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Op-Ed: We have one last chance to get the census right, if the White House lets us
As enumerators are set to start knocking on doors, California's response rate is only 64%.
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Former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe tests positive for Covid-19 after house arrest order
The former President, who is currently a senator in Colombia, was ordered to be kept under house arrest on Tuesday, in relation to a case investigating alleged witness tampering.
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Facebook removes Trump post falsely claiming children are 'almost immune' to Covid-19
Facebook on Wednesday said it had removed a post from President Donald Trump's page for containing false claims about Covid-19.
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Jets lineman on decision to opt out of NFL season: 'Our national government has yet to control or contain this virus'
New York Jets offensive lineman Leo Koloamatangi has already made the decision to opt-out of the 2020 NFL season due to the coronavirus pandemic. He lost two family members to the virus, and he currently has a close friend fighting for his life.
foxnews.com
Activist Cori Bush upsets Representative William Lacy Clay in primary
Ten-term Democratic Congressman William Lacy Clay lost his primary to Black Lives Matter protester Cori Bush. St. Louis Public Radio politics correspondent Jason Rosenbaum joined Red and Blue to discuss the upset.
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Returning to our roots: Black Americans are redefining relationship to the land with gardening, farming
For these Black gardeners and farmers, part of the appeal of tending to the soil is a sense of pride and empowerment.       
usatoday.com
President Trump continues to cast doubt on U.S. electoral process
After the Trump campaign and Republican Party sued Nevada over its plan for mail-in voting, President Trump encouraged voters in Florida and Arizona to mail in their 2020 ballots. NPR White House correspondent Franco Ordonez joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss that plus controversies surrounding the president's handling of the coronavirus crisis.
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People are dying after drinking hand sanitizer, CDC says
People are getting sick and even dying after drinking hand sanitizer, perhaps fearing coronavirus, the CDC says.
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Disney Wants You to Pay $30 to Watch Mulan From Home. What Does This Mean for Other Upcoming Blockbusters?
Disney announced it would release Mulan on Sept. 4 on its streaming service for an extra $30. Here's what the move signals about future blockbusters
time.com
Details of comic Jeff Ross’ alleged relationship with underage woman publicized
Jessica Radtke has been publicizing potential evidence of her and Ross' relationship since September.
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Trump's chief of staff explains what Trump will do next if talks fail
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer the measures the President is exploring if the stimulus negotiations fail.
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Ellen DeGeneres’ brother Vance defends the host after she's ‘viciously attacked’: ‘It is all bulls--t’
Ellen DeGeneres' brother is coming to her defense amid reports about the alleged toxic work environment that staffers have had to deal with on her eponymous show. 
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Beirut Prides Itself on Resilience, but How Much Disaster Can One City Take?
A lament for a city.
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Cuomo calls on wealthy New Yorkers to come back to the city: 'I'll buy you a drink!'
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo urged wealthy New Yorkers to return to Manhattan as the coronavirus is now “under control,” to assist the city with the financial burden caused by the pandemic.
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Trump campaign calls for a fourth presidential debate, citing early voting
Donald Trump's presidential campaign called for an additional presidential debate in a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates on Wednesday.
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Former NBA star Dwyane Wade to host, produce new game show: remake of British hit 'The Cube'
Dwyane Wade, three-time NBA champ and 13-time All-Star, will host and produce "The Cube," a high-tech version of "Beat the Clock," in the U.S.        
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Michelle Obama: We need to consider essential workers exactly that — essential
'We've got to stop and think about who is dying from [COVID-19] and who will have trouble recovering,' Michelle Obama says on her new podcast episode.
latimes.com
Columnist on why Joe Biden should pick a Black woman for VP
It's no secret, Black Southern voters have largely supported Joe Biden during his presidential campaign. Boston Globe columnist Renee Graham joins CBSN anchor Tanya Rivero to explain why she believes picking a Black woman as his running mate is so important.
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Beirut explosion reportedly equal to 1,100 tons of TNT
The huge blast that leveled much of Beirut’s port district Tuesday had the impact of 1,100 tons of TNT and the seismic force of a 3.3-magnitude earthquake, according to reports. The explosion in Lebanon’s capital, which killed more than 135 people and injured thousands, was felt as far away as Cyprus nearly 180 miles away...
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Fauci details issues underlining virus crisis
U.S. top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci shocked by death threats and family harassment, details political issues undermining plans public health experts laid out as early as 2005 to beat back pandemics in the country (August 5)       
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Michigan Gov. Whitmer declares racism 'public health crisis,' requires bias training for state employees
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is declaring racism a public health crisis and pursuing initiatives to "eradicate and prevent discrimination and racial inequity" -- including making all state employees undergo "implicit bias training," her office announced Wednesday.
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The Department of Homeland Security says it will replace the military-style uniforms worn by its agents
The remaining federal agents stationed in Portland, Ore., will stop wearing military-style uniforms after calls intensified for federal forces to ditch the camouflage patterns and wear clothing that indicates they are law enforcement officers. 
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Kaley Cuoco on her 'perfectly flawed' 'Flight Attendant'; 'insane, raunchy' Harley Quinn
After 12 seasons of 'The Big Bang Theory,' Kaley Cuoco tries a darkly comedic thriller, producing and starring in HBO Max's 'The Flight Attendant.'        
usatoday.com
Massive fire breaks out at market in Ajman near Dubai
A massive fire broke out Wednesday evening at a market in Ajman, an emirate in the United Arab Emirates located about 30 miles from Dubai.
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Intellivision video game system reboot delayed amid coronavirus pandemic, now due in April 2021
COVID-19 has led the makers of the Intellivision Amico video game system to delay its October launch until April 2021. GameStop is taking preorders.       
usatoday.com
Seth Rogen's 'An American Pickle' dual roles
Seth Rogen stars in dual roles in a new comedy about a man preserved for a century after falling into pickle brine.
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Kanye West's bizarre 'campaign' is designed to help Trump
John Avlon writes that there are a handful of GOP operatives pushing Kanye West's helter-skelter campaign for president, all in an effort to make the rapper a spoiler for President Trump in select states with sizable Black populations.
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Who Is ‘RHOBH’ Star Sutton Stracke’s Ex-Husband?
Stracke was married for 17 years before splitting from her ex, Thibeault Christian Stracke.
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Lady Gaga, talk-show host? 'Gaga Radio' debuts Friday on Apple Music
'Chromatica' was a return to Lady Gaga's dance-pop roots, and the singer is chatting with luminaries about the genre on her new Apple Music show.        
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Over 100 students quarantined in Mississippi school district after several individuals tested positive for Covid-19
Several students in the Corinth School District in Mississippi have been infected with Covid-19 a little over a week after in-person classes resumed.
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Gov. Cuomo issues emergency declaration in NYC after Isaias
"We're taking an all-hands-on-deck approach and activating every resource at our disposal to expedite communities' recovery from the impacts of Tropical Storm Isaias," said Cuomo.
nypost.com
Sports power couple Laura and Josh Rutledge selling NYC condo
The ESPN anchor and former MLB infielder only bought the apartment in November.
nypost.com
You should never microwave tea, scientists say
When it comes to preparing a cup of tea, there’s a right way and a wrong way.
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Sens. Cotton, Blackburn, Loeffler introduce bill to allow concealed carry for prosecutors, federal judges
Sens. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., and Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., introduced a bill Tuesday to allow federal prosecutors and judges to have a concealed carry license. 
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California Labor Commission plans to sue Uber and Lyft for alleged wage theft
Uber and Lyft are facing a new round of legal pressure in their home state of California over how they classify their workers.
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California underreporting coronavirus cases due to technical issues: report
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) on Tuesday announced an underreporting of coronavirus cases due to issues with an electronic laboratory reporting system.
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FBI Raids YouTube Star Jake Paul’s Mansion
Video from local television news helicopters showed agents gathering several rifles from the sprawling property
time.com
CSU Investigating Report Of Failure To Disclose COVID-19 Symptoms In Football Players
Colorado State said it was taking "extremely seriously" accusations that players had been warned against reporting possible symptoms of the coronavirus.
npr.org
WH officials signal relief negotiations will end if agreement not reached by Friday
White House officials signal coronavirus relief negotiations will cease if an agreement is not reached by Friday.
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Nine injured, one critically, in NYC crash involving MTA bus
A crash involving an MTA bus in Brooklyn Wednesday left nine injured — one critically, officials said. A blue Mercury Grand Marquis and gray Lexus RX 300 collided with an MTA bus just after 1:45 p.m. at Clarendon Road and Utica Avenue in East Flatbush, according to the FDNY. The front end of Grand Marquis...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Coroner’ On The CW, About An Anxious Widow Whose New Job As A Toronto Coroner Brings New Challenges
Serinda Swan stars as Dr. Jenny Cooper, a new coroner in Toronto who thinks that her instinct -- and personal traumas -- can help her solve cases.
nypost.com
Republican senators grow anxious over direction of stimulus talks with no deal in sight
Republican senators are increasingly concerned over the state of stimulus negotiations on Capitol Hill. They're frustrated over how long it is taking to reach an agreement and fearful that a deal may not come together at all as the country remains in crisis.
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Did a Ship Abandoned 6 Years Ago Cause the Beirut Explosion?
Abandonments like these are surprisingly common—and tragic.
slate.com
Opinion: Sen. Kelly Loeffler's outrage rings hollow in comparison to WNBA players' activism
Kelly Loeffler, trying to keep her Senate seat, rips WNBA's support of Black Lives Matter. But the players won't be silenced by her pandering.       
usatoday.com
Biden VP search narrows to Kamala Harris and Susan Rice, report says
Joe Biden’s veep pick has reportedly narrowed to two candidates: Sen. Kamala Harris and Susan Rice. According to an Axios report published Wednesday, the Democratic nominee, 77, is holed up in his Delaware home where his campaign is in the final stages of vetting a handful of potential running mates. But people close to Biden...
nypost.com
Trump wants to deliver GOP nomination speech at White House. Is that legal?
When asked about Trump's plans, GOP Senator John Thune said, "I assume that's not something that you could do."
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D.C. public schools chancellor says system working to bring learning back online
With no in-person schooling taking place this fall for Washington, D.C. students, DCPS Chancellor Dr. Lewis Ferebee says they are investing in connectivity and distance learning for their most vulnerable kids.
cbsnews.com
Conservative Lawyers Are Making John Roberts the Boogeyman of the Election
The conservative legal movement must convince voters the Supreme Court is on the brink of liberal control.
slate.com