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Local officials say nine Pennsylvania ballots were discarded due to an error, undercutting Trump claims of intentional fraud
Local officials in Pennsylvania on Friday provided more information about nine potentially mishandled ballots in Luzerne County, which the White House repeatedly cited to attack mail-in voting and question the integrity of November's election.
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Novavax Researcher Says No Chance Of A 'Shortcut' In Vaccine Safety
Vaccine maker Novavax is starting a large coronavirus vaccine trial in the U.K. Gregory Glenn, the company's president of research and development, talks with NPR about how vaccines are tested.
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Letters: Baseball is making some big errors
Letters from readers to the Los Angeles Times Sports department.
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How RBG went from a 'moderate' choice to a fiery dissenter
In 1993, no one knew the feminist icon Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would become. As America mourns her and faces a battle for her replacement where both gender and ideology promise to loom large, Renee Knake Jefferson and Hannah Brenner Johnson argue it's worth pausing to remember RBG's beginnings on the Supreme Court as a purportedly 'moderate' choice.
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UFC 253 free fight: Jan Blachowicz breaks Luke Rockhold's jaw, spoils divisional debut
Relive Jan Blachowicz's jaw-shattering knockout of Luke Rockhold from July 2019.        Related StoriesUFC 253 predictions: Who's picking upsets in Adesanya-Costa, Reyes-Blachowicz title fights?Diego Sanchez reacts to Conor McGregor's push for fight: Fans will be 'begging' for it after UFC 253UFC 253 video: Dominick Reyes, Jan Blachowicz on mark for vacant 205 title fight 
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House Democrats Developing New Scaled-Back Stimulus Package—Here's What We Know
The proposal is expected to include another round of direct payments, small-business loan funding, help for restaurants and the domestic airline industry.
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Why Ethan Hawke created his first TV show with ‘The Good Lord Bird’
“It was definitely the most challenging undertaking of my life,” says Hawke, 49, who stars in and executive-produced the show.
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Mets-Nationals game postponed because of inclement weather
The Mets’ game against the Nationals in Washington on Friday night has been postponed because of inclement weather. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Saturday starting at 3:05 p.m. The second game, regularly scheduled for Saturday, will start 30-45 minutes after the conclusion of the first. Both games will...
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COVID-19 Vaccine Has 98 Percent Success Rate in Johnson & Johnson Early Trial
"We encourage Americans to enroll in the vaccine trial," President Donald Trump said during a Thursday press conference.
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Music performances returning to The Kennedy Center
The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. is preparing to welcome back in-person musical performances on Saturday, September 26. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with Deborah F. Rutter, Curator at The Kennedy Presidential Memorial and the Artistic and Administrator Director for The Kennedy Performing Arts Center, about the center's "new normal" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Company to pay $60 million for deceptive pelvic mesh marketing
C.R. Bard failed to inform women of "serious and life-altering risks" related to permanent pelvic mesh devices.
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Queen Latifah hosts American Lung Association benefit
Queen Latifah is joining with friends including Whoopi Goldberg and Laura Dern on Saturday to spotlight the pandemic's disproportionate impact on Black people and other communities of color. (Sept. 25)   The recording artist, actress and producer will host a live-stream benefit Saturday for the American Lung Association's COVID-19 Action Initiative       
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Period drama king David Morrisey on research and filming during COVID-19
English actor David Morrisey has been a staple in period pieces over the course of his prolific career.
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At least 1,400 Virginia voters get duplicate absentee ballots amid rush to meet high demand, officials say
Safeguards are in place to keep people from voting twice, elections officials say.
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On The Ascension, Sufjan Stevens Is Born Again, but as What?
The new album is political, but it’s no protest record.
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Trump: Biden doesn't know Black voters 'like I do'
President Donald Trump looked to chip away at rival Joe Biden's support with African-American voters Friday, telling a crowd in Atlanta "Biden doesn't know Black Americans like I do," and insisting Democrats will take their vote for granted. (Sept. 25)       
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Marvel director Anthony Russo lists Pasadena's famous Culbertson House for $6.25 million
In Pasadena, Marvel director Anthony Russo is asking $6.25 million for his historic 109-year-old home designed by Craftsman masters Greene and Greene.
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Memorial honors Calif. firefighter killed in blaze
A memorial service was held Friday for a California firefighter who was killed while battling a blaze in the mountains east of Los Angeles. Charles Morton, 39, was a squad boss for the Big Bear Interagency Hotshots. (Sept. 25)       
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Trump expected to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to fill Ginsburg seat, kicking off Supreme Court fight weeks before election
Senate Republicans plan to move the nomination quickly and Democrats have little chance to block the nominee, but a bitter Senate battle looms in the weeks ahead.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Tehran’ On Apple TV+, Where A Mossad Agent Goes Undercover In The Iranian Capital
As a Mossad agent's undercover mission in Tehran gets more dangerous, she questions her loyalties.
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The Banks Are Back: Watch the ‘Father of the Bride’ Reunion Here
Welcome to the 2020s, Mr. Banks.
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Conservative ad uses RBG's words to argue for replacing her quickly
A new video ad released by a conservative political nonprofit group, used the words of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to advocate for filling her now vacated Supreme Court seat.
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Trump to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to US Supreme Court: reports
The White House has indicated in conversations that Barrett was Trump's intended choice to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg but cautioned that he could still change his mind.
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Dems to insist Trump's court nominee sit out legal challenges to election results
Senate Democrats say they will press President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee to commit to recuse herself if the justices hear a case that could impact the outcome of the fall elections, a request that could become a major flashpoint amid Trump's persistent attacks on the legitimacy of the elections.
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Apple temporarily drops App Store fee for online events
Tech giant suspends its 30% charge for businesses that use the company's app platform to sell online events.
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Carrie Underwood's son sings on her Christmas record
The Grammy Award for cutest collaboration of the year goes to Carrie Underwood and her five-year-old son Isaiah, who backs up his mom on "Little Drummer Boy." It's part of the country superstar's new Christmas album "My Gift." (Sept. 25)       
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Editorial: Amy Coney Barrett is qualified — but should not be confirmed
The arch-conservative judge would cement a 6-3 conservative majority on the Supreme Court — one that might very well overturn Roe vs. Wade.
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50 best US spots for apple picking, according to Yelp
'Tis the season for apple picking, and Yelp has put together a list of the top 50 apple-picking destinations across the U.S.       
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The Atlantic Daily: The Fight Over RBG
Every weekday evening, our editors guide you through the biggest stories of the day, help you discover new ideas, and surprise you with moments of delight. Subscribe to get this delivered to your inbox.The Fight to Replace RBG GETTY / THE ATLANTICThe first Saturday of fall will bring an announcement with the potential to shape American lives for years—if not decades.Tomorrow evening, at around 5 p.m. ET, President Donald Trump will name his nominee to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, kicking off a likely tense and deeply political confirmation process—worsened by the charges of hypocrisy facing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.As we noted yesterday, Democrats can do little to thwart the confirmation of Trump’s pick, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be political consequences come November. Here are some arguments to consider as you await Trump’s pick:The Democrats’ SCOTUS message could really work in swing states.“Even if the Court fight doesn’t fundamentally upend the election’s dynamics, small tremors could have a huge effect given how tight many of the key Senate contests remain,” Ronald Brownstein reports.By proceeding, Trump is taking away a lifeline for Republican senators who represent swing states.“A preferable scenario for embattled swing-state senators would be for Trump to put off a confirmation vote and let the election winner pick the nominee,” our White House reporter Peter Nicholas writes.Will Democrats fail the Amy Coney Barrett test?“If Barrett is nominated, the confirmation hearings are likely to provide Democratic senators with an opportunity to demonstrate their assumptions of moral rectitude and preening intellectual superiority,” Caitlin Flanagan argues.The great liberal reckoning has begun.Liberals are losing faith in the Court. “A century ago, the biggest critics of the federal judiciary were on the left, and for good reason,” Alan Z. Rozenshtein argues.JAE C. HONG / APWhat We ReviewedHollywood is in trouble: Tenet and Mulan couldn’t quite revive the United States movie industry. As our critic David Sims puts it: “No major studio has been nimble enough to get around the pandemic’s biggest obstacles.”Here’s what writers on our Culture team have been thinking about recently:Tenet practically demands multiple viewings.Christopher Nolan’s latest film is “a loud, brassy action blockbuster that matches visual spectacle with elliptical plotting.”Mulan goes heavy on gravitas at the expense of playfulness.The live-action remake is “a straightforward war movie with a mere dash of magic.”Antebellum isn’t just bad—it’s vile.The film “loads up on visceral scares and disturbing imagery in service of a shallow film that feels like a gory theme-park ride showcasing the horrors of slavery.”Coastal Elites is a tepid satire that doesn’t play well in a year as catastrophic as 2020.The HBO special “misdiagnoses the dangers facing the country.”76 Days is a brutal but utterly compelling look at the earliest days of the coronavirus outbreak.“If 76 Days has a narrative, it’s about order being slowly and painfully reborn out of total confusion, of humanity reasserting itself in the face of an uncompassionate and destructive disease.”Many of Perry Mason’s bleak touches are bolstered by the history of American law enforcement.“And if that feels disturbingly familiar in the era of George Floyd and Black Lives Matter, it probably should.”Here are four films you should look forward to this fall.“Some of the year’s best new movies are about American soul-searching”: Dispatches from the Toronto International Film Festival.Did someone forward you this newsletter? Sign up here.
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NC elections chief: New changes have given 'clarity' to the voters
Karen Brinson Bell joins The Lead.
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Judge tosses quadriplegic defense in hedge fund manager sexual harassment case
A federal judge has ruled that being a quadriplegic did not necessarily stop a hedge fund manager from sexually harassing his employees. Influential biotech investor Sam Isaly — who left his $15 billion hedge fund after a scathing report claimed he “perpetuated a toxic culture of sexual harassment” — has had his defamation suit against...
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'The Comey Rule' premieres this weekend with Jeff Daniels portraying former FBI Director James Comey & his tumultuous relationship with President Trump
James Comey & Jeff Daniels join The Lead.
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Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich are over, plus Bill Murray’s legal drama and why Cardi B left Offset
Today in celebrity news, there are broken off engagements, classic rock legal letters and divorce details.
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David Beckham is reportedly really into beekeeping these days
He's said to be gearing up to launch a line of honey.
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Thom Brennaman resigns from announcing Reds games after homophobic slur
"The Reds respect Thom Brennaman's decision to step away from the broadcast booth and applaud his heartfelt efforts of reconciliation with the LGBTQ+ community," CEO Bob Castellini said in his statement.
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McDonald's offering 'rare' Travis Scott action figures as part of 'Cactus Jack Sweepstakes'
Man, McDonald’s really went all-in on this Travis Scott promotion, huh?
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The Supreme Court confirmation process, explained
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death leaves the Supreme Court with a vacancy just weeks before the presidential election.
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Here's a list of Latino-owned lifestyle businesses in L.A. for National Hispanic Heritage Month
Many Latinx lifestyle brands in Los Angeles are inspired by cultural identity. They are also largely female. Did we miss your favorite? Let us know.
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Cardinal proclaims innocence after resigning in Vatican financial scandal
One of the Vatican's powerful cardinals has resigned from his post amid a growing financial scandal.
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Celebrate 'Observe the Moon Night' this weekend
People all over the world are coming together this weekend to observe the Moon and celebrate past, present and future lunar exploration. (Sept. 25)       
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Former Rep. Ron Paul 'doing fine' after apparent medical emergency on livestream
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said on Twitter that his father, former U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, is doing well after an apparent medical emergency Friday.       
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Executives caught bragging of cozy government relationships as they sought approvals for controversial Alaskan gold mine
For the Pebble Mine executives dreaming of a mountain of gold, they could go down as the Zoom calls that cost billions of dollars. Environmental activists posing as Chinese investors recorded them touting their influence and now the Alaska project may be banned.
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Southwest Airlines extends deadline for free companion pass offer. Here's how to get one
In an effort to persuade travelers to fly again, Southwest Airlines is offering those who travel by Nov. 15 a shot at a limited companion pass.        
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Steele dossier source revelations show 'we never should have had a special counsel': Sen. Ron Johnson
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of allegations of collusion between Russian officials and the Trump 2016 campaign had "no legitimate predicate," Senate Homeland Security Committee chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Friday.
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US still in first wave of pandemic
The United States has reported 7 million coronavirus cases, and Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci says we are still in its first wave of the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Nick Watt reports.
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Mourning the Way RBG Calmly Approached Opposition
For all the fieriness of her “notorious” alter ego, Ginsburg always favored calm over fury.
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McCloskeys Give Viral Gun-Holding Photo Holiday Card to Protester Yelling 'Abolish the Suburbs'
The St. Louis couple were making copies of a holiday card displaying their gun-toting photo, according to the protester, who posted a video of the incident.
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Trump Selects Amy Coney Barrett to Fill Ginsburg’s Seat on the Supreme Court
The president’s nomination of Judge Barrett, a favorite of conservatives, to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, will kick off a furious and unprecedented scramble to confirm her in the Senate before Election Day.
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