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New measurements show moon has hazardous radiation levels
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Future moon explorers will be bombarded with two to three times more radiation than astronauts aboard the International Space Station, a health hazard that will require thick-walled shelters for protection, scientists reported Friday. China’s lander on the far side of the moon is providing the first full measurements of radiation exposure...
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Listen to Episode 31 of ‘Pinstripe Pod’: Yankees-Indians Playoff Preview feat. George King
The Yankees will begin their push for a 28th championship on Tuesday when they begin their best-of-three game series in Cleveland against the Indians. To break down the opening playoff series, we bring you a brand new episode of the “Pinstripe Pod” with Chris Shearn and four-time World Series champion Jeff Nelson. The guys open...
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Brad Parscale was drunk, had loaded gun when Florida police arrived at home
Brad Parscale was drunk when cops showed up at his Florida home for a suicide-prevention call — where the former Trump campaign manager’s wife told police he hit her and had loaded a gun during a heated argument, according to news reports. Parscale — who works remotely from Florida as the campaign’s digital director, barricaded...
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Giants, Daniel Jones ruined two $500,000 bets
It was another wild weekend of wagering in the NFL, as sportsbooks bounced back from a rough Week 2. The biggest bets of Sunday came at DraftKings Sportsbook in New Jersey, as the book took two huge wagers on the New York Giants: * $500,000 on the Giants +4 * $500,000 on Daniel Jones Over...
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‘Lovecraft Country’ Episode 7 Recap: Otherworldly
Lovecraft Country is getting better, but it still isn't scary.
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Chicago mom charged with stabbing 5-year-old daughter to death
A Chicago woman has been charged with fatally stabbing her 5-year-old daughter, police said. Simone Austin, 27, was arrested early Saturday on one count of first-degree murder in the stabbing death of Serenity Arrington in the city’s East Garfield Park neighborhood on the West Side, police told the Chicago Tribune. The girl, who suffered multiple...
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‘SNL’ Preps for Live Studio Audience With Temperature Checks, Testing and Mandatory Masks
SNL is not taking any chances with coronavirus.
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Saudi Arabia: G20 gathering of world leaders to be virtual
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Saudi Arabia, which is presiding over the Group of 20 countries this year, said Monday that the upcoming November gathering of world leaders will be held virtually amid the coronavirus pandemic. The kingdom had originally planned to host world leaders for the G20 summit in Riyadh before the pandemic, offering...
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NYC shootings may finally be slowing after bloody summer
Gotham finally has the first sign that shootings may be slowing — after a bloody summer marred by surging gun violence. For the first time in more than four months, the number of people shot last week was the same as last year, new NYPD data shows. There were 34 victims in both instances. The...
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‘The Glorias’ on Amazon Works Best When It Lets Julie Taymor Be Julie Taymor
Taymor's new Gloria Steinem biopic is surprisingly tame.
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Four in 10 Americans say they’ve never really had an orgasm
A third of sexually-active Americans have dumped someone after having bad sex, according to new research. The survey asked 2,000 Americans (approximately 1,800 of whom have been sexually active) about their sex lives and what’s an absolute turn-off with a partner. And it turns out you better be good in bed if you want another...
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‘Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry’ to Premiere in Theaters, on Apple TV+ This February
The Gen Z icon is getting her very own documentary.
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Daisy Ridley and Tom Bateman spark marriage rumors and more star snaps
Daisy Ridley wears a ring on her finger, Karlie Kloss and Josh Kushner step out and more...
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Billie Eilish announces premiere date for Apple TV+ documentary
Get ready to see a lot more of Billie Eilish.
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Ellie-Jean Coffey: Abuse in ‘toxic’ surfing world pushed me into porn life
Former Australian junior surf star Ellie-Jean Coffey has revealed her “terrifying” experiences in the surf industry in an exclusive news.com.au interview that will send shockwaves across the sport. Coffey, 25, had dreams of being the next surfing star as a kid but will never compete again after being “mentally and physically” abused by men in...
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UK Parliament sets curfew for its own bars after loophole outrage
British Parliament’s bars will reportedly stop selling alcohol early after lawmakers criticized a loophole that exempted them from a nationwide pub curfew meant to control the coronavirus. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered all pubs to close at 10 p.m. starting last Thursday as the nation grappled with a troubling spike in COVID-19 cases. But...
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Beijing unveils new protections for health emergency whistleblowers
SHANGHAI – China’s capital Beijing will protect whistleblowers who disclose information about public health emergencies, it said on Sunday, part of the country’s efforts to fix some of the systemic faults that hindered its initial response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The Beijing city government said it would offer rewards to health workers who disclose vital...
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CDC releases Thanksgiving guidelines amid COVID-19 pandemic
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released its guidance on how to safely celebrate Thanksgiving amid the coronavirus pandemic — recommending that gatherings remain small and bargain-hunters stick to online shopping. The federal health agency advised that the safest way to celebrate Turkey Day would be to stay home and avoid unnecessary travel....
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Uber’s self-driving car unit has made little progress despite $2.5B price tag
Uber's efforts to build a self-driving car have cost the company nearly $2.5 billion and still it's nowhere close to putting a driverless car on the road, according to a new report.
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Separate hit-and-runs in Elmhurst, Harlem leave two dead
Two men were fatally struck by hit-and-run drivers in different boroughs early Monday, cops said.
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Remington Outdoor, bankrupt gunmaker, to be sold in pieces to seven buyers
Bankrupt gunmaker Remington Outdoor will split up its business and sell the pieces to seven different buyers following a bankruptcy auction, court records show.
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Judge Andrew Napolitano ‘forced’ man into ‘BDSM games’, lawsuit alleges
A second man has accused Fox News personality and former judge Andrew Napolitano of sexual abuse, claiming the judge forced him to engage in strange BDSM sex games over the course of a number of years. Napolitano, who faces another sexual abuse lawsuit filed earlier this month, categorically denied the new allegations, calling it a...
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Corey Johnson speaks out on mental health battle after dropping mayoral bid
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson said he’s relieved by his decision to drop his mayoral bid to focus on his mental health — and heartened that a public airing of his battle with depression has helped fellow New Yorkers who are also struggling with the illness. “I have found a tremendous amount of relief in...
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Phoenix man killed wife in alleged murder-suicide moments after she called cops
A Phoenix man appears to have fatally shot his wife and then taken his own life — just minutes after she called the cops for help getting him out of their home, police said. Syeda Sohaly Akter, 43, and her husband, Abul Ahsan Habib, 52, were found dead with gunshot wounds early Sunday by cops...
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COVID-19 pandemic pushes back NASA’s search for life on Saturn’s moon
Cue one more thing COVID-19 has messed up. NASA has delayed its upcoming mission to Saturn’s moon, Titan, which could support life, citing budgetary concerns caused by the coronavirus pandemic. In a statement posted to its website, the agency said the launch, originally scheduled to happen in 2026, will now happen in 2027. The later...
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Health-care workers can get tickets to ‘SNL’ Season 46 premiere
It's the first in-person show at 30 Rockefeller Center since last spring.
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Golden retriever boosts morale for California wildfire first responders
Meet the Golden State's newest mascot.
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Lesbian lovers allegedly killed, dismembered man to steal inheritance
A pair of Portuguese lesbian lovers inspired by the Showtime ​serial killer ​TV series ​“Dexter” allegedly killed and hacked up a man, chopping off his fingers to access his bank account and steal a more than $77,000 inheritance. Maria Malveiro, 19, and her girlfriend Mariana Fonseca, 23, a nurse, are accused of murdering Diogo Goncalves,...
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New Orleans cop accused of molesting girl whose sex assault he was investigating
“Allegations against one of our own involving a juvenile is reprehensible,” Police Superintendent Shaun Ferguson said in a statement.
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Spice Girls’ Melanie C reflects on past eating disorders, depression battle
"It’s often forgotten that people in the public eye are human."
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