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Patrick Mahomes reaches another historic milestone, but Chiefs fall to Chargers in AFC West showdown

Patrick Mahomes threw for 260 passing yards and three touchdowns to reach 15,000 yards passing faster than any quarterback in NFL history. But the Los Angeles Chargers came away with a 30-24 victory over the Chiefs in Kansas City Sunday afternoon.
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Katie Couric Opens Up About Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Colin Kaepernick Controversy on ‘The Late Show’: “We Made A Mistake”
"We all make judgement calls... sometimes our human emotion gets involved in it."
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Likes, anger emojis and RSVPs: the math behind Facebook's News Feed — and how it backfired
In late 2017, Facebook had a big problem: users were commenting on, "liking" and resharing posts less than they had in the past.
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Bride wears special wedding dress for husband, who is blind
Like most grooms, Anthony Ferraro, who is blind, had no clue what his fiancée was planning for her wedding dress. But when she walked down the aisle, he was shocked by the custom dress and kind gesture she had created for him.
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WaPo editor joins liberal critics targeting Kyrsten Sinema for wearing denim on Senate floor
The Washington Post's Karen Tumulty joined a throng of liberals expressing their disapproval of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's, D-Ariz., choice of attire Tuesday as she complained about her wearing a denim vest on the Senate floor.
Netflix drops epic official trailer for ‘Cowboy Bebop’ live-action series
A week after tantalizing anime audiences with a thrilling teaser, Netflix has finally dropped the official trailer for its live action "Cowboy Bebop" series.
Jack Ciattarelli says Phil Murphy is 'failing' New Jersey: 'This is the worst place to do business'
New Jersey Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli said on Wednesday that he is running for election because Phil Murphy is failing the Garden State and the state has been the worst to conduct business.
96-year-old German woman tried for atrocities at WWII Nazi camp
In Germany, a 96-year-old woman is facing charges of accessory to the systematic murder of more than 11,000 people at a Nazi concentration camp where she served as secretary. Charlie D'Agata is at the courthouse and highlights how this case reflects a race against time in the hunt for justice, as both eyewitnesses to the Holocaust and those responsible for it succumb to old age.
Heavy rain pounds parts of Northeast as hurricane force winds knock out power to thousands
A powerful Nor'easter blasted parts of New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts overnight, pushing ocean waves over the top of homes along Cape Cod, downing trees and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands across the region. Mola Lenghi reports.
'Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water': Nintendo Switch Release Date and Cost
Cult horror game "Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water" has been remastered for next-gen consoles, including the Nintendo Switch, PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Biden heads abroad with most of his ambassadorial picks stranded in the Senate, stunting U.S. diplomatic efforts
To date, only four of Biden’s choices to be a U.S. ambassador to a foreign government have been approved by the Senate — three of them just on Tuesday. Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is blocking many of them.
Husky's Adorable Guilty Reaction to Chewing a Door in Half Viewed 10M Times
Some dog lovers blamed the owner, writing: "Huskies aren't made to be locked inside all day, they are pack animals."
Merck will allow drug makers in other countries to make its COVID-19 pill
The drug, known as molnupiravir, has shown promise in treating the disease. The agreement to license its production could help millions of people in the developing world gain access to it.
Bitcoin tumbles amid filing for ETF that would bet against the crypto
The application comes just a week after the SEC allowed the first bitcoin futures ETF, the ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF, to begin trading.
Oklahoma man allegedly killed then buried employee under customer's septic tank, authorities say
A body believed to be that of a man missing in Oklahoma since September was recovered Thursday and his boss has been arrested for homicide.
Jonas Brothers to be roasted in Netflix comedy special
The Jonas Brothers are set to get roasted.
Netflix Drops Trailer for Kevin Hart’s ‘True Story’
It's Kevin Hart's first dramatic role, and there's a murder involved.
Washington Post fact-checker admits he repeatedly punted McAuliffe's COVID claims that got 'Four Pinocchios'
Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler appeared to offer plenty of leniency for Democratic Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe over a claim he repeatedly made, which apparently reached a boiling point.
The 11 most popular items from Kelly Clarkson's home collection on Wayfair
Shop top-rated Kelly Clarkson Home items hand-curated by the singer herself, including curtains, area rugs, ottomans, and more—all on Wayfair.
Shedding its racist roots, a Mississippi high school football team dominates the state
Greenville Christian Academy, a small private school built to circumvent desegregation laws, is dominating Mississippi high school football. Now boasting a student body that is 70% Black - the team is all Black - the Delta area school is ranked number one, despite being badly outmanned by larger programs. Jan Crawford has the details.
"Ghost gear" initiative aims to recover lost and abandoned fishing gear
More than 600,000 tons of lost and abandoned fishing gear is believed to end up in the world's oceans every year. CBS News correspondent Nancy Chen reports on the effort to clean up "ghost gear" from Portland, Maine.
Taiwan Unveils Exoskeleton Suit That Makes Soldiers Stronger on Battlefield
The battery-powered lower-body suit could one day help soldiers lift weights of up to 220 pounds, according to a member of the team behind it.
Adam Levine addresses fan grabbing him during Maroon 5 performance
A fan had to be removed by security after she rushed the stage and grabbed Levine's arm while he was performing the song "Sunday Morning."
The NCAA spends more on men's sports than women's, another gender equity report finds
NCAA spending per Division I and national championship participants was $4,285 for men and $2,588 for women in the 2018-19 season. The gap is even larger for single-gender sports, the report shows.
Merck Will Allow Other Drug Manufacturers to Produce Its COVID-19 Pill
The Medicines Patent Pool said that it had signed a voluntary licensing agreement for molnupiravir with Merck
CDC says 4th COVID-19 booster dose may be needed for immunocompromised people
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in updated COVID-19 guidelines this week that some immunocompromised people may need a fourth dose of the vaccine.
'Squid Game' creator responds to LeBron James disliking the show's end
Count LeBron James among those caught up in "Squid Game."
Christmas gifts for teens: 70 best ideas for girls and boys in 2021
Not sure what to get the teens in your life for Christmas? Check out our extensive list of gifts for teen boys and girls!
Nor'easter causes flooding, leaves hundreds of thousands in the dark
Parts of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut all saw more rain yesterday than they typically get in an entire month.
Can the Brooklyn Nets contend without Kyrie Irving?
SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports NBA reporter Jeff Zillgitt explains how the Nets will move forward without Kyrie Irving on the court.
US Marshals raid wrong apartment, hold mom and baby at gunpoint: video
Kada Staples was napping in her apartment with her 3-month-old child when armed US Marshals knocked at her door and ordered her to come out.
'Shakespeare in Love' playwright Tom Stoppard said 'Leopoldstadt' would be his last play -- now he's not so sure
In an interview with Christiane Amanpour, the legendary playwright said he felt he "ought to write something else now."
'Shakespeare in Love' playwright Tom Stoppard said 'Leopoldstadt' would be his last play -- now he's not so sure
Legendary playwright Tom Stoppard has said that he remains unsure as to whether he has written his last work.
Gabby Petito’s dad doesn’t expect closure from Brian Laundrie’s notebook
Gabby Petito's grieving dad, Joe Petito, has said he doesn't expect any closure to come from what may be written in Brian Laundrie's recovered notebook.
Congress wants YouTube, TikTok and Snap to cough up internal research, too
The companies tried to convince senators they’re not Facebook at a hearing Tuesday.
No complaints of unsafe conditions on the 'Rust' set were sent to the state's safety bureau
2 officers are indicted in the death of man who was shot 76 times
A grand jury returns an eight-count indictment against two Georgia law enforcement officers in connection with the 2016 killing of a man during an attempted fugitive arrest in the Atlanta area.
Social media executives testify in wake of Facebook leak
Executives from TikTok, Snapchat and YouTube were grilled by Senators about the steps their platforms are taking to protect their young users. CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports.
United States issues its 1st passport with 'X' gender marker
The United States has issued its first passport with an “X” gender designation — a milestone in the recognition of the rights of people who don’t identify as male or female
Caitlyn Jenner Defends Dave Chappelle Amid ‘The Closer’ Netflix Controversy: “Woke Cancel Culture Run Amok”
In a new video, Chappelle blamed the recent backlash on "corporate interests."
'Rust' actor describes ‘life-threatening’ shootout scene before fatal accident involving Alec Baldwin
An actor who was in a different scene involving firearms on the set of the movie “Rust” is speaking out about his “life-threatening” experience.
20 products under $25 that help organize your laundry room
We enlisted organizing experts to help us pick the best products for organizing a laundry room, all priced at under $25.
Loudoun County school board member calls for superintendent to resign for pushing trans policy
A member of the Loudoun County School Board in Virginia has joined concerned parents and students in calling for the resignation of Superintendent Scott Ziegler in the wake of an email that surfaced last week.
The U.S. Should Rethink Public-Service Loan Forgiveness
Biden’s tweaks to the long-struggling program have some value. But a deeper reimagining would be even more worthwhile.
Child Finds Massive Venomous Snake Hiding in School Backpack
Snake catcher Gianni Hodgson told Newsweek it was one of the more unusual places he had found one of the slithery reptiles.
US asks UK court to allow Julian Assange to face espionage charges in US
The United States asked Britain’s High Court on Wednesday to overturn a judge’s decision that Julian Assange should not be sent to the United States to face espionage charges, promising that the WikiLeaks founder would be able to serve any prison sentence he receives in his native Australia.
Column: Exxon Mobil is using a bizarre Texas court rule to harass its global warming critics
Exxon is exploiting a unique Texas courthouse procedure to intimidate global warming activists.
What's on TV Wednesday: 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' on The CW; 'The Wonder Years' on ABC
What to watch Wednesday, October 27: 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' on The CW; 'The Wonder Years' on ABC; 'Nova: Universe Revealed' on PBS; World Series
How Republicans used Senate delays to make changes at U.S. product safety regulator. Critics call it a ‘power grab’ that puts public at risk.
Slow confirmations are common but rarely play out with such clear consequences.