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What's in the $3.5 trillion spending bill?

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CNN’s Tom Foreman takes a look at what’s in the massive tax and spending bill that would expand education, health care and childcare support, address the climate crisis and make further investments in infrastructure.

Fact-checking Kevin McCarthy's claims on government spending under Trump

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Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has repeatedly criticized Democrats for increasing the national debt while arguing that “every amount of money spent in the Trump administration was accounted for” during his presidency. CNN’s Holmes Lybrand breaks down the facts.

Petito case: police under fire

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Police in Moab, Utah are under fire for their response to a domestic dispute between Gabby Petito and her fiancé. Were the officers at fault for letting them go?

'Peril' details Trump's plans before Jan. 6

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Robert Costa details the reporting in ‘Peril’ about White House discussions before the January 6 rally and riot that show the intentions of President Trump to ‘change the course of an election.’

Smerconish: Two presidents, two perils

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Eight months into Biden’s term, while he does not pose a perilous threat to the nation like his predecessor did, he faces political peril - due to a combination of crises.

College gender cap: Women outnumber men 60-40

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Enrollment at U.S. colleges is now 60-40 female - the largest gender gap in our history. NYU Professor Scott Galloway says this means we are producing too many of ‘the most dangerous person in the world: a broke and alone male.’

Will Democrats' divide derail $3.5T spending bill?

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Moderate and progressive Democrats seem unable to agree about the $3.5T spending bill, but House ‘Problem Solver’ caucus member Crissy Houlahan (D-PA) says, ‘It all looks like a disaster until it’s not.’

Is Britney Spears a victim of 'tragic White girl syndrome'?

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This week on “Pop Off,” CNN reporter Lisa Respers France talks all things Britney Spears, from her “Star Search” years to the #FreeBritney movement and her conservatorship battle. Subscribe to Lisa’s “Pop Life Chronicles” newsletter here.

These unique trees transform landscapes and livelihoods

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The longest continental mountain range in the world may be one of the last places you would expect to find a palm tree. High above the foliage of the Andean mountains, Colombia’s National Tree, the wax palm, has been intriguing scientists for decades.

Apocalyptic battle cars from 'Mad Max: Fury Road' up for auction

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Thirteen heavily modified cars used in “Mad Max: Fury Road” are under the gavel at Lloyd’s Auction for fans of the post-apocalyptic 2015 film. Super-turbo charged and armed with weaponry, Lloyd’s says it’s the “greatest barn-find ever recorded.”

Behind the scenes of Anderson Cooper Full Circle

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Anderson Cooper Full Circle is nominated for an Emmy! We broadcast the show with every team-member remote and are nominated for the category of “Outstanding Technical Achievement.” Anderson takes viewers behind the scenes.

South African minister speaks out against UK's Covid arrivals rules

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CNN’s Larry Madowo speaks with Naledi Pandor, South Africa’s Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, about her reaction to the UK keeping South Africa on its red list for arrivals as of October 4, 2021. This means that travelers arriving from South Africa - regardless of their vaccinations status - will face onerous entry requirements, including a mandatory minimum 10-day hotel quarantine at a cost of more than $3,000.

Game On: 'LEGO Star Wars Battles'

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Engage in battle with LEGO minifigures in galaxy far, far away in a game exclusively on Apple Arcade. Rick Damigella reports.

Body finally identified as missing grad student Jelani Day

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A body found in a river in early September has finally been identified as missing 25-year-old graduate student Jelani Day. His mother Carmen Bolden Day spoke to CNN about how she learned her son’s body had been identified. She says authorities should have worked harder to find her son, who was first reported missing on August 25 in Bloomington, Illinois.

Biden says scene at the southern boarder is 'horrible'

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President Joe Biden says he takes responsibility for the the situation at the southern border of the United States and says there will be consequences for the images of US border agents, mounted on horseback, trying to head off migrants.

Movies: Jake Gyllenhaal in 'The Guilty'

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Antoine Fuqua directs Gyllenhaal in a film where he shares the screen with voices on the other end of the phone. Rick Damigella reports.

China's cryptocurrency crackdown intensifies

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Chinese government agencies said that all cryptocurrency-related business activities are illegal. CNN’s Clare Sebastian reports on the latest measures to counter risks posed by digital currencies.

Sham Arizona audit restates Trump lost. But it may have succeeded in another way

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Donald Trump’s effort to destroy confidence in US elections suffered a serious setback after a draft of the sham review ordered by Arizona Republicans confirmed that he had lost to President Joe Biden in the state’s critical Maricopa County. CNN’s John Avlon and Harry Enten break down the consequences of the audit.

Emma Hayes advocates for more equality in football

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Emma Hayes is one of the most successful coaches in world football, but as a woman, she’s known what it’s like to feel discrimination. Speaking exclusively to CNN for the launch of Chelsea’s No To Hate campaign, she’s sent a stark warning about the potential consequences of the online abuse that her players receive.

Jess Carter and Magdalena Eriksson: Chelsea stars discuss taking the knee

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Chelsea have launched a campaign to tackle racism and discrimination, as the European Champions try to make the sport a more inclusive and welcoming environment. CNN’s Amanda Davies spoke with women’s football stars Jess Carter and Magdalena Eriksson about the club’s “No To Hate” campaign and how they deal with abuse on social media.