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Live updates: Trump incorrectly claims that coronavirus affects ‘virtually’ no young people
In a March 19 interview, however, Trump acknowledged that “plenty of young people” were affected and admitted that he had downplayed the risks of the virus.
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Horde of robber crabs crash family’s BBQ on Christmas Island
That’s shellfish! An Australian family got quite the shock while enjoying a BBQ on their camping trip when they were suddenly swarmed by dozens of hungry, giant crabs. The group was feasting on sausages over the weekend when their campsite on Christmas Island was invaded by around 50 robber crabs, which are about three feet...
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Ellen DeGeneres’ apology monologue panned by former employees
“There’s nothing wrong with being the ‘be kind lady’ if you’re actually true to your word.”
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Fantasy football Week 3 waiver wire pickups: Devonta Freeman, Mike Davis
Sunday of Week 2 was absolutely horrific for injuries to major players across the NFL. Saquon Barkley is out for the year with a torn ACL and Christian McCaffrey is going to miss four-to-six weeks with a high-ankle sprain. It’s going to be a frenzy on the waiver wire to backfill a lot of roster...
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A helping hand: Nonprofit aims to aid special needs students
As American children return to classrooms this fall, the pandemic has drastically changed the environment for learning. Children with special needs are having a more difficult time adapting to distance learning. One newly-formed nonprofit on New York's Long Island is trying to help change that. Jamie Wax reports.
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Dunkin' claims its Blink 182 pun was unintentional after band itself responds to 'fall things' slogan
Dunkin', what's your fall slogan again?
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"Broken" health care workers share huge mental toll of COVID-19
"I close my eyes and I see the patient that I took care of last. I see the image… just images of suffering," a nurse said. "I think that's gonna scar me for life."
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Chinese billionaire sentenced to 18 years for corruption
Ren Zhiqiang, a retired real-estate tycoon with close ties to senior Chinese officials, disappeared in March after he allegedly penned a scathing essay criticizing President Xi Jinping's response to the coronavirus epidemic.
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Trump praises Nissan for ‘rolling out’ 2021 Rogue at Tennessee plant
President Trump on Tuesday hailed Nissan for planning to roll out its new Rogue vehicle from its plant in Tennessee this fall. “Nissan is rolling out it’s 2021 ROGUE from TENNESSEE. Great!,” the president posted on Twitter. The Japanese automaker has said it will make the revamped Rogue crossover — its best selling vehicle —...
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Seals spotted having 'tender' moment on beach in scene reminiscent of 'From Here To Eternity'
A wildlife photographer has captured a tender moment with two seals embracing each other on a beach in England, reminiscent of a famous movie scene.
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Kenosha, Wisconsin, to Investigate Sudden 'Surge' in Teacher Absences
Some saw the spike in absences that closed seven schools as a coordinated effort by teachers. The union said it showed how "dangerous and untenable" in-person learning is in Wisconsin.
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Hawaii Woman Felt a Shark Bite, but Experts Have 'No Idea' What Caused Mysterious Injuries
The woman was treated by medical staff for injuries including multiple puncture wounds and lacerations to her shoulder.
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Talk show hosts Desus and Mero give life advice in new book
Comedians and talk show hosts Desus Nice and The Kid Mero join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their new book, "God-Level Knowledge Darts: Life Lessons from the Bronx." The duo gives their best life advice on dating, fame and taking late night TV by storm.
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$20,000 acrylic case installed around Thomas Jefferson’s headstone
COLUMBIA, Mo. — A $20,000 acrylic case now protects Thomas Jefferson’s original headstone on the University of Missouri campus, a response to vandalism concerns amid an ongoing dispute about whether the university should honor the third president who also was a slave owner. The clear case was installed Saturday over the granite obelisk that was...
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Bob Woodward on Trump's pandemic response: 'In covering nine presidents, I've never seen anything like it'
Journalist Bob Woodward on Tuesday said in all of his years reporting on nine different presidents, he has "never seen anything like" President Donald Trump's mishandling of the pandemic.
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Americans will see ‘highest level of debt recorded’ in US history by 2050: CBO
The US federal debt will balloon to a level never seen before in American history by the year 2050, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said this week in an ominous budget forecast. In its annual long-term budget outlook published Monday, the CBO warned that the federal debt would rise to 98 percent of the nation’s...
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De Blasio says early retirement incentives should be considered for NYC employees facing potential layoffs
Since the beginning of the year, de Blasio has been working to try and find a solution to the $9 billion coronavirus-related revenue loss facing the nation’s biggest city. He has repeatedly stressed that he is doing so with little help from the federal government. 
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Nolte: CNN's Don Lemon Says 'We're Gonna Have to Blow Up the Entire System'
With Trump moving forward on his Supreme Court pick, CNN anchor Don Lemon says "Were gonna have to blow up the entire system."
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No Supreme Court nominee yet, but McConnell already on the cusp of having the votes
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Saquon Barkley’s major Instagram statement draws NFL stars’ support
Saquon Barkley’s peers can’t wait to see how this story ends. After the star Giants running back, who is out for the season after tearing his ACL on Sunday, captioned an Instagram post with “gonna be a hell of a story,” he received an outpouring of support from teammates, NFL stars, NBA All-Stars and others....
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The NFL’s expensive mask justice is about to get a lot worse
The NFL is cracking down on coaches flouting the league’s mask policy by issuing more than $1 million in fines with more pocketbook penalties expected. Three head coaches – Vic Fangio in Denver, Pete Carroll in Seattle and Kyle Shanahan in San Francisco – were doled out fines of $100,000 by the NFL for not...
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‘Adults are asleep at the wheel’ in climate crisis, says co-founder of youth-led activist group
Sunrise Movement’s Varshini Prakash on setting the agenda for environmental change.
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A Google employee is suing for discrimination. He wants to know if Google can use his data against him.
A Google employee sued the company and still works there. In a new legal filing, his attorneys want to know whether Google can view the employee's Google data, as well as the Judge's. Google so far hasn't answered.
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Justice Dept.: 179 arrested in darknet opioid takedown
Law enforcement officials have arrested 179 people and seized more than $6.5 million in a worldwide crackdown on opioid trafficking on the darknet
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Joe Biden, Donald Trump and William Barr make Time 100
Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi, Jerome Powell and John Roberts also made the cut.
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Jimmy Kimmel returns to late-night show after hiatus, pokes fun at hosting the lowest-rated Emmys
Jimmy Kimmel returned to his duties as host of ABC's late-night show where he promptly poked fun at his gig hosting the lowest-rated Emmys to date. 
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Six shot across NYC despite NYPD’s claim that gun violence is declining
Six people were shot as gunplay continued across the city Monday and early Tuesday, cops said. The latest incident came around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, when a 29-year-old man was blasted in the torso on West 117th Street near Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd in Harlem, police said. He was taken to Mount Sinai Morningside hospital...
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Patrick Stewart and Mark Hamill go head-to-head in food delivery commercial
Movie stars Mark Hamill and Patrick Stewart have brought an unexpected twist to the simmering "Star Wars" vs "Star Trek" rivalry, as they go head-to-head over their food orders.
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Patrick Stewart and Mark Hamill go head-to-head in food delivery commercial
Whether the force is with you in a galaxy far, far away or you want to boldly go where no man has gone before, you've likely never seen a face off quite like the latest offering from Uber Eats.
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Hirono: Packing the Court 'Long Overdue Court Reform'
As Democrats and Republicans spar over whether or not President Donald Trump should be able to nominate someone for the U.S. Supreme Court because he is in the final year of his first term, Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) pushed for adding more justices to the court.
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Leah McSweeney confirms ‘Real Housewives of New York’ return
Leah McSweeney isn't "done" with Bravo quite yet.
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How to watch CNN Films' 'John Lewis: Good Trouble'
The CNN Films documentary premieres on CNN Sunday, September 27, at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
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8-year-old boy receives bionic "Hero Arm"
This 8-year-old boy from Massachusetts just got a bionic arm that not only makes him look like a superhero – it allows him to act like a kid.
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Rush Limbaugh: GOP should skip SCOTUS confirmation process so nominee doesn’t get ‘Kavanaugh'd’
Talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh urged Republicans to scrap the confirmation process for President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Monday so that whomever is selected can avoid being “Kavanaugh'd” by the left.  
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Africa has defied the covid-19 nightmare scenarios. We shouldn’t be surprised.
This should have been a moment for media outlets to challenge corrosive narratives about Africa.
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Former Iraq POW Jessica Lynch on what helps her thrive after captivity: 'Every day is a constant reminder'
For Jessica Lynch, waking up and strapping on a leg brace first thing in the morning is always a bitter and blessed reminder of everything she endured after she was captured by Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi forces in 2003 and held as a Prisoner of War (POW) for nine days.
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Wisconsin Ruling Allows Mail-in Ballots to Be Counted Without 'Definitive' Postmarks
A ruling Monday by a federal judge in Wisconsin that would extend the counting of mail-in ballots six days beyond Election Day would also allow those ballots to be counted even if there is no 'definitive' sign of a postmark.
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USA TODAY/Ipsos Poll: A majority of Americans say cities under siege by protesters
More than two-thirds of those surveyed say protesters and counter-protesters are overwhelming American cities, according to a USA TODAY/Ipsos poll.       
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Police Officer Jailed For Failing to Provide Medical Help to Person Who Died in Custody
Canadian police Constable Nicholas Doering will serve 12 months in jail after he failed to help Debralee Chrisjohn.
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Majority Back Delaying Supreme Court Pick Until After Election: Poll
Half of registered voters (50 percent) expressed support for delaying the process until after the election, the Politico/Morning Consult poll survey found.
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Rep. Collins says his constitutional amendment on court packing would take 'heat of the moment' out of debate
Democrats “just want to change the rules if they don't get what they want,” Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., told “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday as he discussed his plans to introduce a constitutional amendment against packing the Supreme Court.
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‘Clueless’ costume designer shares the stories behind the film’s fashion
From Cher's yellow plaid suit to her little red Alaïa ("a-what-a?") dress.
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Your vote matters this year
Thinking of sitting out the election? Here's why your vote counts.        
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Startup seeks to hire nationwide 'eviction crew' to kick out tenants behind on rent
Civvl has posted Craigslist ads looking or gig workers in Missouri, Oklahoma, Florida and other places.       
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CDC panel to delay vote on who gets vaccine first
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NIH staffer to ‘retire’ after being exposed as anti-Fauci blogger: report
The National Institutes of Health said one of its public affairs staffers is retiring after he was exposed as the author of numerous anonymous blog posts in which he called the coronavirus pandemic a "massive fraud" and described National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci as a "mask nazi."
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Veteran Snake Handler Bitten By Lethal Snake That Mistook His Hand For Food
David Miles was rushed to hospital after his three-foot-long tiger snake mistook his hand for food, sinking its fangs deep into his skin to release the life-threatening venom in regional South Australia.
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Sterling K. Brown, Gabrielle Union to lead all-black ‘Friends’ project
Now it's the "This is Us" stars time to scream "we were on a break!"
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