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  • Yahoo News/YouGov poll: With one week left, Biden's lead over Trump grows to 12 points ? his biggest yet
  • Yahoo News/YouGov poll: With one week left, Biden's lead over Trump grows to 12 points ? his biggest yetBiden's lead is four times the size of Hillary Clinton?s national advantage over Trump at this point in 2016, underscoring how hard it will be for the president to pull off another upset on Election Day.


  • Pennsylvania teen fatally shot while watching sunset in park with girlfriend, authorities say
  • Pennsylvania teen fatally shot while watching sunset in park with girlfriend, authorities sayJason Kutt, the 18-year-old shot at Nockamixon State Park Saturday died from injuries, according to his family.


  • Head of Virginia military academy resigns amid report of racist culture
  • Head of Virginia military academy resigns amid report of racist cultureJ. H. Binford Peay III, who had been the institute's superintendent for 17 years, told its board he was stepping down after learning on Friday that Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and "certain legislative leaders had lost confidence in my leadership ... and desired my resignation." "You have profoundly changed our school for the better," John William Boland, president of the school's Board of Visitors, said in a letter to Peay. Last week, Northam and several top elected officials and lawmakers wrote to the board to express concern "about the clear and appalling culture of ongoing structural racism" at the college.


  • Armed villagers guard strategic gateway to Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Armed villagers guard strategic gateway to Nagorno-KarabakhWearing camouflage and holding Kalashnikov rifles, volunteer villagers patrol a winding river in a Nagorno-Karabakh valley, defending a strategic area between the disputed region's capital and Armenia.


  • Justice Kavanaugh seems to argue no votes should be counted after Election Day. He may get his wish in key states.
  • Justice Kavanaugh seems to argue no votes should be counted after Election Day. He may get his wish in key states.The Supreme Court sided with Republicans in Wisconsin on Monday, ruling 5-3 along ideological lines that Wisconsin can count only those absentee ballots that arrive by Election Day ? even if they were mailed days earlier. Since first-class mail has been taking an average of 10 days to be delivered in the state, Wisconsin's Democratic Party urged mail-in Democrats to hand-deliver their absentee ballots or vote in person.The practical issue involves what happens with Wisconsin's 700,000 outstanding absentee ballots. "But the deeper issue is about the extent to which a ballot should be considered as valid," Phillip Bump writes in The Washington Post. In a factually sloppy concurring opinion, Justice Brett Kavanaugh evidently embraced President Trump's baseless conspiracies about voter fraud and bizarre demand that the winner be announced election night.Many states require absentee ballots to arrive by Election Day because they "want to avoid the chaos and suspicions of impropriety that can ensue if thousands of absentee ballots flow in after election day and potentially flip the results of an election," Kavanaugh wrote. "And those states also want to be able to definitively announce the results of the election on election night, or as soon as possible thereafter."Justice Elena Kagan, in her dissent, noted that "there are no results to 'flip' until all valid votes are counted. And nothing could be more 'suspicio[us]' or 'improp[er]' than refusing to tally votes once the clock strikes 12 on election night."More broadly, Kavanaugh ? and Justice Neil Gorsuch ? embraced late Chief Justice William Rehnquist's concurring opinion in 2000's Bush v. Gore, which invented a legal theory "so radical, so contrary to basic principles of democracy and federalism, that two conservative justices" rejected it, even as they agreed to hand the White House to George W. Bush in what was supposed to be a one-off decision, Mark Joseph Stern writes at Slate.> Kavanaugh favorably cites Bush v. Gore two pages later. So much for "limited to the present circumstances." (Kavanaugh worked on Bush's legal team in that case.) pic.twitter.com/3Q7E9Y6Kiy> > ? Matt Ford (@fordm) October 26, 2020Rehnquist argued that state courts cannot interpret state election laws in federal elections, Stern writes, "a breathtaking assault on state sovereignty" that would transform the Supreme Court "into a national board of elections with veto power over each state's election rules." With Judge Amy Coney Barrett put on the court, the conservatives likely have five votes enact Rehnquist's theory, throwing out ballots in Pennsylvania and North Carolina as well as Wisconsin, he added. "In other words, Barrett's first decisions as a justice may determine the outcome of the election."More stories from theweek.com Republicans are on the verge of a spectacular upside-down achievement The very different emotional lives of Trump and Biden voters The 19 greatest and worst presidential campaign ads of the 2020 election


  • Ryse: Son of Rome - Damocles Trailer
  • Take a look at the legend of Damocles, a Roman centurion who was betrayed and murdered at the hands of corrupt Roman generals, and then returns from the underworld to seek vengeance.

  • Dragon's Dogma à la chasse au reptile
  • Dragon's Dogma nous offre un instant Monster Hunter avec cet affrontement homérique face à un gros cracheur de feu. Est-il encore besoin de le préciser, l'Action-RPG de Capcom sortira en Europe le 25 mai prochain.
  • Assassin's Creed III aussi sur Wii U
  • Tout à sa joie de dévoiler les premières infos sur Assassin's Creed III, Ubisoft confirme le développement du jeu sur Wii U, au même titre que les versions Xbox 360, PS3 et PC. L'éditeur précise que le jeu est en développement depuis trois ans, avec une capacité de production deux fois supérieure à celle des précédents volets ; si Ubisoft Montréal pilote le projet, six autres studios internes sont mis...
  • Halo 4 : 343 présente le multi
  • Après les images publiées en matinée, Microsoft nous offre cette vidéo making-of de Halo 4 réalisée au sein de 343 Industries. Le studio revient sur l'élaboration de ce nouvel épisode, les motivations induites par le scénario tout en présentant au passage quelques-unes des cartes multijoueur. Rouges contre bleus, le conflit séculaire se poursuivra cette année sur Xbox 360, puisque le jeu est normalement prévu pour 2012.
  • Zoom : Assassin's Creed III
  • Réveillés en sursaut il y a quelques jours par la simple annonce de la date de sortie du tant désiré troisième épisode, les fans d'Assassin's Creed sont depuis lors pendus aux lèvres d'Ubisoft, dans l'attente d'informations sur le nouveau chapitre d'une des plus importantes sagas de cette génération. L'heure est donc enfin venue de lever le voile sur Assassin's Creed III, de découvrir l'identité de son héros et, surtout, l'époque...
  • PS+ : Journey avancé d'une semaine
  • Prévu pour le 14 mars, Journey sera disponible une semaine plus tôt pour les titulaires d'un compte PlayStation Plus. Sony Computer Entertainment annonce ainsi la sortie du jeu en téléchargement dès ce mercredi sur PS3, mais uniquement réservée aux quelques privilégiés ayant souscrit un abonnement payant. Une façon comme une autre de pousser les plus impatients au crime. Pour rappel, notre galerie d'images est consultable ici .
  • Test : SSX (Xbox 360)
  • Quand on y pense, les grandes séries de snowboard sur consoles se sont succédées comme des empires. Chaque machine a eu son ère de règne et son cador. On se souvient de Cool Boarders sur PSone, du fantastique 1080° Snowboarding sur Nintendo 64, puis de Amped, la petite claque graphique de l'époque sur Xbox et enfin de SSX, l'extravagant, génération PS2. Mais depuis SSX Blur en 2007, aucun titre n'a...
  • Les sorties jeux vidéo de la semaine
  • Gamekult dresse la liste des titres qui sortiront cette semaine, que ce soit en magasin ou en téléchargement. Cet article récapitulatif est destiné à donner une vue d'ensemble des titres prévus en France sur les diverses plateformes. On espère que vous apprécierez cette autre façon de naviguer dans les jeux qui font l'actualité.