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U.S., China's Cold War Is Raging in Cyberspace, Where Intellectual Property Is A Costly Front

"The theft of intellectual property by the People's Republic of China costs America as much as $500 billion a year," U.S. counterintelligence chief William Evanina told Newsweek.
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Lawyer for maskless mom arrested at football game says she ‘committed no crime’
The Ohio mom who was Tased and arrested in the stands of a grade-school football game had refused to wear a mask because she has asthma and was keeping more than the recommended six feet of distance from other fans, her attorney said. Alecia Kitts was sitting in the bleachers when she got into a...
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Ginsburg’s final class of clerks recall her unwavering dedication to law and life
Throughout the pandemic and her own ailments, young lawyers say the late justice remained meticulous and upbeat.
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RBG's personal trainer pays homage with a casket-side pushup
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer paid homage to the late justice by doing several pushups next to her casket at the U.S. Capitol.
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‘Track the Problem.’ Ibram X. Kendi on Using Data to Dismantle Structural Racism
The historian and writer Ibram X. Kendi, whose research and work on antiracism have risen to the forefront amid a worldwide reckoning over systemic racism, was named as one of TIME’s most influential people of 2020. Speaking at a TIME100 Talks broadcast that aired Friday, Kendi emphasized the importance of keeping the focus on his…
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Leaving Austin, Cassadee Pope dish on ‘American Avenue’ collab
Country music acts Leaving Austin and Cassadee Pope have been riding a wave of highs since they debuted their collaboration single “American Avenue” in July, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Unapproved drugs found in cognitive supplements: study
Five unapproved drugs were found in over-the-counter supplements advertising better cognitive function, said a recent study.
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North Carolina board of elections members resign over 'changes' to mail-in ballot law just before election
A pair of state elections board members in North Carolina resigned Wednesday after a lawsuit settlement pushed by the Democratic-controlled board that would tweak absentee ballot law to make ballot harvesting easier. 
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See how RBG's trainer honored her
Bryant Johnson, who trained Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for over 20 years, did push-ups at her memorial in the US Capitol.
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Most terrifying workout ever? Hudson Yards’ Edge yoga offers elevated outdoor class
Don't look downward dog!
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TikTok user claims woman wearing Kyle Richards’ ‘stolen ring’ is her grandma
"I just want to clear things up. This ring right there, that's my grandma's ring."
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Massachusetts woman arrested in road rage incident that injured boy, 2
Massachusetts police arrested a woman they said assaulted a sleeping 2-year-old boy with a cup of iced coffee in a road rage incident.
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Former ‘RHONY’ cast member Barbara Kavovit wants to run for mayor of NYC
"Well, I have to say, if Donald Trump could be President of the United States, I can be Mayor of New York City," she told us. "You know, I'm a builder. I know how to build. I know how to rebuild."
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Hawaiian Airlines will offer COVID tests to passengers from L.A.
United is doing the same from SFO. Hawaii eases quarantine rules Oct. 15
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Conor McGregor leaks DMs from Dana White, revealing which opponents he wanted
Conor McGregor peels back the curtain by revealing direct message exchanges from early 2020.        Related StoriesConor McGregor leaks DMs from Dana White, revealing which opponents he wanted - Enclosure'You can't cancel Colby Covington': UFC contender responds to 'woke mob' in wake of recent criticism'You can't cancel Colby Covington': UFC contender responds to 'woke mob' in wake of recent criticism - Enclosure 
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Kyle Rittenhouse's Mother Receives Standing Ovation at Wisconsin GOP Event
On Thursday night, Rittenhouse's mother, Wendy and his lawyer, John Pierce, attended a Waukesha County Republican event, and were applauded by the crowd, after being brought on stage by conservative commentator Michelle Malkin.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, R.I.P.
We have come so far in the years Ginsburg was on this earth.
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Samuel L. Jackson to reprise Nick Fury role in Disney+ series
He has played eyepatch-wearing Fury in films including “Spider-Man: Far from Home” and “Avengers: Endgame.”
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All the details on Lily Collins’ unique engagement ring from Charlie McDowell
McDowell tapped celebrity-loved jeweler Irene Neuwirth to create a "custom, one-of-a-kind rose-cut diamond" design.
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Tory Lanez denies shooting Megan Thee Stallion in new 17-track album
Tory Lanez denied shooting Meg Thee Stallion in a new album.
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Butte County woman, 71, identified as last victim of North Complex fire
The Butte County Sheriff's Office says a body found in the aftermath of the North Complex fire is that of Linda Longenbach, 71, of Berry Creek.
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The just-released Apple iPad has already dropped in price
These iPad deals on the just-released iPad 8th generation model is one that Apple fans won't want to miss—see the details.       
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49ers’ Nick Mullens has ‘higher expectation’ for start against Giants
As Jimmy Garoppolo continues to nurse a high ankle sprain, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan confirmed Friday that backup Nick Mullens will start against the Giants on Sunday. C.J Beathard will serve as Mullens’ backup as San Francisco looking to improve their 1-1 record at MetLife Stadium. The 25-year-old Mullens made his 2020 debut when Garoppolo...
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Relief from Zoom sometimes comes in a box. A play in a box.
A survey of theatrical enterprises, online and in the mail, including Acme Corporation’s “The Institute for Counterfeit Memory” and Olney Theatre Center’s “The Humans.”
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Neiman Marcus emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy amid COVID-19
Neiman Marcus said on Friday it has completed its Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection process, emerging from one of the highest-profile retail collapses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Its restructuring plan eliminated more than $4 billion of debt and $200 million of annual interest expense. The luxury department store chain said it had a new board of...
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Man found dead near construction trailers at SoFi Stadium
A man was found dead near the construction trailer complex at the SoFi Stadium development in Inglewood early Friday.
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Shocking twist for Hotel Rwanda hero
Journalist Anjan Sundaram explores the extraordinary story of Paul Rusesabagina, who was suspiciously taken to Rwanda to stand trial on terrorism charges.
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Meet Alabama's new Democratic Senator (2017)
Doug Jones is a 63-year-old former United States attorney for the Northern District of Alabama. He once sued members of the KKK.
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs order clearing restaurants and bars to fully open
The Florida governor emphasized the impact the move will have on restaurants and bars, which can now operate at 100 percent capacity. "There will not be limitations, from the state of Florida," DeSantis said.
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2 stabbed near former Charlie Hebdo headquarters, terror investigation opens
France’s counterterror police opened an investigation after a stabbing attack left two people wounded in front of the former offices of the magazine Charlie Hebdo.
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Democrats Cross the Line on Judges | Opinion
The Democrats, whose frustration is causing them to lash out, are promising to leave no stone unturned in their attempt to upend Trump's coming nomination.
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Louisville cop who called BLM protesters ‘punks’ relieved of duty
The white Louisville, Kentucky police major who belittled Black Lives Matter protesters in an email — calling them “punks” who will be living in their parents’ basement all their lives — has been relieved of her duties. Maj. Bridget Hallahan’s last day with the Louisville Metro Police Department will be Oct. 1 and she will...
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Michigan to give clerks more time to handle absentee ballots
Michigan lawmakers approved a bill on Thursday that gives workers more time to prep the more than 2 million absentee ballots for counting that are expected to roll in for the upcoming election.
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Virginia governor and wife test positive for Covid-19
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Women are skipping out on motherhood because everything is awful
“The world is on fire now. I don't want to bring a child into that.”
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Rio's Joyous Carnival, The World's Largest, Is Postponed Due To COVID-19
The postponement will cause financial hardship for people who depend on the celebration — but "financial loss doesn't justify human loss," says one musician. Brazil has been hit hard by the virus.
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Apple Acquires Russo Brothers’ ‘Cherry’ for Reported $40 Million
The film stars Tom Holland and Ciara Bravo as a young couple that begins robbing banks to fuel their drug addiction.
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Former law clerk for Ruth Bader Ginsburg: "She had been my hero"
Today, the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the first woman to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol. CBS News' Christina Ruffini reports from Washington, and one of Ginsburg's former law clerks, Lisa Frelinghuysen, joins CBSN with more on the justice's life and legacy.
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North Dakota rescinds coronavirus quarantine order for close contacts of known COVID-19 cases
Breaking from federally recommended guidelines, North Dakota will no longer require close contacts of known coronavirus cases to self-quarantine for 14 days. 
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This city just banned candy from supermarket checkout aisles
"It's not a ban, it's a nudge."
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RBG’s passing, protests reignite over Breonna Taylor: The Post’s week in photos
As the summer comes to an end, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passes from cancer and protests continue over Breonna Taylor's death.
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What Can We Learn Today From Science and Technology Development in WWII?
12 Seconds of Silence uses the development of the world’s first smart weapon to show the importance of leadership, vision, and organization in a crisis.
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Charles Barkley is taking heat for his Breonna Taylor comments
Basketball legend and NBA analyst Charles Barkley is taking some heat following his comments on the grand jury's decision on charges in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
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Tucker Carlson Wins Defamation Lawsuit After Fox News Argues His Viewers Know to Watch His Show With Some 'Skepticism'
Karen McDougal's lawyer, Eric Bernstein, filed the lawsuit in December 2019 alleging the TV show host defamed McDougal during a segment that aired on the channel one year earlier.
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Cage Warriors 115 live results
Cage Warriors 115 live results       Related StoriesCage Warriors 114 live resultsUFC 253 breakdown: Who remains undefeated after Israel Adesanya and Paulo Costa's historic clash?UFC 253 breakdown: Will Jan Blachowicz pull off another stunner, or can Dominick Reyes finally break through? 
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So you want to lower your rent? Here's how to negotiate
Vacancy rates are rising for rental homes and apartments in cities across the country -- and that puts renters in a prime spot to negotiate.
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Google To Halt Political Ads After Polls Close, Amid Worries Over Delayed Results
The tech giant will not allow election-related ads in Search, on YouTube or any of its other properties, citing the likelihood of delayed election results.
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Twisted Sister's Dee Snider sells cozy Las Vegas condo
Twisted Sister front man Dee Snider has sold his 36th-story condo overlooking Las Vegas for $583,000.
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First man cured of HIV infection now has terminal cancer
Timothy Ray Brown, the first person known to have been cured of HIV infection, says he is now terminally ill from a recurrence of the cancer that prompted his historic treatment 12 years ago. Brown, dubbed “the Berlin patient” because of where he lived at the time, had a transplant from a donor with a...
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