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Champions League-finalen skulle have været spillet 30. maj i Istanbul, Tyrkiet.
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Former Encino home of actress Maureen O'Hara finds a buyer
A Midcentury home owned in the '90s by late Hollywood star Maureen O'Hara just sold in Encino for $1.505 million.
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Sharon Stone is writing a memoir
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Uber and Lyft shares sink after judge says drivers are employees
Shares of Uber and Lyft were down Tuesday morning following a California judge’s order that the ride-hailing giants should classify their drivers as employees instead of as independent contractors. The ruling was a major blow for the tech giants in their largest market. Uber and Lyft have been accused of violating California’s Assembly Bill 5,...
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Daisy Coleman feared stalker, filed harassment complaint day she died
Sex assault advocate Daisy Coleman spent months living in fear of a stalker — and had filed a harassment complaint just hours before her suicide, according to reports. Coleman, who shared her own rape ordeal in the Netflix documentary “Audrie & Daisy,” had detailed the alleged harassment that started in December in social media posts...
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Joe Biden naming vice presidential staff ahead of revealing running mate
Joe Biden's presidential campaign has assigned nine aides to his future running mate's staff as he prepares for her reveal.
Death toll rises to 2 in Baltimore gas explosion
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Al Roker to undergo shoulder replacement surgery for arthritis; will take break from 'Today' show
Al Roker will undergo total shoulder replacement surgery Wednesday for arthritis, he announced Tuesday on the "Today" show.
Uber, Lyft must classify drivers as employees in California
Legal ruling could force ride-share giants to abandon their use of independent contractors in the state.
Teaching your children about personal finance
Research shows money habits are set by the age of seven. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger discusses how to teach children to be financially literate and when to introduce them to various concepts surrounding money.
State Dept watchdog finds Saudi arms sale was legal but risks to civilians weren't fully assessed
A report from the State Department's watchdog found the agency complied with legal requirements in declaring an emergency to sell billions of dollars of arms to Gulf allies, but did not fully assess the risks to civilians associated with that sale.
Meeting hell has gotten worse. These companies are fighting back
A recent report shows the average length of meetings has dropped 20% compared to pre-pandemic levels. But the number of meetings increased by 13%, the report also found.
New York man's humorous obituary gives serious warning: 'Don't be a dumb—'
Life is precious – so make it count.
Al Roker to undergo shoulder surgery this week
"It's not bad during the day, but at night, it's an intense pain that literally wakes me up," Roker explained.
Tom Cotton on Seattle police chief resigning: A lot of left-wing politicians living in 'fantasy land'
“A lot of politicians live in fantasy land,” Sen. Tom Cotton said on Tuesday, reacting to the Seattle police chief resigning from her post after the city voted to defund the police department.
Boeing loses more jet orders
Boeing lost orders for another 43 jets in July. But that's actually an improvement for the troubled aircraft maker's order book.
Lifelike robotic pets are helping isolated seniors avoid loneliness
For some, limiting the spread of coronavirus has meant long periods of isolation. And for older adults -- who are among the most vulnerable to the illness -- that social distancing has come at a particular cost.
Martin Scorsese’s Sikelia Productions Inks Film and Television Deal with Apple
The deal kicks off with Killers of the Flower Moon, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro.
Southern Arkansas University shooting in campus parking lot kills student, officials says
A Southern Arkansas University student was killed and another wounded in an early Tuesday shooting in a campus parking lot, the school said.
Selena Gomez announces virtual movie premiere for 'This Is the Year'
Selena Gomez is inviting everyone to a virtual premiere for her upcoming new movie, "This Is The Year."
NYPD accused of creating "glass ceiling" for women in force
Lori Pollock has suffered mental anguish, extreme stress, humiliation and damage to her reputation, the lawsuit says.
Last surviving Blockbuster in Oregon will soon be available to rent on Airbnb
In a clear indication that America has gone completely stir-crazy, the residents of Deschutes County, Oregon, will now compete to fall asleep in front of a TV at their local Blockbuster, rather than on their own couch.
Shooting outside Los Angeles-area warehouse rented for filming leaves 5 injured
Five people were wounded in a shooting outside a warehouse in a Los Angeles neighborhood early Tuesday that investigators believe was gang related, authorities said.
Earthquake in North Carolina leaves behind 'big' crack in hill, aftershocks reported
When the most powerful earthquake to rattle North Carolina in more than 100 years shook much of the state on Sunday, the temblor apparently left its mark on one hillside.
A ‘terror crocodile’ with teeth the ‘size of bananas’ once roamed the US: study
The Deinosuchus grew up to 33 feet in length, about the size of a city bus.
Liberty University names acting president after Jerry Falwell Jr. placed on leave
Liberty University has chosen Dr. Jerry Prevo, chairman of the school's board of trustees, as its acting president after placing longtime President Jerry Falwell Jr. on indefinite leave.
Hong Kong newspaper vows to 'fight on' following arrest of media tycoon
Roughly 24 hours after Lai was nabbed by authorities, the front page of Apple Daily, a tabloid operated by Next Digital that often condemns China’s Communist Party-led government, featured an image of Jimmy Lai in handcuffs.
More grocery chains recall onions over salmonella risks
Some Trader Joe's and Ralph's stores sold vegetable possibly linked to hundreds of illnesses around the U.S.
These social-distancing-friendly, multigenerational family trips will appeal to the whole family
Five spots around the country that have something for grandparents, parents and kids – and let you practice social distancing.
Trump ushered out of White House briefing after nearby shooting
The Secret Service ushered President Trump out of a White House briefing on Monday due to a nearby shooting. CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy joins CBSN to talk about what happened.
Knicks hire Kentucky’s Kenny Payne as first addition to Tom Thibodeau’s staff
The Knicks confirmed Kenny Payne as the first addition to Tom Thibodeau’s new coaching staff, prying away John Calipari’s longtime right-hand man and bringing him from Kentucky to the Garden. “I’m thrilled that Kenny has joined my staff as an assistant coach. He has an outstanding ability to forge relationships with players and improve their...
Mike Clevinger flew with Indians after violating coronavirus protocol
The Indians are running out of pitchers they can trust. Cleveland’s Mike Clevinger will not make his scheduled start Tuesday against the Cubs, becoming the second pitcher in as many days who was found to have violated COVID-19 safety protocol, while in Chicago. Pitcher Zach Plesac — who went out with Clevinger on Saturday —...
Is it safe to ride public transit during the pandemic?
It depends on a variety of factors, but there are ways to minimize risk.
Democrats roll out prime time convention speakers
Michelle Obama, Jill Biden and former President Obama are set to deliver keynote addresses. Former Governor John Kasich, a Republican, will also address the convention.
Deadly derecho leaves path of destruction across Midwest, 1 million without power
A derecho lashed through Illinois, Indiana and Iowa, flipping cars, downing trees, causing widespread property damage and knocking out power.
President Donald Trump would rather NFL not play if players kneel during anthem
Donald Trump wants the NFL to play in 2020. But if players choose to kneel in protest during the national anthem, he'd rather the league not play.
'Terror crocodile' had teeth 'the size of bananas,' researchers find
Giant "terror crocodiles" that reached more than 30 feet in length had teeth "the size of bananas," according to a newly published study.
Democrats unveil wide-ranging speaker schedule for convention
The Democratic National Convention will feature a star-studded array of the country’s most prominent party leaders for Joe Biden's coronation.
Perseids, the best meteor shower of the year, peaks tonight
Here's how to catch a glimpse of one of the most spectacular meteor showers of the year.
Robin Williams’ daughter Zelda announces social media break on 6th anniversary of his death
Robin Williams’ daughter Zelda announced that she would be taking a break from social media on the anniversary of the actor’s death.
‘Below Deck’ star Hannah Ferrier announces sex of her baby
There's another chief stewardess on the way!
Vegas can survive without college football — as long as NFL goes on
LAS VEGAS — As a doomsday scenario for the college football season begins to develop, there is widespread fear and panic. If there are no Nick Saban sightings this fall, it might seem like the end of the world in Alabama. In a race against the clock, Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is helping to unify...
Phil Collins' 'In the Air Tonight' is back on the charts after twin YouTubers rapturously reacted to the song
Tim and Fred Williams, 22-year-old twins and YouTubers, recently filmed themselves listening to Collins' 1981 single for the first time. Their endearing reaction seems to have revived the song's popularity.
Janice Dean was told New York Senate Majority 'uncomfortable' with her testifying on nursing home deaths
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo “fails to take any responsibility” for coronavirus- related nursing home deaths in the state, Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean, who recently lost her elderly in-laws to COVID-19, told “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday.
DC Circuit Court grills lawyers in Flynn case over whether case should be dropped
Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's attorney adamantly argued before the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday that District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan overstepped his authority by pushing for further arguments rather than grant prosecutors' motion to dismiss Flynn's case.
Looking back: Loyola High had six talented quarterbacks in 2017
Miller Moss, Finn Collins and Nathan Priestley were among six quarterbacks in the Loyola program.
Man parachuting in Cleveland slams into downtown building
A man parachuting in Cleveland crashed into a downtown apartment building, leaving him suspended 40 feet up in the air, dramatic video shows. Footage posted to Instagram early Sunday shows the moment a 35-year-old man slammed into the side of parking garage at the Reserve Square apartment complex, startling an onlooker who caught the incident...
Cleveland BASE jumper slams into building on his way down, video shows
A Cleveland woman says she and her cousin were astonished when they noticed what they describe as a BASE jumper parachuting off a downtown building early Sunday morning.
State Dept. hits NBC News' Wuhan lab article as 'regurgitated Chinese Communist Party propaganda'
The State Department on Monday took aim at an NBC News article about the Wuhan Institute of Virology, accusing the outlet of failing to press for facts and of having had “regurgitated Chinese Communis Party propaganda.”