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Fauci pushes back on use of comments in Trump campaign ad on coronavirus response

Washington — Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, said Sunday his comments featured in an ad from the Trump campaign about the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic were taken out of context and used without his permission."The comments attributed to me without my permission in the GOP campaign ad were taken out of context from a broad statement I made months ago about the efforts of federal public health officials.""The video is from a nationally broadcast television interview in which Dr. Fauci was praising the work of the Trump administration.As Dr. Fauci recently testified in the Senate, President Trump took the virus seriously from the beginning, acted quickly, and saved lives."The ad from the Trump campaign hit the airwaves six days after Mr. Trump was discharged from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he was treated for COVID-19.

Alleged serial arsonist arrested in Houston after authorities say he may have set dozens of fires

Alleged serial arsonist arrested in Houston after authorities say he may have set dozens of fires Investigators say the suspect's car was spotted at multiple arson-fire scenes.An alleged serial arsonist who authorities say may be responsible for setting dozen of blazes that have terrorized the city of Houston in recent weeks has been arrested.Assistant Fire Chief Alfredo Martinez and fire investigator Alison Stein alleged that Rauch has been setting fires all over the Houston, burning vehicles, sheds and trash containers.Stein declined to comment on the number of fires Rauch has allegedly confessed to or provide a possible motive for the arson rampage."Right now we are still in the process of questioning our suspect and he is confessing to multiple fires," Stein said.

CC Sabathia rips Yankees decisions in ALDS loss: ‘What the f—k?’

Add CC Sabathia to the chorus of people who questioned the Yankees’ strategy in their ALDS loss to the Rays.From the ill-fated pitching plan in Game 2, to how Aroldis Chapman was deployed in Game 5 and Chapman’s pitch selection to Mike Brosseau, Sabathia was not a fan.“All we talk about is this kid’s [Garcia’s] character and how mature he is and I feel it was a perfect time to let him rock, let Masa rock, let J.A.Happ rock,” Sabathia said.“He had him set up for the strikeout if he threw him the slider,” Sabathia said of the final pitch of the at-bat.

Trump says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi couldn’t pass ‘basic aptitude tests’

President Trump said Rep. Nancy Pelosi couldn’t pass “basic aptitude tests” after the Democratic leader of the House vowed to create a committee to study removing a president from office who is considered physically or mentally incapacitated.Pelosi said Friday she would introduce legislation to create a bipartisan panel to work with the vice president on the 25th Amendment.“I don’t think she could pass basic aptitude tests, personally.Trump said he believes Pelosi is thinking of forming the committee because of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.The president and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for the coronavirus on Oct. 1 – just two days after the presidential debate with Biden in Cleveland.

Jennifer Aniston introduces new dog Lord Chesterfield on Instagram

Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Jennifer Aniston has added a new four-legged friend to her family.On Sunday, the 51-year-old actress introduced her 35.7 million Instagram followers to the new addition, Lord Chesterfield.this is (a very tired) Lord Chesterfield,” Aniston gushed.“He stole my heart immediately.”In the adorable clip, Aniston is heard whispering, “Chesterfield, have you fallen asleep with your bone in your mouth?Grateful you take such great care of these rescues and find them their forever home,” Aniston wrote.

Two Jets games rescheduled amid NFL’s COVID-19 scramble

COVID-19 has led to a number of changes in the NFL’s schedule, and it now impacts the Jets.Instead of visiting the Chargers next Sunday, they will be in Miami to face the Dolphins, with the game at Los Angeles moved back to Week 11.Initially, the Jets were supposed to have a bye week then, but now their bye week will be in Week 10, when they were supposed to visit the Dolphins.The NFL had to make a number of changes after Monday’s Patriots-Broncos game was postponed due to another positive coronavirus test on the Patriots.The Jets-Cardinals game on Sunday was in doubt for a while on Friday when a Jets player tested positive.

1 Person Dead In Shooting That Followed Day Of Far-Right, Far-Left Rallies In Denver

1 Person Dead In Shooting That Followed Day Of Far-Right, Far-Left Rallies In DenverEnlarge this image toggle caption Helen H. Richardson/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images Helen H. Richardson/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty ImagesOne person was killed and another man was in police custody after a fatal shooting in Denver on Saturday that occurred towards the end of dueling rallies by activists on the far-right and the far-left.The shooting took place near the Denver Art Museum when competing far-left and far-right protests were winding down nearby.Until the shooting, the protesters mainly chanted and yelled and each other, separated by police, the Denver Post reported.A Denver Post staffer was at the scene of the fatal confrontation, the newspaper reported.Michael Reinoehl, who identified as an antifa supporter, was killed by police after expressing responsibility for the fatal shooting of a right-wing protester in Portland in September.

Barrett was member of anti-abortion group that promoted clinic criticized for misleading women

Online records show that the group began promoting South Bend’s Women’s Care Center in 2016 on its website, adding a link to the group under a section called “Pro-Life Links”.The revelation adds to a growing body of evidence that Barrett, who has served as an appellate court judge since 2017, has advocated against abortion, abortion rights, and publicly supported the reversal of Roe v Wade in the years before she joined the federal bench.The Women’s Care Center (WCC) in South Bend has, according to local activists and local media reports, been at the centre of the city’s contentious fights over women’s reproductive rights for years.The WCC’s website appears to offer women abortion services at first glance, as well as free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds.In a letter to then-mayor Pete Buttigieg, who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2019, the WWHA abortion clinic spoke out against an attempt by WCC – the crisis pregnancy center – to open up another clinic next door to the abortion clinic.

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