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As Georgia Sees Record Early Voter Turnout, Poll Shows 77 Percent Plan to Cast Election Ballots in Person
Just 18 percent of individuals who participated in a New York Times/Sienna College survey, conducted during Georgia's first week of in-person early voting, said they planned to cast ballots by mail.
Obama to hit trail for Biden, takes to airwaves for Senate Democrats
Obama is starring in new campaign commercials for Democrats locked in key Senate races, as the party hopes to win back the majority in the chamber for the first time in six years.
Maskless Californians will be allowed to vote at the polls, officials say
Maskless Californians who show up to the polls to vote next month will be allowed to cast their ballot, according to a Tuesday report.
Three possible explanations for Trump's bonkers campaign strategy
With two weeks left until Election Day, President Trump's campaign strategy -- attacking Dr. Fauci and sending energizing messages to conspiracy theorists and racists -- is defying common sense, writes Frida Ghitis.
Top Marine general removed after being investigated over use of a racial slur
The U.S. Marine Corps general in charge of Marines in Europe and Africa has been relieved of command for the alleged use of a racial slur, according to a U.S. official.
iPhone 12 and 12 Pro first impressions: It's zippier, with an amazing camera
The phone is slightly zippier than previous models, the feel is different but the cameras trumps all else, since it's truly new and improved
British rocker Spencer Davis, bandleader behind 'Gimme Some Lovin' dead at 81
After the Spencer Davis Group disbanded in 1969, Davis launched a brief solo career, moving to California, before he later became a record executive.
Meadows: Trump didn't order declassification of Russia probe documents
The White House chief of staff said Trump's tweets about the Russia probe this month "were not self-executing declassification orders."
Glenn Greenwald blasts media ‘cone of silence’ around Hunter Biden’s emails
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald ripped what he labelled the mainstream media’s “cone of silence” for failing to report on The Post’s expose last week that revealed Hunter Biden’s business dealings with Ukraine and China and the connection to his father, Joe Biden. “Is there a single journalist willing to say with a straight face...
Cowboys already turning on Mike McCarthy and his staff
Mike McCarthy has lost his starting quarterback and he may be losing his locker room, too. The first-year Cowboys coach couldn’t have scripted a worse start. His team is 2-4, his defense is a disaster, Dak Prescott is out for the season and now unnamed players are criticizing his staff. One player told NFL Network...
Listen to bear sound off in Yosemite tree: Groaning over a hard day?
A black bear was captured on video giving an 'unscheduled a cappella concert' from high atop a tree in Yosemite National Park.
Grand juror in Breonna Taylor case can go public, judge rules
Judge Annie O'Connell said the anonymous juror, who filed a motion in court earlier this month for permission to go public, can keep her identity secret but is allowed to speak out, WLKY-TV reported.
Yes, you can still get a raise in a pandemic ... if you play it right
Editor's Note: A version of this story appeared in CNN's Work Transformed newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free, here.
Teddi Mellencamp’s All In program can be dangerous, experts say
Six health and fitness professionals explained the potential dangers of the program to Page Six.
Trump targets Pennsylvania women, but will do so without wife Melania
President Trump hoped to bring his wife Melania Trump to a Pennsylvania rally to help him attract women voters, but she will not go because of a 'lingering cough."
50 Cent backs Trump: ‘I don’t want to be 20cent’ under Biden
Rapper 50 Cent on Tuesday confirmed that he’s backing President Trump for re-election, saying he could become “20 Cent” under Democrat Joe Biden’s plan for higher taxes. “Yeah, i don’t want to be 20cent. 62% is a very, very,bad idea. i don’t like it !” the Queens-raised rapper, born Curtis James Jackson III, wrote on...
Clean up, Aisle 1600: White House says Trump didn’t really mean that thing about declassifying Russia documents
In a sworn court filing Tuesday, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows downplayed Trump’s recent tweet declaring that he had authorized the declassification of all documents related to the Russia investigation.
The Town Of Asbestos, Quebec, Chooses A New, Less Hazardous Name
The former mining town has watched its name transform from an asset in the late 1800s to a liability in recent decades.
Jamie Foxx To Play A Vampire-Hunting Dad In Netflix’s ‘Day Shift’
Into every generation, a slayer is born at Netflix.
‘Cute little white girls’ make soccer more popular than basketball: Sue Bird
When it comes to the public’s perception of female basketball players versus their soccer counterparts, Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird believes she knows why support sways one way over the other.
Democrat US Senate candidates slammed for fundraising with Cal Cunningham after scandal
It's unclear if Republicans' line of attack will work on candidates who haven't cut ties with Democrat Cal Cunningham.
Fearing a loss, GOP senators keep distance from Trump
‘Willow’ Gets Disney+ Series Adaptation With Director Jon M. Chu and Original Star Warwick Davis
Davis will reprise his Willow role in the series, which will take place years after the events of the original 1988 film.
Michael Davis: Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation not secure – Dems' October surprise could still to come
Democrats have said they will stop at nothing in their attempt to derail Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination. We’ve seen their attempts before.
Analyst: Google case 'very hard to prove'
The Justice Department has sued Google for antitrust violations, alleging that it abused its dominance in online search and advertising to stifle competition and harm consumers. (Oct. 20)
Mike Espy Erases 25-Point Deficit In Bid to Become Mississippi's First Black Senator Since Reconstruction
In his second bid in two years to become the first Black senator from Mississippi since Reconstruction, Mike Espy has erased a 25-point deficit to make the race a dead heat.
Justice for Netflix’s ‘The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell,’ the Best Halloween Show Ever
My love for this show is as undying as Rose and Rankle.
Rays vs. Dodgers prediction: Take Over in Game 1 of World Series
Two teams that are starving for a World Series championship will hook up for Game 1 on Tuesday in Arlington, Texas, as the Tampa Bay Rays look for the franchise’s first title while the Dodgers haven’t lifted the trophy since 1988. The Rays will give the ball to Tyler Glasnow, who has been terrific at...
Henry Corrales vs. Brandon Girtz booked to co-headline Bellator 250
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The world is worried about the coronavirus. It’s equally concerned about climate change.
An activist from Fridays for Future wearing a face mask that reads “Fight every crisis” takes part in an alternative climate strike on the Reichstag meadow in Berlin, Germany, on April 24, 2020. | Kay Nietfeld/picture alliance via Getty Images Nearly 70 percent of people in 14 countries say climate change is as big a threat as the spread of infectious disease. Even amid a pandemic that has killed more than 1 million people, infected over 40 million, and tanked economies, people around the world are still extremely worried about the threat posed by climate change. A recent poll from the Pew Research Center found that a median of 70 percent of respondents in 14 countries identified climate change as a major threat to their countries, while 69 percent expressed the same level of worry about the spread of infectious disease. Majorities in all countries surveyed said both issues were major causes for concern. When comparing the two problems, respondents in eight countries were more worried about climate change as a significant threat. Spain, France, and Italy showed the highest level of concern, at 83 percent, while 60 percent or greater in Denmark, Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium felt similarly. Respondents in Australia expressed the least concern for climate change, at 59 percent. Canada was equally worried about climate change and the spread of infectious disease, with both issues accounting for 67 percent. In South Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia, a greater share of people viewed the spread of infectious disease as a more significant threat than climate change, ranging from 68 percent in Australia to 89 percent in South Korea. One in 10 or fewer of all respondents did not think global climate change was a threat. Many of the countries witnessed a substantial increase in the percentage of people who view climate change as a major threat since Pew first asked the question. In 2013, a median of 55 percent of respondents in 10 countries said climate change was a major threat, compared to 76 percent in 2020. Concern in France grew 29 points, from 54 percent to 83 percent. No noticeable increase occurred from the last time the question was asked in 2018. The results of the Pew Research Center poll, which was conducted from June 10 to August 3, 2020, might seem surprising given how much space the Covid-19 pandemic has taken up in our global consciousness in recent months. But there are several possible explanations. As stay-at-home orders were issued in countries worldwide, a number of reports cited the drop in carbon dioxide emissions due to a global collapse in airline travel and a sharp decline in the number of people commuting to work. Many were forced to consider the impact of their personal choices on the environment. The economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic has also prompted governments around the world to consider “green” stimulus plans that would jump-start economies while also tackling climate change. For example, South Korea, France, and Italy have used their Covid-19 responses as a chance to cut pollution and greenhouse gas emissions — which are accelerating global warming — in the energy, infrastructure, government, and industry sectors. Democrats in the US have put forth a Green New Deal, and the European Commission has released its own version. Both plans suggest a complete overhaul of every sector of the economy toward clean energy sources, while protecting workers and fostering technological innovation. By some estimates, the US has the capacity to do so by 2035. Given the level of concern about global climate change across 14 diverse countries, it might finally be time for governments to take decisive action. Help keep Vox free for all Millions turn to Vox each month to understand what’s happening in the news, from the coronavirus crisis to a racial reckoning to what is, quite possibly, the most consequential presidential election of our lifetimes. Our mission has never been more vital than it is in this moment: to empower you through understanding. But our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources. Even when the economy and the news advertising market recovers, your support will be a critical part of sustaining our resource-intensive work. If you have already contributed, thank you. If you haven’t, please consider helping everyone make sense of an increasingly chaotic world: Contribute today from as little as $3.
Why that viral Utah ad is so incredibly appealing
On Tuesday morning, the two candidates running to be the next governor of Utah -- Spencer Cox, the Republican, and Chris Peterson, the Democrat --appeared in an ad together.
#StandUnited: Utah candidates for governor appear together in joint ads, call for civility
The two main opponents in Utah's 2020 race for governor appear together in a pair of join ads released Monday calling for more civility in politics.
The Outfield frontman Tony Lewis, ‘Your Love’ singer, dead at 62
“It is with deep sadness and sorrow to report that Tony Lewis singer of the ‘80s rock band the Outfield suddenly and unexpectedly passed away yesterday."
Senate to vote to confirm Amy Coney Barrett next Monday, McConnell says
Senate Majaority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said that the upper chamber of Congress will vote next Monday, Oct. 26, to confirm President Trump's nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, to the Supreme Court.
Trump, stirring up more chaos in final stretch, may be exhausting the voters he needs
President Trump's closing message is a lot like his presidency: chaotic, controversial and notable for anger and theatrics. It may repel the electorate.
‘What Will You Sacrifice for the Truth?’ Maria Ressa Discusses Misinformation and Social Platforms With Prince Harry and Renée DiResta
Maria Ressa urged U.S. voters to think about the kind of information ecosystem they want to live in when they vote in the Nov. 3 presidential election, in a TIME100 Talks discussion with Prince Harry and Renée DiResta. Ressa, founder of Filipino news site Rappler, which is critical of President Roderigo Duterte, is currently facing…
Demi Lovato's 'Commander in Chief' and More Songs Critical of Trump's America
Demi Lovato released her anti-Donald Trump protest song just a few weeks before the 2020 presidential election.
Voting across the US live updates: Poll workers prep for bad behavior; more than a million NY voters deemed inactive
Pennsylvania can count absentee ballots until Nov. 6. Tennessee poll worker turned away a BLM voter. Latest news on voting around the US.
Egypt says another trove of ancient coffins found in Saqqara
CAIRO — Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed another trove of ancient coffins in a vast necropolis south of Cairo, authorities said Monday. The Tourism and Antiquities Ministry said in a statement that archaeologists found the collection of colorful, sealed sarcophagi buried more than 2,500 years ago at the Saqqara necropolis. Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of the...
Colorado State football game vs. New Mexico canceled due to COVID-19 issues
The Mountain West has canceled the New Mexico-Colorado State football game due to coronavirus and there's no plan to reschedule.
NYPD plans for more cops at polling stations on ‘contentious’ Election Day
The NYPD plans to send “more police officers” to polling places across Gotham this year because of the “contentious” 2020 presidential election — and will have additional teams of cops ready to respond to trouble, officials announced Tuesday. “Currently, we have no known threats or disruptions and we do not expect any during the course...
After 50 Cent Endorses Trump, Candace Owens Says Democrats are Trying to 'Tax Black Millionaires Back Into Poverty'
"It's so evil & Machiavellian— I almost respect it. Almost," Candace Owens tweeted on Tuesday.
NASA attempts to collect sample from an asteroid
The dramatic attempt to collect a sample is the centerpiece of an $800 million mission.
Frank Luntz calls Trump campaign 'mis-calibrated,' says it's the 'worst' he's 'ever seen'
A well-known Republican pollster on Tuesday characterized President Trump’s campaign as "mis-calibrated" and the "worst" he’s ever seen, during a briefing with British strategic advising company Global Counsel.
Presidential debate host Kristen Welker: 4 things you need to know
Welker, a Philadelphia native, grew up idolizing Andrea Mitchell, Barbara Walters and Oprah Winfrey.
Kentucky AG rips ‘disgusting’ attacks by liberals over Breonna Taylor case
Kentucky’s first black attorney general has called “disgusting” attacks on him over his handling of the Breonna Taylor case “beyond the pale” — saying they highlight the hypocrisy of “intolerant” liberals. Daniel Cameron, 34, told the National Review that most of the attacks centered on the fact that he is a black conservative — including...
Judge rules Breonna Taylor grand juror can speak publicly about proceedings
A Kentucky judge ruled Tuesday that a grand juror may speak publicly about the case presented by the state Attorney General against police officers who served a no-knock warrant at Breonna Taylor's home the night she was killed.
Amazon takes 50 percent off Rosetta Stone lifetime subscriptions
It is always the perfect time to learn a new language and Amazon is making it easy with its latest Rosetta Stone sale. For a limited time, you can enjoy Rosetta Stone lifetime subscriptions for more than 50% off. Whether you’re looking to learn Spanish or German, you can do it all for the low...