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Actor who played Gunther on 'Friends' has died

James Michael Tyler, best known as the coffee shop manager Gunther on the hit show 'Friends,' died peacefully at his home on Sunday, according to his representative Toni Benson. He was 59.

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'Ted Lasso' is not about what you think

The breakout show of the pandemic has been Apple+'s "Ted Lasso," now just finished with its second season. The titular character, an American college football coach who improbably finds himself coaching the fictional English football club AFC Richmond, seems to exude kindness and optimism. He comes across as a folksy rube at the beginning -- the worst kind of stereotype of Americans abroad -- but during the first season manages to win just about everyone over to his side even in the face of betrayal and disaster. The second season seemed to continue this trajectory, as Ted and those around him confront their inner demons.

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Whistleblower: Facebook will lose money if they fix algorithm. And they know it

The identity of the Facebook whistleblower who released tens of thousands of pages of internal research and documents was revealed on "60 Minutes." CNN's Brian Stelter reports Frances Haugen, the former Facebook product manager who worked on civic integrity issues at the company, says the documents show the company knows its platforms are used to spread hate, violence and misinformation, and that they tried to hide that evidence. Facebook has aggressively pushed back against the reports.

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Richard Branson's new $19,000-a-night island escape

It certainly won't come cheap, but Richard Branson's new private-island getaway in the British Virgin Islands -- where you can stay in a luxurious villa staffed by a private chef and resident manager who creates a "hyper-personalized" itinerary for each guest -- is the stuff of daydreams and bucket lists.

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Office of Management and Budget begins government shutdown prep, just in case

The government is due to run out of funding on September 30 without congressional action, so it's about that time again. When the US government is within seven days of a potential shutdown, no matter the circumstances or state of play in funding negotiations, the Office of Management and Budget begins its standard shutdown planning protocol, reminding government agencies of the steps they should prepare to take.

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Opinion: Justin Trudeau's mistake

In an election few wanted and which ended up as the most expensive in Canadian history, Justin Trudeau, on Monday managed to return his party to the government benches in the House of Commons for the third consecutive time.

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Border Patrol sought extra resources in Del Rio as far back as June, union emails show

As far back as June, Border Patrol agents in Del Rio, Texas, began asking management for additional resources to more rapidly process migrants, but their calls for increased resources appear to have gone unmet until recent days when thousands and thousands of migrants were forced to wait under a bridge near the US-Mexico border.

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Trevor Noah rebukes Sean Hannity's vaccination advice

CNN's Brian Stelter speaks with Renee DiResta, Research Manager at Stanford Internet Observatory, and Yael Eisenstat, Future of Democracy Fellow at the Berggruen Institute, about people at home doing their own research into the Covid-19 vaccines.

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Woodward/Costa book details GOP infighting over how to handle Trump after election loss

In their new book "Peril," Bob Woodward and Robert Costa document how top Republicans struggled to manage Donald Trump's exit from the White House while also trying to convince him to help the party down the road. Filled with scenes of backbiting, temper tantrums, and expletive-filled phone calls, the book depicts a GOP in chaos, desperately trying to preserve its relationship with Trump.

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Opinion: How many deaths can we take?

There needs to be enough immunity in the general population from vaccines or infections for the Covid-19 pandemic to transition to an endemic phase -- similar to manageable diseases like influenza. This growing debate on whether Covid-19 is endemic really rests on what we are "willing to accept," said CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Would we accept annual Covid-19 deaths at a level similar to that from the flu? Can that number be higher? Lower? The answer really depends on where you live.

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