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Major hospital system struggling to recover computer network operations after cyberattack
Universal Health Services, a large hospital system with more than 400 locations across the country, was still working Tuesday to get its network and operations back online after a cyberattack early Sunday morning.
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1 dead, 1 injured in 'reported shooting' at Florida Amazon center, the second fatal incident there this year
Police and emergency vehicles responded Tuesday night to reports of an incident at the Amazon fulfillment center on Jacksonville's Northside.        
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No debate: Judge, Yankees pound Bieber, Indians in opener
Aaron Judge smashed a tone-setting, two-run homer on Shane Bieber's fourth pitch, Gerrit Cole struck out 13 and the New York Yankees opened the AL playoffs with a resounding 12-3 win over the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday night.
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Colombian woman missing 2 years found alive at sea: 'God did not want me to die'
In a survival saga for the ages, a Colombian woman who had fallen off the grid two years ago was miraculously discovered alive at sea by flabbergasted fishermen. Video of her dramatic rescue has since gone viral online.
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Unbeaten Norbert Novenyi Jr. before Bellator 247: 'People still don't understand the level I'm on'
Check out Norbert Novenyi Jr.'s full virtual media day session with reporters ahead of Bellator 247.        Related StoriesBellator 247's Denise Kielholtz: Kate Jackson's 'weaknesses are going to be my strength'Paul Felder eager to welcome Michael Chandler to UFC: 'That's a fight I'd like to come back for'Dissecting a masterclass: Just how good was Israel Adesanya at UFC 253? 
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You can save $100 on these Beats noise-canceling headphones for Amazon Prime Day 2020
This Amazon Prime Day 202 0Right now, you can save big on the Beats Solo Pro headphones by shopping this deep discount—see the details.       
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'Dumpster fire': See Tapper and Bash's blunt reaction to debate
CNN's Jake Tapper, Dana Bash and Abby Phillip discuss the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
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The economy: Full presidential debate video part 3
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden debate on the topic of the US economy during the first presidential debate of the 2020 election. Check out more CNN debate coverage here.
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Trump targets Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings during heated debate clash
“He didn’t have a job until you became once vice president,” Trump said.
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Pantone launches bold new color to combat menstruation taboos
The Pantone Color Institute has released a new shade of red, called "Period," to help reduce the stigma surrounding menstruation.
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When Is the Second Presidential Debate Between Trump and Biden?
The second of three presidential debates will take place in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
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The K-shaped economic recovery, explained
President Trump and Joe Biden during the first presidential debate on September 29, 2020. | AFP/Getty Images Joe Biden and Donald Trump offer up two visions of economic recovery. When you think about what’s going on in the economy, you’ve also got to think about who. And right now, things are not going evenly for everyone. During Tuesday’s first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, moderator Chris Wallace posed a question to the two candidates about the economy: is the US in a V-shaped recovery or a K-shaped recovery? For those who aren’t familiar with the alphabet soup of economic terms, it seems confusing. But it’s not as complicated as it seems. Essentially, those who say America is undergoing a V-shaped recovery mean, well, what it looks like — the economy is going to bounce right back to where it was pre-pandemic, like the letter V. But others say what the United States needs to watch out for is a K-shaped recovery — one where the rich recover much faster than everyone else. It looks like the letter K — two lines starting together and then diverging as they branch out. Trump and the Republicans are V-shaped believers, focusing on measures like the stock marketto argue that the economy is bouncing back. Biden and the Democrats argue that what’s happening is a K-shaped recovery: maybe the market is doing well and rich people have recovered, but for others, it’s going to be a long slog. The contrast is about more than what letter the economy looks like — it’s also about the policies Trump has in place and the policies a Biden administration would seek out. The president has taken a free-market approach, cutting taxes and deregulating businesses in an attempt to generate growth at the top (which is not always successful) that, he argues, will eventually help everyone else. Biden’s platform would attempt to create a recovery for more people, more quickly: Instead of a rising-tide-lifts-all-boats approach, he wants everyone to row in the same direction. The basic idea of the K-shaped recovery, briefly explained The general concept behind the K-shaped recovery is that if you were to draw a graph of how the economy is doing, the line representing rich people would go up and the line representing poor people would go down. Vox’s Matt Yglesias recently outlined the idea. Basically, wealthier people and those with white-collar jobs are doing fairly well during this — their jobs are sticking around, they’re cutting some spending, and life is generally fine. And stockholders’ wealth is even going up. But for less well-off Americans and people who have lost their jobs, it’s different — the stock market isn’t helping them, and for those who are unemployed, expanded unemployment benefits dried up at the end of July. With Congress not in a particular hurry to provide fiscal support, that means a drag on the economy. The divide isn’t just rich versus poor — it’s also white versus Black and people of color. For example, the overall unemployment rate is 8.4 percent. But when you break it down by racial lines, the story on what’s happening is quite different: white unemployment is 7.3 percent, and Black unemployment is 13 percent. White workers are the only ones with an unemployment rate below 10 percent. Vox’s Aaron Ross Coleman recently outlined the distinction and its impact: But now, as the top-line unemployment numbers have come down, Congress has failed to come to any consensus on aid for its most vulnerable citizens, particularly minorities. And this failure has left these Americans with no aid at all, abandoning them to suffer the effects of high unemployment in this unprecedented recession. And despite past warnings about the difficulty people of color have in recovering from recessions, lawmakers are repeating the mistakes. Donald Trump wants to talk the stock market. Joe Biden would rather talk the broader economy. When the coronavirus pandemic took hold in March, the government shut down the economy in an effort to try to get the virus under control. Businesses shuttered, millions of people lost their jobs, and activity ground to a halt. Activity is starting to recover, but the economy looks different depending on the measure you’re considering — if you look at the stock market (which is in large part being driven by the Federal Reserve), it looks pretty good. If you look at small businesses that are permanently closing their doors or millions of people still on unemployment, not so much. To talk about the contrast between Trump and Biden on the economy is to talk about the type of recovery the US wants to have. Whoever is president come January 2021 is going to have a lot of work to do to rebuild what has been lost during the pandemic. And reopening can only do so much — like it or not, plenty of people just are not falling over themselves to get on an airplane or go to a restaurant when a deadly virus is still spreading. The longer the government waits to act, the worse the economy gets, and the harder recovery becomes. Trump signed a $1.5 trillion tax cut that disproportionately benefited corporations and the wealthy the year he took office, and while he’s promised more tax cuts, it’s not clear what they’ll be. The president has talked about middle-class tax cuts around elections in the past, only for them to dissipate once votes are cast. Biden is running on a “build back better” economic agenda aimed not at re-creating the economy the US had back in February just as it was — one that was unequal in myriad ways — but at creating a new one that is fairer and better. It entails putting money and efforts into clean energy, caregiving, reshoring business, and addressing the racial wealth gap. While there is often thought to be a tension between equality and growth, Biden’s plan seeks to thread the needle. By some estimates, it could do so successfully — Moody’s Analytics recently projected Biden’s plan would create 7 million more jobs than a Trump second term. If you look at it closely, the economic recovery, even through the rosiest of glasses, is looking more like a check mark than a V. But regardless of the shape, it’s important to keep in mind when talking about what’s happening in the economy who it is and isn’t happening for. Will you help keep Vox free for all? The United States is in the middle of one of the most consequential presidential elections of our lifetimes. It’s essential that all Americans are able to access clear, concise information on what the outcome of the election could mean for their lives, and the lives of their families and communities. That is our mission at Vox. 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 understand this presidential election: Contribute today from as little as $3.
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5 takeaways from the first presidential debate
Trump tried to goad Biden into slip-ups in the first presidential debate, and the whole thing was awful to watch.
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Combative Debate Brings Donald Trump, Joe Biden Face-To-Face in Ohio
President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden, faced off in a heated debate that frequently turned to random accusations and deep personal digs during their first presidential debate live from Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday night.
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Fact check: Joe Biden called troops 'stupid bastards,' but only 'jokingly'
Social media posts lack context in noting Joe Biden called U.S. troops "stupid bastards." The remark was a joke and came amid praise for them.       
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Philadelphia man charged with murder of a Black transgender woman, adding to 'epidemic of violence' in 2020
The National Center for Transgender Equality in August reported that transgender homicides this year had already surpassed the 2019 total of 27.       
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Biden says he will 'support the outcome' of the election, vows to be president for Democrats, Republicans
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Tuesday said during the first presidential debate that he will “support the outcome” of the election, vowing, if elected, to be a president for both Republicans and Democrats.
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Trump accuses Biden of being weak on crime: 'We believe in law and order and you don't'
President Trump portrayed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden as weak on the crime during the first debate on Tuesday night
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A Disgusting Night for Democracy
The 90-minute spectacle tonight calls into question the value of having any “debates” of this sort ever again. No one knows more about public life than he or she did before this disaster began; some people know less; and everyone feels and looks worse.Start with the supposed moderator, Chris Wallace. It became obvious five minutes in that Donald Trump’s strategy was to interrupt, yell, and disrupt as often as he could. This is a strategy that can work only if no one gets in the way of it, and Chris Wallace just let it go on. Maybe Wallace was caught by surprise by Trump’s bellicosity and primate-dominance. (But—c’mon.) Even so, two or three minutes of this should have been enough to adjust. He didn’t adjust. And he let Trump roll over him.Maybe—I don’t know—the negotiated debate rules prevented Wallace from selectively cutting off the speakers’ mics. Even so, there are ways for the people supposedly in charge of an event to demonstrate that in fact they are in charge. Wallace made clear early on that he was not.Trump’s instincts are taken from pro wrestling, as with his famous stunt of shaving Vince McMahon’s head. Thus Trump was unconstrained by norms or unenforced rules; Wallace did not enforce the rules, and the result, as it would be in a brawl or an unrefereed sporting match, was one person unconstrained by any of the norms of “allotted time” or “take your turn” or “respectful disagreement,” and another who was half the time constrained by those expectations, and the other half taking the bait in some way.I recorded a whole detailed minute-by-minute annotation of the debate as it unfolded, but I’m not going to dignify this disaster with any details. It was a giant mess. Did the spectacle change any votes? Who knows. Maybe some people were revved up for Trump by his assertiveness. Maybe other people—I’d guess a larger number, but it’s just a guess—were repelled by his bullying tactics.Was Biden correctly playing the long game, by turning all topics from Trump’s favored terrain (It’s about me) to Biden’s theme (It’s about you)and addressing the camera rather than Wallace or Trump?Will either side’s strategy pay off ? I can’t say. And—just for this second—I don’t care. I’ll think about that tomorrow.But for tonight I’ll say this was a disgusting moment for democracy. Donald Trump made it so, and Chris Wallace let him. I hope there are no more debates before this election. If they happen, I won’t waste another minute of my life watching them.The modern presidential debate was invented in 1960. We may have seen the end of its useful life this evening.
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'Will you shut up, man?': Testy exchanges on health care, Supreme Court among debate top moments
They bickered over their views on who should appoint the next Supreme Court justice, their stances on health care and even brought each other's families into the fray.       
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Trump on Biden's late son: "I don't know Beau"
At the first presidential debate on Tuesday night, Joe Biden criticized President Trump's alleged comments calling fallen soldiers "losers," saying his late son Beau Biden, who served in Iraq, was "not a loser." Mr. Trump tried to respond with attacks on Biden's other son, Hunter Biden, saying "I don't know Beau."
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Debate goes off the rails as Trump interrupts, Biden bickers in shoutfest
It was the presidential debate as barroom brawl, as television shoutfest, as exhausting insult derby.
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Two angry words Jets’ defense must play with vs. Broncos
Play pissed off. The Jets say they’re pissed off at being 0-3. Their fans are perpetually pissed off at being 0-for-50 (and-counting) in years without a championship. So, when the Jets host the 0-3 Broncos on Thursday night at MetLife Stadium, there’s only one way they should play: Like they’re pissed off. If the Jets...
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Fact-Check: Did Donald Trump Suggest Nuking Hurricanes?
Biden claimed Trump once considered detonating a nuclear device inside of a hurricane to stop it—but did Trump really?
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What Donald Trump Said About His Tax Returns in the First Presidential Debate Against Biden
President Donald Trump addressed the recent New York Times report on his tax returns during his first debate with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Tuesday.
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How Would You Rate the First Presidential Debate?
Our writers are weighing in. So should you.
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When is the next 2020 debate? The vice presidential debate is on October 7. 
Kamala Harris participates in the Democratic presidential debate at Tyler Perry Studios November 20, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia. | Alex Wong/Getty Images Kamala Harris and Mike Pence will face off. President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have had their first debate matchup; next, their vice presidential nominees will have the chance. Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) will face off in the next 2020 debate on October 7, with Susan Page, the Washington bureau chief for USA Today, moderating. The debate will air live on ABC, CBS, CNN, C-SPAN, Fox, NBC, and PBS Utah from 9 to 10:30 pm ET from the University of Utah’s Nancy Peery Marriott Auditorium in Salt Lake City, where there will be a small live audience of students. (That’s 8-9:30 pm CT, 7-8:30 pm MT, and 6-7:30 pm PT.) Debate organizers have secured the Cleveland Clinic as a health adviser to ensure that the debates can continue safely amid the pandemic. Vice presidential debates haven’t historically attracted much fanfare, drawing much lower viewership than presidential debates. But Democrats are hoping that Harris — a former San Francisco district attorney who earned a reputation for being a strong debater during the Democratic primaries and who is known for her incisive style of questioning witnesses during congressional hearings — will go on the attack. Her most notable debate performance during the primaries was when she criticized Biden, now her running mate, for opposing mandatoryschool busing during the 1970s, which she argued created an obstacle to desegregation efforts. Harris, as the most junior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, also famously grilled Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearings in 2018 regarding his stance on abortion and about whether he had inappropriately discussed the Mueller investigation with Trump’s personal attorney. In preparation for the upcoming debate, Harris reportedly has been practicing with former presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, who has been playing the role of Pence in mock debates. Pence, for his part, has enlisted the help of former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a Republican who served at the same time that Pence was governor of Indiana, the Washington Post reported. Page, the moderator, hasn’t announced debate topics yet, but Pence, as the leader of the White House coronavirus task force, will likely be called on to answer for his role in failing to prevent the deaths of more than 200,000 Americans amid the pandemic. He recently told the public to “anticipate that cases will rise in the days ahead,” predicting another surge. Pence has faced criticism over his handling of the pandemic even from within his own camp: Olivia Troye, his former top aide on the coronavirus task force, went so far as to endorse Biden publicly, joining the group Republican Voters Against Trump. There are still two more presidential debates There will also be two more presidential debates on October 15 and 22 in Miami, Florida, and Nashville, Tennessee, respectively. C-SPAN editor Steve Scully will moderate the Miami debate, and NBC anchor Kristen Welker has been selected to do so in Tennessee. With just weeks to go before the November 3 election, Biden remains ahead in the polls, besting Trump nationally by a margin of about 7 points on average, according to FiveThirtyEight. He also appears to be carrying a narrower lead in critical swing states, including Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada, and Arizona. At this point, it doesn’t seem like those polls will move significantly ahead of Election Day given that the biggest crises facing Americans — a pandemic that shows no sign of slowing down, an economic downturn, and a national reckoning over race — aren’t going away anytime soon. It remains to be seen how much — or little — the Tuesday night debate and the three remaining shift those numbers. 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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Trump controlled tonight's debate — that doesn't mean he won it
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Analysis: Trump controlled tonight's debate. That doesn't mean he won it
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Key takeaways from the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden
President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden faced off in Cleveland in their first presidential debate.
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Dodgers must win World Series title for 2020 to be a success despite schedule quirks
On paper the Dodgers should have no trouble with the Milwaukee Brewers in the wild-card round, but anything can happen in a best-of-three series.
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Trump rips Hunter Biden’s alleged $3.5M payout from Russian billionaire
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday repeatedly denied his son Hunter Biden got $3.5 million from the widow of Moscow’s former mayor during the first presidential debate. Biden, the former vice president, broadly defended Hunter’s controversial business relationships in China, Russia and Ukraine — while specifically denying the large alleged payment, first disclosed last...
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Joe Biden Tells Donald Trump 'You're the Worst President America Has Ever Had' During Debate
The explosive comment came during a debate segment about each candidate's tax plans and a recent report that Trump had only paid $750 in taxes during 2016 and 2017.
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Debate: Trump brags about rally size as Biden calls president 'irresponsible'
President Trump wasted no time before he started talking over not only Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, but Fox News’ Chris Wallace who moderated the event. 
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'He's a fool': Biden and Trump criticize one another on mask wearing, political rallies amid COVID-19
President Donald Trump and Joe Biden debated the use of masks and holding large political rallies amid COVID-19.       
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Helen Reddy, singer and feminist icon, dies at 78: A look at her life through the years
Helen Reddy, a staple of 1970s pop music, has died at the age of 78, her family confirmed in a statement to USA TODAY. Here's a look at her life.        
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Jessica Simpson flaunts fit physique as she does yoga poolside: ‘Warrior mindset’
The singer-actress took to social media on Monday to not only show off her yoga moves, but also her new athleisure-inspired #WarriorWomen line from the Jessica Simpson collection.
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Donald Trump Calls Racial Sensitivity Training Racist
"We have to go back to the core values of this country," President Donald Trump said during Tuesday's debates.
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Trump, Biden trade attacks on pandemic response
US President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden traded attacks over the U.S. response to the coronavirus during first presidential debate on Tuesday in Cleveland, Ohio. (Sept. 29)       
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Biden on Pres. Trump: 'You're the worst president America has ever had'
Joe Biden and President Trump joust about tax codes and the president's tax returns.        
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U.S. military jet crashes after mid-air collision during refueling
A U.S. military KC-130 aircraft made an emergency landing in Thermal, Calif., on Tuesday after a mid-air collision with F-35 around 4 p.m. during an air-to-air refueling. 
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Fact-checking Trump and Biden during 1st 2020 presidential debate
ABC News fact checks the first presidential debate of 2020 between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee for president Joe Biden.
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Did Donald Trump Condemn the Proud Boys and White Supremacists?
"Proud boys, stand back and stand by," Trump said.
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Fact Check: Joe Biden Claims His Son Did Not Receive $3.5M from Wife of Former Moscow Mayor
Biden falsely claimed that his son Hunter Biden did not receive $3.5 million from the former Moscow mayor's wife Yelena Baturina.
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Trump says Biden is too afraid to support police at first presidential debate
CLEVELAND, Ohio — President Donald Trump accused Joe Biden of abandoning the nation’s law enforcement during Tuesday’s first presidential debate, saying the Democratic nominee was under the thumb of the party’s progressive left wing. “We believe in law and order and you can’t even say the words because if you say those words, you’re going...
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Trump and Biden argue their stances on COVID-19 at the first 2020 presidential debate
President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden argue what to do about COVID-19 and the pandemic at the first 2020 presidential debate.        
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Yankees rout Indians in massive Game 1 statement
The Yankees couldn’t have made a louder postseason statement than they did Tuesday night when they stretched their lungs at Progressive Field. Not only did they tear into Indians starter and likely AL Cy Young Award winner Shane Bieber, but they also watched Gerrit Cole dominate the Indians, spit in the face of folks who...
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