The top 10 DVD rentals at Redbox kiosks for the week of Oct. 17:
1. Bullet Train — Sony
The top 10 DVD rentals at Redbox kiosks for the week of Oct. 17:
1. Bullet Train — Sony
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DALLAS — Perhaps no one has more closely followed Luka Doncic’s NBA trajectory than Orlando coach Jamahl Mosley, who as a Mavericks assistant was Doncic’s primary developmental coach during his first three seasons

For the fifth time in four years, Israelis went to the polls, and once again, no clear victor immediately emerged. Exit polls by Israeli media gave former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his nationalist and religious allies a slight edge early Wednesday, but the final tally could change as the official count is conducted. Already, there is talk that a small Arab party could play spoiler. That would leave Netanyahu and his opponents evenly split in Israel’s Knesset, or parliament. Such a scenario would also put the country on track for yet another election early next year. Meanwhile, a Jewish ultranationalist faction emerged as the third-largest party in Israel's parliament, the Knesset

Canada has unveiled plans for a big increase in the number of immigrants entering the country, with a goal of seeing 500,000 people arrive each year by 2025 as it seeks to address a critical labor shortage. Immigration Minister Sean Fraser revealed the new plan which puts a heavy emphasis on admitting more permanent residents with needed work skills and experience. The new plan envisions a flood of new arrivals that will see 465,000 people come in from outside the country in 2023, rising to 500,000 in 2025. By comparison, the immigration department says 405,000 permanent residents were admitted last year

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South Korea’s Jointof Staff say North Korea has fired a ballistic missile toward sea Wednesday, but gave no further details like how far it flew. The launch came hours after North Korea issued a veiled threat to use nuclear weapons to get the U.S. and South Korea to “pay the mostprice in history” — an escalation of its fiery rhetoric targeting the ongoing large-scale military drills between its rivals. North Korea has argued its recent weapons tests were meant to issue a warning to Washington and Seoul over their series of joint military drills that it views as an invasion rehearsal. This week’s exercises include about 240 warplanes

The presidents of Colombia and Venezuela have met and say they will improve trade and security cooperation, as both countries seek to normalize relations following the election of Colombia’s first leftist leader. After the meeting in Venezuela’s presidential palace, Colombian president Gustavo Petro said that it was “suicidal” for the governments of Venezuela and Colombia to have become estranged from each other recently, and added that the border between both countries had been forgotten and “turned over” to criminal mafias. Colombia’s president said both countries would now look for ways to share intelligence on drug trafficking groups

PHILADELPHIA — Pennsylvania counties must segregate and not count mail ballots with missing or incorrect dates, the state Supreme Court said Tuesday, in a ruling that could affect thousands of votes in November’s midterm elections

PHILADELPHIA —ballots didn’t cost Joe Biden the 2020 election. That doesn’t mean Democrats are in the clear this year

Food writer Julie Powell, who became an internet darling after blogging for a year about making every recipe in Julia Child’s “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” leading to a book deal and a film adaptation, has died. She was 49. Powell died of cardiac arrest Oct. 26 at her home in upstate New York. Powell’s 2005 book “Julie & Julia: 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen” became the hit, Nora Ephron-directed film “Julie & Julia,” with the author portrayed in the movie by Amy Adams. Her sophomore effort — titled “Cleaving: A Story of Marriage, Meat and Obsession” — was a bit jarring, dealing with an affair


Election officials say some Tennessee voters have cast ballots in the wrong congressional district in Nashville — a city that Republican lawmakers carved three ways during redistricting in hopes of flipping a Democratic seat. At least one precinct has been affected, which includes the 7th Congressional contest that pits a Black Democratic candidate, Odessa Kelly, against Republican U.S. Rep. Mark Green. Some voters relied on interactive maps from the comptroller’s office and the Legislature, only to find later that the secretary of state’s office lists them as in the 6th District. That means an unknown number of voters have cast ballots in the wrong congressional race. That is according to Davidson County election administrator Jeff Roberts

Club Brugge missed out on winning its Champions League group with a 0-0 draw at Bayer Leverkusen. Brugge had already secured a place in the last 16 as the first Belgian club to reach the knockout stages since Gent in 2015-16. The draw with Leverkusen meant that Brugge missed out on becoming the first team from Belgium to win a Champions League group since Anderlecht 22 years ago. Leverkusen placed third and heads to the Europa League ahead of Atlético. Canadian winger Tajon Buchanan came close to scoring for Brugge when he hit a shot against the crossbar

MIAMI — Prosecutors on Tuesday released video of the beating of a Republican canvasser in Hialeah, as a judge set a hearing that may feature the victim testifying in open court

Sports ruled the day again in the Nielsen company's list of the most popular programs in prime-time television. NBC's Sunday night football game, this week matching Green Bay and Buffalo, led the way with just under 20 million viewers. The World Series between Philadelphia and Houston started with two games seen by around 11 million people. For Fox, it was good news that the two teams split the opening games, since a World Series only tends to gain television momentum when it goes longer. The most popular scripted show for the week was CBS' “Young Sheldon,” seen by roughly seven million people on Thursday night

Migos rapper Takeoff died early Tuesday in a shooting outside a bowling alley in Houston. He was 28

The presidents of Colombia and Venezuela have met and say they will improve trade and security cooperation, as both countries seek to normalize relations following the election of Colombia’s first leftist leader. After the meeting in Venezuela’s presidential palace, Colombian president Gustavo Petro said that it was “suicidal” for the governments of Venezuela and Colombia to have become estranged from each other recently, and added that the border between both countries had been forgotten and “turned over” to criminal mafias. Colombia’s president said both countries would now look for ways to share intelligence on drug trafficking groups

PHILADELPHIA — Pennsylvania counties must segregate and not count mail ballots with missing or incorrect dates, the state Supreme Court said Tuesday, in a ruling that could affect thousands of votes in November’s midterm elections


PHILADELPHIA —ballots didn’t cost Joe Biden the 2020 election. That doesn’t mean Democrats are in the clear this year

Food writer Julie Powell, who became an internet darling after blogging for a year about making every recipe in Julia Child’s “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” leading to a book deal and a film adaptation, has died. She was 49. Powell died of cardiac arrest Oct. 26 at her home in upstate New York. Powell’s 2005 book “Julie & Julia: 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen” became the hit, Nora Ephron-directed film “Julie & Julia,” with the author portrayed in the movie by Amy Adams. Her sophomore effort — titled “Cleaving: A Story of Marriage, Meat and Obsession” — was a bit jarring, dealing with an affair

Defending champion Novak Djokovic started his chase for a record-extending 39th Masters title by beating Maxime Cressy of the United States 7-6 (1), 6-4 in the second round of the Paris Masters. Cressy saved three break points in the eighth game but then hit two double-faults in the tiebreaker, which Djokovic won with an ace. Cressy also double-faulted at 4-4 in the second set to hand two break points to Djokovic, who broke with a forehand return winner. The Serb converted his first match point with a backhand volley. Earlier, Andrey Rublev improved his chances of qualifying for the ATP Finals by cruising past John Isner 6-2, 6-3

Election officials say some Tennessee voters have cast ballots in the wrong congressional district in Nashville — a city that Republican lawmakers carved three ways during redistricting in hopes of flipping a Democratic seat. At least one precinct has been affected, which includes the 7th Congressional contest that pits a Black Democratic candidate, Odessa Kelly, against Republican U.S. Rep. Mark Green. Some voters relied on interactive maps from the comptroller’s office and the Legislature, only to find later that the secretary of state’s office lists them as in the 6th District. That means an unknown number of voters have cast ballots in the wrong congressional race. That is according to Davidson County election administrator Jeff Roberts

Club Brugge missed out on winning its Champions League group with a 0-0 draw at Bayer Leverkusen. Brugge had already secured a place in the last 16 as the first Belgian club to reach the knockout stages since Gent in 2015-16. The draw with Leverkusen meant that Brugge missed out on becoming the first team from Belgium to win a Champions League group since Anderlecht 22 years ago. Leverkusen placed third and heads to the Europa League ahead of Atlético. Canadian winger Tajon Buchanan came close to scoring for Brugge when he hit a shot against the crossbar

MIAMI — Prosecutors on Tuesday released video of the beating of a Republican canvasser in Hialeah, as a judge set a hearing that may feature the victim testifying in open court

Sports ruled the day again in the Nielsen company's list of the most popular programs in prime-time television. NBC's Sunday night football game, this week matching Green Bay and Buffalo, led the way with just under 20 million viewers. The World Series between Philadelphia and Houston started with two games seen by around 11 million people. For Fox, it was good news that the two teams split the opening games, since a World Series only tends to gain television momentum when it goes longer. The most popular scripted show for the week was CBS' “Young Sheldon,” seen by roughly seven million people on Thursday night

Alabama voters on Nov. 8 will decide whether to striplanguage from the state constitution. They will also vote on 10 constitutional amendments. The ratification vote follows a yearslong effort. It deletes repealed and redundant provisions and reorganizes the sprawling document. One amendment is aimed at giving judges more discretion to deny bail to people charged with violent crimes. Another would require governors to give notice before commuting a death sentence

Elizabeth Meizoso was a happy toddler who liked to pose with hersunglasses. She is seen dressed all inwith a bow headband in one picture. In another, she is driving a toy red car. Smiling relatives hold her while taking selfies posted on Facebook. She had just turned two in August

BALTIMORE — The author of the decades-old handwritten note Baltimore prosecutors cited as central to their argument to overturn Adnan Syed’s murder conviction in September now says his note was misinterpreted

Prosecutors say two Iowa teenagerstheir high school Spanish teacher last year because of frustration over a bad grade. It's the first time prosecutors have revealed a possible motive. It came in court documents filed Tuesday. Willard Miller and classmate Jeremy Goodale are charged with murdering teacher Nohema Graber in the small town of Fairfield. Court documents were filed ahead of a hearing Wednesday where a judge will hear arguments on whether to suppress any of the evidence against Miller and Goodale, who were 16 when Graber wasin November 2021

President Joe Biden met with supporters at a Hallandale Beach community center on Tuesday afternoon, touting Democratic support for Social Security and Medicare


The San Francisco 49ers have traded running back Jeff Wilson Jr. to the Miami Dolphins for a fifth-round pick. The Niners had a surplus at running back after trading for Christian McCaffrey last month and with Week 1 starter Elijah Mitchell expected to return after the bye week from a knee injury. So they managed to recoup a draft pick after trading away four of them for McCaffrey and reunited Wilson with Miami coach Mike McDaniel

President Joe Biden took his own playful swing at Philly’s infamously ornery sports fans, including one real close to home. Biden called Philadelphia Phillies supporters “the most virulent, obnoxious fans in the world” while campaigning in Florida. Biden grew up in Pennsylvania. He made his remarks hours before the Philadelphia Phillies hosted the Houston Astros in Game 3 of the World Series. First lady Jill Biden wasn’t on the campaign trail with her husband in Florida. She’s set to attend Game 4 of the World Series at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday night. The president often kids about his wife being “a Philly girl” and her rooting interests in the local teams

Court filing: Alleged Pelosi attacker was on 'suicide mission,' planned to target other California, federal politicians

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has quietly ended his litigation challenging the constitutionality of a powerful state commission that scrutinizes state agency rules, days before it was heading to court. Cooper’s private attorneys filed paperwork late last week dismissing his August 2020 lawsuit against Republican legislative leaders. A key hearing had been scheduled for Nov. 9. A Cooper spokesperson said Tuesday the governor's office couldagain on this issue later. The 10-member commission is chosen by House speaker and Senate president pro tempore and decides whether to approve or reject agency rules to carry out the details of state law

Saudi Arabia has shared intelligence with American officials that suggests Iran could be preparing for an imminent attack on the kingdom. That's according to three U.S. officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The heightened concerns about a potential attack on Saudi Arabia come as the Biden administration is criticizing Tehran for its ongoing crackdown on protests and condemning it for sending hundreds of drones to Russia for use in its war in Ukraine. One of the officials who confirmed the intelligence sharing describes it as a credible threat of an attack “soon or within 48 hours.” The Pentagon press secretary says U.S. military officials “are concerned about the threat situation in the region.”

A pickup truck breaking down on the street turns into a blessing of sorts in “Causeway,” a new, gentle Apple TV+ drama starring Jennifer Lawrence. She plays a military engineer recovering in her native New Orleans after a debilitatinginjury suffered in Afghanistan when her engine starts smoking. By chance, she pulls into an auto repair shop and finds another damaged soul — a mechanic living the aftereffects of a car accident. “Causeway,” directed by Lila Neugebauer, sounds more manipulative and manufactured than it is. At it’s best, it’s a quietly affective portrait of unlikely friends hoping they can help each other make it to shore

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Pennsylvania's high court says officials aren't allowed to count votes from mail-in or absentee ballots that lack accurate, handwritten dates on their return envelopes. The state Supreme Court made the unanimous ruling Tuesday. That's one week before tabulation will begin in races for governor, the U.S. Senate and the state Legislature. The court is directing county boards of elections to “segregate and preserve” those ballots. Pennsylvania counties have reported receiving more than 850,000 completed mail-in ballots from the roughly 1.4 million that voters have requested. About 70% of requests have come from Democrats and about 20% from Republicans

Days after taking over Twitter and a week before the U.S. midterm elections, billionaire Elon Musk has positioned himself as moderator-in-chief of one of the most important social media platforms in American politics. Musk has said he won’t make major decisions about content or restoring banned accounts before setting up a “content moderation council” with diverse viewpoints. But his own behavior as a prolific tweeter has signaled otherwise. He’s engaged directly with figures on the political right who are appealing forrestrictions. Those include a Republican candidate for Arizona secretary of state who credits Musk for enabling him to begin tweeting again after his account was briefly suspended Monday

CHICAGO — Former Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan didn’t say a word during his first arraignment on federal racketeering charges in March.