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Tacoma police K9 killed, homicide suspect wounded in shootout
A Tacoma, Wash., police K9 died in the line of duty early Thursday morning due to injuries suffered during the pursuit of an armed homicide suspect, who was also wounded in the shootout, police said.
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Family: Paramedics wouldn't take 67 year old with Covid-19 to hospital
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Motor teens not slowing down during pandemic
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Woman says she was brutally attacked by squatters
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Graduates upset as they run into hiring freezes
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Woman deported for getting passport w/ false name
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Father fights for broadband access for son
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Woman gets hosed and bulldozed by city
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Mich. considers drones looking less like seagulls
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‘Tired of f–king losing’: Jordan Jenkins hopeful Jets can end cycle
Jordan Jenkins recently became one of the two longest-tenured players on the Jets. When the team cut Brian Winters and Quincy Enunwa, that left Jenkins and Steve McLendon as the only players who have been with the team since 2016. That means Jenkins has experienced a lot of losing, something the linebacker said he is...
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New Zealand COVID Outbreak Could Have Come From Frozen Food Packaging
New Zealand health officials are investigating whether a new outbreak of COVID-19, the country's first after more than 100 days, could have been imported through frozen food packaging.
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Judge contested by Angelina Jolie in Brad Pitt divorce also married them
Pitt's team said Jolie's actions "reek of bad faith and desperation."
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Georgia governor drops lawsuit against Atlanta mayor over mask mandate
Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp dropped his lawsuit against Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and the City Council on Thursday after suing the mayor over mask mandates and other coronavirus protections re-instated in July.
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Trump: ‘A lot of people’ think Edward Snowden ‘not being treated fairly’
President Trump polled his aides on Thursday about whether he should let anti-surveillance whistleblower and leaker Edward Snowden return to the US from Russia without going to prison, saying he was open to it. “There are a lot of people that think that he is not being treated fairly. I mean, I hear that,” Trump...
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Ranch fire triggers evacuations for residents of Azusa's Mountain Cove community
Officials issued mandatory evacuation orders Thursday afternoon as the Ranch fire threatened homes in Azusa's Mountain Cove community.
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Pelosi says no coronavirus relief talks until Republicans agree to $2 trillion price tag
Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that coronavirus relief talks would be back on the table only when Republicans agreed to a $2 trillion relief package. 
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Gutfeld on America’s unending chaos
Radical identity politics cynically assumes minorities are natural allies of criminals. Fighting crime might offend a mythical "base' of people who endorse criminality. It’s pure racism.
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Trump says he may give 2020 UN General Assembly address in person
Trump said he thinks appearing in person would better represent the US and that he feels he has an "obligation" to be there.
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Mauritius declares an environmental emergency, we explain the Electoral College, and we feature stories concerning a dinosaur discovery and space tourism.
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Jobless claims dip below 1 million for the first time since March
For the first time in more than 20 weeks, new claims for unemployment benefits dipped slightly below 1 million. But one sector continues to suffer historic losses: leisure and hospitality. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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Governor Drops Lawsuit Against Atlanta Mayor Over Masks, But Fight May Not Be Over
Gov. Brian Kemp suggests he will wait out his existing executive order and address Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' refusal to lift her mask-wearing requirement when he signs a new one on Aug. 15.
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RZA wrote a new ice cream truck jingle to replace ‘racist’ song ‘Turkey in the Straw’
RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan has partnered with Good Humor to write a new ice cream truck jingle in place of "Turkey in the Straw."
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Get to know Kamala Harris' family
Harris comes from a family of immigrants whose roots and political views heavily shaped her.
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New York cuts spending projections by $4 billion
New York has cut spending projections by $4 billion, thanks to freezes on hiring, new contracts and pay raises, as the Cuomo administration hopes for an influx of federal aid, according to a state report released Thursday. The state Division of Budget released its fiscal year 2021 first quarterly budget financial plan, showing that the...
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CDC warns of "worst fall" ever if coronavirus guidelines are ignored
CDC director Robert Redfield warned that if people do not follow the coronavirus safety guidelines, the upcoming flu season could make things even worse. Meanwhile, more than 1,500 students and staff from nine districts in seven states are in quarantine after positive cases were reported in schools that had just reopened. Manuel Bojorquez has the latest.
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Suspect arrested in KC child's killing; case launched DOJ's politically charged violent crime crackdown
Suspect arrested in the death of a Kansas City child, whose slaying launched the Justice Department's controversial violent crime crackdown.       
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Steel Panther's 'Rockdown in the Lockdown'
Drummer Stix Z of the Los Angeles glam metal rockers talks about the band's second benefit live stream of the pandemic. Rick Damigella reports.
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Astronomers find "Milky Way look-alike" 12 billion light years away
The galaxy appears as a near-perfect ring of light — a so-called "Einstein Ring."
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Dodger Stadium will serve as polling center for general election
The Dodgers have partnered with LeBron James' voting rights organization to turn Dodger Stadium into a polling center for the general election in November.
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Alex Berenson accuses Google of skewing search results for 'socialism and racism' to include 'capitalism'
Former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson accused Google Thursday of skewing search results to tie capitalism to racism.
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Mets’ depth now their saving grace in NL East race: Sherman
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Trump plans to deliver RNC speech on White House lawn
WASHINGTON — President Trump on Thursday confirmed to the The Post he intends to give his Republican National Convention speech from the White House lawn, defying critics who said the location was inappropriate. During an exclusive Oval Office interview, the president said he would visit the battlefield at Gettysburg at a “later date” and described...
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Journalist behind Chicago Tribune sale effort gets new watchdog gig
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Jackson has joined a not-for-profit watchdog organization that's been investigating government corruption since the days of Al Capone.
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Yale illegally discriminates against white, Asian applicants: DOJ
Yale University is illegally discriminating against Asian and white applicants in violation of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the Justice Department said Thursday. The agency said a two-year investigation into the Ivy League school found that Asian and white applicants have “one-tenth to one-fourth” the chance of being admitted as African American applicants with the...
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Ben Shapiro: Democrats slammed federal presence in US cities, but they want to 'send the feds to yell at you about masks?'
Conservative political commentator, Ben Shapiro, pondered whether Joe Biden would rather have federal officers enforce his proposed nationwide mask mandate, or have them work to quell the unrest in several U.S. cities.
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Cynthia Calvillo, Lauren Murphy agree to fight at UFC 254
An intriguing women's flyweight fight is expected to go down at UFC 254 in October.        Related StoriesYoussef Zalal happy to continue taking short-notice fights: 'That's where I thrive'UFC 252: Miocic vs. Cormier 3 press conference live stream (8 p.m. ET)MMA Junkie Radio #3078: Paige VanZant, Floyd Mayweather, UFC 252 preview, more 
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Hand over the political reins to millennials
Jill Filipovic writes that the pandemic has hit the already-struggling millennial generation particular hard. For millennials like myself, the only hope for real change is to elect people who are a part of our generation, but we have been largely cut out of an American political process that does not represent us.
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Opinion: Of course Kamala Harris is a citizen. That Newsweek column was a specious distraction
A law professor unfairly insinuated that Kamala Harris might be ineligible to be president.
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Meet Donald Trump, the incredibly shrinking president
Our View: Coronavirus response, unkept campaign promises, and mountain of lies and falsehoods show what a small man Donald Trump really is.        
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Death toll rising in super typhoon aftermath
As Typhoon Haiyan reaches Vietnam, more images reveal the complete devastation the storm caused in the Philippines. Shop owners are protecting their stores from looters as relief efforts try to get to the hardest-hit areas. Seth Doane reports.
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Massive job ahead for Philippines' typhoon relief efforts
CBS News' Barnaby Lo reports on Typhoon Haiyan's destruction from Cebu, one of the hardest-hit regions of the Philippines.
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Michael Cohen accuses Trump of infidelity and corruption in tell-all book
President Trump's former lawyer Michal Cohen is releasing a tell-all book claiming new allegations of fraud, infidelity and corruption against the president. Weijia Jiang reports.
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Extreme wildfire rips through California, forcing evacuations
An explosive fire is threatening more than 200 homes located north of Los Angeles. The pandemic is complicating evacuation procedures, and a dangerous heat wave is moving in. Jamie Yuccas takes a look.
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World leaders work to iron out Iran nuclear talks
Secretary of State John Kerry and European diplomats are in Geneva as talks to work out a deal with Iran over its nuclear program have reached a critical stage. If a deal is reached, it would only be the first step toward curbing Iran's ability to make nuclear weapons. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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Preview: The Devil's Twin
All new: A young mother is dead and identical twin brothers are the suspects. Did studying TV crime shows help them come close to pulling off the perfect crime? Erin Moriarty reports Saturday, Nov. 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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Biden and Harris call for nationwide mandatory mask order
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is calling on all governors to implement a mask mandate for every American and his running mate Kamala Harris is criticizing the Trump administration on the coronavirus vaccine. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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