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Virus Hits 22 States Harder and Young People…

New information about the spread of the coronavirus in the US raises several alarms. The latest concerning data show: The number of new cases up in 22 states over the past week. The biggest jumps are in West and Midwest states, Axios reports, but Maine and New Jersey also report...

The Latest: NM voters submit 250K absentee ballot…

Voters across New Mexico have submitted nearly 250,000 absentee ballot requests with especially strong demand among Democrats for alternatives to in-person voting amid the pandemic

Underwater robot captures stunning pink lobster…

Underwater robot captures stunning pink lobster on camera

Tribeca Film Festival Adds Video Games to…

Tribeca Film Festival Adds Video Games to Official Selections. Organizers announced a new honor, the Tribeca Games Award. The award will recognize games that showcase excellence in storytelling. Jane Rosenthal, Tribeca Film Festival co-founder and CEO, discussed the presence of gaming this year and celebrating "storytelling in all its forms.". It’s incredible to see how game creators develop these immersive worlds with their own, unique stories, characters, lore and languages, and their work should be celebrated, Jane Rosenthal, to ‘The Hollywood Reporter’. ‘LA Noire’ became the first video game to be an official selection for 2011. Rosenthal notes how games are “part cinema, part gaming.". We’ve seen how films influence so many game creators, but we’ve also seen how many filmmakers are heavily influenced by game culture, Jane Rosenthal, to ‘The Hollywood Reporter’. Tribeca Games also revealed a new advisory board of game and film veterans. Geoff Keighley, Hideo Kojima, Nia DaCosta, Kiki Wolfkill and others will steer the presence of gaming at the festival

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McEnany Answers Whether Trump Would Leave Office

After President Trump declined to promise he'd participate in a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election in November, his press secretary took on the question. "The president will accept the result of a free and fair election," Kayleigh McEnany told reporters Thursday. "He will accept the will...

New Home Sales In US: Pandemic? What Pandemic?

Despite unprecedented unemployment amid a global pandemic, US new home sales positively boomed in August. Markets Insider reports new US home sales shot up 4.8% to an annual rate of 1 million units in August. That's the most rapid pace since 2006 and marks four consecutive months of increasing sales. The housing market has been one of the few bright spots in the virus-rattled economy. However, some fear that a dwindling supply of new homes people can buy will soon halt the sector's rally.

Drivers struggle through floodwaters

Despite deep floodwaters, drivers attempted to drive through this road in Pensacola, Florida, in mid-September, as Hurricane Sally soaked the Gulf Coast region, triggering widespread flash flooding.

Diabetes Medicine Pulled Over Carcinogen Concerns

The Food and Drug Administration has posted the voluntary recall of another metformin—the ninth brand pulled since May. Riomet ER, a Type 2 diabetes medicine marketed by Sun Pharmaceutical, was found in tests to contain too much N-nitrosodimethylamine, a carcinogen, the Miami Herald reports. The recall applies to Lot...

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Michael Caputo, Who Blamed Rant on Health, Has…

A Trump administration spokesman who blamed an online outburst —in which he advised Americans to buy ammunition to prepare for the aftermath of the November election—on stress and health problems is battling cancer. A spokesman said Michael Caputo had surgery at the National Cancer Institute, Politico reports, and doctors...

In despair, protesters take to streets for…

People dismayed that the Louisville, Kentucky, officers who shot Breonna Taylor haven't be charged with her death have vowed to persist in their fight for justice

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'Terminator-like' liquid metal moves and stretches

Scientists have developed new liquid metals that can be manipulated in 3D space with magnets.

Chargers’ Team Doctor Accidentally Punctures QB…

Chargers’ Team Doctor Accidentally Punctures QB Tyrod Taylor’s Lung. Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor was forced to sit out of last Sunday’s game after a stunning medical mishap. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Taylor’s lung was accidentally punctured by the team doctor just before kickoff. The Chargers were facing off against the Kansas City Chiefs in week 2 of the NFL season. . The unnamed doctor was reportedly trying to give Taylor a pain-killing injection for his cracked ribs. . Taylor was incapacitated by the injury, and rookie Justin Herbert was forced to step up and make his NFL debut. . Chargers coach Anthony Lynn has since said that Taylor will be back as their starting quarterback, but doctors disagree. Schefter reports that Taylor has since been advised to not play for an indefinite amount of time. Doctors have advised Tyrod Taylor not to play "indefinitely” due to his punctured lung. The Chargers were hoping Taylor would be able to start Sunday, but doctors are against it, Adam Schefter, via Twitter

It's Another Topsy-Turvy Day on Wall Street

All three major indexes ended up in positive territory on Thursday, just not as positive as they were earlier in the day. The Dow rose 52 points to 26,815, the S&P 500 ticked up 9 points to 3,246, and the Nasdaq rose 39 points to 10,672. An...

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Has Happy Ending To…

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is sure to be feeling a sense of relief after prosecutors dropped a misdemeanor charge against him. Newser reports the move came after the Florida 4th District Court of Appeal blocked their use of video that allegedly shows him paying for massage parlor sex. The court found last month that Jupiter police violated the rights of Kraft and the other customers. The violation stemmed from when police secretly installed video cameras inside massage rooms at the spa for an investigation in early 2019. The recordings are the only known evidence that the men paid for sex.

Mount Wilson Observatory saved from California…

The historic Mount Wilson Observatory has been saved from the Bobcat Fire, which has been raging in Los Angeles County, California, since early September. The observatory is more than 100 years old.

Poll Sees a Red-State Problem for Trump

A new poll from the New York Times and Sienna College suggests that President Trump might be facing a problem with female voters in three red states in particular. The survey focused on three states won by Trump in 2016: Texas, Georgia, and Iowa. It finds a big gender divide...

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Cuomo Makes Big Move on Vaccine

When the federal government gives the green light for the first COVID vaccine, New Yorkers may be waiting longer than others. Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday said he was forming a special panel of experts to vet anything approved by the feds before it gets distributed in his state, reports...

Hearing seeks to move protest shooter for trial…

A 17-year-old accused of killing two protesters days after Jacob Blake was shot by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, faces a hearing to return him to Wisconsin to face trial on homicide charges that could put him in prison for life

Kayleigh McEnany: Trump 'will accept the results…

Kayleigh McEnany: Trump 'will accept the results of a fair and free election'