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HHS Secretary Azar casts doubt on Putin's virus vaccine claim
Alex Azar says the push to develop a COVID-19 vaccine isn't "a race to be first" and notes the supposed Russian vaccine is far from finished with its testing phases.
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Payroll Tax Delay To Boost Take-Home Pay, But Don't Spend It Yet
President Trump has directed the Treasury Department to stop collecting payroll taxes this fall in an effort to boost workers' paychecks. But the move is temporary, and could spark headaches in 2021.
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John Wayne’s daughters defend late star after his shocking Playboy interview resurfaces: He ‘loved people’
John Wayne’s daughters are coming forward to defend their late father’s legacy after his shocking 1971 interview with Playboy resurfaced.
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How The Coronavirus Has Upended College Admissions
Because of the pandemic, many students will be applying without standardized test scores and several other metrics selective schools have long relied on to make admissions decisions.
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'Marrying Millions' stars Erica and Rick say criticism over their 46-year age difference is 'kind of funny'
"Marrying Millions" is all about worlds colliding.
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Meghan Markle’s faith in God got her through the ‘darkest moments’ of her life, book claims
Meghan Markle relied on her faith in God to get her through the “darkest moments” of her life.
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5 Takeaways On The New Biden-Harris Presidential Ticket
Beyond making history, Biden showed his vision for the future, opened a window into his decision-making and picked someone who will likely be able to stand up well in a vice-presidential debate.
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Jason Chaffetz: Kamala Harris, Biden's VP pick – here's what she brings to the ticket
With only 84 days until election night, will Harris solve this election problem for Biden?
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Our Pandemic Learning Curve
This virus demands rapid response. But science moves slowly.
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Lightning outlast Blue Jackets 3-2 in 5 OT thriller
By the time he launched the last shot, Brayden Point was just trying to do anything he could to end the fourth-longest game in NHL history.
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Dube scores twice as Flames beat Stars 3-2 in Game 1
Rasmus Andersson snapped a tie after Dillon Dube scored twice in the first period for the confident Calgary Flames, who beat the Dallas Stars 3-2 in Game 1 of their best-of-seven Western Conference playoff series Tuesday.
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Indians keeping Clevinger, Plesac away after violations
The Cleveland Indians went a step further than just putting Mike Clevinger and Zach Plesac into quarantine.
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AP Top Stories August 12 A
Here's the latest for Wednesday August 12th: Kamala Harris to appear with Joe Biden; Rep. Ilhan Omar wins Democratic primary; D.A. says certain Portland protesters won't be prosecuted; Trump urges college football teams to play.       
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Americans' confidence in police falls to its lowest level in nearly three decades, new Gallup poll shows
Around 48% of Americans said they have a "great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in police, down from 53% the previous year, Gallup reported.
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Americans' confidence in police falls to its lowest level in nearly three decades, new Gallup poll shows
Americans' confidence in police has hit a new low -- aided in large part by a growing gap between Black and White people about how much they trust officers.
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Indiana woman killed in storm, found clutching great-grandson, 4, inside home: report
An Indiana woman has died after she was found holding her four-year-old great-grandson inside a debris-filled mobile home struck by Monday's storm, in what family members called a heroic act, according to a report.
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Do TikTok and WeChat pose real threats to national security?
President Donald Trump made good on his threat to crack down on two popular Chinese-owned social media apps -- TikTok & WeChat -- on grounds of national security, issuing executive orders that would ban the apps in 45 days if they are not sold by their parent companies. CNN's Selina Wang speaks to security experts on whether the two apps pose any real threats.
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Coronavirus updates: US records more than 1,000 new deaths from COVID-19
A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 741,000 people worldwide.
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China to Bring Up Measures Against WeChat and TikTok in Upcoming U.S. Trade Talks
A virtual meeting will likely take place as soon as this week though a date hasn’t been finalized
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Looks to be another Atlantic tropical storm for the record books
Tropical Depression 11 formed yesterday is forecast to strengthen later today which would make it the earliest J named storm on record. CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the details.
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Outcry Grows as Somalia’s Parliament Considers Bill Allowing Child Marriage
The bill would allow child marriage once a girl’s sexual organs mature and would allow forced marriage as long as the family consents
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Try this 5-minute yoga routine before bedtime
Having a morning routine to boost energy is a great way to start the day, but what if you wake up every morning knowing that your bedtime routine is really to blame for your lack of energy and focus?
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How to tell if your child is sick from Covid-19, based on pediatricians' advice
Are parents really supposed to be reassured by all this talk about "mild" cases of Covid-19 in children? What about the unfortunate "few" youngsters who have died or come down with a strange and severe associated illness?
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How to tell if your child is sick from Covid-19, based on pediatricians' advice
As US schools and universities move forward with plans for full or partial in-person instruction, parents worry about the spread of coronavirus. Here's what we know about Covid-19's impact on children and how to identify the illness.
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Why Disney World rarely ever has a power outage
Hint: Disney World is like its own city.
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Taco Bell reportedly testing crispy chicken wings in California just weeks after simplifying menu
The fast food chain -- known for its Mexican-inspired menu items is reportedly testing out its new Crispy Chicken wings at a location in Fullerton, California. 
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You have to win first: What Joe Biden's pick of Kamala Harris tells us about Biden
By choosing Kamala Harris as his running mate, Joe Biden signals that he doesn't want to rock the boat in this campaign, and he doesn't hold a grudge.        
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Portland protests move into ‘usually quiet nighttime streets,’ report says
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Biden-Harris, Perseids, UEFA Champions League quarterfinals: 5 things to know Wednesday
Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris will deliver remarks in Delaware, the best meteor shower of the summer is set to peak and more news to start your Wednesday.       
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New Zealand racing to find source of first recent new virus cases
Officials reimpose restrictions in clampdown effort. Reemergence after 102 days may delay next month's general election.
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The weight vice president Kamala Harris would bear
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Buzz off: Mississippi removes ‘mosquito’ option for state flag replacement
Mississippi officials zapped the idea of the next state flag featuring a huge mosquito — saying the blood-sucking insect design was included in the final selections by mistake. A nine-member commission tasked with redesigning Mississippi’s flag had narrowed down the number of public submissions from 3,000 to 147 — and on Monday posted the results which...
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Russia's unproven Covid-19 vaccine will be available to other countries by November, funder says. But safety concerns remain
Russia's coronavirus vaccine will be gradually rolled out to high-risk people before a mass vaccination of Russians begins in October, the head of the group funding the research said on Wednesday.
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New dinosaur species related to Tyrannosaurus rex discovered by scientists in England
A new species of dinosaur related to the Tyrannosaurus rex has been discovered in England.
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The city was at the epicenter of Europe's pandemic. Now its soccer club could make history.
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"Fight on!": Pro-democracy media mogul released in Hong Kong
Jimmy Lai implored staffers of his Apple Daily newspaper to keep publishing the kinds of stories that infuriate Beijing – and that led to his arrest.
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40 Confederate symbols have been removed since the death of George Floyd, SPLC says
At least 40 Confederate symbols have been removed from across the US since George Floyd's death in May, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
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Jamie Lee Curtis post raising alarm over mail truck gets panned on social media
Jamie Lee Curtis raised eyebrows on Tuesday with a tweet floating a "conspiracy" involving Trump supporters literally stealing mail trucks. 
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'The Squad' shows staying power after string of primary wins
The 'Squad' seems positioned to influence Congress for years after a strong showing by key members in closely watched primaries with national implications.
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Decades-old corpse found during renovations of $41M Parisian mansion
The decomposing corpse of a homeless man was reportedly found inside the basement of a $41 million Parisian mansion undergoing renovations after sitting vacant for 30 years. The discovery at the property — once occupied by French poet and playwright François Coppée — was made shortly after the mansion was purchased at auction by an...
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Anthony Rendon, starting to heat up, homers in sparking Angels to win over A's
Anthony Rendon homered for a second straight game and Dylan Bundy's hot start continued with seven scoreless innings as the Angels beat Oakland 6-0.
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Pregnant woman killed in suspected DUI crash in Anaheim
A woman who was 35 weeks pregnant was killed Tuesday night in a suspected DUI crash in Anaheim, authorities said.
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Colorado attorney general investigating whether Aurora police's 'patterns and practices' are unconstitutional
Colorado's attorney general has announced an investigation into whether the "patterns and practices" at the Aurora Police Department are unconstitutional.
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Widower installs wax statue of late wife in dream home she tragically never got to see
An Indian widower has installed a life-sized wax statue of his late wife in the dream house they were building together before she died.
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Widower installs wax statue of late wife in dream home she tragically never got to see
Srinivas Gupta held a housewarming party last Friday to celebrate his new family home -- with a lifelike wax statue to commemorate his late wife.
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Companies test antibody drugs to treat COVID-19
With a coronavirus vaccine still many months off, companies are rushing to test what may be the next best thing: antibody drugs that fight the virus right away, without having to train the immune system to do the job. (Aug. 12)       
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Keen observers point out unusual elements of Biden’s Instagram post with Harris
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Connecticut Congressional candidate quits race following domestic violence arrest
A Republican candidate for Congress in Connecticut dropped out of the race Tuesday as voters were going to the polls in his primary election following his arrest in an assault case. Thomas Gilmer, the party-endorsed candidate, was arrested Monday night on charges of first-degree unlawful restraint and second-degree strangulation. He posted a $5,000 bond. The...
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