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- CBS News
Because of a court order, the Biden administration is required to reinstate the Trump-era policy of requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for their hearings.
Prince William voices his disapproval of the high-priced space pursuits just a day after former "Star Trek" actor William Shatner becomes the oldest man to fly to space, in a rocket built by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
This ‘60s Chevy masterpiece has a lot of work ahead before it can touch the road once again.
- NBC News
The Justice Department settled the 2019 lawsuit, which argued the dismissal was retaliation because McCabe declined to give "personal allegiance" to Trump.
- Business Insider
The US government should start paying people to go back to work to help ease the labor shortage, billionaire investor Barry Sternlicht says
Starwood Capital's Barry Sternlicht told CNBC the government should pay people bonuses for returning to work, then "tax them because they have a job."
- Washington Examiner
Congressional Democrats, concerned over lukewarm public enthusiasm for their massive social welfare spending package, may be forced to modify a tax-raising provision that has prompted significant backlash.
- Women's Health
The 37-year-old actress was totally naked in a few outtakes from the shoot. She credits the Tracy Anderson Method (and spinning) for keeping her fit and strong.
- Good Morning America
"Mina" (ABC News has changed her name for her protection and that of others), a university-educated and unmarried Afghan woman, separated from her family in the U.S., was pleading for help on a call with advocates trying to get her out. With her father having aided the U.S. mission in Afghanistan, and her immediate family living in New Jersey, Mina is in hiding, saying she fears her ties to the U.S. make her a target. Mina's mother says she isn't used to relying on medication to fall asleep, but after calls like this one, she says she needs it to escape the dark reality facing her only daughter -- blaming herself for Mina being left behind.
- Associated Press Videos
A member of Parliament was stabbed to death during a meeting with constituents at a church in eastern England Friday. A 25-year-old suspect was arrested at the scene. (Oct. 15)
- Yahoo Sports
Our analysts reveal their most optimal lineups for Week 6 DFS.
One week later, search efforts continue for Opelousas man last seen in Bastrop
As what remained of Tropical Storm Pamela dumped heavy rain in Texas on Oct. 14, first responders saved a man and a little girl from a vehicle that had been floating underneath a bridge.
- The Conversation
Ceci n'est pas un Magritte Georgina Parrino/EyeEm via Getty ImagesAfter being on the U.S. market for around 15 years, an e-cigarette has, for the first time, been authorized for sale by the Food and Drug Administration. The government agency announced on Oct. 12, 2021, that three products from the vaping company Vuse had been given the green light to be marketed, along with one device in which the approved cartridges are placed. Although limited in scope – the authorization only relates to tobac
- Good Morning America
As Prince William prepares to deliver his Earthshot Prize to people saving the planet, he took an apparent stab at billionaires sending people to space. "We need some of the world's greatest brains and minds fixed on trying to repair this planet, not trying to find the next place to go and live," William, 39, said in a new BBC interview, referring to the current race for space tourism led by billionaires Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Richard Branson. William's comments came just one day after actor William Shatner took a successful 10-minute trip to space on Blue Origin's New Shepard.
- Washington Examiner
A woman paraded naked around Denver International Airport, interacting with passengers and drawing the attention of police, according to a report.
- KCRA - Sacramento Videos
A portion of the Capital City Freeway has been shut down in both directions in Sacramento County Friday morning as authorities respond to a person suffering from a mental health crisis. Officials with the California Highway Patrol’s North Sacramento division and Sacramento police are talking to the person, CHP said.
Sources say the officer shot and wounded her ex-girlfriend and killed the woman's new girlfriend. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Despite multiple emergency calls, police failed to respond until the following day.
- Miami Herald
The only-in-Miami trial to fire Police Chief Art Acevedo is one for the books.
- Kansas City Star
“None of that makes sense and it’s not right. This kid should not walk away free,” a relative of one of the victims said.