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Players can be red carded for deliberate coughing under English football's new Covid-19 guidelines
Footballers who deliberately cough towards an opponent could receive a red card under new Covid-19 guidelines published by the English Football Association (FA).
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Audi pulls 'insensitive' ad featuring girl eating banana in front of car
Audi has apologized for an advert showing a young girl eating a banana in front of a premium car, admitting it was "insensitive" and promising not to use the image in future.
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Markus Golden officially signs tender in big Giants coup
Markus Golden made the only choice available. Golden re-signed with the Giants on a one-year, $4.125 million contract Tuesday, after passing his physical. He reported to training camp Friday – a few days after the rest of his veteran teammates because of personal reasons – and needed three negative COVID-19 tests in a four-day span...
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Giancarlo Stanton’s model ex linked to Dodgers star Cody Bellinger
It appears Chase Carter's baseball allegiances have shifted to the west coast.
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Apple Fire in California was sparked by vehicle malfunction, blaze scorches 41 square miles
A wildfire that's burning in the mountains east of Los Angeles and forced thousands of people from their homes was sparked by a malfunctioning vehicle, officials revealed on Monday.
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Minneapolis mayor blames Gov. Tim Walz for ignoring warnings about riots
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz reportedly ignored repeated warnings from the mayor of Minneapolis about brewing violence in the city after the May death of George Floyd and rebuffed his requests to deploy the National Guard. In a bombshell interview with the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Mayor Jacob Frey said Walz failed to act after he repeatedly...
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Black women gaining political momentum across U.S.
A new Associated Press article explores the milestones Black women are achieving in U.S. politics, from winning local school board races to clinching congressional victories. Associated Press race and ethnicity writer Kat Stafford co-authored that story and she joins CBSN to discuss the findings.
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Aurora police apologize after drawing guns, handcuffing Black family in car theft mix-up
The Aurora Police Department apologized on Monday after officers drew their guns on a Black woman and four minors over the weekend after mistaking their car for another vehicle that had been stolen.
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GOP Closing Voter Registration Gaps in Key Swing States
Republicans are closing the voter registration gaps in key swing states, according to the Trump Victory data obtained by Axios.
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Lebanese capital rocked by huge explosion
A massive explosion has rocked the port area of Lebanon's capital, Beirut. Follow here for live updates.
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Corrections officer, wife die of COVID-19 within hour of each other
A Florida corrections officer and his wife died from COVID-19 complications at a hospital within an hour of each other, according to a report. Wayne Rogers, a 30-year veteran at Jackson Correctional Institution in Malone, is the first state prison officer to die of the coronavirus, which had infected 8,551 inmates and killed 53 in...
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Exclusive: Kamala Harris leads Elizabeth Warren and Susan Rice in new VP poll
Sen. Kamala Harris is Democratic and independent voters’ top choice to be Biden’s running mate in a new poll. | Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images She is Democratic voters’ top choice for Biden’s running mate, according to a poll from SurveyUSA and FairVote. Sen. Kamala Harris is Democratic voters’ top choice for Joe Biden’s vice president, according to a new poll provided in advance to Vox. The survey, which was fielded by SurveyUSA and sponsored by FairVote, polled 1,296 Democratic and independent voters July 30-31 on seven prospective candidates. Included in the poll were Harris, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former White House National Security Adviser Susan Rice, former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Rep. Val Demings and Rep. Karen Bass. The survey contained both a standard poll and a ranked-choice poll, intended to find the candidate with a majority of voters’ support. (The sponsor of the survey, FairVote, is a nonpartisan electoral reform group, which advocates in favor of a ranked-choice system.) When asked to select their pick for Democrats’ vice presidential nomination in a standard poll, 31.9 percent of all respondents chose Harris, 26.8 percent chose Warren and 16.7 percent chose Rice — wide enough gaps to overcome the survey’s 4.1-point margin of error, according to FairVote. When the poll was broken out by party affiliation, Harris was the top choice for Democrats, leading Warren 36 to 26 percent. Warren, meanwhile, led among independents, garnering 28 percent support to Harris’s 23 percent. (These figures omitted voters who were undecided about the VP pick.) In the ranked-choice poll, voters were asked to rank several candidates in order of preference. Then, when their votes were tallied, if no candidate accrued more than 50 percent of the vote, the candidate who had the fewest first-choice votes was removed. Those votes then went to each voter’s next-ranked choice. This process was repeated until one candidate secured a majority of the vote. When the final preferences of both Democratic and independent voters were counted in the ranked-choice survey, Harris emerged with 54.8 percent support, while Warren had 45.2 percent. (It’s worth noting that margin of error is trickier to calculate for ranked-choice polling, so there is more statistical uncertainty around this outcome.) The ranked-choice poll, a process aimed at showing which candidates have broader bases of support, indicated that Harris and Warren are two of the possible vice presidential options who do. Both senators likely saw a boost from name recognition, since the two are far more well-known compared to the other candidates, following their respective presidential runs. Still, the survey offers a glimpse of who some voters support — and indicates that Harris, who has fielded critiques of her prosecutorial background, is a popular choice. Biden is expected to announce his running mate later this month, and reports indicate he’s narrowed the list to a smaller pool that includes Harris, Rice, and Bass among the leading contenders. He’s also faced growing pressure to pick a Black woman for vice president, amid a nationwide movement to combat racism and police violence, and a push from many Democrats for a more representative ticket. “Ranked choice voting polls add greater depth and voice to people’s preferences,” says FairVote executive vice president Khalid Pitts. “We can see which candidates have broad appeal outside of the first choices, which candidates are most divisive, and which candidates’ supporters are least likely to select a second choice. Standard polls miss these results.” Walking through the results Ranked-choice voting, a reform that has gained more support in recent elections, is aimed at ensuring that a broad spectrum of voter voices are considered. By factoring in voters’ second, third, and fourth choices, for example, votes for candidates who don’t end up doing well in a crowded field aren’t entirely “wasted.” In this case, ranked-choice voting is more hypothetical, since former Vice President Joe Biden will be choosing the nominee that he sees most in line with his candidacy and the message he’d like to send, and voters won’t have a direct say. Previously, Biden has said he’s looking for a running mate who can govern from “day one” and who is “simpatico” with his approach to the office. The ranked-choice poll nevertheless reveals which vice presidential candidates have more expansive voter support because it shows who people would prefer if their favored option was eliminated. For this survey, this is how the ranked-choice results were calculated: Harris started off with 31.9 percent of voters picking her as their first choice, while Warren began with 26.8 percent and Rice, with 16.7 percent. Abrams and Duckworth were roughly tied with 8.9 percent and 8.7 percent support, respectively, while Demings had 3.9 percent and Bass had 3.3 percent. FairVote Sen. Kamala Harris was the candidate most respondents picked as their top choice in the poll. After Bass, Demings, Duckworth, and Abrams’s support was redistributed, the polling left Harris with 40.1 percent, Warren with 37 percent and Rice with 22.9 percent. FairVote Sens. Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren, as well as former National Security Adviser Susan Rice, were the top three choices in a ranked-choice poll. Finally, when Rice’s votes were redistributed, Harris saw a bigger percentage bump, with 54.8 percent of the vote to Warren’s 45.2 percent. FairVote Sens. Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren were the top choices for Biden’s running mate in both a standard and ranked-choice poll. Historically, the vice president choice has had little electoral impact: As Vox’s Ella Nilsen has written, the decision may only affect the final result if the running mate who’s chosen is particularly polarizing. There are factors that make this cycle unique, however. Biden’s age — he’d be the oldest person ever elected president — and questions about whether he’ll pursue a second term have put more focus on the vice president pick. Ultimately, Harris has the most support of Democratic voters in both the standard and ranked-choice poll, an indication that voters in the survey see her as a consensus pick for the role. Support Vox’s explanatory journalism Every day at Vox, we aim to answer your most important questions and provide you, and our audience around the world, with information that has the power to save lives. Our mission has never been more vital than it is in this moment: to empower you through understanding. Vox’s work is reaching more people than ever, but our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources — particularly during a pandemic and an economic downturn. Your financial contribution will not constitute a donation, but it will enable our staff to continue to offer free articles, videos, and podcasts at the quality and volume that this moment requires. Please consider making a contribution to Vox today.
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Massive explosion shocks Beirut
A huge explosion in Beirut occurred on Tuesday evening.
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See images of smoke from huge explosion in Beirut, Lebanon
A large explosion rocked the Lebanese capital of Beirut, damaging buildings and offices around the city. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports from Beirut.
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Pelosi on the coronavirus stimulus price tag she's willing to settle for: '$3.4 trillion'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told CNN on Tuesday that she still wants a sweeping stimulus deal this week -- but she made it clear she is not budging on the price tag put forward by House Democrats, reflecting how far apart the two sides are despite days of talks.
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Rob Kardashian poses shirtless in pool selfie
The reality star has been slowly making his way back into the spotlight this summer.
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FDA list of hand sanitizers to avoid increases to 114 with more identified for methanol risk
The Food and Drug Administration's list of hand sanitizers to avoid because they may contain methanol keeps growing and now has 114 varieties.       
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Beirut explosion shatters windows across Lebanese capital
A large explosion ripped through the Lebanese capital Beirut on Tuesday, injuring people and smashing windows in buildings across the city.
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Watch President Trump's Axios interview
President Trump sat down with Axios reporter Jonathan Swan to discuss a wide variety of topics, including former Rep. John Lewis and the coronavirus pandemic.
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De Blasio backtracks claiming he ‘never blamed’ crime wave on closed courts
Mayor Bill de Blasio claimed on Tuesday that he’s “never blamed” coronavirus-shuttered courts on the city’s violent crime spree — despite having done just that no less than three times over the past month. The mayor was grilled about NYPD data in a Post exclusive last week proving the court shutdown wasn’t a driving force...
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Massive Explosion in Beirut Triggers Widespread Destruction and Injuries
The afternoon blast shook several parts of the capital and thick smoke billowed from the city center
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Malia White Takes to Instagram To Explain The Seriousness of Drugs on ‘Below Deck Med’
"While at sea the Captain is the medical person in charge - any and all medical decisions MUST go through them."
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Twins practice socially distant celebrations with phantom high-fives, hugs in fourth straight win
The Minnesota Twins are perfecting their socially distant celebrations.
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Massive explosion shakes Lebanon's capital
A massive explosion shook Lebanon's capital Beirut on Tuesday wounding a number of people and causing widespread damage.
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Rangers’ Brett Howden on his growth, Artemi Panarin and missing fans
Brett Howden, the Rangers’ 22-year-old center, chatted with The Post’s Steve Serby from the “inside the bubble” in Toronto. Q: You can pick the brain of any center or wing in NHL history? A: For sure Sidney Crosby. Grew up watching him, he was my favorite player growing up. He’s been the best player in...
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Tiffany Haddish confirms romance with Common: ‘I love him’
"I'm just way happier and it's like knowing I got somebody that cares about me, that really has my back."
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Ant Anstead taking a break from ‘toxic’ social media
"The world is crazy right now. And for all the good things social media has it also carries a toxic element."
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LeBron James isn’t loving life inside the NBA bubble
LeBron James is still not quite settled in the NBA bubble. The NBA has done a commendable job in creating a sufficient environment for the players in Orlando. For James, however, it’s missing one key ingredient. “I miss the hell out of my family,” James said after the Lakers’ 116-108 win over the Jazz on...
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Massive Explosion Rocks Port District of Beirut, Lebanon
A titanic explosion shook the Lebanese capital of Beirut on Tuesday, shaking buildings and sending a huge cloud of smoke over the middle of the city.
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Hearings for Chad Daybell, charged in Idaho kids case, resume
Preliminary hearings for Chad Daybell, charged after missing Idaho kids found dead on his property, resume
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Downtown's Broken Spanish closes indefinitely, Market Tavern opens in the Original Farmers Market
Plus, a new Sky's Tacos and the end of Patina and Dong Il Jang
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‘Birdman’ covered in bagels lets pigeons feast in NYC park
This guy’s a real ‘holy’ roller. A Big Apple birdbrain tied bagels to his body and offered himself up as brunch to a hungry horde of pigeons, video posted online Tuesday shows. “Alright, come on birds,” the man says as his guests are already feasting. The unidentified dough boy strung was being filmed for what...
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How Understanding the History of Hurricanes Can Help Us Prepare for the Next Big One
How we respond to that history takes on an added level of urgency in light of the threats posed by global warming
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Next-level betting concepts worth knowing
In order to be a successful sports bettor you need to know how the game is played. Most casual bettors have a pretty good grasp on the basic fundamentals like the spread, moneyline and total. But there is so much more to learn beyond these introductory terms. Let’s discuss three “Sports Betting 201” concepts that...
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B.J. Armstrong on the night Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan went at it — over dinner
B.J. Armstrong played with Michael Jordan and shared an agent with Kobe Bryant. One night he watched the legends lead a master class in basketball.
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Amazon takes 25 percent off CHEF iQ pressure cooker for flash sale
If you’ve been looking to upgrade your cooking routine, then you’ll love Amazon’s latest flash sale on the CHEF iQ pressure cooker. For today only, the highly rated smart cooker is priced down 25% off. This takes the device from its original price of $199 down to $149. The high-quality appliance is known for its...
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5 things I wish I'd known before I moved amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Moving is always hard. Moving during a pandemic is emotionally and physically exhausting on a new level. Here's how to relocate safely amid COVID-19.       
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NYC Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot resigns over de Blasio's handling of coronavirus pandemic: reports
New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot resigned from her post Tuesday, reportedly citing Mayor Bill de Blasio’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Lisa Vanderpump hit with class-action lawsuit for allegedly not paying SUR employees
Life is still not all rosé and diamonds at SUR.
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The Pelicans unleashed Zion Williamson and changed everything
The Pelicans loosened the reins on Zion Williamson and the result was predictable: A victory and a happy rookie. After being limited to a combined 29 minutes in two losses to begin the NBA’s restart in Orlando, the dynamic first-year forward was able to finish New Orleans’ victory Monday night, and he thrived, producing 23...
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The four best face shields that are on sale right now
On July 30th, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious disease expert, suggested wearing goggles or face shields as an additional protection measure against the coronavirus. As he told ABC News, “You have mucosa in the nose, mucosa in the mouth, but you also have mucosa in the eye,” he said. “Theoretically, you should protect all...
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These are the new books you'll want to read in August
Dive into the 20 best new book releases for August 2020 with titles like the highly anticipated new "Twilight" novel, "Midnight Sun" by Stephenie Meyer, and the thrilling true-crime novel "The Night Swim" by Megan Goldin, and many more.
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Ted Cruz convenes Senate hearing on Antifa ‘terror attacks’
Sen. Ted Cruz says a Tuesday Senate subcommittee hearing will focus on Antifa “terror attacks” during recent anti-police brutality protests. Cruz said in a Fox News interview that the hearing would analyze “horrific violence” in cities during protests against the killing of George Floyd by Minnesota police. “We’re seeing our country torn apart. Violent anarchists...
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Nissan Frontier pickup driven over 1 million miles traded for new truck
Owner was in it for the long haul
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Ford taps Jim Farley as CEO, replacing Jim Hackett
Jim Farley will lead Ford Motor into the future as the global auto industry faces a new era of autonomous and electric vehicles. The company named Farley, 58, as its new CEO effective Oct. 1, replacing Jim Hackett, who will retire after three years at the helm. Farley, who has been with Ford for more...
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Facebook removes pro-Trump ad aimed at Joe Biden, claiming false information
A pro-Trump ad was removed from Facebook after claims that it contained false information, Fox News has learned.
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We are facing a 'generational catastrophe' in education, UN warns
The UN Secretary-General warned in a speech about the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on education because of school closures.
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Mayor de Blasio says NYC Board of Elections ‘must do better’ with mail-in votes
The city Board of Elections “must do better” than its messy handling of mail-in ballots in June’s primaries, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday — while still voicing confidence that the system can get in shape by November’s presidential election. Hizzoner weighed in one day after a federal judge ruled that elections officials must count...
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