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Officer turned on body cam after fatal shooting

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Coalition speaks during a rally held in Waukegan following a police shooting that left a Black man dead.Woman wounded in fatal Illinois police shooting: 'Our 7-month-old son will never know his father'Once the officer turns on the body camera, he appears to be standing several yards away from the crashed car.

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Makes landfall in Louisiana; Mississippi

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braces as Hurricane Zeta's remnants are forecast to bring rain, wind and possibly snow to the Northeast.It's also the fifth tropical storm or hurricane to hit Louisiana this year, an all-time record for the state.

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Nov. 6 deadline for Pennsylvania mail-in ballots stands

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Battles between Republicans and Democrats fuel clash over Supreme Court's futureThe action came a week after the justices first let stand the extension set by the state Supreme Court.The vote in that dispute was 4-4, with Roberts and the court's three liberal justices refusing to block the state court's action.

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Reactions to the reveal of who 'Anonymous' is

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WASHINGTON – After Miles Taylor revealed himself as "Anonymous" Wednesday night, Republicans called him a "coward" and "liar" while Democrats tried to focus on the content of his original scathing opinion piece.The GOP Rapid Response Director Steve Guest called him a "COWARD" who "is a liar.

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Supreme Court lets N.C. Nov. 12 deadline for mail-in ballots stand

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Conservative Associate Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch dissented from the court's denial of state Republicans' petition.The court's order was the latest in a string of rulings on last-minute challenges brought by both political parties in states that could determine the outcome of the presidential race.

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Facebook, Twitter and Google CEOs accused of bias against Trump

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Social media CEOs face Senate grillingThe CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google are facing a grilling by GOP senators making unfounded allegations that the tech giants show anti-conservative bias.Their focus includes Section 230, a law relating to unfettered internet speech.

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Chrissy Teigen reveals why she shared pregnancy loss photos in essay

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Chrissy Teigen reveals pregnancy loss with emotional Instagram photosIn a series of heart-wrenching photos, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend share the loss of their third child, Jack.In September, Teigen, 34, announced in a series of emotional hospital room photos on Instagram that she and her husband John Legend, 41, lost their unborn son, three days after Teigen was hospitalized for bleeding issues.

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See the Netflix trailer with Christian Serratos

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Remembering Selena, the Queen of Tejano musicSelena Quintanilla-Pérez released her first studio album, 'Selena,' on Oct.A Netflix series about the life of the late Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla-Perez will drop during the holiday season.

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Amy Coney Barrett takes oath as a Supreme Court justice

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Trump Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett confirmedAmy Coney Barrett is Donald Trump's third Supreme Court nominee, following Associate Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch.On Tuesday, Chief Justice John Roberts will complete the process by delivering the judicial oath to the court's newest member.

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Wisconsin mail-in ballots must be received by Nov. 3

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Supreme Court opens new term, honors GinsburgThe Supreme Court began its new term Monday with a remembrance of “a dear friend and a treasured colleague,” the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.The court's 5-3 ruling means that absentee ballots will be counted only if they are in the hands of municipal clerks by the time polls close Nov.

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USPS says mail your absentee ballot by Tuesday, Oct. 27

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WASHINGTON – The United States Postal Service recommends voters utilizing mail-in ballots mail them in by tomorrow, as Tuesday is one week from Election Day.Vote by mail deadlines vary by state, whether the deadline applies to when a ballot must be received or when it must be postmarked.

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Juárez mayor asks to stop US travel due to COVID-19

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Like in El Paso, Texas, new cases of COVID-19 are surging in Chihuahua state with the epicenter in Juárez, which hit 1,100 deaths over the weekend, state public health officials said.A mobile tent hospital will be set up outside a Juárez hospital, state health officials said.