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Spin Cycle: How the CDC and White House spun the facts but lost the war against COVID-19

The CDC was built to protect America from coronavirus. But it misled local health authorities as cases mounted and deaths rose. See how they spun the message as the virus raced a       
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Eric Trump clarifies remarks on being ‘part of’ LGBT community
President Trump’s son Eric affirmed he is not “part of” the LGBT community after appearing to come out in a televised interview Tuesday. A friend of the Trump family told The Post that “he misspoke” when appearing to say he was “part of that community” hours before his father’s first debate with Democratic presidential candidate...
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Delonte West goes into rehab after Mark Cuban reunites him with mother
https://youtu.be/ABwTtaAIDxg Delonte West is finally getting help. The 37-year-old former NBA veteran, who has publicly battled bipolar disorder, substance abuse issues and homelessness, has entered a rehab facility in Florida, with the help of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, according to multiple reports. Having seen multiple heartbreaking videos on social media showing West’s struggles, Cuban...
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Listless Jets offense on the brink of a Jamison Crowder boost
Sam Darnold might be getting his favorite target back Thursday. Jamison Crowder, who has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury, is among the Jets “pointing in the right direction” to play against the Broncos on Thursday night at MetLife Stadium, coach Adam Gase said Tuesday. “Anytime you can get your best receiver...
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Who Is Fred Kahn? The College Student Is The Reason We Have Presidential Debates
While the debates as we know them began in 1960, they may not have begun at all if it wasn't for a college student in 1956.
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New pics show Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in ‘The Crown’
Plus, Gillian Anderson makes a mean Margaret Thatcher.
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Angry About Trump’s $750 Tax Bill? Then Let’s Fix the IRS.
The wealthy no longer fear the taxman. Democrats finally have an opening to fix that.
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Teacher's extra effort goes viral after making house call
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Mailboxes filled with photocopied ballots
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Woman gives birth to son while battling COVID-19
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CBD store owners focus on consumer education
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Woman desperate to be reunited w/ stolen dog
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St. Louis police audit shows $14M in overtime
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Fandango at the Wall’ on HBO, a Documentary Capturing the Authenticity of Mexican Son Jarocho Musicians
In which New York's Arturo O'Farrill travels to Veracruz to assemble musicians for a concert at the Tijuana border wall.
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Georgetown football player arrested in Georgia is murder suspect in Washington, D.C.
Dijon Williams, a Georgetown football player, is suspected of first-degree murder. He was arrested in Georgia and the school has suspended him.        
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Best Buy closed down stores in the pandemic. But people kept shopping
When the coronavirus started spreading in the United States in March, Best Buy chief executive Corie Barry moved quickly.
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Jim Parsons and husband both had COVID-19
"We thought we had colds. And then it seemed less likely, and then finally we lost our sense of smell and taste."
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'SEND WEED': Socially Isolating Students Share Seriously Inappropriate Sign
Some students in the U.K. have hung signs that are indicative of how different university is during the coronavirus pandemic.
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'Stories of hope' amid biodiversity loss
Christiane speaks with conservationists Beverly and Dereck Joubert about the devastating loss of global biodiversity and how the world might be able to recover.
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At Least 29 Killed in Second Day of Heavy Fighting Between Armenia and Azerbaijan
The border clash between Armenia and Azerbaijan continued on Monday, with at least 29 more deaths reported as both sides exchanged rocket and artillery fire.
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National Guard Readies for Possible Unrest in Cleveland Ahead of Presidential Debate
National Guard members were seen in the streets of Cleveland, Ohio, on Tuesday, ready to help quell potential unrest ahead of the first presidential debate.
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Trump taxes: He paid about $17 to law & order in 2016
So where did President Donald Trump's now-famous $750 tax payment go?
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Oregon hiker dies after falling 100 feet into ocean while posing for a photo
A 43-year-old Oregon man fell to his death at the state’s Devil’s Cauldron Overlook, plunging more than 100 feet off the edge of the precipice while posing for a photo, according to reports. Steven Gastelum had climbed a tree at the edge of the cliff Sunday when a branch broke off and he plummeted off...
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Alfredo Ortiz: What Small Businesses Are Looking for in Tonight's Debate
The nation's 30 million small business owners are looking for the candidate who outlines the best vision for a robust, small business-led economic recovery from the Covid-19 recession.
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Biden releases 2019 tax returns before debate, calls for Trump to release his
Former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign on Tuesday released 2019 tax returns for Biden and running mate Kamala Harris, calling on President Trump to release his own, hours before Biden and Trump are set to face off in the first presidential debate.
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8 Tennessee Titans Players And Staff Test Positive For Coronavirus
Both the Titans and the Minnesota Vikings – who played the Titans on Sunday — are now shutting down in-person club activities.
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Naya Rivera's sister slights report linking her to sister's ex Ryan Dorsey
Naya Rivera's sister, Nickayla Rivera, doesn't put much stock in the optics of her reported living arrangement with former brother-in-law Ryan Dorsey.
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California mom remains missing 4 months after solo 'pandemic road trip,' family says
A San Francisco-area single mother remains missing four months after embarking on a solo “pandemic road trip.”
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Three people killed, two injured in most recent NYC shootings
Most recently, a 23-year-old man was blasted in the stomach during a party on East 116th Street near Lexington Avenue around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, cops said.
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Joe Biden Reverses Course, Declines to Have Ears Inspected Pre-Debate Despite Agreeing Days Ago
Joe Biden's (D) team has reportedly rejected the Trump campaign's request to have the former vice president's ears inspected for an electronic device prior to Tuesday night's debate despite agreeing to the proposal just days ago.
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Michael Bloomberg Funding Helps Florida Felons Vote Due to Groundwork by George Soros
A plan by billionaire and failed presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg to pay off fines imposed on tens of thousands of convicted ex-felons in the critical swing state of Florida was made possible due to a large-scale, Soros-funded initiative involving a slew of progressive movements seeking to oust Trump this November.
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Money intended for cancer patient stolen from donation jar
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Police: Man found sleeping in van he stole
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Player suffers traumatic brain injury at game
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Deep South states lag in Census response
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Woman thanks trooper for going above & beyond
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Church: Someone killed 30K bees on property
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Teen w/ autism creates, donates comfort bags
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Teachers make desks for students to use at home
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Man accused of hitting ex with car, running over her son’s foot in Brooklyn
A man is being sought by police after allegedly striking his ex-girlfriend with his car and then running over her 9-year-old son’s foot in Brooklyn Tuesday morning.
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Ed Rollins: First presidential debate -- How Trump can win a historically consequential faceoff
Trump must win the first debate with Biden and the two that follow.
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Pennsylvania court strikes down law protecting gun manufacturers from lawsuits
A state appeals court in Pennsylvania declared the federal law that protects gun manufacturers from certain lawsuits unconstitutional on Monday in a victory for gun-control proponents that would allow the family of a 13-year-old boy who died in a 2016 shooting accident to move forward with a lawsuit against Springfield Arms and Saloom Department Store.
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JPMorgan hit with $920M fine for ‘spoofing’ metals markets
JPMorgan Chase agreed to pay more than $920 million to settle market manipulation investigations into its trading of metals futures and Treasury securities, the US regulator for derivatives markets said Tuesday. The settlement draws a line under a multi-year probe into the country’s largest lender and marks a major scalp for US authorities. The lender...
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Danica Patrick says her new dating standards are 'off the charts' after Aaron Rodgers split
Danica Patrick has raised the bar for future relationships following her split from Aaron Rodgers.
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Grand juror in Breonna Taylor case calls for grand jury records to be made public
A grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case has filed a motion to have records from the grand jury proceedings made public. The grand jury decided last week not to charge Louisville, Kentucky, police officers with any crimes in connection with Taylor's death. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz joined CBSN to discuss.
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Hunter Biden's Business Partners Invested in Failed Fisker Automotive
The business partners of Hunter Biden, son of former Vice President Joe Biden, were investors in Fisker Automotive, a company that received over $500 million in loan guarantees from the federal government before failing, Breitbart News can reveal.
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