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Who’s Succeeding Against the Coronavirus and Why
Four months after the coronavirus outbreak was declared a global health emergency, countries around the world have seen vastly different results from their efforts to fight the pandemic.
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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam tests positive for Covid-19
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and his wife have tested positive for Covid-19, his office announced Friday.
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17 cleaning products on Amazon that get the job done
Multipurpose cleaners that smell like pumpkin and an eco-friendly scrub brush make it onto our list of the best cleaning products on Amazon that truly work wonders.
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The do's and don'ts of quarantine auditions, according to casting directors
During the pandemic, most actors are auditioning for projects via self-tapes filmed and submitted from home. Here's how to nail your at-home audition.
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Why It's So Hard To Count The World's COVID-19 Deaths
Before COVID-19 came along, the world wasn't so great at counting deaths and understanding why people die. But the virus has propelled countries to ramp up their efforts.
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Column: The Nuggets need another miracle; they're ready for Game 5 vs. Lakers
For the 3rd consecutive playoff series the Nuggets trail 3-1. The Lakers are aware of Denver's penchant for comebacks, which starts Saturday in Game 5.
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Rainn Wilson talks pandemic show 'Utopia,' 'Blackbird' and lessons from his dad: 'Be creative all the time'
Is the world ready for a pandemic TV show? Even Rainn Wilson wonders about his new Amazon show 'Utopia' plus the 'Office' star remembers his late dad.        
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Zooming in: How the COVID-19 pandemic has changed Hollywood's audition process
Casting directors and actors share their experiences auditioning via Zoom, self-tapes and — in rare cases — in person amid the COVID-19 crisis.
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The days of Shaq and Kobe: A riveting history of the legendary Lakers dynasty
Jeff Pearlman talks about "Three-Ring Circus: Kobe, Shaq, Phil, and the Crazy Years of the Lakers Dynasty," which he started writing before Bryant's death.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's casket arrives at US Capitol to lie in state
Late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s casket arrived on Friday at the U.S. Capitol, where she will lie in state -- making her the first woman to do so.
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She was diagnosed with a mental health disorder. Now she is helping others work through theirs
Mental health advocate Hauwa Ojeifo is one of the 2020 winner of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Changemaker award
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'Fargo' stars Chris Rock in a mob tale that rolls along a bit too slowly
Three years after its last edition, "Fargo" returns with Chris Rock and Jason Schwartzman in key against-type roles, and an enticing mob story with the texture of a graphic novel.
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John Legend and Chrissy Teigen buy Beverly Hills manse for $17.5M
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in the baby carriage. But when it’s three babies, you’re gonna need a larger home. John Legend, 41, and Chrissy Teigen, 34, who are expecting their third child — a boy — have just bought a nearly 11,000-square-foot home in Beverly Hills, Calif. for $17.5 million,...
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Lil Wayne releases deluxe version of 'Tha Carter V'
Lil Wayne has dropped a 33-track deluxe edition of "Tha Carter V," which features appearances by 2 Chainz, Post Malone, Gucci Mane, and Raekwon.
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Protester hit by pick-up truck in LA
A pick-up truck hit a protester during a protest for Breonna Taylor in Los Angeles. An investigation is underway.
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10 questions facing the SEC as the season gets started Saturday
The SEC will start its 2020 college football season Saturday. A look at the 10 biggest questions facing the league before the teams get starterd.        
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Breonna Taylor shooting: Video purportedly shows tense moments after officer was struck by gunfire
A new video has emerged purportedly showing the tense moments after Louisville Police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly was struck by gunfire while responding to Breonna Taylor’s apartment on the night she was killed. 
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Bronx man arrested after he brought unconscious toddler to hospital miles away
A Bronx man was busted after a 3-year-old girl he was babysitting suddenly fell unconscious — and later died — but instead of driving her to the closest hospital, he brought her to one a half-hour away in Queens, according to police. The tot’s mother, Jaylynn Evans, of East New York, brought her to 59-year-old...
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Bethenny Frankel Reveals What Would Bring Her Back to ‘RHONY’: “A Brinks Truck Full of A Lot of Cash”
"It's all about the Benjamins, baby," joked Bethenny on WWHL.
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Republicans can’t just support a peaceful transition. They must condemn Trump’s words.
Supporting someone who declares his contempt for elections is unpatriotic.
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California wineries unlikely to sell smoky wines post-wildfires
Smoke from California wildfires can taint the flavor of wine grapes, but flawed harvests are unlikely to make it into the hands of consumers. Or at least that’s what experts at the Wine Institute — an advocacy group for the California wine industry — says regarding recent wildfires in the state. “The majority of California’s...
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Indian singer S. P. Balasubrahmanyam dead at 74 from coronavirus
He is survived by his wife, Savitri; daughter Pallavi and son Charan.
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A multi-state salmonella outbreak that sickened at least 41 people is linked to recalled mushrooms
At least 41 people are sick in 10 different states after a salmonella outbreak that has been linked to dried wood ear mushrooms, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
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S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Indian film musician, dead at 74 of COVID-19
"He made the '90s kids fall in love with the idea of love."
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Thomas Jipping: Senate Dems flip-flop on Supreme Court vacancies, take factually wrong and misleading position
Democrats want people to believe that the circumstances surrounding the current Supreme Court vacancy are identical to those surrounding the vacancy in 2016 and that, therefore, the two vacancies should be handled the same way. This position is both factually wrong and seriously misleading.
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Rebel Wilson is red carpet official with boyfriend Jacob Busch
She also showed off her weight loss in a gorgeous silver gown.
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Toddler Shoots 12-Year-Old Cousin After Finding Gun On Bed
The 2-year-old was playing in a house in Alabama when he picked up the weapon and fired it at the other child.
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Trump's Dangerous MAGA Kitsch | Opinion
The president's "patriotic education" commission does not highlight American exceptionalism but rather his fondness for the tactics of authoritarian regimes.
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Teenager stages Arctic school strike for the climate
18-year-old Mya-Rose Craig sailed north of the Arctic Circle to conduct a school strike and raise awareness of Arctic ice loss. She was part of a Greenpeace mission to the region.
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At least two injured in knife attack near former Charlie Hebdo office in Paris
At least two people were injured in a knife attack near to the former offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris. The magazine was targeted in a 2015 gun attack that left 12 dead.       
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Russia Is Trying Something New to Isolate Its Internet From the Rest of the World
Surveillance, censorship, and internet isolation are deeply entangled in Russia.
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African nations urge UN reform, debt forgiveness
African nations came out swinging at the United Nations annual gathering of world leaders calling for dramatic fiscal measures to help economies survive the coronavirus pandemic and veto power in the Security Council. (Sept 24)       
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George Clooney leads celebrities clapping back at Kentucky AG's warning over Breonna Taylor verdict
Celebrities are reacting to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's warning for citizens not to listen to outside influence after a grand jury on Wednesday decided not to bring homicide charges against the three Louisville police involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.
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Loudoun man sentenced to nearly six years for embezzling $8 million in malpractice settlements
Structured settlement specialist said he used the money to pay other obligations, and will be able to pay $9.1 million restitution.
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Jaguars-Dolphins fantasy football takeaways: James Robinson, Myles Gaskin
The Week 3 installation of “Thursday Night Football” was a blowout Dolphins win over the Jaguars in a Florida showdown. Entering the game as field goal-underdogs, Ryan Fitzpatrick’s squad scored early and often and quickly piled on a three-score lead against Gardner Minshew II and company. Undrafted rookie free agent James Robinson scored twice for...
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on what's next in Supreme Court fight, fate of the Affordable Care Act
As President Trump gets set to nominate his pick for the Supreme Court, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi joins "CBS This Morning" to weigh in on the confirmation fight, and what a conservative court could mean for the Affordable Care Act.
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Trump says Dems' 'war on cops' puts 'police lives in danger,' calls for end to Biden's 'anti-police crusade'
President Trump says Joe Biden's "anti-police crusade must stop."
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From viral Best Buy incident to UFC security, Summer Tapasa on unexpected life change
It's been a wild year for Summer Tapasa, one which has led her from a mundane job at Best Buy to a much better one with the UFC.        Related StoriesFrom viral Best Buy incident to UFC security, Summer Tapasa on unexpected life change - EnclosureDan Hooker wants to welcome Michael Chandler to the UFC then 'send him back to the B leagues'Alex da Silva has high hopes for matchup with fellow striker Brad Riddell at UFC 253 
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Prince Andrew’s daughter Princes Eugenie pregnant with first child
"Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank are very pleased to announce that they are expecting a baby in early 2021."
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‘Country-ish’ on Netflix Delayed: When Will It Be Released?
Coffey and Criscilla Anderson's Netflix debut isn't going down just yet.
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Colts' T.Y. Hilton credits talk with grandmother for getting his mindset right before game vs. Jets
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton said Thursday his mind is back on track after a poor showing in the first two games of the season.
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French Terrorism Authorities Investigate Knife Attack Near Former Charlie Hebdo Offices in Paris
(PARIS) — French terrorism authorities are investigating a knife attack that wounded at least two people Friday near the former offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, authorities said. A suspect has been arrested. The area in eastern Paris remained cordoned off by police two hours after the attack. Children were being sequestered…
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Keith Hufnagel, skateboard legend, dead at 46
The late athlete founded the popular streetwear brand HUF Worldwide.
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Bernie Sanders calls for commission to certify 2020 election results
Joe Biden and Donald Trump aren’t the only ones preparing for uncertainty and mayhem after Election Day — Sen. Bernie Sanders is now calling for an independent commission to oversee the 2020 election amid concerns over fairness and accuracy. In an address Thursday at George Washington University in the nation’s capital, Sanders (I-Vt.) backed Trump’s...
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Carpenter builds dozens of desks to support remote learning for students in need
There’s nothing like a neat and clean work space to get the job done. The coronavirus pandemic has upended the traditional academic year for millions of American students, inspiring one crafty dad in California to make virtual learning a bit easier for local kids in need. To help start the school year off strong, the...
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Tulsa pastor on 1921 race massacre: "I really do believe justice will be served"
Ninety-nine years after an estimated 300 Black people were killed by a White mob during the Tulsa race massacre, a lawsuit has been filed seeking reparations. It comes as the city battles over a Black Lives Matter mural painted on a street. Omar Villafranca reports from Tulsa on the latest.
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Small investors have pushed big companies toward social change. A new SEC rule will limit their influence
Shareholder proposals from small investors are credited with pushing big companies to improve their record over the past decade on social issues such as climate change, social justice and human rights.
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Yosemite National Park reopens following closure due to wildfire smoke
California’s largest national park closed on Sept. 17 due to hazardous air quality and smoke impacts.
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