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Newsom: Republicans Are Trying to 'Dismantle Democracy'

Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) said Tuesday on MSNBC's "Deadline" that the Republicans were trying to "dismantle democracy" with claims of election fraud.
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COVID-19 side effects could include memory loss, brain fog, researchers find
Memory loss and "brain fog" may be long-term side effects of COVID-19, according to researchers. 
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Man pleads guilty to supplying Mac Miller with fentanyl-laced pills
A Los Angeles man whom prosecutors say indirectly supplied Mac Miller with fentanyl-laced oxycodone pills that killed the rapper in 2018 has pleaded guilty, according to a report.
Biden nominates first female FCC chair
President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday that he's nominating Jessica Rosenworcel to lead the Federal Communications Commission, which would make her the first woman to serve in the role if she's confirmed by the Senate.
Sullivan says G20 leaders will 'understand' domestic politics if Biden agenda has not passed
National security adviser Jake Sullivan said foreign leaders participating in the G20 summit will "understand" if President Biden has not reached a deal with Congress on his agenda before his trip.
‘Halloween’ icon Michael Myers brags killer ‘work ethic’ makes him the GOAT
Becoming Hollywood's most prolific slasher villain might seem like a difficult feat, however one TikTok wit attributes the success of "Halloween" franchise face Michael Myer's to one trait - work ethic.
TikTok exec tells US lawmakers service doesn’t share data with Chinese government
An executive at social media app TikTok, owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, denied during a US congressional hearing on Tuesday that it has given information to the Chinese government and said that it has taken steps to safeguard US data. Senator Marsha Blackburn, the top Republican on the Senate Commerce Committee subcommittee that held the hearing,...
The Majority of Americans Are Concerned About Climate, New AP-NORC/EPIC Poll Finds
Biden heads to a vital U.N. summit at a time when a majority of Americans regard the deteriorating climate as a problem
Prosecutors Can't Call Two Men Kyle Rittenhouse Fatally Shot 'Victims' During Trial: Judge
Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder ruled Monday that Rittenhouse's attorneys can describe the men killed as "rioters" or "looters" if they can produce the evidence.
Marjorie Taylor Greene says Jan. 6 riot was in line with the Declaration of Independence
It's easy to dismiss this as the rantings of a fringe member. But these things have demonstrated a tendency to catch on.
Floyd Mayweather refuses photo with boy because of his painted nails
However, Mayweather's representative strongly denied allegations of homophobia, saying the ex-boxer was simply in a hurry.
'It's absolutely getting worse': Secretaries of state targeted by Trump election lies live in fear for their safety and are desperate for protection
"I am a hunter -- and I think you should be hunted," a woman can be heard saying in a voicemail left for Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs in September. "You will never be safe in Arizona again."
Queen Elizabeth 'regretfully' cancels second major appearance under doctors' orders to rest
For the second time in a week, Queen Elizabeth II canceled an in-person appearance. She won't be going to Glasgow for COP26, the palace says.
Josh Flagg claimed in 2019 he put a cigarette in Sonja Morgan’s vagina
"I mean literally I stuck a cigarette up her vagina," Josh Flagg of "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles" recalled in a 2019 vlog that features Morgan.
New York City police union sues city over COVID vaccine mandate
The union is asking the court to halt the vaccine mandate ahead of Friday's deadline.
2 Trump-Era Rules Brought On By a Frog and Limiting Habitat Protections to Be Dropped
Goal: Bring the law "back into alignment with its original intent and purpose—protecting and recovering America's biological heritage for future generations."
The risks Americans face in traveling to China
Given China's recent arrests of foreigners in the midst of diplomatic spats, two former US State Department officials warn some Americans may want to think twice before traveling there
'Black Virginians for Youngkin' coalition member explains support for Republican
A member of the Black Virginians for Glenn Youngkin coalition told Fox News why she believes members of her group are supporting the Republican candidate in Virginia's gubernatorial race.
Teen gang member arrested for shooting near NYC high school: cops
The alleged teen gunman had on him a black and silver semi-automatic 9mm Glock 48 when he was arrested his third arrest in eight months.
HBO Renews ‘Succession’ for Season 4
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Facebook Delayed Action as Anti-Vaccine Comments Swarmed Users, Watchdog Group Says
Facebook shelved some suggestions from the internal study, while other changes were made in April
What does Kyrsten Sinema want out of spending negotiations? Here's what we know
The Arizona Democratic senator has been hard to pin down, but her moderate stance is forcing progressives in her party to make concessions.
Sen. Coons condemns left-wing harassment of Sen. Sinema: 'not at all' appropriate
Coons caught up with Fox News in a Tuesday phone interview where he discussed President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda as well as the multitrillion-dollar proposals going through Congress.
Witnesses describe panic after Idaho mall shooting
Idaho police say they exchanged gunfire with a suspect during a shooting at a shopping mall in Boise that killed two people and injured four, including an officer. (Oct. 26)
Man Attends Zoom Court for Suspended License While Driving in Video Viewed Over 3M Times
"Are you driving right now? You're suspended and you're in court," the judge said to the defendant.
Chrissy Teigen reveals she's 100 days sober, 'a better person' after cyberbullying controversy
On the "Today" show, Chrissy Teigen said her cyberbullying controversy made her "a stronger person" and helped her get sober.
Legacy college admissions are peak white privilege. They should disappear faster.
I was the second generation of three in my New York family to attend the University of Michigan. Did I get in on merit or legacy affirmative action?
Formula One racing is gaining traction in the United States, and an emerging fan base is along for the ride
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Queen Elizabeth won't visit U.N. climate conference in person, per doctors' advice
The 95-year-old monarch has “regretfully’’ decided that she will no longer travel to Glasgow to attend the reception on Nov. 1.
‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Ending Explained: Did Nancy Kill Freddy?
And did Freddy Krueger really turn into a convertible at the end??
‘Rust’ crew used Baldwin’s prop gun on morning of deadly shooting: report
Production sources had previously revealed that the gun had been used for off-the-clock target practice -- which could explain how a live round ended up in its chamber.
Mike Tomlin leaves zero doubt how he feels about the USC coaching job
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has no tolerance for speculation that connects him to the USC job. He made himself clear on the matter Tuesday.
Seahawks' Pete Carroll says without Russell Wilson, he 'probably wouldn't have been here a long time'
The Seattle Seahawks are feeling the pressure without veteran quarterback Russell Wilson.
Kendall Jenner pairs bikini with bedazzled cowgirl hat
The model attended friend Lauren Perez’s bachelorette party this weekend, where guests, including Hailey Bieber, all sported the same sparkling hats.
Kayleigh McEnany: Ilhan Omar, Squad 'crazies' will lead Dems to shellacking in 2022
"Outnumbered" co-host Kayleigh McEnany torched Ilhan Omar for her latest anti-police rhetoric, warning the Democrats' stance on law enforcement will likely backfire in the 2022 midterm elections.
NYC lawmakers push for Big Apple ‘drag laureate’
Three city lawmakers have introduced legislation that would order Big Apple officials overseeing museums and nightlife to appoint a laureate of the city's bustling drag performance scene.
More Americans Than Ever Prefer TV Shows With Diverse Casts, UCLA Study Finds
A diversity film report has shown U.S. audiences support racial inclusion on screen.
WATCH: Newborn babies dressed for Halloween are the cutest pumpkins in the patch
Caitlin Pechin, a registered nurse at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital, knitted pumpkin hats and sleep sacks for some newborn babies.
Ex-Georgetown tennis coach pleads guilty in college admissions scandal
Gordon Ernst, accused of taking more than $2.7 million in bribes, faces up to four years in prison.
Travels with Boji: Istanbul’s Commuter Dog
Boji, a street dog living in Istanbul, Turkey, has become a popular sight on the city’s subways, ferries, trams, and buses. Chris McGrath, a photographer with Getty Images, recently joined Boji as he made his rounds, where he can travel as much as 30 kilometers a day. McGrath: “Since noticing the dog’s movements, Istanbul Municipality officials began tracking his commutes via a microchip and a phone app. Most days he will pass through at least 29 metro stations and take at least two ferry rides. He has learned how and where to get on and off the trains and ferries.”
Inside Kat Von D’s Indiana house for which she’s leaving Los Angeles
"We recently purchased a beautiful home on a bit of land in rural Indiana, and the more time we spend out there we realize we feel more at home there than we do here in LA," she wrote on Instagram.
New Tenant Killed by Landlord for Complaining About Heating, Cops Say
Darryl Gilland GoFundMe PageA landlord in Kansas City, Missouri has been accused of stabbing a tenant more than 30 times after he was alerted to heat problems by a couple who had asked if they could use a space heater to warm their chilly new rental.Gordon McBeth, 44, entered a not guilty plea on Monday after Clay County prosecutors charged him with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the death of 28-year-old Darryl Gilland on Friday afternoon.According to court documents obtained by the Kansas City Star, McBeth allegedly stabbed Gilland more than 30 times on Friday after Gilland’s girlfriend messaged the landlord alerting him that the heat wasn’t working in their new home.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Halloween events are back -- and this year, some of the monsters are wearing masks
After scaling back or skipping Halloween 2020 altogether as the Covid-19 pandemic raged, haunted houses and themed events across the US are back with new safety precautions, including mask requirements or social distancing measures.
Democrats’ True Deadline Is Sooner Than You Think
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. If the stakes weren’t so high, the incessant obstruction of the Democrats’ agenda at the whims of Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema could almost be comedy. Every time Democrats…
House of cards: Now billionaire tax met with Democrat pushback in congress
A handful of members said they have reservations about the plan to tax the increase in value of top earners, noting that enforcing such a measure poses serious challenges.
Hasbro takes $100M hit as supply chain disruptions delay toys
Hasbro was missing $100 million worth of toys that were either stuck at ports or in warehouses that it had hoped to have by September, the company said in its most recent financial statement. Supply chain disruptions, including port congestion, have forced the maker of Nerf blasters, Monopoly and Play-Doh, to “work around the clock”...
20 U.S. Cities See Home Prices Reach All-Time High in August, Phoenix Biggest Gainer
Phoenix's home prices increased 33.3 percent in August compared to a year earlier, with San Diego and Tampa coming in second and third, respectively.
LIRR train smashes into car stopped on Long Island tracks
Rescue crews used tools to remove the roof and free the pinned driver, photos show. The man, who was not immediately identified, was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries.
‘Dune: Part 2’ Officially Greenlit By Warner Bros.
As Chani would say, "This is only the beginning."