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Published Tuesday, October 25, 2016 @ 5:26 AM EDT
Oct 25 2016

On this date in 1962, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Adlai Stevenson, shows photos at a meeting of the United Nations Security Council proving that Soviet missiles are installed in Cuba.

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Among other things, this is also National Greasy Foods Day.

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Florida man arrested after confusing gun with sex toy.

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Some people born on October 25 who said some interesting things: John Berryman, Richard E. Byrd, Henry Steele Commager, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Pablo Picasso, and Minnie Pearl.

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Trump's Gettysburg Address... The Party of Lincoln's nominee returned to the site of his greatest speech, to attack the faith in democratic government that Lincoln so carefully fostered.

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Football Alters the brains of kids as young as eight years old. The journal Radiology cites an imaging study showing that players ages 8 to 13 who have had no concussion symptoms still show changes associated with traumatic brain injury. and youth football participation is plummeting.

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Aside from politics, Saturday Night Live revealed during a game of "Black Jeopard" that Tom Hanks' white working man "Doug" had a lot in common with black contestants.

A: Skinny women can do this for you.

Q: What is not a damn thing?

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The first fentanyl addicts were anesthesiologists. And that's not unusual. 10 to 14 per cent of all physicians will be substance-dependent over their lifetime, and the incidence in anesthesia providers is 2.5 times higher than other physicians, according to a five-year outcome study from 16 physician health programs in the US.

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>p>Despite two recalls, Samsung still doesn't know what caused the now discontinued Galaxy Note 7 to catch fire. The Wall Street Journal wrote that "Samsung's decision to launch its own recall, bypassing the CPSC’s [U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission] formal process for a time, may have prevented regulators from figuring out more about the root cause."

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A study suggests that constant exposure to lies may desensitize the brain to dishonesty. Which, one presumes, explains the success of Fox News and Trump's presidential campaign.

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President Obama nails it in an edition of Jimmy Kimmel's "Mean Tweets."

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