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More grocery chains recall onions over salmonella risks
Some Trader Joe's and Ralph's stores sold vegetable possibly linked to hundreds of illnesses around the U.S.
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Is it safe to ride public transit during the pandemic?
It depends on a variety of factors, but there are ways to minimize risk.
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Democrats roll out prime time convention speakers
Michelle Obama, Jill Biden and former President Obama are set to deliver keynote addresses. Former Governor John Kasich, a Republican, will also address the convention.
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President Donald Trump would rather NFL not play if players kneel during anthem
Donald Trump wants the NFL to play in 2020. But if players choose to kneel in protest during the national anthem, he'd rather the league not play.       
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'Terror crocodile' had teeth 'the size of bananas,' researchers find
Giant "terror crocodiles" that reached more than 30 feet in length had teeth "the size of bananas," according to a newly published study.
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Democrats unveil wide-ranging speaker schedule for convention
The Democratic National Convention will feature a star-studded array of the country’s most prominent party leaders for Joe Biden's coronation.
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Perseids, the best meteor shower of the year, peaks tonight
Here's how to catch a glimpse of one of the most spectacular meteor showers of the year.
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Robin Williams’ daughter Zelda announces social media break on 6th anniversary of his death
Robin Williams’ daughter Zelda announced that she would be taking a break from social media on the anniversary of the actor’s death.
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Phil Collins' 'In the Air Tonight' is back on the charts after twin YouTubers rapturously reacted to the song
Tim and Fred Williams, 22-year-old twins and YouTubers, recently filmed themselves listening to Collins' 1981 single for the first time. Their endearing reaction seems to have revived the song's popularity.
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Janice Dean was told New York Senate Majority 'uncomfortable' with her testifying on nursing home deaths
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo “fails to take any responsibility” for coronavirus- related nursing home deaths in the state, Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean, who recently lost her elderly in-laws to COVID-19, told “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday.
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DC Circuit Court grills lawyers in Flynn case over whether case should be dropped
Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's attorney adamantly argued before the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday that District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan overstepped his authority by pushing for further arguments rather than grant prosecutors' motion to dismiss Flynn's case.
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Looking back: Loyola High had six talented quarterbacks in 2017
Miller Moss, Finn Collins and Nathan Priestley were among six quarterbacks in the Loyola program.
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Cleveland BASE jumper slams into building on his way down, video shows
A Cleveland woman says she and her cousin were astonished when they noticed what they describe as a BASE jumper parachuting off a downtown building early Sunday morning.
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State Dept. hits NBC News' Wuhan lab article as 'regurgitated Chinese Communist Party propaganda'
The State Department on Monday took aim at an NBC News article about the Wuhan Institute of Virology, accusing the outlet of failing to press for facts and of having had “regurgitated Chinese Communis Party propaganda.”
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Athletics' Ramon Laureano says remark about his mom triggered Astros brawl
Oakland Athletics outfielder Ramon Laureano was involved in a massive brawl on Sunday against the Houston Astros that he said was triggered by a comment made about his mother.
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Fiery explosion at Russian gas station injures at least 13
At least 13 people were injured when a fire sparked the blast Monday while a fuel tank was at the gas station in Volgograd.
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Full appeals court hears arguments on DOJ effort to drop Flynn case
A federal appeals court heard arguments Tuesday on whether it should overrule a district judge and dismiss former national security adviser Michael Flynn's criminal case.
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Trump says relationship with China's Xi changed, two haven't spoken in a 'long time'
President Trump's relationship with China began to fray as a result of coronavirus pandemic
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Donald Trump: College Football ‘Making a Tragic Mistake’ if It Cancels Season for Coronavirus
"I think football's making a tragic mistake," he said.
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Which materials make good masks, which don't
Masks of cotton fabric, especially densely woven, work better than fleece, bandanas, or gaiters, say researchers who tested how droplets get through.
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Lawmakers urge the FDA to temporarily clear e-cigarettes from market amid Covid pandemic. Here's why
In a letter to the US Food and Drug Administration, lawmakers are urging the agency to temporarily clear the market of all e-cigarettes for the duration of the coronavirus crisis.
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LA deputies point weapons at black teens who were attack victims
California deputies held three black teens at gunpoint after they were allegedly attacked by a man with a knife, video shows. Tammi Collins, who is the mother of one of the teens, shared footage Saturday of two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies pointing weapons in Santa Clarita Valley at the victims, who were off-camera. Collins...
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Donald Trump *actually* wants his face added to Mount Rushmore
President Donald Trump spoke with South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem about the possibility of adding his face to the iconic Mount Rushmore. Chris Cillizza explains why it makes perfect sense he'd want to be memorialized this way.
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The 34 wildest lines from Donald Trump's wildly inaccurate coronavirus press conference
Late Monday afternoon, President Donald Trump took to the podium in the White House briefing room to give one of his semi-regular updates on the fight against coronavirus. And even by the remarkably low standard for truth that he has set in office, it was a doozy.
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Saudi arms sales: Watchdog finds State Department followed law but failed to address civilian deaths
A federal watchdog said Secretary of State Pompeo followed the law in declaring an "emergency" to push through an $8 billion weapons deal with Saudi Arabia.       
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Democratic National Convention unveils list of speakers
The Democratic National Convention on Tuesday unveiled a schedule of speakers including NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo, firebrand Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Hillary Clinton and 2016 GOP presidential candidate John Kasich.
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Sabrina Carpenter & Jordan Fisher’s Dance Duets are the Best Part of Netflix’s ‘Work It’
To quote Zara Larsson: "WOW."
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Meghan Markle received a ‘master class’ from Queen Elizabeth before leaving royal family, book claims
Queen Elizabeth II was determined to help newcomer Meghan Markle settle into royal life before the former American actress stepped back with Prince Harry.
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Can I travel abroad soon? These passport and pandemic updates will help you decide
U.S. officials are easing warnings, but virus rates vary and other countries are nervous about Americans
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Investigation underway after Secret Service officer shoots suspect near White House
The Secret Service said it is investigating a shooting incident that occurred near the White House complex on Monday. A Secret Service officer shot a suspect who allegedly claimed he had a weapon. Both were taken to the hospital. The incident occurred as President Trump was briefing reporters. Ben Tracy reports.
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Reds vs. Royals prediction: Luis Castillo poised for rebound
Enough? Meh. Our front page Monday screamed that 1,000 people have been shot in New York City this year. Take-charge Mayor de Blasio responded by opening more cooling centers. #Worstmayorever, although Lori Lightfoot, mayor of Beirut — or is it Chicago? — is narrowing the gap. The last-place Royals swept the first-place Twins in K.C....
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Alyssa Milano says she's losing her hair after long battle with COVID-19
Milano is not the only person to report hair loss as a result of COVID-19 – many survivors have reported their hair falling out in clumps.
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Democratic convention speaker schedule revealed: What to know
The Democratic National Committee revealed details Tuesday about the lineup of events and speakers at the 2020 Democratic National Committee.
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The Virus Is Killing Young Floridians. Work, Not Partying, Is Often to Blame.
The number of younger adults in the state who died of the disease quadrupled last month, as rising numbers of them tested positive.
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Where Was ‘The Lost Husband’ on Netflix Filmed?
Though not technically a Hallmark movie, this is basically a Hallmark movie.
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Colorado park ranger posts message warning guests not to feed pizza to moose
Sorry, moose, no pizzas for you.
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Updates on college football season: What will the Big Ten, SEC and Power Five leagues do?
There's uncertainty about the future of the college football season with the Big Ten possibly shutting down. Where things stand on key issues.        
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Trump wants NFL to play season, but not if players kneel during anthem
President Trump said Tuesday that he wants the NFL to open his year but not if players take a knee during the national anthem. “You’re making millions of dollars to play the sport. They have to respect their country. If they don’t stand for their flag, I would be very happy if the NFL didn’t...
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Utah teen dies after rescuing girl, 2, from upside-down car crash into canal
A 15-year-old boy in Utah died from his injuries at the hospital on Monday after diving back into a canal to try to save a 2-year-old left trapped when their car plunged into the water this weekend.  
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Trump says Biden's running-mate pick could be significant for 'obvious reason'
President Trump said Americans typically don’t vote based on a presidential candidate’s running mate, but Joe Biden, the Democrats’ presumptive nominee, “has got some pretty big things going on,” so his selection could be more significant than in years past.
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Danica Patrick responds to ‘failed dating’ criticism after Aaron Rodgers split
Danica Patrick has no room for negativity in her life.
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Kellyanne Conway: Democratic mayors starting to 'lose it,' realizing Trump will get 4 more years
Democratic mayors are "losing it" and attacking President Trump instead of addressing the issues plaguing their cities, counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway told "Fox & Friends" Tuesday.
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Kylie Jenner celebrates 23rd birthday in custom crystal corset
With her age written in sparkling stones.
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Bahrain's human trafficking fight draws US recognition
Human trafficking is one of the world’s most rampant human-rights violations, and sadly, one of its most profitable crimes -- but the U.S. has found that a select group of countries is making sufficient efforts to fight the scourge. Among them: Bahrain, which has worked to open doors for any of its citizens to report suspected human-trafficking crimes.
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Celebrities demand justice for Breonna Taylor with T-shirt campaign
Jessica Alba, Regina King, Olivia Wilde and Tracee Ellis Ross are just a few of the stars who have participated.
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Belarusian opposition leader flees to Lithuania after disputing presidential election results
Belarus’ top opposition leader has fled her country after disputing the results of the presidential election and amid a police crackdown on those protesting authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Lucky Day’ on Amazon Prime, a ‘90s-Style Pulpish-Fictional Retro-Ripoff
Crispin Glover plays an assassin Chigurhing his way through the movie.
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Cardi B addresses Breonna Taylor's death, details her hopes for the 2020 presidential election
Cardi B is drawing attention to Breonna Taylor's death in her cover interview for Elle's September issue. She also talks about her election hopes.        
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