At presidential debate, Trump needs to ‘smoke Joe Biden out’ on 6 policies: Ari Fleischer
President Trump “needs to smoke Joe Biden out” on a host of policy positions at the first presidential debate, said Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer on Tuesday.
Hunters in Arkansas catch longest alligator in state's history: 'I can't stop smiling'
Four men in Arkansas just secured the state’s unofficial record for longest gator after dragging out a specimen measuring 13 feet, 11.5 inches.
Three things to watch for in tonight’s debate
This is a good format for both Trump and his challenger, Joe Biden.
Mystery of Zimbabwe elephant deaths may be solved, as experts eye bacterial disease
Officials in Zimbabwe say that the recent spate of elephant deaths in the country is the result of bacterial infection.
Most American parents can't help kids with math, science homework beyond 6th grade: study
You're not alone, moms and dads, if you have wrath for math or defiance for science when it comes to homework help.
Missouri Amish brothers break 5-year probation agreement on child molestation charges
Outrage erupted in Missouri after two Amish brothers earlier this month were give just five years of probation in a plea agreement after allegedly admitting to having sex with their underage relative.
Tulsi Gabbard cites Project Veritas, warns about ballot harvesting after Ilhan Omar video
Former Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard railed against ballot harvesting on Monday.
Rush Limbaugh: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson 'sold his soul to China' by endorsing Biden
Rush Limbaugh slammed Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on Tuesday, saying the actor “sold his soul to China” when he endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden over President Trump.
Breonna Taylor juror 'aggrieved,' wants 'truth' out as Kentucky AG releases proceeding recording: attorney
The attorney representing an anonymous grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case said Tuesday his client believes “certain questions were left unanswered” after one of three police officers involved in the fatal police raid were indicted, adding that “accountability and a sense of public trust” drove a motion to force Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release a recording of the proceedings.
‘Somebody clearly broke the law to leak’ Trump’s tax history: Rep. Scalise
Democrats “don’t care” that “somebody clearly must have broken the law” to obtain President Trump’s tax returns, GOP House Minority Whip Steve Scalise told “The Brian Kilmeade Show” on Tuesday.
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Alabama man reunited with photo of late wife blown away by Hurricane Sally
A man in Alabama recovered a special photo of his late wife that was blown away in the wicked winds of Hurricane Sally, all thanks to the help of strangers on social media
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NYC's rising coronavirus infections prompt new fine, school-closure threat
A new wave of coronavirus outbreaks in nine New York City regions, including Brooklyn, Queens, Rockland County and elsewhere, have officials worried about a resurgence in cases that may force another set of school closures just days after reopening. 
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Titans suspend in-person training after NFL's first coronavirus outbreak; 3 players, 5 personnel test positive
At least eight members of the Tennessee Titans, including three players, have tested positive for coronavirus this week, marking the first outbreak in the NFL.
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California Gov. Newsom receives flu shot during live news conference: ‘It’s a simple thing to do’
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday received the flu shot during a live news conference, heeding advice experts have stressed for months as flu season this year coincides with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 
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Hacker releases Las Vegas school district's students, employees information: report
A hacker has released a cache of private information of students and employees that was stored by a Las Vegas school district after officials allegedly refused to provide them with the requested ransom, according to officials and a report.
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Arizona mail-in ballot printers kick into high gear as election nears
Arizonan businesses are shifting into high gear as the 2020 election season kicks off. 
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Biden releases 2019 tax returns before debate, calls for Trump to release his
Former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign on Tuesday released 2019 tax returns for Biden and running mate Kamala Harris, calling on President Trump to release his own, hours before Biden and Trump are set to face off in the first presidential debate.
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Cuomo presses NYC to clean up its act, hinting at National Guard assistance
Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened to slash state funding if New York City does not increase efforts to tamp down on crime and clean up the city's trash in the midst of a pandemic, even offering to send in the National Guard to help. 
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House near graveyard in UK won’t sell, so town adds in bonus burial plot
Well, at least the neighbors will be quiet.
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Tampa Airport becomes first to offer coronavirus testing to all passengers
You get a COVID test, you get a COVID test, everyone gets a COVID test!
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Allison Mack's wife Nicki Clyne defends NXIVM sex cult leader Keith Raniere
Raniere is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 27 and could face up to life in prison. 
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Violent crime spikes after police funding cuts dubbed 'Minneapolis effect'
Violent crime is spiking across the U.S. in what one law professor calls the "Minneapolis effect."
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'Jersey Shore' star Angelina Pivarnick settles sexual harassment lawsuit with FDNY for $350,000
“Jersey Shore” star Angelina Pivarnick settled her sexual harassment lawsuit against the New York City Fire Department for a reported $350,000. 
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Arrest announced in 2016 deaths of man, woman and her unborn baby
Kansas prosecutors have announced an arrest in the case of a man, a woman and her unborn child who were found dead in a home that had been burglarized four years ago.
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President Trump’s debate game plan is to ‘unravel’ Biden’s ‘attachment to far-left’: Mercedes Schlapp
President Trump’s strategy is to “unveil” Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s attachment to the far-left at tonight's debate, Trump 2020 senior adviser Mercedes Schlapp said on Tuesday.
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Conservative law firm sues to block Wisconsin mask mandate despite high coronavirus rate
Wisconsin is on the brink of another major coronavirus outbreak, with health officials saying nearly 22% of the population tested positive for the virus, but despite that, a conservative law firm is suing Democratic Gov. Tony Evers over his mask mandate. 
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Ambassador Callista Gingrich: Trump administration defends international religious freedom
Defending international religious freedom is a cornerstone of U.S. diplomacy and a key policy priority for President Trump.
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First presidential debate: What to watch for at the Trump vs. Biden showdown
In a presidential race that has remained relatively consistent in the polls the past six months, Tuesday night’s debate – the first of three in-person showdowns between Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and President Trump – offers an opportunity for Trump to stir the pot and try to move the needle.
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ISIS-linked Boko Haram dispatches bomb-strapped donkey to ambush state governor
In what is being touted as a "coordinated ambush" by Nigerian officials, militants belonging to the West Africa-based, ISIS-affiliated terrorist organization Boko Haram on Sunday unleashed a donkey carting explosives to assail the convoy of Borno State Governor Babagana Zalum.
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Ohio Republican pushes to end coronavirus-era closures, in split with DeWine
Ohio Republicans are splitting on how to handle the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in the state.
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