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September 20, 2020

Mayan slave ship found off Yucatan
Archaeologists in Mexico have confirmed that a shipwreck discovered off the coast of the Yucatan peninsula once carried captured Mayans who were sold into slavery. ... click to read more

Trump mocks MSNBC anchor for getting shot with rubber bullet
President Donald Trump on Friday mock an American news anchor for being shot with a rubber bullet during George Floyd protests in May, calling it a "beautiful sight" during a political rally in Minnesota. ... click to read more

Brianna Keilar takes Fox News to task for Covid-19 misinformation
CNN's Brianna Keilar says "misinformation is a virus unto itself and Fox News is the vector." She breaks down the misleading and false claims on the coronavius pandemic broadcast by the network. ... click to read more

Trump says he has approved a deal for TikTok sale
President Donald Trump said Saturday he has approved a deal between TikTok's parent company, ByteDance, and Oracle, though it is unclear whether it will be enough to avert restrictions on TikTok that are scheduled to go into effect Sunday evening. ... click to read more

Opinion: Why Trump can't fox the 2020 media like he did in 2016
A favorite pastime for progressives these days is freaking out about the media. They say they can't stand that Trump gets away with so many unchecked lies, manipulating both mainstream news outlets and social-media platforms. They fear Election Night 2020 will be just like it was four years ago, an... click to read more

Obama calls out young voters who could be pivotal in 2020
Former President Barack Obama is appealing to young voters with viral quarantine trends like the "Renegade" dance and sourdough bread. Young people will likely be pivotal in the 2020 election. ... click to read more

Package containing ricin addressed to Trump intercepted by law enforcement
A package containing the poison ricin and addressed to President Donald Trump was intercepted by law enforcement earlier this week, according to two law enforcement officials. ... click to read more

Thousands gather in Bangkok demanding reforms
Thousands gathered in Thailand this weekend at a rally calling for reform, which culminated Sunday with a group attempting to march to the Monarch's Privy Council, next to the Royal Palace, to deliver their demands -- an explosive and unprecedented move in a country that reveres the monarchy. ... click to read more

Party leaders indicate that if they win the majority, they may retaliate against Republicans by pushing to expand the court
Notable names on Trump's list of potential Supreme Court nominees ... click to read more

Ex-RBG law clerk: My two favorite stories about Ginsburg
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was appointed to the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit by President Jimmy Carter in 1980, and to the Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton in 1993. I had the good fortune to clerk for her when she was on the DC Circuit. ... click to read more

Here's why a Supreme Court battle could benefit the GOP
Top Senate Republicans are privately arguing that it would boost their chances of holding the majority in November if their party makes a full-throated effort at confirming President Donald Trump's pick for the Supreme Court, according to multiple GOP sources, despite their past posture that such n... click to read more

'I want you to use my words against me': What Lindsey Graham said about replacing justices before an election
The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg just months before the 2020 presidential election sets a political dilemma for some Republicans Senators, who in 2016 said that Supreme Court vacancies should not be filled near the end of a president's term. ... click to read more

'I don't remember the loss of a public figure ever bringing me to tears:' Your memories of Ginsburg
When Kalina Newman heard that Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died on Friday night, she and her boyfriend immediately left the restaurant where they were having dinner, bought some flowers and went to the US Supreme Court to join the crowd of people honoring the 87-year-old associate justice. ... click to read more

Trump on Supreme Court nominee: 'It will be a woman'
President Donald Trump on Saturday said that Republicans have an "obligation" to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's vacant seat on the Supreme Court "without delay," as Democrats argue the Senate should refrain from confirming a replacement until after the next president is sworn in. ... click to read more

Here's how long it's taken to confirm past Supreme Court justices
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death has opened up a political battle over the future of the Supreme Court and who will fill her now-vacant seat as Election Day looms. ... click to read more

Analysis: How a rushed confirmation could push Democrats to reshape the court
Supreme Court nominations are legacy-making events for presidents. It's that important. ... click to read more

Susan Collins says Trump can nominate a justice, but Senate should vote after election
Republican Sen. Susan Collins on Saturday weighed in on the US Supreme Court vacancy, saying that she believes waiting until after the election is the right decision. ... click to read more

Opinion: Lindsey Graham and the GOP's supreme hypocrisy
In March 2016, Sen. Lindsey Graham brushed off accusations of partisanship and invited critics to hold his feet to the fire after he opposed President Barack Obama's Supreme Court pick to replace Justice Antonin Scalia. His reasoning? It was an election year. ... click to read more

Chris Cuomo: Why do you think Sen. Lindsey Graham would be troubled?
CNN's Chris Cuomo reacts to Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham's support of President Donald Trump filling the vacancy left by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg after opposing former President Barack Obama's efforts to fill a Supreme Court vacancy in 2016. ... click to read more

What happened when Senate Republicans refused to vote on Obama's nominee
The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg less than two months from the presidential election has forced a reexamination of Republicans' 11-month blockade of Merrick Garland in 2016. ... click to read more

Opinion: Attention Mitch — Filling RBG's seat now could break American democracy
While a law student at the University of Kentucky, the institution where I teach, Senator Mitch McConnell surely learned about the importance of justice and democracy. In the wake of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing on Friday evening, there is one action that McConnell can take that may very w... click to read more

Lee Kerslake, drummer for Ozzy Osbourne and Uriah Heep, has died
Lee Kerslake, drummer for Ozzy Osbourne and rock band Uriah Heep, has died, according to statements from the band posted Saturday on Facebook. ... click to read more

'Blood amber:' A portal into dinosaur times but an ethical minefield for paleontologists
When it comes to dinosaurs, many of us think of towering skeletons dominating the atriums of the world's great natural history museums. ... click to read more

See Justin Bieber and Chance The Rapper reunite in new music video
Justin Bieber has reunited with Chance The Rapper for a new track, "Holy." Here's a look at the accompanying music video, also featuring Ryan Destiny from Fox series "Star" and Wilmer Valderrama from "NCIS." ... click to read more

Salvation Army starts holiday fundraising early to 'Rescue Christmas'
The Salvation Army is getting an early start on its holiday fundraising campaign due to the unprecedented demands of the coronavirus pandemic. ... click to read more

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston recreate steamy rom-com scene
The actors appeared in a star-studded table read of "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" to benefit charity. ... click to read more

Cracker Barrel is adding alcohol to the menu for the first time in its history
The next time you go to order a Momma's Pancake Breakfast, you can add a mimosa to your order. ... click to read more

See moment child hears mom's voice for the first time
A toddler is fitted with hearing aids and hears his mom's voice for the first time. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the moment. ... click to read more

How it all went wrong in Europe as second wave grips continent
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Some college students face stay-at-home orders as local leaders try to control Covid-19 spread
Hoping to slow an outbreak of Covid-19 cases among its students, a small college in Rhode Island announced a stay-at-home order this week after more than 80 students tested positive for the virus in two days. ... click to read more

Dr. Scott Atlas: There is no sound science on mask-wearing
White House coronavirus task force adviser Dr. Scott Atlas defends President Donald Trump's decision on wearing masks during his political rallies. ... click to read more

A new Canadian Covid-19 gargle test 'one of the first of its kind' in the world, doctor says
Most children in British Columbia can say goodbye to those icky swabs and uncomfortable Covid-19 tests as the Canadian province launches a new gargle method for students ages 4 to 19. ... click to read more

Bittersweet beauty of RBG's passing on Rosh Hashanah
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday night as Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, started. Commentators weigh in on the importance of her life and work -- and the implications of her passing. The views expressed in this commentary belong to the authors. View more opinion at CNN. ... click to read more

Actress who played RBG reacts to the justice's death
Felicity Jones, who played late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the film "On the Basis of Sex," is honoring the woman whose story she brought to the big screen. ... click to read more

Bill Clinton calls Ginsburg 'one of the most extraordinary justices ever to serve'
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Watch Joe Biden react to RBG's death
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden reacts to the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. ... click to read more

The National Weather Service spotted a massive bat colony on its weather radar
Murder hornets, zombie cicadas, invasive lizards -- the list of icky pests popping up across the United States appears to be growing this year. ... click to read more

Torch-inspired Tokyo skyscraper to become Japan's tallest building
A 390-meter-high (1,279 feet) skyscraper inspired by a flaming torch is set to become Japan's tallest building when it opens in 2027. ... click to read more

Ride along in the latest Ferrari convertible
A good Ferrari can be one of Italy's finest works of art. CNN Business' Peter Valdes-Dapena got to take the latest $300,000 Ferrari F8 Spider for a test drive. ... click to read more

Why you should really consider natural cleaning products
Cleaning, and the products we use to clean, is a bigger consideration than ever. And while much of the focus has been on disinfecting to reduce the transmission of the novel coronavirus, cleaning in general — how, how often, with what products — is a thing people are spending more time thinking abo... click to read more

Workers fear humans implanted with microchips will steal their jobs
Workers worry that in the not-too-distant future they will be sidelined by humans implanted with performance-enhancing microchips. ... click to read more

6 new mouth-watering fast-food items
September started off rough for fast-food fanatics: Taco Bell announced it was eliminating the beloved Mexican Pizza as well as several other items. It didn't help fans that this was the company's second major menu makeover this summer -- earlier the spicy potato soft taco said sayonara. ... click to read more

Amazon's stock is getting beat by a warehouse chain this year. And it's not Costco
For years, Costco and Sam's Club have dominated warehouse club retail, where members pay an annual fee to buy large quantities of goods at low prices. But a much smaller warehouse chain has gained steam as shoppers load up on groceries in the pandemic: BJ's Wholesale Club. ... click to read more

Why people are flocking to ugly produce during the pandemic
When the pandemic hit the United States in March, Imperfect Foods found itself scrambling to keep up with a sudden spike in demand. ... click to read more

What Ginsburg taught men about women
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing marks the end of an era in more ways than one. Having repeatedly beaten cancer, Ginsburg had come to almost seem invincible. She was a larger than life figure who became a hero to many young women trying to follow the path she forged in the legal profession. Ginsburg's... click to read more

Herd immunity is a fantasy
Despite what science or the failed coronavirus strategy in Sweden tell us, people continue to entertain herd immunity as a possible strategy for ending the Covid-19 pandemic. ... click to read more

The disturbing truth about plastic recycling
Our oceans are now awash in at least 150 million tons of plastic, an amount that researchers say will soon surpass the weight of all the fish in the sea. ... click to read more

A monstrous allegation against ICE can't be ignored
In 1961, famed civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer's uterus was removed by a White doctor without her consent while she was undergoing surgery to remove a tumor. Sterilization of Black women was so common at the time that the practice was dubbed a "Mississippi appendectomy." ... click to read more

Why we left California and just kept driving east
This is how you live during a fire season during the sixth month of a pandemic: One day at a time. Our bags had been packed for a while now, our canned goods and go-boxes at the ready. We'd already been through a couple of red flag warnings this year, and we expect more. And: Everyone around us is... click to read more

Biden proposes 401(k) changes to give low-income savers bigger tax benefits
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has a plan to change 401(k) retirement savings accounts to give low-income earners a bigger tax break up front. ... click to read more

Notable names on Trump's list of potential SCOTUS nominees
President Donald Trump has updated a roster of more than 20 potential Supreme Court nominees in recent weeks, a list that includes prominent and lesser-known conservatives who would undoubtedly tilt the court further rightward if one were appointed. ... click to read more

Understanding mail-in voting in the US
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Facts First: Search our database
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How to make sure your 2020 mail-in vote is counted
A lot of people have concerns about mail-in voting (is the Postal Service being sabotaged? Will their vote be counted?), and also about the state of American democracy in general. ... click to read more

Send your stories about voting issues
Are you having difficulty registering or voting, whether in person or by mail? Are you worried about receiving or returning your mail-in ballot? Do you believe you have seen or received disinformation relating to voting information or the election? ... click to read more

Refi rates at 2.48% APR (15 yr). Do you qualify?
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5 cards charging 0% interest until 2022
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You'll never guess who just put $91B on 1 5G stock
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A Hong Kong teenager's death became a magnet for conspiracies, and exposed deep problems in how the city operates
The crowd recoiled as tear gas canisters rained down on them and riot police advanced up the street, carrying shields and batons. ... click to read more

Venus is a Russian planet — say the Russians
No longer confined to territories here on Earth, Russia has now staked its claim on Venus, saying it is a "Russian planet." ... click to read more

Canadian police charge Tesla driver who was allegedly doing 90 miles per hour while asleep
Canadian police have charged a 20-year-old man with dangerous driving after he was arrested for allegedly being asleep at the wheel of a 2019 Tesla Model S while it was operating in its semi-autonomous "Autopilot" mode. ... click to read more

Mariachi musicians fight pandemic blues in Mexico
Mariachi, a musical tradition in Mexico, and its musicians have been forced to adapt as crowded plazas are no longer safe during the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Matt Rivers reports. ... click to read more

A carjacker held a couple hostage for hours in Tennessee before killing the husband, investigators say
Aileen and Jordan Stevens were driving to church on Sunday when a car rear-ended their Ford Mustang on Interstate 24 in Tennessee. It was about 9:30 a.m. -- Aileen Stevens was teaching Sunday School that morning at their church in Rutherford County, her family said. ... click to read more

Wildfire-weary Californians, 'tired of this being normal,' consider uprooting their lives
It's not just the nearly 7,900 wildfires that have consumed more than 3.4 million acres and claimed 26 lives in California that have Arthur Gies looking online for apartments in New York. ... click to read more

Milwaukee students attending online class heard fatal shots, and their teacher called 911
The gunshots that killed a Milwaukee woman in her home a week ago were heard by students in a virtual class whose teacher called 911. ... click to read more

Record-breaking storm season spawns slow-moving Beta along an already-battered Gulf Coast
Tropical Storm Alpha, named Friday, took the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane season into the Greek alphabet for only the second time in recorded history. ... click to read more

Why it's more than OK to celebrate the Emmys right now
The gravity of 2020 can make feting celebrities and their work feel pretty superficial, until you stop to think about what that work means to us in these times. ... click to read more

The Obama presidency through Pete Souza's lens
Pete Souza became an unlikely political figure, stepping out from his behind-the-scenes role as official White House photographer and into the spotlight with Instagram posts jabbing President Trump, which became the book "Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents." That provides the foundation for a document... click to read more

The Emmy Awards will be 'live, live, live'
The virtual Emmy Awards will be "live, live, live," with the producers fully anticipating that there will be foul-ups and planning to roll with that as best they can. ... click to read more

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