The 13 Most Insane Things Happening Right Now (10/25)

Look, we get it. You can either get your Hillary Quinn costume done by Halloween or keep up with the news. No reasonable person can be expected to keep up with every headline while maintaining their sanity, so we have taken it upon ourselves to quickly summarize the most important and/or ridiculous news stories from the last week (or so).

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Source: Variety, StarWars.com

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Source: The Guardian

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Source: The Seattle Times

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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Source: CBS News

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Source: Nintendo on YouTube

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Source: Deadline Hollywood

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Source: The New York Times

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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Source: The FBI

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Source: Variety

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Source: CNN

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Source: Fox News

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