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Trump on Committing to Peaceful Power Transfer…

President Trump on Wednesday declined to commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose the election in November. "Well, we’re going to have to see what happens," Trump said when asked directly about the issue during a press conference, USA Today reports. "You know that I've been complaining...

Tiny Rubik's Cube goes on sale in Japan for…

A tiny but playable Rubik’s Cube, so little it fits on your fingertip, has gone on sale in Japan for 198,000 yen, or about $1,900, for delivery starting in December

Scientists shocked to see a fish jump out of…

Coral reef fishes use a multitude of diverse feeding behaviours to increase their ability to successfully capture a wide range of prey. Scientists reported a novel hunting behavior in a coral reef fish, the titan triggerfish, Balistoides viridescens, where an individual was seen partially beaching itself while attempting to catch a Red Sea ghost crab, Ocypode saratan. This is the first report of this behaviour in the order Tetraodontiformes, and represents an astonishing capability for this species to exploit food resources outside their typical assumed ecological niche.

Gale Sayers, Chicago Bears Hall of Fame Running…

Gale Sayers, , Chicago Bears Hall of Fame Running Back, , Dead at Age 77. Sayers had reportedly been living with dementia for several years. Hall of Fame president and CEO David Baker confirmed his death via a statement. All those who love the game of football mourn the loss of one of the greatest to ever play this game with the passing of Chicago Bears legend Gale Sayers, Hall of Fame president and CEO David Baker, via statement. He was the very essence of a team player -- quiet, unassuming and always ready to compliment a teammate for a key block. , Hall of Fame president and CEO David Baker, via statement. Gale was an extraordinary man who overcame a great deal of adversity during his NFL career and life, Hall of Fame president and CEO David Baker, via statement. Known as "The Kansas Comet," the former running back was a first-round pick by the Chicago Bears in 1965. . A major knee injury in 1970 forced the five-time All-Pro to retire in 1971. According to Fox News, Sayers ended his career with 39 touchdowns and 4,956 rushing yards. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977 at the age of 34. If you want to see perfection as a running back, you best get ahold of a film of Gale Sayers. He was poetry in motion. His like will never be seen again, Legendary Bears coach George Halas, at Sayers' Hall of Fame Induction, via ESPN. Sayers' friendship with terminally-ill teammate Brian Piccolo also inspired the movie, 'Brian's Song.'

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Kentucky Gov. to AG: Release Breonna Taylor…

President Trump's reaction to the indictment in the Breonna Taylor case announced Wednesday was to praise the Kentucky attorney general whose office made the controversial decision . "Really brilliant Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is doing a fantastic job," he said when asked about the decision during an evening press conference,...

Mark Zuckerberg Unfazed By Pics

AP Photo/Mark Lennihan Mark Zuckerberg appears to be unfazed by the photo of him surfing that went viral this summer. The Facebook CEO addressed the jokes and memes surrounding the photo, in which he appears slathered in sunscreen, during a company-wide Q&A, according to leaked audio obtained by The Verge. "I'm not a person who's under the illusion that I look particularly cool at any point with what I'm doing," Zuckerberg said. Zuckerberg also addressed his skincare routine, which has reportedly been getting a lot of attention from employees who have noticed his clear, hydrated skin on video calls during the pandemic.

Teddy sends waves to Nova Scotia

Teddy sent rough surf over to Eastern Passage, Novia Scotia, Canada, on Sept. 23.

Route 24

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2 Louisville Cops Shot

Two Louisville police officers were shot Wednesday night amid renewed protests over the death of Breonna Taylor, though it's not clear whether the shootings were related to the demonstrations, WKYT reports. Their injuries are not life-threatening; one required surgery and the other was alert and stable as of the Courier-Journal...

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Anti-Mask Governor Has COVID-19

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson and his wife tested positive Wednesday for COVID-19 after she came down with mild symptoms, the Hill reports. "I want everybody to know that myself and the first lady are both fine," Parson said in a Facebook video. "Right now I feel fine. No symptoms of...

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How can I tell the difference between the flu and…

The flu and COVID-19 have such similar symptoms, you may need to get tested to know which type of virus is making you miserable

Ants team up with friends to form a raft during…

A Georgia Tech team found that fire ants act collaboratively rather than individually to form a water-repellant, buoyant raft. An individual ant’s exoskeleton is moderately hydrophobic. But fire ants enhance their water repellency by linking their bodies together, a process similar to the weaving of a waterproof fabric.

Chance the Rapper Receives Backlash After Telling…

Chance the Rapper Receives Backlash , After Telling Fans to Cast Same Votes as Their Moms. On Tuesday, Chance the Rapper took to Twitter to offer some political advice to his 8.3 million followers. Ask your mom who to vote for. Vote for who she say, Chance the Rapper, via Twitter. After receiving criticism for his initial tweet, Chance reaffirmed his stance, saying people need to “trust” their moms. And ion care what somebody quoted over my s---. Ya mama been thru alot. Ask them and trust them, Chance the Rapper, via Twitter. Some fans continued to disagree, expressing the importance of researching candidates and making an independent decision. Chance later retweeted a post and expressed his agreement that the advice he previously offered “does not apply if you are white.”

Lawyer Calls Taylor Decision 'Outrageous and…

Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump was among many people outraged Wednesday after only one of the officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor was indicted . Crump, who represents the Black woman's family, slammed the grand jury's decision and noted that the charges of wanton endangerment against former Louisville officer...

eBay Workers To Plead Guilty To Terrorizing…

Four of seven former eBay Inc. employees are to plead guilty for their participation in tormenting a Massachusetts couple. According to Newser, the couple ran an online newsletter critical of the auction website. Federal prosecutors say the group's campaign of intimidation included sending live spiders and cockroaches to the couple's home. They also sent a funeral wreath and a bloody pig mask to the home, as well as pornographic magazines with the husband’s name on them. They are all charged with conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with a witness.

Rebuilding slowly after Hurricane Laura

Residents have barely been able to start rebuilding after Hurricane Laura, but they are worried Beta might bring more heartbreak.

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David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet

Trailer for 'David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet' starring David Attenborough

Trump: Election 'Scam' Will End Up in Supreme…

President Trump made the stakes in the Supreme Court struggle very clear Wednesday, predicting that the presidential election will end up being settled by the nation's highest court. "I think this will end up in the Supreme Court. And I think it's very important that we have nine justices," Trump...

Riot Police Are Arresting People in Louisville

People angered by the indictment of a sole police officer in the Breonna Taylor case are marching in downtown Louisville—where cops have formed a line and arrested a few protesters, USA Today reports. The group had assembled early in Jefferson Square Park, the nerve center of protests for nearly...