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Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - October 20 2023


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Americans split on U.S. responsibility to ensure peace in the Middle East

New ABC News/Ipsos poll finds slim majority feel U.S. has a responsibility to protect Israeli citizens; two in five feel the same regarding Palestinian citizens

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Most Americans don’t closely follow professional or college sports

For all the fanfare surrounding professional and college sports, most Americans do not closely follow or often talk about them, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. About six-in-ten Americans (62%) say they follow professional or college sports not too or not at all closely. Another 21% say they follow sports somewhat closely, while just 16% follow them extremely or very closely, according to the August survey of 11,945 U.S. adults.

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Americans would rather inherit a pet from a loved one than a car

Americans would rather inherit a pet from a loved one than a car, according to new research.

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The new world's hottest pepper

Ed Currie, the South Carolina hot pepper expert who crossbred and grew the Carolina Reaper that's hotter than most pepper sprays police use to subdue unruly criminals, has broken his own world record with a pepper that's three times hotter. Pepper X was publicly named the hottest pepper in the world on Oct. 9 by the Guinness Book of World Records, beating out the Reaper in Currie's decade-long hunt to perfect a pepper that he says provides "immediate, brutal heat."

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