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Bannon delivers damaging testimony in trial of longtime Trump adviser Stone

President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign CEO Steve Bannon delivered potentially damaging testimony on Friday against Roger Stone, describing communicating with Trump's longtime adviser about WikiLeaks despite Stone's denials and saying he believed Stone "had a relationship" with the website's founder.
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Trial to begin on Virginia governor’s plan to remove Robert E. Lee statue
A trial is scheduled to begin in Virginia on Monday in a lawsuit by a group of residents seeking to prevent Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam from removing a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. The Richmond residents filed the suit after the governor ordered the removal of the 21-foot bronze equestrian sculpture on historic...
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Supreme Court agrees to hear challenges to Trump immigration policies
The Supreme Court will likely hear the two cases in 2021, though a change in presidential administrations could render the disputes moot.
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Steph Curry praises ‘beautiful’ wife Ayesha after blonde hair reveal
No one is a bigger fan of Ayesha Curry's lighter locks than husband Steph.
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Bruce Willis reprises iconic role for commercial
Star actor Bruce Willis reprised his role as John McLane from Die Hard for a car battery commercial.
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Elliott Gould reflects on past marriage to Barbra Streisand: ‘She became more important than us’
The actor and the singer/actress were the It couple of the 1960s.
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Cody Bellinger dislocated shoulder celebrating huge Dodgers homer
Cody Bellinger probably needs to be more careful with his home run celebrations during the World Series. The 2019 NL MVP ripped the go-ahead homer in the seventh inning and then caught the final out of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 4-3 clinching victory in Game 7 of the NLCS against the Atlanta Braves. Between those...
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Maskless Woman on Plane Deliberately Coughs on Passengers: 'Everybody Dies'
An irate, maskless woman began spitting on fellow airline passengers and screaming "everybody dies" during an EasyJet flight Sunday.
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A week after Covid-19 vaccine trial goes on pause, Johnson & Johnson and FDA won't reveal critical details
Despite repeated claims they're committed to transparency, Johnson & Johnson and the US Food and Drug Administration still aren't revealing crucial details one week after the pharmaceutical giant's Covid-19 vaccine trial went on pause.
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Poland to open temporary hospital at Warsaw national stadium
WARSAW – Poland is opening a field hospital at Warsaw’s landmark national stadium and will bring in the army to handle drive-through coronavirus testing facilities amid a surge in new infections that threatens to overwhelm the healthcare system. Officials said the Law and Justice (PiS) government was in talks with private medical facilities to provide...
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Pennsylvania Could Be 'Florida of 2020' With Post-Election Day Court Battles, Lawyers Warn
A number of court decisions have determined how the state's voters can cast their ballots in November's election amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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The answer isn’t court-packing. It’s legislating.
Democrats have a chance to establish a new governing Democratic majority.
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Surfer Bethany Hamilton is pregnant with third child
"Grateful for more family fun to come!!!"
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NASCAR: Joey Logano wins Kansas to qualify for series finale
Joey Logano booked a spot in NASCAR's championship race with a win at Kansas Speedway. The Team Penske driver will be looking to win his second title since 2018.
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Miranda Devine: Hunter Biden scandal -- How the NY Times, CNN, others, run protection for the Biden campaign
For three days, Joe Biden refused to say a word about The New York Post’s exclusive stories last week linking him to his son Hunter’s business deals in Ukraine and China.
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China overtakes US as world’s biggest box office in 2020
China has surpassed the US in movie ticket sales for the first time ever, making it the world’s biggest box office, according to new data. Year-to-date movie ticket sales in China climbed to $1.99 billion on Sunday, topping the US total of $1.94 billion, according to Asian film consultancy data Artisan Gateway. The gap is...
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Top Corbyn Ally Abbott: 'We All Hope and Pray' That 'Racist Trump' Loses U.S. Election
“We all have to hope and pray” that Donald Trump loses the election in November, Labour's outspoken Diane Abbott has said.
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The only Jets Joe Douglas shouldn’t trade as sell-off begins
The Jets dropped to 0-6 on Sunday with another embarrassing loss, this one a 24-0 defeat to the Dolphins. Here are some thoughts and observations from the game: 1. The CBS cameras caught Jets general manager Joe Douglas burying his face in his hands during Sunday’s debacle, but Douglas was not sitting on his hands...
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Impact of "restorative practices" in schools
A recent report by the Open Society Institute in Baltimore looked into the city's intensive "restorative practices" program, which aims to improve school climates in part by building better relationships between students and teachers. Karen Webber, director of the Education and Youth Development program at the Open Society Institute-Baltimore, joined CBSN with more.
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Georgia police seek answers in shotgun killing of honor student, 13
Georgia homicide detectives are trying to determine why a 13-year-old honor student was shot to death in front of his home by a man with a shotgun.
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Google's search evolution from oracle to advertiser
Compare Google search engine results over nearly two decades and a trend emerges: Results are filled with advertising and non-Google results are lower down.
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D.C. adds eight ‘high-risk’ states to list requiring arrivals to quarantine
A state is considered high-risk if its average number of new coronavirus cases is 10 or more per 100,000 people.
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Flight from the Cities: Home Builder Sentiment Jumps to All-Time Record High
Homebuilder confidence set a record high for the third consecutive month.
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For Fans Hungry For Baseball, Taiwanese Announcer Made Right Call In Unusual Season
Since 2014, Richard Wang has called Major League Baseball games in Chinese for fans in Taiwan. When COVID-19 delayed the MLB season, he had a chance to bring Taiwan baseball to the world in English.
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3 Women Health-Care Heroes: From Iceland's Top Doc To A Village Protector In India
The world is fortunate to have many dedicated professionals dedicated to combating the coronavirus. Here are portraits of three women from far corners of the globe who are playing a key role.
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The oil industry is in crisis. ConocoPhillips is doubling down
Despite the gloom-and-doom in the oil industry and the specter of a blue wave in Washington, ConocoPhillips is doubling down on crude by making a major acquisition.
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Nikola Shares Recover Some Losses as Investors Await General Motors Deal
General Motors and Nikola have been in ongoing talks about a potential partnership deal worth $2 billion.
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Could this be the cure to our plastic problem?
Newlight Technologies has developed an innovative, biodegradable plastic alternative that can capture greenhouse gases and won't pollute our oceans. It's called AirCarbon.
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Sacha Baron Cohen explains how he crashed Pence speech dressed as Trump
Actor Sacha Baron Cohen says he has "had a longstanding distaste for the president," but that didn't stop him from impersonating him.
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CVS hiring 15,000 as it braces for more COVID-19 cases this fall
CVS Health said Monday it is hiring 15,000 people to administer COVID-19 tests and flu vaccinations as it prepares for an expected surge in cases this fall and winter. More than 10,000 of the new hires will be licensed pharmacy technicians who can give COVID-19 tests — and who the company hopes will also be...
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Tyler Glasnow makes the World Series, adding to the Hart High baseball tradition
Former Hart High pitcher Tyler Glasnow is expected to start for the Tampa Bay Rays this week when they play the Dodgers in the World Series.
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Doreen Montalvo, ‘In the Heights’ actress, dead at 56
She died from a sudden illness.
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Supreme Court to review Trump’s border wall funding and ‘remain-in-Mexico’ program
The Trump administration had asked the court to intervene in both cases because of lower courts have ruled against its policies.
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U. of Oregon President Says He Will Defy Executive Order on Critical Race Theory
University of Oregon President Michael H. Schill announced on Friday that the university will not comply with President Donald Trump's executive order on critical race theory. In a recent communication to the university communist, Schill wrote: "I am writing to let you know, unequivocally, that the recent executive order that seeks to ban federal contractors from discussing certain concepts during diversity training will not deter us from this important work."
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Russia Sets Record for New COVID Cases While Sweden Considers Lockdowns After Infections Rise
Russian health officials confirmed nearly 16,000 new virus cases between Sunday and Monday, the largest single-day increase recorded since the onset of the pandemic.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci says he's not surprised Trump got COVID, says president avoids masks as 'statement of strength'
"I think deep down, he believes in science.," Fauci said of Trump. "If he didn't, he would not have entrusted his health" to the Walter Reed doctors.        
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Paramount Pictures worker who barricaded himself inside Hollywood studio detained, police say
The LAPD said a "sexual assault suspect" was taken into custody after barricading himself inside a building at Paramount Studios in Hollywood,.        
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Zac Efron celebrates 33rd birthday in Australia with girlfriend Vanessa Valladares
Efron threw himself a birthday bash.
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Colorado wildfires force thousands to evacuate, blaze 'just exploded' to 8,700 acres
Thousands of residents in Colorado have been forced to flee from a fast-moving wildfire that's already destroyed dozens of homes, according to officials. 
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Adele “Terrified” to Host ‘SNL’ on October 24
Adele Will Assume Hosting Duties On This Week's Saturday Night Live, With Musical Guest H.E.R.
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NYT Publishes Op-ed Glorifying Louis Farrakhan Million Man March
The New York Times on Saturday published an op-ed piece glorifying Louis Farrakhan’s Million Man March and failed to mention the Nation of Islam's anti-Semitism, prompting former staffer Bari Weiss to condemn the newspaper for presenting him as a "gentleman" and for ignoring "Jew hate."
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Coronavirus surge "just exploded" in rural Midwest
Doctors and health officials in small towns worry that infections may overwhelm communities with limited medical resources.
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Fans compare Hailey Baldwin’s Justin Bieber tattoo to Selena Gomez’s ring
The model's tribute to her husband seems a bit familiar.
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Anti-Trump Protesters Pretend to Eat Bloodied Heart of President, Burn American Flag
A Twitter user posted a video of the scene after conflicting political protests hit Boston's Copley Square on Sunday afternoon.
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Jonathan Martinez still won't call anyone out, but wants to be known
Take a look inside Jonathan Martinez's win over Thomas Almeida at UFC on ESPN+ 38 in Abu Dhabi.       Related StoriesAfter a 51-second walk-through, Said Nurmagomedov says he'd fight again this weekMaxim Grishin: Win over Gadzhimurad Antigulov was a foregone conclusionGillian Robertson laments first UFC decision, but ready for Antonina Shevchenko 
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Senate Committee Schedules Hearing for Trump FCC Nominee Nathan Simington
The Senate Commerce Committee has scheduled a hearing for Nathan Simington, Donald Trump's nominee for Federal Communications Commission (FCC) commissioner, a crucial appointment in the battle against Big Tech censorship.
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Latest wellness trend has people hugging cows to relieve stress
In the increasingly hectic and stressful year of 2020, people are seeking calm wherever they can find it — from frolicking through the fields to adopting plants. But now there’s another natural way to restore your cortisol levels: cow-hugging. People in several parts of the world have begun to embrace the alleged wellness trend, which...
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Christopher Cross details coronavirus battle, Guillain-Barré diagnosis
Christopher Cross detailed the lasting effects of his coronavirus diagnosis in a recent interview.
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Bucs put league on notice with huge win over Packers
What I'm Hearing: USA TODAY Sports' Jarrett Bell was in Tampa Bay for the Bucs' 38-10 win over the Packers and discusses its significance moving forward.        
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