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Factbox: The Trump impeachment inquiry: What we've learned so far

Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives began an inquiry on Sept. 24 to determine whether President Donald Trump abused his office for political gain when he asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in a July phone call to investigate political rival Joe Biden, a former vice president.
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1 in 4 US workers have considered quitting their job amid COVID-19: poll
If you’ve thought about quitting your job during the pandemic, you’re not alone — a quarter of Americans have felt the same way, a new poll shows. An overwhelming number of US workers, or 75 percent, say they have been stressed out over juggling their professional and home lives amid deadly COVID-19 — not to...
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This snapshot shows just how old Tom Brady really is
Tom Brady is really playing through generations. After leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 38-10 victory over the Packers Sunday, the veteran quarterback was caught on camera having a conversation with Green Bay rookie Jon Runyan Jr. near midfield. This was no normal postgame chat between opponents, because Brady played alongside the Packers guard’s...
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South Africa's health minister tests postive
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Disney+ adds disclaimer about racist stereotypes
"Peter Pan" and "Aristocats" are among the Disney films that include racist stereotypes.
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Find frights at the best haunted destinations in the U.S.
Frights await      
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These experiences are putting Hamburg's food scene on the map
A taste of Hamburg, Germany and its evolving food world      
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A.J. McKee eyeing both of Patricio Freire's Bellator titles: 'I want both of them, back to back'
A.J. McKee wants to go after two-division Bellator champion Patricio Freire not once, but twice.       Related StoriesMMA Junkie Radio #3096 with guest Joseph Benavidez, plus Bellator and UFC wrap-ups (noon ET)After a 51-second walk-through, Said Nurmagomedov says he'd fight again this weekJonathan Martinez still won't call anyone out, but wants to be known 
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The World Series has framed my life. After 44 straight, I’m sitting this one out.
From Carlton Fisk to the Nats, Thomas M. Boswell covered 252 straight World Series games. Now, during a global pandemic, the streak ends.
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The Right to Escape from Prison
Can a 1974 ruling help prisoners fleeing a COVID-19 outbreak?
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Rob Riggle’s wife, Tiffany, files for divorce after 21 years of marriage
She cited irreconcilable differences as the cause of the split.
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Trump has losing on the brain
In recent weeks, Trump has repeatedly and increasingly alluded to the prospect of losing reelection, in a variety of ways.
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Naomi Campbell says she will donate her hazmat suit to a museum
The supermodel's coronavirus travel outfit may be on display soon.
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Ayesha Curry Reveals Temporary Blonde Hair and Faces Accusations She's Trying to Look White
"Mom goes blonde (temporarily)," Ayesha Curry captioned an Instagram photo debuting her new blonde hair on Sunday. She had no idea trolls would immediately accuse her of trying to look like a white woman.
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Couple of 60 years reunites after 215 days apart due to COVID-19
Dare you not to cry.
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Tulsa digs again for victims of 1921 race massacre
OKLAHOMA CITY — A second excavation begins Monday at a cemetery in an effort to find and identify victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and shed light on violence that left hundreds dead and decimated an area that was once a cultural and economic mecca for African Americans. “I realize we can tell this...
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NYC Ferry stop in Greenpoint abruptly closes after property sold to new owner
The NYC Ferry stop in Greenpoint, Brooklyn ferry was abruptly shuttered over the weekend — after the land was sold to a new owner, the service said. “Due to temporary restrictions to the Greenpoint pier, ferry service to and from the Greenpoint landing will be suspended until further notice,” operator Hornblower said in an early...
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Chicago teen charged with sex attack on 7-year-old during livestreamed class
A Chicago high school senior already facing felony gun charges is being held without bail after admitting to a sex attack on a 7-year-old girl that was livestreamed to her class.
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Bokhari: How the Trump Administration Is Fighting Big Tech
Internet freedom is on the ballot this November. For months, the Trump administration has been quietly working to curtail the power of Big Tech platforms to censor with impunity — a power it recently used to suppress the New York Post's bombshell Biden-Ukraine story. If Biden wins, those efforts will likely come to an end.
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How to Watch ‘The Voice’ 2020 Premiere Tonight
Gwen is back and she's in a mask! How to watch The Voice when Season 19 premieres.
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The election issues making Michigan voters' hearts race - literally
As Election Day looms, "CBS This Morning" co-host Tony Dokoupil measured the physical response of voters talking about issues.
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Taco Bell World Series freebie returns: If a base is stolen, here's how to get a free Doritos Locos taco
Taco Bell is bringing back its "Steal a Base, Steal a Taco" World Series promo and the chain's loyalty members can get a free taco faster.       
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Hispanics see highest increase in coronavirus deaths over summer, CDC report finds
While the majority of coronavirus-related deaths in the U.S. have occurred among White people, Hispanic and Black people are disproportionally represented in the nation's fatalities.
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Supreme Court to Review Trump Administration’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy
More than 60,000 asylum-seekers were returned to Mexico under the policy
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Purdue's Jeff Brohm confirms positive COVID-19 test; brother would coach vs. Iowa
Purdue coach Jeff Brohm confirmed he tested positive for COVID-19. Brian Brohm would serve as acting head coach, if Jeff isn't available against Iowa.       
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Beyond ‘The Shining’: Let’s talk about our favorite scary stories that take us inside unusual hauntings
“The Way Inn,” “The Terror,” “The Deep” and pretty much anything by Shirley Jackson.
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'Biggest wave' of coronavirus is upon us, warns former FDA chief
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner, shared grim predictions on Sunday as the nation battles surges of coronavirus infections without the benefit of a vaccine.
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Joel Pollak: Unlike Democrats, 'Trump Preserved American Freedom' During Coronavirus Pandemic
Donald Trump must contrast his protection of freedom with Democrat suppression of liberty during the coronavirus outbreak, said Joel Pollak.
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Robot cooks and virtual kitchens: How the restaurant industry looks to technology for help
Technology is even more of a necessity as the restaurant industry reacts to the pandemic and hopes to recover from job losses and business closures.       
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'She saved others in the pandemic': 91-year-old coronavirus survivor paints a watercolor a day
Bonnie Bowen, 91, has painted a watercolor pieced daily since the pandemic began. She's shared her artwork on Facebook to thousands of followers.        
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Some votes count if person dies before election
Ballots cast by people who vote early but die before Election Day are sometimes cited as proof of voter fraud, but in some states they're perfectly legal. (Oct. 19)       
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These Four Kids Dressed Up as the Cast of 'Schitt's Creek' and It's Like We're Back at the Rosebud Motel
Sorry, bad news: Your costume won't be any better than this one, those are just the rules.
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Wisconsin voters on key issues that matter to them as Biden leads in polls
A new CBS News battleground tracker poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden leading President Trump by 5% in Wisconsin. For the "CBS This Morning" series, Every State Has A Story, Adriana Diaz went to Wisconsin to see how different issues are affecting voters.
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Yodeling concert in Switzerland blamed for worst COVID-19 supercluster in Europe
A yodeling concert attended by 600 die-hard fans in Switzerland is being blamed for what could be Europe’s worst coronavirus “supercluster.” Experts now believe the special “musical” – held in the rural Schwyz canton region in late September – is responsible for a surge in COVID-19 cases in the area. The region has confirmed 1,238...
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Is ‘Grand Army’ on Netflix Based on a Real Story?
Hey, not that you were thinking of sending your kids to Grand Army High School, but you can't.
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Disneyland fans and cast members gather outside closed park to protest: 'California needs its happy place'
People are really sad about the continued closure of the happiest place on Earth.
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Naomi Campbell covers Vogue, talks experience with racism and advocating for Black models
During an interview for the cover of Vogue's November 2020 issue, supermodel Naomi Campbell spoke about her experience advocating for Black models.        
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Bears maul Chinese zoo worker to death as visitors watch: report
A zoo worker in China was mauled to death by bears Saturday in front of horrified visitors.
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How an opener could have saved the Yankees from 2004 ALCS infamy
ARLINGTON, Texas — Between the constant debates this month over pitching strategies and the American League Championship Series nearly re-enacting the Yankees’ historic collapse to the Red Sox 16 years earlier, a thought popped into my head. Sixteen years later, I realized how the Yankees should have gone after the Red Sox in 2004 ALCS...
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Indiana police recruit fired for racist posts on neo-Nazi forum
A police recruit in Indiana was swiftly fired after an investigation revealed he participated in a neo-Nazi online chat forum, department officials said. Joseph Zacharek, who was hired in June but had no contact with the public, was fired Saturday, less than 24 hours after an investigation by the Lafayette Police Department found he made...
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Everything to know about the L.A. Times Festival of Books 2020
The 25th Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Stories & Ideas kicks off this weekend. Due to the pandemic, this year's series of free events will be virtual. Here's everything you need to know about how to tune in.
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Supreme Court agrees to rule on Trump's immigration policies, but not until next year
Trump's immigration policies were declared illegal by lower courts but were temporarily cleared to go forward by the Supreme Court. Now justices agree to render a final verdict.
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Prince Harry and Prince William Have Five Months to Heal Rift, Author Says
The warring royal brothers must patch up their differences by a key March deadline or risk seeing them become permanent, the author of a new biography tells Newsweek.
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This Nigerian company wants to build an Uber-like logistics enterprise in Africa
Upended supply chains, clogged logistics and border closures are part of the new normal for trucking fleets all across Sub-Saharan Africa. CNN's Eleni Giokos caught up with Kobo360 CEO, Obi Ozor, to talk about technology's vital role in efficient operations, and his vision of being the first African logistics company on a global scale.
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Supreme Court to Hear Cases Tied To Trump's Polices On Mexico Border
One centers on the use of military funds to pay for building part of a border wall. The other revolves around the "Remain in Mexico" policy that makes asylum-seekers stay out of the U.S.
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Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy spark 'Hocus Pocus' hysteria with reunion pic
This might be the best thing that's happened to Halloween.
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Jets' Frank Gore takes aim at team's performance after blowout loss: 'Nobody's going to feel sorry for us'
Veteran running back Frank Gore is fed up with the New York Jets. 
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Teacher Calls 911 After Students Cry Out for Help When Intruder Breaks In during Remote Class
Jennifer Petersen said she saw fear on students' faces after a man broke into their home in Galt, California.
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