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MLB's video replay process overturned 42.4% of reviewed calls in 2020

Video reviews overturned 42.4% of calls checked during Major League Baseball’s shortened regular season, down slightly from 44% in 2019.

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Philadelphia council approves ban of tear gas & rubber bullets as battered police struggle to quell ‘peaceful protests’

Amid unrest that has left dozens of officers wounded this week, Philadelphia police may lose much of their crowd-control weaponry, as the City Council voted to ban use of tear gas and rubber bullets against “peaceful protesters.” Read Full Article at RT.c
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Philadelphia council approves ban of tear gas & rubber bullets as battered police struggle to quell ‘peaceful protests’

Amid unrest that has left dozens of officers wounded this week, Philadelphia police may lose much of their crowd-control weaponry, as the City Council voted to ban use of tear gas and rubber bullets against “peaceful protesters.” Read Full Article at RT.com

Coney Barrett confirmation stirs ‘sleeping giant’ pro-choice religious community

In the weeks leading up to Monday’s Supreme Court confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett, there was a slate of reporting about abortion and religious communities. Much of the reporting was ahistorical, inaccurate, and failed to convey that Coney Barrett was not
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Coney Barrett confirmation stirs ‘sleeping giant’ pro-choice religious community

In the weeks leading up to Monday’s Supreme Court confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett, there was a slate of reporting about abortion and religious communities. Much of the reporting was ahistorical, inaccurate, and failed to convey that Coney Barrett was not confirmed despite her inexperience and extreme views, but because of her inexperience and extreme views. Coney Barrett has one job: to push the court further right—and this includes ending the ability to legally access abortion care in the United States.   Reporting has largely positioned people of faith as a fundamental barrier to abortion access in the United States, either because they vehemently oppose it or fear repercussions for supporting it. In one striking example of this narrative, an Associated Press article published by The Washington Post featured insights from nine religious thought leaders and members of clergy, eight of whom were men. The men vacillated between hellfire condemnation of abortion and tempered support for “a woman’s right to make decisions over her own body.”

Montana Democrat tricks Chris Christie into doing Cameo message trolling Republican Greg Gianforte

Cameo is an online service that allows you to get celebrities and other public people to record messages to send to friends and family. It’s used to send well wishes and birthday wishes, silly messages, and the like. Celebrities usually address their phone
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Montana Democrat tricks Chris Christie into doing Cameo message trolling Republican Greg Gianforte

Cameo is an online service that allows you to get celebrities and other public people to record messages to send to friends and family. It’s used to send well wishes and birthday wishes, silly messages, and the like. Celebrities usually address their phone camera, for a price, and use the person’s first name. Democratic candidate for governor of Montana Mike Cooney decided to take advantage of this service—in the service of his own campaign. In fact, either Cooney or someone on his campaign noticed that former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie recently joined the Cameo roster of “celebrities.” This revelation has led to one truly terrific trolling move by the Cooney campaign.

Thursday Night Owls: Kavanaugh and Barrett show they're political operatives not impartial justices

Night Owls, a themed open thread, appears at Daily Kos seven days a week Matt Ford at The New Republic writes—Brett Kavanaugh Will Have His Revenge on America. He and Amy Barrett have demonstrated this week that they should be thought of as politica
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Thursday Night Owls: Kavanaugh and Barrett show they're political operatives not impartial justices

Night Owls, a themed open thread, appears at Daily Kos seven days a week Matt Ford at The New Republic writes—Brett Kavanaugh Will Have His Revenge on America. He and Amy Barrett have demonstrated this week that they should be thought of as political operatives, not justices:  Two years ago, Justice Brett Kavanaugh appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee to defend himself against allegations of sexual misconduct. He lashed out at Democrats, left-wing activists, and those who sought “revenge on behalf of the Clintons,” whom he had investigated in the 1990s. Then he gave a stark warning. “This grotesque and coordinated character assassination will dissuade competent and good people of all political persuasions from serving our country,” Kavanaugh angrily told senators. “And as we all know, in the United States political system of the early 2000s, what goes around comes around.” “What comes around goes around” echoed in my ears last night as I read the Supreme Court’s order in Democratic National Committee v. Wisconsin State Legislature, a dispute over the state’s absentee ballot deadline. A federal judge in Wisconsin, citing the coronavirus pandemic, ordered the state to count ballots that arrive by mail by November 9 so long as they are postmarked by Election Day on November 3. The Supreme Court blocked that ruling in a 5–3 vote on Tuesday night in an order on its “shadow docket,” where it decides emergency filings without full briefings or oral arguments. The ruling is a victory for Republican efforts to deny voters greater flexibility while they vote during a pandemic.

Coalition sues Customs and Border Protection for records on agency's role in suppressing protests

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) failed to disclose information as required by law regarding its deployment to national protests following the police killing of George Floyd earlier this year, so a coalition of leading civil and immigrants’ rig
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Coalition sues Customs and Border Protection for records on agency's role in suppressing protests

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) failed to disclose information as required by law regarding its deployment to national protests following the police killing of George Floyd earlier this year, so a coalition of leading civil and immigrants’ rights organizations have now sued the out-of-control federal immigration agency in order to force it to release the records. “We should all ask ourselves why a federal agency whose purported role involves border enforcement is deployed to police peaceful protests in U.S. cities nationwide,” American Civil Liberties Union Foundation (ACLU) of San Diego & Imperial Counties attorney Mitra Ebadolahi said in a statement received by Daily Kos. “There is an urgent need to ensure that the American public understands CBP’s mission ... and role in repressing Americans’ constitutional rights.” If Trump attempts to stop the vote counting, we need to take to the streets. The Protect the Results coalition has been preparing for this by organizing hundreds of post-election events across the country. Click here to find, and RSVP for, the Count Every Vote rally near you.

This Week in Statehouse Action: The End Is The Beginning Is The End edition

[[mumbles]] days to go! Yes, the election is just a few days away, but even if we know who’s going to occupy the White House for the next four years on Nov. 3, we’re not going to have a clear picture of how the state legislative landscape is going to sha
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This Week in Statehouse Action: The End Is The Beginning Is The End edition

[[mumbles]] days to go! Yes, the election is just a few days away, but even if we know who’s going to occupy the White House for the next four years on Nov. 3, we’re not going to have a clear picture of how the state legislative landscape is going to shake out. For various reasons (which I discussed last week and won’t bore you with again), it’s going to take a few days to figure out which party is going to start next year’s legislative sessions with majority control in key legislative chambers. But SO MUCH is riding on next Tuesday that, I confess, I’m freaking out a little. Here’s why maybe you should be, too.

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Mahindra Electric Mobility gets offers for stake buy in company

A few suitors are believed to have gone through the due diligence process. MM holds nearly 100% stake in Mahindra Electric, one of India’s largest electric vehicle makers. MM hopes that investors will help it achieve the goal of securing $100 million fo
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Mahindra Electric Mobility gets offers for stake buy in company

A few suitors are believed to have gone through the due diligence process. MM holds nearly 100% stake in Mahindra Electric, one of India’s largest electric vehicle makers. MM hopes that investors will help it achieve the goal of securing $100 million for product development.

Tyler Perry's The Oval star, Kron Moore explains Camp Quarantine - CNET

In an interview on CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast, the actor talks about playing the volatile, elegant and manipulative first lady of the United States on the BET series, as well as working on the DC Universe show Stargirl.
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Tyler Perry's The Oval star, Kron Moore explains Camp Quarantine - CNET

In an interview on CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast, the actor talks about playing the volatile, elegant and manipulative first lady of the United States on the BET series, as well as working on the DC Universe show Stargirl.

Lose your Galaxy phone? Samsung's SmartThings app can now help you find it even when it's off - CNET

If your Galaxy phone is close enough, the new software will get your Galaxy phone to ring.
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Lose your Galaxy phone? Samsung's SmartThings app can now help you find it even when it's off - CNET

If your Galaxy phone is close enough, the new software will get your Galaxy phone to ring.

Shapoorji Pallonji Group seeks shares in all Tata companies as settlement

Shapoorji Pallonji Group has as such demanded non-cash settlement in form of shares in all listed Tata entities where Tata Sons owns stake
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Shapoorji Pallonji Group seeks shares in all Tata companies as settlement

Shapoorji Pallonji Group has as such demanded non-cash settlement in form of shares in all listed Tata entities where Tata Sons owns stake

Market Ahead, October 30: Top factors that could guide markets today

Besides global cues, all eyes will be on the quarterly results of Reliance Industries, which along with 79 other companies, is scheduled to announce its numbers today
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Market Ahead, October 30: Top factors that could guide markets today

Besides global cues, all eyes will be on the quarterly results of Reliance Industries, which along with 79 other companies, is scheduled to announce its numbers today

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Amazon pegs COVID-19 costs at an estimated $4 billion next quarter

Amazon expects to incur $4 billion in COVID-related costs next quarter, an estimate that provides a bellwether for other businesses, large and small, trying to stay operational and control expenses amid the pandemic. The upshot: Amazon is planning for COVID t
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Amazon pegs COVID-19 costs at an estimated $4 billion next quarter

Amazon expects to incur $4 billion in COVID-related costs next quarter, an estimate that provides a bellwether for other businesses, large and small, trying to stay operational and control expenses amid the pandemic. The upshot: Amazon is planning for COVID to remain an unwelcome companion through the end of the year with costs higher than […]

WhatsApp is now delivering roughly 100 billion messages a day

WhatsApp, the popular instant messaging app owned by Facebook, is now delivering roughly 100 billion messages a day, the company’s chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said at the quarterly earnings call Thursday. For some perspective, users exchanged 100 billio
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WhatsApp is now delivering roughly 100 billion messages a day

WhatsApp, the popular instant messaging app owned by Facebook, is now delivering roughly 100 billion messages a day, the company’s chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said at the quarterly earnings call Thursday. For some perspective, users exchanged 100 billion messages on WhatsApp last New Year’s Eve. That is the day when WhatsApp tops its engagement figures, […]

Tesla has increased the price of its ‘Full Self-Driving’ option to $10,000

Tesla has made good on founder and CEO Elon Musk’s promise to boost the price of its “Full Self-Driving” (FSD) software upgrade option, increasing it to $10,000 following the start of the staged rollout of a beta version of the software upda
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Tesla has increased the price of its ‘Full Self-Driving’ option to $10,000

Tesla has made good on founder and CEO Elon Musk’s promise to boost the price of its “Full Self-Driving” (FSD) software upgrade option, increasing it to $10,000 following the start of the staged rollout of a beta version of the software update last week. This boosts the price of the package $2,000 from its price […]

PORTL Hologram raises $3M to put a hologram machine in every home

What does a hologram-obsessed entrepreneur do for a second act after setting up a virtual Ronald Reagan in the Reagan Memorial Library, or beaming Jimmy Kimmel all the way from Hollywood to the Country Music Awards in Nashville? If that entrepreneur is David
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PORTL Hologram raises $3M to put a hologram machine in every home

What does a hologram-obsessed entrepreneur do for a second act after setting up a virtual Ronald Reagan in the Reagan Memorial Library, or beaming Jimmy Kimmel all the way from Hollywood to the Country Music Awards in Nashville? If that entrepreneur is David Nussbaum, the founder of PORTL Hologram, the next logical step is to […]

Stronger treatments could cure Chagas disease

Researchers have found that a more intensive, less frequent drug regimen with currently available therapeutics could cure the infection that causes Chagas disease.
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Stronger treatments could cure Chagas disease

Researchers have found that a more intensive, less frequent drug regimen with currently available therapeutics could cure the infection that causes Chagas disease.

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Fire Sprinklers Erupt from Ingeniously Camouflaged Huts to Protect a Historic Japanese Village

Situated in a mountainous region of the Gifu Prefecture is a small village of Gassho-style homes, uniquely Japanese structures with thatched roofs that are built to withstand heavy snowfall. Dating back to the 11th century, the historic community of Shirakawa
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Fire Sprinklers Erupt from Ingeniously Camouflaged Huts to Protect a Historic Japanese Village

Situated in a mountainous region of the Gifu Prefecture is a small village of Gassho-style homes, uniquely Japanese structures with thatched roofs that are built to withstand heavy snowfall. Dating back to the 11th century, the historic community of Shirakawa-go was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. While the designation draws tourists each year who are keen on studying the architecture and local history as they pass through the village, an unusual attraction draws inordinate crowds to the region. More

JetBlue is the latest airline to retreat from blocking seats

The days of airlines blocking seats to make passengers feel safer about flying during the pandemic are coming closer to an end. JetBlue is the latest to indicate it is rethinking the issue. A spokesman for the carrier said Thursday that JetBlue will reduce th
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JetBlue is the latest airline to retreat from blocking seats

The days of airlines blocking seats to make passengers feel safer about flying during the pandemic are coming closer to an end. JetBlue is the latest to indicate it is rethinking the issue. A spokesman for the carrier said Thursday that JetBlue will reduce the number of seats it blocks ...

Many Cubans hope US election will lead to renewed ties

HAVANA, Cuba (AP) - Not so long ago the tables at Woow!!! restaurant in Havana were filled with tourists ordering mojitos and plates of grilled octopus. But as President Donald Trump rolled back Obama-era measures opening Cuba relations, the restaurant grew i
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Many Cubans hope US election will lead to renewed ties

HAVANA, Cuba (AP) - Not so long ago the tables at Woow!!! restaurant in Havana were filled with tourists ordering mojitos and plates of grilled octopus. But as President Donald Trump rolled back Obama-era measures opening Cuba relations, the restaurant grew increasingly empty. Now entrepreneurs like Orlando Alain Rodríguez are ...

Watch the Birdie: A Restored Brass Gadget Dating Back 140 Years Reveals a Historic Photography Trick

 Prior to asking subjects to grin and “say cheese,” photographers would entreat those awaiting a portrait to “watch the birdie.” Now generally out of use, the phrase dates back to 1879 and references a technique to capture both kids
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Watch the Birdie: A Restored Brass Gadget Dating Back 140 Years Reveals a Historic Photography Trick

 Prior to asking subjects to grin and “say cheese,” photographers would entreat those awaiting a portrait to “watch the birdie.” Now generally out of use, the phrase dates back to 1879 and references a technique to capture both kids’ and adults’ attention at just the right moment: Photographers would attach a little brass bird to the top of their lens—the 1950s film Watch the Birdie erroneously positions a songbird on the main character’s hat rather than his camera—and squeeze a pneumatic bulb, making the creature chirp and flap its wings as they snapped an image. More

US allows Jerusalem-born citizens to put Israel on passports

JERUSALEM (AP) - The United States will allow Americans born in disputed Jerusalem to list Israel as their place of birth on passports and other documents, according to a new policy announced Thursday. The move came a day after the United States amended scien
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US allows Jerusalem-born citizens to put Israel on passports

JERUSALEM (AP) - The United States will allow Americans born in disputed Jerusalem to list Israel as their place of birth on passports and other documents, according to a new policy announced Thursday. The move came a day after the United States amended science accords signed with Israel to apply ...

Vermont lawmakers lament virus rules near New Hampshire line

THETFORD, Vt. (AP) - Two Vermont lawmakers from districts near the New Hampshire border are asking Vermont officials for some flexibility after new virus rules restrict non-essential travel between the two states. In a Tuesday email, Vermont State Rep. Jim Ma
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Vermont lawmakers lament virus rules near New Hampshire line

THETFORD, Vt. (AP) - Two Vermont lawmakers from districts near the New Hampshire border are asking Vermont officials for some flexibility after new virus rules restrict non-essential travel between the two states. In a Tuesday email, Vermont State Rep. Jim Masland, A Democrat from Thetford, highlighted how intertwined the communities ...

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Curtis Samuel scores two touchdowns in Panthers’ loss to Falcons, 25-17

Curtis Samuel scored a 12-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter to give his Carolina Panthers an early lead. He would follow that up with a 29-yard receiving touchdown in the second quarter. Samuel had his third career game with a receiving and rushing
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Curtis Samuel scores two touchdowns in Panthers’ loss to Falcons, 25-17

Curtis Samuel scored a 12-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter to give his Carolina Panthers an early lead. He would follow that up with a 29-yard receiving touchdown in the second quarter. Samuel had his third career game with a receiving and rushing touchdown, despite the Panthers' 25-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

Matt Ryan on winning a close game: ‘It just felt like it was going to be a different night’

Matt Ryan describes what it's like to finally win a close game after the Atlanta Falcons lost their last three games. Carolina Panthers QB Teddy Bridgewater threw a late interception to secure the game for the Falcons.
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Matt Ryan on winning a close game: ‘It just felt like it was going to be a different night’

Matt Ryan describes what it's like to finally win a close game after the Atlanta Falcons lost their last three games. Carolina Panthers QB Teddy Bridgewater threw a late interception to secure the game for the Falcons.

Dr. Provencher provides insight on Falcons WR Calvin Ridley who suffered possible foot injury

The Atlanta Falcons lost star WR Calvin Ridley to a possible left foot injury during their game with the Carolina Panthers. Ridley exited the game in the 2nd quarter and did not return. The Falcons went on to win the game 25-17.
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Dr. Provencher provides insight on Falcons WR Calvin Ridley who suffered possible foot injury

The Atlanta Falcons lost star WR Calvin Ridley to a possible left foot injury during their game with the Carolina Panthers. Ridley exited the game in the 2nd quarter and did not return. The Falcons went on to win the game 25-17.

Terry Bradshaw predicts Tua Tagovailoa's first start to be ‘poised beyond all belief’

Terry Bradshaw laid out exactly what he expects to see with Tua Tagovailoa’s return next week with the Miami dolphins. Bradshaw predicted the quarterback’s return to be “poised beyond all belief”.
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Terry Bradshaw predicts Tua Tagovailoa's first start to be ‘poised beyond all belief’

Terry Bradshaw laid out exactly what he expects to see with Tua Tagovailoa’s return next week with the Miami dolphins. Bradshaw predicted the quarterback’s return to be “poised beyond all belief”.

Adelaide 500 was a «major risk» for SA – tourism boss

Supercars was rocked by news yesterday that the famous Adelaide 500 is no more, the SA government pulling the pin on the event effective immediately.That's despite a contract with Supercars that ran until 2021, and an announcement earlier this year that the e
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Adelaide 500 was a «major risk» for SA – tourism boss

Supercars was rocked by news yesterday that the famous Adelaide 500 is no more, the SA government pulling the pin on the event effective immediately.That's despite a contract with Supercars that ran until 2021, and an announcement earlier this year that the event would indeed be on the next calendar, just not in it's traditional season-opening slot.With declining crowds even pre-pandemic ...Keep reading

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