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I bogen "Den osannolika morderen" pegede forfatteren Thomas Petterson i 2018 på Stig Engström, der også er kendt som Skandiamanden, som Olof Palmes drabsmand. Bogen udkom, efter at Petterson…
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Opinion: America's Gang of Four has spoken, but it doesn't understand US-China reality
US officials have taken aim at China in a series of high-level speeches, but Stephen Roach argues their bombast misses the nature of the two countries' economic relationship.
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Jets’ C.J. Mosley explains why he opted out of 2020 NFL season
Jets linebacker C.J. Mosley called his decision to opt out of the 2020 season “probably the biggest football decision I’ve made in a long time.” Mosley made his first comments since opting out during a Facebook Live event Monday to help raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. The 28-year-old informed the Jets on Saturday...
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Joe Biden holds final interviews with VP candidates as he looks to announce pick next week
California Sen. Kamala Harris, former national security advisor Susan Rice and California Rep. Karen Bass are reported to be on Biden's short list.        
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Parents unhappy with school options assemble learning ‘pods’
MIAMI — On the 4-acre farm at the edge of the Everglades where Timea Hunter runs a horse academy, she has hosted plenty of parties, picnics and workshops. So with her children’s school building closed, she figured why not use it also a classroom? While her son and daughter will participate in distance learning at...
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Tornado touches down in NJ as Tropical Storm Isaias barrels toward NYC
The small tornado touched down in Cape May County, New Jersey, and a second was also spotted on Long Beach Island in Ocean County, NJ.com reported.
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How Hannah Brown, Tyler Cameron, and more ‘Bachelor’ stars are enjoying summer
While we won't get the chance to see members of Bachelor Nation soak up the sun on "Bachelor in Paradise" this year, that hasn't stopped the franchise's stars from having summer fun.
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Lebanese Red Cross teams trying to reach blast site
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6 out of 10 New Hampshire residents disapprove of Trump, according to new poll
According the poll, 60% of New Hampshire residents disapprove of Trump's work as president.        
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Chicago artist brings segregated residents together in ‘Folded Map Project’
Chicago’s segregated residents are unexpectedly becoming friends in a project that an artist hopes will smash barriers and stereotypes. When Tonika Johnson started photographing houses with corresponding addresses in the city’s North and South sides in her Folded Map Project, she decided to bring the residents together. The North Side is a largely affluent, white area,...
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2020 Indy 500 will be run without fans due to growing concerns around COVID-19
The Indy 500 has been canceled six times since its first running in 1911, but never in its 109-year history has it been held without fans present.       
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Philippine capital returning to lockdown as virus surges
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine president has agreed to place the capital and outlying provinces back under a lockdown after medical groups warned that the country was waging “a losing battle” against the coronavirus amid an alarming surge in infections. Presidential spokesman Harry Roque said Monday that metropolitan Manila, the capital region of more than...
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Ryan Reynolds apologizes for plantation wedding with Blake Lively: 'Giant f--king mistake'
Ryan Reynolds apologized for his 2012 wedding with Blake Lively at Boone Hall, a former slave plantation, in South Carolina.
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With early-voting states in mind, Trump campaign resets
"I know a lot of people look at the election countdown clock on our wall: it says 91 days," Stepien said Monday. "But ballots will be in the hands of North Carolina voters in 33 days."
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Great white sharks spotted by Massachusetts police swimming off Cape Cod beach
A beach on Cape Cod in Massachusetts was closed to swimmers over the weekend after two great white sharks were spotted near the shore. 
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Cardinals' Yadier Molina one of St. Louis players who tested positive for coronavirus
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina revealed Tuesday he is one the team's 13 players who have tested positive for coronavirus.       
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Florida Lyft passenger caught on video attacking driver after getting angry about coronavirus barrier, police say
An intoxicated man has been arrested in Florida after attacking a Lyft driver because he was angry over a plastic partition installed inside the vehicle for protection against the coronavirus, police say. 
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New York, New Jersey, Connecticut add Rhode Island to quarantine list, remove DC, Delaware
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday announced that individuals traveling to their states from Rhode Island would be required to quarantine for 14 days as the state experiences a surge in coronavirus cases.
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Ancient fossil is first known example of dinosaur with malignant cancer
WASHINGTON – When scientists first unearthed fossils of a horned dinosaur called Centrosaurus in the badlands of Dinosaur Provincial Park in Canada’s Alberta province in 1989, they spotted a badly malformed leg bone they figured was a healed fracture. A fresh examination, researchers said on Monday, shows something different. The malformation was a manifestation of...
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Katy Perry stands up for Ellen DeGeneres, sending her 'love & a hug'
Katy Perry spoke up in the middle of the night to defend friend Ellen DeGeneres, whose daytime talk show has been under fire in recent months.
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Sony predicts 40 percent profit drop in film and TV division
Sony said it expects to log a 40 percent decline in full-year profit at its film and TV studio unit due to the pandemic. That’s marks a revision from the Tokyo-based conglomerate’s warning in May that Sony Pictures Entertainment’s income could dip 30 percent for the year. Sony Pictures, like its rivals in Hollywood, has...
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Here’s What Trump Got Wrong About America’s COVID-19 Death Rate
Trump mischaracterized the death rate during an interview with 'Axios on HBO'
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Louis C.K. vacations with girlfriend, Blanche Gardin and more star snaps
Louis C.K. takes a romantic vacation, Mama June imitates Marilyn Monroe and more...
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Lebanese capital of Beirut rocked by massive warehouse explosion
Local media carried images of people trapped under rubble, some bloodied.
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Florida deputy jumps on Jet Ski, chases down fugitive trying to swim away, bodycam video shows
A Florida deputy’s bodycam recorded his wild pursuit of a wanted fugitive last week that began on foot and ended after a short rundown on a jet ski.
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Two massive explosions rock Beirut, wounding dozens
Lebanese media carried images of people trapped under rubble, some bloodied, after the huge explosions.
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Mike Huckabee: Biden will forfeit right to be president if he doesn't debate Trump
If presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden does not debate President Trump, the American people will be the ones cheated, Fox News contributor Mike Huckabee told "America's Newsroom" Tuesday.
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Apple announces upgrades to the 27" iMac, including faster performance, a 1080p webcam, and better speakers
Mere weeks after announcing a slew of software upgrades — including to the Mac — Apple is today introducing its new 27-inch iMac. And while not a total redesign, this announcement goes beyond tinkering with the software.
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The Clorox wipes shortage is expected to last into 2021
Clorox, the world's biggest maker of disinfectant cleaning materials, said consumers will continue to see a shortage of its wipes and other products into 2021 because of overwhelming demand during the pandemic.
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Ted Cruz says President Trump 'absolutely right' to call out mail-in ballot fraud concerns
President Trump is absolutely right to call out mail-in ballot voter fraud concerns ahead of the 2020 presidential election, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said on Tuesday.
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Husky hilariously tries to take a bath in the sink
This dog is too “husky” for a puppy bath. Watch the awkward moment when a fully grown husky in Krasnodar, Russia, tries to climb into the bathroom sink — only to stumble onto the floor. “The dog has not yet realized that it has already grown,” the canine’s owner joked.   Subscribe to our YouTube!
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MSNBC producer Ariana Pekary slams network as ‘cancer’ after quitting job
An MSNBC producer released a scathing open letter after quitting her job — accusing the network of becoming a “cancer” that “blocks diversity of thought” and “amplifies fringe voices.” Ariana Pekary, who worked on “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell,” shared the letter on her personal site Monday, accusing the network of letting ratings dictate...
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‘Ratched’s First Trailer Is Giving Us Serious ‘AHS: Asylum’ Vibes
She's finally here, and she's creepier than we ever imagined.
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TCU coach Gary Patterson apologizes for repeating racial slur while scolding athlete
TCU football coach Gary Patterson apologizes for repeating a racial slur while chastising a player for using such language.
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Former Michigan State gymnastics coach Kathie Klages to serve 89 days in jail for lying to police
A judge sentenced Kathie Klages to jail time after hearing victim impact statements from two women who said they told her about Larry Nassar's abuse more than 20 years ago.       
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Suspects sought after hospitalizing KFC customer during argument over social distancing: report
Authorities are searching for suspects who allegedly hospitalized a man after an argument over social distancing at a KFC.
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The unheralded threat to sports' return: Licking fingers during the coronavirus
Griffin Lohmann didn't intend to, but his and many other athletes' habits might cause an increased risk of spread of the Coronavirus in sports.       
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Goldman Sachs says parents are the next group at risk to lose their jobs
The new school year is just around the corner and parents and teachers are fretting about returning to the classroom during the pandemic. Economists are worried, too, because a lack of childcare could damage America's recovery.
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‘The Simpsons’ actor Harry Shearer weighs in on using white actors for non-white characters
“The job of the actor is to play someone who they’re not,” he said.
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Tiffany Haddish confirms relationship with Common: 'I love him'
Tiffany Haddish and Common are officially dating, she said during an apperance on "Steve-O's Wild Ride!" podcast.        
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Ashley C. Ford Joins TIME as TIME100 Talks Correspondent
(New York, NY — August 4, 2020) – Today, TIME announced that writer and host Ashley C. Ford joins as a correspondent for TIME100 Talks, TIME’s new weekly series that convenes extraordinary leaders from every field to spotlight solutions and encourage action toward a better world. As a TIME100 Talks correspondent, Ashley will conduct interviews…
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Some Michigan voters head to polls on primary day
More than 1 million Michigan voters cast absentee ballots in the state's primary. But there were still those who chose to vote in-person (Aug. 4)       
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Opinion: Nuggets relying on Michael Porter Jr., but rookie's journey has share of growing pains
The top prospect in the 2018 NBA Draft is keeping Denver in the mix while marquee players are out, but he needs to improve defense.        
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Parents torn over sending kids back to school
CNN's Miguel Marquez talks to four parents from the same school district in Arizona about sending their children back to school during the coronavirus pandemic.
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GOP, Dems trade blows as coronavirus stimulus talks come to a standstill
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said Tuesday morning that Democrats "want to burn cash on 1,000 unrelated things" and "check off every left wing lobbyist's Christmas list."
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Gen Z men say feminists have ‘gone too far’ for men to succeed: survey data
Well, so much for the demographic's "woke" reputation.
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Aurora police apologize after drawing guns on Black family, mistaking vehicle as stolen
The Aurora police chief apologized after officers drew weapons on a Black family and handcuffed a 17-year-old and a 12-year-old during a traffic stop.        
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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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