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Inside the cockpit of RAF’s 'phenomenal' new £100million stealth fighters

Fighter Pilot: The Real Top Gun, a new ITV documentary, details the RAF’s new £100million F-35B Lightning stealth fighters, which are used by 617 Squadron – the Dam Busters
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College football coach leaves 'All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ' note, quits team
An Illinois State football coach abruptly quit the team Thursday and left a note on the door upon his exit from the facility.
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As cases rise, experts concerned about coming flu season
As the world closes in on 1 million coronavirus deaths, with the United States accounting for about one fifth of those fatalities, experts are raising concerns about the approaching flu season. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.
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Bills, Josh Allen win wild game vs. Rams after blowing 25-point lead
Josh Allen led the Buffalo Bills to a wild victory against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday to remain undefeated to start the 2020 season.
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'A real-life miracle': Frankie Muniz, Paige Price announce they're expecting their first baby
"Malcolm in the Middle" star Frankie Muniz and wife Paige Price announced in a joyful YouTube video that they're expecting their first child.        
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Ludovit Klein living UFC dream – but that head kick knockout was in the plan
Ludovit Klein living UFC dream – but that head kick knockout was in the plan        Related Stories5 biggest takeaways from UFC 253: Israel Adesanya's star potential, Diego Sanchez's future, moreUFC 253 rookie report: Grading the newcomers in Abu DhabiCallout Collection: Who UFC 253 winners want next – and how likely they'll get them 
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M. Night Shyamalan has revealed the title and poster for his upcoming movie
Director M. Night Shyamalan announced on Saturday the beginning of filming for his new movie titled "Old."
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Car slams into crowd during donut free-for-all in Seattle
Hotrodders spent an hour doing donuts near Seattle’s Space Needle on Saturday night — which predictably resulted in tragedy when one of the drivers plowed into a large crowd of onlookers, video shows. Meanwhile, the tire-screeching mayhem started around 11:30 p.m. when a massive crowd lined an intersection near the famed landmark to watch muscle...
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Biden calls out Trump's Supreme Court pick as a direct attack on the Affordable Care Act
Biden calls President Trump's Supreme Court nominee a threat to the ACA, says the Senate should wait until after the election before holding hearings.        
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The Great Debate is here!
Welcome to 2020! With just 37 days until November 3, Election Day will be here before you know it. As President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden prepare to face off on stage for the first time this Tuesday, here are the 5 BIG storylines you need to know to understand the upcoming week on the campaign trail. And they're ranked -- so the No. 1 story is the most important.
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Northern California county says social media post claiming hundreds of mail-in ballots being dumped is from 2018
A North California county on Friday fired back after a conservative commentator posted pictures online claiming that the county had dumped “1000+” mail-in ballots for the 2020 election.
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RNC chair wants to see Biden talk about policies during upcoming presidential debate
“I really want to hear Joe Biden talk about his policies” during the first presidential debate scheduled for Tuesday, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel told “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday.
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Eagles can't stop making mistakes, scrap to tie against Bengals
The Philadelphia Eagles and Cincinnati Bengals each had chances to seize their first win of the season, but neither one could capitalize.        
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No debate handshake for Biden, Trump. First presidential showdown adapts to Covid-19
President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will forgo a handshake at their first presidential debate on Tuesday, one of several ways Covid-19 has impacted the way the candidates' first face-to-face showdown will play out.
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New York City schools' return to in-person classes leaves parents with tough choices
This week is a big test for the New York City public school system, the largest in the nation. After a chaotic couple of months, officials say they're finally ready to invite students back into classrooms.
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Packers Vs. Saints Live Stream: Time, How To Watch ‘Sunday Night Football’ Live
The Packers try to improve to 3-0 when they battle the Saints on Sunday Night Football!
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McCarthy: Democrats attacking Barrett's faith are 'just frightened' of her 'brilliant mind'
Democrats attacking the Catholic faith of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett are "just frightened from her brilliant mind," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said Sunday.
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NFL legend Joe Montana tussles with woman who attempted to kidnap his grandchild, police say
Legendary NFL quarterback Joe Montana and his wife confronted a woman suspected of trying to kidnap their grandchild Saturday, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
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Pressure is heavier on Trump in debate with Biden
The embattled Donald Trump and his apparatchiks have so lowered the bar with their cartoon caricatures of Joe Biden that they have done him an enormous favor, writes David Axelrod. "Biden doesn't need a perfect performance Tuesday night. He just needs a reasonably coherent and energetic one."
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Thief robs tenant then slugs NYU professor in Flatiron District building
A brazen thief hotwired the elevator to a ritzy Flatiron District building on Thursday, robbed a tenant and then slugged her NYU-professor husband on the way out when the academic recognized the fiend was carrying his wife’s purse, police said. Helen Neuborne, 78, had just arrived home around 10:20 p.m. when she heard a knock...
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Stephen Gostkowski saves Titans again as Vikings tumble to 0-3
The Tennessee Titans moved to 3-0 for the first time since 2008 with a win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday in Minneapolis.        
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Joe Montana thwarts alleged kidnapping of 9-month-old grandchild
Police said Montana's wife was able to pry the child out of the alleged kidnapper's arms after a tussle between her and Montana.
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Bills survive Rams’ epic rally thanks to controversial penalty
The Los Angeles Rams fell just short of a monster comeback against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon. After the Rams scored 29 straight points to overcome a 28-3 deficit, a fourth-down pass interference call gave the Bills new life late. Josh Allen’s touchdown pass to Tyler Kroft with 15 seconds left allowed Buffalo to...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Fargo’ Season 4 On FX, Where Chris Rock Plays A Kansas City Gangster Battling For Turf With His Italian Rivals
Also starring with Rock are Jason Schwartzman, Jessie Buckley, Ben Whishaw and Emyri Crutchfield.
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'Fargo' Season 4 Character Guide: Who's Who in the New Series
"Fargo" Season 4 is now airing on FX and features an all-new cast including Chris Rock, Timothy Oliphant and Jason Schwartzman.
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Rookie Mekhi Becton only Jet to kneel for national anthem
INDIANAPOLIS – The Jets’ big rookie made a big statement Sunday. Mekhi Becton took a knee during the national anthem before the Jets game against the Colts at Lucas Oil Field. It was the first time the Jets were on the field for the anthem this season. They chose to stay in the locker room...
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Rex Burkhead's career day helps Patriots run over Raiders
Rex Burkhead scored three touchdowns to keep the New England Patriots' offense running in a win over the Las Vegas Raiders.        
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Gabby Giffords profiled by Vanity Fair
Vanity Fair's October issue includes a rare profile of Gabby Giffords. Dave Cullen, who conducted the interview with Giffords, talks to CBSN anchor Lana Zak about his inspiration for the profile.
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Another LAPD Officer Comes Under Fire in Fight with Suspect at San Pedro Station
Another Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officer came under fire late Saturday in a fight with a man at Harbor Station in San Pedro. The suspect fled the scene, but was eventually apprehended by police, according to the LAPD.
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Denver Broncos fill empty stadium seats with cardboard cutouts of 'South Park' characters
The upper level of one end zone of Empower Field at Mile High Stadium was filled with cutouts of 'South Park' characters clad in masks.        
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Mariah Carey calls ex-husband Tommy Mottola a ‘completely controlling father or warden’
Mariah Carey has been going down memory lane in a press junket for her upcoming memoir, “The Meaning of Mariah.”
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Trump moves forward with nomination of Amy Coney Barrett
President Trump has announced his nominee to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court left by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The Senate Judiciary Committee has released a tentative schedule to begin Amy Coney Barrett's hearing confirmation on October 12. CBS News correspondent Nikole Killion joins CBSN to discuss the latest.
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Nick Foles sparks Chicago Bears to fourth-quarter comeback as Atlanta Falcons collapse late again
Nick Foles threw three fourth-quarter touchdowns to rally the Chicago Bears and hand the Atlanta Falcons another stunning late loss.       
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Florida bars packed after state lifts COVID-19 restrictions
Crowds packed into some Florida bars over the weekend after Gov. Ron DeSantis lifted coronavirus restrictions on them and other businesses, according to a report. Footage showed patrons overflowing out of the Elbo Room in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday after the governor’s surprise order, news station WPLG reported. “I’m healthy, I’m strong and I feel...
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Experts warn of "twindemic" ahead of flu season
As coronavirus cases surge in the U.S., doctors and health experts say the country could face what they're calling a potential "twindemic" just as the flu season is set to begin. Dr. Max Cooper, an emergency room physician, joins CBSN to discuss what people need to do in the coming months.
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Battleground Tracker Poll: Tight races in Georgia and North Carolina
A new CBS News Battleground Tracker shows Georgia remains a toss-up, with President Trump up just a point; it favored Biden by a point this summer. North Carolina sees Biden up two; he had a four-point edge this summer. CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony Salvanto joins CBSN to discuss.
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Brandon Royval says he's ready for top UFC flyweights like Askarov or Formiga
Brandon Royval wants to compete against the top of the division.        Related StoriesSean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for champs Israel Adesanya, Jan Blachowicz after UFC 253?Sean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Paulo Costa, Dominick Reyes after UFC 253 losses?Dana White confused by Paulo Costa's performance in UFC 253 title fight: 'It was very weird' 
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PM Update: Muggy with areas of fog tonight. Warm and humid with brighter skies for Monday.
We've got another warm, humid summer-like night ahead of us.
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Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger breaks record for most games played with franchise
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is in a class of his own.
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Biden on Barrett: Affordable Care Act is at stake
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says the fate of the Affordable Care Act is at stake with President Trump's nomination to the Supreme Court. Justices are scheduled to hear another challenge of the 2010 health care law on Nov. 10. (Sept. 27)       
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Joe Biden maintains a steady lead over Donald Trump in national polling
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leaves a campaign event on September 27, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware. | Alex Wong/Getty Images Joe Biden is leading the polls in September. That puts him in historically good company. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s lead over President Donald Trump in national polling now stands at a 10 percentage point margin in new polling of registered voters conducted by the Washington Post and ABC News. That lead was reflected in additional polls reported over the weekend — in an Emerson College/NewsNation poll of likely voters, Biden led Trump by 4 percentage points, a slight jump from an August Emerson poll that showed Trump behind by just 2 percentage points. Biden’s lead over Trump has been remarkably consistent — he held a lead in head-to-head polling over Trump during the Democratic nomination process back in 2019, and the consistency of his polling margins over Trump was being discussed in historic terms in May of this year. Even in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic — and resulting shutdown measures on the local and state level, unrest sparked by police misconduct, wildfires and hurricanes, the Democratic and Republican national conventions, and the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg (and the announcement of her likely replacement, Judge Amy Coney Barrett) — Biden has stayed ahead of Trump. Biden leads with critical constituencies (and in a big way) It’s important to remember that polls aren’t predictions. Rather, polls are snapshots in time, indicating what a group of Americans — whether registered voters, likely voters, or simply adults — are thinking at a particular point during a race. But it’s also worth noting that Biden’s current lead comes from a number of critical voting constituencies, including older Americans and white college graduates. For example, according to the Washington Post/ABC News poll, political moderates favor Biden by a 47 percentage point margin in comparison to Hillary Clinton’s 12 percentage point margin in exit polls back in 2016. Independent-voting women favor Biden by a 57 point margin, compared to Clinton’s 4 points four years ago. White women — a group that Trump won by 9 points back in 2016 — now favor Biden by a 15 point margin. All of these groups are key to victory — senior citizens are among America’s most reliable voting cohorts, as are, according to exit polling from 2016, white women. In 2016, 67 percent of white women said they voted, compared to 64 percent of white men, 50 percent of Hispanic women, and 64 percent of Black women. A shift among any of these groups — particularly in swing states with large populations of older voters, like Florida and Texas — could help shape the results of the 2020 election. But Trump has held onto the majority of his 2016 supporters — 91 percent of likely 2020 voters who voted for him four years ago plan to do so again. And importantly, Trump now has support from 87 percent of voters who consider themselves to be conservative, more than the 82 percent of conservative voters who supported Mitt Romney back in 2012 (or Reagan in 1984) and the 84 percent of conservative voters who supported George W. Bush in 2004. Putting the polls into context To put these polling results into historical context, I wanted to take a look at past September polls during election years, particularly during presidential races taking place between an incumbent president and a challenger. So I went back to the Septembers of 1984, 1992, 1996, 2004, and 2012, and found that September polling has been a crucial indicator for incumbents, win or lose. In September of 1984, then-President Ronald Reagan held a strong lead over Democratic nominee Walter Mondale, leading in Gallup polling conducted that month by a near-20 percentage point margin. A New York Times/CBS News poll from September 19, 1984, found Reagan and his vice president, George H.W. Bush, led Mondale and Rep. Geraldine Ferraro 54 percent to 33 percent. Reagan would go on to win a landslide victory, carrying 49 of the 50 states that November. But in 1992, it was the Democratic challenger, then-Gov. Bill Clinton, who led the incumbent, then-President George H.W. Bush, in September, with a 49 to 37 percent lead in the New York Times/CBS Poll from September 16, 1992. And in September 1996, Clinton held a 53 to 36 percent advantage with likely voters against Republican nominee Bob Dole. In 2004, polling seemed to vary widely, with some polls taken in September of that year showing then-President George W. Bush with a 13-point lead over Democratic nominee John Kerry, but others showing a more even contest (Bush would go on to win 31 states and 50 percent of the popular vote.) And 2012 was a remarkably close contest in September, with then-President Barack Obama leading Republican nominee Mitt Romney by just 2 percentage points in a Washington Post/ABC News poll conducted from September 26-29. I reached out to Steve Kornacki, a political correspondent for NBC News, who told me that Trump is in “measurably worse political shape” than any incumbent who won reelection since 1980, a list that would include Presidents Reagan, Clinton, George W. Bush, and Obama. But, Kornacki added, “his position isn’t as weak as the two who lost. Bush ’92 and Carter ’80 both had approval ratings in the 30s at this point, while Trump is in the mid-40s. (Carter was able to defy gravity for much of the ’80 race because of doubts about Reagan, but those melted away late, possibly because of that late October debate.)” Altogether, the national polls may not be as dire for the president as they appear, Kornacki said: “I’d say Trump’s behind, but only needs a few points of movement to have a real shot. Of course, with public opinion so entrenched, even a few points of positive movement may be asking too much for him.” Will you help keep Vox free for all? The United States is in the middle of one of the most consequential presidential elections of our lifetimes. It’s essential that all Americans are able to access clear, concise information on what the outcome of the election could mean for their lives, and the lives of their families and communities. That is our mission at Vox. But our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources. 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How conservative Catholics became supreme on GOP's court
President Donald Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett continues the GOP's remarkable streak of selecting Catholic jurists for the Supreme Court and underscores the enduring impact of the alliance between conservative Catholics and evangelical Protestants, which has transformed the Republican coalition.
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Media reaction to Barrett's Supreme Court nomination is 'the same all around': Joe Concha
The mainstream media’s reaction to President Trump’s nomination to succeed the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court is “the same all around,” the Hill’s media reporter Joe Concha told “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday.
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A jury sentenced him to 74 years in prison. Some now say it wasn’t their choice.
A former Army major who shot and wounded two sheriff’s deputies is arguing for a chance at release.
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White House chief of staff doubles down on attacks on FBI director
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on Sunday delivered a pointed rebuke of FBI Director Chris Wray after he testified that there isn't evidence of coordinated national voter fraud, despite President Donald Trump's baseless claims otherwise.
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Colorado Secretary of State Encourages Non-Citizens, Deceased to Register to Vote
Democrat Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold sent a postcard to non-citizens and the dead encouraging them to register to vote so they can cast ballots in November.
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Buffalo Bills avoid disaster, regroup late to knock off Los Angeles Rams after collapse
Josh Allen and the Bills nearly wasted a 28-3 lead, but Buffalo found a way to regroup late in the fourth quarter to move to 3-0.        
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Ballistics report contradicts Kentucky AG’s account of Breonna Taylor shooting
A Kentucky ballistics report raises questions about state prosecutors’ version of the police shooting death of Breonna Taylor, casting doubt on the claim that Taylor’s boyfriend fired at cops first and wounded one officer, according to a new report. The state police report also contradicts Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s assurances last week that “friendly fire”...
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Rams lose to Bills after costly pass interference call derails epic comeback
A fourth-down pass interference on the Rams in the closing seconds allows the Buffalo Bills to score a touchdown and win, 35-32.
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