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Biden: Trump's Handling of Pandemic 'Close to…

A first in presidential politics: Joe Biden appeared at a drive-in town hall event Thursday night, taking questions from voters near his hometown of Scranton, Pa. Voters at the event, held in a minor league baseball stadium parking lot, could ask questions from their cars or at a standing microphone,...

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Watch what happens inside your brain during sleep

Research from Boston University suggests that tonight while you sleep, something amazing will happen within your brain. Your neurons will go quiet. A few seconds later, blood will flow out of your head. Then, a watery liquid called cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) will flow in, washing through your brain in rhythmic, pulsing waves.

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WHO Warns of 'Alarming Rates' of Coronavirus…

WHO Warns of 'Alarming Rates' of Coronavirus Transmission , in Europe. Hans Kluge, the regional director of the World Health Organization (WHO), made the statement during a press conference on Thursday. . He referred to the surge of coronavirus cases in Europe as a "very serious situation.". Weekly cases have now exceeded those reported when the pandemic first peaked in Europe in March. Last week, the region's weekly tally exceeded 300,000 patients, Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director, via CNN. In June, cases hit an all-time low. The September case numbers, however, should serve as a wake-up call for all of us, Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director, via CNN. Governments across Europe are again considering lockdowns. According to Kluge, the greatest numbers of new cases are occurring in individuals within the age range of 25 to 49. Kluge called for "an amplified collective effort by all European member states for the sake of all European member states.". The response to the crisis has been very effective whenever the actions were prompt and resolute .., Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director, via CNN. ... but the virus has shown (itself to be) merciless whenever partisanship and disinformation prevailed, Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director, via CNN

The Car Was Going 93mph. The Driver Was Taking a…

Police in Canada say a man has been charged over a July incident in which he was allegedly snoozing away as his apparently self-driving car traveled more than 93mph. Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers were alerted around 4pm on July 9 to a Tesla Model S speeding down the highway...

How To Relieve Stress Naturally?

Stress is a part of daily life. It's easily managble, if y Business Insider To relieve stress, you can try strategies like exercising, practicing relaxation techniques, getting more sleep, eating healthier, connecting with loved ones, and finding ways to laugh. Research has found that all of these methods can help reduce stress, though it's important to find which work best for you. Exercise Practice relaxation techniques get more sleep eat a healthy diet laugh connect with loved ones

Assessing the damage after the storm

Bill Wadell was in Escambia County, Florida, on Sept. 17 reporting on the widespread damage caused by Hurricane Sally along the coast.

Harry Chapin: When In Doubt, Do Something

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School Assignment Refers to Kyle Rittenhouse as…

Kyle Rittenhouse, a "hero for the modern age"? The 17-year-old is, of course, charged with killing two people during the Kenosha, Wisconsin, protests over the shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man. The teen was listed, alongside Gandhi, Cesar Chavez, and Malcolm X, as a possible such "hero" students at...

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Lev Parnas Faces Ironic New Charges

Lev Parnas is back in the media eye and facing new federal charges—this time, for allegedly defrauding investors with a company he started called Fraud Guarantee, NBC News reports. "We couldn't say it better ourselves—the behavior alleged today is indeed fraudulent—guaranteed," said FBI Assistant Director Bill Sweeney....

Up to 1,000 fans to be allowed in for Italian…

The Italian government says 1,000 spectators will be allowed in to watch the semifinals and finals of the Italian Open tennis tournament

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Ashley Tisdale Announces Pregnancy

Ashley Tisdale Announces Pregnancy. The actress and her husband, Christopher French, are expecting their first baby together. Tisdale took to Instagram and showed off her new baby bump. The news comes days after their anniversary. The couple recently celebrated six years of marriage together. Wow I can’t believe we’ve been married 6 years?!! Time flies. , Ashley Tisdale, via Instagram. ... I let go and trusted my heart and 8 months later we were a couple of crazy kids engaged, Ashley Tisdale, via Instagram. She credited her husband with making her “a better version” of herself. Your heart is pure, you would do anything to make me happy, through the ups and downs you are my solid rock. , Ashley Tisdale, via Instagram. I’m so grateful I get to be your wife. I love you and after all this time I’m still into you, Ashley Tisdale, via Instagram. Fellow ‘High School Musical’ co-star, Vanessa Hudgens, shared her excitement about her friend’s growing family. Just the freaking cutest, Vanessa Hudgens, via Instagram

NFL Player's New Son Makes Surprise Arrival

An NFL player says he made the catch of a lifetime before the 2020 season even started, ESPN reports. Kevin Byard, star safety for the Tennessee Titans, says his wife suddenly gave birth on Aug. 23 in their Tennessee home—and he was the only one there to help. Byard...

Your Chance Of Contracting COVID-19 Rises 54…

Got milk? According to new research published in the journal PLOS-ONE, it's vital to keep one's Vitamin D levels up. That's because having a vitamin D deficiency increases your risk for getting infected with COVID-19 by more than 50%. Among over 190,000 people who had been screened for COVID-19, nearly 13% of those with insufficient levels of vitamin D tested positive for the coronavirus. Conversely, UPI reports just over 8% of those with 'adequate' vitamin D levels, and 6% of those with high levels had COVID-19. Overall, the researchers found people with 'deficient"'levels of vitamin D were at 54% higher risk of having the dangerous, highly contagious virus.

AccuWeather increases hurricane season forecast

As hurricane season continues to be an active one in the Atlantic Basin, AccuWeather has updated its hurricane season forecast.

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Evil Eye

Trailer for 'Evil Eye' starring Sunita Mani, Anjali Bhimani, Sarita Choudhury, Lena Clark, Asad Durrani

Tech Firms Again Put a Damper on Wall Street

The stock market had a rough day on Thursday, with big tech stocks leading the fall. For the day, the Dow fell 130 points to 27,901, the S&P 500 fell 28 points to 3,357, and the Nasdaq fell 140 points to 10,910. Facebook and Amazon were among...