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New details of the Justice Department’s handling of the accusations against a Turkish bank reveal how President Recep Tayyip Erdogan pressured President Trump, prompting concern from top White House aides.
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A 47-year-old man suspected of being in contact with an assailant who killed three people at a church in Nice, France, on Thursday has been arrested, French officials said. nyti.ms/31RTRNd
2nd Man Is Arrested Over Knife Attack in Nice
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A former employee at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico, Brian Jeffrey Raymond, was charged with videotaping and photographing a woman while she was partially naked and unconscious. Prosecutors described him as an “experienced sexual predator.” nyti.ms/3oEHQV5
Prosecutors Call Former Embassy Employee an Experienced Sexual Predator
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
What have we lost? What is at stake?

In a special section ahead of next week’s election, all 15 of our columnists write about President Trump and what has happened to America in the past four years. nyti.ms/34DPxmm
 
There are four days until Election Day. Here’s the latest:
— Joe Biden leads by 3 points in North Carolina, a New York Times/Siena College poll found
— Nonvoters in 2016 are casting their ballots in droves
— President Trump remade his election night plans
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2020 Election Live Updates: Trump Changes Election Night Plans as Campaigns Begin Last Push
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Older voters played a crucial role in President Trump’s Florida victory in 2016. But some have switched sides this election — a decision that can carry consequences with neighbors. Listen to today’s episode of The Daily. nyti.ms/3oFhSRc
The Field: The Shy Biden Voters Among Floridas Seniors
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Chief Justice John Roberts’s deft judicial work last term meant that he was in the majority in divided decisions at a higher rate than any chief justice since at least 1953. But his strategy may not last.
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In Voting Cases, Chief Justice Roberts Is Alone but in Control
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Travis Roy, who became paralyzed after a hockey injury in 1995, was revered by the sports world and dedicated his life to advocacy for similarly disabled people. He died on Thursday at the age of 45. nyti.ms/31XX25T
Travis Roy, Who Inspired Millions After a Hockey Tragedy, Dies at 45
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Gray wolves will no longer receive federal protection in the U.S., officials announced, despite significant concerns raised by scientists who performed the independent review that is required before a species can be delisted.
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U.S. to Remove Wolves From Protected Species List
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President Trump is said to have called off plans to attend a Trump Hotel election night party. His campaign has sought to raise money off the event. nyti.ms/34FR0IO
President Trump remakes his election night plans.
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The European economy rebounded sharply in the third quarter, but a surge in virus cases and new lockdowns raise the risk of another slowdown. nyti.ms/35HPw08
Eurozone growth surges but another slowdown is probably ahead.
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New Zealand’s citizens voted overwhelmingly in favor of legalizing euthanasia for the terminally ill in a referendum. But a measure to allow recreational marijuana use was set to fail, preliminary results show. nyti.ms/2TCDqjg
New Zealand Voters Approve Euthanasia but Reject Recreational Marijuana
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the cruise industry, companies are downsizing their fleets and selling the ships for scrap. Our story from a Turkish shipyard with photos from the great @bradleysecker
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Jerry Falwell Jr. filed a lawsuit against Liberty University, accusing the evangelical college of spreading “outrageous lies” about him in a series of actions taken after his dramatic departure from the school in August.
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In a Lawsuit, Jerry Falwell Jr. Accuses Liberty University of Defamation
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In Opinion

“As gut-wrenching as this may be, one of the most obvious ways to mitigate further viral spread will be for as many people as possible to stay home this holiday season,” The Editorial Board writes.
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Opinion | Holidays Must Look Different This Year. Lives Are at Stake.
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In reply to @nytimes
Even the lucky ones who can find jobs are struggling to make ends meet, working long hours for little pay. Internships and entry-level jobs, if they’re available, often don’t pay enough to live in places like Paris and repay student loans. nyti.ms/2HKZcis pic.twitter.com/1DGgPVEUxE
Replying to @nytimes
Read more about the members of generation Covid-19, who are navigating an economic crisis and a resurgence of the virus in Europe at a time when many had been hoping to launch their careers. nyti.ms/2HKZcis
Young and Jobless in Europe: Its Been Desperate
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In reply to @nytimes
The bumpy road to recovery has been difficult to navigate in Italy, where some young people are losing their jobs for a second time. Newly reopened businesses have been forced to shutter again as the virus resurges, further demoralizing job seekers. nyti.ms/2HKZcis pic.twitter.com/x3MzO0Xu05
Replying to @nytimes
Even the lucky ones who can find jobs are struggling to make ends meet, working long hours for little pay. Internships and entry-level jobs, if they’re available, often don’t pay enough to live in places like Paris and repay student loans. nyti.ms/2HKZcis
 
In reply to @nytimes
Despite a government furlough program designed to limit layoffs in Britain, hundreds of thousands of workers were laid off just as young job seekers were entering the work force. They were up against candidates with years of experience. nyti.ms/2HKZcis pic.twitter.com/k1l06dYvH7
Replying to @nytimes
The bumpy road to recovery has been difficult to navigate in Italy, where some young people are losing their jobs for a second time. Newly reopened businesses have been forced to shutter again as the virus resurges, further demoralizing job seekers. nyti.ms/2HKZcis
 
In reply to @nytimes
Europeans coming of age in the pandemic are lowering their expectations. Many are resorting to internships, living with parents or returning to school to ride out the storm. Young workers without higher education risk sliding even further. nyti.ms/2HKZcis pic.twitter.com/TeP7FKpFIV
Replying to @nytimes
Despite a government furlough program designed to limit layoffs in Britain, hundreds of thousands of workers were laid off just as young job seekers were entering the work force. They were up against candidates with years of experience. nyti.ms/2HKZcis
 
In reply to @nytimes
Europe is not the only place where younger workers face a jobs crunch. Young Americans are especially vulnerable to the downturn. In China, young adults are struggling for jobs in the post-outbreak era. nyti.ms/2HKZcis pic.twitter.com/l7RnII7crg
Replying to @nytimes
Europeans coming of age in the pandemic are lowering their expectations. Many are resorting to internships, living with parents or returning to school to ride out the storm. Young workers without higher education risk sliding even further. nyti.ms/2HKZcis
 
In reply to @nytimes
Young people are overrepresented in sectors where jobs are disappearing, including travel, retail and hospitality. European graduates are facing unprecedented competition for even entry-level positions from a tsunami of newly laid-off workers. nyti.ms/2HKZcis pic.twitter.com/HRygIflOLJ
Replying to @nytimes
Europe is not the only place where younger workers face a jobs crunch. Young Americans are especially vulnerable to the downturn. In China, young adults are struggling for jobs in the post-outbreak era. nyti.ms/2HKZcis
 
Members of generation Covid-19 are entering the work force at the worst time: The coronavirus pandemic has gutted the European job market, and the virus’s resurgence there has put hope on hold — indefinitely. nyti.ms/2HKZcis
Replying to @nytimes
Young people are overrepresented in sectors where jobs are disappearing, including travel, retail and hospitality. European graduates are facing unprecedented competition for even entry-level positions from a tsunami of newly laid-off workers. nyti.ms/2HKZcis
 
Members of generation Covid-19 are entering the work force at the worst time: The coronavirus pandemic has gutted the European job market, and the virus’s resurgence there has put hope on hold — indefinitely. nyti.ms/2HKZcis
Young and Jobless in Europe: Its Been Desperate
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Amazon, Apple, Alphabet and Facebook reported a combined quarterly net profit of $38 billion on Thursday, demonstrating again that economic malaise, upstart competitors and feisty antitrust regulators have had little impact on their bottom line.
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Big Tech Continues Its Surge Ahead of the Rest of the Economy
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The steep decline in air traffic during the coronavirus pandemic has affected the quality of weather forecasting models, researchers have confirmed.
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Slump in Air Travel Hindered Weather Forecasting, Study Shows
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The Supreme Court of South Korea on Thursday upheld a 17-year prison term for ​former President Lee Myung-bak ​and ordered him sent back to prison. He will be the second former leader of South Korea​ behind bars on corruption charges.
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Former South Korean President Ordered Back to Prison for Bribery
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China's leader, Xi Jinping, used a key Communist Party meeting to show that he remains unchallenged and resurgent nine months after the coronavirus plunged China into its worst crisis in decades. He is also expected to push for another five-year term.
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As the West Stumbles, Helmsman Xi Pushes an Ambitious Plan for China
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Two men, who said they were members of a white supremacist and neo-Nazi group, were arrested in Michigan on Thursday. The authorities said the men had hoped to intimidate a host of a podcast that describes itself as “confronting white nationalism.”
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F.B.I. Arrests Michigan Men Tied to White Supremacist Group
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Derek Trucios, 17, was the third teenager to die in Brooklyn this week, as a wave of gun violence takes a high toll among young New Yorkers.
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A Man in a Black Ski Mask Cuts Short a 17-Year-Olds Life
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In Virginia over the past year, a number of rural counties have mulled resolutions that would officially endorse the assembly and training of local militias. At least three counties have approved them.
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In Rural Virginia, a Militia Tries to Recruit a New Ally: The County Government
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A health care worker in Solano County, California, is recovering after being simultaneously infected with both influenza and the coronavirus.

It is unclear whether this is the first case of such a co-infection in the U.S. this flu season.
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A Californian is battling both influenza and Covid-19 in an early case of co-infection.
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China removed homosexuality from its official list of psychiatric disorders in 2001. Many of the country’s psychology textbooks still say otherwise. nyti.ms/2HCaTrR
Chinas Stance on Homosexuality Has Changed. Its Textbooks Havent.
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The D.H.S. has been racing to deliver on President Trump’s promise of a border wall — nearly all of the construction has been in areas where dilapidated fencing or vehicle barriers already stood — but the future of his policies depends on the election.
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Trumps Hard-Line Immigration Policies Go Before Voters
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With limited guest lists and strict social distancing requirements, Joe Biden's campaign events have deprived him of the voter interactions he craves.

“It would be like telling him he can’t have ice cream anymore,” one longtime Democratic leader said.
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No Selfies or Hugs, but Biden Is Sneaking In Meet and Greets
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The U.S. Postal Service’s performance has not been as bad as initially feared, but the handling of mail ballots has been inconsistent enough that some people are choosing to vote in person.
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Lingering Mail Problems Worry Voters in Final Week of Election
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Trevor Lawrence, the star quarterback at top-ranked Clemson University and a leading contender for the Heisman Trophy, has tested positive for coronavirus, his coach said.
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Clemsons Trevor Lawrence Tests Positive for the Coronavirus
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Dan Baum, a journalist and author who produced one of the first examples of what is now called a Twitter thread, has died. He was 64.
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More than 80 million ballots have already been cast in the U.S. election, surpassing the previous early turnout record set in 2016.

See our state-by-state tracker: nyti.ms/3mBj3zu
Record-Setting Turnout: Tracking Early Voting in the 2020 Election
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
October is coming to a close. Here are 16 new books to watch for in November. nyti.ms/37Q07c0
 
President Trump and Joe Biden both campaigned in Florida on Thursday, as they confronted some of their biggest political vulnerabilities in a state that is once again shaping up as the most elusive prize in next week’s election.
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Trump and Biden Converge in Florida, an Elusive Prize Still Up for Grabs
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Breaking News: The U.S. set another single-day record for new coronavirus cases on Thursday with more than 86,000 known infections, surpassing the previous record set last Friday.
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The U.S. has hit 9 million virus cases, with no end in sight.
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A federal appeals court ruled on Thursday that Minnesota election officials may not accept any ballots that arrive after 8 p.m. on Election Day, reversing the state’s seven-day grace period that had been in place for ballots postmarked by Nov. 3.
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Appeals court rules Minnesota cannot count ballots received after 8 p.m. on Election Day.
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A $265 million public relations campaign to “defeat despair” about the coronavirus was planned partly around the idea that “helping the president will help the country,” according to documents released on Thursday by House investigators. nyti.ms/2GedBD6
Celebrity Vetting and Helping the President to Defeat Coronavirus Despair
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
I talked to Dan Bongino, who is just as confused as everyone else about why he's suddenly the most popular right-wing personality on Facebook. nytimes.com/2020/10/29/tec…
 
At least 140 people drowned when a boat carrying migrants caught fire and capsized on Saturday, hours after it had left Senegal for the Canary Islands.

At least 414 people have died along the route, up from 210 last year, a U.N. agency said.
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At Least 140 Drown in Worst Shipwreck of 2020, U.N. Agency Says
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A sinkhole in the Bronx dropped 33-year-old Leonard Shoulders into an underground vault teeming with rats. 🐀🐀

"He didn’t want to yell because he was afraid there were going to be rats inside his mouth,” his brother told CBS New York.
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New York Nightmare: Man Falls Through Sidewalk Into Rat-Filled Chasm
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Despite efforts from Republican lawmakers that have made it harder for college students to vote, student voting is surging. “We’ve had to exhaust every possible option,” said one young organizer. nyti.ms/3mxQRgP
Student Voting Surges Despite Efforts to Suppress It
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Sen. David Perdue of Georgia withdrew on Thursday from the final debate in his tight re-election race. The move came a day after his Democratic challenger, Jon Ossoff, called him a “crook” and accused him of trying to profit from the pandemic.
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After bitter debate in Georgia, Senator David Perdue cancels third face off with Jon Ossoff.
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
Feel like screaming? I GOT YOU. My deep-dive on how shrieks, howls, wails and more came to be on screen, courtesy of a 😱 *secret contingent of professional screamers* 😱 With audio!! Rages scream, fear screams, rage-fear screams 😡👂🙀🧙‍♀️👿

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Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor, made a video on Cameo telling "Greg" to come home. He did not know the video was meant to address Greg Gianforte, the Republican nominee in Montana’s governor’s race, who is also from New Jersey.
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Chris Christie Makes Cameo Video For Montana Democrat (By Mistake)
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