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Thief reportedly nabs $500M worth of Chinese communist memorabilia

Among the items taken in the apparent raid on a collector's Hong Kong apartment was calligraphy by Chairman Mao Zedong.
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Times Square New Year’s Eve organizers say event will go virtual, no crowd on scene
Times Square will look very different on New Year's Eve this year.
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'The Masked Singer' starts season with the Dragon's identity
In the season four premiere of "The Masked Singer," the first celebrity was revealed to be an iconic rapper and record producer, and the show debuted the first duet ever.
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WATCH: Car Drives Through Roadblock in Denver, Hits Protester
A large group of demonstrators set-up a roadblock in Denver on Wednesday night, as part of a wave of protests that swept over the country in wake of the Grand Jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case.
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Trump's threats and actions bring America to the brink
President Donald Trump's refusal on Wednesday to guarantee a peaceful transfer of power if he loses to Joe Biden in November is leading America towards a dark place during a year of incendiary political tensions.
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Pay attention to nightmare election scenarios. One might come true
Republicans have shown themselves this week to care not a whit about hypocrisy when there's a Supreme Court justice on the line.
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Oprah Winfrey voices support for Breonna Taylor's mother: 'My heart goes out to Tamika Palmer'
Oprah Winfrey spoke out Wednesday following the indictment of one of the police officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor.
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Bill Murray talks late-night NYC joy riding in Sofia Coppola's new film 'On the Rocks'
'On the Rocks' gave Bill Murray a chance to joy ride in New York City, team with Rashida Jones and reconnect with an old pal, director Sofia Coppola.        
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Rob Smith: Black Ky. AG unjustly criticized by Black left for not charging police in Breonna Taylor death
The decision not to charge police in the shooting of Breonna Taylor made those intent on using Black pain to exploit a political agenda very upset, and they responded with racially charged attacks on Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, a Black Republican.
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Palm oil in products often obscured by many names
Palm oil is the miracle crop grown used in everything from beauty products to snack foods. Yet, it can be difficult to tell if it's in the many items in your cabinets or on your shelves. AP explains how palm oil goes by many names. (Sept. 24)       
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Fewer Students Are Going To Community College, Despite High Unemployment
Often during a recession, enrollment in community colleges goes up. The first numbers for this fall show a decline — down nearly 8% compared with last year.
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Protests erupt after grand jury does not charge Louisville officers in killing of Breonna Taylor
The death of Breonna Taylor nearly slipped into obscurity. But protesters made it a national cause celebre. On Wednesday, a grand jury indicted only one of three officers, and none for shooting Taylor inside her apartment in March.
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Joe Biden Dodges Question About Packing the Court -- Again
Former Vice President Joe Biden continued to dodge questions about "packing" the Supreme Court again Wednesday, insisting that the question is a distraction -- even though liberals are clamoring to expand the court to add left-wing justices.
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Judge Andrew P. Napolitano: Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Constitution
Ruth Bader Ginsburg believed that the Constitution enabled Congress to right any national wrong.
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Donald Trump just told us our democracy is at risk -- from him
John Avlon writes that American democracy has been defined by the peaceful transfer of power. Donald Trump seems to have other ideas; at this point, it would be naïve to think that Trump would accept the legitimacy of the election if he loses.
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Reporter recalls shooting in Louisville as Breonna Taylor protests rage: 'People started to scatter'
A demonstrator's chilling warning to Louisville Metropolitan police officers nearly turned out to be prophetic, Townhall.com reporter Julio Rosas told "The Ingraham Angle" Wednesday.
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September 23 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
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Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Tweet: 'Say Her Name' amid Street Protests
The Democratic candidate for president and his running mate tweeted the street slogan, "Say Her Name," amid a wave of raucous and sometimes violent protests from coast to coast.
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Littered face mask found inside stomach of dead penguin in Brazil
A face mask was discovered inside the stomach of a dead penguin that washed up on a beach in Brazil, according to a local environmental conservation group. The Magellanic penguin was found on Juqueí beach in São Paulo on Sept. 9, the Instituto Argonauta announced in a press release last Tuesday. “This case is unequivocal...
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Texas GOP Sues Republican Gov. Over Extending Early Voting Period By 6 Days
Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott's order to extend early voting by less than a week would cause "harm" and has "the ability to impact local, state and national elections," according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday by the Texas GOP and multiple individual Republicans.
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Outrage and protests after no officers directly charged with Breonna Taylor's death
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Hundreds of Protesters Take to the Streets in D.C., Scuffle with Police
About 200 protesters in D.C. took to the streets, breaking businesses' windows, shouting at diners on patios and scuffling with police.
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Israel Adesanya calls media out for hypocrisy when addressing Colby Covington's comments
Israel Adesanya sees a large problem in the way the media chooses to cover things.        Related StoriesUFC 253 'Embedded,' No. 3: Fun and games for Jan BlachowiczWilliam Knight details history, animosity with Aleksa Camur ahead of UFC 253Sijara Eubanks explains quick turn for UFC 253: I wanted to do 'some gangster (explicit)' 
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‘On The Rocks’ review: An ingenious Bill Murray will make you miss NYC
In the pantheon of perfect Bill Murray roles — “Caddyshack,” “Groundhog Day,” “Lost In Translation” — his smooth-talking character in new comedy “On The Rocks” ranks as one of the best.
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NY Times chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. retiring, handing role to son
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. will retire as chairman and a member of the New York Times Co. board by the end of this year, the newspaper publisher said Wednesday.
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Analysis: Big Tech is falling short as Trump and his allies poison the well with disinformation
It's been clear for years that tech platforms needed to get their houses in order ahead of the 2020 election.
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Federal Judge Refuses to Rule on Wisconsin ID Laws Before Election, Saying Ruling Would Cause 'Chaos and Confusion'
Wisconsin is the only state that requires students to have ID with five necessary pieces of information and proof of school enrollment.
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Tyler Herro goes off to give Heat commanding lead over Celtics
He was the Herro indeed. Heat rookie Tyler Herro poured in 37 points off the bench Wednesday night in Miami’s 112-109 win over the Celtics. Herro, the 20-year-old point guard who was picked 13th overall in the 2020 NBA Draft, added six rebounds and three assists, as the Heat took a 3-1 lead in the...
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Tyler Herro helps Heat to 3-1 series lead vs. Celtics in Eastern Conference finals
Miami's Tyler Herro, a 20-year-old rookie, scored a game-high 37 points as the Heat won Game 4 of the East finals vs. the Boston Celtics.        
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Trump offers prayers for two Louisville cops shot amid protests
President Trump on Wednesday night offered prayers to the two cops shot in Louisville amid protests over the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case. “Praying for the two police officers that were shot tonight in Louisville, Kentucky,” the president tweeted. “The Federal Government stands behind you and is ready to help.” The president also...
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Mets missing playoffs is one of biggest failures in team history
This was always going to be the trickiest part for the Mets, no matter how much the odd arithmetic of this baseball season wanted to insist they weren’t yet buried for good. This was always the thing the 2020 Mets were never able to do with any reasonable amount of consistency: Win baseball games. In...
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Mark Steyn blasts Seattle's hiring of former pimp as alternative to police: 'This is a joke'
The City of Seattle's hiring of a former pimp to act as the city's "street czar" and offer "alternatives to policing" is a "joke," author and columnist Mark Steyn told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Wednesday.
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Minnesota: Black Lives Matter Shuts Down I-94 in St. Paul
Black Lives Matter protesters walked onto I-94 in St. Paul, Minnesota, to obstruct highway traffic on Wednesday evening. A local Fox affiliate reported that authorities "blocked off traffic in the area" where the protesting crowd entered the interstate.
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Pandemic limbo pushes New Yorkers to test out other places to live
"I had friends who said, ‘So you’re giving up? That’s it?’ And I keep saying, ‘Not necessarily! This is a trial run. New York is never off the table.’ "
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Schiff: 'Republicans of Good Conscience' in Trump Administration Should Resign -- His 'Autocratic Intentions' Are Clear
Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA), the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said on MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show" on Wednesday night that "Republicans of good conscience" in the Trump administration should resign over President Donald Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election.
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Louisville police officers shot amid protests over Breonna Taylor
Two Louisville police officers have been shot amid protests over the decision not to indict any officers in the police killing of Breonna Taylor. The officers are expected to survive and a suspect is in custody, police said.
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Cincinnati Reds' Trevor Bauer on his Cy Young case: 'I don't see how you can see it any other way'
After striking out 12 over eight innings in Cincinnati's 6-1 win over Milwaukee, Reds right-hander Trevor Bauer makes a convincing argument.      
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Donald Trump Praying for Officers Shot in Louisville After Breonna Taylor Verdict
"Praying for the two police officers that were shot tonight in Louisville, Kentucky," Trump wrote. "The Federal Government stands behind you and is ready to help."
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Suspicions raised after woman says she accidentally shot her boyfriend
The relationship between high school sweethearts turns toxic, culminating in a fatal shooting with allegations of abuse that would leave their families shattered and their small town of Griffin, Georgia, divided over the evidence in the case.
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BLM co-founder argues Black Kentucky AG gave a 'Bull Connor speech in 2020'
Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza suggested on Wednesday that Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron sounded like a notorious segregationist and racist from the civil rights era.
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Senate Report Confirms Suspected Impeachment 'Whistleblower' Met With Ukrainian Prosecutors
The findings of a Senate GOP investigation confirmed Wednesday that Eric Ciaramella, believed to be the "whistleblower" who sparked the impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, participated in an Obama White House meeting with Ukrainian prosecutors in January 2016.
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No officers charged directly for the killing of Breonna Taylor; Spanish flu survivor still plays tennis at 102
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Civil rights activist reacts to Louisville riots: 'In this situation, the losers are poor Blacks'
Police in cities across America are unable to protect the neighborhoods that need them most if they are called to help control riots, civil rights activist Bob Woodson told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Wednesday.
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Two Louisville police officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests
Two Louisville police officers were shot amid protests following the announcement that no officers would be charged in the police killing of Breonna Taylor. It is unclear if the shootings are related to the protests. Watch interim police chief Robert Schroeder's comments here.
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D.C. United’s woes continue with 1-0 loss at expansion Nashville SC
D.C.'s offensive struggles were only exacerbated by going down to 10 men in first-half stoppage time.
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Watch: Armed Protesters on Streets of Texas Capital
A video posted on Twitter shows two armed men walking with protesters during a Wednesday night march for Breonna Taylor in Austin, Texas.
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Louisville police confirm two officers shot in protests over Breonna Taylor case
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Giants will likely face 49ers backup after Jimmy Garoppolo injury
The Giants are likely to face backup Nick Mullens at quarterback for the 49ers in Sunday’s game at MetLife Stadium. Starter Jimmy Garoppolo went down with a high ankle sprain in the Week 2 31-13 victory over the Jets. Mullens, his replacement, completed 8 of 11 passes for 71 yards and one interception. “Most likely...
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San Marino man accused of driving into protesters allegedly sent arms to a training camp for 'civil disorder'
A San Gabriel Valley resident accused of driving his truck into protesters in Pasadena has been charged with illegally obtaining and transporting firearms
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