Iconic James Bond actor Sean Connery dies at 90
Sir Sean Connery, acting icon, has died. He was 90 years old.
As cold settles in Northeast, Halloween forecast for much of country looks pleasant
The cold air comes after a storm system brought snow to parts of the Northeast.
Democrats hold turnout edge in Florida, with Republicans nipping at their heels
Early voting has far outpaced the total from four years ago.
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American hostage Philip Walton rescued in dramatic military operation: Officials
Philip Walton was rescued today after being captured recently in Niger.
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2 officers 'ambushed' in New Orleans by shooter on pedicab: Police
One of the officers is in serious but stable condition, the other suffered minor injuries.
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Trump's split with health advisers on virus fuels speculation of shake-up
Trump's split with health advisers invites speculation of federal shake-up after the election if he wins.
Days before election, Graham, Harrison debate for final time
Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham and Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison are meeting for their second and final debate in a Senate matchup that has shattered fundraising records and commanded national attention
Lawyer: Mom, child trapped in crowd when police smashed car
Philadelphia officials plan to release the police body camera footage Wednesday of the encounter that led officers to fatally shoot Walter Wallace Jr., the latest in a line of police killings of Black people to roil the U.S. this year
Biden returns to Iowa; Trump plays defense in Mich., Wis.
When Joe Biden was last in Iowa, his presidential campaign was on the verge of collapse and he was soundly trounced in the caucuses
Election emerges as referendum on race relations in America
A convergence of three unprecedented, simultaneous national crises — the coronavirus pandemic, joblessness and police brutality — has led many to believe this presidential election is a referendum on race relations in America
Judge delays extradition of alleged Carlos Ghosn accomplices
A federal judge in Boston granted a reprieve to a father and son wanted in Japan in connection with the "brazen" escape of former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn.
Stocks slump again as Wall Street's bad week continues
Stocks are tumbling again Friday as Wall Street closes out a punishing week and its first back-to-back monthly loss since worries about the pandemic first peaked in March
How the 'Golden State Killer,' a serial rapist, murderer, evaded capture for decades
The "Golden State Killer" crimes date back to the 1970s.
Texas early voting exceeds total of all 2016 ballots
Texans have already cast more early ballots ahead of next week’s election than they did during all of 2016
Kentucky court won't reduce jury award in Rand Paul attack
The Kentucky Supreme Court has upheld an award of nearly $600,000 against Sen. Rand Paul's former neighbor, who injured the lawmaker in a 2017 dispute over lawncare
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The Latest: Trump MN rally capped at 250 at state insistence
President Donald Trump’s campaign says it will cap his planned rally Friday in Rochester, Minnesota to 250 people at the insistence of state and local officials
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Strong earthquake reported near Greek islands
A strong earthquake was reported off the Greek island of Samos in the eastern Aegean Sea.
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Woman accused of killing autistic son faces death penalty
A grand jury has indicted a Florida woman for first-degree murder in the drowning death of her autistic 9-year-old son
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Coldest air of season forecast for millions in Northeast
Zeta is now in the Atlantic Ocean.
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Pregnant Florida woman pushes labor aside to cast vote
A pregnant Florida woman didn’t let labor stop her from casting her vote in the presidential election
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6 indicted in connection to airport cargo heists totaling $6M in designer goods
Six people, including two former airport workers, have been indicted in connection with two cargo heists totaling $6 million in designer goods, prosecutors said.
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Harris target of more misinformation than Pence, data shows
New data shows that Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris is at the center of Twitter misinformation far more often than the white men who campaigned for the same job
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Governor: 400 Wisconsin National Guard troops to work polls
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says about 400 National Guard troops will be activated to plug any shortages at polls on Election Day, as coronavirus cases surge in the presidential battleground state
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Massachusetts' COVID-19 response was science-based, so why are cases rising?
Massachusetts reported 1,243 new COVID-19 infections Oct. 29, marking the sixth day in a row the state had more than 1,000 single-day cases.
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An Election Day role for National Guard? Maybe, but limited
If the military has any role in next week's election, it most likely will involve National Guard members under state control — not troops on federal duty
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As virus surges, Trump rallies keep packing in thousands
Donald Trump's campaign rallies are among the nation's biggest events held in defiance of coronavirus-related crowd restrictions
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Deporting Brandon: How one mistake caused this teen to be uprooted from Georgia home
A "Nightline" and production presents "Deporting Brandon," a story of a teenager who grew up in the U.S., but was deported to Mexico in January 2020.
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Amy McGrath, hoping to unseat Mitch McConnell, confident Kentucky wants change
The Democrat is trailing in the polls against the Senate majority leader.
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Lil Wayne meets with Trump on Black America plan
Lil Wayne said that he had a "great meeting" with President Donald Trump on Thursday to discuss the Trump administration's proposed "Platinum Plan" for Black America.
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Billionaire calls relationship with Jeffrey Epstein a 'horrible mistake'
Billionaire investor Leon Black addressed his prior relationship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein during an earnings call.
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