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Treffen in Island: Merkel sieht Folgen des Klimawandels auch in Deutschland

Bundeskanzlerin Merkel hat mit den Regierungschefs Skandinaviens in Island über Klimafragen gesprochen. Gerade wurde dort ein Gletscher für "tot" erklärt worden - für Merkel ein Zeichen, dass gehandelt werden müsse.
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20 products that are on sale this weekend for up to 87 percent off
The New York Post Store’s three-day VIP Sale may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the awesome deals have stopped. To help you navigate all the savings, we rounded up 20 of our favorite products that are currently up to 87% off! We’ve got everything from celebrity fragrances to wireless earbuds. Klean+...
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Jackie Robinson, George Shuba, and the "handshake of the century"
In 1946, when the trailblazing player hit his first homer for a Dodgers farm team in an otherwise all-White league, one player shook his hand – an act that was by turns normal and groundbreaking
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Breaking down absentee ballots and when they are counted
CNN's John King breaks down how absentee ballots are received and counted in several key states.
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Trump Says Amy Coney Barrett's Philosophy Is Similar to Scalia's in Applying the 'Law as Written'
"Mostly, I'm looking for somebody that can interpret the Constitution as written," Trump said.
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Biden tacks to the center in fight with Trump over Rust Belt moderates. Will it drive away progressives?
Biden is emphasizing centrism to try court swing voters who favored Trump in 2016 in the crucial states of Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.        
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Dramatic video shows FDNY battle blaze at Brooklyn daycare
Sixty firefighters from responded to the scene. One was later treated for minor injuries at Brookdale Hospital.
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King: Coronavirus numbers take a turn for the worse
CNN's John King breaks down the latest Covid-19 numbers which show that cases are rising.
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Trump introduces his Supreme Court pick
On Saturday President Donald Trump officially announced federal judge Amy Coney Barrett to be his nominee for the nation's highest court, to fill the seat left open by the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Correspondent Rita Braver reports.
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Trump says Barrett a ‘natural fit’ to replace Ginsburg on Supreme Court
President Trump said Judge Amy Coney Barrett was a “natural fit” to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and said he and his Supreme Court nominee did not discuss the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade abortion ruling in meetings at the White House. “And I just felt that this was the right time,” the president said...
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Coronavirus pandemic pushes back NASA's search for life on Saturn's moon
NASA has delayed its upcoming mission to Saturn's moon, Titan, which could support life, citing budgetary concerns put on the agency by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Patriots vs. Raiders line, prediction: Take the home favorite
The Wildcat returns for his 24th season in The Post. Including the 1997-2019 seasons in the Bettor’s Guide, Cat’s record in print stands at 636-537 (54.2 percent) against the spread. (Home team in CAPS.) NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (-5.5) over Las Vegas Raiders Good for the Raiders for putting on a good show in their new...
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Chargers vs. Panthers matchups: Justin Herbert looks to build on strong debut
After looking impressive in his first NFL start against the Chiefs, Justin Herbert will face a Panthers defense that has had a week to prepare for him.
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Solution to Evan Birnholz’s Sept. 27 Post Magazine crossword, “Chorus Lines”
Cut the music.
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Hurricanes near U.S. coast forecast to worsen and multiply due to global warming
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season may be a harbinger of the future.
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 9/27
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Ted Koppel examines the controversy over qualified immunity, which shields police officers from civil lawsuits in many cases. Plus: Pauley profiles singer-songwriter Mariah Carey; Susan Spencer talks with a sculptor memorializing a groundbreaking moment in sports; John Dickerson looks at what presidential debates may reveal about the candidates; Luke Burbank interviews comic actor Jim Belushi, who has a found a new role as a cannabis farmer; Nancy Giles finds out why an old-time craze, roller skating, is on a roll; and Mo Rocca witnesses some of the contraptions built by families in lockdown for this year’s Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.
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John Lewis called for a revolution with his 'March' graphic novels. It's time we answer
Creating a graphic-novel memoir with the explicit goal of making nonviolent revolution attainable and urgent was audacious, write "March" series co-author Andrew Aydin and illustrator Nate Powell. But Rep. John Lewis took that risk, precisely because he knew the stakes.
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Republicans Promise a Quick Path to the Supreme Court for Barrett
Attention turns now to whether Republicans can confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett at warp speed, and how voters will react. Here’s the latest.
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Willie Nelson debuts music video for single 'Vote 'Em Out' encouraging people to unseat 'bunch of clowns'
As the November election draws closer, Willie Nelson debuted an animated music video for his single “Vote ‘Em Out” to encourage his fans to unseat those currently in power with their ballot.
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Debate flashback: Trump and Clinton’s most memorable 2016 moments
As President Trump and Joe Biden gear up for the first of three presidential debates next week, here is a flashback to some of the most memorable debate moments of 2016, between the current commander-in-chief and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. 
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COVID-19 lockdowns just ‘defer the problem’ of third wave, UK scientist warns
A UK government science adviser warned Sunday that ongoing lockdowns just "defer the problem" -- and warned that a third wave of the coronavirus next year is "entirely possible."
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This week is a big test for the IPO market
Investors have shown rabid enthusiasm for new stocks this September. That's forced some strategists to wonder: Is this a repeat of the frenzy that led up to the dot-com crash at the turn of the millennium?
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This website helps people with illnesses and disabilities participate in Black Lives Matter protests
Three artists have partnered to launch a digital platform that allows people unable to march in the streets to participate in Black Lives Matter protests.
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UFC 253 Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay: Israel Adesanya gets most with $40k
Fighters from Saturday's UFC 253 took home UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay totaling $225,000.        Related StoriesDominick Reyes after UFC 253 loss to Jan Blachowicz: 'Nothing left to do but get back up'Dominick Reyes after UFC 253 loss to Jan Blachowicz: 'Nothing left to do but get back up' - EnclosureIsrael Adesanya breaks down UFC 253 masterpiece against 'dumb' Paulo Costa 
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Rose Leslie, Kit Harington are expecting their first child
“Game of Thrones” stars Rose Leslie and Kit Harington will soon have a little wildling of their own.
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Amy Coney Barrett's debut shows she will be a tough adversary for Democrats
By nominating Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, President Donald Trump took the first step toward solidifying a 6-3 conservative majority, but as Democrats attacked the pick, she proved to be a skillful adversary in her first appearance as his nominee.
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When three Watt brothers suit up in one NFL game, parents Connie and John will be at home
Finally, all three Watt brothers will share the same field, and it's happening in the NFL — but parents Connie and John will have to watch from afar.        
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Biden Maintains Lead Over Trump Who Has Never Maintained Majority Approval Ratings From Voters
Biden has a 54-44 percent advantage over the president, although voters still trust Trump more with key issue of economy.
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Book Excerpt: "His Very Best: Jimmy Carter, A Life"
The latest book by bestselling historian Jonathan Alter is the first full-length biography of the 39th president
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Kamala Harris' SCOTUS hearing participation could be unprecedented
Sen. Kamala Harris questioning President Donald Trump's SCOTUS nominee could be unprecedented.
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Ranked choice voting, explained
This year, Maine will be the first state to use ranked choice voting in a federal election. This applies to the presidential race, as well as the US House and US Senate.
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Alps surprised by early snowfall, Swiss town sees new record
Parts of Switzerland, Austria, and Germany were surprised by unseasonably early snowfall overnight, after a sharp drop in temperatures and heavy precipitation.
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Donald Trump's biggest challenge comes on Tuesday
"A week is a long time in politics." That aphorism, usually attributed to the late British prime minister Harold Wilson, applied to a week in which President Donald Trump appointed a judge to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose the election and began getting ready for his first debate against Joe Biden.
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Rizin FF 24 results: Kai Asaskura demolishes Shoji Maruyama in non-title showcase
Rizin FF bantamweight champion Kai Asakura gave the latest demonstration of his striking power as he defeated Shoji Maruyama in one round at Rizin FF 24.       Related StoriesTwitter reacts to Israel Adesanya's masterful title defense against Paulo Costa at UFC 253Twitter reacts to Jan Blachowicz's TKO of Dominick Reyes at UFC 253 – and Jon Jones went hardCage Warriors 116 live results 
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He lost his brother to Covid-19. Twelve days later, he died, too
Nicholas Gismondi was in the hospital when he found out his older brother, Ralph, had died from the coronavirus April 5.
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He lost his brother to Covid-19. Twelve days later, he died, too
Nicholas Gismondi lost his older brother, Ralph Gismondi to Covid-19. Twelve days later, Nicholas also died due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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NFL picks for Week 3: Beat up 49ers still have enough to top Giants
Welcome to Week 3, which is not a happy place for teams that are 0-2 nor handicappers who are 13-17-2 against the spread. Where those teams turn for help is their problem, but this handicapper is going to seek comfort in an overwhelming recent trend. VSiN’s Steve Makinen reports that over the past four seasons,...
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Steve Doocy: If you invite the president of the US to your house, you really should tell your spouse
For much of the 1980s I was the feature reporter at the NBC-owned TV station in Washington, D.C.
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Niagara Falls: Take a photo tour of the iconic park
Niagara Falls, arguably the most famous and most visited waterfall in North America, is part of the nation's oldest state park. Writer Gary Garth takes you on a tour.        
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Fight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC 253
Fight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC 253        Related StoriesFight Game on the 'Gram: Dominick Reyes' best posts before UFC 253Rizin FF 24 live resultsUFC 253 bonuses: Israel Adesanya, Jan Blachowicz nab 'Performance of the Night' honors 
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What the United Nations Gets Wrong About Fighting Anti-Semitism | Opinion
Censorship cannot reverse hate. Only more contact with Jews, deeper understanding of the Holocaust and Nazi ideology, and knowledge of Israel's ancient and modern history can change people's beliefs and behaviors.
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'The Comey Rule': See Brendan Gleason as Donald Trump and More
Gleeson and Jeff Daniels lead a stacked cast in a Showtime dramatization of James Comey's 2018 memoir, "A Higher Loyalty."
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A pandemic. War. Vanderbilt football continued despite the misery of 1918
Infected players. War. Vanderbilt football suffered through 1918 season during the Spanish flu pandemic and emerged with plenty of stories to tell.       
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Trump has stacked the federal bench, but he's not winning many election court battles
President Donald Trump stacked the federal judiciary long before nominating his third Supreme Court justice. So far, that hasn't helped him gain an advantage in 2020 voting nearly as much as he might have liked.
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Crowd Supporting Trump in Rally Sought to 'Make America Godly Again,' Prayed For Police And End To Abortion
The National Prayer March was led by Rev. Franklin Graham, a conservative evangelical and Trump supporter, in downtown Washington.
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones: Seahawks' Russell Wilson has 'unique ways to frustrate defenses'
Dallas Cowboys must figure out how to generate more pass rush pressure or Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will make them pay.        
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Pompeo claims Trump foreign policy has made world safer, Americans' lives 'more secure'
The idea that President Trump is "anti-military" and is suspicious of U.S. intelligence agencies is an untrue "media narrative," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News' "Life, Liberty & Levin" in an interview airing Sunday night.
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RNC Chair McDaniel: Trump nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court fulfills campaign promise
When President Trump ran for office in 2016, one of the most important pledges he made was that if elected, he would appoint qualified, constitutional originalist judges to the federal courts. Four years later, chalk that up as just one more example of “Promise Made and Promise Kept.”
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