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Some Notable Lines From Final Debate

The second presidential debate was a marked changed from the first one, with few interruptions as the candidates covered a range of topics, including COVID and corruption . Late in the forum, President Trump sought to score points on energy by asking Joe Biden if he would shut down the oil...

US: Russian hackers targeting state, local…

Russian hackers have targeted the networks of dozens of state and local governments in the United States in recent days, and have stolen data from at least two servers

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Jennifer Lawrence Reveals She Used to Vote…

Jennifer Lawrence Reveals She Used to Vote Republican . Lawrence recently appeared on Heather McMahan’s podcast, 'Absolutely Not.'. She admitted to McMahan that because she “grew up Republican,” she voted for John McCain over Barack Obama in the 2008 election. . I grew up Republican. My first time voting, I voted for John McCain. I was a little Republican, Jennifer Lawrence, via ‘The Guardian’. It wasn’t until she grew up that she realized the party’s views on social issues “weren’t in line” with her own. . However, Lawrence still expressed an appreciation for growing up in a Republican household. . I was fortunate to grow up in a Republican house where I can see the fiscal benefits of some of the Republican policies, Jennifer Lawrence, via ‘The Guardian’. Everything changed for Lawrence in 2016 when Donald Trump got elected president. This is an impeached president who’s broken many laws and refused to condemn white supremacy and it feels there’s been a line drawn in the sand. , Jennifer Lawrence, via ‘The Guardian’. I don’t think it’s right... It just changes things for me, Jennifer Lawrence, via ‘The Guardian’. Lawrence has since publicly endorsed Democratic candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

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Trump Tests New Nickname for Biden

President Trump again pressed his case during Thursday night's debate that Joe and Hunter Biden acted unethically in regard to Hunter's business dealings. At one point, he referred to the elder Biden as "the big man" and suggested that he has orchestrated global deals that were enriching him personally. "I...

Will The Presidential Debate Turn The Tide…

After much ado about mutable microphones and plexiglass shields, President Donald Trump will face opponent Joe Biden on Thursday. CNN reports Trump needs to not just perform well at the presidential debate, he'll need to pull a rabbit out of the hat to swing the race his way. The president trails Biden in both national polls and key swing states that will determine whether he has a path to victory in the Electoral College. Both candidates need to improve their standing with certain groups, though. Biden needs more Hispanic voters, and Trump is struggling to get White suburban women. Biden has been laying low recently, preparing for the event. Trump, meanwhile has been barnstorming across the country in full gripe-and-moan mode. The president spends his rallies insulting scientists and refusing any responsibility for the pandemic, which has created a huge drag on his poll numbers.

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Trump Brings Notable Special Guest to Debate

The second and final debate between President Trump and Joe Biden is underway, this time with one big rule change : A candidate's mic can be muted to ensure his rival can speak. In the first half hour, however, the tone has been civil relative to the first debate. First subject:...

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'Anarchist' Cities Sue Trump

Three cities labeled " anarchist " by President Trump are fighting back with an un-anarchist weapon: a lawsuit. New York, Seattle and Portland announced the suit Thursday, WABC reports. The Seattle filing names the president, Attorney General Bill Barr, and other administration officials. If it stands, the designation could cost the cities...

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400 years on, Mayflower's legacy includes pride…

Four centuries after white Europeans stepped off the Mayflower and onto America’s shores, some descendants of the colonists are wrestling with the complicated legacy of their ancestors amid a global racial reckoning

Deaf pittie rejected multiple times finally finds…

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Rays' Ji-Man Choi Makes History in Game 2 Win…

Rays' Ji-Man Choi Makes History in Game 2 Win Over Dodgers. The Tampa Bay Rays beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-4 in Game 2 Wednesday night to tie the World Series 1-1. While pinch-hitting for Mike Brosseau. Rays first baseman Ji-Man Choi made history as the first Korean-born player to have a hit in the World Series. Brandon Lowe contributed greatly to the win with two home runs. One was in the first inning off of Dodgers pitcher Tony Gonsolin. and the second was off of Dustin May in the fifth inning. Game 3 of the World Series will take place Friday at 8:08 p.m. ET

Russians' Hacks Might be Leaving Door Open for…

Two US agencies are warning that Russian hackers are hitting dozens of state and local government networks, stealing data from at least two of them. The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency issued the alert Thursday, Politico reports. The hackers recently have attacked a...

Sitting This One Out? The Six Reasons People…

Despite all the brouhaha surrounding the 2020 US presidential election, not everyone--believe it or not--plans to vote. According to Business Insider, Americans who have chosen not to vote fall into six general categories. The first has to do with accessing the polling place: lacking time, transportation, child care, or problems with getting registered to vote. The second group could be named the 'Why bothers?' These people feel their votes don't count, the election is rigged, or their state has a lock on the opposing party. The third group can't vote because they're not allowed to. Perhaps they are felons, or are not US citizens, or owe outstanding fines. The fourth group won't vote because they dislike both candidates. The fifth group just doesn't feel like voting, and the sixth group cited religious or other reasons.

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Chachi Doesn't Like This Happy Days Reunion

The Fonz will be there. So will Richie, Potsie, Ralph, and Mrs. C. Chachi, though, will be noticeably absent from an upcoming Happy Days reunion, and it's all about politics. As USA Today reports, some of the big names from the old sitcom are getting together on Sunday for an...

Remdesivir Wins Approval as COVID-19 Treatment

Remdesivir on Thursday became the first fully approved treatment for COVID-19 in the US. The Food and Drug Administration had issued an emergency use authorization for the antiviral drug in May. FDA Commissioner made the announcement , CNBC reports. Remdesivir shortened recovery time for hospitalized patients; President Trump is among the...