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Miley Cyrus is ‘Disappointed’ by Liam Hemsworth Divorce Filing MILEY CYRUS – Singer and actress Miley Cyrus was reportedly surprised and disappointed that Liam Hemsworth went through with filing for a divorce. Celebrities Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are one of the most controversial couples in Hollywood. The couple was in an on-again, off-again relationship […]

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The Most Shocking Moments of the First Presidential Debate
In Tuesday’s debate, Donald Trump was more animated about a groundless conspiracy theory involving Hunter Biden than he was about any other issue.
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After 'being put through hell,' Dequan Townsend putting tragedies aside until after UFC on ESPN 16
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Twitter temporarily suspends Hungarian government account 'without warning or explanation,' cabinet official claims
Twitter temporarily suspended an official account of the Hungarian government on Wednesday.
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Suspect charged with attempted murder in ambush shooting of LA deputies
Los Angeles prosecutors have charged a 36-year-old man with attempted murder in the ambush shooting of two sheriff’s deputies. Deonte Lee Murray was arrested in a separate carjacking case on Sept. 15 after a standoff with police in Lynwood — three days after the caught-on-video shooting of the two deputies, the Los Angeles Times reported...
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New Mexico server surprised with $1,200 tip through Venmo challenge: 'I love my community'
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Watch: Fox News has some debate advice for Trump
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Hollywood celebrities fuel Texas Democrats' fundraising push in bid to turn Lone Star State blue
Hollywood celebrities are flocking to support Texas Democrats, urging their fans to chip in $38 to help turn the Lone Star state blue in the November election. 
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When book storage is limited, people get desperate. Don’t make the mistakes I did.
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What Trevor Lawrence thinks of ‘Tank for Trevor’ NFL Draft slogan
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Most people say they’ve become more frugal during the pandemic
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House Judiciary Committee could release big tech antitrust report next week
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Nicaragua proposed law seeks to make fake news punishable by prison
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Kathie Lee Gifford puts her heart into 'Then Came You': 'I don't ever want to stop believing in love'
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NFL threatens harsher punishment if coaches don’t wear masks
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Court rules Subway sandwiches too sugary to meet legal definition of ‘bread’
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Greenland's ice sheet is melting as fast as at any time in the last 12,000 years, study shows
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Palantir Shares Up in Wall Street Debut
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Commission on Presidential Debates promises more 'structure' at remaining debates
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NYC Board of Elections absentee ballot vendor snafu hits Long Island
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Kathie Lee Gifford on her new movie, her love life and her children's pandemic weddings
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DOJ announces largest healthcare fraud takedown
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Oklahoma teen fatally shot at party by man allegedly playing with gun
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Google introduces new phones, Google TV, smart speaker and Chromecast
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Pope Francis refused to meet with Mike Pompeo so as not to boost Trump
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo attends the launch of a US-Vatican symposium on Faith-Based Organizations, on October 2, 2019, at the Old Synod Hall in the Vatican. | Andreas Solaro/Pool/AFP via Getty Images Part of the problem lies with Pompeo’s decision to act as a Trump campaign surrogate in his official capacity. When President Donald Trump’s top diplomat can’t get a meeting with God’s ambassador, you know something is wrong. While on a weeklong trip to Europe, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo planned to sit down with Pope Francis during a visit to the Vatican. But the Catholic leader refused the photo ops and handshakes with America’s top diplomat out of one major concern: That he’d be a pawn in Trump’s reelection efforts. “Yes, that is precisely why the pope will not meet American secretary of state Mike Pompeo,” Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, the Vatican’s secretary for relations with states, told Italian news agency Ansa on Wednesday. That’s jarring, especially since the men met in person last October to discuss promoting religious freedom, even amid impeachment hearings in Washington. Pompeo still met with top Vatican officials, but the papal stiff-arming underscored two key changes. First, Pompeo wanted to criticize the Vatican’s still-secret deal with China, agreed to two years ago, so instead he used a speech in Rome on Wednesday to make his points publicly. “Nowhere is religious freedom under assault more than in China,” Pompeo said during a conference on religious freedom hosted by the US embassy to the Holy See, clearly directing his comments at Pope Francis. “We must support those demanding freedom in our time.” It’s not a surprise Pompeo went after the deal. He’s led the administration’s fierce pushback against China and wants much of the world to follow suit. Plus, Pompeo has made promoting religious liberty a key issue during his time at the State Department. Second, the 2020 US presidential election is just over a month away, and pictures of Pompeo and His Holiness smiling and chuckling could conceivably alter some Americans’ views on the current administration. Pope Francis, it seems, didn’t want to run that risk. But wait: The Secretary of State is America’s top diplomat, not Trump’s personal envoy. Why, then, would the Vatican boss have any concerns that such a meeting with Pompeo might be seen as picking sides in the US presidential race? The answer lies with Pompeo’s unsavory decision of late to act as Trump’s campaign surrogate, even in his official capacity — and it seems that decision may now be harming the administration’s ability to meet with foreign leaders. Pompeo is trying to boost Trump’s reelection efforts During the Republican National Convention in August, Pompeo filmed a short video while on official travel in Jerusalem, Israel, to back Trump. His decision shattered years of precedent in which sitting Cabinet members, and especially high-profile ones like secretaries of state, don’t engage in openly political and partisan activities. It was a norm Pompeo’s predecessors — in both Republican and Democratic administrations — believed was important to uphold. From Jerusalem, the City of David — see you soon! pic.twitter.com/KNPTIXfK0K— Mike Pompeo (@mikepompeo) August 26, 2020 And earlier this month, the secretary spoke at a Baptist church in Plano, Texas, about the role of faith while serving in government. However, he waded into the domestic battles that animate the presidential discussion today. “We need to return to the founders’ central understandings about faith and how this Judeo-Christian nation is central to the world, and we must stand with it and we can’t let anybody try and rewrite history to suggest otherwise,” he told the audience. “It is an absolute imperative that we stand on these traditions and continue to build them up. It’s for our kids and for our grandkids. It’s absolutely imperative.” These aren’t normal comments for a secretary of state — the nation’s top diplomat — to make, or normal forums for him to make them in. That’s why government ethics experts like the Brookings Institution’s Norm Eisen are concerned. This all “appears to be part of a coordinated effort to showcase senior administration personnel in battleground states in close proximity to the election to benefit President Trump’s political interests rather than to serve the public interest,” Eisen told me last week. There’s a further problem: “Pompeo’s politicking, especially in his official capacity, undermines his ability to represent the United States across the world,” said Donald Sherman, deputy director of the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), a watchdog group. “He’s either America’s chief diplomat or he’s a political crony for one political party.” Pope Francis’s decision not to meet with Pompeo seems to make it clear which one the Vatican thinks he is. Help keep Vox free for all Millions turn to Vox each month to understand what’s happening in the news, from the coronavirus crisis to a racial reckoning to what is, quite possibly, the most consequential presidential election of our lifetimes. 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Lakers vs. Heat: Complete NBA Finals preview coverage
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Video shows arrest of suspect in kidnap attempt of Joe Montana’s granddaughter
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Debate Organizers Say They Will Make Format Changes Before Next Debate
After a presidential debate plagued by interruptions and crosstalk — mostly from President Trump — many voters and journalists asked whether more could have been done to stop the chaos.
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After brain-eating amoeba killed 6-year-old boy, it could take months to clean Texas city's water
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NFL threatens suspensions, forfeiture of draft picks for mask-wearing violations
On Wednesday, the NFL sent a memo to all 32 teams indicating that improper mask usage could lead to suspensions or the forfeiture of draft picks.       
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Chicago Mayor Lightfoot slams Trump after he blasts Windy City violence
Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot fired back at President Trump on Tuesday night after he skewered her city during a presidential campaign debate against Joe Biden as a hotbed of crime and violence.
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Dana White: Khabib pulled plug on coaching 'TUF 29' vs. Conor McGregor after message leak
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Homicides rise in L.A., reflecting a national trend of deadly violence
But L.A. isn't alone. Many big cities see rise in killings, likely exacerbated in part by the coronavirus crisis and economic hardship, study finds.
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Entire Mississippi Middle School Forced to Quarantine After 30 Percent of Student Body Exposed to COVID-19
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Padres' top pitchers Mike Clevinger and Dinelson Lamet left off roster vs. Cardinals due to injury
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What’s Fact and What’s Fiction in the Gloria Steinem Biopic
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Apple Rewards CEO Tim Cook with Up to a Million Shares of Stock
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Video shows men wanted in connection to Queens mom killed by stray bullet
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