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  1. Seagram’s heiress Clare Bronfman set to be sentenced today in Nxivm sex-cult case Seagram’s liquor heiress Clare Bronfman — who allegedly used her family fortune to help bankroll the notorious Nxivm cult — is set to become the first person sentenced in the sordid saga Wednesday. The disgraced daughter of late Canadian billionaire Edgar Bronfman Sr. pleaded guilty last year to charges related to her role as a...
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  2. Serena Williams abruptly pulls out of French Open Serena Williams abruptly withdrew from the French Open on Wednesday morning. Williams made the decision before her second-round match against Tsvetana Pironkova, citing an Achilles injury she suffered in her US Open semifinal defeat against Victoria Azarenka. “I love playing in Paris. I actually adore the clay, it is so fun for me. I really...
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  3. Biden will reportedly keep debating Trump despite chaotic first event Joe Biden will continue to debate President Trump, the Democratic nominee’s deputy campaign manager told reporters after the two candidates’ first encounter devolved into a chaotic scene, according to a report. “I don’t know how many different ways we can say it. Yes, we are going to do the debates,” Kate Bedingfield said, The Hill...
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  4. Yankees hope late homer will jump-start Giancarlo Stanton As the rest of the Yankees clobbered Cleveland pitching throughout their lopsided victory on Tuesday night, Giancarlo Stanton only contributed outs — and strikeouts. Hitless going into the top of the ninth, Stanton had one final opportunity to get himself going — and he may have done so. Stanton capped off a 12-3 win with...
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  5. 12th Jersey City officer pleads guilty in off-duty jobs scam A Jersey City police officer’s own cellphone provided evidence against her in a no-show off-duty jobs scam that also has involved nearly a dozen other officers, the U.S. attorney’s office said Tuesday. Officer Gicella Sanchez pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to defraud a local government receiving federal funds. She became the 12th city...
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  6. Yankees’ Brett Gardner delivers after getting start over Clint Frazier There was some debate about who would start in left field on Tuesday, but Brett Gardner said his mindset never changed as Game 1 of the Wild Card Series approached. “I always expect to be there,’’ Gardner said. “I always prepare, no matter what my role is.” Aaron Boone went with the veteran Gardner in...
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  7. Proud Boys celebrate after Trump says ‘stand back and stand by’ at first debate CLEVELAND, Ohio — Members of the Proud Boys right-wing militia group celebrated online Tuesday evening after what they perceived as a shout out from President Trump during the chaotic first presidential debate. The president told the group to “stand back and stand by” after Fox News moderator Chris Wallace asked Trump to condemn white supremacists...
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  8. Trump accuses Chris Wallace of siding with Joe Biden in first presidential debate President Trump in his first tweet following Tuesday’s first presidential debate accused moderator Chris Wallace of siding with his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden. The wordless tweet simply features an image of Trump on the left opposed by Wallace and Biden together on the right, in the style of an old arcade game’s character-select screen —...
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  9. A Biden voter and a Trump voter debate the debate How did President Trump’s and Joe Biden’s supporters react to Tuesday night’s debate? We asked two voters to debate the debate in real-time. Rhonda Kundrat is a 47-year-old non-practicing attorney and mother of three in Chesapeake, Va. She supports the president for re-election. Stacy Grossman is a 49-year-old lawyer and mother of one in Westchester,...
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  10. Google searches for ‘move to Canada’ spike after presidential debate The presidential debate may send people up north instead of the ballot box. Google searches for moving to Canada spiked after the 2020 presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Queries for “how to apply for Canadian citizenship” skyrocketed about an hour into the yelling match between the two men, peaking...
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  11. Yankees likely will start J.A. Happ in Game 3 — if needed If the Yankees and Indians play a deciding Game 3 on Thursday night Aaron Boone said J.A. Happ is the Yankees’ likely starter. “Looking like it will be Happ. We are a long ways away and a lot can happen between now and then,’’ Boone said before the Yankees’ 12-3 blowout win over the Indians...
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  12. Woman killed, man wounded in shooting at Amazon warehouse in Florida A woman was killed and a man wounded in a shooting at an Amazon warehouse in Florida on Tuesday night, a report said. The shooting occurred about 7:30 p.m. at the Amazon Fulfillment Center on Pecan Park Road in Jacksonville, authorities told WJXT. Police did not immediately provide information on a possible suspect, but said...
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  13. Yankees needed just one game to change the narrative CLEVELAND — The good people of Northeast Ohio wouldn’t take this as a compliment, and in their defense, it probably isn’t intended as one. But never, in this stellar ballpark’s 27-year history, has Progressive Field felt more like Yankee Stadium. It can’t be merely the absence of a hostile crowd, because that didn’t stop the...
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  14. ‘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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  15. 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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  16. 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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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. Aaron Judge shows why he’s so important to Yankees: Sherman You could have a fine debate this year about who is the Yankees’ Most Valuable Player, DJ LeMahieu or Luke Voit? The guy who led the majors in batting average or the guy who led the majors in homers? You go back and forth, and forth and back and the answer is … Aaron Judge....
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  21. Merriam-Webster’s most searched words after the presidential debate “White supremacist” and “Antifa.” Those were the top two searched words on Merriam-Webster following Tuesday night’s raucous presidential debate. Other top queries on Merriam-Webster were “petulant,” “fascism,” and “racism,” according to the dictionary’s lexicographer, Peter Sokolowski. Both Sokolowski and Merriam-Webster’s official twitter account tweeted out the list of words, some of which defined key moments...
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  22. Alleged sex offender caught hiding in Florida teen’s bedroom A Louisiana man was arrested for allegedly having sex with a 15-year-old whose bedroom he secretly lived for about a month, a report said. Johnathan Rossmoine, 36, was caught by the teen’s parents on Sunday hiding inside the minor’s closet at their Spring Hill, Florida, home, Fox 13 reported, citing police. Rossmoine told authorities he...
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  23. This is what Yankees dreamed of when they landed Gerrit Cole The remarkable thing is that Gerrit Cole was merely part of the chorus Tuesday night. The Yankees greeted the American League playoffs with a haymaker that not only flattened the Cleveland Indians, 12-3, but certainly must have been heard in other notable precincts such as St. Petersburg, Fla., and Houston. Maybe even Los Angeles. Everyone...
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  24. Yankees’ families get to watch team play for 1st time this season Nothing has been normal about the 2020 baseball season, but when the Yankees beat the Indians 12-3 in Game 1 of the AL wild-card series against the Indians in Cleveland on Tuesday, the people watching them live for the first time this year were very familiar to some. Aaron Boone said about 12 players had...
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  25. Joe Biden says he does not back Green New Deal during presidential debate CLEVELAND, Ohio — Democratic nominee Joe Biden denied he supported the Green New Deal being pushed by his own campaign’s climate change panel during Tuesday night’s first presidential debate in Cleveland, Ohio. “The Green New Deal is not my plan,” the Democratic nominee told Fox News moderator Chris Wallace of the sweeping agenda which calls...
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  26. Hillary Clinton wishes she could have told Trump to ‘shut up’ during 2016 debates Hillary Clinton admitted Tuesday night that she wanted to tell President Trump to “shut up” during their debates, too. The 2016 Democratic presidential candidate responded, “You have no idea” when a Twitter user suggested Clinton would have liked to snap “shut up, man!,” as Joe Biden did on Tuesday during his first debate with Trump....
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  27. 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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  28. 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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  29. 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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  30. 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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