French man says tattoo-covered face cost him kindergarten teaching jobedition.cnn.com
A schoolteacher whose body, face and tongue are covered in tattoos and who has had the whites of his eyes surgically turned black said he was prevented from teaching at a French kindergarten after a parent complained he scared their child.
Jack Shore vs. Khalid Taha added to UFC's Nov. 7 lineupusatoday.com
A bantamweight matchup between Jack Shore and Khalid Taha is the latest addition to the UFC's Nov. 7 event. Related StoriesJack Shore vs. Khalid Taha added to UFC's Nov. 7 lineup - EnclosureColby Covington says he accepted Jorge Masvidal fight offer from UFC: 'It's all in his court now'M
MRI Could Decide Kaitlyn Bristowe's 'Dancing With the Stars' Fate Before Disney Nightnewsweek.com
The former Bachelorette danced on an injured ankle last week.
The Republican Supreme Court strategy: a phony tale of victimhoodwashingtonpost.com
It worked for Brett Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas, so why not for Amy Coney Barrett?
Coronavirus Outbreak on Cruise Ship's First Voyage Post-Lockdown as 12 Crew Infectednewsweek.com
The cruise began in Heraklion, the capital of the Greek island of Crete, and was due to sail to Piraeus, near Athens.
Lincoln Project Asks Hispanic Voters Who Believed in Trump to Think About Loved Ones Lost to Virusnewsweek.com
The Spanish-speaking narrator appeals to those watching to "vote with reason," saying that "we must vote for Biden in November."
Tiny Coke can grill cooks one hot dog at a timenypost.com
Call it a Coca-“Coal”-a. A crafty YouTuber transformed a can of Coke into a mini-barbecue grill in this how-to video filmed in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. To do this DIY project at home, you’ll need an aluminum can, nuts, bolts, a malleable metal rod for the grill rack, a hinge, charcoal and a match. Subscribe to...
The 10 best moments from the Nationals’ 2020 season featured a lot of Juan Sotowashingtonpost.com
The defending World Series champions missed the playoffs, but there were some fun times along the way.
Colts QB Philip Rivers reached rare milestones, quietly — just as he wantedusatoday.com
Philip Rivers' teammates had no idea he was on the precipice of meaningful NFL milestones. The Colts quarterback joined an exclusive list.
Republicans eye Amy Coney Barrett Senate floor vote at end of October, just days before electionfoxnews.com
Republicans' timeline for Barrett's confirmation would be significantly faster than most modern Supreme Court confirmations.
Trump on defense after NYT publishes tax info, says he is 'entitled' to credits 'like everyone else'foxnews.com
President Trump on Monday defended his tax history, saying that he paid “millions of dollars” to the Internal Revenue Service, and touted his “impressive” financial statements and willingness to “give up” his presidential salary, in the wake of a new report that called into question what taxes, if any, Trump paid in the last 15 years.
Bill Barr’s Efforts to Manipulate the Press Are Getting Cruderslate.com
The announcement of a mail-in ballot investigation in Pennsylvania was unusually brazen in its partisan objective.
Indiana Wife Ran Over Husband and Left His Dead Body in Ditch, Police Saynewsweek.com
Sandra Adelle Huff is being quizzed by detectives over the death of her 45-year-old spouse Roger Hardin.
'Everything' White House Task Force Adviser Who Sided With Trump Over Masks Says 'Is False," CDC Director Tells Colleaguenewsweek.com
Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the CDC, and Dr. Scott Atlas haven't seen eye to eye on the current state of the coronavirus outbreak in America.
North Dakota Coronavirus Case Records Broken Every Day for a Week as Governor Continues to Refuse Mask Mandatenewsweek.com
North Dakota also has the highest rate of infection per capita out of any state in the nation.
McEnany on NYT Trump Tax Report: 'Same Playbook That the American People Rejected' in 2016breitbart.com
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, on Monday's Fox News Channel broadcast of "Fox & Friends," sounded off on the report, saying it is the "same playbook that the American people rejected" in 2016 when Trump was elected.
The WeChat and TikTok Bans Show the U.S. No Longer Stands for Internet Freedomslate.com
In 2016, I thought that the U.S. decision to relinquish the last vestiges of its stewardship over the internet was a mistake. Now, I suspect I was wrong.
Prospecting for gold finds new fans amid pandemic, uncertain economyusatoday.com
Gold prospecting is finding new fans as Americans look for new, socially-distanced hobbies. Writer Zoe Zorka tagged along on a such dig.
Gold prospecting grows as a hobby thanks to social distancing and an uncertain economyusatoday.com
Like a lot of other outdoor pursuits that allow practitioners to socially distance, interest in prospecting has taken off during the pandemic.
Salt Bae’s restaurant closes for allegedly violating COVID protocolsnypost.com
Meanwhile, social media is fuming over a video filmed at his restaurant.
‘Do as I say not as I do’: Trump’s past tax commentary is cast in a whole new lightwashingtonpost.com
Trump has repeatedly criticized people he says are not paying enough taxes -- and his tweets about Barack Obama's taxes are particularly hypocritical in retrospect.
Great British Bake Off faves on London's best dessertsusatoday.com
Benjamina and Selasi share their sweet secrets