Trump, Biden lash out, interrupt during first presidential debate

This combination of pictures created on September 29, 2020 shows US President Donald Trump (L) and Democratic Presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden squaring off during the first presidential debate at the Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio on September 29, 2020. Democratic Presidential candidate and former US Vice President […]

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Mariah Carey Shades Jennifer Lopez In New Memoir As She Reveals How Their Feud Started

Maybe this explains why Mariah Carey has always has a cold shoulder towars Jennifer Lopez. She details in her new memoir how J.Lo and a song figured into her divorce from Sony Music boss Tommy Mottola. Now this all makes sense! Several times over the past two decades, Mariah Carey has thrown shade at Jennifer […]

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Kylie Jenner Sizzles In White Crop Top & Jeans Outside Her $36 Million Beverly Hills Mansion — Pics

Kylie Jenner is playing dress up at her $36 mansion again, this time wearing a tiny ab-baring white crop top. She teased her fans while doing sexy adjustments to the garment in IG photos. When Kylie Jenner doesn’t have much to do around her palatial $36.5 million Holmby Hills mansion, she usually turns the camera […]

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Court Sets Up Showdown Over Outside Health Review of Guantánamo Prisoners

This article was produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. WASHINGTON — A federal appeals panel refused on Tuesday to delay a court-ordered, independent medical examination of a mentally ill prisoner who was tortured at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, to decide whether he should be repatriated to psychiatric care in Saudi Arabia. The […]

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Hernández: People-pleasing Dave Roberts knows Dodgers fans need a World Series title to be happy

Dave Roberts is a people person. He likes to be liked, and he always has. Which makes this an unusual time for him. Roberts claims he is not on social media, but he has an idea of what people are saying about him, how they don’t trust his judgment, how they don’t think the Dodgers […]

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Jay Johnstone, Major League Outfielder and Prankster, Dies at 74

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here. Jay Johnstone spent 20 seasons as a major league outfielder and played in the World Series for the 1978 Yankees and the 1981 Los Angeles Dodgers. Although he had a solid career, he was never […]

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Exclusive: Pakistan to auction extra telecom spectrum; seeks $1 billion – sources

By Asif Shahzad ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan will this week begin the process of selling unused telecom spectrum in an auction it hopes will raise around $1 billion and enhance network capacity, said three senior government officials familiar with the matter. The spectrum is in the 1800 and 2100 MHz bands typically used by operators […]

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US retail store closures break record amid COVID-19 crisis

American retailers have closed a record number of stores for good this year as the coronavirus pandemic upended the industry, a new report says. Chains including Starbucks, Macy’s and Office Depot have announced plans to shutter 10,226 stores so far in 2020 — a number that already outstrips last year’s record total of 9,500 closures, […]

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2020 Presidential Debate Calendar: What to Know

Like many things this year, the presidential and vice-presidential debates will look a little different. There will be only one moderator per debate, and the number of people allowed to watch in person will most likely be much more limited than usual. Each debate will start at 9 p.m. Eastern time and will run uninterrupted […]

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Four more states added to Chicago’s COVID-19 travel advisory list

As of this coming Friday, Chicago’s travel advisory will cover nearly two dozen states. | Sun-Times file No states have been removed from the list, so when the additions take effect Friday, the tally will hit 22 states, as well as Puerto Rico. Four more states are being added to Chicago’s travel quarantine list: Kentucky, […]

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Ohio Republican pushes to end coronavirus-era closures, in split with DeWine

A Republican lawmaker in Ohio introduced a bill this week to end Gov. Mike DeWine’s emergency declaration that’s restricted operations for many businesses and schools due to the coronavirus, as she pushes for her state’s economy to restart in full force. The bill is representative of a growing divide in the Ohio Republican Party, with […]

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Rep. Kevin Brady calls for probe into whether Trump’s tax information release was ‘illegal’

The top Republican on the House Ways and Means Committee, Texas Rep. Kevin Brady, this week called for an investigation into the source who released President Trump’s tax return information to The New York Times over the weekend, calling it “illegal” and for “political reasons.” Brady, R-Texas, slammed what his office called a potentially criminal leak of […]

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Trump gets third 2020 Nobel Peace Prize nomination

President Trump received his third 2020 Nobel Peace Prize nomination in September, this time from a group of Australian law professors. “What he has done with the Trump Doctrine is that he has decided he would no longer have America involved in endless wars, wars which achieve nothing but the killing of thousands of young Americans and […]

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Christian McCaffrey, Solomon Thomas and Tony Xu on DoorDash | The Crossover with Noah Lichtenstein

On this Stanford alumni edition of The Crossover, Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey, San Francisco 49ers defensive end Solomon Thomas and CEO of DoorDash, Tony Xu, join Noah Lichtenstein to discuss the creation of DoorDash and what drives them as athletes and entrepreneurs. #TheCrossover ✔️Subscribe to ESPN+ http://espnplus.com/youtube ✔️ Get the ESPN App: http://www.espn.com/espn/apps/espn […]

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What Polls Say About the 2020 Race as Biden and Trump Square Off

In the realm of public opinion, one overarching issue has dominated this year’s presidential race: President Trump himself. Throughout his term, Americans have expressed strong opinions about him one way or the other, according to polls. And today, most voters know for certain where they stand in the contest between Mr. Trump and Joseph R. […]

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Trump’s Taxes, Coronavirus, China’s Economy: Your Tuesday Briefing

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the of ideas. And now for the Back Story on … How responsible is Facebook for what happens on its site? Charlie Warzel, a writer for The Times’s Opinion section, believes sites like Facebook have a responsibility to make democracy work better by targeting misinformation. He talked […]

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Top four American League strikeout pitchers are Southern California products

Southern California is home to the top four strikeout pitchers in the American League this season, and it comes as no surprise, for baseball players growing up here keep making an impact in the major leagues. The leader was Shane Bieber, a Laguna Hills graduate pitching for the Cleveland Indians. He struck out 122. In […]

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Behind the White House Effort to Pressure the C.D.C. on School Openings

WASHINGTON — Top White House officials pressured the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this summer to downplay the risk of sending children back to school, a strikingly political intervention in one of the most sensitive public health debates of the pandemic, according to documents and interviews with current and former government officials. As part […]

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French Open: Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal win openers

No matter how much success they’ve had over the years, and to this day, Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal both profess to deal with doubts. Both began this French Open with straight-set victories against overmatched foes in Court Philippe Chatrier on Monday. And both have something significant at stake over the coming two weeks: a […]

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Wisconsin voters win protection against strict voter ID law

More Wisconsin residents may cast their vote this November thanks to a federal court ruling on Monday regarding voter identification procedures. A Wisconsin federal court ordered the provision to give greater protections to residents disenfranchised by the state’s voter ID law, as first reported by Democracy Docket reporter Mark Elias on Twitter. The ruling applies […]

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Dax Shepard “Grateful” for Fan Support After Relapse | E! News

The "Bless This Mess" actor opens up on his "Armchair Expert" podcast about the response he’s received since admitting he relapsed on prescription drugs. Full Story: https://www.eonline.com/us/news/1192574/dax-shepard-says-hes-grateful-for-the-support-after-sharing-relapse #DaxShepard #ENews #CelebrityNews Subscribe: http://bit.ly/enewssub About E! News: The E! News team brings you the latest breaking entertainment, fashion and Pop Culture news. Featuring exclusive segments, celebrity highlights, […]

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MLB playoffs on TV: How to watch every wild card game

Things are about to get wild for sports fans. We were robbed of March Madness this year but will get something similar to the frenetic, jam-packed first days of the NCAA basketball tournaments when the MLB postseason begins with the wild card round this week. An unprecedented 16 teams qualified for the playoffs, but by […]

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U.S. income inequality narrowed slightly over last three years: Fed

© Reuters. U.S. dollar banknotes lie on a table in this picture illustration taken in Warsaw By Howard Schneider and Jonnelle Marte WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Income inequality in the United States narrowed in the first three years of the Trump administration as rising wages and a low unemployment rate fueled gains for lower-income and less […]

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Income inequality narrowed slightly over last three years: Fed

© Reuters. U.S. dollar banknotes lie on a table in this picture illustration taken in Warsaw By Howard Schneider WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Income inequality in the United States narrowed in the first three years of the Trump administration as rising incomes and a low unemployment rate fueled gains for lower-income and less educated families, according […]

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