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Gus Kenworthy Shares Bruised 'Peach' Pic After 'Really Stupid' Ski Accident

Gus Kenworthy Shares Bruised 'Peach' Pic After 'Really Stupid' Ski Accident

SPORTS | Oct 23, 2020

Gus Kenworthy took to his Instagram Stories Thursday to show a nasty bruise he got on his backside after a "really stupid" ski accident he endured while in Switzerland.

Watch: School District's Proposed LGBTQ Proclamation Draws Parental Support, Objections

Watch: School District's Proposed LGBTQ Proclamation Draws Parental Support, Objections

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 23, 2020

Parents showed up by the dozen to weigh in on a Florida school district's proposed LGBTQ proclamation. Unsurprisingly, the proposal proved to be controversial.

Canadian Teens Protest HS Dress Code by Wearing Skirts to School

Canadian Teens Protest HS Dress Code by Wearing Skirts to School

NATIONAL | Oct 23, 2020

16-year-old Zachary Paulin decided to make a statement about the dress code at the school he attends, Collège Nouvelles Frontières in Gatineau, Quebec, which he saw as discriminatory.

Did Trump Confuse the Public Option With 'Medicare for All'?

Did Trump Confuse the Public Option With 'Medicare for All'?

POLITICS | By Victoria Knight | Oct 23, 2020

During the final presidential debate, President Donald Trump claimed that 180 million people would lose their private health insurance to socialized medicine if the Democratic presidential nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden, is elected president.

Celebrities Unite to Various Get-Out-the-Vote Efforts

Celebrities Unite to Various Get-Out-the-Vote Efforts

POLITICS | By Mark Kennedy | Oct 23, 2020

In the final days before the U.S. election, celebrities from Kerry Washington to Billie Jean King and Danai Gurira are urging Americans to vote. Here are some of the free, nonpartisan efforts:

NBC's Welker Sharp in First Turn as Debate Moderator

NBC's Welker Sharp in First Turn as Debate Moderator

POLITICS | By David Bauder | Oct 23, 2020

Moderator Kristen Welker — with the help of an offstage mute button — helped give Americans the substantive, crackling debate over leadership that had been missing so far during the 2020 presidential campaign.

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