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    John Legend talks new album 'Legend', becoming a father of three

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  • Family vacations in Nashville with matching shirts and Sunday Mugs

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  • How NJ schools are taking climate education beyond science class

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  • How routine anxiety screenings can help American’s mental health

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  • North Korea fires ballistic missile off its East coast into sea

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  • Anti-government protests continue across Iran, at least 41 dead

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  • Over 730 anti-mobilization protesters arrested across Russia

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  • How concerned are US officials about Putin’s nuclear threat?

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  • Fiona strikes Canada in country’s strongest storm in history

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  • Tropical Storm Ian expected to intensify into major hurricane

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  • Ana de Armas on her rise to stardom, portraying Marilyn Monroe

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  • Minnesota family celebrates Grandparent’s Day with Sunday Mugs!

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  • Royal beekeeper informs Queen Elizabeth’s bees of her death

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  • Marsha Hunt, Hollywood actress turned activist, dies at 104

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  • Playing the queen: Helen Mirren, Claire Foy reflect on royal roles

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  • Can Ukraine’s recent liberations lead to a turning point in the war?

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  • Tropical Storm Fiona expected to build into category 1 hurricane

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  • Typhoon remnants flood Alaska, knock homes off foundations

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  • How US’s special relationship with UK will evolve with King Charles

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Hugh Hewitt on Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton: ‘The election isn’t over’

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Radio host Hugh Hewitt tells Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist that Donald Trump needs to stay focused on issues facing the middle class and thinks “remarks about his accusers are best on the side until after the election.” Hewitt says Wikileaks releases do not typically “move a needle,” but adds releasing Hillary Clinton’s private server emails could move poll numbers.