Debate: Trump brags about rally size as Biden calls president ‘irresponsible’

President Trump wasted no time before he started talking over Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, and Fox News’ Chris Wallace during Tuesday’s presidential debate. Wallace dived into the topic of the coronavirus, which has killed over 200,000 and infected more than 7 million Americans, pointing to the candidate’s different beliefs on how the virus should […]

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First presidential debate ‘is about how Joe Biden shows up’ and performs, Bret Baier says

It won’t be long before the metaphorical gloves come off and rhetorical punches are thrown at Tuesday’s first presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden, “Special Report” host and Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier predicted Tuesday. “Both campaigns know that the first 30 minutes of this debate is really where the most eyeballs will be watching, so expect […]

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Meet the Biggest Prankster in Baseball: Yankees G.M. Brian Cashman

Before Game 2 of the 2019 American League Championship Series last October, the Yankees’ third-base coach, Phil Nevin, was sitting at a table in the visiting team’s food room at Minute Maid Park. A clubhouse attendant appeared and told Nevin he had a visitor waiting in the hallway: Alex Cintron, the hitting coach of the […]

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Liberals Are Furious. Their Standard-Bearer Wants to Hold Back.

Liberals believe the Supreme Court and the election are being stolen before Americans’ eyes. President Trump is openly saying that he needs nine justices on the court in case any voting disputes end up there. Senate Republicans are playing hardball to speedily confirm that ninth justice. And, to boot, Mr. Trump won’t even commit to […]

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Britney Spears, 38, Tugs Down Her Shorts & Dances In Sexy New ‘Throwback’ Video — Watch

Britney Spears is hanging on to summer, sharing a throwback video dancing before a backyard BBQ while wearing her favorite low-rise shorts and a ab-baring tank top. Britney Spears dancing around her Thousand Oaks, CA home’s backyard in a crop top and tiny shorts was her total spring and summer 2020 vibe. While autumn is […]

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Supreme Court Vacancy Hasn’t Boosted Trump in Pennsylvania, Poll Shows

President Trump’s aggressive drive to add a conservative justice to the Supreme Court before Election Day has not helped him in Pennsylvania, a state crucial to his re-election, where more voters prefer Joseph R. Biden Jr. to fill the vacant seat, according to a poll by New York Times and Siena College released on Monday. […]

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Saudi Writer’s Dream Comes to Life Two Years After His Killing

BEIRUT, Lebanon — In the months before he was killed by Saudi agents in 2018, the Saudi dissident writer Jamal Khashoggi was pursuing a dream to found an organization in Washington to promote democracy in the Arab world. On Tuesday, two years after his death, Mr. Khashoggi’s friends and colleagues will launch that organization, Democracy […]

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Black Microbiologists Push for Visibility Amid a Pandemic

A few days before her fifth-grade science fair, Ariangela Kozik awoke to the overwhelming scent of poultry past its due. It was exactly what the young scientist had been hoping for. “Whew,” she recalled thinking at the time. “There is definitely something growing in here.” She rushed into her kitchen, where a neat stack of […]

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Healthy US economy failed to narrow racial gaps in 2019

The solid growth that the United States enjoyed before the viral pandemic paralyzed the economy this spring failed to reduce racial disparities in Americans’ income and wealth from 2016 through 2019, the Federal Reserve said Monday By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER AP Economics Writer September 28, 2020, 4:55 PM • 1 min read Share to FacebookShare to […]

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High school football notebook: Checking in with Naperville Central’s Reggie Fleurima, good news from H-F’s Craig Buzea

Naperville Central’s Reggie Fleurima getting warmed up before practice last season. | Allen Cunningham/For the Sun-Times Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on live recruiting, Reggie Fleurima has 13 Power Five offers already. It wasn’t that long ago that Reggie Fleurima was the state’s busiest kid. Now the Naperville Central junior has more time than he […]

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Matt Nagy: Falcons’ positive test a ‘wakeup call’

Bears coach Matt Nagy talks to Falcons coach Dan Quinn before Sunday’s game. | Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images A.J. Terrell’s test cast some doubt on Sunday’s game, but every other Falcons player tested negative two days in a row, including results that came back Sunday morning. ATLANTA — When Matt Nagy found out Saturday […]

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The Reality TV Host vs. the Velvet Shiv: Trump and Biden in Debates

Donald J. Trump barely paused to thank his debate hosts before going on the attack after he took the stage at Hofstra University in September 2016. “Our jobs are fleeing the country,” he said grimly. “They’re going to Mexico.” For the next 90 minutes — and over the course of his two other debates with […]

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Not enough intensity? Galaxy’s free fall continues with loss to Seattle Sounders

The last time the Galaxy scored a goal before Sunday night, the NFL season hadn’t started, the Supreme Court still had its full complement of justices and the air above Southern California was blue, not choked with ash. That was three weeks ago, which was also the last time the Galaxy won a game. And […]

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Live Updates: Biden vs Trump: US presidential election 2020

The campaign trail is starting to heat up between President Trump and Joe Biden, just one day before the first presidential debate is scheduled to take place in Cleveland on Tuesday. Election Day. is nearly five weeks away. Follow below for the latest updates on the 2020 Presidential Election. Mobile users click here:

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Bears replace QB Mitch Trubisky with Nick Foles

Nick Foles warms up before the Giants game. | Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images Mitch Trubisky was 13-for-22 for 128 yards, one touchdown and one interception. He has a passer rating of 71.8. ATLANTA — After Mitch Trubisky’s third-quarter interception Sunday, Matt Nagy had enough. The Bears coach switched to veteran Nick Foles after Trubisky […]

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Obamacare Returns as Galvanizing Issue After Ginsburg Death, Barrett Nomination

WASHINGTON — Less than six weeks before the election, the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has injected fresh urgency into an issue that had dropped down the list of voter priorities this year: the future of the Affordable Care Act. The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments on Nov. 10 in a case, […]

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Live updates: presidential election 2020: Biden vs. Trump

The campaign trail is starting to heat up between President Trump and Joe Biden, days before the first presidential debate is scheduled to take place in Cleveland on Tuesday — and a little more than five weeks before Election Day. Follow below for the latest updates on the 2020 Presidential Election. Mobile users click here:

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‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star, and His Fans, Are Taking Indigenous Studies

TORONTO — Before the Canadian show “Schitt’s Creek” swept the Emmys this month and catapulted its creator, Dan Levy, into Hollywood’s stratosphere, he announced that he was going back to school, and wanted his fans to join him. Within two weeks, 64,000 people had signed up for the online course he was taking, “Indigenous Canada” […]

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Pac-12 basketball teams have work to do finding and preparing for games

Two months before the first game of the season, Cori Close is already in a March Madness mood. Call this version the September Shuffle. After the Pac-12 Conference gave them the green light Thursday to resume competition this year, basketball programs are scrambling to reset their nonconference schedules. It’s “mayhem,” Close said, not unlike the […]

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Here’s What 4 of Our Reporters Are Watching as Voting Begins to Unfold

Perhaps never before in American history has the act of voting been so closely scrutinized before a presidential election. A pandemic, partisan attacks on voting rights and a White House incumbent falsely warning of fraud have put extraordinary pressure on the democratic process. The Times’s Politics editor, Patrick Healy, spoke with four reporters who are […]

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Lea Michele Shows Off Au Naturel Baby Bump In A Bikini: See Throwback Pic 1 Day Before She Gave Birth

Just one day before welcoming baby Ever into the world, Lea Michele enjoyed a day of total relaxation. The ‘Glee’ alum took a dip in the water while smiling and sunning her baby bump. Lea Michele spent the last day of her pregnancy in a state of bliss. Just one day before giving birth to […]

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Flashback: Kamala Harris said nationwide protests are ‘not going to stop’

Months before Louisville and other major U.S. cities contended with renewed demonstrations following the grand jury ruling in the death of Breonna Taylor, Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris warned that nationwide protests against racial injustice were “not going to stop” after Election Day. Sen. Harris’ remarks came during an appearance on “The Late Show with […]

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Basketball Persists in Mexico Amid the Pandemic

GUADALAJARA, Mexico — The day before Antonio Álvarez’s home debut for the Astros de Jalisco, his hometown basketball team, the power forward waited in a hotel room in Guadalajara under strict isolation protocols, listening to occasional fireworks. Outside, Mexican Independence Day celebrations raged for those ignoring the government’s social distancing guidelines. Álvarez said his family […]

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Angels sweep Padres, who suddenly seem vulnerable despite Manny Machado’s resurgence

Before Shohei Ohtani, Justin Upton and Anthony Bemboom clubbed second-inning homers on the way to the Angels’ 5-2 victory at Petco Park, Manny Machado gave the groups of San Diego Padres fans gathered on the rooftop decks of two high-rise buildings overlooking the stadium something to celebrate. The Padres third baseman clobbered a two-out double […]

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