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Jo Adell singles in at-bat debut, Mike Trout homers in return in Angels' win over Mariners

Angels saw a ton of action in the 5-3 win over the Seattle Mariners with Jo Adell hitting a single at his first at-bat and Mike Trout homering in his return.


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A British teenager staged a sit-in on an Arctic ice floe to protest climate change
A British teenager has staged a protest against climate change inside the Arctic Circle.
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Take an extra 15% off sale during Boll & Branch's End of Season event
Boll & Branch is known for high-quality, organic bedding, and you can save now through September 30 with an extra 15% off sale items during Boll & Branch's End of Season Sale.
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My brother Austin asked me to go to Syria with him. Four months later, he was taken.
Journalist Austin Tice went missing after being detained in Syria eight years ago. His brother Jacob writes of Austin's request to join him in that country--and of the time with Austin their family has missed.
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Biden's Swing Voter Problem Isn't SCOTUS. It's the First Election Debate | Analysis
While pundits are obsessing about the nomination battle for RGB's replacement, an analysis of social media conversations shows swing voters are much more interested in seeing how Biden will perform against Trump.
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Coronavirus cases top 800,000 in California, highest in the nation
The state also surpassed 15,000 COVID-19 deaths this week, among the highest numbers in the nation.
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The Queen's real estate portfolio is being slammed by the pandemic. Taxpayers will bail her out.
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McConnell Defends Voting on Supreme Court Nominee, Says 'We Can't Pick' When 'Big Decisions' Have to Happen
Republicans were criticized for pledging to move forward with Trump's SCOTUS nominee when they opposed Obama's in 2016.
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Breonna Taylor's family demands Kentucky AG release grand jury transcripts, lawyer says
Breonna Taylor family attorney Ben Crump, at a spirited news conference Friday morning, called on Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release grand jury transcripts in the case against the officers involved in her shooting death earlier this year.
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Bow Wow welcomes a baby boy with model Olivia Sky
"Man you gone take all the girls," he captioned a picture of his baby.
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Criminal Charges for Covid-19 Deaths at Massachusetts Veterans’ Home
Two former leaders of the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home were charged in connection with a coronavirus outbreak at the facility, where 76 people died.
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Tens of Thousands Incorrectly Told They Tested Negative for Coronavirus in U.K., Suit Says
Court documents allege that a network of labs in England is accused of unfairly selecting a coronavirus-testing software which, when put through a trial run, produced a significant number of errors and false negatives.
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India’s Biggest Slum Successfully Contained COVID-19. But Can Its Residents Survive the Economic Collapse?
Jayanti Keshav Parmar, a tailor who lives in Dharavi, a bustling informal settlement of nearly 1 million low-income residents packed into a one-square-mile area in Mumbai, has been stuck at home since March 25 when the Indian government declared a stringent lockdown to contain the spread of COVID-19. Before the lockdown, he worked at a…
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Why Did Bill Murray Receive a Legal Threat From the Doobie Brothers?
A lawyer for 1970s rock group sent Murray a humorous cease-and-desist letter for using their music without permission.
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How to Use Your Emotions When Facing a Coup
On RBG and the strength of our system of checks and balances.
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'Stats don't mean anything': All-Star Trae Young determined to make Atlanta Hawks a winner
Atlanta's Trae Young put up eye-popping stats in his second season with the Hawks, but he wants to be known as a winner.        
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Heroic landmine detection rat wins top UK animal bravery award
Say “cheese,” Magawa! This 7-year-old giant African pouched rat on Friday was awarded a British veterinary charity’s top civilian award for animal bravery after sniffing out unexploded landmines in Cambodia. In addition to 39 landmines, the heroic rodent discovered 28 other items of ordnance across 1.5 million square feet since he was trained by APOPO,...
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Duo allegedly planned terror attacks targeting Trump Tower, other sites: feds
Kristopher Sean Matthews, of Elgin, South Carolina, is accused of conspiring with other ISIS supporters over a period of months, including a Texas man named Jaylyn Christopher Molina.
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Ceremony for Ruth Bader Ginsburg lying in state at U.S. Capitol
The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the first woman in history to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol, following her death last week at age 87. CBSN anchors Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green anchored live coverage as a ceremony was held to honor Ginsburg in Statuary Hall of the Capitol.
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Bethenny Frankel says she’s tried to get black women on ‘RHONY’
"For years, I have submitted black women. We live in NY. This isn’t a new or innovative concept. It’s truth," she said.
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Argentine lawmaker suspended after kissing woman's breast during virtual congressional meeting
An lawmaker in Argentina seen kissing a woman's breast during a live Zoom meeting of the legislature has been suspended from his post.
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Officer Accused of Causing Over $5,000 Damage to Cars After Being Denied Alcohol in Tavern
Suspect Dion Fernandes was off-duty at the time after being suspended from the Pittston Police department.
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The Inside Story of How Signal Became the Private Messaging App for an Age of Fear and Distrust
Signal is the go-to app for protesters, whistleblowers, and dissidents. As its profile grows, how can it maintain its commitment to privacy?
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1-year-old boy receives life-saving treatment, with help of Bellator's 'Pitbull' brothers
With some assistance from "The Pitbull Brothers," Arthur Belo will receive funds he needs to save his life.        Related Stories1-year-old boy receives life-saving treatment, with help of Bellator's 'Pitbull' brothers - EnclosureUFC 253 faceoffs live video stream (11 a.m. ET)UFC 253 video: Dominick Reyes, Jan Blachowicz on mark for vacant 205 title fight 
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In-your-face luxury: High-end designer face masks for the 1%
The wealthy are sparing no expense when it comes to masking up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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New Movies on Demand: ‘Misbehaviour,’ ‘Stuntwomen,’ ‘Ava’ + More
Check out the new amazing movies to stream on VOD this weekend.
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Jerry Seinfeld can’t let go of his big issue with Mets booth
What’s the deal with “final strike” calls? Jerry Seinfeld wants to know after he was evidently watching the Mets on Thursday night and once again picked a bone with Gary Cohen about the SNY broadcaster saying the Nationals were down to their last strike. “Gary, you are the best,” Seinfeld tweeted. “But, it is not...
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How clean is the air inside LAX's terminals?
Los Angeles International Airport officials outline how frequently filters freshen the air inside terminals.
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Kyle Rittenhouse to fight extradition to Wisconsin over Kenosha shootings, lawyer says
The Illinois teenager accused of fatally shooting two people and injuring a third during the unrest in Kenosha, Wis., last month is fighting his extradition in a hearing Friday.
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Sports adapt to coronavirus restrictions as competition continues
Athletes and fans adapt to coronavirus restrictions as leagues continue competition. Stadiums remain empty and masks are worn by players, coaches and support staff.      
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My Brother Austin Asked Me to Go to Syria With Him. Four Months Later, He Was Taken.
I was at the beach with my family when my brother Austin called. His schedule at Georgetown Law School had prevented him from joining us. I slipped into an empty room at the little house we were renting and listened, astonished, as he told me he was planning a trip to Syria that summer of…
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Working mom's LinkedIn profile goes viral for showing realistic work-life balance during pandemic
Working mom sends message about work-life balance during coronavirus with new LinkedIn headshot.
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Kim Jong Un Says He's Sorry That North Korean Troops Killed A South Korean Man
Pyongyang says an unidentified man was found in North Korean waters, and that he murmured he was from South Korea but then stopped responding to soldiers' questions and appeared to try to flee.
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89-year-old pizza delivery driver gets $12,000 tip surprise from 'TikTok Family'
The tables quickly turned for an 89-year-old pizza delivery driver who received a surprise delivery of his own from "regulars" on his route -- a $12,000 tip.
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Why birds are singing a ‘sexier’ song during COVID-19 lockdown
Quarantine has made birds more sultry. The coronavirus shutdown has had a huge, unintended but generally positive impact on nature — including, new research has found, making birds sing softer, sweeter and sexier. “When noise levels dropped during the shutdown, their songs actually sounded sexier to other birds in the population,” lead author Dr. Elizabeth...
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'Public Trust' shows battle over public lands
David Daniel looks at the documentary, streaming on YouTube beginning 9/25, which looks at the conservation vs. extraction debate over U.S. public lands.
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BMW fined $18 million for inflating sales figures
Luxury automaker BMW has agreed to pay an $18 million fine for misreporting its car sales figures over the course of five years, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced.
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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, wife test positive for coronavirus
The Democratic governor and first lady received nasal swab tests Thursday afternoon after learning a staff member who works in their living quarters became infected with the virus, his office said.
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This service guarantees to make your knives sharper than the day you bought them
Keeping your social distance by cooking at home? Then you need a set of razor-sharp knives that can help you get the job done. Why? Because, frankly, sharp knives work better. If you have ever tried to dice delicate ingredients, like fresh tomatoes or herbs, while using a dull knife, then you know that the...
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Wisconsin parents knowingly sending coronavirus-infected kids to school, officials say
Parents in Wisconsin are knowingly sending their kids to school while infected with COVID-19 or experiencing symptoms, health officials said.
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State of the ‘Walking Dead’: Scott M. Gimple on the Future of the Franchise
From returning to set, to World Beyond, Fear, Carol & Daryl and those Rick Grimes movies, here's what to expect.
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Biden said he will win Scranton. Trump said he will only lose if it's rigged. Who's right?
A federal investigation into discarded ballots in Luzerne County is adding fuel to President Trump's doubts about election integrity in Pennsylvania.        
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Federal judge orders 2020 census counting to continue through October 31
A judge found that shortening the census count would result in undercounting minority groups, affecting federal funding and political representation.        
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'Kajillionaire''s 'many uncanny resonances with this time'
Multimedia artist and filmmaker Miranda July talks about how a post office robbery scene in her 2018 shot dramedy "Kajillionare" become loaded with signifance and explains why she believes money is a "great holder of anxiety." (Sept. 25)       
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UFC 253 faceoffs live video stream (11 a.m. ET)
The weigh-ins are in the books for UFC 253, and now the fighters will face off one last time before Saturday's fights.        Related StoriesUFC 253 video: Dominick Reyes, Jan Blachowicz on mark for vacant 205 title fightUFC 253 video: Watch champ Israel Adesanya, challenger Paulo Costa make weightAlex da Silva has high hopes for matchup with fellow striker Brad Riddell at UFC 253 
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US senators urge Netflix to drop Chinese sci-fi series over author’s comments on Uighers
LOS ANGELES – Five Republican US senators have urged Netflix to reconsider plans to adapt a Chinese science-fiction book trilogy into a TV series because they said the author has defended the Chinese government’s treatment of Uighur Muslims. “The Three-Body Problem” and two sequels were written by Chinese author Liu Cixin. Netflix announced earlier this...
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Trump White House can't end census early, judge rules
President Trump won't be allowed to end this year's census a month early after new evidence presented by Census Bureau officials indicates that an early deadline could lead to severe undercounts, a federal judge ruled Friday. 
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'Exceptionally Rare' Mutant Diamondback Rattlesnake Discovered in Florida
Eastern diamondbacks grow to an average of 3 to 6 feet in length and can weigh up to 10 pounds, making them the longest and heaviest venomous snakes in North America.
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Queen Elizabeth, royal family facing estimated $45M decline in future finances due to coronavirus pandemic
Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family are facing an estimated $45 million dollar hit due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
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