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U.S. and Turkish officials discuss Ukraine and NATO in unannounced meeting

By Catherine Jackson
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan met with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's chief adviser Ibrahim Kalin in Istanbul on Sunday and discussed "progress on Finland's and Sweden's NATO accession," the White House said in an explanation.
The two, ...

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New Hampshire GOP Gov. Chris Sununu says he thanks his 'lucky stars' that he didn't get 'conned' into a Senate bid

Gov. Chris Sununu of New Hampshire.AP Photo/Charles Krupa
N.H. GOP Gov. Chris Sununu says he's grateful he wasn't "persuaded" to run for the Senate.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, he described the Senate as "the B team compared to governors."
Instead of looking to Washington DC, Sununu decid...

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McMaster says Russian army in Ukraine is facing a "moral collapse"

Retired Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, a former national security adviser to Trump's White House and a CBS News contributor, told Face the Nation that the Ukrainians had won a "tremendous victory" after retaking the strategic city of Lyman.

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McMaster says Russian army in Ukraine is facing a "moral collapse"

Retired Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, a former national security adviser to Trump's White House and a CBS News contributor, told Face the Nation that the Ukrainians had won a "tremendous victory" after retaking the strategic city of Lyman.

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How a New Jersey man captured footage of his mom's ex-husband that urinated daily on her grave, he alleges

The suspect urinates on Linda Torello's grave. Michael Andrew Murphy
A New Jersey man decided to investigate after repeatedly finding feces on his mother's grave.
Michael Andrew Murphy told Insider he can take footage that shows a man urinating on the grave "every day."
Murphy identified the susp...

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How a New Jersey man captured footage of his mom's ex-husband that urinated daily on her grave, he alleges

The suspect urinates on Linda Torello's grave. Michael Andrew Murphy
A New Jersey man decided to investigate after repeatedly finding feces on his mother's grave.
Michael Andrew Murphy told Insider he can take footage that shows a man urinating on the grave "every day."
Murphy identified the susp...

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Some Fort Myers Beach residents frustrated, confused by Hurricane Ian emergency response

"Is there a shuttle?"
Karen Coderre asked whoever would listen. With the afternoon sun beating down on her, she walked dazedly down the Mantanzas Pass Bridge. Behind her she was toting a small gray roller bag and a green tote bag that held her essentials, clothes and purse.
Wearing brown flip-flo...

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Poor Florida neighborhood battered by Ian

Wind, rain, and storm surge from hurricanes affect everyone in their path. But these combined effects are often more of a disaster for poor people living on an everyday basis, like many in Harlem Heights, Fla. (October 2) (AP video by Rebecca Santana).

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‘Stand Up, N-Words’: More Athletes Accuse Brigham Young University Crowd of Racism

John Todd/ISI Photos
Brigham Young University students were involved in another racial controversy, this time over a women's soccer game.
According to a new report from The Guardian, five visiting footballers claimed they were called racial slurs, including the N-word, at school after kneeling du...

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‘Stand Up, N-Words’: More Athletes Accuse Brigham Young University Crowd of Racism

John Todd/ISI Photos
Brigham Young University students were involved in another racial controversy, this time over a women's soccer game.
According to a new report from The Guardian, five visiting footballers claimed they were called racial slurs, including the N-word, at school after kneeling du...

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Investigation into alleged cheating at high-stakes poker game could include lie-detector tests, casino says

Garrett Adelstein and Robbi Jade Lew. Photo by Hustler Casino Live
Polygraph could potentially be used in an independent investigation into an allegation of poker cheating.
One of the most famous cash games in the world, Garrett Adelstein, filed charges on Thursday.
He said he was "clearly cheate...

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Investigation into alleged cheating at high-stakes poker game could include lie-detector tests, casino says

Garrett Adelstein and Robbi Jade Lew. Photo by Hustler Casino Live
Polygraph could potentially be used in an independent investigation into an allegation of poker cheating.
One of the most famous cash games in the world, Garrett Adelstein, filed charges on Thursday.
He said he was "clearly cheate...

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Federal Court Rules for Catholic School That Fired Teacher in Same-Sex Union

A federal court in Indiana on Friday ruled in favor of a Catholic private school that fired a teacher who entered into a same-sex partnership in violation of her contract with the school.
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis and its schools may choose, retain, or fire teachers based on their religious...

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Prince William to stay away from Cop27 along with his father, King Charles

The Prince of Wales attended Cop26 last year but is staying away from the follow-up event on the advice of the Government - Alastair Grant/Reuters
No senior members of the royal family will attend the Cop27 after it was confirmed the King and Prince of Wales will not travel to Egypt - despite the...

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Rick Scott Panics When Asked About Trump’s Racist Truth Social Post

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Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) tried his best to justify former President Donald Trump's racist Truth Social post Friday, in which the ex-commander in chief said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell had a "DEATH WISH" and called his former transportation secretary Elaine Chao "Coco Chow".
The senat...

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During Hurricane Ian, shrimpers rode out the storm on boats. Now they’re left without work

Shrimp boats Javier Allan Lopez, left, 34, and Oriel Martinez Alvarado, 51, sit in the shade of one of the shrimp boats. Some of their colleagues took shelter during Hurricane Ian on Wednesday afternoon. On land near the Trico Shrimp Company in Fort Myers, they sought refuge from the sun on Frida...

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During Hurricane Ian, shrimpers rode out the storm on boats. Now they’re left without work

Shrimp boats Javier Allan Lopez, left, 34, and Oriel Martinez Alvarado, 51, sit in the shade of one of the shrimp boats. Some of their colleagues took shelter during Hurricane Ian on Wednesday afternoon. On land near the Trico Shrimp Company in Fort Myers, they sought refuge from the sun on Frida...

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National Guard of Ukraine fighters capture Russian tank near Lyman

KATERYNA TYSHCHENKO — SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2022, 4:21 PM
Soldiers of the National Guard of Ukraine captured a Russian T-72B3 tank near Lyman in Donetsk Oblast.
Source: National Guard of Ukraine
All photos: National Guard of Ukraine
Quote: “The Rapid Deployment Brigade of the National Guard of Ukrai...

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National Guard of Ukraine fighters capture Russian tank near Lyman

KATERYNA TYSHCHENKO — SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2022, 4:21 PM
Soldiers of the National Guard of Ukraine captured a Russian T-72B3 tank near Lyman in Donetsk Oblast.
Source: National Guard of Ukraine
All photos: National Guard of Ukraine
Quote: “The Rapid Deployment Brigade of the National Guard of Ukrai...

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Jason Bateman said he 'almost took' down Michael Jackson while riding his bicycle around Universal Studios in the 80s

Jason Bateman attends "Ozark" season 4 premiere on April 21, 2022; Michael Jackson at a Pepsi event on March 1, 1988. Cindy Ord/FilmMagic; Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
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Jason Bateman said he almost ran over Michael Jackson riding a bike when he was a kid.
The actor shared the childhood ...

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Tracy: Scientists increasingly believe climate change is making hurricanes stronger and more destructive

CBS News senior national and environmental correspondent Ben Tracy discusses how warmer water is making more deadly and destructive hurricanes — and whether to rebuild along the coast.

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Tracy: Scientists increasingly believe climate change is making hurricanes stronger and more destructive

CBS News senior national and environmental correspondent Ben Tracy discusses how warmer water is making more deadly and destructive hurricanes — and whether to rebuild along the coast.

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Ukraine claims full control of key logistics hub

STORY: Russian flags were lowered in the town of Lyman - according to footage released by a Ukrainian official - after Kyiv claimed full control of the eastern logistics hub on Sunday (October 2).
This is Ukraine's most significant victory on the battlefield in weeks.
It provides a potential base...

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Germany says it will supply Ukraine with air defence system in days

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany will deliver the first of four advanced IRIS-T air defense systems to Ukraine in the coming days to repel drone strikes, Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht said on Saturday during an unannounced visit to Odessa.
While air raid sirens sounded over the port city, Lambre...

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Two disturbances are in the Atlantic Ocean. One has a 70% chance of formation

There are two disturbances in the Atlantic Sunday morning that the National Hurricane Center has a high probability of becoming a storm system by next weekend, and one of which has a high probability of becoming nothing.
Disorder #1
This disturbance in the eastern Atlantic, several hundred miles ...

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Two disturbances are in the Atlantic Ocean. One has a 70% chance of formation

There are two disturbances in the Atlantic Sunday morning that the National Hurricane Center has a high probability of becoming a storm system by next weekend, and one of which has a high probability of becoming nothing.
Disorder #1
This disturbance in the eastern Atlantic, several hundred miles ...

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Plunging into an authoritarian state

Karl Milliken
Our ongoing descent into a police state seems to be gaining momentum with no end in sight. Let me take that back: there is an end in sight where every last morsel of personal liberty will be wiped out in favor of the authoritarian state.
Previously unknown examples of interference i...

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Plunging into an authoritarian state

Karl Milliken
Our ongoing descent into a police state seems to be gaining momentum with no end in sight. Let me take that back: there is an end in sight where every last morsel of personal liberty will be wiped out in favor of the authoritarian state.
Previously unknown examples of interference i...

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When will power return after Hurricane Ian? FPL CEO gives Florida timeline for repairs

Florida's largest utility said Saturday thousands of customers affected by Hurricane Ian are expected to have their power restored by early October.
Most Florida Power & Light customers can expect power to return by Sunday, Oct. 9 or sooner, FPL CEO Eric Silagy said during a news conference at th...

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Appalachian group announces plan to build homes for victims of devastating KY flood

Grants totaling $1.8 million to nonprofit organizations are enabling the construction of 16 affordable homes for people whose homes were destroyed or badly damaged in recent catastrophic flooding in eastern Kentucky.
The Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky announced the funding Saturday during it...

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