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Bears TE Jimmy Graham retweeted a stat about Chicago's historically bad offensive performance

An unbelievable stat about the Chicago Bears' historically bad offensive performance Sunday curiously caught the attention of Jimmy Graham.       
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Gabby Petito’s dad doesn’t expect closure from Brian Laundrie’s notebook
Gabby Petito's grieving dad, Joe Petito, has said he doesn't expect any closure to come from what may be written in Brian Laundrie's recovered notebook.
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No complaints of unsafe conditions on the 'Rust' set were sent to the state's safety bureau
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United States issues its 1st passport with 'X' gender marker
The United States has issued its first passport with an “X” gender designation — a milestone in the recognition of the rights of people who don’t identify as male or female
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Caitlyn Jenner Defends Dave Chappelle Amid ‘The Closer’ Netflix Controversy: “Woke Cancel Culture Run Amok”
In a new video, Chappelle blamed the recent backlash on "corporate interests."
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'Rust' actor describes ‘life-threatening’ shootout scene before fatal accident involving Alec Baldwin
An actor who was in a different scene involving firearms on the set of the movie “Rust” is speaking out about his “life-threatening” experience.
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20 products under $25 that help organize your laundry room
We enlisted organizing experts to help us pick the best products for organizing a laundry room, all priced at under $25.
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Loudoun County school board member calls for superintendent to resign for pushing trans policy
A member of the Loudoun County School Board in Virginia has joined concerned parents and students in calling for the resignation of Superintendent Scott Ziegler in the wake of an email that surfaced last week. 
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The U.S. Should Rethink Public-Service Loan Forgiveness
Biden’s tweaks to the long-struggling program have some value. But a deeper reimagining would be even more worthwhile.
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Child Finds Massive Venomous Snake Hiding in School Backpack
Snake catcher Gianni Hodgson told Newsweek it was one of the more unusual places he had found one of the slithery reptiles.
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US asks UK court to allow Julian Assange to face espionage charges in US
The United States asked Britain’s High Court on Wednesday to overturn a judge’s decision that Julian Assange should not be sent to the United States to face espionage charges, promising that the WikiLeaks founder would be able to serve any prison sentence he receives in his native Australia.
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Column: Exxon Mobil is using a bizarre Texas court rule to harass its global warming critics
Exxon is exploiting a unique Texas courthouse procedure to intimidate global warming activists.
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What's on TV Wednesday: 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' on The CW; 'The Wonder Years' on ABC
What to watch Wednesday, October 27: 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' on The CW; 'The Wonder Years' on ABC; 'Nova: Universe Revealed' on PBS; World Series
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How Republicans used Senate delays to make changes at U.S. product safety regulator. Critics call it a ‘power grab’ that puts public at risk.
Slow confirmations are common but rarely play out with such clear consequences.
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The Supreme Court should hesitate before striding into this free speech minefield
An federal appeals court judge's dissent makes for exhilarating reading and points the way for a sensible ruling.
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Enjoy Southern hospitality at the most-visited winery in the U.S.
Biltmore Estate is one of the most popular destinations in the U.S., and it includes the the most-visited winery in the country. Here's how to make the most of a visit.      
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Your new Glenn Youngkin-approved AP English curriculum!
“The Sun Also Rises” — offensive to flat-Earthers!
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Why an L.A. novelist made her immortal Black protagonist an L.A. Times reporter
Natashia Deón talks about her second novel, "The Perishing," a complicated, fantastical ode — and in some ways a requiem — to her native city.
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Road might get tougher without LeBron: Takeaways from Lakers' win over Spurs
Here are five takeaways from the Lakers' 125-121 overtime win against the Spurs on Tuesday in San Antonio.
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Kevin Kelley is here to break college football. Unless college football breaks him first.
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How to connect with a teen son as he continues to change
Sometimes, we forget how to connect with our changing children. Here’s how to come together.
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Don’t dismiss clearance plants at the garden center. With a little love, they can flourish.
Fall is the perfect time for planting, so hit up the clearance tables now for perennials, roses, ornamental grasses and more.
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French missing-person thriller ‘Only the Animals’ follows a tangled web of interconnected lives
Tense crime drama centers on the disappearance of a women during a snowstorm.
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‘Locke & Key’: How Eden And Gabe’s Villainous Duo “Rose to the Occasion”
Griffin Gluck and Hallea Jones discuss tackling the baddies of Season 2.
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The latest on the "Rust" shooting investigation
The Santa Fe County Sheriff's office will give an update on the investigation into the shooting incident on movie set "Rust." Follow here for the latest news updates.
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Former Facebook auditor says whistleblower’s claims have 'revived’ civil rights concerns
Laura Murphy called the allegations “deeply disturbing to the civil rights groups that called for and participated in its audit.”
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Boris Johnson thinks he doesn't need business. It's a huge gamble
Boris Johnson's government has just laid out its annual tax and spending plans with a clear central theme: building back better after the pandemic.
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Boris Johnson thinks he doesn't need business. It's a huge gamble
Boris Johnson's government has just laid out its annual tax and spending plans with a clear central theme: building back better after the pandemic.
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'Dune Part 2': Release Date And What to Expect From Denis Villeneuve's Epic
Legendary and Warner Brothers have confirmed it has greenlit a sequel to Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of "Dune" which will focus on the second half of Frank Herbert's book.
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In the Va. governor’s race, ‘Beloved’ is reduced to its most explicit parts. That’s obscene.
Toni Morrison’s 1987 classic has sparked debate in the Virginia governor’s race about what public school students should read.
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Khabib Nurmagomedov: UFC 267's Islam Makhachev is 'top-10 in pound-for-pound right now'
Khabib Nurmagomedov thinks Islam Makhachev will put on an eye-opening performance against Dan Hooker at UFC 267.       Related StoriesKhabib Nurmagomedov: UFC 267's Islam Makhachev is 'top-10 in pound-for-pound right now' - EnclosureUFC president Dana White OK with fighter's bigoted 'terrorist' taunt toward Afghan opponentUFC president Dana White OK with fighter's bigoted 'terrorist' taunt toward Afghan opponent - Enclosure 
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New York AG issues warning about candy with 'dangerously high concentrations of THC'
New York Attorney General Letitia James issued a warning to parents about cannabis products with high levels of THC that look like candy.       
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Heisman Trophy race coalesces around five quarterbacks in Week 8 QB rankings
The race for the Heisman Trophy has coalesced around five quarterbacks with a legitimate chance at the greatest individual honor in college sports.       
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Reconciliation Bill Fight Leaves Democrats, GOP Haunted by Obamacare Ghosts
Democrats could face difficult midterm elections next year as they struggle to pass a key social spending package.
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'Medicane' storm tears through southern Italy, flooding streets and leaving two dead
Southern Italy is bracing for two more days of devastating rain and flash flooding, as a 'medicane' storm that has deluged streets and killed two people continues to barrel through the region.
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New York City-area kayaker found dead after trying to cross waters ahead of nor’easter: report
A 45-year-old kayaker has been found dead by the Coast Guard after reportedly trying to paddle across waters near New York City in darkness ahead of a nor’easter that battered the region.
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Kansas ‘cult’ leaders separated children from their parents and forced them into unpaid labor, feds say
Prosecutors charged eight United Nation of Islam leaders with conspiracy and forced labor in connection with the alleged abuse that took place from 2000 to 2012, according to an indictment unsealed Tuesday.
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Haters Unite, a Man Has Made a Pizza Including Base and Toppings Entirely From Pineapple
The budding chef shared a clip to his YouTube account of the unique recipe, which has divided opinion online.
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More than 470,000 without power in Massachusetts after devastating nor’easter
More than 470,000 people are without power in Massachusetts Wednesday morning as a nor'easter pounded the region with fierce winds and heavy flooding.
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The inauspicious similarities between Robert Saleh’s debut and the early Adam Gase era
If Jets fans are feeling a little déjà vu, you can’t blame them. The start of Robert Saleh’s tenure with the Jets feels remarkably like the start of Adam Gase’s tenure with the Jets in 2019. We all know how it ended up going with Gase; just bringing up his name makes Jets fans angry....
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Judge says men killed by Kyle Rittenhouse should't be called 'victims' during trial
A Wisconsin Judge ruled Monday that the men shot and killed by Kyle Rittenhouse during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year should be referred as "rioters" or "looters," during the trial and not as "victims". CNN's John Berman and Laura Jarrett discuss.
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The outstanding issues are still outstanding and a deal on Biden's agenda needs to happen today
Democrats seemed to move further apart over the course of the last 24 hours, laying bare the very real risk that President Joe Biden will fall short in his effort to secure an agreement before he arrives on the global stage later this week.
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Author Michael Lewis on COVID-19 deaths and processing grief after losing a loved one
Bestselling author Michael Lewis joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss his book "The Premonition: A Pandemic Story," and what he's learned about living with and processing grief after the death of his 19-year-old daughter, Dixie Lewis, earlier this year.
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Top-level pro soccer player Josh Cavallo comes out as gay, encouraging others they're 'not alone'
Australian soccer player Josh Cavallo came out as gay Wednesday, releasing a video statement on Twitter. He said he hopes to evoke change in sports.       
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‘Rust’ producers reportedly lawyer up after fatal on-set shooting
The producers of Alec Baldwin’s film "Rust" have reportedly hired powerhouse law firm Jenner & Block to interview cast and crew about the accidental, fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
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McDonald's gets a big boost from higher prices, celebrities and chicken
Higher menu prices, celebrity meals and chicken sandwiches helped boost McDonald's sales in the third quarter.
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2023 Corvette Z06 extends legend with radical new engine, 2.6-second 0-60 dash
The latest Corvette from GM, with its 670-horsepower engine, summons the ghosts of eight decades of performance design and engineering.      
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This exec was central to banning Trump on Twitter. Now she's facing thorny issues in democracies abroad
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Woman in Thailand high-rise cuts rope holding painters
Thai police say a resident of a high-rise condominium near Bangkok cut the support rope for two painters, apparently angry she wasn’t told they would be doing work, and left them hanging above the 26th floor until a couple rescued them
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