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Thursday Headlines: Muchly.

Democrats had a fundraising spike following Biden's debate with Trump, receiving close to $8 million between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. / CNBC

On Wednesday, Fox & Friends hosts and guests offered pointers to Trump for the next debate—probably since there was a good chance the president was watching. / The Washington Post

The presidential debate commission says it's changing its format after Tuesday's debacle. / BBC

"It can get much, much, much, much, much, much worse." Why you should convince people to vote. / VICE

Facebook says it will reject ads that make claims of voter fraud or cast doubt on the results of the 2020 election. / CNN

"Don’t expect results election night," "Do call it a coup," and other things you need to know to stop a coup. / Waging Nonviolence

Internal DHS documents show law enforcement officials were directed to make comments sympathetic to Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager charged with murdering two protesters in Kenosha. / NBC News

Citing the stall in federal stimulus, American and United cut 32,000 jobs. / CNN

Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez pull out of next week's New Yorker Festival, in solidarity with magazine staff that plan to picket the event. / The New York Times

The California fire map is updated, and air quality in the Bay Area is "deteriorating significantly." / Newsweek

Video: The Glass Fire as seen by firefighters. / BBC

For researchers, the question is moving from, "Was this event due to climate change?" to, "How was this event changed because of climate change?" / Vox

Amnesty International halts operations in India after the government froze its bank accounts. Indian authorities accuse the organization of illegally routing money to India through its UK branch. / BBC

Despite pleas for peace from both Russia and the US, Armenia and Azerbaijan are nearing war—and Turkey might be drawn in. / Reuters

The UK Home Office considered shipping asylum seekers to remote volcanic islands in the south Atlantic. / Financial Times

Pantone launches a new shade of red as part of a campaign to end the worldwide stigma associated with menstruation. / The Guardian

See also: Watch someone excitedly guess what color freshly mixed paint will be. / Twitter