Midterm media coverage: A night in search of a narrative

For news organizations covering the midterm election, it was a night in search of a narrative

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Sunday night NFL tilt leads in week’s television ratings

NBC had an attractive Sunday night football matchup between NFC East contenders Dallas and Philadelphia this week, and were rewarded in the television ratings

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Monkeypox cases in US fall, hit lowest level since June: CDC

Monkeypox cases are continuing to decline in the United States as the outbreak keeps showing signs of receding. As of Oct. 12, the U.S. recorded a seven-day average of 60…

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Harris in late-night TV gig pushes voting, laments no emojis

Kamala Harris used her first late-night network TV appearance since becoming vice president to reflect on how her life has changed since she got the job — including a shortage of emojis

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Review: ‘The Fall Guy’ accurately portrays police procedures

In “Fall Guy,” Archer Mayor’s 33rd novel featuring law man Joe Gunther, a Mercedes stolen a few days earlier in New Hampshire is found abandoned in Vermont

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Fall Preview: Billy Eichner and ‘Bros’ remake the rom-com

In the classic format of an adult, R-rated rom-com, Billy Eichner’s coming film “Bros” depicts an uncommonly honest and insightful portrait of life as a single gay man

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After fall of Roe, California expands abortion protections

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The California Legislature wrapped up its work on Wednesday after approving more than a dozen bills to make it easier for people to get an abortion, a…

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Fall Preview: ‘The Woman King’ comes for the throne

When “The Woman King” rises up in theaters on Sept. 16, it will emerge as a potent force on a movie landscape that has seldom seen something like it

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Fall Movie Calendar: From ‘Blonde’ to ‘Wakanda Forever’

A rundown of notable films coming out this fall, which range from Disney+’s “Pinocchio” adaptation to Ana de Armas playing Marilyn Monroe in the Netflix film “Blonde.”

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