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John Lennon's killer Mark Chapman apologises to Yoko Ono for 'despicable act'

Mark Chapman gunned down the Beatles legend outside his New York apartment 40 years ago and he has now issued an apology to John Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono
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Body of missing 4-year-old boy found in Ohio river
A 4-year-old Ohio boy’s body has been discovered in a river days after he wandered away from a family member’s home, authorities said. Quentin Ellcessor, who is autistic and non-verbal, was found dead around 5 p.m. Monday in the Scioto River, about two miles away from the home where he was last seen in Kenton,...
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Barack Obama Says Trump Turned White House Into 'Hot Zone' and 'Winter Is Coming'
Obama said at a Tuesday rally the country can't afford to have Trump continuing to ignore a pandemic that experts say will get far worse during the colder months.
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New York City's Most Socially Distant Office? It's Sitting in the Middle of the East River
Improv Everywhere created an office that floats in the middle of the East River, much to the delight of passing boats and jet skis.
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Keith Raniere’s first sex slave breaks her silence about Nxivm’s ‘monster’
Keith Raniere’s first sex slave broke her silence Tuesday to tell a Brooklyn judge she is still so traumatized by the “monster’’ Nxivm cult leader that she can’t even say his name. “He screwed with my mind for so long,’’ said the woman, Camila, during victim-impact statements before Raniere’s sentencing in federal court on charges...
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Aliens on nearest 1,000 stars to Earth may be watching us
If indeed aliens do exist, they may be watching us from not too far away in space, a new study has found. The research found there are 1,004 star systems that might contain Earth-like planets within 300 light-years of Earth that might be able “to detect Earth’s chemical traces of life.” “If observers were out...
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Amy Coney Barrett sworn in at White House ceremony
Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as the nation's newest Supreme Court justice at a White House ceremony Monday night. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joins CBSN with details.
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Ilhan Omar mobilizing progressives to push Biden further left
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., said in an interview that Democrats will have "a cohort of progressives" who will try to influence 2020 presidential nominee Joe Biden should he be elected.
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Study finds evidence of waning antibody immunity to COVID-19
Scientists at Imperial College London tracked antibody levels in the British population after the first wave of infections in March and April, Reuters reported.
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Gen Z activist on the "political revolution" to fight climate change
Jerome Foster II, executive director of One Million of Us, joins CBSN to discuss how his generation is mobilizing social and political movements across the nation in the fight against climate change.
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US sees rise in coronavirus deaths — again
Coronavirus deaths in the U.S. are on the rise once more. 
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Study suggests coronavirus immunity drops after 3 months
A new study suggests immunity to coronavirus may drop over several months.
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Will Libertarian Vote Impact 2020 Election? Experts Don't Expect Repeat of 2016 Spoilers
One expert described the 2020 race as a choice of "yes or no on the incumbent rather than going outside of that and looking for a third option."
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When Is Chuck Schumer up for Re-election? Progressives Press Top Democrat to Commit to Expanding Supreme Court
A group of progressive New York elected officials made the appeal to the Senate minority leader after the swearing in of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
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White House may deploy federal troops to quell Philadelphia riots
The White House is monitoring widespread riots in Philadelphia and is prepared to deploy federal troops, an administration official said Tuesday. “We’re monitoring the situation closely,” White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah told Fox & Friends. “If necessary we’ll be standing by and prepared to deploy federal resources.” “I want to make one thing clear,...
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Swastika Drawn on Jewish Democratic Candidate's Campaign Sign in Arizona State Senate Race
Seth Blattman confirmed that he reported the incident to local police and asked them to investigate it as a hate crime.
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Professor argues referring to famous composers by their last names is ‘white supremacy’
A music theory professor argued In an article published Saturday that referring to famous composers by only their last names is a form of white supremacy that needs to be remedied. Chris White, who teachers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, suggested that well-known composers like Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven, ought to be referred to...
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As Dodgers and Lakers win, coronavirus spreads at celebrations, alarming health officials
Social and public gatherings are one of several reasons why Southern California remains stuck in a coronavirus limbo, experts say.
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Donald Trump's Former Aide Says Melania is 'Repulsed' By President
Omarosa Manigault Newman spoke about the president's marriage on U.K. television, deeming it "strange."
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Kavanaugh foreshadows how the US Supreme Court could disrupt vote counting
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Nearly 50 Percent of North Carolina Voters Have Already Cast Their Ballot With 1 Week Until Election Day
As of Tuesday morning there have been at least 3.4 million ballots casted, which accounts for 46.9 percent of registered voters in the state.
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Will ‘This Is Us’ Season 5 Be On Hulu?
Your favorite drama is finally back for Season 5!
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A renewed surge of migration from Central America could pose early test for a President Biden
With future migration from Central America inevitable, a President Biden would face many of the same challenges he confronted as vice president.
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Donald Trump's College Newspaper in Pennsylvania Endorses Joe Biden for President
The University of Pennsylvania's student newspaper has endorsed Trump's Democratic opponent for the second time.
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Violent Halloween Display of Mutilated Bodies Sparks Multiple Police Visits
East Dallas artist Steven Novak decorated his front yard with scattered fake bodies and zombies covered in blood for Halloween.
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Tropical Storm Zeta charges toward U.S. Gulf Coast, prompting hurricane, storm surge warnings
It will be the eleventh named storm to strike the U.S. this season
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Violent protests erupt in Philadelphia after a Black man was fatally shot by police
Police said the victim, Walter Wallace Jr., "advanced towards" officers with a knife, but it's not clear in bystander video.        
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Very Nice! 'Borat' Sequel Garnered 1.6 Million Views During Opening Weekend
According to "Variety," Amazon said that "tens of millions of customers" worldwide watched the movie over the opening weekend (Thursday through Sunday) on Amazon Prime.
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San Francisco's iconic Coca-Cola sign will be taken down amid Coke's refocus on 'digital media platforms'
San Francisco's iconic "Enjoy Coca-Cola" sign, which has been up since 1937, will soon be removed.
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Obama offers blistering criticism of Trump: 'He's jealous of Covid's media coverage'
Former President Barack Obama on Tuesday offered blistering criticism of President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the economy.
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Obama offers blistering criticism of Trump over coronavirus: 'He's jealous of Covid's media coverage'
Former President Barack Obama on Tuesday offered blistering criticism of President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the economy.
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Opinion: NBA declared war on President Trump's 2020 presidential campaign
We've seen pro athletes speak out, but we've never seen anything like what the NBA has done to influence the 2020 U.S. presidential election.       
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There’s no more doubt: Democrats have to expand the Supreme Court
Mitch McConnell has shown them the way: They can do it, and they must do it.
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Pence's office says he did not attend swearing-in due to CDC guidelines
Vice President Mike Pence did not attend Monday night's White House swearing-in ceremony for Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett because he was adhering to US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, an administration official told CNN.
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Patrick Mahomes reveals baby-name progress with fiancée Brittany Matthews
Mahomes also spoke about his epic gender reveal with Matthews last week.
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Katy Perry uses face mask to pick up dog poop
"Two uses: a mask to cover yourself, your face, and then a mask to pick up your dog's poop," she said
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Becoming a U.S. Citizen to Vote Against Trump
An immigrant and first-time voter explains what drove her to the naturalization ceremony, and the polls.
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Salt Lake Tribune to stop printing daily after 149 years
SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake Tribune announced Monday it will stop printing a daily newspaper at the end of the year after nearly 150 years and move to a weekly print edition. The change won’t result in cuts to the newsroom staff of about 65 people, though some would be “redeployed,” the newspaper...
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T-Mobile wants to help more pay-TV customers to cut the cord with its new streaming service TVision
Wireless provider T-Mobile is launching a new streaming TV service with live news and sports and other content, without the need of a box or contract.      
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'Very nice!': Kazakhstan's tourism board is embracing 'Borat' catchphrase to attract visitors
The Kazakhstan tourism board is adopting the signature "Borat" catchphrase, "very nice!," in hopes of encouraging visitors to the country.       
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White NYPD cop who broke into black woman’s home, hurled racist slurs ordered to pay $1M
A white former NYPD cop must pay $1 million to a black woman after he broke into her Nashville home and drunkenly berated her with racial slurs in front of her two kids. Federal Judge Eli Richardson ordered Michael Reynolds to pay Conese Halliburton the sum on Monday in response to the civil lawsuit filed...
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Crews fight out-of-control California wildfires
Crews tried to beat back two wildfires in Southern California early Tuesday that have kept tens of thousands of people out of their homes even as another round of dangerous fire weather raises the risk for flames erupting across the state. (Oct. 27)       
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Democrat Meltdown: Rep. Max Rose Attacks Shopper at Staten Island Store
Democrat Rep. Max Rose (D-NY) is slipping in the polls in a race against Republican Nicole Malliotakis, as video of him cursing a voter surfaces.
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Michigan voters: 1 million absentee ballots not yet returned as Election Day nears
There's still time to return your absentee ballot, but at this point voters should take their ballots in person to their clerk's office or drop box.        
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One Week From Election, U.S. COVID Cases Are Rising in These States
Several states in the northeast and southern regions have seen an increase in average daily new cases in recent weeks.
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Bomb-making materials seized in plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Whitmer: report
Authorities “recently recovered” bomb-making materials that could lead to federal terrorism charges against six men charged in a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, according to a report. Prosecutors cited the seizure in court papers that asked for more time to seek indictments against the defendants, the Detroit Free Press said. “Firearms and explosive...
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Kelsea Ballerini responds to backlash over CMT Music Awards performance with Halsey: ‘Politely shut up’
Kelsea Ballerini hit back at haters for criticizing her performance with Halsey at the CMT Music Awards.
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Stop Waiting on New Covid-19 Treatments. Wear a Mask.
Vaccines and treatments will take time, as a setback by Lilly shows. Masks, distancing, and hand-washing are still the best line of defense in the pandemic fight.
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The Wanted’s Tom Parker, wife welcome second child after cancer diagnosis
Kelsey Hardwick gave birth last week.
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