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„Als Frau aus Ostdeutschland kann ich eine Menge einbringen“

Krisen und Veränderungen, wie sie die SPD erlebe, kenne sie seit 30 Jahren aus dem Osten, sagt Petra Köpping. Von den Erfahrungen soll die Partei profitieren.
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Things Are Not Getting Better for Susan Collins
Plus six other vulnerable GOP senators.
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London Fashion Week: Designers put to the test against a struggling market and more social restrictions
As London Fashion Week (LFW) begins it's likely that a lot of attention will be on the digital and live presentations, and not just the clothes.
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As firefighters hope to gain ground on some West Coast fires, others prompt more evacuations
With rain finally arriving in parts of the West Coast, fire officials hope the forecast will help them gain ground on the deadly wildfires that forced thousands to evacuate this week.
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No Revenue Is No Problem in the 2020 Stock Market
First, Nikola. Now SPAC mania targets the next wave of untested electric vehicle companies.
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Aaron Judge on Yankees’ chances: ‘We have best team out there’
So much about baseball has changed since March 12, when the first spring training was shut down due to the coronavirus. Empty ballparks. Seven-inning doubleheaders. Designated hitters in the AL and NL. Alternate sites replaced minor league games. Teams forced to quarantine after players tested positive for COVID-19. Bubbles in front of postseason bubbles. The...
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Obama Book Coming Post-Election Saves Former President Overshadowing Biden
The first volume of the former president's upcoming memoir is due to be released two weeks after election day.
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Covid has stopped most adventures. But this family is still setting sail on an epic voyage
At at time when most sailors have found safe harbor to avoid being stranded due to Covid-19, an Italian couple have stirred controversy with plans to embark on a year-long sailboat trip with their three young children.
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Trump Tells Rally in Wisconsin, Where Riots Flared and He Is Losing, 'I Saved the Suburbs'
Wisconsin is a crucial battleground state—one which Trump won only narrowly in 2016—but three recent polls put Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden in the lead.
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Mets taking it slow with Jacob deGrom’s hamstring injury
Jacob deGrom’s right hamstring is showing improvement, but the Mets are still taking it slow in declaring the right-hander set for his next scheduled start. A day after the Mets ace departed after just two innings because of a spasm in the hamstring, manager Luis Rojas was encouraged with the signs. “The response was actually...
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Michigan driver arrested after pulling 'Dukes of Hazzard' stunt over Detroit bridge
A Michigan man was arrested Wednesday night after apparently jumping a Detroit drawbridge in "Dukes of Hazzard" fashion, according to multiple reports.
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Tucker Carlson says alleged Nashville coronavirus data 'cover-up,' other obfuscations 'unforgivable'
Tucker Carlson weighs in on the coronavirus cover-up in Nashville
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Ready for School to Start? For Most Students, Not So Fast.
Mayor Bill de Blasio's abrupt announcement of a phased start to in-person classes left many parents with little lead time to make alternative arrangements. 
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Hear from outgoing US ambassador to China on US-China relationship
Speaking to CNN's David Culver in Beijing, China, the outgoing US Ambassador to China Terry Branstad denounced Beijing's initial handling of coronavirus, saying that "what could have been contained in Wuhan ended up becoming a worldwide pandemic."
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United Kingdom sees spike in coronavirus cases, second lockdown may be looming
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Tom Brady’s response to Bruce Arians’ criticism after Saints loss
TAMPA, Fla. — Tom Brady had little to say Thursday in response to coach Bruce Arians’ critical assessment of the quarterback’s play during the six-time Super Bowl champion’s debut with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Arians made headlines after the Bucs fell to New Orleans 34-23 in the season opener, initially attributing a pair of interceptions...
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U.S. Open 2020 Leaderboard: How to Watch, Live Stream Second Round
Justin Thomas leads the U.S. Open by one shot after carding a 5-under 65 in the first round on Thursday.
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Yankees’ Aaron Boone hoping to be in MLB bubble for a long time
When the Yankees return from Buffalo late next Thursday night, they will check into a New York hotel and play the final three games of the regular season while living in a bubble atmosphere. Should they not grab the fourth seed in the AL postseason, the Yankees would open on the road and never play...
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How The Pandemic Is Widening The Racial Wealth Gap
The coronavirus has affected most Americans, but NPR's latest poll shows Black, Latino and Native American households are hardest hit by the financial impact of the crisis.
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'This is going to bankrupt me': Americans rack up $45B worth of medical debt in collections
Millions of unemployed Americans are struggling to stay afloat after losing their health-insurance coverage following a historic wave of layoffs.       
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Budweiser offering free beer to buyer of Florida condo lined floor to ceiling with Bud cans
No word on if these beer cans are load-bearing.
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Biden And Trump Visit Minnesota As The State Begins Early Voting
The contested state's opening of early voting underscores the extent to which Election Day has become election season.
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Secretary of State Pompeo: US will protect citizens and defend sovereignty against international court
The International Criminal Court, in its present form, is inherently susceptible to political bias, manipulation and corruption.
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Mental Health And Police Violence: How Crisis Intervention Teams Are Failing
Efforts are growing to remove or reduce the role of police in responding to people in a mental health crisis. Critics and proponents alike say a widely adopted police program has too often failed.
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Italians will vote on a reform to create stable governments. But will it work?
The governing coalition proposes to shrink the size of parliament.
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Donald Trump's Mideast Peace Deals Present the Nobel Committee with a Benjamin Netanyahu Dilemma
"The Peace Prize is for peace, not for being a nice guy. Netanyahu brought peace," says one of the Israeli prime minister's supporters. Others—including the Palestinians—don't see it that way.
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'I Built a Restaurant Inside a Boeing KC-97 U.S. Air Force Aircraft'
The plane is 110 feet long, so we had to bring it from Texas to Colorado on eight semi trailers. When the plane arrived at my restaurant location, we reassembled it and treated it like a metal building we had to transform into a restaurant.
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California, Engine of U.S. Economy, Reeling From Double Blow of COVID-19 and Wildfires
Smoke and air pollution from wildfires will significantly impact the state's economy—particularly the tourism and hospitality industries, which have already been battered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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D.C.-area forecast: Showers ending as sunshine increases with time; fall-like this weekend
The coolest air of the season so far is on its way.
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Biden town hall on CNN blasted for too many 'softball' questions
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Shooters open fire on home with 2 New Jersey police officers, infant inside
Police believe this was a targeted attack.
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A Massachusetts teenager tested positive for covid-19. His parents sent him to school anyway.
Almost 30 students were sent home to quarantine for two weeks after a student went to class days after a positive test for covid-19.
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Luis Rojas deserves managerial job — with the Mets or elsewhere
For such a reserved guy, Luis Rojas sure seems to stumble onto a bunch of loud situations. Credit the Mets, who could find ways to complicate dry toast. Fittingly, assessing the Mets’ rookie manager’s status, conducting his performance review from a pandemic-shortened season with an ownership change likely imminent — good time now to mention...
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Enormous Snake Tries to Eat Possum While Hanging Upside Down
"The Carpet Python did its best to try and eat it upside down but the possum proved too heavy for the snake to hold," Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers wrote on Facebook.
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Michelle Obama claims Trump White House doing what she, her husband never could’ve ‘gotten away with’
Former first lady Michelle Obama took a swipe at the Trump White House this week in an episode of “The Michelle Obama Podcast” on Spotify.
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Outgoing US ambassador to China blames Beijing for coronavirus as he heads home to help Trump
The outgoing United States Ambassador to China has denounced Beijing's initial handling of the coronavirus, saying that "what could have been contained in Wuhan ended up becoming a worldwide pandemic."
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The United States is backsliding into autocracy under Trump, scholars warn
Scholars who study how democracies die offer dire warnings about a second Trump term.
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Outgoing US ambassador to China blames Beijing for coronavirus
• LIVE UPDATES: US reports more than 44,000 new Covid-19 cases
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Six Standout Moments From Biden's CNN Town Hall
The Democratic nominee railed against the Trump administration and pledged to bring more troops home as he faced questions about his platform.
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Dwayne Johnson back to work after recovering from COVID
Hiram Garcia, a producer on Dwayne Johnson's films and his former brother-in-law, says the movie they were shooting before lockdown, "Red Notice," is going back into production. (Sept. 18)       
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An Idaho ‘no-masker’ pastor prayed against a mask mandate. He’s now in intensive care for covid-19.
A self-proclaimed “no-masker,” Paul Van Noy told the worshipers gathered at Candlelight Christian Fellowship on July 22 that his first reaction to the threat of a local mask ordinance was that he would resist complying with it.
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Saquon Barkley’s Giants star comes with all of its burdens
There have been prickly issues surrounding Saquon Barkley from the moment the Giants took him with the No. 2 pick on the evening of April 26, 2018. The one that has the most legs is the simplest one: Why would Dave Gettleman have used a franchise-quarterback-sized pick, in a draft flush with potential franchise QBs,...
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'Ratched': How the Netflix Show Links to 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'
"Ratched" is the latest Ryan Murphy project for Netflix, which gives us more of the story of the iconic Nurse Ratched from the Oscar-winning "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
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Trump campaign seizes on Biden supporter who mentions ‘sea of Trump flags’
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Meet the man who has amplified the noise for Wise football’s decade of dominance.
Wise football public address announcer James Harrison has become beloved by the home side and disliked by opponents for his energetic calls.
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La historia de amor de dos inmigrantes: cómo se conocieron los padres de Kamala Harris
Donald Harris y Shyamala Gopalan crecieron bajo el dominio colonial británico en lugares opuestos del planeta. Ambos llegaron a Berkeley anhelando una formación profesional y formaron parte de un círculo intelectual que moldeó el resto de sus vidas
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Sweden Claims Its High Coronavirus Death Toll Is Down to Mild Flu Seasons in Recent Years
Norway's state epidemiologist questioned the idea put forward by his Swedish counterpart Anders Tegnell.
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What Sam Darnold thinks about all these Jets’ injuries
Good soldier he is, Sam Darnold isn’t looking for any excuses. No Le’Veon Bell? Doesn’t matter. No Denzel Mims? Not his focus. No Jamison Crowder? He’ll worry about who is in the huddle with him. As the injuries to the few playmaking skill-position players on the roster pile up, as the narrative continues to swirl...
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