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1 video that shows exactly how much damage Trump is doing to the idea of truth
CNN's Donie O'Sullivan went to a Trump rally in Minnesota recently to ask attendees what was on their Facebook feeds, as a way to get a sense for the information -- and, more often, misinformation -- they were being fed by the social media giant.
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Three railroad workers built a 'man cave' under New York's Grand Central Terminal
The room apparently was furnished with a wall-mounted TV connected to a streaming device, a futon couch, refrigerator, air mattress, and microwave.
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Coffee shops have had successful rewards programs for years. Now restaurants want in
Coffee shops have used loyalty programs to learn more about their customers and keep them coming back for years. Now, as consumers embrace digital payments during the pandemic, the trend is spreading to restaurant chains who want the same benefits.
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Irish tourist accused of defacing Rome's Colosseum
An Irish tourist has been accused of vandalizing Rome's Colosseum after security staff spotted him allegedly carving his initials into the ancient Italian structure.
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Federal judge wants to see more evidence on Justice Department's handling of Strzok, Page texts
A federal judge on Friday questioned the Justice Department's decision to release text messages between former FBI employees Lisa Page and Peter Strzok and signaled that she wants to see more evidence about whether political influence played a role.
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Harley-Davidson is closing its factory in India
Harley-Davidson is retreating from India, calling time on a decade-long attempt to break into the world's biggest motorcycle market.
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The best single-serve coffee makers of 2020
CNN Underscored tested 10 single-serve coffee makers, from companies like Nespresso, Keurig, and more, to find the best of the best. Here are our top three picks.
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'The Comey Rule' shows off a sensational cast in a slightly uneven miniseries
"The Comey Rule" employs a clunky framing device, turning Rod Rosenstein into the awkward narrator of the story. Brilliant casting from top to bottom, however, elevates this two-part Showtime adaptation of former FBI director James Comey's book, which adopts a sympathetic stance toward the no-win scenario the bureau faced with its twin investigations into presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
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Trump's Supreme Court pick could turn back the clock on civil rights
Vanita Gupta writes that President Trump's next Supreme Court nominee could roll back progress on critical civil rights issues -- from LGBTQ rights to disability rights -- and blunt the positive change so many Americans seek.
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A teacher's aide who worked with special needs students, and her brother, a paramedic, died from coronavirus just one day apart
Gerald "Jerry" Jones, 51, was a longtime paramedic in Volusia County, Florida. His sister, Shyla Pennington, 41, was a teaching assistant at Volusia County Schools.
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Donald Trump said there were 'unbelievable undercover operatives' in the Florida crowd Thursday. What?
President Donald Trump sometimes, well, just says stuff.
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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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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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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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The best sales to shop today: Echo Dot, Nordstrom Rack, Sur La Table and more
Today, you'll find a deal on the Technivorm Moccamaster, discounts on cookware and kitchen tools from Sur La Table, and savings on the brand new Echo Dot. All that and more, below.
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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam tests positive for Covid-19
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and his wife have tested positive for Covid-19, his office announced Friday.
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17 cleaning products on Amazon that get the job done
Multipurpose cleaners that smell like pumpkin and an eco-friendly scrub brush make it onto our list of the best cleaning products on Amazon that truly work wonders.
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She was diagnosed with a mental health disorder. Now she is helping others work through theirs
Mental health advocate Hauwa Ojeifo is one of the 2020 winner of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Changemaker award
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'Fargo' stars Chris Rock in a mob tale that rolls along a bit too slowly
Three years after its last edition, "Fargo" returns with Chris Rock and Jason Schwartzman in key against-type roles, and an enticing mob story with the texture of a graphic novel.
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Lil Wayne releases deluxe version of 'Tha Carter V'
Lil Wayne has dropped a 33-track deluxe edition of "Tha Carter V," which features appearances by 2 Chainz, Post Malone, Gucci Mane, and Raekwon.
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A multi-state salmonella outbreak that sickened at least 41 people is linked to recalled mushrooms
At least 41 people are sick in 10 different states after a salmonella outbreak that has been linked to dried wood ear mushrooms, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
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With AstraZeneca's vaccine trial still on pause in US, questions abound about study participants' mysterious illnesses
As US health authorities consider whether to allow AstraZeneca to resume the clinical trial of its coronavirus vaccine, crucial questions remain about neurological illnesses suffered by study participants who received injections of the experimental vaccine.
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Pandemic shopping pushes Costco to a record profit, but also raises costs by millions
The Covid-19 pandemic fueled a surge in shopping at Costco in its most recent quarter, lifting its annual profit above $4 billion for the first time. But it wasn't all good news for the big box retailer.
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Trump-Biden debate moderators face a huge challenge
Debate coach Todd Graham takes a look at the four main areas of criticism aimed at presidential debate moderators -- bias, not controlling the candidates, failing to address important issues and overstepping bounds -- and gives tips on how this year's group can help avoid these issues. The one thing that will still remain, argues Graham, is the lack of experience of three out of the four moderators.
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This plumber set up a program to introduce girls to the trades in hopes they will follow in her bootsteps
Judaline Cassidy created a program that puts tools in the hands of girls as young as six years old.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at US Capitol
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be honored in a ceremony at the US Capitol today and she will become the first woman in history to lie in state there. Follow here for the latest.
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McDonald's exec: The food industry needs to act now to cut greenhouse gas emissions
As UN Secretary General António Guterres recently declared, the actions we take and the solutions we identify to combat climate change over the next decade will be critical. Yet, no organization can drive change alone.
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Citizens shouldn't need Bloomberg's help to exercise their rights
Laws that disenfranchise Americans with felony records are an unjust practice, deeply tainted by the legacy of white supremacy and systemic racism, says Amy Fettig of the Sentencing Project. She explains how these laws continue to disproportionately affect African Americans and calls for an end to them.
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TikTok ban: Here's the latest on the app's fate
A US ban on TikTok could start on Sunday. Maybe.
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