Britain's largest port, which handles nearly 40% of all containers, is facing a massive backlog of ships as it approaches its busiest time of year: the holiday season

The Port of Felixstowe. Courtesy of the Port of Felixstowe The busiest container port in the UK is dealing with major traffic due to a shortage of drivers. The Port of Felixstowe handles nearly 40% of all containers sent to and from the UK. ITV News reported that some companies are already starting to feel the impacts of the congestion. The largest container port in the UK is taking steps to address increasing cargo congestion but may begin turning incoming ships away if the problem persis...
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Australia: Teenagers charged for killing 14 kangaroos

Locals found an injured baby kangaroo the morning after the slaughter south of Sydney.
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Don Lemon looks back 10 years after coming out

The fifth issue of the DC comic series "Superman: Son of Kal-El" will confirm that the new Superman -- Jon Kent, child of Clark Kent and Lane -- is bisexual. CNN's Don Lemon has more.
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Some GOP officials are urging Republican voters to back Democrats in 2022 to save the party from 'pro-Trump extremists'

Two top Republican officials are urging the GOP's base to vote for Democrats, because "rational Republicans are losing the GOP civil war." (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) Two GOP officials urged voters to make sure "rational Republicans" don't lose the "GOP civil war." The op-ed was written by Miles Taylor, a Trump-era Department of Homeland Security chief of staff, and Christine Todd Whitman, a former Republican Gov. of New Jersey. They highlighted the need to elect a "strong contingent of ...
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Opinion: Getting rid of Jon Gruden was easy. How will NFL root out other bigots?

Jon Gruden is out as Raiders coach, but he is hardly an isolated case. Too many in the NFL still believe they have the only world view that matters.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Western Australian man allegedly set off fake shark warnings with tag removed from great white

A 48-year-old man has been charged by police after allegedly stealing a monitoring tag from a shark he accidentally caughtGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingA Western Australian man allegedly used a monitoring tag he removed from a great white shark to set off fake warnings in the Albany area for nearly a month.The 48-year-old allegedly removed the tag from the shark after accidentally catching it and releasing it alive.Sign up to receive an email with the top stories from Guar...
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Another Facebook whistleblower says she is willing to testify before Congress

Sophie Zhang, who said she felt like she had "blood on her hands" after working at Facebook, is willing to testify before Congress about her former employer, she told CNN Sunday. She said she had also passed on documentation about the company to a US law enforcement agency.
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Former ESPN Commentator Jon Gruden Out as Raiders Coach After Racist and Homophobic Emails Emerge

Former “Monday Night Football” commentator Jon Gruden stepped down as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders  late Monday on the heels of a New York Times report that he repeatedly used homophobic and racist language in emails during his time working for ESPN. “I have resigned as Head Coach of the Las Vegas Raiders,” […]
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The power of a queer Superman

When Jonathan Kent, the new Superman, comes out as bisexual in next month's issue of "Superman: Son of Kal-El," he won't be the first queer superhero. But he will be one of the most visible. As such, Noah Berlatsky writes, Jonathan defies stereotypes about sexuality and masculinity that have shaped the character and the superhero genre for generations.
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Opinion: The power of a queer Superman

When Jonathan Kent, the new Superman, comes out as bisexual in next month's issue of "Superman: Son of Kal-El," he won't be the first queer superhero. But he will be one of the most visible. As such, Jonathan defies stereotypes about sexuality and masculinity that have shaped the character and the superhero genre for generations.
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United States: My Reflections On Examining And Prosecuting Patents In AI For The Last 40 Years - Oblon, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, L.L.P

career includes work in research in artificial intelligence, patent examination at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and patent application preparation and prosecution...
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Matt Amodio’s Historic Run On ‘Jeopardy!’ Ends At 38 Games

Matt Amodio ends his 'Jeopardy' run with 38 wins and more than $1.5 million in prize money.
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Notting Hill Carnival revelers warned not to take Grenfell Tower selfies

Carnival attendees have been asked to avoid taking selfies near Grenfell Tower
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Residents heartbroken that people are taking selfies at the site of the deadly London fire

London residents have posted signs around the site of the Grenfell Tower fire, asking visitors and volunteers to not take selfies with the charred remains of the tower.
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California to enforce 'gender neutral' toy aisles in large stores

The state has become the first in the US to pass the law, which aims to tackle gender stereotypes.
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China says it held beach landing drills in province opposite Taiwan

China's military said on Monday it had carried out beach landing and assault drills in the province directly across the sea from Taiwan, though it did not link the exercises to current tensions with Taipei.
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DOJ asks 5th Circuit to halt Texas abortion ban while case is appealed

The Justice Department on Monday asked the 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals to halt Texas' six-week abortion ban while its suit challenging the new law is appealed.
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Call Kurtis: California Lottery Payout Delays

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Jon Gruden, Raiders coach, resigns as homophobic, misogynistic comments are revealed in emails

Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden has resigned after a report Monday that he had made homophobic and vulgar comments in emails from 2011 to 2018.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Become a Linux pro with this online training package for under $20

Not super familiar with Linux? That's because, only until recent years, Linux was considered a secondary operating system behind Windows and macOS. But these days, this platform proves to be an incredible asset for people working in different fields thanks to the fact that it boasts a higher level of security, its software is easy to install, and it's typically completely free to use (which you can't say about many other operating systems). — Read the rest
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Florida is short more than 5,000 teachers, education group says

Florida's teacher shortage has worsened since the start of the school year, with vacancies for teachers surging to more than 5,000, according to updated data from the Florida Education Association.
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GOP gubernatorial candidate Allen West released from hospital after Covid-19 diagnosis

Allen West, Republican candidate for governor of Texas, announced Monday night that he had been released from Medical City Plano and will be recovering from Covid-19 at home until he tests negative.
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Fiji reopening December 1

Fiji is ready to welcome tourists again by the end of 2021. The island nation had originally intended to reopen its borders to tourists in December, but that date could be moved up as the country's vaccination program continues.
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Jon Gruden has resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders after reports of homophobic, racist and misogynistic emails

Jon Gruden resigned Monday as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders after reports emerged of him using homophobic, racist and misogynistic language in emails while he worked as an ESPN analyst
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Gruden resigned as the Las Vegas Raiders head coach after reports emerged of him using homophobic, racist and misogynistic language in emails

Jon Gruden resigned Monday as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders after reports emerged of him using homophobic and misogynistic language in emails while he worked as an ESPN analyst
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Adele's first IG Live sends social media into a frenzy

In an Instagram Live that set the internet on fire, singer Adele previewed a new song and answered fans' questions.
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Halloween Kills Featurette Explores How You Burn A House Down

"There's going to be a blood spurt from there, do what you will with that information," warns a crewmember.It's another day on the set of "Halloween Kills," the sequel to David Gordon Green's 2018 slasher, "Halloween," itself a direct sequel to John Carpenter's classic 1978 horror film of the same name. The movie made a killing at the box office, cleaning up with over $255 million and shooting to the top of the charts as the highest-grossing entry in the entire franchise. The ground is fertile f...
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Top Facebook digital currency engineers leave for a16z crypto fund

Two of Facebook’s top engineers on its blockchain and digital currency project left the company to join Andreessen Horowitz’s crypto team, the venture capital firm told CNBC on Monday. While Andreessen has been actively investing in crypto and blockchain and made a huge windfall from an early bet on Coinbase, which went public in April, Facebook has yet to show much progress in the space. Morgan Beller, one of the founders of Facebook’s crypto unit, left her position as Novi head of strategy in ...
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Living with Covid is not an option in New Zealand – we need near universal vaccination | John Donne Potter, Graham Le Gros and Rod Jackson

Allowing the virus to become endemic would mean the regular closure of schools and businesses and thousands of deaths each yearAs New Zealand switches from elimination to suppression, those who argue that Covid-19 will become endemic and part of our lives either do not understand or ignore what this would actually mean.Elimination has always been a tricky word because it implies eradication. But we have only ever eradicated one human disease – smallpox – and are close with several others. Contin...
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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says bitcoin is worthless

Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase chairman and CEO, isn’t a fan of bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market value. “I personally think that bitcoin is worthless,” Dimon said during an Institute of International Finance event on Monday, CNBC Pro reported. Recently, he told Axios CEO Jim VandeHei that bitcoin has “No intrinsic value.” And although he thinks bitcoin will be around long term, “I’ve always believed it’ll be made illegal someplace, like China made it illegal, so I think it’s a little b...
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