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Athletics' Ryan Christenson caught performing apparent Nazi salute, apologizes: 'What I did is unacceptable'
Oakland Athletics bench coach Ryan Christenson came under fire Thursday night for raising his arm during a postgame celebration in what looked like a Nazi salute.
Coroner issues ruling on why "Love Island" host killed herself
Caroline Flack was found dead at her London apartment weeks before she was due to stand trial for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend.
Coronavirus updates: US weekly COVID-19 cases, deaths down
The coronavirus has killed over 160,000 people in the U.S.
As storms linger in the East, heat comes back
The East Coast is expecting more rain today before temperatures start to increase. CNN meteorologist Melissa Nord has the details of what to expect.
Hannity hammers Biden after Democrat's latest race-related gaffe
COVID-19 continues resurgence across US through July as mask mandates begin
July turned out to be another deadly month for the U.S. as over 1.8 million people contracted the coronavirus.
Store closings, bankruptcy cases pile up for business wear retailers during COVID-19: Are dress clothes gone for good?
Americans are dressing down, and that's hurting retailers that sell business wear, including suits chain Men's Wearhouse, Ann Taylor and Loft.
A Cooking Camp Chef's Recipe For Remote Education: Make It Ambitious
Online instruction is hard, right? Well there's a teacher—a chef, actually—who appears to have cracked the code. She says her cooking classes for kids work better now than when they were in person.
With Focus On Redistricting, Democrats Place New Emphasis On Statehouses
After the 2010 census, Republicans flipped 20 state legislative chambers, seizing control of mapmaking in many states. This year, Democrats are making sure they're mobilizing.
Coronavirus Cases Are Surging. The Contact Tracing Workforce Is Not
NPR surveyed all 50 states about their contact tracing work. The workforce has barely grown since mid-June while cases have skyrocketed.
Richie Lay: On National Purple Heart Day, our Purple Heart Heroes prove we are a resilient nation
This National Purple Heart Day, as our nation faces the coronavirus pandemic and civil unrest, our nation can look to our Purple Heart recipients as symbols of our strength, courage and resiliency as a nation.
Party killers: Colleges hope new rules will slow COVID-19 spread, students aren't convinced
Hoping to stem future outbreaks, some colleges have promised bans on parties for the fall semester. Students aren't sure how or if that will work.
'Mask mouth': Dentists coin new term for smelly side effect of wearing a mask
Some bad breath just can’t be covered up.
Coronavirus cases spiking from family gatherings
Family gatherings are behind spiking coronavirus cases in some states, new data shows.
GOP senators tip-toe around Trump as the party faces growing political dangers ahead of Nov. 3
GOP senators running for reelection are facing a bind: They can't alienate Trump but they need to win suburban voters who are souring on him.
Bryson DeChambeau snaps driver during PGA Championship opening round
Is Bryson DeChambeau now simply too strong and powerful for his own good? And beware Tiger Woods at the season's first major.
Bulked up DeChambeau snaps golf club after monster hit during PGA Championship opening round
Marlins' 6-1 start is reminiscent of the 1899 Perfectos
Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly was talking about this week’s doubleheader sweep at Baltimore that involved a parade of relievers, including several newcomers rescued from unemployment, and after naming three of them he drew a blank.
Texas Tech women's coach fired one day after report of abuse
Texas Tech fired women's basketball coach Marlene Stollings on Thursday, a day after a scathing newspaper report alleging a culture of abuse in her program.
Flames beat Jets 4-0 in Game 4, win qualifying round series
Sean Monahan and Sam Bennett each scored a goal and an assist, and the Calgary Flames beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-0 in Game 4 on Thursday night to win their qualifying round series.
Suns win 4th straight bubble game, top Pacers 114-99
The NBA bubble appears to have given the Phoenix Suns new life.
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Trump issues orders banning TikTok and WeChat
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Quiet please: A PGA with no fans and the new normal for golf
To those overserved boors who insist on screaming “Mashed Potatoes!” every time Dustin Johnson or Brooks Koepka unloads with their driver, we have one simple request for you.
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Gary Sanchez finally belts homer after being dropped to eighth
PHILADELPHIA — One homer doesn’t mean a hitter has escaped a horrific slump, but when it comes to the disappointing start to Gary Sanchez’s season it provides a glimmer of hope. After getting hit by a pitch on the left elbow in the second game of Wednesday night’s doubleheader against the Phillies, Sanchez informed Aaron...
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Jason Day continues recent improvement with early PGA lead
Jason Day is on a pretty good run for a guy who hasn’t won a tournament in two years.
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How Travelers Are Beating Tough Flight Restrictions Eight Month Into the Pandemic
The push to normalize is seeing some try to travel internationally again, whether for a long-delayed but essential business trip or to return to where they live
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China sentences fourth Canadian to death on drug charges
China has sentenced a fourth Canadian citizen to death on drug charges in less than two years following a sharp downturn in ties over the arrest of an executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei.
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Oakland A's bench coach apologizes for apparent Nazi salute
"My gesture unintentionally resulted in a racist and horrible salute that I do not believe in. What I did is unacceptable and I deeply apologize," Christenson said in a statement.
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Portland mayor condemns rioters for 'attempting to commit murder'
Portland, Ore. Mayor Ted Wheeler Thursday evening harshly condemned the actions of rioters who attempted to set fire to a police precinct and blocked the exits while officers were inside.
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Canadian citizen is second in two days to be sentenced to death in China on drug charges
A Canadian citizen in China has been sentenced to death for transporting and manufacturing illegal substances, a Chinese court announced Friday.
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Canadian citizen is second in two days to be sentenced to death in China on drug charges
The Intermediate People's Court of Foshan City in Guangdong Province said Ye Jianhui was given the death sentence for "for the crime of transporting and manufacturing drugs, and confiscated all individuals property," according to a court statement released on Friday.
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Blake Martinez glad to finally meet new Giants teammates
Yes, they have bodies. This is what Blake Martinez confirmed after a spring and early summer spent away from his new team facility. Martinez arrived from the Packers to direct the Giants defense, but for months all he could do to connect was through Zoom meetings on his laptop. It was not until he reported...
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Manhattan Project scientists used their talents to destroy, even as they fought to save
As they learned more about the project they were working on, atomic bomb scientists pushed back. But humanity won't let new weapons go to waste.      
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The one weakness that could derail Yankees’ title hopes
PHILADELPHIA — No doubt, no debate, over where the worry can be found within this Yankees paradise. Even after committing a record sum to an elite starting pitcher last winter, even as that well-compensated, elite starting pitcher has performed well out of the gate to help the Yankees win nine of their first 12 games...
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NYC residents complain of drug use stemming from 3 hotels housing homeless
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SpaceX launches 57 more Starlink satellites, capping busy week
With the 10th Starlink launch, SpaceX has now placed nearly 600 internet relay satellites in orbit.
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De Blasio ‘grandstanding’ on police reform, so cop unions file lawsuit: reports
A coalition of 18 police unions in New York state has banded together with plans to oppose New York City’s recently approved police reform bill – which one union spokesman described as “political grandstanding” by Bill de Blasio, the city’s Democrat mayor, according to a report.
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Hawaii reinstates inter-island travel quarantine and other restrictions as Covid-19 cases surge
Hawaiian officials are tightening restrictions after a surge in Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations statewide -- with majority of the cases on the island of Oahu.
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Texas Tech women’s coach Marlene Stollings fired after report of abuse
LUBBOCK, Texas — Texas Tech fired women’s basketball coach Marlene Stollings on Thursday, a day after a scathing newspaper report alleging a culture of abuse in her program. Athletic director Kirby Hocutt announced the firing in a one-sentence statement while adding that he planned to address the decision Friday. Players made claims of abuse over...
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Tanzanian miner finds third rare tanzanite gem worth millions after record haul
A small-scale miner from Tanzania made another record discovery of one of the world's rarest gemstone this month, hauling in a precious 14 pound stone valued at $2 million, according to a report.
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Tax-free shopping coming to 10 states with sales tax holidays this weekend. Here's where to save.
Florida sales tax holiday starts Friday and Texas, Ohio, South Carolina, New Mexico, Iowa, Oklahoma and Virginia also kick off tax-free shopping.       
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Coronavirus: 7-year-old youngest to die in Georgia, health officials say
A 7-year-old old boy from Savannah, Ga. with no underlying conditions became the youngest victim to die from the coronavirus in the state, the Georgia Department of Public Health reported Thursday.
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A Daniel Jones Year 2 leap would energize the Giants
There is no Eli Manning now in front of him on the depth chart, no Eli Manning in the quarterback room, no Eli Manning in the socially distanced locker room, no awkward Eli Manning questions for Daniel Jones to answer. But because icons leave giant footsteps to fill when they retire, there will be Eli...
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Ex-aide pleads guilty to murder of Arkansas state Sen. Linda Collins
The former aide of an Arkansas state Senator pleaded guilty to the murder of her boss on Thursday, according to local reports. Rebecca Lynn O’Donnell, a former aide to the late Republican state Sen. Linda Collins, copped to first-degree murder and abuse of a corpse during a court hearing Thursday, after previously maintaining her innocence. “I...
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A lookback at TikTok's rise and controversies
President Donald Trump issued executive orders that will ban TikTok from operating in the US in 45 days if they are not sold by their Chinese-owned parent companies. CNN's Hadas Gold looks back at the rise and controversies of the app.
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Three dismissed from University of Louisville men's soccer team after organizing a party
Three University of Louisville men's soccer players have been dismissed from the team after organizing a party amid the coronavirus pandemic, the school's athletics department said Thursday. The party may have contributed to the spread Covid-19 among student-athletes.
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Brooks Koepka in position to pull off PGA Championship 3-peat
SAN FRANCISCO — I’m not here to pronounce the 2020 PGA Championship as done, dusted and decided after one round at TPC Harding Park. But what I am here to advise is this: Don’t bet against Brooks Koepka, who’s three rounds away from making history. Koepka’s form, missing for the better part of the past...
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Dan Crenshaw blasts Teen Vogue op-ed advocating end to private property rights
Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw blasted Teen Vogue Thursday over an op-ed the magazine published that advocates for the eventual end of private property rights.  
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