Trump campaign sues in Nevada to stop Vegas-area vote count
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

The Trump campaign and Nevada Republicans asked a state judge on Friday to stop counting Las Vegas-area mail-in ballots as the president and his supporters continue to question the safety and validity of mail-in votes. 

Khabib Nurmagomedov submits Justin Gaethje at UFC 254, announces retirement
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Khabib Nurmagomedov sobbed in the middle of the octagon after his UFC 254 lightweight title defense against Justin Gaethje on Saturday.

Wisconsin court blocks governors restrictions on indoor public gatherings despite COVID-19 surge
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

A Wisconsin appeals court issued a temporary block on Democratic Gov. Tony Evers restrictions on indoor gatherings Friday, even as the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in state shattered records for the second day in a row. 

Half of Colorado’s district attorneys will be replaced after election
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Colorado voters could change the state's criminal justice landscape next year as every district attorney is up for election in November.

49ers coach reveals Arik Armstead interrupted date night to ask questions while studying film
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh praised veteran defensive lineman Arik Armstead for his passion for studying film on Thursday.

Residents of Wisconsin town near Kenosha in uproar over teacher's racism lesson
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

She wanted her fourth grade class to understand systemic racism. Parents said she was indoctrinating their children and wanted her fired.

Supreme Court sides mostly with Republicans in last-minute voting cases
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

More rulings on election procedures with mail-in ballots in key battleground states are expected before Nov. 3

'Holiday bubble checklist' offers tips to lower Covid-19 risk this winter
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Step 1: Pick a "bubble commissioner."

Snow due to hit Colorado wildfire areas
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

"We don’t anticipate it will be a season-ending event, but we do believe it will help us a great bit," said a fire incident spokesman.

Navy training plane crashes into Alabama neighborhood, killing 2 pilots
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

The crash in the residential area sparked a large fire and killed the two pilots on board.

US election 2020: Trump on three-state campaign blitz after casting vote
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

The US president's frenetic schedule sees him visiting three key states in one day after voting in Florida.

Nigeria protests: Police chief deploys 'all resources' amid street violence
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

The shooting of unarmed protesters earlier this week sparked the worst street violence seen in two decades.

Afghan bombing: Kabul education centre attack kills at least 18
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

The suicide attack outside the private facility in the Afghan capital has wounded dozens more.

Trump comment on 'blowing up' Nile Dam angers Ethiopia
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Its PM condemns "aggressions" after Donald Trump says Egypt might destroy a controversial Nile dam.

Osiris-Rex: Nasa probe risks losing asteroid sample after door jams
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

The Osiris-Rex spacecraft collected so much rock from asteroid Bennu that bits are leaking out.

The Washington Post's report on the President's comments come at a time when Republicans in tight down-ballot races have little desire to align with him
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Melania Trump to vote on Election Day, her spokeswoman says
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Mail-in voting | The road to 270

Obama in Florida: Trump's tough guy schtick is a fraud
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Former President Barack Obama on Saturday laced into President Donald Trump, describing his successor as a thin-skinned bully whose true weakness was revealed when he walked off the set of a high profile interview this week after being faced with a few probing questions.

Opinion: Why evangelicals should care about Trump's lies (and other sins)
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

In a season of campaign schwag, a baseball cap caught my eye. Beneath an American flag were the words "Make Lying Wrong Again."

Fareed Zakaria: This is why Trump will lose 2020 election
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

CNN's Fareed Zakaria tells Anderson Cooper why he thinks President Donald Trump will lose the 2020 presidential election.

One killed in shooting by Border Patrol agent in Texas
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Shooting occurred in investigation of a suspected human smuggling operation.

Europe, U.S. watch case totals grow, debate new restrictions
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Confirmed coronavirus infections continue to soar in parts of the U.S., Europe.

UK-US trade pact opposed with Trump, cows and pigs as props
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Demonstrators dressed as chickens, a cow and President Donald Trump.

Appeals court halts order requiring Georgia pollbook backups
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Ruling required polling places to have a paper backup of electronic pollbooks.

Texas players stay on the field for "The Eyes of Texas" song
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Texas school officials got exactly what they wanted: no protest.

Trump campaign sues in Nevada to stop Vegas-area vote count
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

The Trump campaign and Nevada Republicans asked a state judge on Friday to stop counting Las Vegas-area mail-in ballots as the president and his supporters continue to question the safety and validity of mail-in votes. 

Khabib Nurmagomedov submits Justin Gaethje at UFC 254, announces retirement
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Khabib Nurmagomedov sobbed in the middle of the octagon after his UFC 254 lightweight title defense against Justin Gaethje on Saturday.

Wisconsin court blocks governors restrictions on indoor public gatherings despite COVID-19 surge
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

A Wisconsin appeals court issued a temporary block on Democratic Gov. Tony Evers restrictions on indoor gatherings Friday, even as the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in state shattered records for the second day in a row. 

Half of Colorado’s district attorneys will be replaced after election
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Colorado voters could change the state's criminal justice landscape next year as every district attorney is up for election in November.

49ers coach reveals Arik Armstead interrupted date night to ask questions while studying film
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh praised veteran defensive lineman Arik Armstead for his passion for studying film on Thursday.

How The Epoch Times Created a Giant Influence Machine
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Since 2016, the Falun Gong-backed newspaper has used aggressive Facebook tactics and right-wing misinformation to create an anti-China, pro-Trump media empire.

Obama Slams Trump in Florida, as President Courts Ohio Suburbs
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Barack Obama joined a drive-in rally in Miami, where he delivered one of his most visceral and high-decibel attacks on President Trump. Here’s the latest.

While Her Father Rails Against ‘Idiot’ Scientists, Ivanka Trump Talks Ice Cream
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

The first daughter is trying to woo the white suburban female voters who have become her father’s demographic kryptonite.

Joe Biden Had Close Ties With Police Leaders. Will They Help Him Now?
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

His proposed solution to addressing both urgent calls for police reform and animosity from law enforcement toward Democrats is one he’s long relied on: He’ll just get everyone in the same room.

Early Voting in NYC: Long Lines Across New York
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Voters in New York City waited hours to cast ballots on Saturday, the first time that early voting has been allowed in the state in a presidential election.


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Your election guide 🇺🇸
Posted on Wednesday October 21, 2020

All of your questions about mail-in voting and Election Day, explained. See where each candidate stand on the issues and which congressional races to watch.

      

Tracking the coronavirus outbreak
Posted on Thursday June 25, 2020

Track outbreaks in US

      

Top 50 shows to watch
Posted on Friday September 04, 2020

Best of Amazon Prime

      

Editorial Board: Our View
Posted on Thursday October 22, 2020

Elect Joe Biden

      

Reports: Top adviser to Vice President Mike Pence tested positive for the coronavirus
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Marty Obst, one of Vice President Mike Pence's closest advisers, tested positive this week for the novel coronavirus, according to Bloomberg and CNN.

      

Protesters in Thailand continue demonstrations against government and military rule
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Protesters are continuing to march the streets of Thailand, demanding the resignation of the country’s prime minister. Demonstrators are speaking out against the country’s royal family and military rule. Ramy Inocencio reports.

Waukegan police officer fired after fatal shooting of Black teenager
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

The police officer who shot and killed 19-year-old Marcellis Stinnette has been fired. Stinnette’s girlfriend was wounded in the shooting.

Colorado wildfires continue to devastate the region
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

The second largest wildfire in Colorado history has burned through nearly 300 square miles, larger than the city of Chicago. The fire is less than 10% contained. Omar Villafranca reports.

Authorities successfully destroy “murder hornet” nest in Washington
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Federal agriculture authorities destroyed a nest of so-called “murder hornets” in Washington state on Saturday. The giant insects are viewed as an ecological threat as they can wipe out entire hives of honey bees.

Japanese sushi chef finds way to spice up deliveries during pandemic
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

With his sushi restaurant on the verge of closing amid the coronavirus pandemic, chef Masanori Sugiura was desperate to find ways to keep his business afloat. So the bodybuilder decided to beef up his menu by adding a very special kind of delivery. Lucy Craft has more.

Wash your mask daily: the ultimate guide to face coverings
Posted on Friday October 23, 2020

Experts explain the best ways to handle and wash masks – and how to avoid ‘maskne’

We hook them on to our faces, laugh, sneeze and sputter into them, then crumple them into our bags or pockets only to retrieve them and do it all again. Yet despite official advice that we should be wearing a fresh face covering each time we enter an enclosed public space, a YouGov poll revealed many people are going several wears between washes – and 15% of Brits don’t wash their reusable masks at all. Similarly, more than half of those opting for disposable masks are rewearing them – 7% of them indefinitely so.

Face coverings are designed to catch the respiratory droplets we emit from our mouths and noses, but given that they’re our own respiratory droplets, is this really so bad? We examine the evidence.

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Cross-border toilet trips at Chester cinema fall foul of Welsh Covid rules
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Loos for Storyhouse’s Halloween drive-in screenings were just over Welsh side of the line

Drive-in cinemagoers in Chester were almost caught short after it emerged anyone using the toilets, located across the Welsh border, would be breaking coronavirus lockdown laws.

Ticket-holders for the Storyhouse’s Moonlight Drive Halloween showings could breathe a sigh of relief on Friday, after the cinema confirmed it had found a way out of the tight spot.

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Australian production of non-protein Covid-19 vaccine may take an extra year, minister says
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

Industry minister says, depending on type of vaccine approved, ‘significant work’ may be required before production

It could take up to a year for Australian biotech company CSL to develop the capability to make a Covid-19 vaccine if a non-protein-based version proves safe and effective, the country’s industry minister has said.

Karen Andrews said CSL would be able to immediately start making a protein-based vaccine, but “significant work” would be required if it was another type based on mRNA, or messenger ribonucleic acid.

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Top London restaurants find loophole in tier 2 Covid rules
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

An exception meant for freelancers sees a roaring lunch trade, and No 10 doesn’t seem too bothered

“A table for six? No, sir, that is against the Covid-19 restrictions … unless you promise that your party will discuss business, not pleasure.”

Some of London’s fanciest restaurants have discovered a loophole in the tier-2 coronavirus lockdowns restrictions designed to prevent households from mixing and thereby slow the spread of the virus.

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Coronavirus live news: UK targets vaccine for NHS staff 'by Christmas'; Melbourne delays easing of restrictions
Posted on Sunday October 25, 2020

France, Italy, Austria and Greece report record increases in Covid-19 cases; Melbourne cluster grows. Follow the latest updates live

Mainland China reported 15 new cases on Saturday, all imported from other countries. There are 405 asymptomatic patients currently under observation, including a teenage girl in Kashgar.

Overnight there was a bit of confusion among Kashgar residents and visitors, as flights in and out of the Xinjiang region city were suddenly cancelled, and police authorities posted and then deleted a social media message reminding people to wear masks.

Mexico’s health ministry reported on Saturday 6,025 additional cases of the novel coronavirus and 431 more deaths in the country, bringing the official number of cases to 886,800 and the death toll to 88,743.

Health officials have said the real number of infected people is likely significantly higher than the confirmed cases.

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Universal Mask Wearing Could Save Some 130,000 Lives In The U.S., Study Suggests
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

The study is based on some assumptions under different scenarios. It suggests that if 95% of Americans wore masks in public it could drastically reduce the amount of COVID-19 deaths by February.

A Federal Coronavirus Vaccine Contract Released At Last, But Redactions Obscure Terms
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Most of the federal contracts with companies involved in the crash program to make COVID-19 vaccines haven't been made public. The lack of disclosure raises questions about accountability.

Jerry Jeff Walker, Who Wrote 'Mr. Bojangles,' Dies At 78
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Walker was a pioneer in Austin's country music scene in the 1970s. His most famous song, "Mr. Bojangles," went on to inspire countless covers.

With Stops In 4 Key States, Biden And Trump Bring Their Closing Arguments To Voters
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

The approach the two candidates are taking in this final leg of the campaign mirrors the divergent narratives they're trying to convey about the pandemic and the choice voters face this fall.

At Least 18 Dead, Including Children, In Suicide Attack In Afghan Capital
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Afghanistan's interior ministry said at least 57 others were wounded in the bombing outside of an education center in a heavily Shiite neighborhood in Kabul.

Residents of Wisconsin town near Kenosha in uproar over teacher's racism lesson
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

She wanted her fourth grade class to understand systemic racism. Parents said she was indoctrinating their children and wanted her fired.

Supreme Court sides mostly with Republicans in last-minute voting cases
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

More rulings on election procedures with mail-in ballots in key battleground states are expected before Nov. 3

'Holiday bubble checklist' offers tips to lower Covid-19 risk this winter
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Step 1: Pick a "bubble commissioner."

Snow due to hit Colorado wildfire areas
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

"We don’t anticipate it will be a season-ending event, but we do believe it will help us a great bit," said a fire incident spokesman.

Navy training plane crashes into Alabama neighborhood, killing 2 pilots
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

The crash in the residential area sparked a large fire and killed the two pilots on board.

Venezuela Opposition Figure, Long Confined, Flees Country - The New York Times
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

  1. Venezuela Opposition Figure, Long Confined, Flees Country  The New York Times
  2. Venezuelan opposition figure Lopez abandons Caracas refuge to flee abroad  Yahoo News
  3. Venezuela’s Opposition Leader Lopez Flees to Colombia  Bloomberg
  4. Opposition Leader Flees Venezuela  The Wall Street Journal
  5. Opposition activist leaves embassy haven to flee Venezuela  Yahoo News
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News

Europe suffers record case numbers as France's Macron warns crisis may last until summer - CNN
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

  1. Europe suffers record case numbers as France's Macron warns crisis may last until summer  CNN
  2. How Europe’s Fight Against Covid-19 Went Awry Over the Summer  The Wall Street Journal
  3. Here’s where Europe’s second wave is filling up hospitals.  The New York Times
  4. At least nine countries in Europe hit record-high daily COVID-19 cases  New York Post
  5. Europe warned COVID spreading more quickly, further curbs loom  Yahoo News
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News

Trump's Middle East peace deals 'rejected conventional wisdom': State Dept. - Fox News
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

  1. Trump's Middle East peace deals 'rejected conventional wisdom': State Dept.  Fox News
  2. The uncomfortable question Trump asked Netanyahu  CNN
  3. Iran says U.S.-brokered Sudan-Israel deal secured by 'ransom'  Yahoo News
  4. Fred Fleitz: Sudan-Israel agreement normalizing relations marks a revolutionary change — all thanks to Trump  Fox News
  5. Israel Sees Warming Ties With Sudan as Symbolic Progress in Hostile Region  The New York Times
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News

In South Korea, Draft Resisters Still Go to Prison. But Now It’s a Job. - The New York Times
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

In South Korea, Draft Resisters Still Go to Prison. But Now It’s a Job.  The New York Times

Marcus Rashford and his mother volunteer at Manchester food bank - Guardian News
Posted on Friday October 23, 2020

  1. Marcus Rashford and his mother volunteer at Manchester food bank  Guardian News
  2. McDonald's is offering a million free meals to in-need UK families - Business Insider  Business Insider
  3. Marcus Rashford-Backed Cafes Paying for Free School Meals With Own Tip Jar  Newsweek
  4. Voting against free school meals shames Britain  The Guardian
  5. Marcus Rashford's free school meals campaign 'incredible', says Jürgen Klopp  The Guardian
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Trump expressed doubt to donors GOP can hold Senate: report
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

President Trump privately told donors at a Nashville, Tenn., fundraiser on Thursday that he thinks it will be "very tough" for Republicans to keep their majority in the Senate, adding that he would not support certa...

Will anyone from the left realize why Trump won — again?
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

The radical leftist elites and Trump haters have no idea that many Americans consider them to be the problem.

Lou Dobbs goes after Lindsey Graham: 'I don't know why anyone' would vote for him 
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Fox Business host Lou Dobbs on Friday went after Sen. Lindsey Graham (S.C.), asking why anyone would vote for the Republican lawmaker just weeks before his hotly contested election.

Lawyers for Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner threaten to sue Lincoln Project over Times Square billboards
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

Attorneys for Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner threatened to sue The Lincoln Project, a prominent Republican group opposing the president, for billboards it put up in Times Square in Manhattan.

Watch live: Trump holds campaign rally in Wisconsin
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

President Trump is set to hold a campaign rally on Saturday in Waukesha, Wis.The rally is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. EDT.Watch the live video above.