleging that his staff assaulted protesters outside of Trump Tower in 2015.
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Aidan Quinn pivots from Teddy Roosevelt to 500th episode of ‘SVU’
Teddy Roosevelt was known for so many indelible traits — including his toothy smile. So Aidan Quinn, who plays him in “The American Guest,” made Roosevelt’s choppers a priority when getting into character for the HBO Max series, shot on location in Brazil and in the Amazon jungle. “One of the first things I was...
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Edie Falco says ‘Sopranos’ co-star James Gandolfini was her ‘real soul mate’
"I remember, when we got picked up for the second season, he said to me, 'Yeah, well, I just have no idea what the hell we did, but we've got to try to do it again.' And I said, 'I hear you. I don't know. We'll figure something out.'" 
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SEC GameStop report debunks conspiracies, backs commission chief's plan
Wall Street's top regulator has issued its report on the extraordinary episode that saw retail traders taking on hedge funds, sending shares of GameStop and other meme stocks into the stratosphere.
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Supreme Court reaffirms police protection by qualified immunity, a legal doctrine targeted in protests
The court’s rulings in favor of police in two cases suggest new political battles to come over the doctrine, advocates said
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CNN 10 - October 19, 2021
October 19, 2021
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Americans remember Colin Powell, China's space program advances, a company develops an electric flying taxi, and pro artists carve an amazing pumpkin display.
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Anti-Mandate Lawsuits Decry 'Satanic Ritual,' Forced Political Speech, Illegal Medical Practice
Vaccine mandates have generally survived a first wave of lawsuits, but the number of new legal challenges is soaring.
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Fantasy football stock watch: Kirk Cousins, Leonard Fournette back on upswing
Leonard Fournette doing it all once again as Buccaneers offense is clicking on all cylinders; Vikings' passing game explodes vs. Carolina.       
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Inside an abandoned asylum where electroshock therapy hell still haunts the halls
In this abandoned asylum, the hellish memories are hard to escape — since they're all around you.
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The top issues for NYC’s next mayor ahead of the candidates’ first debate
When mayoral candidates Eric Adams and Curtis Sliwa face off in their first debate Wednesday, the pair will confront issues ranging from soaring subway crime to the fate of the schools’ gifted-and-talented program. Adams, a Democrat, is the heavy favorite to win the Nov. 2 general election, given his party’s 7-to-1 voter-registration advantage across the...
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Coliseum officials looking for ways to host high school sporting events
Manual Arts-Jefferson, Pasadena Poly-La Canada to play football on Thursday at Coliseum, whose officials would like to play host to more high school sporting events.
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Congresswoman calls for emergency declaration over foul odor in Carson
The smell in Carson linked to the Dominguez Channel is an emergency, Rep. Nanette Barragán says.
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NHL suspends Evander Kane 21 games for violating COVID protocols
The NHL announced Monday night that Kane has been suspended for 21 games without pay after violating the league’s COVID-19 protocols.
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Four things you didn't know about Colin Powell
The White House said Monday the nation's flag would be flown at half-staff in honor of Powell at American embassies abroad and on public and military grounds until sunset Friday.
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De Blasio’s final days are proving disastrous for NYC schools
As the clock ticks down on Mayor Bill de Blasio, his Department of Education is falling apart.
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Families of Parkland victims reach a $25 million settlement with the school district
The families of the 17 people killed and others affected by the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High had filed suit against the Broward County school district, accusing it of negligence.
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U.S. envoy to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad resigns
He told Secretary of State Antony Blinken it was the "right time" to leave.
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House GOP plans to attack Biden agenda as ‘welfare expansion’
Republican members of the House Ways and Means Committee will launch a campaign next week attacking President Biden's $3.5 trillion social spending plan.
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Harambe statue pops up on Wall Street opposite the Charging Bull sculpture
A 7-foot statue of Harambe, the gorilla shot to death at the Cincinnati zoo in 2016, was erected on Wall Street Monday directly across from the famous "Charging Bull" sculpture.
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Kanye West dons creepy prosthetic Caucasian mask for cab ride from JFK
It's the second time in as many days Ye has been spotted wearing a face covering of this, uh, caliber, being snapped in a pale greenish-blue mask Sunday in Venice, Italy.
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RJ Barrett’s ‘crazy goals’ could be Knicks’ difference-maker
If the Knicks want to make their leap, RJ Barrett will have to make his, too.
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Sean Penn seen without wedding ring one day after wife Leila George files for divorce
The actor, 61, looked downcast when he was spotted on Saturday at a private home dressed to the nines in a tux sans his wedding band. The outing comes one day after his third wife, actress Leila George, 29, filed for divorce from the “Gangster Squad” performer a year after telling him “I do.”
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Fantasy football: It’s important to manage your Zach Ertz expectations
In another world, in another time, way back in 2019, Zach Ertz was fantasy relevant.
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Democrats are developing a replacement for cornerstone climate measure in sweeping economic package
Sen. Tina Smith told CNN that Manchin "made it clear" he doesn't support the clean energy program, and lawmakers are working to develop options to replace it.
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WATCH: Large waterspout spins off coast of Cuba
Cubans marveled at a large waterspout spinning off the coast of Cienfuegos over the weekend. No damage was reported.
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With NY’s new needle law, Gotham is about to get a whole lot worse
For a brief period of political sanity, everyone in New York seemed to understand that the basic premise of “broken windows” policing was essential to the city’s survival. Enforcing the law against behavior that contributed to the impression that Gotham was a lawless place where people could not live in safety was essential to the historic...
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The two legacies of Colin Powell
There are two important ways to consider Colin Powell upon his death from complications of Covid-19 despite being fully vaccinated.
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NYPD cop at the center of fatal love triangle quietly arraigned by AG
The New York Attorney General has filed murder charges against NYPD Officer Yvonne Wu over the shooting death of her ex-girlfriend's new lover, officials said.
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Colin Powell dies of coronavirus complications
Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell has died of complications from COVID-19 and cancer. He was 84 years old. David Martin looks back on Powell’s life and legacy.
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WATCH: Volcanic activity continues on La Palma
Volcanic activity of fiery lava and ash continued on La Palma in the Canary Islands, as lava flow threatened the town of La Laguna, officials said.
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Manon Fiorot not happy she couldn't finish Mayra Bueno Silva at UFC Fight Night 195
Take a look inside Manon Fiorot's win over Mayra Bueno Silva at UFC Fight Night 195 in Las Vegas.      Related StoriesDanaa Batgerel calls out Frankie Edgar after first-round KO at UFC Fight Night 195Ariane Carnelossi calls out Felice Herrig after UFC Fight Night 195UFC Fight Night 196: Make your predictions for Paulo Costa vs. Marvin Vettori 
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Democrats Are Courting Manchin on Their Agenda. Here’s What He Wants.
The West Virginia Democrat could decide the fate of President Biden’s top legislative priority, and he has not been shy about outlining the kinds of changes he wants to see.
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Watters on Biden violating DC mask mandate: US is confused about COVID rules 'because he's confused'
President Biden's violation of the District of Columbia mask mandate feeds confusion over coronavirus orders, 'The Five' host Jesse Watters said.
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Jets making ‘subtle’ changes in hope of fixing slow-start problem
As the Jets return to work after their bye week, it is first things first — as in the first quarter.
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Family of Elijah McClain reaches settlement with Aurora, Colorado
The court is now discussing how the settlement will be allocated between McClain's parents.
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WATCH: Sunlight illuminates landscape in Virginia
Beams of sunlight illuminated the colorful autumn landscape, creating a peaceful scene in Lebanon, Virginia.
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'Judge Judy' bailiff claims he's not bitter over 'Judy Justice' snub
Petri Hawkins Byrd, the only bailiff the iconic "Judge Judy" show has ever known, is speaking out about his disappointment in not being invited to participate on Judy Sheindlin's new show, "Judy Justice." He's now focused on acting, which has included a guest role on "The Bold and the Beautiful." (Oct. 18)      
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Browns' Kareem Hunt expected to miss several weeks with calf injury
Kareem Hunt will be sidelined for the immediate future.
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'The Bachelorette' contestants: Meet the 30 men vying for Michelle Young's rose
"The Bachelorette" is back – again. Michelle Young's season marks the second time this year a former "Bachelor" contestant gets another shot at love.      
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Anderson Cooper shares his favorite musician
Anderson Cooper takes viewers' questions on his favorite musicians and what he does to relax. Watch Anderson Cooper Full Circle on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6pm E.T.
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Biden's Paid Leave Plan at Risk as Lawmakers Seek Cuts
An initial proposal to offer workers 12 weeks of paid leave could be whittled down as Democrats try to trim their $3.5 trillion social policy bill.
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