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Broncos throttle Jets 26-0 for first 3-0 start since 2016

Von Miller led a Denver defense that sacked Zach Wilson five times, intercepted him twice and limited the rookie to 160 yards passing in the Broncos' 26-0 win over the New York Jets on Sunday.
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JoJo Siwa says Jenna Johnson is helping her find ‘happiness’ amid breakup
Following Monday's "DWTS," Siwa referred to Johnson as her older sister. "One thing that she’s done for me is made me happy with being me," she gushed.
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Ciara gives Russell Wilson something to celebrate amid Seahawks’ struggles
Wilson was focused on celebrating the singer, who turned 36 on Monday — the day before Seattle suffered a 13-10 loss to New Orleans.
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New Jersey home’s Halloween display ripped over ‘ghost’ resembling KKK member
The Toms River-area NAACP chapter told The Post its looking into the matter and reported the display and its problematic imagery to local prosecutors.
Dog's Sassy Reaction to Owner Rejecting Her Kisses Has Internet in Stitches
A viral video showing a dog's very sassy reaction to being ignored by her owner has been watched nearly 25 million times.
TikTok’s Ali Abulaban ‘bugged’ daughter’s iPad before alleged murders
A TikTok star accused of shooting dead his wife and her male friend in a San Diego high-rise had allegedly bugged his daughter’s iPad hours earlier in a bid to catch them together.
Tom Brady says Bucs' fan 'lost all of his leverage' after handing back 600th TD ball: 'He should've held it'
Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan Byron Kennedy handed Tom Brady’s 600th touchdown ball back to team staff after wide receiver Mike Evans mistakenly gave the historic ball away but even Brady believes Kennedy should’ve held out a little longer.
After a Year of ‘Rampant’ Cheating, Elite Bridge Tries to Clean Up
As the pandemic forced most players online, the problem of cheating consumed the game’s highest levels. Top players say a tight-lipped culture is finally changing.
Banks, financial firms ask White House to drop IRS reporting rule
The letter from 99 banking and financial groups called on the White House to find another means to close the tax gap -- ​the difference between what people owe and what they pay.
'Needle spiking' in bars, clubs sparks new sexual assault concerns
"Vulnerable" and "violated" is how a United Kingdom student described feeling after being a recent "needle spiking" victim at a Nottingham nightclub.
Mainstream morning news ignores massive migrant caravan heading to US border
A massive migrant caravan left the town of Huehuetán in the south of Mexico Monday on the third day of their trek toward the U.S. southern border, but anyone who relies on mainstream morning news would have no idea.
Fans are outraged that Zendaya is in ‘Dune’ for only 7 minutes
Zendaya was featured in most of the promotional materials for the movie as an A-list actress, alongside her co-star Timothée Chalamet.
Soccer legend Paul Scholes mocked over bizarre video of him biting daughter’s toes
The Manchester United legend became a trending Twitter topic Tuesday after his 20-year-old daughter shared a video of him biting her toenails.
Making Breast Cancer Care More Inclusive
Dr. Laura Esserman is aiming to increase awareness and education about clinical trials among Black women, who already have a deep mistrust of the medical system
Energy crisis will set off social unrest, private-equity billionaire warns
Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman warned Tuesday that high energy prices will likely set off social unrest around the world.
Julianna Margulies Responds to Criticism of Her Playing a Lesbian Character on ‘The Morning Show’: “We’re Actors”
"Who's to say I haven't had my own gay experiences? We're making assumptions."
Does Saoirse Ronan Really Sing in 'The French Dispatch'?
In a film filled with superstars, Saoirse Ronan steals her scene by showcasing her singing abilities in Wes Anderson's new movie "The French Dispatch"
Record rainfall drenches drought-stricken California and douses wildfires
A powerful storm that swept through California set rainfall records and greatly reduces the chances of additional wildfires in a region that has borne the brunt of another devastating year of blazes.
WorldView: Protests in Sudan after military coup; U.S. blames Iran for drone attack
Demonstrators took to the streets around Sudan's capital city after the country's top general seized power in a military coup. Meanwhile, a U.S. official said a drone attack on a military outpost in Syria where U.S. troops are based is believed to have been carried out by Iran, and a diplomatic crisis between Turkey and Western nations appears to have been narrowly averted. Also, Japan's Princess Mako married her commoner boyfriend and forfeited her royal status following unusual scrutiny and criticism of the engagement. CBS News' Haley Ott joined "CBSN AM" from London with those international stories.
Joywave Drummer Discovers Live Scorpions in Package
Paul Brenner of the indie band from Rochester, New York, found a nasty surprise in a clothing delivery.
Social media star faces backlash over ‘vile’ post about late father
Jayne Rivera, from Miami, Florida, is a TikTok star who has gained popularity through her fashion, travel and swimwear posts.
Is ‘Last Night In Soho’ on HBO Max or Netflix? When Will the Edgar Wright Movie Be Streaming?
1960s London is scarier than you think.
What is the citizen's arrest law at the heart of the trial over Ahmaud Arbery's death?
Law professor Joseph Margulies explains how the now-repealed Georgia statute came about — and how its interpretation could decide the fate of the three men accused of Arbery's murder.
Claire Vaye Watkins’s new novel approaches motherhood — with a torch
In “I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness,” a conflicted new mother abandons her child and husband.
Build Back Better is getting worse and worse
Democrats are at risk of producing legislation that is so compromised and slapdash that it would amount to a tragic missed opportunity.
Taiwan Tells Citizens 'Don't Be Dismayed' By WSJ Report on Low Troop Morale
The damning report found many conscripts and reserves who felt their short duration of training left them and their countrymen unprepared for conflict.
Iranians Face Hours-Long Wait for Gas After Cyberattack Closes Most of Country's Stations
The attack also suspended the functionality of the government-issued electronic cards that many residents rely on to purchase subsidized fuel at gas pumps.
Man Celebrating 21st Birthday on Boat Drowns After Falling Overboard
Aspiring fashion designer Trevon Darling had planned a birthday celebration for friends and family.
Democrats on the ‘Verge of Something Major,’ Pelosi Says of Budget Talks
House Democrats huddled Tuesday morning, seeking to resolve critical disputes in budget negotiations. An emerging compromise could spend around $1.75 trillion over 10 years.
The best sales to shop today: Apple TV, Sun Joe, ThirdLove and more
Today, you'll find a deal on the previous-gen version of our upgrade pick for best streaming device, discounted Toms boots and savings on organic mattresses by Avocado. All that and more below.
Orangutan is pregnant with twins at New Orleans zoo
A critically endangered Sumatran orangutan at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, Louisiana, is expecting twins this winter. It will be her first offspring. Credit: Audubon Zoo via Storyful
Joe Manchin Says He's Approached About Switching to GOP Everyday, 'Would Be Much Easier'
"This position, I wouldn't wish it on anybody," Manchin said when asked about all the attention he's received amid reconciliation negotiations.
Jim Caviezel recites Mel Gibson’s ‘Braveheart’ battle cry at QAnon conference
"Fight, and you may die. Run, and you'll live — at least a while," Caviezel recited at the “For God & Country: Patriot Double Down” conference, rallying the far-right crowd to fight for their freedom.
Spinning Back Clique: On Fedor's next fight, Paulo Costa and Nate Diaz's UFC futures, and more
Check out this week’s “Spinning Back Clique,” MMA Junkie’s weekly show that takes a spin through the biggest topics in mixed martial arts.       Related StoriesSpinning Back Clique: On Fedor's next fight, Paulo Costa and Nate Diaz's UFC futures, and more - EnclosureJamie Pickett worked past mental hurdle to get first UFC winTabatha Ricci on a dream-come-true first UFC win – and a petition for her 'Baby Shark'
The ‘biggest surprise’ about Bengals becoming NFL’s breakout team
If the playoffs were to start this week, Cincinnati (5-2) would be the top seed in the AFC.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Reflection of You’ On Netflix, A Korean Drama Where An Artist Unravels When The Past Comes Back To Haunt Her
There are more than a few mysteries in the first installment of this K-drama.
Some Unsolicited Career Advice for Gen Z Graduates
The questions a side-parting, skinny-jeans wearing Millennial wishes she’d asked at the start of her job search.
Bet on more struggles ahead for Penn State, Boston College
This college football season has been one of the strangest in recent memory. Each week there are several teams that simply do not play well after quality showings the week before.
Landslides, flooding: Photos show aftermath of 'bomb cyclone' after it slams West Coast
Parts of the West Coast were hit by record-breaking rain and strong winds over the weekend. These images show the devastation left behind.
Cat's Hilarious Reaction to Halloween Skeleton Cat Viewed 48 Million Times
While the majority of fans found the clip funny, a small minority felt the owner's actions were "mean" and "abuse."
Justice Department announces 150 arrests in operation targeting international darknet opioid trafficking
The Justice Department announced on Tuesday the arrest of 150 individuals accused of participating in international darknet opioid trafficking as part of a law enforcement operation that also resulted in the seizure of weapons, drugs and more than $31 million in cash and virtual currencies.
Blackburn bill would exempt essential workers from firing for defying COVID vaccine mandates
Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn rolled out a measure Tuesday that would protect essential workers from being fired due to federal COVID-19 vaccine mandates, making them exempt from President Biden's executive order.
Meat plant workers at Tyson Foods reach 96 percent vaccination rate
The Arkansas-based meat-processing giant issued an edict on Aug. 3 that required employees to be vaccinated within three months.
Floyd Mayweather backs Nets' Kyrie Irving amid vaccine fallout: 'America is the land of the free'
Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. strongly voiced his support for Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving on social media Monday amid his absence from the team over his vaccine status, commending him for “having some integrity and being your own man.”
The Facebook Crisis in India Might Be the Worst Facebook Crisis of All
Facebook didn’t just let misinformation spread in India. It actively granted impunity to the worst offenders.
Christina Haack cozies up to Joshua Hall after ex Tarek El Moussa’s wedding
The "Christina on the Coast" star is focusing on her engagement to Hall just days after her ex-husband married a "Selling Sunset" star.
A parent’s perspective on the ‘troubled teen industry’
Congress needs to create federal standards to protect the vulnerable kids in these programs.
HBO Max Europe — How to Sign Up, Where You Can Watch
HBO Max is going worldwide with HBO Max Europe bringing plenty of new shows and movies to screens outside of the U.S.
Is ‘The Town’ Based on a True Story?
Here's what to know about the origins of Ben Affleck's crime thriller.