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  • Ex-Watergate Prosecutor Says 'No Question' Trump And Ivanka Could Both Face Prison

    Nick Akerman says there's only one thing protecting the president from indictment at the moment.

  • Peter Jackson, journalist and son of U.S. Sen. 'Scoop' Jackson, dies but his tweets live on

    As with late presidential candidate Herman Caine, death hasn't silenced Jackson's Twitter account

    LA Times
  • Helen Reddy, ‘I Am Woman’ Singer, Dies at 78

    Singer Helen Reddy, who became an emblem of feminism with the 1972 smash "I Am Woman," died Tuesday in Los Angeles. She was 78. In a statement, her daughters, Traci and Jordan, said: "It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved mother, Helen Reddy, on the afternoon of September 29th 2020 […]

    Variety 54 min ago
  • Barrett tied to faith group ex-members say subjugates women

    President Donald Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court has close ties to a charismatic Christian religious group that holds men are divinely ordained as the "head” of the family and faith. Former members of the group, called People of Praise, say it teaches that wives must submit to the will of their husbands. Federal appeals judge Amy Coney Barrett has not commented publicly about her own or her family’s involvement, and a People of Praise spokesman declined to say whether she and her husband are current members.

    Associated Press
  • Job market will be 'catastrophic' with 41% of people laid and off likely not getting their jobs back: Author

    Michael Solomon, 10x Management Co-Founder and author of "Game Changer: How To Be 10x In The Talent Economy" joins the On the Move panel to discuss how to identify, and retain talent that will make a difference in the work world of tomorrow.

    Yahoo Finance Video
  • Mavericks owner Mark Cuban picks up Delonte West at gas station, helps him enter rehab

    Delonte West has struggled since his time in the league and was seen panhandling in the Dallas area last week.

    Yahoo Sports
  • Rush Limbaugh Baselessly Says Dwayne Johnson Was Paid by China for Biden Endorsement

    Rush Limbaugh accused Dwayne Johnson of being paid by China for his endorsement of Joe Biden for president, saying the action star was just “pleasing his masters in China.”“Dwayne Johnson’s audience, just like LeBron James and all of these current pop culture icons, it is the ChiComs who are paying them. It is the ChiComs who own them. And it is the Chinese to whom they are loyal,” Limbaugh said without evidence during his Tuesday radio show, using a derogatory term for Chinese communists or the Communist Party of China.The conservative radio host then pointed to negative comments on Johnson’s Facebook post to claim that his endorsement “backfired” with his fans.Also Read: Dwayne Johnson Endorses Joe Biden, Kamala Harris in Presidential Election (Video)“Do you think he cares? I don’t think he cares. Because believe me, folks, what’s really happening here is that he’s pleasing his masters in China,” Limbaugh said. “He could’ve been silent. He could have just gone through this campaign and not announced a preference, but he’s come out and endorsed Biden.”On Sunday, Johnson gave his first public endorsement of a presidential candidate by backing Biden and Kamala Harris. In a caption for a video featuring a conversation between Johnson, Biden and Harris, Johnson wrote, “As a political independent and centrist for many years, I’ve voted for Democrats in the past and as well as Republican. In this critical election, I believe Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are the best to lead our country, and as my first ever (public) Presidential endorsement, I proudly endorse them for the presidential office of our United States.”As of Tuesday, Johnson’s Instagram post with the endorsement has over 1.2 million likes and over 7.5 million views.View this post on Instagram It’s always important to identify the conversations that really matter – and this conversation is critical – voting. All of us getting out there to cast our vote for who we want. Our voice. Our power. And keep this in mind, no matter how strongly your opinion may differ from mine, it’s always gonna be ok. You can yell all you want, but I’m not blocking you from our conversation. I won't even yell back.😉 Because we all have work to do, now lets talk about VOTING! Hit my link up top 👆🏾 and I’ll help you register to vote. BidenHarrisJohnsonSummit OwnTheOutcome ProgressThroughHumanity VOTE2020A post shared by therock (@therock) on Sep 27, 2020 at 2:21pm PDTRead original story Rush Limbaugh Baselessly Says Dwayne Johnson Was Paid by China for Biden Endorsement At TheWrap

    The Wrap
  • After measuring radiation on the moon for the first time, scientists say a lunar base should be built underground to protect astronauts

    Astronauts didn't measure how much radiation they were exposed on the moon. New data show the doses are 200 times higher than on Earth.

    Business Insider
  • Woman becomes allergic to all food and has to be fed through her heart

    Even the smell of food can bring on a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction.

    Yahoo Style UK
  • 'They're all hustlers': Trump reportedly mocks his Christian supporters in private

    'I always assumed he was an atheist’ claims Barbara Res, former executive at the Trump Organisation

    The Independent
  • Puzzled scientists seek reasons behind Africa's low fatality rates from pandemic

    Africa's overburdened public health systems, dearth of testing facilities and overcrowded slums had experts predicting a disaster when COVID-19 hit the continent in February. The new coronavirus was already wreaking havoc in wealthy Asian and European nations, and a United Nations agency said in April that, even with social-distancing measures, the virus could kill 300,000 Africans this year. In May the World Health Organization (WHO) warned that 190,000 people on the continent could die if containment measures failed.

  • No One Knows How to Remove This 700-Pound Safe from a House. What Would You Try?

    If you can figure out how to get rid of it, whatever's inside is yours.

    Popular Mechanics
  • 30+ Satisfying Slow-Cooker Dinners You Can Make With One Hand Tied Behind Your Back (31 photos)

    The humble slow cooker is the closest appliance we have to magic. And when you lack the time, energy, or motivation for more involved methods of cooking, the slow cooker is a true blessing. We’ve rounded up our easiest slow cooker dinners of all time, because ending the day with a delicious meal shouldn’t — and doesn’t — have to drain you. These slow cooker dinner recipes require minimal prep so you can put mealtime in motion right off the bat.

  • Liberty disputes reports about Falwell severance payment

    Liberty University said it paid its recently resigned president, Jerry Falwell Jr., the two years' base salary owed under his employment contract Tuesday. The Lynchburg, Virginia-based Christian university issued a brief statement about the compensation that did not provide an exact figure but said previous “media reports regarding the size and terms" of Falwell's severance were incorrect.

    Associated Press
  • 'I monitor my staff with software that takes screenshots'

    Many have struggled to get to grips with working from home, but would surveillance technology help?

  • Joe Biden Comes Clean About His Favorite 'Performance Enhancers'

    The former vice president went full "dad joke" just before the first presidential debate with Donald Trump.

  • Body camera footage shows Trump's former campaign manager Brad Parscale being tackled by police outside his Florida home

    Candice Parscale called 911 on Sunday, saying her husband had loaded a firearm and threatened to hurt himself, according to a police report.

    Business Insider
  • Brake failure, 'egregious disregard for safety' caused NY limo crash that killed 20 people, NTSB says

    Two years after the country's worst road transportation disaster since 2005, the NTSB finalized its report on the cause of the Schoharie, New York, crash.

  • Trumpworld is imploding

    Winning the presidency in 2016 has brought Trump intense scrutiny that could end up undoing him.

    Yahoo Finance
  • Meatpackers deny workers benefits for COVID-19 deaths, illnesses

    JBS, the world's largest meatpacker, denied the family's application for workers' compensation benefits, along with those filed by the families of two other Greeley workers who died of COVID-19, said lawyers handling the three claims. Families of the three other Greeley workers who died also sought compensation, a union representative said, but Reuters could not determine the status of their claims. JBS has said the employees' COVID-19 infections were not work-related in denying the claims, according to responses the company gave to employees, which were reviewed by Reuters.