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No. 7 Bearcats get back to work for No. 9 Notre Dame

Luke Fickell understands that bye weeks can come in handy during a grueling college football season.
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'No Mandate Monday' takes hold at California HS
Some students and teachers in California on Monday took part in a loosely organized protest called “No Mandate Monday” that aimed to publicly rebuke Sacramento over its COVID-19 dictates participants call ineffective and nearly impossible to police.
Baby in stroller killed, mother seriously injured by driver on Long Island
A 2-year-old girl in a stroller was killed and her mother was seriously injured when they were struck by a pickup truck while crossing a Long Island road on Monday night, police said.
Clippers get first win of season with rout of Chauncey Billups' Trail Blazers
The Clippers got their first win of the season with a 116-86 rout of former assistant Chauncey Billups and the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday at Staples Center.
Hannity: ‘Not a single thing’ Biden administration can claim as a success
'Hannity' host Sean Hannity shreds the president's socialist agenda and the administration's tendency to tell lies.
'They had a special sauce': Peyton and Eli Manning reveal secrets to breaking in footballs on 'Manningcast'
After a three-week hiatus, Peyton and Eli Manning delivered jokes, insults and insights during their "Monday Night Football" broadcast.
Tucker Carlson: Not long ago, Biden would've been impeached for his border policies
Tucker Carlson hits the Biden administration for its failure to enforce federal immigration laws and says other presidents have been impeached for less.
Japan's Princess Mako marries commoner, loses royal status
Japanese Princess Mako has married a commoner and lost her royal status in a union that has split public opinion and was delayed more than three years by a financial dispute involving her new mother-in-law
Manhattan DA investigating Leon Black over sex assault accusations: report
The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has reportedly opened a criminal probe into billionaire Leon Black over allegations he raped two models.
Astros’ Lance McCullers Jr. ruled out for World Series
HOUSTON —Lance McCullers Jr. won’t pitch for the Astros this series. Arguably Houston’s best pitcher was finally ruled out on Monday after he suffered a strained elbow during the ALDS. McCullers said it’s the type of injury that takes six to eight weeks to heal to the point he could pick up a ball. “We...
AP-NORC/EPIC poll: Climate concerns majority in US
As President Joe Biden heads to a vital United Nations climate change summit, an increasing number of Americans, 59 percent, view the climate crisis as a "very important" issue, according to a new AP-NORC/EPIC survey. (October 26)      
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Manatees die in record numbers amid food scarcity
Florida has experienced an unprecedented die-off of manatees in 2021, with 959 documented deaths as of Oct. 1. State figures show that's already more deaths than in any other full year on record. (Oct. 26)      
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Laura Ingraham Airs Misleading Images, Mocks Fact-Checkers for Busting Her
Fox NewsFox News host Laura Ingraham sneered at other news outlets on Monday night for catching her airing misleading images of empty store shelves, briefly issuing a grudging correction before mocking those who had the temerity to fact-check her.In recent weeks, right-wing media has increasingly featured out-of-context photos of bare grocery store shelves to blast President Joe Biden over the growing supply chain issue. While some shops around the country are indeed currently facing increasing challenges due to clogged ports in Los Angeles, labor shortages, and the ongoing pandemic, many of the images of barely stocked American supermarket shelves are outdated or from elsewhere in the world.During an Oct. 19 segment on the supply chain crisis, Ingraham aired two photos of empty shelves that were actually from the early days of the pandemic in March 2020, as PolitiFact later noted. (Ingraham’s Fox News colleague Will Cain used one of the same images the night before in a segment bashing Biden over the supply chain woes.)Read more at The Daily Beast.
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After Merkel, Europe Will Be Led By No One
There is a vacuum at the bloc’s heart.
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What to watch on Tuesday: ‘American Veteran’ on PBS
Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021 | “The Last O.G.” returns on TBS.
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Ingraham: 'American Dream loses steam' under Biden as malaise sets in
In her "Ingraham Angle" monologue on Monday, host Laura Ingraham warned that the "American Dream [is] losing steam" under President Biden.
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Ryan Strome returns to ice for Rangers after bout with COVID-19
Ryan Strome cleared the remainder of the NHL’s COVID-19 protocols and returned to the Rangers lineup against the Flames on Monday night at Madison Square Garden.
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‘Eternals’ review: One of Marvel’s worst movies so far
Just out of “Infinity Bore” — sorry, Marvel’s “Eternals.”
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Nets keep Spencer Dinwiddie under wraps in his Barclays Center return
Spencer Dinwiddie made his Barclays Center return Monday after five seasons with the Nets, greeted warmly with applause when he was introduced.
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World Series is family affair for Brian and Troy Snitker
Like father, like son. For now, at least. In a week or so, Brian and Troy Snitker will differ in that only one will have earned a 2021 World Series ring.
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Democrats quietly scramble to include immigration provision in social spending bill
The emerging ideas shed light on what has been one of the most divisive issues of Biden’s presidency, and a subject he has spoken to sparingly in the context of the negotiations.
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See who got eliminated on 'Dancing with the Stars' Horror night
A reality TV star and her partner were eliminated after the judges unanimously voted to save another duo.
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Joc Pederson's brilliant answer on how Braves win the World Series
Atlanta Braves outfielder Joc Pederson will play in his third World Series in four years when Game 1 begins Tuesday night against the Houston Astros.
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Critics: Louisiana State Police culture broken
An Associated Press investigation has found a Louisiana State Police culture mired in patronage, impunity and, in some cases, racism. Amid a federal investigation of the 2019 beating and death of a Black motorist, some say the LSP is broken. (Oct. 26)      
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NYC’s Hudson Yards debuts world’s highest outdoor building climb
Living the high life! Daredevils can scale the 1,296-foot-tall 30 Hudson Yards as part of the new City Climb experience.
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Former Japanese Prime Minister Says Global Warming Has Made Rice 'Tastier'
While giving a speech in the Hokkaido city of Otaru for a Liberal Democratic Party candidate, Taro Aso stated that the rice on the island of Hokkaido "has become tastier thanks to (global) warming."
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White House to Name Rosenworcel as F.C.C.’s First Female Leader
Jessica Rosenworcel, the acting chairwoman of the powerful regulator, campaigned vigorously for a permanent appointment.
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Iman Shumpert's Horror Night 'Us' dance is 'DWTS' must-see, Olivia Jade ponders her likability
Horror Night on "Dancing With the Stars" brought out the blood-stained outfits. But who was the real victim one week after Spice Girl Mel C was cut?      
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Amid a cascade of crises, Haiti's fuel shortage could be the worst
An eerie silence lingers over Hospital Universitaire de la Paix in the Delmas neighborhood of Port-au-Prince.
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Carolyn Hax: A caregiver-spouse struggles with feelings of emptiness and resentment
A spouse needing care and 'incapable of physical intimacy' leaves a letter-writer struggling with feelings of emptiness and resentment.
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The coup in Sudan could threaten U.S. influence in a strategically important region
After overthrowing dictator Omar al-Bashir in 2019, Sudan's joint civilian-military transitional government seemed to be stabilizing the nation. Monday's coup took American officials by surprise.
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Steve Bannon Suggests Merrick Garland, FBI Involved in 'Coup' Plot to Oust Trump
Bannon called the Biden administration an "illegitimate regime" before suggesting that Garland took part in a coup against Trump months before he became attorney general in March 2021.
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Ask Amy: A churning question about credit cards
Husband continually opening cards in couples’ names worries his spouse.
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Hints From Heloise: Before winter hits, clean your comforter
If you store your comforter during warm months, it might need at lease a freshening.
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Miss Manners: On friends who call themselves ‘fat’
Some seem to want to be contradicted while others do not. But it’s not easy to tell the difference.
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Saints capitalize on Seahawks' mistakes for 13-10 win
Brian Johnson kicked a 33-yard field goal with 1:56 remaining in his NFL debut, and the New Orleans Saints capitalized on a series of Seattle mistakes for a 13-10 win over the Seahawks on Monday night.
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The Case of Alex Rodriguez
A first look at the details in the doping case of A-Rod, including an interview with MLB’s chief witness against him, Anthony Bosch
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Chappelle says he'll meet with Netflix's trans employees, but won't yield to demands
An unapologetic Dave Chappelle says he has conditions for anyone who wants to meet with him, including having watched all of his The Closer special, which has come under fire for transphobic material.
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Tom Brady takes hilarious dig at defensive players: 'Defense is kinda like a dog chasing a car'
Tom Brady may have irked some NFL defenders on Monday with his comments about those players during the “Monday Night Football” simulcast with Peyton and Eli Manning.
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Bernie Sanders Calls U.S. 'International Embarrassment' for Not Offering New Moms Paid Leave
The senator listed 12 other nations where new mothers are granted varying days of paid leave.
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Biden expected to name 2 FCC picks in race to avert Republican majority
The president could name his choices of Jessica Rosenworcel and Gigi Sohn as early as Tuesday, people familiar with the moves said.
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Giants’ win the perfect showcase for Azeez Ojulari’s progression
As the Panthers’ deficit grew larger and larger, Darius Slayton made sure to convey his knowledge to rookie pass-rusher Azeez Ojulari.
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'Don't Touch Me': Kyrsten Sinema Confronted in Airport for Second Time This Month
Four videos this month have shown Sinema ignoring constituents who confront her in public.
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Brian Laundrie’s family won’t have a funeral, haven’t heard from cops
Brian Laundrie’s parents won’t be having a traditional funeral for their son, a family attorney confirmed to The Post.
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Rebuilding from the Wreckage
19 of the 22 players that made up the professional soccer team from Chapeco, Brazil were killed when their plane crashed last November. Nearly a year later, the victims' families and the teams' fans are trying to recover
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"60 Minutes" profiles the Golden State Warriors
Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston talk with Jon Wertheim about becoming the reigning dynasty in the NBA. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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Elfstedentocht: The 125-mile Dutch skating Super Bowl
Bill Whitaker reports on one of the Netherlands' greatest traditions that may never happen again, the Elfstedentocht, a 125-mile skating marathon across frozen canals through 11 cities.
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Royal Wedding in Japan Goes Off With Little Fanfare
The torturous path to marriage for Princess Mako of Japan leads to a registry office in Tokyo and most likely a life abroad.
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False promises for African basketball players
Some African basketball players are being drawn to the U.S. with promises of education and opportunity, only to have the rug pulled out from under them when they step off the plane. Jon Wertheim investigates.
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