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Homespun BLM Products Include Cookie Kits, Garden Gnomes

By Terry Tang | Sunday Sep 27, 2020
A few weeks after nationwide protests erupted over the police killing of George Floyd, Julie Muller looked for something positive she could contribute to the movement from her Houston home.

California Will House Transgender Inmates by Gender Identity

By Adam Bean | Sunday Sep 27, 2020
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law on Saturday requiring California to house transgender inmates in prisons based on their gender identity — but only if the state does not have "management or security concerns."

Her Words: Amy Coney Barrett on Faith, Precedent, Abortion

Sunday Sep 27, 2020
Some notable quotes from Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, a former Notre Dame law professor and current judge on the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Watch: Trump Taps 'Eminently Qualified' Barrett for Supreme Court

By Zeke Miller, Lisa Mascaro and Mary Clare Jalonick | Saturday Sep 26, 2020
President Donald Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Saturday, capping a dramatic reshaping of the federal judiciary that will resonate for a generation and that he hopes will provide a needed boost to his reelection effort.

Amy Coney Barrett, Likely High Court Pick, is Scalia's Heir

By Michael Tarm | Saturday Sep 26, 2020
Though Amy Coney Barrett is the expected replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she is more aptly described as heir to another departed Supreme Court justice: conservative hero Antonin Scalia.

It's 'Now or Never' for Ex-Trump Aides Weighing Speaking Out

By Jill Colvin | Saturday Sep 26, 2020
Elizabeth Neumann wrestled with the decision for weeks. She worried about the backlash, the impact it would have on her career, potential threats to her family.

Edmunds: Why Electric Vehicle Ranges Vary from EPA Estimate

By Jonathan Elfalan of Edmunds | Saturday Sep 26, 2020
You've probably heard the phrase "your mileage may vary" with regard to how your fuel economy compares to the EPA estimate. Edmunds has found, however, that the variance can be even greater with an EV.

Trump Shifts Focus to Pennsylvania to Shore Up Reelection

By Jonathan Lemire, Marc Levy, and Thomas Beaumont | Saturday Sep 26, 2020
President Donald Trump's campaign has grown increasingly focused on making inroads in Pennsylvania to offset potential vulnerabilities in other battlegrounds.

First Man Cured of HIV Infection Now has Terminal Cancer

By Marilynn Marchione | Saturday Sep 26, 2020
Timothy Ray Brown, the first person known to have been cured of HIV infection, says he is now terminally ill from a recurrence of the cancer that prompted his historic treatment 12 years ago.

Reds Say Broadcaster Brennaman Resigns After Anti-Gay Slur

Saturday Sep 26, 2020
The Cincinnati Reds say team broadcaster Thom Brennaman has resigned following his use of an anti-gay slur on air last month.

Billie Lourd Introduces Newborn Son in Surprise Announcement

Saturday Sep 26, 2020
Actress Billie Lourd has announced the birth of her son.

As Campaign Heats Up, Trump Woos Latino, Black Voters

By Jill Colvin | Saturday Sep 26, 2020
With fewer than 40 days left before the election, President Donald Trump unveiled his second policy plan in as many days as he tries to chip away at his Democratic rival's support among Black and Hispanic voters and in key battleground states.

GOP Expecting Trump to Tap Barrett for Supreme Court

By Zeke Miller and Lisa Mascaro | Friday Sep 25, 2020
Republicans were expecting President Donald Trump to announce Saturday that he is nominating Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, as he aims to put a historic stamp on the high court just weeks before the election.

Former Congressman Ron Paul Hospitalized, Says He's OK

Friday Sep 25, 2020
Former GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul posted a picture of himself in a hospital Friday but said he was OK after video circulated online of him struggling to speak during an interview.

Nobel Laureate Refuses Local Honor Over Poland's LGBT 'Rift'

Friday Sep 25, 2020
Nobel Prize-winning writer Olga Tokarczuk has declined an honorary citizenship from the region of Poland where she lives because she would have had to share the honor with a Roman Catholic bishop who has made hostile comments about the LGBT community.

With 'Profound Sorrow': Ginsburg Lies in State at US Capitol

By Lisa Mascaro | Friday Sep 25, 2020
The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is lying in state Friday at the U.S. Capitol, the first woman in American history to do so, in commemoration of her extraordinary life.

From Quick Shortcuts to Slow Cookers, How We're Eating Now

By Katie Workman | Friday Sep 25, 2020
According to one expert, recipes from the 1960s and '70s like chicken Kiev, chicken a la king, cheese fondue and salmon patties have become more popular.

Idaho Man Sues Over State's Anti-Sodomy Law

By Rebecca Boone | Friday Sep 25, 2020
An Idaho man represented by a coalition of civil rights attorneys is suing the state's attorney general over Idaho's so-called "infamous crime against nature" law, which makes it illegal to have oral or anal sex.

Demi Lovato, Max Ehrich Call Off Engagement After 2 Months

By Jonathan Landrum Jr. | Friday Sep 25, 2020
Singer-actors Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich have called off their engagement after two months.

Biden's Low-Key Campaign Style Worries Some Democrats

By Will Weissert, Alexandra Jaffe and Alan Fram | Friday Sep 25, 2020
The final stretch of a presidential campaign is typically a nonstop mix of travel, caffeine and adrenaline. But as the worst pandemic in a century bears down on the United States, Joe Biden is taking a lower key approach.

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