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  • Business
    Yahoo Finance Video

    Yahoo Finance LIVE - Oct 13 PM

    Executives, experts, and influencers join the Yahoo Finance team to discuss what's moving the world of finance.

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  • Technology
    Engadget

    Facebook is letting users choose which posts they want to see more of

    With profits shrinking of late, Facebook has been shutting down unpopular apps and focusing on its core services.

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  • Sports
    Bears Wire

    Announcers set for Bears vs. Vikings Week 5 game

    The Bears will face the Vikings in Week 5. See who will be calling the game on FOX:

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  • World
    The Telegraph

    Liz Truss news latest: PM vows to defeat 'enemies of enterprise' holding Britain back

    Greenpeace protesters ambush Liz Truss's speech M People attack Liz Truss over using their song Where they stand: The new Tory Party factions Exclusive: Suella Braverman’s swipe at tax cut rebels Comment: PM might just have rescued her premiership Join Telegraph Politics WhatsApp group for latest news

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  • Business
    Reuters

    U.S. private payrolls increase in September -ADP

    U.S. private employers stepped up hiring in September, suggesting demand for workers remains strong despite rising interest rates and tighter financial conditions. Private employment rose by 208,000 jobs last month, the ADP National Employment report showed on Wednesday. The ADP report resumed publishing in September, with the August data, after a two month hiatus as the company sought to improve the methodology for the data following a poor record predicting the private payrolls count in the

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  • Celebrity
    Cosmo

    The Met Gala 2023 is already facing backlash, here's why...

    The theme of next year's Met Gala – 'Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty' – has caused controversy online, here's why...

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  • Sports
    Titans Wire

    Titans’ Teair Tart talks Week 4 INT, ‘break-dancing’ on his head

    Titans DL Teair Tart caught some jokes from his teammates for "break-dancing on my head" after the INT.

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  • U.S.
    WLS – Chicago

    Purdue University student killed; Roommate in custody

    A Purdue University student was killed in a residence hall early Wednesday morning, the university said.

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  • World
    Reuters

    German police see state actor role in Nord Stream blasts as probable - Spiegel

    Germany's BKA federal police assumes explosions in the Nord Stream pipelines last week were "a targeted act of sabotage" and said it is probable that state actors were involved, the Spiegel weekly reported, citing a letter to industry representatives. The BKA said in the letter that it did not yet have any findings about who was behind the sabotage but "against the background of the high complexity of the execution of the act and corresponding preparation, the action of state actors seems proba

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  • News
    USA TODAY Sports

    Alabama-Arkansas was the most watched Week 5 CFB game

    Alabama-Arkansas was the most viewed Week 5 game!

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  • Sports
    Raiders Wire

    Raiders among least penalized teams through first month of the season

    Raiders are among the least penalized teams through the first month of the season

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  • Sports
    Devils Illustrated

    Duke’s bat-downs are no flukes

    Duke’s defensive players joke with tackle Ja’Mion Franklin about a particular physical feature, and the 6-2, 311-pound defensive tackle has a simple response. “Guys are always getting on me for having the shortest arms,” Franklin said after Saturday’s win over Virginia, “but I tell them I’m leading them in batted balls.” Indeed, Franklin batted down two of Brennan Armstrong’s passes last weekend, bringing his total to four this season.

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  • U.S.
    The Cullman Times, Ala.

    Federal grants come through for trio of volunteer fire departments

    Oct. 5—Beyond the two paid municipal departments in the cities of Hanceville and Cullman, first-response fire coverage for most of Cullman County comes from one of the 26 volunteer fire departments that operate with no subsidized backing from any connected local government entity. Fire dues from residents within each department's coverage area instead help fund each department's operations ...

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  • U.S.
    The Cullman Times, Ala.

    Holly Pond plans for the holidays

    Oct. 5—HOLLY POND — The Holly Pond Town Council used its Monday, Oct. 3, meeting to look ahead and plan for the approaching holiday season with several events for the townspeople to prepare for. Taking place Halloween night from 5-7 p.m. will be the town-sanctioned Trunk or Treat in Governor's Park. The council plans to have to have a tent set up and encourages visitors to slowly drive through ...

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  • Entertainment
    The Telegraph

    The Sound of 007: a dazzling Shirley Bassey kicks off a seductive night of music and martinis

    The big guns were wheeled out at the Royal Albert Hall for a concert celebrating the music of James Bond. And let’s face it, when it comes to vocal lung power, guns don’t get much bigger than Shirley Bassey’s. Rocking an off-the-shoulder gold sequin gown and glittering necklace so packed with jewels it could have doubled as a chandelier, the Dame still looked the part of ultimate Bond chanteuse at 85.

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  • News
    WKBW - Buffalo Scripps

    Eberl Iron Works gears up for their 100th Anniversary

    The only thing that has remained the same since Eberl Iron Works Inc. opened in 1923 is the address.

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  • World
    Associated Press

    Dutch nitrogen mediator advises buying out biggest polluters

    An independent expert appointed to mediate in the bitter dispute between the Dutch government and the nation's farmers over plans to drastically slash emissions of nitrogen and ammonia presented a report Wednesday that included a suggestion that the government buy out hundreds of the heaviest polluters. The report could reignite protests by farmers who say their way of life is under threat and cause tensions in Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s four-party ruling coalition over how best to move forwar

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  • U.S.
    USA TODAY

    Migrants are helping to rebuild Florida after Hurricane Ian. They might not get paid for it.

    Migrants are on the frontlines of disaster recovery but many are vulnerable to abuse. Some employers refuse to pay them.

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  • Science
    BBC

    Ireland's first satellite close to lift off

    The launch of Ireland's first satellite moved closer following Cabinet discussions this week.

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  • Business
    Barrons.com

    Amazon Halts Hiring in Retail Division. The Stock’s Two-Day Rally Also Pauses.

    The tech company is reportedly pausing hiring in the retail segment. The move comes as it contends with slowing e-commerce sales growth.

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  • Entertainment
    Cosmo

    Will The Empress get a season 2? Here's all the info

    Will Netflix's The Empress get a season 2? Here's everything you need to know, including potential release date, cast, plot and more.

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  • Sports
    The Daily Citizen, Dalton, Ga.

    DSC keeper Barrueta earns national, conference honors; Daniel named SSAC women's golfer of the week

    Oct. 5—Michael Barrueta, the goalkeeper for the Dalton State College men's soccer team, earned recognition from both a conference and national level for his play in the Roadrunners' tough weekend games. Barrueta was named the defensive player of the week both nationally in the NAIA and by the Southern States Athletic Conference. The SSAC award was announced Monday, and Barrueta received the ...

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  • U.S.
    WEWS-Cleveland Videos

    4 East Cleveland officers indicted for assaulting victims after traffic stops

    Two East Cleveland Police officers who were charged last month for an on-duty incident were indicted on additional charges Tuesday, and two other officers were indicted for a separate incident.

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  • Sports
    Badgers Wire

    Wisconsin football offers 2025 tight end Ryan Ghea

    Wisconsin extended its second scholarship offer to a tight end in the 2025 recruiting class:

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  • Sports
    Mail Tribune, Medford, Ore.

    PREP SOCCER: Murray, Cascade Christian top Lost River

    Oct. 5—Autumn Murray tallied two goals for the Cascade Christian girls soccer team, which relied on its backline to shut down Lost River for a 3-0 District 4 victory Monday at Lithia & Driveway Fields. The senior Murray provided the Challengers (3-5-1, 3-4-1 Dist. 4) with all the support the team would need after she collected the ball at the top of the box and found the back of the net in the ...

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  • Sports
    Mail Tribune, Medford, Ore.

    PREP SOCCER: North nets clutch win over GP

    Oct. 5—North Medford picked up a pivotal boys soccer victory as it looks to make a late-season push toward a state playoff spot on Tuesday, scoring a 1-0 victory over Grants Pass at Hoffbuhr Field. Black Tornado junior midfielder Koby Ibarra floated a free kick over the wall from about 23 yards out and into the side netting in the 12th minute and North Medford (5-4-1, 4-3-1 SWC) was able to ...

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  • Sports
    The Cullman Times, Ala.

    COUNTY VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT: Good Hope downs Holly Pond to claim 2nd straight crown

    Oct. 5—GOOD HOPE — The championship hardware is staying with the Lady Raiders another year. Good Hope defeated Holly Pond (25-14, 25-18) in the title match of the Cullman County Volleyball Tournament on Tuesday night, securing the program's second consecutive crown and improving to 32-10 this season. "Everyone we played in this tournament was good competition," Good Hope coach Natasha Holder ...

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  • Sports
    Mail Tribune, Medford, Ore.

    PREP VB: Bischoff boosts RVA over Bonanza

    Oct. 5—BONANZA — Senior Emma Bischoff provided 18 kills, five aces, three blocks and navigated the Rogue Valley Adventist volleyball team back from a big first-set deficit as RVA finished with a 25-23, 25-8, 25-16 victory over Bonanza on Tuesday to remain unbeaten in Mountain Valley League play. Bonanza (10-7, 4-2 MVL) stormed out to a 7-0 lead in the first set before the fourth-ranked Red ...

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  • Sports
    Mail Tribune, Medford, Ore.

    South keeps rolling with sweep of North

    Oct. 5—As much as the South Medford volleyball team may know what could be awaiting them in a matter of days, they are also well aware of the fact they need to take care of the present first and foremost. No better example of that was the final meeting of the season between South and crosstown rival North Medford. Just as it did nearly a month ago over on the north side of town, 10th-ranked ...

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  • Sports
    The Daily Citizen, Dalton, Ga.

    High school roundup: Northwest blitzes past Southeast

    Oct. 5—Softball Calhoun 3, Dalton 2 Calhoun (20-7) scored a game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to sink Dalton (5-13) 3-2 in Calhoun on Tuesday. An Aryian Berner bunt sent home Maggy Abernathy to down Dalton in walk-off fashion. After Calhoun scored two runs in the second, the Yellow Jackets were held off the board until that walk-off winner by Dalton pitcher Kaylee Tatum, who ...

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  • Business
    Reuters

    Siemens Gamesa to replace head of struggling onshore wind unit - memo

    Struggling wind turbine maker Siemens Gamesa will replace the head of its onshore unit due to recent financial losses that have piled pressure on the business, an internal memo seen by Reuters showed. Chief Executive Jochen Eickholt said in an emailed internal memo seen by Reuters that Lars Bondo Krogsgaard, chief executive of the Spanish-listed company's onshore unit, "will not be with Siemens Gamesa any longer". "This decision is driven by a need for change due to the losses in the onshore b

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  • Business
    Reuters Videos

    Indian factory upcycles cigarette ends

    STORY: These Indian women are turning cigarette buttsWIPEinto stuffing for plush soft toys The workers carefully separate the paper, tobacco, and filters from the stubs The materials are then reprocessed into a range of products, such as toys and pillowsThe project is the brainchild of businessman Naman Gupta(Naman Gupta, Founder of Code Effort)"We started from 10 grams and right now, we are doing 1,000 kg per day. So, we have come a long way and annually we are able to recycle millions of cigar

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  • Sports
    Gold and Black

    University Book Store Headlines: 10.5.2022

    To learn more about University Book Store click here Men's basketball assistant coach Brandon Brantley turns 49 today. PURDUE FOOTBALL Trice is back and (nearly) better than ever - GoldandBlack.

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  • Business
    Yahoo Finance UK

    'Recessions are coming' amid sharp rate hikes, BlackRock warns

    Markets are set to remain choppy, according to BlackRock.

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  • U.S.
    NY Daily News

    VIDEO: Gunman robs Brooklyn bodega in broad daylight

    A gunman held up a Brooklyn store worker at gunpoint in broad daylight, after first pretending to make a purchase, video released by police shows. The robbery happened 1 p.m. on Sept. 23 at the Royal Cloudz Convenience store on Church Ave. near E. 28th St. in East Flatbush, police said. The 27-year-old worker handed over $1,380 cash and the suspect ran off and is being sought. The gunman, who ...

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  • U.S.
    KTRK – Houston

    Illegal activity at clothing store caused deadly triple shooting: HPD

    At least five other people were inside of the business, detectives say, but no one stuck around. Now, authorities are looking through surveillance video.

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  • U.S.
    Kansas City Star

    Utility recommends these Kansas City neighborhoods boil water before drinking, cooking

    KC Water implemented a boil water advisory for parts of the Kansas City area.

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  • U.S.
    Air Force Times

    A retired soldier fights for Kuwait comrades’ POW recognition

    Few Americans know that when Iraq invaded Kuwait in August 1990, 16 soldiers, sailors and Marines — and family members — were held hostage.

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  • Business
    Motley Fool

    3 Stocks that Moved the Market in September

    Interest rate hikes and global macroeconomic conditions put downward pressure on the market, and a handful of companies compounded those challenges with disappointing earnings reports. It continued to flounder along with the rest of the market as growth stocks -- represented by the Vanguard Growth ETF below -- took a beating throughout September. Revenue grew more than 50% year over year, and its gross margin expanded to 71%.

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