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Amazon announced not one, not six, but more than a dozen devices for its Alexa voice assistant, including a microwave https://t.co/rFwm3Us1Va

The global regulator of drugs in sports voted to allow Russia to resume testing its athletes for performance-enhancing drugs, despite an outcry from athletes and watchdogs https://t.co/vuTo69K2lX

Under the influence of MDMA, octopuses seemed to become more social. They even tried to hug pot that contained another octopus. https://t.co/6NNfFxBgqV

Evening Briefing: Here's what you need to know at the end of the day https://t.co/a01RT3tXTl

Breaking News: Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, said an FBI investigation should be a "first step" before she agrees to testify https://t.co/P4bSGjVL4Q

Julie Chen, who has co-hosted the CBS show “The Talk” since it began almost a decade ago, announced Tuesday that she would leave the program https://t.co/b1cXw9O3VM

Trump administration formally weakens Obama-era methane standards for oil and gas development on public lands https://t.co/a5O6MZJZgo

Evening Briefing: Here's what you need to know at the end of the day https://t.co/VtbyyTO2sQ

Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri is playing to tough audiences these days as she faces the political fight of her life https://t.co/YZP6Aa3lzG

In Opinion Anita Hill writes: "As Judge Kavanaugh stands to gain the lifetime privilege of serving on the country's highest court, he has the burden of persuasion. And that is only fair." https://t.co/fRayutfB8f

"We encourage people to not cross any bodies of water because that is what's getting people injured and killed," said Scott Dean, who oversees a search-and-rescue task force conducting a reconnaissance mission in South Carolina https://t.co/ahAfebpJzQ

Morning Briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day https://t.co/O5BE6biRoL https://t.co/w1nD2DKtBI

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Moscow angrily blamed the Israeli military for what appeared to be a case of friendly fire https://t.co/DB94It7oFe

Will the Emmys be a battle of former champions? Eyes are on “Game of Thrones” and “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Live updates: https://t.co/biUGfhoe25

Surging floodwaters from Florence swept away part of a retaining wall holding back a pond of coal ash and have also overrun several lagoons of pig waste in North Carolina https://t.co/jgjPFnRYRf

Evening Briefing: Here's what you need to know at the end of the day https://t.co/rh4cZKwrWi

A man was killed by a shark off Cape Cod over the weekend in the first fatal shark attack in Massachusetts since 1936 https://t.co/SCJex7BrhT

Eliud Kipchoge, who is widely regarded as the most dominant distance runner of the modern era, broke the world record for the marathon by more than a minute in Berlin on Sunday https://t.co/Qw5xPxgJZD

See inside Typhoon Mangkhut in 3-D https://t.co/v8yLCgjxOy https://t.co/W4MgffJfDn

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Morning Briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day https://t.co/RLfhCySdeL https://t.co/A1piAVisgv

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While Petah Coyne's work has always intermingled ideas of beauty and death, the current exhibition has taken a more elegiac turn https://t.co/jwhD6vJNKG

Until last month, no solo artist had recorded the 70-piece Thelonious Monk songbook, the most plundered body of work in jazz https://t.co/VmBY0ZkmQG

Maori Language, Once Shunned, Is Having a Renaissance in New Zealand https://t.co/hdZdx1RFFg

The death toll from Florence rose to at least 16 in North and South Carolina. The storm has “never been more dangerous than it is right now,” Gov. Roy Cooper said. https://t.co/ZdjYwxuvq9

"Black Panther," "A Star Is Born," "The Favourite," "First Man" — now that the fall film festivals have wrapped, our new Carpetbagger explains what to expect this awards season. https://t.co/7q39oXzIHl

In Rwanda, untreated strep throat can evolve into a life-threatening heart condition. A team of doctors travels there each year to try and save a handful of young patients. These are their stories. https://t.co/cUnCpJWdVb

Reporter @nytDeniseGrady unexpectedly played a small role in saving one patient's life as she reported on a team of doctors' efforts to provide surgery for young people in Rwanda with rheumatic heart disease https://t.co/nB6zYGq2IJ

How a Ukrainian Hairdresser Became a Front for Paul Manafort https://t.co/OjXrjhQTtN

For many, the American dream is now out of reach. It's increasingly a nation of renters. https://t.co/aEY4rvYrJV

"The cookies that called to me were so distinctive that even though they were on a back counter, I spotted them through an open door" https://t.co/lGO8ONeDj3

U.S. unemployment is down and jobs are going unfilled. But America’s tremendous economic growth has not led to broad social uplift. Instead, workers are being shut out of the profits they are helping to generate. https://t.co/KHy3pqarCj

When you throw trillions of dollars at rescuing a financial system that most people don’t like very much in the first place, the result isn’t relief. It’s anger. https://t.co/Qvl7f6pFJQ

The Volkswagen Beetle is set to become a thing of the past — Volkswagen said this week that it would end production of the vehicle in July 2019 https://t.co/IUnYbppU5g

The 2018 midterms have broken the record for the number of female candidates who ran for House and Senate. Come January, will there be a record-breaking surge of women in office? https://t.co/vOMTDowhun

The debacle at the U.S. Open was a microcosm of what women face at work daily: being penalized for expressing emotion (Serena Williams), and apologizing for their success (Naomi Osaka), @Maya__Salam writes https://t.co/JUGBV9H0wd

Super Typhoon Mangkhut, the equivalent of a Category 5 hurricane, churns its way toward the northern Philippines https://t.co/BP1Jddy99x

"If this doesn't prove that political currency is people over money, I do not know what does," said Alessandra Biaggi, who defeated Senator Jeffrey Klein in the New York primary https://t.co/tN65D9IG5R

Morning Briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day https://t.co/eNqoTXM3aE https://t.co/wIoK9YS4U1

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Curious why Mangkhut is called a typhoon while Florence is called a hurricane? It’s all about location. https://t.co/jPu6Ezm3D0

Acknowledging that the separation of migrant families along the border may have compromised their rights to asylum, the government has agreed to allow a second chance for up to 1,000 migrants who had been facing deportation https://t.co/7VmIb2wTqS

The man who made wildly imaginative, gloriously disobedient buildings https://t.co/kR2Cdu4zjU

A teenager created a tool that placed users’ entire Google location histories on an intensely color-coded map. Among other things, people used the tool to track whether their spouses were cheating. https://t.co/6yEZTaz3qw

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