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Notre Dame Cathedral’s organ getting 4-year-long cleaning
PARIS — Pipe by precious pipe, the organ that once thundered through Notre Dame Cathedral is being taken apart after last year’s devastating fire. The mammoth task of dismantling, cleaning and re-assembling France’s largest musical instrument started Monday and is expected to last nearly four years. Once restored, it will take six months just to...
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11-year-old boy seriously injured in hit-and-run on Long Island
A female driver in a pick-up truck struck an 11-year-old boy on a scooter on Long Island — then fled, leaving the seriously injured child in the street, police said Monday. The hit-and-run suspect was in an older model, two-door, red pick-up when she struck the victim around 3:30 p.m. Sunday in Massapequa in Nassau...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Connected’ On Netflix, A Docuseries That Examines How Everything On Earth Is Connected To Everything Else
Science reporter Latif Nasser travels all over the globe to make connections between small things we take for granted and huge concepts that affect every being on earth.
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9 baby koalas will melt your heart
Meet these nine bundles of joy. A wildlife sanctuary in Australia welcomed a batch of baby koalas, bringing hope to the species. Before the devastating bushfires of 2019, an estimated 36,000 koalas remained in New South Wales. See how these cuddly newborns, called joeys, get accustomed to life outside the pouch at the Australian Reptile...
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Ohio shooting leaves baby dead, 2 adults wounded; police seeking suspected vehicle
Ohio detectives are investigating a shooting that killed a 1-year-old child and wounded two adults Sunday night in Akron as the city sees an uptick in homicides.
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Caitlyn Jenner’s BFF Sophia Hutchins poses for Kim Kardashian’s SKIMS
Caitlyn Jenner's friend lands her first gig with KKW.
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Anti-Kremlin protests continue in Russia's far east for 24 days
Approximately 10,000 people attended Saturday's demonstration despite pouring rain. Some chanted, "Russia without Putin" and "We are power here."
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ISIS Attack On Afghan Prison Leaves At Least 29 Dead
About 1,000 prisoners who escaped during the attack were later found by Afghan security forces. The attack shattered a three-day ceasefire between Afghan forces and the Taliban.
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Teacher says she may have signed her own death warrant when she voted for Trump in 2016
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A coronavirus mutation might not be as dangerous as you think
CNN's Sanjay Gupta explains how viruses mutate and why we needn't always be worried when they do.
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Former Border Force Boss: Illegal Migration to Hit 'Crisis' Levels If Boris Won't Turn Boats Back
The former chief of the British Border Force has warned the country will face a "crisis" level of illegal migrant crossings of the English Channel if Britain and France fail to come to an agreement to have boat migrants immediately returned to France.
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Trump's campaign returns to TV airwaves with ads attacking Joe Biden
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign is back on television with a new pair of ads attacking presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, following a temporary suspension of ad spending late last week.
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NYC sets up flood barriers in Lower Manhattan ahead of Tropical Storm Isaias
Temporary flood barriers are being set up in Lower Manhattan in preparation for a possible storm surge from Tropical Storm Isaias, which is expected to dump several inches of wind-swept rain on the Big Apple, Mayor de Blasio said Monday. “We are not taking any chances at all,” Hizzoner said. “I want to remind everybody...
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Gisele Bündchen pens birthday note to ‘love of my life’ Tom Brady
Gisele Bündchen is rolling out the birthday love for husband Tom Brady.
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Trump says Birx 'took the bait & hit us' due to 'horrible' comments from Pelosi: 'Pathetic!'
President Trump claimed Monday that White House Coronavirus Task Force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx, who told CNN Sunday that the coronavirus pandemic is now "different" than it was before and "extraordinarily widespread," was caving to pressure from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who had harsh words for Birx.
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Singapore to make travelers wear electronic tags to enforce quarantine
SINGAPORE – Singapore will make some incoming travelers wear an electronic monitoring device to ensure that they comply with coronavirus quarantines as the city-state gradually reopens its borders, authorities said on Monday. From August 11, the devices will be given to incoming travelers, including citizens and residents, from a select group of countries who will...
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Feline drug smuggler escapes from high-security prison
The alleged criminal mastermind behind the scheme had also used an eagle in the past.
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New York Times Op-ed: 'Let's Scrap the Presidential Debates'
The New York Times published an op-ed Monday morning titled "Let's Scrap the Presidential Debates," arguing that they play too great a role in helping voters choose the president.
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Did you know that phosphorus was discovered from ... urine?
In the 1660's, German alchemist Hennig Brand thought he knew the secret to making solid gold: pee. So set was he on these golden ambitions, he dehydrated 1,500 gallons (gallons!) of human urine to make it happen. Though pee ultimately failed to produce gold, Brand didn't have to flush all his hard work down the toilet. ​In a surprise twist, he discovered a glowing substance we now call phosphorus.
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19 shot, one fatally, in bloody Sunday across NYC
A man was gunned down overnight in the Bronx, one of 19 people — including several teens — shot across the city on a bloody Sunday, cops confirmed early Monday. The unidentified man was blasted in the chest and arm on East 179th Street near Hughes Avenue in Belmont around 11:45 p.m., cops said. He...
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‘Bachelor’ alum Amanda Stanton is dating attorney Oren Agman
Amanda Stanton is no longer single. The “Bachelor” alum debuted a picture with her new man, Oren Agman, on her Instagram on Sunday. “Summer nights,” she captioned the photo of the couple overlooking a sunset while on a boat in Newport Beach, California. According to LinkedIn, Agman, 33, is a New York-based attorney. He got...
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COVID-19 reunites sisters from Nebraska who haven’t seen each other in 53 years
Two Nebraska sisters have reunited 53 years after one of them was born – and they have the coronavirus to thank for the joyous occasion, according to reports. Doris Crippen, 73, said she developed what she thought was the flu in early May and spent days in her bed feeling exhausted, the Washington Post reported....
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India’s decision to check the power of Chinese tech should be followed by other democracies
The weaponization of information is real. It could compromise millions of unsuspecting citizens using Chinese platforms.
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Apple Fire in California forces thousands to flee
As of Monday morning, the blaze was just 5% contained.
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Beauty corporations remove "fair" and "white" from branding after Black Lives Matter backlash
Major cosmetics companies are under fire for making billions of dollars selling skin-lightening products that anti-racism activists say promote colorism. Corporations like L'Oreal and Johnson and Johnson are now promising to either discontinue or rename their lines of bleaching creams, CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab reports. Tyab shares why some companies are facing criticism for supporting the Black Lives Matter movement while continuing to sell these products.
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The FDA's list of dangerous hand sanitizers has now grown to more than 100
The agency's list of hand sanitizers now includes those that contain insufficient levels of alcohol.
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Next big COVID-19 treatment may be manufactured antibodies
As the world awaits a COVID-19 vaccine, the next big advance in battling the pandemic could come from a class of biotech therapies widely used against cancer and other disorders – antibodies designed specifically to attack this new virus. Development of monoclonal antibodies to target the virus has been endorsed by leading scientists. Anthony Fauci,...
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NJ teen who killed neighbor instigated fight to be ‘TikTok famous’: lawyer
A New Jersey teenager who stabbed to death a corrections officer neighbor had deliberately instigated the fatal fight — hoping it would make him “TikTok famous,” according to lawyers of the dead man’s family. Zachary Latham had just turned 18 when he stabbed to death William “Timmy” Durham Sr., 51, who had been with his...
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Nancy Pelosi explains her 'lack of confidence' in Dr. Birx
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi addresses her recent criticisms that she doesn't have confidence in Dr. Deborah Birx's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Scientists inspired by ‘Star Wars’ create artificial skin that can feel
SINGAPORE – Singapore researchers have developed “electronic skin” capable of recreating a sense of touch, an innovation they hope will allow people with prosthetic limbs to detect objects, as well as feel texture, or even temperature and pain. The device, dubbed ACES, or Asynchronous Coded Electronic Skin, is made up of 100 small sensors and...
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What LinkedIn members are saying about returning to the office during the COVID-19 pandemic
LinkedIn News Editor-at-Large Caroline Fairchild shares new data on what LinkedIn members are saying about returning to the office, as well as tips on how to discuss working remotely with your boss.
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Keke Palmer ‘expected’ her ‘Good Morning America’ show to be canceled
"We're in a different time now, so some of the conversation has changed."
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Black man afraid to walk in his neighborhood starts movement
After the death of George Floyd, Nashville resident Shawn Dromgoole posted to social media saying he was afraid to walk alone in his gentrified community because of the color of his skin. Jamie Wax shares how a panicked moment turned into a movement.
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The $349 Pixel 4a shines with a sharp display, smooth performance and an impressive camera
All the major tech companies seem to have a renewed interest in affordable phones. In April, Apple delivered the $399 iPhone SE, a value-packed model on par with the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. Samsung continued the trend with its Galaxy A family. Motorola has several new G devices. And TCL, the brand most known for TVs, entered the smartphone market with the 10L and 10 Pro.
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Diego is the Best Part of Netflix’s ‘Umbrella Academy’
Oh look, someone in this superhero show actually wants to be a hero.
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Eaten water beetles stay alive by escaping through the predator's anus
Few animals survive being eaten by their predators, but a species of water beetles has adapted to stay alive, a new study finds.
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Eaten water beetles stay alive by escaping through the predator's anus
Because of their small size, water beetles might have been kicked around since they were born — but thanks to abnormal survival strategies, they're "stayin' alive" after predators eat them.
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Another hedge fund is sweeping up newspapers. This time, journalists are cautiously optimistic
Hedge fund ownership of newspaper groups typically spells doom for the newsrooms. Just ask some of the former employees at the Denver Post who famously revolted against owner Alden Global Capital's order to cut staff.
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The Arab world's first nuclear plant splits the atom
The United Arab Emirates has started-up its nuclear reactor, just weeks after sending up the first Arab interplanetary mission to Mars.
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Pollak: Big Tech Censorship is the IRS Scandal of 2020
Big Tech is censoring conservatives. The pattern is reminiscent of the IRS scandal that emerged in 2013. Democrats are, once again, trying to suppress the conservative grass roots.
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Georgia teen loses both parents to COVID-19 within four days
A Georgia teen lost his parents to the coronavirus within the span of four days, despite both taking daily safety precautions to protect themselves amid the pandemic. Justin Hunter, a 17-year-old at Johns Creek High School, where he plays football, said he and his parents tested positive for COVID-19 roughly two weeks ago, but he...
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Naya Rivera fans hold vigil at Lake Piru where the actress drowned last month
Naya Rivera fans gathered on Saturday at Lake Piru near Los Angeles, Calif. to honor the late “Glee” star.
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Afghan Troops Retake Prison Attacked by Islamic State After Battle
The prison is believed to be holding hundreds of IS members
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Hong Kong police issue arrest warrant for US citizen amid crackdown on activists
Hong Kong police have issued an arrest warrant for a US citizen involved in pro-democracy activism, part of a wider crackdown on those who are suspected of violating a new national security law, Chinese state media reported Friday. Samuel Chu, one of six pro-democracy activists and the managing director of the DC-based Hong Kong Democracy...
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Judge Esther Salas makes emotional plea after son slain, husband shot
Judge Esther Salas says her son can not have died in vain.        
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Florida fisherman bitten by shark after previously getting bitten by gator
Everything wants to take a bite out of this guy.
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Twitter is sounding off about who should replace Ellen DeGeneres
Yes, #ReplaceEllen is trending — but is Drew Barrymore already ahead of the pack?
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