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China's factories are growing at the strongest pace in nearly a decade. But weakness remains
Activity at China's factories just grew at the fastest pace in nearly a decade, signaling that the country's economic recovery is continuing to pick up momentum. But analysts warn that the coronavirus pandemic's grip on much of the world is still leaving room for weakness in the second largest economy.
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China's factories are growing at the strongest pace in nearly a decade
Activity at China's factories just grew at the fastest pace in nearly a decade, signaling that the country's economic recovery is continuing to pick up momentum. But analysts warn that the coronavirus pandemic's grip on much of the world is still leaving room for weakness in the second largest economy.
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Pro athletes who stood for national anthem amid fever pitch to support social justice initiatives
Sports are back and professional athletes have turned to social justice activism during the national anthem to raise awareness on racial injustice and police brutality in the U.S.
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Lord & Taylor files for bankruptcy
Parent company of Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Banks also filed. Many recent filers were already struggling but virus-forced closure of non-essential stores pushed them to brink.
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Islamic State attack on Afghan prison, killing 21, rages on
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HSBC’s Split Personality Is Dragging It Down
Having to serve different geopolitical masters is as much a threat as swelling Covid-related loan losses.
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People in Melbourne line up at supermarkets ahead of curfew
Victoria, the largest state in Australia, has declared a "state of disaster" and announced stricter lockdown as cases of coronavirus rise. A nightly curfew has also been placed on the city of Melbourne. CNN's Angus Watson reports.
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How US police gear up to respond to protests
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First U.S. partial face transplant recipient dies at 57
The Cleveland Clinic says Connie Culp died of complications from an infection unrelated to her transplant, which was in 2008.
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Tropical Storm Isaias could hit Carolinas at near-hurricane strength
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‘Not handling the pandemic well’: Man fires at cops with AK-47 after refusing to wear a mask, police say
Adam Zaborowski insisted that he wasn't required to wear a mask inside a cigar store before allegedly shooting at a clerk and later firing at police with an AK-47.
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Microsoft trying to buy TikTok's U.S. arm after talking with Trump
The president had said he was going to ban the popular video app from the U.S.
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Lord & Taylor, America’s Oldest Department Store, Files for Bankruptcy
The company, with 38 stores and 651 employees as of the filing
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COVID-19 relief negotiations, Tropical Storm Isaias, Google Pixel 4a: 5 things you need to know Monday
More negotiations on stimulus deal, Tropical Storm Isaias moves toward Carolinas and more news to start your Monday.       
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A 'major incident' has been declared in Manchester, England
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TikTok owners will relocate to London from Beijing
LONDON – TikTok owner ByteDance will move its headquarters to London from Beijing under a deal approved by British ministers, The Sun newspaper reported. ByteDance’s founders are to announce their intention to set up shop in London soon, the newspaper said, adding that the move was likely to upset U.S. President Donald Trump who has...
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Man in wild police shootout was ‘not handling the pandemic well,’ lawyer says
A Pennsylvania man who started multiple shootouts last week, including one with police, was “just not handling the pandemic well,” according to his lawyer. The series of incidents began when a clerk at the Cigars International Superstore in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, confronted Adam Michael Zaborowski, 35, for not wearing a mask while indoors. He allegedly refused...
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Islamic State attacks Afghan prison in apparent attempt to free members
KABUL, Afghanistan — An Islamic State group attack on a prison in eastern Afghanistan holding hundreds of its members raged on Monday after killing at least 21 people in fighting overnight, a local official said. Another 43 people have been wounded in the attack that began late Sunday when an Islamic State suicide bomber slammed...
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Fact-checking Trump’s Goya ad, in Spanish
The Trump campaign translated into Spanish its false claims about Joe Biden, so we translated our fact checks.
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Why did my electric bill go up? Summer's here and we're in our houses more than ever
Many Americans are getting higher electricity bills due to spending more time at home. Here's what you can do about it.       
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Marines in training exercise accident off California coast ID’d
All eight missing service members are presumed dead after a 40-hour search effort was unsuccessful
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Hundreds gather for secret rave under NYC’s Kosciuszko Bridge
Party like it’s COVID-19 — phase four. An illicit rave took place under the Kosciuszko Bridge in Brooklyn Saturday night, as bars and clubs remain on lockdown from the coronavirus. Some revelers wore masks at the wild dance party that rocked into the early hours of Sunday morning, but showed a rampant disregard for social...
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Abductions, Censorship and Layoffs: Pakistani Critics Are Under Siege
Recent abductions of a journalist and an activist have underscored Pakistan’s worsening rights conditions as the country’s security forces pressure the news media and human rights groups.
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Tropical Storm Isaias could hit the Carolinas at near-hurricane strength
Tropical Storm Isaias battered Florida's east coast with heavy rains Sunday and is now on track to be at near hurricane strength when it reaches the Carolinas.
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No signs Trump has pandemic plan despite chilling warnings
• US coronavirus 'extraordinarily widespread,' Birx warns • Latest on Covid-19: 'Major incident' declared in Manchester, UK • Amit Shah tests positive for Covid-19 • Premier of Victoria plunged the region into a 'state of disaster' • The Rock's Netflix film will resume shooting in 'quarantined bubble'
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One of India’s Most Powerful Officials, a Close Aide to PM Modi, Tests Positive for COVID-19
India has the most confirmed cases after the U.S. and Brazil—and one of the world’s fastest growing epidemics, adding more than 50,000 cases each day
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Mexican national dies after apparent fall from Arizona border wall
A 33-year-old Mexican man died in American custody on Saturday about a week after falling from the US-Mexico border wall, authorities said. The man was found injured in an open field near Yuma, Arizona by agents from the US Customs and Border Protection on July 26, the agency said. He told agents he had plunged...
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Tropical Storm Isaias on track to impact the Carolinas late Monday after moving north off Florida coast
After a weekend of storm preparation with utility crews being staged and shelters being opened in Florida, Tropical Storm Isaias is on track to impact the Carolinas, with storm warnings being extended as far north as Delaware early Monday morning.
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No one is immune to coronavirus, expert says, with infections rising in both rural and urban communities
The US has entered a "new phase" of the coronavirus pandemic, a top expert says, with cases rising in both urban and rural areas.
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HSBC profits plunge 65% as the pandemic continues to batter its business
HSBC posted a 65% drop in profit in its first-half 2020 results Monday as the bank continues to be weighed down by the effects of the coronavirus crisis and falling interest rates around the world.
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HSBC profits plunge 65% as the pandemic continues to batter its business
HSBC's profits plunged in the first half of this year as the bank was weighed down by the coronavirus crisis.
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Florida man buys Porsche with fake check printed from home computer
A man in Florida reportedly purchased a brand new Porsche with a check he printed on a home computer — and then decided to splurge on some watches. Casey William Kelley, 42, cashed in the nearly $140,000 check at a local car dealership on Tuesday but was taken into custody one day later when he...
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Cuban business owner in Louisville decries BLM protesters’ demands as ‘mafia tactics’
Martinez came to the U.S. when he was 18 years old on a raft, the report says
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Vetting for Joe Biden's VP pick in final stretch
Joe Biden is facing increased pressure to tap a woman of color as his running mate in the wake of America's reckoning with racism. He says he'll have his pick this month. (Aug. 3)       
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Yankees’ Giancarlo Stanton hopes leaner frame helps him avoid injuries
Giancarlo Stanton planned to play this season leaner with the hope less weight on a large frame would help him avoid the injuries that limited him to 18 regular season games and five in the postseason last year. Then he suffered a calf strain at the beginning of spring training, but that didn’t deter the...
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What to watch on Monday: ‘Immigration Nation’ on Netflix
Monday, August 3, 2020 | “The Fugitive” on Quibi.
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Sturgis rally expecting 250K, stirring coronavirus concerns
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South Dakota's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally expecting to draw 250K, amid coronavirus concerns
The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is expecting to see more than a quarter-million people descend upon a scarcely populated South Dakota city in August, making it likely the biggest event so far during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report.
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson says Netflix film 'Red Notice' will resume shooting in a 'quarantined bubble'
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has announced that his production company will resume shooting the Netflix film "Red Notice" in a "quarantined bubble" next month.
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson says Netflix film 'Red Notice' will resume shooting in a 'quarantined bubble'
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has announced that his production company will resume shooting the Netflix film "Red Notice" in a "quarantined bubble" next month.
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Hundreds infected with coronavirus at Georgia camp, raising fears about risk for children
A coronavirus outbreak at a Georgia sleepaway camp in June saw hundreds infected with the coronavirus, renewing concerns about children contracting the disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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This is how American police gear up to respond to protests
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Florida man fatally shoots Burger King worker over drive-thru delay
A Florida man fatally shot an Orlando Burger King worker Saturday night after his friend’s drive-thru order took too long to complete, according to a report. Kelvis Rodriguez-Tormes, 37, is accused of gunning down Desmond Joshua, 22, in the parking lot of the fast food restaurant on E. Colonial Drive about 7:30 p.m., according to...
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An Infant Whose Parents Were Killed in El Paso Walmart Shooting Is Growing Up in the Shadow of Tragedy
Authorities say Jordan Anchondo shielded her son Paul from gunfire, while her husband shielded them both
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Joe Biden should not debate President Trump, Clinton’s ex-WH spokesman says
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David Peterson shows more Mets promise during chaotic day
Between Yoenis Cespedes not showing up and later opting out of the season, and the Mets offense remaining inept, it was another dark day in Atlanta for Luis Rojas’ team. There was one ray of sunshine trying to peek through the storm clouds, however. Rookie left-hander David Peterson delivered his second strong outing to begin...
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Ahead of election, Black women seize the spotlight
Cobb County, Georgia has recently transformed: from a once reliably Republican suburb to a place where more Black women are demonstrating their political power. For many, this election – amid the pandemic and nationwide protests – is do or die. (Aug. 3)       
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Aaron Judge making MVP case with scary Yankees power: Sherman
Twenty-seven homers in a 60-game season would be the equivalent of 73 homers. This public service announcement is offered by those watching Aaron Judge this young season. There is so much to hate about the 2020 campaign. So much to be concerned with on a daily — sometimes hourly basis. But Judge swinging a bat...
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