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Here's the latest for Tuesday October 27th: Amy Coney Barrett confirmed to Supreme Court; Biden to campaign in Georgia, Trump going to Wisconsin; Coronavirus rates surge in El Paso, Texas; Crews remove "murder hornet" nest in Washington state.
 
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"FCA Replay" is a weekly recap of some of the major stories at FCA. The top stories for the week of October 23, 2020, include the launch of the E-Shop enhanced online retailing experience, protecting employees from the flu, and a four-way battle among the Dodge//SRT and Mopar drag racers.

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Bishop calls Supreme Court ruling a good decision

Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, of the Roman Catholic Church in Brooklyn, calls a recent ruling by the Supreme Court regarding coronavirus restrictions on religious..
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Bruce Boynton, Plaintiff in Landmark Civil Rights Case, Dies at 83

He was a Black man who wanted to sit in the white section of a bus terminal restaurant. The case reached the Supreme Court.
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After 7-year ban for alleged IPL spot-fixing, Sreesanth to play competitive cricket [Video]

After 7-year ban for alleged IPL spot-fixing, Sreesanth to play competitive cricket

Cricketer S Sreesanth is back in the game after seven years of long-ban. He was banned from cricket for alleged spot-fixing during the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL). The Indian pacer will take part in the Kerala Cricket Association's (KCA) President's Cup T20 tournament, which will be held at the SD College Cricket ground in Alappuzha from December 17, 2020 to January 03, 2021. Sreesanth's 7-year ban for alleged spot-fixing ended in August 2020.Speaking to ANI, S Sreesanth said, "Thanks to BCCI as it's been 7-long years and I have been training really hard. I will keep giving my best because this is something for which I have waited for 7 long years. I am grateful to the selectors for giving me this opportunity." "Every bowl and every moment is important for me and it was never like that before," he added. In August 2013, Sreesanth and two other teammates of Rajasthan Royals (RR) were banned from playing for a lifetime by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for alleged spot-fixing in IPL. On March 2020, the Supreme Court dismissed the BCCI ban and allowed him to play this year. KCA has sought permission from Kerala government to conduct the tournament. Sreesanth last played for India in 2011 Cricket World Cup.

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Trump Encourages Thanksgiving Gatherings and Supreme Court Paves the Way

Donald Trump is clearly angry -- enraged -- which is the only explanation for the revenge he seems to want to exact on the American people, because he's goosing..
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Joe Biden Joe Biden President-elect of the United States; 47th Vice President of the United States

Top Contenders for Biden’s Cabinet Draw Fire From All Sides

Lists of names of those the president-elect is said to be considering are flying across Washington, prompting lawmakers and interest groups to raise questions..
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Milwaukee County presidential recount wraps up with Biden adding to his margin over Trump

President-elect Joe Biden received a net gain of 132 votes in his margin of victory over President Donald Trump as a result of the recount.

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U.S. court rejects Trump's case against PA votes [Video]

U.S. court rejects Trump's case against PA votes

[NFA] A federal appeals court on Friday rejected an attempt by U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign to block President-elect Joe Biden from being declared the winner of Pennsylvania, dealing another significant setback to Trump's bid to overturn the Nov. 3 election. This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.

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Trump continues unfounded election fraud claims as his campaign takes another legal blow

A day after saying he would accept the results of the Electoral College, President Trump is now falsely setting a new bar for Joe Biden to enter the White House...
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'Calling an election unfair does not make it so': Appeals court denies Trump campaign's effort to overturn Biden's win in Pennsylvania

In rejecting Trump's appeal, a judge wrote, "calling an election unfair does not make it so," and said Trump offered no evidence of wrongdoing.

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Amy Coney Barrett Amy Coney Barrett Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court backs religious groups in NY [Video]

U.S. Supreme Court backs religious groups in NY

The U.S. Supreme Court late on Wednesday (November 25) backed Christian and Jewish houses of worship challenging New York state's latest restrictions in novel coronavirus hot spots. Bryan Wood reports.

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Donald Trump Jr. tests positive for COVID-19 [Video]

Donald Trump Jr. tests positive for COVID-19

U.S. President Donald Trump's oldest son Donald Trump Jr. tested positive for COVID-19 this week, a spokesman confirmed on Friday. Gloria Tso reports.

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US elections: Advantage Trump in court battle against Biden on mail ballots? [Video]

US elections: Advantage Trump in court battle against Biden on mail ballots?

As the United States of America waits for the result of a hotly-contested Presidential election, incumbent Donald Trump has declared that he will move the Supreme Court against the 'fraud' carried out by his opponent Joe Biden. The latter has dismissed the claim as 'outrageous'. But who will actually have an advantage in a court battle? Will Trump's recent appointment of Amy Coney Barrett to the US apex court work in his favour? Watch Pramit Palchaudhuri, Sushant Sareen, and Yashwant Deshmukh decode the situation in a conversation with Hindustan Times' Aditi Prasad.

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Supreme Court allows mail-in extensions in PA, NC [Video]

Supreme Court allows mail-in extensions in PA, NC

U.S. Supreme Court extended mail-in voting deadlines in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania and North Carolina, a setback for the Trump campaign. Bryan Wood reports.

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Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia (U.S. state) State of the United States of America

Senate race brings urgency to voter turnout drive

This election season, with all eyes on Georgia's Senate race, the coronavirus pandemic has upended traditional get-out-the-vote efforts where campaign workers go..
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President Trump and President-elect Biden to throw their weight behind Georgia Senate candidates

After his Thanksgiving conference call with members of the military, President Trump confirmed he plans to travel to Georgia to help incumbent Republican..
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Trump, Still Claiming Victory, Says He Will Leave if Electors Choose Biden

Taking questions from reporters for the first time since Election Day, the president also said he would travel to Georgia to support Republican candidates before..
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Trump supporters reportedly calling for boycott of key Georgia Senate races

Some of President Trump's supporters are calling for a boycott of Georgia's key Senate runoff races, according to Politico. Some Republicans are concerned the..
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Georgia senator boosts wealth with well-timed stock trades

Senator David Perdue bought stocks as the coronavirus began ravaging the United States.
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Wisconsin Wisconsin State in the upper Midwest region of the United States

Wisconsin recount, Small Business Saturday, Tyson-Jones Jr. fight: 5 things to know this weekend

Small Business Saturday is more urgent than ever, Mike Tyson goes back in the ring to face Roy Jones Jr., and more news to start your weekend.

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Wisconsin sets new record for coronavirus deaths

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers begged people to skip Thanksgiving celebrations with anyone from outside their households as the state set a new record for COVID-19..
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Coronavirus updates: New York City still has 650 bodies in freezer trucks; Nevada hits 'pause'; TSA screenings up after CDC travel warning

Wisconsin GOP Rep. Bryan Steil reveals positive test. Los Angeles County suspends in-person dining. Nevada 'statewide pause'. Latest COVID news.
 

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Attorney heading up Trump campaign's Wisconsin recount effort is seeking to throw out his own vote

Jim Troupis, the attorney leading President Donald Trump's recount effort in Wisconsin, voted illegally according to his own legal argument.

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Wisconsin police arrest 15-year-old boy for Mayfair Mall shooting, say 'bullets started flying' during altercation

While witnesses described the shooter as a white man in his 20s or 30s, Wauwatosa Police Chief Barry Weber said the suspect is an Hispanic teenager.
 

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Donald Trump Donald Trump 45th president of the United States

Stars and Scars -- You Be the Judge

Donald Trump's started on the pardon train, so the question -- is Joe Exotic next? And, what's the deal with the Grammys?  So we gotta ask ...
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How Democrats Suffered Crushing Down-Ballot Losses Across America

In statehouse races, suburban voters’ disgust with President Trump failed to translate into a rebuke of other Republicans, ensuring the party’s grip on..
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Pentagon orders Nimitz back to Persian Gulf during troop drawdown in Iraq, Afghanistan

President Trump has directed the drawdown of troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and the Pentagon felt it 'prudent' to have the USS Nimitz in the area.

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Texas Texas State of the United States of America

Pet cloning: Man's best friend, again

When their 12-year-old dog Marley was diagnosed with cancer, the Tschirhart family couldn't bear to say goodbye. So, they turned to ViaGen Pets, of Austin,..
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Young adults chronicle life back at home after moving in with their parents because of the pandemic

For the first time since the Great Depression, a majority of young adults are now living with their parents. Nearly 3 million U.S. adults moved back in with..
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Aerial video shows storm damage in North Texas

Aerial footage over Arlington, Texas showed damage to multiple buildings Wednesday after powerful thunderstorms swept through the area the night before. (Nov...
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Ben Affleck 'uncomfortable' about gun fun while filming Dazed and Confused [Video]

Ben Affleck 'uncomfortable' about gun fun while filming Dazed and Confused

Ben Affleck has mixed emotions about the fun he had with guns on the Texas set of the cult 1993 movie Dazed and Confused, because he now realizes he and his castmates were lucky to come out of the experience alive.

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Coronavirus updates: First 6.4M doses of COVID vaccine likely in December; New Mexico approves $330M stimulus bill; US death toll nears 260K

Tennessee won't mandate COVID-19 vaccine in K-12 public schools. El Paso, Texas, sets new curfew. OAN suspended from YouTube. Latest virus news.
 

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As The National Guard Arrives To Process Corpses, Ted Cruz Fusses About His Turkey Day [Video]

As The National Guard Arrives To Process Corpses, Ted Cruz Fusses About His Turkey Day

The Great State of Texas is staggering under the weight of surging coronavirus cases and deaths. Morgues in Texas are overflowing, and the National Guard has been sent to El Paso to process bodies. Across the state, thousands are lining up for food rations. But the nightmarish conditions haven't stopped the state's Republican senator from keeping his Thanksgiving holiday plans on track. Business Insider reports Sen.

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Texas National Guard deployed to help El Paso with morgue overflow

So many have died that the county is now posting job openings for morgue attendants.
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Coronavirus updates: Pfizer could file for emergency use authorization Friday; Mexico tops 100K deaths; El Paso seeks more morgue attendants

Pfizer plans to file for FDA approval. Hawaii updates traveling rules. Mexico tops 100K deaths. Latest COVID news.

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