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Staying Apart, Together: The quarantine hobbies and habits that will last
Some things we picked up to fill our quarantine time will go away after the pandemic. Some might stick with us.      
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Over 200 Protests Already Planned If Trump Attempts to Dispute Election Results, Prematurely Declare Victory
"Our view is that we can't bury our heads in the sand," said Sean Eldridge, the founder and president of Stand Up America. "We have to be prepared if he were to try to undermine the election results or to prematurely declare victory."
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Navy F/A-18 crashes in California, pilot ejected safely
Navy F/A-18 crashes in California, pilots ejected safely and is in good condition.
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Stray kitten at airport named Boeing, adopted by safety officer
Workers at Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport were sur-paw-sed to find a kitten wandering alone last week.
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'Apex Legends' Gravity Lift Locations in Train Yard, Sorting, Watchtower & Cage
The Wee Experiment Challenges continue with more Gravity Lifts turning on for Week 2. Let's go to Watchtower North, the Cage, Train Yard and Sorting Factory.
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More People Have Already Voted Early in Texas Than the Total Number Who Voted for Trump in the State in 2016
As of Monday evening, 4,708,734 Texans have cast their ballots ahead of the November 3 election, according to the Texas secretary of state.
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D.C. Council approves bill allowing children to get vaccines without parents’ consent
Doctors can decide minors age 11 and up are capable of informed consent for their own vaccinations.
washingtonpost.com
Fantasy football waiver wire: Eagles' Boston Scott poised to assume starting role in Week 7
Likely absence of starter Miles Sanders makes Boston Scott the top addition to Week 7 fantasy rosters; WR Keelan Cole offers consistent production.        
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Owner of Leesburg charter aircraft firm accused of coronavirus crisis loan fraud
Didier Kindambu improperly used loan to buy a plane, prosecutors allege.
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AOC starts Twitch channel to get out the vote
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez set up a Twitch account and is planning to go live to play the popular game Among Us to encourage voting on Tuesday night. 
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Spaghetti Hairbrush TikToks Are Baffling Gen-Zers Late to the Trend
The (innovate?) idea of eating spaghetti using a hairbrush appeared to come to fruition in early 2019.
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California attorney general asks court to compel GOP cooperation in ballot boxes investigation
Leaders of the California Republican Party have insisted their program has followed all applicable rules and regulations and have accused Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra and Secretary of State Alex Padilla of a partisan investigation.
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Disneyland and other California theme parks get a path to reopening
Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm and other large California theme parks won't open immediately under protocols announced Tuesday.
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Some scenarios for the final two weeks
Let's look back at 2016, 1992 and 1980.
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Biden considering former Ohio Gov. Kasich for Cabinet position: Report
Kasich is one of several conservative politicians and executives being considered.
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Erika Girardi blasts fan who asked for meme credit
How many Fs does Erika Girardi give now?
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After learning 'there's still good in the world,' Walt Harris eager to get back on track at UFC 254
Walt Harris' last loss was emotionally tough, not only because of the outcome but the circumstances.        Related StoriesUFC 254 'Embedded,' No. 2: Jared Cannonier waxes philosophical on expectations for greatnessRobert Whittaker focused simply on Jared Cannonier – not title picture – entering UFC 254Appreciative yet unsatisfied, Michael Chandler sees UFC stint as continuation of success 
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Brian Arbour: Everybody likes Joe Biden – here's why that's very bad news for Trump
Joe Biden’s strong favorability number and its growth throughout the campaign tells us a lot
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Phil Collins’, Orianne Cevey’s belongings in Miami home to be inventoried
An impartial third party will do the work.
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Rams sign kicker Kai Forbath but also keep Samuel Sloman
The Rams, seeking to address growing concerns about the performance of rookie kicker Samuel Sloman, on Tuesday signed veteran kicker Kai Forbath.
latimes.com
Maria Taylor receives outpouring of support after sharing hateful message
Maria Taylor will not be intimidated by hateful messages, nor will it stop her from doing the job she loves. On Monday, the ESPN reporter shared a lengthy message she received in response to previous comments about Bills rookie quarterback Jake Fromm, who said in a previous text exchange that only “elite white people” should...
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Joe Biden’s Endearing Defense of His Son Hunter
A supposed “gotcha” is really a sad, humanizing portrait of a family working through a difficult time.
slate.com
'Pokémon Go' Updates Egg Hatch Pool to Welcome Season Change
Contents of the Adventure Sync Eggs are currently unknown.
newsweek.com
MTA’s new ‘live’ subway map lets you see where trains are in real time
The map draws elements from the current "static" subway map from 1979, and the infamous "diagram" designed by Massimo Vignelli in the early 70s.
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Baby bottles release millions of microplastic particles, study finds
Polypropylene baby bottles were found to release millions of microplastic particles in a new study, with hot liquids only making matters worse.
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joins Twitch to boost voter engagement
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez invited her social media followers to play the popular mystery game Among Us on Twitch and boost participation in the election.
latimes.com
Broadway comes to TV with 'American Utopia' and 'What the Constitution Means to Me'
With Broadway marquees dark, this weekend brings a welcome double dose of the New York stage to TV screens: "American Utopia," David Byrne's free-spirited concert, directed by Spike Lee for HBO; and "What the Constitution Means to Me," Heidi Schreck's not-quite one-woman show, a searing political commentary that finds an at-home forum via Amazon.
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Texas procedure for ballots with mismatched signatures reinstated by federal court
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated Texas’ voting rules that call for signatures on absentee ballots to be verified. In a Monday order, the court blocked a U.S. District Court injunction, noting that the lower court’s decision “minimize[d]” Texas’ interest in election integrity, emphasizing the heightened need for security as greater numbers of mailed...
nypost.com
We are not ‘rounding the corner’ on the coronavirus, part 8,219,000
A number of states are seeing rising positivity rates and new highs in their case totals.
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Walmart's Black Friday 2020 deals are about to kick off: Here's what you need to know
Walmart Black Friday 2020 is nearly upon us and we've got the lowdown on the store's upcoming sales—learn more about the deals to come.      
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When Will ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 16, Episode 2 Be On Hulu?
Can't watch The Bachelorette on Tuesday night? No problem! You can stream it Wednesday morning!
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Emma Roberts blocked mom on Instagram after she revealed pregnancy
"I blocked her at one point. It was my only weapon."
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Op-Ed: The trouble with counting interruptions in a debate
Sometimes overlapping talk isn't an interruption. And sometimes an interruption is a verbal assault.
latimes.com
Northern California faces days of ‘critical’ fire risk, with more deliberate power shutoffs
A series of strong, dry wind events will keep fire danger high in Northern California this week into the next.
washingtonpost.com
Delta passenger slaps flight attendant during argument over mask policy: report
Mask or no mask, it’s not a good idea to hit people.
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Pelosi Says 'Starting to Write' Compromise COVID-19 Stimulus Bill: 'I'm Optimistic'
"We all want to get an agreement because people need it...and our economy needs it,"" said the Speaker of the House Tuesday.
newsweek.com
Senate set to vote on competing coronavirus stimulus measures -- neither going anywhere now
The Senate is set to vote Tuesday afternoon on a pair of competing coronavirus stimulus measures that are designed to show whether senators support passing a lower cost Republican-authored extension of the small business loan Paycheck Protection Program or a more comprehensive and expensive bill that already passed the Democratic-led House.
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Photo shows Joe Biden meeting Hunter’s alleged business partner from Kazakhstan
A new photograph has emerged of Democratic nominee Joe Biden posing with Hunter Biden and Kenes Rakishev, a Kazakh oligarch who reportedly worked with the former veep's scandal-scarred son.
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California Community Colleges receives historic $100-million gift for students most in need
A $100-million donation from the Jay Pritzker Foundation will provide scholarships and emergency financial aid to state's community college students.
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Presidential debate commission chairman defends rule to cut mics in next debate
Republican chairman Frank Fahrenkopf of the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) defended the new rule that will cut mics during the debate to minimize interruptions. 
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Conference USA announces new basketball format for 2020-2021 season
The new format was created as a way to reduce travel and lessen the chances of players being exposed to COVID-19.        
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Cuomo says non-essential travel between NY, CT, NJ, PA 'discouraged' amid spike in tristate area COVID cases
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday said “non-essential” interstate travel between Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania is “discouraged,” amid a spike in cases of the novel coronavirus in the tristate area.
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Randy Arozarena’s Rays breakout could haunt Yankees for a long time: Sherman
Whether Randy Arozarena is a legitimate star is a big issue moving forward for the Rays. You know who else that is true about? The Yankees. Tampa Bay’s winning percentage has climbed in each of the last four seasons to .667 in the abbreviated 2020 campaign as they outdid the Yankees to win first the...
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Coffee Bean Caucus that predicted Hillary Clinton victory backs Biden
The Iowa diner known as Hamburg Inn No. 2 first made its way onto the national political map when Ronald Reagan, one of the most popular presidents of his era, stopped there on a post-White House speaking jaunt.
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Breonna Taylor juror says grand jury wasn't given chance to weigh homicide charges
A juror in the Breonna Taylor case says the grand jury was never given the chance to deliberate whether homicide charges for officers were justified.        
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NJ woman thwarts kidnapping by mouthing ‘help me’ to alert cops
A woman foiled a kidnappers' plot to shake them down by mouthing "help me" to a stranger in a New Jersey parking lot, police said Tuesday.
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Joe Torre ‘nixed’ Fox plan to make Mike Pereira its MLB rules expert
If you can’t get enough of Mike Pereira’s rules interpretations during NFL and college football broadcasts, Fox also wanted to install him in a similar role for MLB games. Pereira revealed in a podcast appearance on Monday that former MLB chief baseball officer Joe Torre “nixed” Fox’s plan years ago to have the former NFL...
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As Georgia Sees Record Early Voter Turnout, Poll Shows 77 Percent Plan to Cast Election Ballots in Person
Just 18 percent of individuals who participated in a New York Times/Sienna College survey, conducted during Georgia's first week of in-person early voting, said they planned to cast ballots by mail.
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