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Portland sheriff disputes Trump's claim he supports president
"In tonight's presidential debate the President said the 'Portland Sheriff' supports him. As the Multnomah County Sheriff I have never supported Donald Trump and will never support him," Sheriff Mike Reese tweeted.
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Singer Helen Reddy dies at 78
Reddy was the first Australian to win a Grammy Award.
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Fact Check: Joe Biden Said Trump Did ‘Nothing to Help Small Businesses’ During Pandemic
Joe Biden said during the first presidential debate in Cleveland Tuesday night that President Donald Trump has done “nothing to help small businesses” during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Fact-checking the first Trump-Biden presidential debate
Here's our round-up of 21 dubious claims in the first debate clash between President Trump and Joe Biden, with the lion's share from Trump.
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Fact Check: CNN Falsely Claims Trump 'Refuses to Call Out White Supremacists'
CNN ran a headline Tuesday evening specifically claiming: "Trump refuses to call out white supremacists." He did -- at least twice -- during the debate.
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Trump sows distrust in election, again
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Watch the entire first 2020 presidential debate
President Donald Trump and democratic nominee Joe Biden took the stage in Cleveland for the first presidential debate of 2020.
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Will This Debate Change Anyone’s Mind?
There were some spectacularly cruel moments from our president.
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Trump incessantly interrupts and insults Biden as they spar in acrimonious first debate
The squabbling overwhelmed a debate that displayed substantive differences between the men on the nation’s converging crises. The president’s interjections and jeers led moderator Chris Wallace to repeatedly plead with him to follow the agreed-upon rules.
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CNN calls presidential debate a 's---show' and a 'disgrace,' blames Trump
The anchors of CNN weighed in after the first presidential debate between President Trump and Democratic nomiee Joe Biden on Tuesday night, with one describing their first confrontation as a "s---show."
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Shooting breaks out at Amazon fulfillment center in Florida, killing 1
Two people were shot, one of them fatally, at an Amazon facility in Jacksonville, Fla., Tuesday evening – months after another shooting there left a young man dead and two other people injured.
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Kamala Harris: Trump 'Will Not Condemn White Supremacists' -- It Was Not a Dog Whistle, He Talking Through a Bullhorn
Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris said on Tuesday night's broadcast of MSNBC's "The 11th Hour" that President Donald Trump's refusal to condemn "white supremacists" was a "dog whistle through a bullhorn.
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‘Let me shut you down,’ Trump tells Biden in first presidential debate
President Trump on Tuesday told Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden he needed to "shut [him] down" as he defended his national reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Hollywood Stars Rip Debate Moderator Chris Wallace: 'F**k You' 'Worst I’ve Ever Seen'
Hollywood stars ripped Fox News' Chris Wallace for his role as the moderator of the first presidential debate on Tuesday, saying that the news anchor was too timid and lost control of the proceedings as President Donald Trump took control of the stage through sheer force of will.
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Debate-watchers say Biden won first debate - CBS News poll
Immediately after the debate, the CBS News Battleground Tracker interviewed likely voters nationwide who watched the debate in order to get their reaction.
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"Stand back and stand by": Trump doesn't condemn white supremacists
After the debate, in the Proud Boys' Telegram channel, members boasted of Mr. Trump's reaction to "stand back and stand by."
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Trump tells Proud Boys: 'Stand back and stand by'
President Donald Trump declined to clearly condemn white supremacist groups and their role in violence during Tuesday's first presidential debate, at one point telling the neo-fascist group "Proud Boys" to "stand back and stand by." (Sept. 29)       
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Doug Schoen: First Presidential Debate -- Here's who won on style and substance
The first presidential debate between Trump and Biden lacked any real substance that could change attitudes in any meaningful way.
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Biden campaign already selling ‘Will you shut up, man’ T-shirts
Well, that didn’t take long. Joe Biden’s campaign is now hawking “Will You Shut Up, Man” T-shirts — after the Democratic nominee aimed the retort at President Trump during their first debate on Tuesday night. The black tops — bearing the phrase superimposed on a photo of a grumpy-looking Trump — went up for sale...
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Carville: Biden Should 'Think Long and Hard' If He Wants the Country to Go Through Another Debate
Democrat strategist James Carville said Tuesday on MSNBC's "The 11th Hour" that after tonight's presidential debate, former Vice President Joe Biden should "think long and hard whether they want to put the country through this again."
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Gerald Meerschaert perfectly sums up off-the-rails first presidential debate in one sentence
Gerald Meerschaert said what we were all thinking about Tuesday's debate and poked a little fun at himself in the process.        Related StoriesOfficial UFC 254 poster released featuring Khabib vs. Gaethje title unifierOfficial UFC 254 poster released featuring Khabib vs. Gaethje title unifier - EnclosureCarlos Condit wants Nick Diaz rematch: 'I know a lot of people want to see that fight' 
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De Blasio reacts to Trump’s claim that NYC is a ‘ghost town’
Mayor de Blasio fought back against President Trump’s assertion that the Big Apple is a deserted “ghost town” — tweeting out two photos of outdoor diners socializing on city streets. “Doesn’t look like a ghost town to me,” the mayor posted as Trump and Biden duked it out in the first presidential debate. In one...
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Trump Repeatedly Attacked Mail-In Voting During the Debate. There’s No Evidence Behind His Claim
The chaotic inaugural presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden culminated in one of the most contentious exchanges of the night, with Trump doubling down on his intent to sow doubt in the integrity of the election system. After Biden committed to accepting the results of the election – regardless…
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MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace: Trump's debate performance 'felt like an assault'
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace described President Trump's presidential debate behavior as abusive Tuesday night, adding she thinks men and women viewers may have different opinions about his performance.  
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Chris Wallace tried — and failed — to control Trump. Something needs to change.
Could the veteran newsman have done better? Maybe not. But there’s no point in having two more debates like this.
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Judge Amy Coney Barrett Sided With Corporations Over People 76% of the Time on Appeals Court, Report Finds
A recent analysis from a government watchdog group found that Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump's pick for the Supreme Court, ruled in favor of corporations over people in 42 out of 55 cases while serving as a federal appeals court judge.
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Ari Fleischer declares presidential debate 'a trainwreck': 'This shouldn't be a food fight'
Tuesday's first presidential debate was "a trainwreck," former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer told "Hannity."
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Race and law enforcement: Full presidential debate video part 4
During the first debate of the 2020 election, President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden debate the state of race relations in the United States stopping the violence that has broken out in many cities. Check out more CNN debate coverage here.
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Gleyber Torres’ stunning Yankees outburst surprised no one
Before the postseason started on Tuesday, Gleyber Torres said he got some advice from someone who has been there plenty of times before. Prior to the Yankees’ 12-3 win over the Indians in Game 1 of the wild-card series, Brett Gardner told him even though the season didn’t go how the Yankees might have planned,...
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The first post-debate polls say Biden won
Jim Watson, Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images To get a better picture of how this will affect the race, though, we’ll have to wait longer. To get a methodologically rigorous look at who “won” the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden — if winning is defined as helping their presidential campaign’s chances — you’ll have to wait a bit longer. The indicators we have right now are necessarily incomplete and limited; they’re focus groups of tiny, handpicked samples of undecided voters, or polls of people who watched the debate rather than the electorate at large, or just pundits making stuff up. Plus, the true impact of a debate is often determined in the spin war fought in the hours and days afterward. Keeping these limitations in mind, overall those preliminary findings so far look better for Biden. CBS News and YouGov have been tracking respondents in battleground states, and they were able to quickly contact some of those respondents and ask those who watched the Tuesday debate what they thought. Overall, 48 percent said Biden won the debate, while 41 percent said Trump won, and 10 percent said it was a tie. As CBS elections and survey director Anthony Salvanto pointed out on air, this was pretty close to the support for each candidate going in. CBS NEWS BATTLEGROUND TRACKERInstant poll of debate watchers: more say Joe Biden won tonight’s debate pic.twitter.com/dHZqV95wqB— CBS News Poll (@CBSNewsPoll) September 30, 2020 Kabir Khanna of the CBS News Election and Survey Unit also points out that 42 percent of debate watchers said they thought worse of Trump afterward, and 24 percent said they thought better of him. In contrast, 32 percent said they thought worse of Biden, while 38 percent thought better of him. This is kinda interesting, aside from just who "won" debateSlightly more watchers say debate made them think better of Biden (38%) than worse of him (32%): nets to +6When it comes to Trump, more watchers say it made them think worse (42%) than better of him (24%): nets to -18 pic.twitter.com/0tVuOg1h3K— Kabir K. (@kabir_here) September 30, 2020 CNN and SSRS also conducted an instant poll of debate watchers, and they found a more lopsided margin in Biden’s favor. Sixty percent of their respondents thought Biden won, while 28 percent thought Trump won. CNN instant poll of debate watcher: 60% say Biden won, 28% say Trump won. pic.twitter.com/5qIhkFQrwe— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) September 30, 2020 Then we have the focus groups. Republican pollster Frank Luntz convened a focus group of 16 purportedly undecided voters from swing states, and in general they had kinder things to say about Biden’s performance than Trump’s. Asked to describe Trump in one word or phrase, the responses were: “horrid,” “chaotic,” “unpolished,” “crackhead,” “ehh,” “puzzling,” “un-American,” “unhinged,” “an ass, but a confident ass,” “classic Trump,” “forceful,” “unhinged,” “bully,” “arrogant,” arrogant,” “typical.” Then, asked to describe Biden, the responses were: “I was surprised at how well he did,” “better than expected,” “definitely more professional than Trump and I think he’s more a people person,” “competent,” “politician,” “showed restraint and compassion,” “politician,” “predictable,” “nice guy but lacking vision,” “coherent,” “leader,” “attentive and rehearsed,” “somewhat evasive,” “humanity and integrity,” “predictable,” “presidential.” CNN convened its own focus group of undecided voters in Ohio, and most of them said that neither Biden nor Trump won the debate (there were about a dozen, and one said Biden won while two said Trump won). The bigger picture, of course, is that Trump is currently losing to Biden, according to all the pre-debate polls. So even something like a draw in the debate would effectively be a win for Biden. Trump needed a strong performance to dramatically reshape the race, and the early indications are that he didn’t get that. 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. Our mission has never been more vital than it is in this moment: to empower you through understanding. But our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources. Even when the economy and the news advertising market recovers, your support will be a critical part of sustaining our resource-intensive work. If you have already contributed, thank you. If you haven’t, please consider helping everyone make sense of an increasingly chaotic world: Contribute today from as little as $3.
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A hot mess of a debate, and a bad plan by Trump: Goodwin
A hot mess does not make for a great debate. Or an interesting one or even an entertaining one. America was mistreated Tuesday. A highly anticipated show down in a closely fought presidential election in a deeply divided country had the potential to be a clarifying moment. Instead, it was a sweaty, formless flop. Worse,...
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Spanish-Language TV Viewers Say Donald Trump Beat Joe Biden
Telemundo's Spanish-speaking viewers reported two-to-one that Donald Trump won the combative presidential debate on Tuesday night.
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6 takeaways from the off-the-rails first debate between Biden and Trump
President Donald Trump turned his first debate with Democratic rival Joe Biden into a chaotic disaster.
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Charlotte, N.C., officers linked to Black man's in-custody death resign ahead of video release: reports
Four Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers and one sergeant in North Carolina have resigned following their involvement in the arrest of a Black man who later died while in custody, according to reports.
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CNN’s Dana Bash calls first presidential debate a ‘s—show’
CLEVELAND, Ohio — CNN’s chief political correspondent Dana Bash unapologetically called Tuesday evening’s chaotic presidential debate a “s— show” live on the air. The veteran cable network anchor was lost for words as she and her colleagues tried to dissect the shambolic 90-minute debate which frequently devolved into chaos as the two candidates spoke over...
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Happy Yabba Dabba Doo! 6 fun things about 'The Flintstones' on its 60th anniversary
'The Flintstones,' celebrating its 60th anniversary, was primetime TV's longest-running animated show until 'The Simpsons' eclipsed it decades later.        
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Walmart store of the future: New design focuses on 'seamless' shopping experience
Walmart unveiled a new store design that focuses on integrating online and in-store shopping to make a more seamless experience regardless of channel.       
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Walmart unveils new store design with self-checkout kiosks, contactless options rolling out to Supercenters
Self-checkout kiosks and contactless payment options are a part of Walmart's new store design rolling out to 200 stores by early next year.       
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Hints From Heloise: Leftover jars are just right for lunch containers
Each size jar has its purpose, including holding salads, soups and dressings.
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Miss Manners: Is my husband being snubbed by famous writers?
Wife of shy professor thinks his guests are rude when they don’t initiate a conversation.
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Ask Amy: Long-ago struggle with bulimia reemerges decades later
Reader doesn’t fit stereotype, so thinks there’s no help available.
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Moderator Chris Wallace Receives Blowback After Rocky Debate Performance
Several prominent journalists and political commentators took to social media on Tuesday to share their frustration with moderator Chris Wallace's performance during the first of three presidential debates between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
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Carolyn Hax: Have you seen my hat? It was next to my trust, which is missing, too.
His girlfriend denies being jealous of his ex, but some of his old clothes are disappearing.
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Joe Biden: No More Coal or Oil Plants in America
Former Vice President Joe Biden said during the presidential debate on Tuesday night that, under his administration, the country will not build any more coal or oil plants in America.
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September 29 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
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Trump and Biden show own vulnerabilities in a messy argument: ANALYSIS
Analysis of the first presidential debate.
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5 key takeaways from Biden and Trump's 1st presidential debate
Five key takeaways from Tuesday's first presidential debate.
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Post-debate CNN poll: Six in 10 say Biden won the debate
Six in 10 debate watchers said former Vice President Joe Biden did the best job in Tuesday's debate, and just 28% say President Donald Trump did, according a CNN Poll of debate watchers conducted by SSRS.
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