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Protest leader Cori Bush ousts longtime Rep. William Lacy Clay in Missouri primary

Cori Bush, a onetime homeless woman who led protests following a white police officer’s fatal shooting of a Black 18-year-old in Ferguson, ousted longtime Rep. William Lacy Clay Tuesday in Missouri’s Democratic primary, ending a political dynasty that has spanned more than a half-century. Bush’s victory came in a rematch of 2018, when she failed...
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Thousands Protest Coronavirus Restrictions in London
LONDON (AP) — Thousands gathered Saturday at London’s Trafalgar Square to protest lockdowns and social distancing rules imposed to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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In COVID-19 quarantine, Florida State coach Mike Norvell won't have contact with team for Miami game
Florida State faces Maimi (Fla.) this weekend, but coach Mike Norvell won't be there or in contact with the team due to his positive COVID-19 test.        
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Holy Shirt! ‘The Good Place’ Season 4 Is Now on Netflix
You've waited long enough to find out how this all shakes out.
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8 sweet and savory apple recipes that will have you feeling fall
We've got sweet and savory answers for what to do with your market or orchard bounty.
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Column: She died on a sidewalk near where she grew up. She was L.A.'s 959th homeless death this year
This year, L.A. County will break its record for homeless deaths. Sylvia Maglia, a troubled soul who lived on the streets of Granada Hills, is one of the dead.
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Do California hotel workers deserve extra job security? They think so
If AB 3216 passes, anyone who lost their jobs at hotels, airports and private clubs during this pandemic and any future 'state of emergency' can get their position back based on seniority — assuming their place of employment survives.
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I’ve known Amy Coney Barrett for 15 years. Liberals have nothing to fear.
Her intellect, humility, open-mindedness and respect for legal precedent should reassure liberals that she is worthy of filling Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg's Supreme Court seat.
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Did Breonna Taylor grand jury make the right call?
No one is being held legally responsible for the death of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor. Was this the right call? And what should be the lessons of the incident?
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Judge Napolitano on Trump's third Supreme Court nominee: 'This is a moment of triumph'
President Trump has been 'utterly faithful' to his Supreme Court nomination promises, Judge Andrew Napolitano tells 'Fox & Friends.'
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NBA Mock Draft 4.0: Knicks resist urge, Nets grab explosive slider
No draft in NBA history has come with this much uncertainty. We don’t know who’ll be the top pick, or even for sure when it’ll be — already pushed back by coronavirus from June to October to Nov. 18, for now. A lot can change with the Draft Combine starting Monday, but here is how...
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Officer Who Died After Learning He Would Be Fired for Death of Black Man Buried Quietly
Louisiana state trooper Chris Hollingworth was laid to rest at a ceremony authorities had tried to keep secret amid fears of a protest following the in-custody death case of Ronald Greene.
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Breonna Taylor protests in Louisville: 24 arrested, man accused of aiming laser at police aircraft
Twenty four protesters were arrested Friday during another night of unrest following the grand jury indictment of a single cop in connection with the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, including one man allegedly for shining a laser at an aircraft.
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Korean War 70th Anniversary: Remember the lives a ‘Forgotten War’ took
In 1951, Gen. Douglas MacArthur quoted an old Army ballad in his farewell address to Congress: “Old soldiers never die. They just fade away.” But on the 70th anniversary of the Korean War, it seems the veterans of that conflict have faded faster than most. Seventy years ago today, a company of US Marines pulled...
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Trump's border wall vs Biden's focus on asylum
Joe Biden supports a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, while President Donald Trump has pledged to criminally prosecute and deport people who cross the border illegally.
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NASA astronaut to cast her ballot 200 miles above Earth
"If we can do it from space, then I believe folks can do it from the ground, too," Kate Rubins said.
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Leftist Italian Govt Set to Dismantle Salvini Anti-Mass Migration Decrees
Italian Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese has sent a draft letter to Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte which could dismantle the anti-mass migration decrees enacted by populist Senator Matteo Salvini.
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'EA UFC 4' adds Calvin Kattar, Pedro Munhoz as playable characters
Top-ranked contenders Calvin Kattar and Pedro Munhoz have finally been added to the EA Sports' UFC 4 game.        Related Stories'EA UFC 4' adds Calvin Kattar, Pedro Munhoz as playable characters - EnclosureGet ready for Conor McGregor-Manny Pacquiao, whether you want it or notUFC 253 discussion thread 
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Hundreds sit on Brooklyn Bridge in Breonna Taylor protest
Demonstrators are angry and exhausted over a grand jury's decision not to charge officers in Breonna Taylor's death.
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Former exam administrator pleads guilty in college scam
A former college entrance exam administrator pleaded guilty Friday to taking bribes to help wealthy parents rig their kids' test scores as part of a college admissions bribery scheme.
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US public lands boss William Perry Pendley serving unlawfully: judge
A federal judge ruled Friday that the top US official overseeing public lands has been serving unlawfully in his post and blocked him from continuing on in the position. William Perry Pendley has spent more than 400 days as acting director of the US Interior Department Bureau of Land Management. But US District Judge Brian...
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Amazon just dropped a huge surprise sale on all things fall—shop the best deals
This big fall Amazon sale has everything you'll need to get your space in order for the season, including furniture, tools, space heaters and blankets.       
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Fashion designer stages show with puppets
Moschino's Creative Director Jeremy Scott presented the brand's Spring-Summer 2021 collection with marionettes walking the runway.
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Drew Barrymore Reunites With Ex-Husband Tom Green On ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ For First Time In 15 Years
Barrymore teared up as she described her relationship with Green, whom she married from 2001 to 2002.
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If 95 Percent of Americans Wear Masks, 100,000 Lives Can Be Saved by January 1: IHME Report
As winter weather merges with many people moving life indoors, global health experts say wearing masks could save 100,000 lives from COVID-19 by January 1.
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Assistant U.S. Attorney: Barr “Has Brought Shame” on Justice Department
The sitting federal prosecutor for the District of Massachusetts wrote a letter to the Boston Globe.
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How will a Supreme Court vacancy shake up the 2020 race?
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death has set off a dramatic chain of events leading up to what is expected to be a fierce confirmation battle in the Senate to fill her seat. President Trump is set to announce his pick to fill the vacancy Saturday, just over a week since the icon’s death. The Hill Editor-in-Chief Bob Cusack joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to break down the latest in the Supreme Court fight.
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Why Silicon Valley CEOs are such raging psychopaths
Why Silicon Valley CEOs — and their employees — are driven by some of the worst behavior known to man.
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With COVID-19 Cases Rising in U.K. Govt. Says Health App Not Including All Results
The app was launched in England and Wales on Thursday to warn people if they have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for the coronavirus.
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VA health dept., George Mason University working on contact tracing after Gov. Northam tests positive for COVID-19
George Mason University says they are in touch with the Virginia Health Department to contact trace potential cases of coronavirus after that state's governor tested positive for COVID-19 days after a visit to the school. 
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Smerconish: Is this what law & order looks like?
How can the president prioritize law and order when discussing civil unrest, but then refuse to accept the rule of law regarding the election outcome?
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Elijah Cummings’ widow on his new autobiography and extraordinary life
Late Congressman Elijah Cummings’ autobiography, titled “We’re Better Than This” after the cvil rights giant’s signature phrase, has recently been shepherded to completion thanks to his widow, Maya Rockeymoore Cummings. Michelle Miller speaks to her about completing the book, and her husband’s lasting legacy.
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Why a dedicated Zoom device makes sense
Amazon's new Echo Show 10 or Fire TV Cube hookup will get you closer to having more Zoom in your life. But you won't have to tie up laptop anymore.       
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President Trump, here are three tips for besting Biden at the debate
Lanhee Chen writes there are three things President Donald Trump should do to emerge the winner from his initial debate against former Vice President Joe Biden: focus on the economy, be ready to talk about health care and keep the pressure on his opponent.
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Six-month mark: Border families face headaches, heartache over U.S.-Mexico border restrictions
Borderland residents adapt to record waits six months into travel restrictions at the U.S.-Mexico border, put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19       
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For U.K.’s Boris Johnson, Hardball Tactics Seem the Only Way to a Brexit Deal
With a combative style, Mr. Johnson has pointedly avoided comparisons to Theresa May, his predecessor. But will his strategy yield a deal?
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Fire threat, heat wave in store for West this weekend as colder temps come to Midwest
A major weather pattern change is in sight for the next few days in much of the U.S., including the return of dangerous fire weather conditions in parts of the West.
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California braces for power shutoffs and weather that could fan wildfire flames
Pacific Gas & Electric warned it may cut power from Sunday morning to Monday, potentially affecting 97,000 customers in 16 counties.
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What Keeps a Vaccine Expert Up at Night
In the race to get a coronavirus vaccine to market, there’s a danger of losing Americans’ trust.
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LSU vs. Mississippi State prediction, line: Tough start to Tigers’ title defense
It was great to have the ACC and Big 12 begin play earlier this month. It was nice to see Army and Louisiana-Lafayette crash the Top 25. But now the season can truly get started. College football without the SEC was like Peter Luger’s without a porterhouse. When you are in Tuscaloosa, Ala., you are...
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Oscar Pistorius documentary details Olympian's 'fall from grace' after murder conviction, director says
The South African sprinter is serving a 15-year prison sentence
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The one Mets dilemma Steve Cohen may not be able to fix
Professor Wagstaff, the new president of Huxley College, played by Groucho Marx, explained to medical students the sudden rush of blood to the head: “We then come to the bloodstream. The blood rushes from the head, down to the feet … gets a look at those feet, and rushes back to the head again. This...
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10 classic books that keep getting banned
Ever since books have been printed and distributed, there have been groups of people eager to set fire to them, ban them, and generally make sure certain titles (and the exciting ideas contained therein!) never see the light of day. Book burnings were a regular event in university towns across Nazi Germany in the 1930s,...
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Kayleigh McEnany Watch: Down with Playboy!
Journalistic snobbery from the White House briefing room lectern: What form of hypocrisy haven't we glimpsed?
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Can technology predict wildfires? New systems attempt to better forecast their spread
Remote weather stations, satellites and supercomputers have begun to show promise as a means of predicting the spread of wildfires.
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How do you go to the Los Angeles Public Library when COVID-19 has closed its buildings? It's easy, fun and surprisingly comforting
The Los Angeles Public Library's buildings remain COVID-closed. But in the pandemic, librarians' creativity has blossomed online and many new doors for patrons have opened.
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The Senate should ignore Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination
But Republicans seem to be lining up to do the wrong thing.
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'300-foot flames coming at us': The battle to save Mt. Wilson from the Bobcat fire
Among the biggest worries of the Bobcat fire — now one of the largest in Los Angeles County history — has been Mt. Wilson.
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Rep. Justin Amash, the ex-Republican who tussled with Trump and the GOP, reflects on what's next
Rep. Justin Amash isn't seeking reelection after leaving the Republican Party and clashing with its leadership.        
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