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Former Raiders CEO says organization should reach out to fans amid Jon Gruden email scandal

Jon Gruden resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders earlier this week after several reports revealed he had made misogynistic, homophobic and racist comments in emails. Amy Trask, a former CEO of the Oakland Raiders and a CBS sports analyst, joins Lana Zak to discuss.
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'The Bachelorette' contestants: Meet the 30 men vying for Michelle Young's rose
"The Bachelorette" is back – again. Michelle Young's season marks the second time this year a former "Bachelor" contestant gets another shot at love.      
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Reflecting on the life and lasting impact of Colin Powell
Throughout his life, Colin Powell broke barrier after barrier. Jim Axelrod has more.
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Nets season preview, prediction: Expectations still sky high without Kyrie Irving
The Nets still are expected to win the NBA title, even without Kyrie Irving. No, make that: supposed to win the title.
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Prince George’s County Council divided on new redistricting map
Prince George’s County Council is sharply divided on a redistricting plan that would move some towns into news districts, raising criticism from some community members who say the new plan didn’t include community input. The map will be presented at a meeting scheduled for Tuesday morning.
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New Yorkers loved Colin Powell
Colin Powell lived in Virginia but I loved his telling me: “New Yorkers are great. They don’t say, ‘Hey, General’ . . . they holler out, ‘Hey, Colin.’”
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Can Wall Street Trust the People's Bank of China?
Scott Kennedy, trustee chair in Chinese business and economics at CSIS, said that trust hinges on the bank's intentions.
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Search for gunman who ambushed Texas deputies continues
Law enforcement is still searching for the gunman who opened fire on three deputies in Houston. One, who had recently become a father, was killed. Janet Shamlian has the story.
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'The French Dispatch' is Wes Anderson's ode to journalism
Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Frances McDormand and more star as staff members of an American magazine overseas in Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch.'       
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Coronavirus rates decline in the DMV, but flu season poses new threat
Already busy hospitals brace for a possible severe flu season and urge vaccination against both illnesses.
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Trump questioned for four hours in lawsuit from protesters allegedly assaulted by his guards
The former president could face other depositions in a raft of civil lawsuits now that he is out of office.
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To please unions, Biden refuses to automate ports — fueling supply-chain woes
From Christmas toys to clothing and auto parts, shortages of imported products are forcing factories to idle, store shelves to sit empty and consumers to panic. What else is in short supply? The truth about what’s causing this economic crisis. President Joe Biden, who brags about running “the most pro-union administration in history,” won’t admit that longshoremen’s unions are...
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Some parents protest California’s student vaccine mandate
Some parents are pushing back over a California order requiring all students to get vaccinated against COVID-19 once they are eligible and the FDA gives full approval. Carter Evans has the latest.
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A new report claims China recently tested a new hypersonic missile, which Beijing denies
CNN's Oren Liebermann reports.
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'Don't feel sorry for me': Excerpt from one of Colin Powell's last interviews
Colin Powell, the first Black US secretary of state, opened up to journalist Bob Woodward about his health struggles in what may have been his last interview before his death. CNN's Jamie Gangel reports.
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Down 2-0, Dodgers have Braves where they want them at home
Trailing 2-0 in the NL Championship Series, the Los Angeles Dodgers have the Atlanta Braves right where they want them. At their house.
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Murder trial for killing of Ahmaud Arbery begins with jury selection
Jury selection in the Ahmaud Arbery case is now underway, and could take weeks. Three men have been charged with murder in the killing of Arbery, which was caught on video. Omar Villafranca has the details.
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State authorities destroy 1 million marijuana plants in crackdown on illegal operations
Law enforcement agents destroyed more than 1 million illegally grown marijuana plants this year in an attempt to curb the widespread grows that undercut California's legal marketplace.
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How Colin Powell’s cancer may have limited COVID vaccine’s effectiveness
Colin Powell died from COVID-19 complications despite being vaccinated. Dr. Megan Ranney, an emergency room doctor at Brown University, explains how his age and cancer may have weakened his immune system and the vaccine’s effectiveness.
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Sinclair Broadcast Group hit with ransomware attack
Sinclair Broadcast Group was the victim of a ransomware attack over the weekend, the company announced in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Monday.
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Moving the Jefferson statue from City Hall — and erasing history — is a big mistake
One of our nation’s gravest sins was the unconscionable owning of slaves. That practice has left a legacy of racial disparities and discrimination.
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Joe Rogan defends 'friend' Sanjay Gupta following heated podcast exchanges: We had an 'enjoyable conversation'
Podcast giant Joe Rogan went to bat for CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who went viral following his appearance on "The Joe Rogan Experience."
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Adam Silver sought player vaccine mandate, supports New York’s rules in Kyrie Irving stalemate
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Missionaries kidnapped by powerful Haitian gang
The FBI and U.S. State Department have joined efforts to free 17 missionaries who were kidnapped in Haiti. Violence and crime have spun out of control there since Haiti’s president was assassinated in July. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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German media group fires BILD editor after damning press reports
The German media group Axel Springer said on Monday that it has fired the editor-in-chief of the BILD newspaper, Julian Reichelt, for failing to "to maintain a clear boundary between private and professional matters" and being "untruthful to the Executive Board."
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Two longtime House Democrats announce retirement
So far, 12 Democrats have said they're leaving the House, signaling the challenges ahead for the party to retain the House.
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Chicago police officer shot in face, suspect taken into custody: reports
A Chicago police officer was shot Monday, authorities said, following another violent weekend in which four people were killed in 21 shootings.
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Biden’s brain drain and other commentary
Culture watch: We’re the Divided States of America “Americans are so disunited,” reports Issues & Insights’ Terry Jones, citing a new I&I/TIPP poll, “they can’t even agree whether [President] Biden is a unifier or divider.” While 40 percent say he’s stoking division, nearly as many, 37 percent, say he’s “living up to his promise to unify the...
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Manchin Opposes $150B Clean Energy Program in Biden's Spending Bill, Says Not Necessary
Democrats have argued that the funding is needed to help speed up the process of transitioning towards clean energy alternatives.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, October 18, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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School administrator's compassionless comments on Holocaust invalidate pain of generations
There is no 'opposing' perspective. Learning about the Holocaust cultivates an appropriate outrage at wrongs.       
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Apple unveils new MacBook Pro laptops
Apple has unveiled new MacBook Pro models, the first upgrade to the laptop in five years. The new, thinner versions use Apple's M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, which the company says are faster than previous models using Intel chips. (Oct. 18)      
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Letters to the Editor — Oct. 19, 2021
The Issue: Gov. Hochul’s signing of a law that decriminalizes possession and sale of syringes. By passing a law decriminalizing needle use, the state Legislature and Gov. Hochul have succeeded in making New York City one of the most unsafe places in the country (“Giving junkies the ‘high’ sign,” Oct. 17) Coupled with the home­less...
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Manchin has a message for Sanders: Don't blame me
With the Democratic party's agenda at risk of collapsing if an agreement is not reached soon, moderate Sen. Joe Manchin and self-described democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders are escalating their feud over party priorities. CNN's Manu Raju reports.
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GOP Congressman Advocates for Fake Vaccine Administration: 'Ethical Form of Non-Compliance'
"You'd have to be a fool to think this isn't happening," Republican Thomas Massie wrote in a tweet.
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Biden to spend this week working behind the scenes to press Democrats on his sweeping domestic agenda
President Joe Biden has few public events on his schedule this week as he works behind the scenes to secure an agreement on his domestic agenda amid deep divisions within his party.
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I’ve Had the Best Sleep of My Life in 2021 Thanks to This Luxe Weighted Blanket
Photo: Bearaby/Scouted.Weighted blankets stepped onto the scene a few years back, being touted for their alleged anxiety-reducing and sleep-improving benefits. As a bonafide skeptic (and a chronic insomniac), I wasn’t convinced that sleeping with a 20-pound weighted blanket was going to put me to bed like a topical lullaby or even help me fall asleep fast—especially because I assumed that all of that extra weight was going to simply make me downright sweaty—not sleepy.The theory behind weighted blankets' calming effects is predicated on the idea that the added weight on the body helps boost natural “happy” hormones like serotonin and reduces the production of cortisol (the hormone most associated with stress and our fight or flight response). Anecdotally, I had been told by several friends that their own weighted blanket had been a huge game-changer—one of which claimed theirs had helped them wean off of their prescription sleeping meds. Naturally, I was pretty curious about these so-called anti-anxiety blankets.Of course, considering that perusing the web for new and innovative products and vetting them is a large part of my job, I certainly didn’t think it was fair to knock it without giving it a test run either. There are tons of different weighted blankets on the market, all designed with different weights, ranging from five to 20 pounds (the goal is to help soothe, not suffocate) but most of them are straight-up eyesores. Look, if I find a product that actually helps soothe my anxiety and help me sleep better, I can put its aesthetic merits aside. But with that being said, if there’s an option that keeps its promise and does what it's designed to do but also doesn’t clash with my home decor situation, I’m going to opt for the latter.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Pedestrian, 73, killed by car in Northeast, D.C. police say
Man was crossing Benning Road, according to police.
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Former ‘AGT’ contestant speaks out about show pressures after stunt goes horribly wrong
Danny Wolverton, who was on "America's Got Talent" Season 8, told The Post about the pressure that contestants face to make it to the next round by pulling off wild stunts.
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G/O Media Mandated Staff Return to Office. Many Didn’t Show.
Photo Illustration by The Daily BeastG/O Media asked all employees to return to work in the company’s offices on Monday—the first day back in more than a year and a half. But many didn’t show up.Leadership at the digital media group that includes Gizmodo, Jezebel, The Onion, and a number of other notable sites mandated staff return to work in person beginning on Monday. But multiple company insiders told The Daily Beast that while some staffers did trek to the company’s Manhattan office, a significant portion of the editorial team opted to not show face.A spokesperson for G/O acknowledged to The Daily Beast that “clearly a few did indeed stay away,” but “on balance it was a very good showing.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Why the COVID-19 vaccine didn’t protect Colin Powell
Colin Powell's death from complications of COVID-19 -- despite being fully vaccinated -- is a rare but serious phenomenon that has afflicted elderly Americans.
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Mel Gibson to star in ‘John Wick’ prequel series, ‘The Continental’
The original premise of "John Wick" followed Reeves as an assassin hellbent on searching for the men who broke into his home, stole his car and killed his puppy.
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Lieberman Recounts How Bush Offered to Help Him Win Senate Race Amid Iraq War Support
The former Connecticut senator received a call from Karl Rove and also received help from former Republican Senator Elizabeth Dole.
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Vaccines, masks? Japan puzzling over sudden virus success
Almost overnight, Japan has become a stunning, and somewhat mysterious, coronavirus success story.
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Bipartisan praise for Powell on Senate floor
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, who died due to complications from COVID-19, received bipartisan prraise on the floor of the U.S. Senate Monday. (Oct. 18)      
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Dillon Danis gives account of recent arrest, says bouncer who choked him impersonated a police officer
Dillon Danis explains his account of the events that led to his recent arrest in New Jersey.       Related StoriesDillon Danis gives account of recent arrest, says bouncer who choked him impersonated a police officer - EnclosureVictorious in move back to featherweight, Bellator 268 winner Henry Corrales unsure what went wrong at 135Victorious in move back to featherweight, Bellator 268 winner Henry Corrales unsure what went wrong at 135 - Enclosure 
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America First Legal request for expedited FOIA on DOJ targeting school board 'violence' denied
The Department of Justice denied a request by America First Legal for expedited processing of a Freedom of Information Act request seeking information from the DOJ on its October memo.
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Sharks' Evander Kane suspended 21 games over fake COVID-19 vax card
San Jose Sharks star Evander Kane was suspended 21 games on Monday for submitting a fake COVID-19 vaccination card, the NHL announced.
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