Breonna Taylor updates: Curfew extended; Taylor's mother speaks out; Kentucky officials decline Trump's offer for federal help
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Breonna Taylor's mother says the system failed her daughter. Kentucky's governor declines President Trump's offer for federal assistance. Latest news.
Pac-12 announces it will begin college football season on Nov. 6
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The Pac-12 reversed its earlier decision and will attempt to play a seven-game schedule beginning Nov. 6. Teams will be considered for the CFP.
'Let the world see': Church where 100,000 saw Emmett Till's open casket is now on a list of US endangered historic places
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The church where an estimated 100,000 people viewed Emmett Till's open casket was listed among America's most endangered historic places Thursday.
Trump campaigns in Jacksonville, calls for Biden to release list of Supreme Court choices
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Trump did not drop any hints about who he will announce as his Supreme Court nominee on Saturday beyond saying the selection will be a woman.
There have already been 8,000 wildfires in California this year. A warm, dry fall forecast threatens to bring more trouble.
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Meteorologists throughout California warn of increased fire danger as temperatures soar to triple digits, starting this weekend.
Review: Aaron Sorkin's 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' packs its courtroom with stellar cast
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Aaron Sorkin packs his Netflix courtroom drama with quite a few good men in 'The Trial of the Chicago 7,' about the notorious 1969 trial.
Feds announce inquiry involving 9 mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania as Trump rails about fraud
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U.S. Attorney David Freed said federal authorities were alerted Monday to the discovery, prompting the inquiry by the FBI and state police.
Coronavirus updates: Pac-12 football returns; Cuomo says New York will review vaccines approved by feds; fears of a second wave in Europe
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New York will conduct a review of any coronavirus vaccines approved by the federal government. Study says virus has mutated. Latest COVID news.
Joe Biden endorsed, Trump excoriated by nearly 500 retired top military, national security officials
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Nearly 500 retired generals, admirals and senior civilian national security officials endorse Joe Biden and blast President Donald Trump.
ESPN announcer Mark Jones says he will refuse police protection at college football game
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ESPN college football play-by-play announcer Mark Jones says in a tweet he will refuse police protection Saturday at the Army-Cincinnati game.
HHS spokesperson Michael Caputo diagnosed with cancer after taking medical leave
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Michael Caputo, who took leave from his role as spokesperson for HHS, has been diagnosed with metastatic cancer in his head and neck.
'An election between Donald Trump and democracy': Bernie Sanders sounds alarm on president refusing defeat if he loses
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Bernie Sanders will warn the public of a "nightmare scenario" – Donald Trump not accepting an election loss, as the president himself has intimated.
Breonna Taylor protesters urged nonviolence, then 2 Louisville police officers were shot
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Protesters discouraged violence after the indictment in the Breonna Taylor case. Two officers were shot while responding to a crowd.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes first woman to lie in state: 8 other strides she made for women
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As Ginsburg becomes first woman to lie in state, here are 8 other strides she made for women.
Amazon redesigns Echo, unveils car security, flying Ring indoor drone and Luna gaming service
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A new Ring security drone and Ring for the car were part of Amazon's virtual press event along with new Alexa products and the Luna gaming service.
Coronavirus has exposed a secret underbelly of the travel business: Ponzi-style schemes to pay bookings
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Consumer complaints related to COVID-19 include more than 5,300 travelers who struggled to secure refunds for trips interrupted by coronavirus.
'Honor her wish': Trump is jeered as he pays his respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg at Supreme Court
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Members of the public booed Trump as he approached the casket atop the marble steps of the Supreme Court building to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
This is how often you should wash your clothes
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Wearing some clothes more than once can do more harm than good.
Near-Earth asteroid fly-bys and impacts, exploring our apocalypse prevention
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One cosmic rock a half-mile wide could change our planet forever, unless we spot it well-ahead of time.
Hurricane season takes a breather, but activity could ramp up again in October
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For the first time in weeks, no tropical storms or hurricanes are spinning anywhere in the Atlantic Basin.
'Vote this fool out of office': Public Enemy's Chuck D on Trump, new album and 'Fight the Power 2020'
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Public Enemy co-founder Chuck D talks to USA TODAY about the hip-hop group's new album "What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?" out Friday.
Top Senate Judiciary Democrat Feinstein says she doesn't 'have the power' to block Trump's Supreme Court nominee
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein called it 'deeply concerning' if a Supreme Court nominee is confirmed before a new president is inaugurated.
United Airlines to make COVID-19 rapid tests available to passengers, starting on Hawaii route
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United's COVID-19 testing program, beginning Oct. 15 on flights from San Francisco to Hawaii, will allow flyers to take a rapid test at the airport.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has charges dropped in Florida prostitution sting
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Misdemeanor prostitution solicitation charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft were dropped Thursday in Florida.
Airman mom pulls off sneaky surprise for sons
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In the last three years, Master Sergeant Liana Perez has had to endure a lot of time away from her family but when she finally was able to come home she got an emotional reunion […]
'Naked ballots': Philadelphia official warns court ruling could negate 100k mail-in ballots
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Philadelphia official warns that a state court ruling could have 100k 'naked' mail-in ballots go uncounted in the general election.
New Jersey law says criminal cops should go to jail. Records reveal they often don't.
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Officers accused of violence, sexual misconduct and more have walked free in deals that dodge a tough sentencing law. Lawmakers want to eliminate it.
Fact checking 8 myths in Breonna Taylor case: Was she asleep when police shot her? Is there body-cam footage?
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We gathered the facts based on public records, official statements and interviews with witnesses and people close to the case to knock down myths.