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Nationals fans lost their ballpark this season. They lost their World Series celebration, too.
Has baseball been this soothing lighthouse, a guide toward a sliver of normal in the novel coronavirus pandemic? Or, in Washington, did it only lead to more stress?
5 answers to common tech questions revealed
A woman called her company’s tech support desk, and the technician asked for her password.
A pandemic upended their communities, so these teen inventors built apps to make life easier
Young inventors who have turned their attention to fighting a global pandemic that has infected more than 32 million and claimed nearly a million lives.
Seattle police arrest 10 for assaulting cops, smashing windows, setting fires
Seattle police made at least 10 arrests Saturday evening when Breonna Taylor protests devolved into chaos and violence as demonstrators set fires and damaged property and allegedly committed assaults in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Boredom prompts half of Americans to start holiday shopping early, study claims
It’s always such a relief to have Christmas shopping done before Halloween.
Powerball Results, Numbers for 9/26/20: Did Anyone Win the $25 Million?
The winning numbers in Saturday evening's drawing of the Powerball were 11, 21, 27, 36, and 62. The Powerball was 24 and the Power Play was X3.
Israel Adesanya breaks down UFC 253 masterpiece against 'dumb' Paulo Costa
Israel Adesanya is wasting no time turning the page after a flawless title defense against Paulo Costa at UFC 253.        Related StoriesNow champion, Jan Blachowicz still eyes Jon Jones: 'He promised me this fight'UFC 253 results: Israel Adesanya mauls Paulo Costa, retains middleweight titleUFC 253 results: Israel Adesanya mauls Paulo Costa, retains middleweight title - Enclosure
LAPD officer 'grazed' in head by bullet inside police station; suspect in custody: reports
A suspect was in custody Saturday night after a Los Angeles police officer was struck in the head by a bullet inside the department’s Harbor Station in San Pedro, according to reports.
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Leader of India Says Country’s Vaccine Industry Will ‘Help All Humanity’
A study offered an explanation for children’s ability to fight off the virus. The lockdown in Melbourne, Australia, is being further eased.
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Second Stimulus Check Mired in Congress Six Months After Trump Signed First
A bipartisan split over the contents of a further relief package, which might include further direct payments, continues among lawmakers.
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How to safely enjoy a campfire on your next outdoor trip
As wildfires rage across the US West Coast, campfire safety in the great outdoors is more important than ever. While a campfire is a lovely place to gather, it can quickly become dangerous. Here's how to safely enjoy campfires.
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What to watch in NFL Week 3: Cam Newton vs. the Raiders, Aaron Rodgers vs. Drew Brees
Quarterbacks older and younger thrived as NFL teams averaged 50.3 points, a historic showing, over the first two weeks of the season.
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Dana White says Colby Covington likely next for Jorge Masvidal, Nate Diaz fight shelved
The welterweight grudge match could be coming to fruition.        Related StoriesNow champion, Jan Blachowicz still eyes Jon Jones: 'He promised me this fight'Dana White responds to Conor McGregor's leaked DMs: 'It's one of the dirtiest things you can do'Dominick Reyes after UFC 253 loss to Jan Blachowicz: 'Nothing left to do but get back up' 
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LAPD officer wounded during attack inside Harbor Division station in San Pedro
An LAPD officer was wounded during a shooting at Harbor division station in San Pedro
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Now champion, Jan Blachowicz still eyes Jon Jones: 'He promised me this fight'
Champ Jan Blachowicz still wants Jon Jones.        Related StoriesUFC 253 results: Jan Blachowicz finishes Dominick Reyes to win light heavyweight titleDana White responds to Conor McGregor's leaked DMs: 'It's one of the dirtiest things you can do'UFC 253 results: Israel Adesanya mauls Paulo Costa, retains middleweight title 
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LAPD Harbor cop recovering from graze wound to head after police-involved shooting
An LAPD Harbor cop was recovering from an apparent graze wound to the head under circumstances that remained unclear early Sunday. The shooting injury follows by two weeks the ambush shooting of two Los Angeles County Sheriffs as they sat in their patrol car in Compton, also on a Saturday night. Both have since been...
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Rizin FF 24 live results
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Oil Heavyweights Look Ready for a Showdown
Saudi Arabia and Russia don’t agree on how to approach faltering oil demand. We’ve already seen where such a standoff can lead.
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The Rockwell Museum wants you to go vote, and recruited top illustrators to inspire you
One of the most famous American painters and illustrators, Norman Rockwell produced pithy artwork to promote democracy and civic engagement in his time. Now, a museum in Massachusetts dedicated to him asked artists to design "get out the vote" posters for 2020.
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Dana White responds to Conor McGregor's leaked DMs: 'It's one of the dirtiest things you can do'
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Rochester names first female police chief after protests
NEW YORK – The mayor of Rochester, New York named the city’s first female police chief on Saturday, weeks after firing the previous chief amid protests over the death of a Black man in police custody. Cynthia Herriott-Sullivan, a top official at the Rochester Housing Authority who previously served as a city police officer for...
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Joe Biden jokes that he began Senate career ‘180 years ago’
In what was either a flat-falling joke or a flub, Joe Biden said on live television Saturday that he started his Senate career “180 years ago.”
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Portland unrest prompts arrests; objects thrown at officers, flag burned: reports
More than a dozen rioters were arrested late Saturday in Portland, Ore., as crowd members threw cans, bottles and other objects at law enforcement officers, authorities said.
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UFC 253 bonuses: Israel Adesanya, Jan Blachowicz nab 'Performance of the Night' honors
UFC 253 bonuses: Israel Adesanya, Jan Blachowicz nab 'Performance of the Night' honors        Related StoriesTwitter reacts to Israel Adesanya's masterful title defense against Paulo Costa at UFC 253Twitter reacts to Jan Blachowicz's TKO of Dominick Reyes at UFC 253 – and Jon Jones went hardFight Game on the 'Gram: Dominick Reyes' best posts before UFC 253 
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LeBron James after Lakers knock off Nuggets: 'Job is not done'
SportsPulse: The Los Angeles Lakers are headed back to the NBA Finals after knocking off the Nuggets in Game 5, but LeBron James is not ready to celebrate anything yet.        
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Middleweight champ Adesanya runs MMA record to 20-0
Middleweight champion Israel Adesanya retained his title and remained unbeaten as he stopped Paulo Costa in the second round of their bout at UFC 253.       
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Dominick Reyes after UFC 253 loss to Jan Blachowicz: 'Nothing left to do but get back up'
Dominick Reyes voiced disappointment and optimism following his TKO loss.        Related StoriesDominick Reyes after UFC 253 loss to Jan Blachowicz: 'Nothing left to do but get back up' - EnclosureUFC 253 results: Jan Blachowicz finishes Dominick Reyes to win light heavyweight titleTwitter reacts to Jan Blachowicz's TKO of Dominick Reyes at UFC 253 – and Jon Jones went hard 
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Ebner dominates in Aranda debut as Baylor tops Kansas 47-14
Trestan Ebner left little doubt he was more than ready for Baylor’s opener after two games were called off because of COVID-19 concerns.
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Israel Adesanya defends UFC Middleweight Championship with TKO victory over Paulo Costa
Israel Adesanya defeated Paulo Costa to retain the UFC Middleweight Title via a second-round TKO.
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No. 16 Tennessee wins seventh straight 31-27 over Gamecocks
Tennessee quarterback Jarrett Guarantano expected a difficult time at South Carolina. He also expected the 16th-ranked Vols to come out on top, no matter how hard things got.
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Jan Blachowicz captures belt vacated by Jon Jones
Jan Blachowicz is the UFC light heavyweight champion after he scored a TKO victory over Dominick Reyes at UFC 253.       
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Spiller leads No. 10 Texas A&M over Vanderbilt 17-12
Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher admitted that he'd be mad all week after the way his 10th-ranked team played against Vanderbilt on Saturday night.
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Patterson steps up, leads No. 20 Hokies past NC State 45-24
Quincy Patterson II came off the bench to throw two touchdown passes and run for another score, leading No. 20 Virginia Tech to a 45-24 victory over NC State on Saturday night.
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The Spawn of NYC’s Most Elite Media Stars Started a Woke High-School Paper
Photo Illustratiom by The Daily Beast / Photo via GettyThe teenaged kids of some of the biggest names in New York’s media elite—Chris Cuomo, George Stephanopoulos, and others—have teamed up to start an online publication bridging the traditional style of their parents’ generation and the Gen-Z focus on fighting racism and inequality at all levels of society.In July, amid the coronavirus pandemic, Lily Wolfson and Ryan Pelosky, two New York City high-school students, decided they wanted to launch an online newspaper for teens. They emailed a network of friends they knew through school, extracurricular activities, and social occasions, and enlisted a few dozen peers from across the city to help launch The Iris, a New York-based digital newspaper.The resulting website is a student newspaper on steroids. The Iris has glossy sheen and a fairly sleek design, and is packed with opinion articles, reported local and national news pieces, interviews, features, and even a crossword puzzle.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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No. 2 Crimson Tide rolls on offense to 38-19 win over Mizzou
Nick Saban has never lost a season opener while coaching Alabama.
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Stars keep Stanley Cup hopes alive with double OT win over Lightning
The Dallas Stars are still in the running for the Stanley Cup after Corey Perry scored the game-winning goal in double overtime of Game 5 of the Final on Saturday night to force Game 6. 
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Man takes police cruiser, leads officers on Montgomery chase, police say
Man was taken for physical, psychological evaluation, police say.
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BC rallies from 14-points down, beats Texas State 24-21
Boston College coach Jeff Hafley told his team all week to expect the game against Texas State to come down to the wire.
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Bennett helps No. 4 Georgia rally past Arkansas 37-10
Stetson Bennett transferred away from Georgia after a freshman year spent far down the depth chart
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Hubbard, No. 15 Oklahoma State, escape with another victory
For Chuba Hubbard and Oklahoma State, it wasn’t pretty, but in the end, when it really mattered, he and his team made the plays they needed to.
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Well, at Least Katie Holmes Is Having a Good Time
LRNYC/MEGA/GettyWe’re teetering on the brink of an unthinkable future. Our democracy hangs by a thread. “How are you doing?” feels like a useless greeting; everything is bad now. Americans are simultaneously fed up and burned out. We feel a fiery rage and debilitating grief. But hey: at least Katie Holmes is having a good time.The 41-year-old actress is, as the New York Post put it this month, “The queen of public make outs.” Like your friend who can’t read the room and won’t shut up about her new boyfriend after you tell her your grandmother just died, Holmes has spent a historically shitty summer living out La Dolce Vita with her beau, a chef named Emilio Vitolo Jr.The two were first seen together the first of this month, dining al fresco in SoHo. Vitolo is the 33-year-old son of Emilio Vitolo Sr., a famous New York restaurateur. He’s something of a man about town, as made evident by the fact that he was a cover boy for Man About Town magazine back in 2014. (The spread was shot, unfortunately, by infamous creep and alleged serial abuser Terry Richardson.)Read more at The Daily Beast.
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NFL Week 3 predictions: Underdog Cowboys will cover on road
Home team in CAPS: Cowboys (+5.5) over SEAHAWKS: With three eminently winnable Jerry’s World games on tap after this trip, against a side that is eminently vulnerable on defense, compelled to swing with the ’Boys, who remain a tenacious, tough out on the road. PATRIOTS (-5.5) over Raiders: The Silver and Black have been pointing...
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Video shows NYPD charge at, arrest protesters amid outdoor diners in NYC
“People were just chilling and listening to music. Then a squad of policemen came up and broke it up,” one witness said.
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What Drove the ‘Blade Runner’ Olympian to Kill His Model-Girlfriend?
Charlie Shoemaker/GettyIn making sense of former Olympic and Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius’ story, particularly the February 2013 night when he shot and killed his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, it’s best to assume that you’ll never arrive at a satisfying set of answers. All of the evidence in the case in which he was convicted for culpable homicide—and later, murder—in 2014 was circumstantial. No one alive knows the why of what actually happened except Pistorius himself, but the new ESPN 30 for 30 four-part film, The Life and Trials of Oscar Pistorius, about the event as well as Pistorius’ career as a double-amputee runner, makes a long-winded attempt to decipher a narrative that diverges from the prosecution’s.The film, directed by Dan Gordon, makes a thorough effort to understand Pistorius within a wider context that is skeptical of both media sensationalism and South Africa’s justice system. Unfortunately, Gordon falters in his attempt to weave in South Africa’s history of apartheid and currently high frequency of gender-based violence. The director manages to trace a racist and violent history without fully reckoning with the present-day realities of white supremacy in the country. In the process, it seems to make the claim that Pistorius’ own tragedy simply got caught up in an ugly national story that had little to do with him as an individual—a perspective that plays into white exceptionalism rather than challenging state violence and systemic oppression. As a result, the message that seems to ring out is that Pistorius’ life matters more as a successful athlete, as a white man of wealth, as a grieving boyfriend who had already lost his mother as a boy.Of course, Pistorius’ life matters, as did Steenkamp’s, and as did all the women and child victims of terrible gender-based violence in South Africa, most of whom are Black. At one point, a spokesperson for the family says that South Africa’s history of apartheid and its current issues with gender-based violence became conflated with Pistorius’ trial; certain people were ready to believe that he was guilty because someone needed to be punished for the country’s sins. What this evaluation misses is that white South African authorities created the very system that ultimately took down Pistorius, even if it was women of color—including a Black woman judge—who ultimately oversaw the case. What Pistorius’ family seems to be objecting to is that their Oscar was subject to the same system that a Black South African would have been.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Anthony Davis shows his value at critical moments of Lakers' Game 5 win
Lakers forward Anthony Davis makes key plays in Saturday night's clinching win over the Denver Nuggets and finally reaches the NBA's biggest stage.
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Four Women Reveal Their Horror Stories of Teddi Mellencamp’s ‘All In by Teddi’ Diet
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photos via InstagramAnyone who’s kept up with Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills over the past three years knows cast member Teddi Mellencamp’s proclivity for holding others accountable. Not just in the “you didn’t come to my event!” or “are you friends with Brandi Glanville?” way but in regard to her actual occupation as an “accountability coach.”The mysterious title refers to Mellencamp’s accountability coaching program called All In by Teddi, a weight-loss system that’s faced scrutiny over the past week for its alleged harmful messaging, minimal diet, expensive fees, inexperienced staff, and hostile manner of holding clients “accountable” for their commitment to the program. While her days as a housewife are confirmed to be over, Real Housewives fans on social media are still demanding answers from Mellencamp as former clients claim they feel traumatized and swindled by her company.The whistleblowing began in June of last year, when an anonymous person shared their negative experience with All In in a Facebook post that was eventually shared on Reddit. Writer Chrissy Stockton reported on the post in an article for Thought Catalog, and comedians Casey Wilson and Danielle Schneider discussed it on their popular Real Housewives recap podcast Bitch Sesh (in the latest episode, they said Mellencamp’s camp sent them a cease and desist). Fast forward more than a year later on September 15 to fashion influencer Emily Gellis Lande, who called similar attention to Tanya Zuckerbrot’s popular F-Factor Diet, posting Stockton’s article on her Instagram and attracting a multitude of personal stories from previous clients in her inbox.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Mike Tyson, 54, says his 2020 vote will be the first of his life
Mike Tyson has a lot more on his mind than just an exhibition fight against Roy Jones Jr.
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