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Spain Declares National State Of Emergency Over Coronavirus Outbreak
An overnight curfew was ordered Sunday in hopes of stemming a resurgence in coronavirus infections.
Kate McKinnon's Wacky Rudy Giuliani Goes Raunchy In 'SNL' Last Presidential Debate
"It's not what it looks like," explained "Rudy," fresh from his "Borat" humiliation.
Black Woman Shot By Illinois Police Officer Seeks Justice From Hospital Bed
A cop shot Tafara Williams and her boyfriend, Marcellis Stinnette, during a traffic stop, wounding Williams and killing Stinnette.
Spoof 'SNL' Village People Vow To Shave Ivanka's Head If Trump Keeps Using 'YMCA'
"We're just singing," Kenan Thompson explained when Colin Jost protested on "Weekend Update."
Saturday Night Live
Single Adele Breaks Into Song As Worst 'Bachelor' Contestant Ever In 'SNL' Sketch
The singer performed some of her greatest hits during her "SNL" hosting debut.
Hello, It's The Funniest Tweets From Adele's Episode Of 'SNL'
Adele was rolling deep in praise after her first “Saturday Night Live” hosting gig.
Republican Governor Faults Trump For Sending 'Confusing Messages' About Masks
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said the president should be "truthful" and "realistic" about the COVID-19 crisis.
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Senate Advances Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Nomination
The 48-year-old Trump-picked judge is now one vote away from serving on the high court and solidifying a 6-3 conservative majority for the foreseeable future.
CNN / State Of The Union
White House Chief Of Staff Mark Meadows: 'We're Not Going To Control The Pandemic'
President Trump has repeatedly said the U.S. has the COVID-19 crisis "under control."
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Lincoln Project Attorney Scorches Lawsuit Threat Over Ivanka, Jared Billboards
"Peddle your scare tactics elsewhere. The Lincoln Project will not be intimidated by such empty bluster," attorney Matthew Sanderson blasted in a letter.
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Coronavirus Surge Highlights Stark Campaign Divide
By Jill Colvin, Will Weissert, Zeke Miller and Aamer Madhani, AP
It's business as usual for Donald Trump's campaign while Joe Biden sounds the alarm about the pandemic.
Stephanie Keith via Getty Images
Thousands Of Early Voters Waited For Hours In Snaking Lines On Saturday To Cast Their Ballots
New York voters waited in long lines on the first day of early voting in their state. Voters also flooded polling sites in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Alabama and elsewhere.
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Several Pence Aides, Including Chief Of Staff Marc Short, Test Positive For COVID-19
At least five people close to the vice president have reportedly tested positive in recent days.
Monica Almeida / Reuters
Voting For Kanye West Is 'Not Funny,' Warns Jennifer Aniston
"Please be responsible," actor pleads as she drops off her own ballot early in West Hollywood.
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Trump Rips 'Fake News' For Focusing On COVID-19 'CASES, CASES, CASES' As Nation Breaks Record
The president disputed facts about an alarming COVID-19 surge as a plot to sow fear ahead of the election.
Carlos Barria / Reuters
Joe Biden Reportedly Planning Visit To Georgia Where Polls Show Very Tight Race
Biden and Trump are currently neck-and-neck in the polls in Georgia, a state that hasn’t voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1992.
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Illinois Public Health Director Breaks Down In Tears Addressing Surging COVID Toll
"I’m desperate to find the message that will work ... to turn this around," said an emotional Dr. Ngozi Ezike.
Sarah Silbiger / Reuters
Pope Names 13 New Cardinals, Includes U.S. Archbishop Gregory
By Elana Schor, AP
Washington D.C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who was among those named, will become the first Black U.S. prelate to earn the coveted red cap.
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