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  1. By nominating Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, President Donald Trump took the first step Saturday toward solidifying a 6-3 conservative majority on the high court, a shift that could usher in sweeping changes to health care, as well as abortion, voting and gun rights. But the moment also served as an overture to female voters as Trump tries to address a historic gender gap in the polls.
  2. President Donald Trump's nomination of federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court has drawn new attention to her association with a Christian group called People of Praise.
  3. Former Vice President Joe Biden talks about President Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court in Wilmington, Delaware.
  4. Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham said Sunday that the committee will approve Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court on October 22, setting up a full Senate vote to send her to the high court by the end of the month.
  5. Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a federal appellate judge and Notre Dame law professor, is a proven conservative with a compelling personal story who has long been atop President Donald Trump's Supreme Court short list.
  6. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday that President Donald Trump is in a "hurry" to confirm his Supreme Court nominee so that the conservative jurist can participate in a highly consequential Obamacare case the court is set to hear days after the election.
  7. • Some young activists aren't excited about Biden-Harris ticket. Here's why • Analysis: What America's European allies want from a Biden presidency
  8. • Jill Biden says her husband is ready for first debate with Trump this week • Here's how the candidates are preparing for the first presidential debate
  9. Grand buildings replete with turrets, picture windows and kitchen gardens. Perfectly manicured lawns. And hundreds of rooms stuffed with antiques and objet d'arts from across the globe.
  10. Harold Wilson led Britain as prime minister for much of the 1960s and a shorter stint in the 1970s. Reputed to be a favorite of Queen Elizabeth II, the pipe-smoking Labour Party leader was a character in the most recent season of "The Crown." Wilson is usually credited with saying, "A week is a long time in politics."
  11. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) says he believes that President Trump will win reelection and that the country will have a peaceful transition of power when Trump finishes his second term.
  12. Ivanka Trump has combined her role as presidential adviser with that of in-demand campaign asset and fundraiser. Much like her father President Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump is of late mingling her two jobs, using trips that highlight her policy portfolio to deliver campaign messaging in strategically selected battleground states.
  13. CNN's John King breaks down how absentee ballots are received and counted in several key states.
  14. • Black Americans voicing their frustration, anger and angst with the tag #sickandtired • Louisville police arrest at least 28 people during fourth night of protests
  15. New polls released Sunday confirm it: Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a clear advantage over President Donald Trump heading into the first debate on Tuesday.
  16. CNN's Fareed Zakaria's discusses President Trump's failure to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election in November and how he could use other branches of the government to retain his position.
  17. President Donald Trump heads into the debate trailing former Vice President Joe Biden. Trump is the first incumbent to be losing in the polls at this point since George H.W. Bush in 1992.
  18. Watch the secret recordings taken by environmentalist watchdogs posing as potential investors that could unravel a controversial mining project in Alaska. CNN's Bill Weir reports.
  19. The Force must have been with a kitten rescued in a Northern California wildfire as the feline bears a striking resemblance to Baby Yoda.
  20. Three railroad employees were suspended without pay for converting a room underneath Grand Central Terminal in New York City into their own personal "man cave."
  21. The tables quickly turned for an 89-year-old pizza delivery driver who received a surprise delivery of his own from "regulars" on his route -- a $12,000 tip.
  22. Can you smelllllll who The Rock is endorsing?
  23. One day last February, a woman walked into a prosecutor's office with a green plastic bin and an astonishing story. For more than an hour, at a conference table with me and two prosecutors from the Major Case Division, Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard listened to Jacque Hollander talk about the Godfather of Soul and his death in Atlanta in 2006. Although his death certificate says James Brown died of a heart attack and fluid in the lungs, at least a dozen other people have said they want an autopsy or a criminal investigation.
  24. BTS, the K-Pop boy band sensation, gave an intimate performance of their latest hit, "Dynamite," for NPR's "Tiny Desk" concert series.
  25. The French Open got off to a wet and chilly start on Sunday, with the former world No.1 Victoria Azarenka walking off court during a lull in proceedings because of the cold weather.
  26. Musician Rick Astley was greeted on BBC's "Breakfast" with an awkward weatherman moment. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
  27. As Florida restaurants and bars enjoyed their first full day of operation without Covid-19 restrictions in months, the mayor of Miami warned that the governor's decision to fully reopen such establishments and to limit local governments' ability to enforce their own restrictions could have devastating consequences.
  28. Since the pandemic officially began in March, we've been told staying home is the best way to avoid catching Covid-19. And it is. But life in confinement can cause physical ailments on its own.
  29. CNN's John King breaks down the latest Covid-19 numbers which show that cases are rising.
  30. Nicholas Gismondi was in the hospital when he found out his older brother, Ralph, had died from the coronavirus April 5.
  31. Persistence pays.
  32. Chilean scientists have rediscovered a species of frog last seen more than 80 years ago, prompting new calls for the conservation of its habitat in the far-flung Chilean desert.
  33. Fossils of a mastodon, a giant prehistoric relative of today's elephants, have been discovered at an artisanal gold mine in central Colombia in a find which researchers say could herald a trove of similar specimens.
  34. You knew watching videos of puppies and kittens felt good but now there's data to back that feeling.
  35. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the pros and cons of being a 6-month-old waterskiing baby.
  36. The pandemic sent the United States into one of the steepest economic contractions in history, but some businesses are pulling through -- and even thriving during this time of adversity. Some are hiring thousands of employees to keep up with their fast-paced growth.

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