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Sean Connery, Best Known as James Bond, Dies at 90
Connery is best remembered for his iconic role as 007 in the James Bond movies.
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In Photos: How Halloween Has Changed in The Past 100 Years
Halloween has changed drastically since its Druidic origins in Ireland, the original home of this mystical holiday. How people celebrate Halloween has shifted according to technology, the size of cities, and attitudes about celebrating a holiday as a community.
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Is Halloween Canceled? Find Out Trick-or-Treating Guidelines by State
Find your state and check local guidance before planning your Halloween activities.
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'Destiny 2' Xur Inventory & Location October 30: Eternal Warrior & Transversive Steps
"Destiny 2" is currently being visited by Xur, and he's got a new batch of Exotics on sale. Learn all you need to know about Eternal Warrior, Transversive Steps and more.
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Joe Biden Loses Temper, Brand's Trump Supporters 'Ugly Folks' After Speech Interrupted By Car Horns
Biden made the comments at a drive-in rally in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Friday.
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U.S. Flags Burned During Protests over Killing of Kevin Peterson Jr. in Portland
The shooting death by police in Clark County, Washington, is under investigation. It took place only 12 miles north of Portland where racial injustice protests have been ongoing.
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Most Popular Halloween Candy to Please Trick-or-Treaters
The U.S. Census Bureau reports that the average American consumes 22 pounds of candy every year. Read on to find out the favorite candy among Trick-or-Treaters.
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Calif. Gov. Newsom Says Trump Ties Are 'Tenuous,' Biden Presidency Aligns with State's Values
Newsom told FOX 11 that another Trump presidency would mean "more of the same."
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The 10 Most-Watched TV Shows on Netflix in October
October saw some Netflix viewers getting ready for Halloween by watching some spooky shows while some escaped from reality with shows like "Schitt's Creek" and "Emily in Paris."
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What Time Do Clocks Go Back? What You Need to Know About Daylight Saving Time's Fall Back
Senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott pushed this year to keep daylight saving time as a temporary fixture of American life, but the Senate never voted on the bill.
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Mega Millions Results, Numbers for 10/30/20: Did Anyone Win the $118 Million Jackpot Last Night?
Lucky ticket holders scooped a range of prizes in the Friday night draw.
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How The Lincoln Project Keeps Going Viral
The anti-Trump group has amassed 2.6 million Twitter followers and continues to utilize its reach to take shots at President Trump and his allies.
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Trump Trails Biden by 8% in Fox News National Poll
Poll by network shows Democrat contender's strong lead of 52 percentage points to 44 only three days out from the election.
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'I'm a Professional Zombie, I Scare People for a Living'
It turns out I've got a bit of a knack for horrifying people. Running around in all weather making strange noises and scaring people appears to be my skill-set.
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These Ants Spray Their Victims with Acid Before Decorating Their Nests with Their Skulls
"They're kinda like discarded chicken bones," said Adrian Smith, who studies the Formica archboldi ants.
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Watch This 'Savage, Ferocious' Snake Rip Its Prey into Pieces While Still Alive
The cat-eyed water snake has can defeat crabs four times its size.
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More People Are Voting For Democrats Rather Than Against GOP Compared to 2016: Fox News Poll
The poll also found that 48 percent of registered voters "strongly dislike" Trump and only 44 percent of all voters plan on voting for him.
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AOC Says She Doubts 'Spineless' Lindsey Graham 'Believes in Anything'
"I'm not sure you believe in *anything* except preserving yourself," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) tweeted to Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) after he debated his Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison on Friday night.
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People Call to #BoycottHomeDepot After Co-Founder Backs Donald Trump
"Trump deserves a second term not despite his COVID-19 response, but because of it," Bernie Marcus, the retired co-founder of The Home Depot, wrote in an opinion article published by Fox News, prompting a social media call to boycott the company on Friday.
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Just 8 Percent of Germans Support Donald Trump as Europeans Overwhelmingly Would Vote for Joe Biden: Poll
About 8 percent of Germans would vote for Trump compared to 66 percent who back Joe Biden to win the U.S. presidential election in four days.
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Twitter Caves to New York Post in Awkward Moment for CNN's Jake Tapper
Rather than backing down to Twitter, like Tapper suggested, The New York Post just waited until Twitter changed their policies.
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WWE 'SmackDown' Results: What is Next for Roman Reigns and Jey Uso?
This is the first show with Sasha Banks as the SmackDown Women's Champion.
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At Least 6 GOP Congressional Candidates Refuse Public Debates in Final Weeks Before Election
Though the explanations for their refusals have been varied, several candidates are in tight races that will determine future control of the Senate.
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Reps. Tlaib and AOC Call For Public Banks to Avoid Fees and Minimum Balance Requirements
"Public banks are uniquely able to address the economic inequality and structural racism exacerbated by the banking industry's discriminatory policies and predatory practices," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said while introducing the Public Banking Act with Rep. Rashida Tlaib on Friday.
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Enjoy Halloween at Home With These Online Events
Trick or treating canceled in your town? No worries—check out the Halloween offerings from your couch!
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South Carolina Resident Attempted to Register Dead People as Democratic Voters in Florida
Elections officials said no ballots were cast under the falsified voter IDs, and the information was turned over to law enforcement for prosecution.
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Self-Professed 'Proud Boy' Arrested After Allegedly Threatening to Blow Up North Dakota Voting Location
"I think this is an isolated incident and we don't believe that anyone is in any immediate danger," a Dickinson Police officer said.
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'Lab Tested' Mask Guide Will Win Your Heart and Keep You Safe
Even though you should know how to wear a mask by now, this labrador retriever shows off the right and wrong ways to mask up in the most adorable guide.
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Judge Rules Kyle Rittenhouse to be Tried in Wisconsin
Judge Paul Novak granted the "extradition to Kyle H. Rittenhouse to the state of Wisconsin forthwith" on Friday after rejecting arguments from lawyers for Rittenhouse, who is accused of murdering two Black Lives Matter protesters in Kenosha in August.
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Donald Trump's TikTok Ban On Hold as Federal Judge Issues Injunction
Judge Wendy Beetlestone called the Trump administration's national security concerns with TikTok "phrased in the hypothetical."
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