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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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  • 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 Truss over using their song Kwarteng summons bank bosses for meeting - live updates Comment: PM might just have rescued her premiership Comment: Truss is accumulating too many enemies Join Telegraph Politics WhatsApp group for latest news

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  • Lifestyle
    Yahoo Life Shopping

    Give your room a TikTok-inspired makeover for less than $12

    You can give your rooms a fun and unique feel and mood with these affordable LED color-changing lights from Amazon.

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  • Business
    Barrons.com

    ADP: U.S. Private Sector Adds 208,000 Jobs in September. That’s Above Forecasts.

    'Employer demand remains robust and the supply of workers is improving —for now,' says Nela Richardson, chief economist at ADP.

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  • World
    Reuters

    Border fear, and then relief, for men fleeing Russia

    For the men leaving Russia after vast journeys across the world's biggest country, there is now often a final ordeal: visceral fear at the border followed by a rush of relief for those who reach the other side. Hundreds of thousands of men have left Russia since President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24. After Putin announced a partial mobilisation of reservists last month, Russia's first since World War Two, the trickle of emigres turned into a flood - and mundane border anxiety tur

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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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  • Entertainment
    Entertainment Weekly

    Meet the cast of <em>Love Is Blind</em> season 3

    Get an exclusive fist look at the new singles vying for each other's hearts without seeing each other's faces.

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  • Lifestyle
    Motorious

    Mustang Fastback Boasts a 428 And A 4-Speed, Bid Today

    Now for sale on Bring a Trailer…

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  • Business
    Motley Fool

    Is Now the Time to Buy Uniswap?

    Uniswap (CRYPTO: UNI), the No. 17 cryptocurrency in the world by market capitalization, is up more than 6% over the past week. Much of that boost appears to be coming from reports that Uniswap Labs, the creator of the Uniswap protocol, is getting closer to landing a monster $100 million funding round that would value the company at $1 billion. With this additional funding from Polychain Capital and a Singapore-based sovereign wealth fund, Uniswap Labs would be in a good position to build out t

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  • Celebrity
    Kansas City Star

    Turn his frown upside down: Cuddly kitty awaits home, as does this loving dog

    Angel Rose came to Unleashed to show us her true tune

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  • Business
    MarketWatch

    Private sector job growth steady in September, ADP says

    U.S. private sector employers added 208,000 in September, up from a revised 185,000 in the prior month, according to the ADP job report released Wednesday.

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  • U.S.
    USA TODAY

    Hurricane death toll climbs to 78; almost 520,000 Florida power customers still in the dark: Oct. 3 recap

    Water and electricity might not be restored to all the homes, businesses, schools and hospitals in Southwest Florida until Sunday. Updates.

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  • Style
    Hypebae

    Our Favorite Pieces from Palace's Winter 2022 Lookbook

    Cult London-based streetwear brand Palace just released its Winter lookbook and one thing is for...

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  • U.S.
    USA TODAY

    Ian soaks the Carolinas; death toll likely to grow as crews sift through destruction in Florida: Oct. 1 recap

    Ian made its second U.S. landfall Friday in South Carolina. It's the first landfalling hurricane in the state since Matthew in 2016.

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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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  • 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.
    Lewiston Tribune, Idaho

    Tackling poverty one 'baby bond' at a time

    Oct. 5—Washington State Treasurer Mike Pellicciotti is touring eastern Washington this week, touting a long-term poverty reduction plan that could benefit rural communities. Pellicciotti, a former assistant attorney general and Democratic state representative, was elected to the Treasurer's Office in 2020. He was in southeastern Washington on Monday, talking about the Washington Future Fund ...

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  • U.S.
    Lewiston Tribune, Idaho

    A reward for students

    Oct. 5—The students at Tammany High School had a "teacher reveal" assembly as a reward for their recent attendance blitz Tuesday. Kevin Olberding, a social studies and math teacher at the school, volunteered to have his hair dyed if students met their goal of an average daily attendance of 80%. From Sept. 12-23 students met the goal by reaching an attendance average of 81.6%. Tammany High ...

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  • U.S.
    Lewiston Tribune, Idaho

    Clarkston-based expert appearing on 'Dr. Phil'

    Oct. 5—A target of workplace bullying featured on an upcoming segment of the "Dr. Phil" TV show once contemplated suicide. The individual is one of four people who receive guidance on the show from Dr. Phil and Gary Namie, a Clarkston resident and founder of what is now the Workplace Bullying Institute. The segment is scheduled to run at 3 p.m. Thursday on networks in the United States and ...

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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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  • U.S.
    Lewiston Tribune, Idaho

    Jason Kuzik joins Lewiston police family

    Oct. 5—Lewiston Police Chief Jason Kuzik received his title after a badge-pinning ceremony and taking the oath of office. The short ceremony was conducted Tuesday evening at Brackenbury Square in Lewiston with about 50 people in attendance, including many police officers and city government officials. Kuzik's wife of more than 25 years, Sandy, pinned the badge to his uniform and gave her ...

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  • Politics
    Lewiston Tribune, Idaho

    Contrary to beliefs, Congress gets a lot done

    Oct. 5—Congress has a well-deserved reputation for partisan bickering, but that hasn't kept it from passing meaningful legislation in a bipartisan fashion. How majority parties actually get things done — and what to expect after the 2022 midterm election — was the subject of a lunchtime talk Tuesday at Washington State University's Foley Institute. James Curry, a political science professor at ...

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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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  • Sports
    Roll Tide Wire

    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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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