President Trump doesn’t want ByteDance to be TikTok’s majority owner

President Trump said he doesn’t want ByteDance to be TikTok’s majority owner under the Chinese tech giant’s proposed partnership with Oracle. Reports this week have indicated ByteDance wants a majority stake in a new US-based company set up to run TikTok’s global business — a proposal Trump said he “conceptually” didn’t like. “If that’s the...
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Mets fail Jacob deGrom again with playoff hopes all but gone
Jacob deGrom was hamstrung once again Monday night. Make no mistake, the right-hander’s leg appeared better after he departed his previous start early with hamstring discomfort, but deGrom’s chances of true success — carrying the Mets to a needed victory — were hampered by a slumbering lineup. The Fat Lady is clearing her throat, ready...
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City challenges LAPD officer's lawsuit alleging harassment by Garcetti aide
Attorneys for the city of L.A. filed court documents challenging an LAPD officer's lawsuit against the city alleging harassment by a top aide to Mayor Eric Garcetti.
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The two most divisive events in US politics are about to take place at the same time
With the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday, Donald Trump has an opportunity to shape American life for decades to come.
Sean Hannity: Democrats, media 'throwing a massive temper tantrum' ahead of Trump SCOTUS pick
Democratic Party leaders are "threatening ... to upend every precedent we have ever had" in the political battle over choosing a successor to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Fox News host Sean Hannity said Monday.
Former Wisconsin police chief to review Jacob Blake shooting
MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin’s attorney general announced Monday that he has selected a former Madison police chief to serve as an independent consultant for prosecutors weighing whether to file charges against the officer who shot Jacob Blake, a Black man who was left paralyzed from the waist down. The shooting of Blake on Aug. 23...
Derek Carr connects with Alec Ingold for first Raiders touchdown at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
Quarterback Derek Carr and fullback Alex Ingold will forever have their names in the Raiders record books after the two connected for the first touchdown at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Second wounded Los Angeles deputy released from hospital after ambush attack
A woman who was one of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies wounded in an ambush attack that shocked the law enforcement community was released from the hospital Monday, officials said.
Fatal shooting reported in Fairfax County, police say
One person was slain, second critically wounded in Lorton area, according to authorities.
Neo-Nazi Who Tortured Gay People in Viral Videos Dies in Prison of Suicide
Maxim Martsinkevich, the 36-year-old founder of Occupy Pedophilia, became internationally infamous for his brutal videos targeting gay men.
Former Madison police chief to consult on Jacob Blake shooting
A former Madison, Wisconsin, police chief will act as a consultant in the investigation into the shooting of Jacob Blake by a police officer last month, the state's justice department said.
Michael Jordan starts NASCAR team starring Bubba Wallace
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin are starting their own race car team and Bubba Wallace is their driver. Hamlin, a three-time Daytona 500 winner and top contender for this year’s Cup title, made the announcement on social media. The team will be a single-car Toyota entry aligned with Joe Gibbs Racing. “Eleven...
Trump blasts Biden, appeals to working-class voters at Ohio rallies
President Trump blasted Joe Biden’s record in back-to-back rallies in Ohio on Monday evening — questioning the Democratic nominee’s working class roots and accusing him of selling out American workers. “For 47 years, Joe Biden shook the hands of American workers and then stabbed them in the back,” the commander in chief told thousands of...
Two more GOP senators say they will vote to fill RBG’s seat before election
Two more Republican senators signaled their support Monday for holding a vote on President Trump’s eventual Supreme Court nominee before the November presidential election. GOP Senators Chuck Grassley, of Iowa, and Cory Gardner, of Colorado, both said in statements they would back a Trump-picked nominee if they deem the potential judge qualified. “I have and...
Washington Post: Mueller prosecutor says special counsel 'could have done more' in new book
A former top lawyer on special counsel Robert Mueller's team writes in a new book that the group "could have done more" to hold President Donald Trump accountable, according a forthcoming book obtained by The Washington Post.
University of Georgia fraternity suspends operations after 'racist, sexist' chat messages
A University of Georgia fraternity has self-suspended operations indefinitely after "racist, sexist, and otherwise discriminatory comments" were made by members on a messaging app, according to a statement from the University of Georgia Interfraternity Council (IFC).
Memorial project honors COVID-19 deaths as US approaches milestone of 200,000 lives lost
As the U.S. approaches the grim milestone of 200,000 COVID-19 pandemic deaths, volunteers install 20,000 American flags in Washington, DC.
‘Counting On’ star Justin Duggar reveals he's in a courtship with Claire Spivey
The pair's families have known each other for over 20 years, but Justin and Claire didn't connect until last year.
Raiders' Josh Jacobs honors franchise with cleats prior to Allegiant Stadium opener vs. Saints
Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs represented his franchise in style prior to their game against the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football.
Raiders' Johnathan Abram crashes into TV cart during play in scary moment
Las Vegas Raiders safety Johnathan Abram was involved in a scary incident during the team’s game against the New Orleans Saints on Monday night.
New York’s Democratic Socialists want a revolution — but does anyone else?
Fresh off of surprising upset victories in this summer’s Democratic primaries for state Assembly and Senate, the city’s Democratic Socialists are targeting the City Council primaries next year, when 35 of the 51 seats will be without an incumbent. The Democratic Socialists of America-NYC is planning to back a slate of council candidates who, if...
NFL fines three head coaches $100K each for not wearing masks on sidelines
The NFL also fined three teams $250,000 each after their coaches did not wear masks on the sideline during Sunday's games.
9/21/20: Red and Blue
Fallout from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death; Frontline doc examines 'choice' between candidates
Nat Geo doc directors recall being grilled by drug traffickers in Central America
"Two guns were on the table, and one of the guys started yelling at us, ‘You are the f - - king police!’”
The pastry chef adding to Japan's 400+ flavors of Kit Kat
Kit Kat is big in Japan. From cheesecake to wasabi to purple sweet potato, the crispy wafer bar is available in more than 400 varieties, according to Yuji Takeuchi, marketing manager for Nestlé Japan. And it's up to Yasumasa Takagi to keep the fresh flavors coming. The classically-trained pastry chef has added over 50 to the Kit Kat canon so far. Takagi invites us into his kitchen in Tokyo to see how he creates yummy new flavor profiles for customers who are always hungry for more.
Jennifer Aniston reminds fans about National Voter Registration Day: ‘Do it for RBG!’
The "Friends" alum also encouraged people to "make a plan to vote early."
Savanna's Act, a bipartisan bill to address 'tragic issue' of missing and murdered Native Americans, passes US House
Savanna's Act is named for Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind, a 22-year-old pregnant Spirit Lake tribal member from North Dakota who was killed in 2017.
Klobuchar mocked for tweet inadvertently arguing Trump should fill SCOTUS vacancy
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., is facing a bit of mockery over a tweet that inadvertently supports President Trump to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat.
Humans of New York launches GoFundMe for breakout star Tanqueray
Tanqueray’s tales of “high-collar prostitutes” and life in mobbed-up clubs made her a Page Six staple last year.
Meet the professional mini golfer
Miniature golf may seem like one of America's more laid-back pastimes, but its competitive side is no joke. To be a champion requires a high level of precision and patience. Just like in the PGA Tour, the winner of the Masters National Pro Mini Golf Championship gets a coveted green jacket. Last year's champion, Matt Male, describes what it takes to putt your way to victory.
Family of Louisville shooting victim David McAtee sues police officers, National Guard members
The family of David McAtee, a Louisville barbecue restaurant owner who died after being shot at by law enforcement during protests in June, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Louisville Metro Police Department officers and members of the Kentucky National Guard.
Michael Jordan, Denny Hamlin form new NASCAR team, hire Bubba Wallace as driver
NBA legend Michael Jordan becomes first Black majority owner of a full-time NASCAR Cup Series team since Hall of Famer Wendell Scott in the 1970s.
FNC's Pirro: GOP Senators Opposing Trump SCOTUS Nomination Doing So for Their Own Race, Not the Constitution
Fox News Channel's Jeanine Pirro sees opposition to President Donald Trump's decision to proceed with nominating a replacement for Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court from within the Republican caucus in the U.S. Senate as something that goes against the Constitution.
Jameela Jamil says past lovers have compared her to 'a memory foam mattress'
The 34-year-old actress recently appeared on the "Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend" podcast, where she got really candid about her personal life.
Judge on Trump's SCOTUS list volunteered for the 1987 Biden presidential campaign
Joan Larsen, one of the candidates on President Donald Trump's list of potential nominees for the Supreme Court, once volunteered for Joe Biden's 1987 presidential campaign.
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Berluti CEO Antoine Arnault weds supermodel Natalia Vodianova
The pair got engaged on New Year's Eve.
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Fall equinox 2020: Not as 'equal' as you may think
Fall equinox for 2020 is here, that day when you get equal amounts of daylight and darkness. Except it's not as equal as you think. Find out whether you get bonus sunlight and read up on myths and traditions.
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Raiders coach Jon Gruden, Saints coach Sean Payton shown not wearing masks on sideline
Despite a warning from the NFL last week, Jon Gruden and Sean Payton were shown not wearing masks in Monday night's matchup.        
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Fall equinox 2020: Not as 'equal' as you may think
Twice a year, everyone on Earth is seemingly on equal footing -- at least when it comes to the distribution of light and dark.
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Man suspected of derailing NYC subway train held on $50K bail
The man suspected of derailing a Manhattan subway train was held in lieu of $50,000 cash bail at his arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court Monday night. Judge Paul Mcdonnell set the bail on Demetrius Harvard, 30, who is accused of tossing metal construction debris onto the tracks at West 14th Street and Eighth Avenue as...
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Why Donald Trump Thinks He Can Flip Minnesota
There’s at least one person who thinks President Trump is likely to win Minnesota in November, even though polls show him well behind in the state. “There’s no way that I’m nine points down,” Trump told the enthusiastic crowd that packed an airplane hangar in the small Northern Minnesota town of Bemidji on Friday night.…
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‘Fill That Seat!’ How Donald Trump Is Weaponizing His Supreme Court Pick on the Campaign Trail
For decades, presidential candidates have been coy about who they would put on the Supreme Court, sticking with the tradition of consulting with Senate on the choice. Not Donald Trump. It was one of Trump’s most successful political innovations in 2016: he promised to pick a future Supreme Court justice from a set list of…
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‘Below Deck Med’s Rob Westergaard Was in A Tantric Sex Movie?! What You Should Know About ‘Sexology’
Judging by those noises we just heard, it sure sounds like he learned a thing or two from this documentary.
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New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft appears to be victorious in solicitation case in Florida
The Florida solicitor general and his staff have decided not to seek further discretionary review of the solicitation case against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, the office of Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody said Monday.
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Taiwan led the world in closing down for Covid, now it wants to do the same with opening back up
New arrivals to Taiwan might be forgiven for thinking they've stepped back in time.
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Michael Jordan joins NASCAR as team owner, Bubba Wallace to drive for him
Michael Jordan will take on a new challenge in 2021 – stock-car racing.
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Maurizio Cattelan’s duct-taped banana art to hang in the Guggenheim
It comes with a certificate of authenticity and an instruction manual.
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Documentary examines how White House photographer found his political voice
A new documentary called "The Way I See It" follows Pete Souza, the former official White House photographer for Presidents Reagan and Obama. (Sept. 21)       
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New film examines how Trump and Biden have handled times of crisis
Filmmaker Michael Kirk's latest film for Frontline is "The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden." He joined "Red and Blue" to discuss how the documentary analyzes the candidates' lives and breaks down their pasts to show how they react and respond in times of crisis.
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