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Arnold Schwarzenegger says voters were right to retain Newsom, calls GOP field 'disastrous'

Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger, who won office through a recall, says he's glad Newsom wasn't ousted

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What We Know About the 'Delta Plus' AY.4.2 COVID Mutations Y145H and A222V
The variant is increasingly spreading around the U.K. and U.S., but little is known about what exact biological advantages it might have.
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Woman, 74, Found Hanging Onto Tree After Falling Down 30ft Embankment While Hiking
The hiker was rescued after getting into difficulties on the Bear Canyon Trail in Colorado.
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Kristen Stewart: ‘I’ve only made 5 really good films in my career’
"The worst is when you’re in the middle of something and know that not only is it probably going to be a bad movie, but we’re all bracing until the end,” she said of her questionable projects.
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Twitter suspends Rep. Banks’ account for misgendering trans health official
Rep. Jim Banks' official Twitter account was suspended after he referred to Assistant Health Secretary Rachel Levine -- the first openly transgender four-star officer -- a "man."
Whistleblower Says Facebook Is 'Unquestionably Making Hate Worse'
"I came forward now, because now is the most critical time to act," former Facebook data scientist Frances Haugen told U.K. lawmakers.
How to order a Chucky-inspired Frappuccino at Starbucks this Halloween
Holly Walker, from the blog Totally the Bomb, came up with this drink, inspired by the murderous doll from the 1988 film “Child’s Play.”
Remains found in Texas apartment believed to be abandon children’s brother
The skeletal remains found in the Texas apartment where three children were living are believed to be their 9-year-old brother -- and he may have died a year ago, authorities said Monday.
Female workers at Rikers Island open up about sexual assaults from inmates
One female correction officer at Rikers Island walks around the troubled jail complex with her back to the wall after a male inmate grabbed her rear end.
Bernie Ecclestone offered ski role, agrees with Verstappen on Netflix
Ex-Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone, 91 on Thursday, is adamant about one thing after being offered an advisory role by the new head of skiing's governing body -- he will not be taking to the slopes.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen wins Formula One U.S. Grand Prix in Texas
Red Bull's Max Verstappen holds off Lewis Hamilton for Formula One U.S. Grand Prix win.
Homeowner Finds 'Suspicious' Red Stains Under Carpet of 110-Year-Old House
The new homeowner called the cops after finding "suspicious" red stains when they lifted the carpet in their 110-year-old house.
China to Start Vaccinating Children Over 3 Years Old as COVID-19 Cases Spread
The news comes as the government pushes to have a largely vaccinated public ahead of the Beijing Olympics in February
Human Traffickers and Drug Dealers Exploit Social Media to Expand Markets
The majority of online recruitment in active sex trafficking cases last year took place on Facebook, according to the Human Trafficking Institute, with perpetrators using strategies like fake identities or phony job listings to identify and recruit vulnerable users.
If Beijing Olympics athletes aren't vaccinated, they'll be in quarantine for 21 days
The policy announced Monday threatens a "hard quarantine" that is longer than the Games themselves for anyone who arrives unvaccinated.
Tesla stock pops as Hertz orders 100,000 cars in electric rental revamp
Shares of Tesla popped more than 4 percent Monday morning after car-rental company Hertz announced a deal to buy 100,000 of Elon Musk's electric cars in an overhaul of its rental fleet.
NY Freedom Rally organizer slams ‘unjust’ vaccine mandates after rally supporting Kyrie Irving
New York Freedom Rally event organizer John Matland spoke out on his support of NBA superstar Kyrie Irving and opposition towards vaccine mandates on Monday, following a Sunday protest in NYC where a crowd swarmed and attempted to enter the Barclays Center.
My Relationship With My Son Was Failing. A Horror Movie Turned It Around.
Horror movies give his fears shape, but don’t hit too close to home.
America’s National Mood Disorder
Negativity about politics may be justified, but there are reasons for optimism in other aspects of U.S. society, such as technology and business.
Brian Mast Says Joe Biden's Vaccine Mandate Is Like Dystopian Fiction
The Republican congressman says vaccine mandates remind him of the treatment of "independent thinkers" in the "Divergent" film and book series.
Border agents in Facebook groups with bigoted posts saw little discipline
Most agents received significantly reduced discipline, according to a report released Monday by the U.S. House of Representatives.
The White Feminists Who Helped the Government “Civilize” Native Americans 
Some 19th-century women, frustrated in their careers, saw their chance and took it.
Antonio Carlos Junior rallies from UFC release to $1 million PFL final
Antonio Carlos Junior’s year started with losing. It could end with a monumental win.
Welcome to the Horror Issue
Doug Chayka for Vox How a century of horror movies reflects our existential fears, the surreal real estate market for ghostly homes, and visiting a haunted house in 2021. When the pandemic began in March 2020, a nation shut itself indoors, flipped on the television, and began streaming scary movies. Bird Box and I Am Legend let us live out our survivalist nightmares; Contagion felt like a prophecy. Unexpected global catastrophe had long been the stuff of horror movies; suddenly, horror was real. It was knocking on our doors. The question of what we have to fear after a pandemic has upended our way of life, after many have dulled to the reality of hundreds of thousands of fellow Americans dead, haunted us as we conceived this month’s issue of the Highlight. Should we fear a few onscreen sociopaths anymore? Or the telltale fires and floods of climate change? Or only our feral, unpredictable selves? In our cover story, Aja Romano looks to the movies to root out American fear. Films have long served as a mirror for our collective anxieties about the unfamiliar, powerlessness, and environmental breakdown. From Godzilla and other monsters of our own making to Psycho’s Norman Bates to Get Out’s unsuspecting boyfriend Chris, the villains and protagonists of our favorite horror movies serve as a proxy for us, lumbering through a century of war, social unrest, and tectonic change. Housing reporter Jerusalem Demsas asks what it means that things that go bump in the night have the power to affect housing prices (even if they’re only in our heads), creating a cottage industry of businesses that “cleanse” homes of untoward spirits and warn homebuyers of a house’s unseemly past. And Luke Winkie went to another sort of haunted house: New York’s Blood Manor, a seasonal scare-fest where he sought to learn what it feels like to venture out in search of thrills when one’s year has already been defined by fear. Finally, Terry Nguyen traces the culture’s voyeuristic obsession with “botched” plastic surgery that punishes women for bad work even as it demands artificiality, and Chris Chafin relives the mainstreaming of scary thrills for kids in the ’80s and ’90s. This month’s issue is fun, funny, and tinged with the idea that fear is an American obsession. We hope you enjoy it. Carlos Basabe for Vox The horror century The scariest movies have always been a dark mirror on Americans’ deepest fears and anxieties. By Aja Romano Zac Freeland/Vox House isn’t selling? Blame the ghosts. (coming Tuesday) Realtor? Check. Appraiser? Check. Ghostbuster? Check. By Jerusalem Demsas Michael Delrosso/Courtesy of Blood Manor Can a haunted house even scare us in 2021? (coming Wednesday) When a pandemic rages just outside our doors, maybe escapism is all we can hope for. By Luke Winkie Beth Hoeckel for Vox The morbid appeal of “botched” plastic surgery (coming Thursday) Cosmetic procedures are on the rise. So is our voyeuristic fascination with how they go wrong. By Terry Nguyen Getty Images/iStockphoto The age of monsters (coming Friday) In the ’80s and ’90s, kids’ media was full of murder and mayhem. What changed? By Chris Chafin
A history of the Trump-McCain feud (2019)
President Donald Trump and the late Sen. John McCain's family continue a public feud even after the senator's death.
Oklahoma State, Penn State, Clemson among teams falling in NCAA Re-Rank 1-130
Oklahoma State, Penn State and Clemson were among the teams dropping significant places in this week's college football NCAA Re-Rank 1-130.
Video catches shocking moment paragliders collide, tumble into ocean
The mishap was captured on video in a nail-biting, 27-second clip, which a spectator recorded on their cellphone.
J Balvín apologizes, deletes music video out of 'respect' after backlash over 'racist' depictions
J Balvín apologized for his controversial music video, which is facing backlash for its "racist" and "misogynistic" depiction of Black women.
Moderna says its Covid-19 vaccine was well-tolerated and generated robust immune response in children ages 6 to 11
Interim results of a Phase 2/3 trial showed Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine was well-tolerated and generated a robust immune response in children ages 6 to 11, the company said Monday.
What led to the military takeover in Sudan
Trump ally's voter fraud tip payout goes to man who reported GOP voter
A poll worker named Eric Frank was paid $25,000 by Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, from the governor's own campaign account, after Frank reported a Republican voter in Pennsylvania for trying to vote twice in the 2020 election. Neither Gov. Patrick's office nor campaign responded to multiple requests for comment.
Can Private Equity Improve Dog Food Sales?
Two buyout firms join forces to share control of an up-and-coming German pet supplies company.
Bryan Greenberg and Jamie Chung welcome twins
Bryan Greenberg and his wife Jamie Chung have welcomed twins.
Jolie glitters at Rome Film Fest
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie walks the red carpet at the Rome Film Fest for director Chloé Zhao's Marvel adventure, "Eternals." (Oct. 25)
3 children found abandoned in an apartment with another child's remains in Texas, sheriff says
Sheriff's deputies in Houston made a horrifying discovery in an apartment Sunday: three children who they say were abandoned with the decaying body of another child inside.
‘Squid Game’ apps are infecting devices with malware viruses: report
With the "Squid Game" craze sweeping the globe, cyber criminals are scrambling to cash in on unsuspecting fans of Netflix's hyper-violent Korean hit series.
Robert Saleh had his ‘welcome to the Jets’ moment in blowout Patriots loss
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Jets got destroyed on Sunday, 54-13, by the Patriots and now must pick up the pieces at 1-5 without injured quarterback Zach Wilson. Here are some thoughts and observations from the game: 1. NFL coaches are very proud, confident people. They would not have reached the top of their profession without...
Powerful storm moves into Southern California after record rainfall to the north
Rain was already falling on San Luis Obispo County early Monday, and evacuations were ordered near the Alisal fire zone in Santa Barbara County.
The Halloween candy that debuted the decade you were born
Here’s a list of Halloween candy that was released in the decade you were born.
Snoop Dogg mourns his mother Beverly Tate
Snoop Dogg announced that his mother, Beverly Tate, has died.
Snoop Dogg mourns his mother Beverly Tate
Snoop Dogg announced that his mother, Beverly Tate, has died.
German Islamic State Convert Jailed for Death of Girl She Bought As Slave
The case of Jennifer Wenisch is one of the first trials related to crimes against Yazidis.
CNN's Brian Stelter hosts segment calling for reporters to cover Republicans differently than Democrats
CNN’s Brian Stelter invited Los Angeles Times columnist Jackie Calmes on his weekly media program on Sunday to declare that journalists need to stop covering the country's two political parties equally because the modern Republicans don't “really care if government works well.”
Woman Discovers Dog Is Sneakily Drinking Her Coffee Every Time She Leaves the Room
One dog owner suspected her Dachshund was drinking her coffee, so she set up a hidden camera to catch the pet in the act.
Watch Khabib Nurmagomedov celebrate Fedor Emelianenko's KO of Tim Johnson at Bellator 269
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COVID-19 live updates: Former CDC head 'very encouraged' by US data
As the COVID-19 pandemic has swept the globe, more than 4.9 million people have died from the disease worldwide, including over 735,000 Americans.
ER nurses who met during pandemic get engaged in epic proposal
Two Georgia ER nurses who met and fell in love during the Covid-19 pandemic got engaged in an epic surprise atop their hospital's helipad.
Jeremy Piven loses $20K worth of clothes after home was burglarized
Perpetrators reportedly smashed one of Piven's windows and took off with $20,000 worth of clothes while the "Entourage" star was out of town earlier this week.
Western US facing rain, mountain snow this week
The biggest weather story this week will be the incredible rain and mountain snow that’s setting up across the West.