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Top 10 USA News Headlines Today:
1. Biden appears to use prepared list of reporters again following G20 summit in Rome
2. Florida ‘Teacher of the Year’ charged with child abuse against student days after honor: report
A “Teacher of the Year” in Florida was arrested Friday after she allegedly struck a minor in the face–causing a nose bleed–after the student posted a message on Instagram questioning the educator’s selection for the top honor, according to a report.
3. New York City firefighters take medical leave amid looming vaccine sanctions
At least 2,000 New York City firefighters have taken medical leave this past week, which some officials have labeled a protest as unvaccinated municipal workers in the city face the start of sanctions Monday.
4. California man accused of plowing into crowd after argument with woman: report
Police in Southern California said they arrested a man accused of intentionally driving his car into a group of people in Long Beach after an argument with a woman.
5. Halloween party shooting in Texas kills 1, injures 9, police say
At least one person is dead and nine others are injured following a shooting at a Texas Halloween party over the weekend, police said Sunday.
6. Cowboys’ Cooper Rush finds Amari Cooper for juggling catch, sets up game-winning TD
Cooper Rush turned out to be the unsung hero for the Dallas Cowboys as he stepped into the starting quarterback role in place of an injured Dak Prescott on Sunday night.
7. Astros fight back from early Braves grand slam, force Game 6
The Houston Astros stayed alive.
8. Cruz blasts CNN analyst over ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ post
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was quick to criticize a CNN analyst over her post about a Southwest Airlines pilot who is accused of saying “Let’s Go Brandon” over a plane’s intercom system.
9. Colorado officials say 2 children, 2 adults killed in apparent murder-suicide
At least four people are dead following an apparent murder-suicide at a home in Colorado, authorities said Sunday.
10. Mark Levin: Parents being told to ‘sit down and shut up’ as their children are being brainwashed
The United States is heading toward a dangerous embrace of European Marxism, and the Justice Department’s memo seeking to silence parents concerned about critical race theory [CRT] is just one symptom of it, “Life, Liberty & Levin” host Mark Levin said over the weekend.