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Ex-Angels staffer charged in death of pitcher Tyler Skaggs
The Angels’ former director of communications has been charged with allegedly supplying drugs to Tyler Skaggs, the team’s pitcher who was found dead in his hotel room last July after an overdose, according to officials. Eric Kay was charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas announced Friday....
Lake Tahoe ranch where 'Bonanza' was filmed sells for $38 million
On the shores of Lake Tahoe, a 24-acre ranch where the western show 'Bonanza' was filmed just sold for $38 million.
The Real Reason the American Economy Boomed After World War II
How expanding opportunity for women, immigrants and nonwhite workers helped everyone — and why we need to do so again.
Set phasers on stunned: ‘Star Trek’ film reboot on hold, but could still happen
ViacomCBS wants to make sure they get it right.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Work It’ on Netflix, A Teen Dance Rom-Com With All The Right Moves
Sabrina Carpenter and Jordan Fisher lead the excellent multitalented cast of this delightful and dance-filled film.
At least 130,000 more coronavirus deaths projected by 2021
CNN's Sara Sidner reports that it is projected there will be 130,000 from coronavirus in the US by the end of the year as schools are starting to re-open across the country.
Ariana Grande shares rare videos of boyfriend Dalton Gomez, jokes what kids may look like
Ariana Grande, known for keeping her relationship with boyfriend Dalton Gomez private, is sharing several photos and videos from their time together.
New Hampshire Woman Becomes First Person to Get Second Face Transplant in U.S.
Carmen Blandin Tarleton will be getting her second face transplant in a decade after her first transplant began to fail
US counterintelligence chief: China and Iran favor Biden, Russia favors Trump
The Trump administration’s top counterintelligence official warned Friday that China and Iran are trying to help Joe Biden defeat President Trump, but that Russia appears to be opposing the presumptive Democratic nominee. National Counterintelligence and Security Center Director William Evanina issued the unusual assessment after Senate Democrats clamored for more awareness of foreign interventions. Evanina...
This week on "Face the Nation," August 9, 2020
White House National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien and Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb appear on Sunday's "Face the Nation"
Private equity wants to own your DNA
It's not like your hacked credit card number, one private expert said. You can't change your DNA.
Washington NFL owner Dan Snyder sues site for defamation over false Epstein claims
Snyder is seeking $10 million in damages and an admission as to whether the site was paid to post the rumors.
Canada’s Last Remaining Ice Shelf Crumbles Due to Global Warming
Satellite photos showed that about 43% of Canada's 4,000-year-old Milne Ice Shelf had broken off
Is Sabrina Carpenter Really Dancing in Netflix’s ‘Work It’
Carpenter's Work It moves are so impressive they've got us wondering if they're even real.
'Not A Person Whatsoever': Michigan County Official Defends Use Of N-Word
A local road commissioner is defending his use of the N-word — by repeatedly using the slur, and insisting that it does not imply he is a racist. State and local officials are urging his resignation.
Hasbro removing Trolls doll after complaints
Hasbro is offering to replace the Poppy doll for anyone who wants a different one.
College admissions scandal: Rick Singer's employee to plead guilty to racketeering
In a deal with the government, Mikaela Sanford admitted that she helped fabricate profiles that depicted the children of Rick Singer's wealthy clients as decorated athletes.
January Jones isn’t very subtle flirting with Kawhi Leonard
Actress January Jones took to social media to swoon over Los Angeles Clippers star Kawhi Leonard. Jones posted two Instagram stories of the two-time NBA champion, taken after he led the Clippers to an easy 126-111 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday night. In the first story, the former star of “Mad Men” added...
Intel official: China doesn't want Trump to win election
The US intelligence community's top election security official said in a statement that China "prefers" an outcome where President Donald Trump is not reelected in November, and Russia is working to denigrate former Vice President Joe Biden's White House bid. CNN's Evan Perez has more.
80,000 airline workers face furloughs due to COVID-19
Carriers and unions prepare to shrink amid what one executive calls the "biggest demand contraction" in airline history.
Coronavirus Take Force’s Dr. Birx tells 9 cities 'get on top of it' as positive cases rise
White House task force coordinator Birx warns 9 cities about trending positive cases to "get on it"
US to end deployment of US Marines in Norway after boosting it in 2018 amid Russian tensions
The US is ending the rotational deployment of some 700 US Marines to Norway, shifting to shorter more periodic deployments and focusing on training with the US Navy, a move that comes days after the Pentagon announced a major draw down of troops in Europe.
Publix, Giant Eagle stores added to nationwide onion recall, as more states report salmonella cases
The FDA, USDA and CDC are investigating an onion-linked salmonella outbreak that has grown to 640 illnesses and 85 hospitalizations in 43 states.
Pakistan to roll back lockdown measures as COVID-19 death numbers decline
Deaths have fallen to almost 10% of their peak numbers.
Serena Williams and daughter Olympia play dress-up in matching princess gowns
They're style royalty.
Trump continues his norm-breaking by campaigning from the White House
President Donald Trump is considering using the White House as the backdrop in a made-for-TV campaign moment later this month, accepting his party's nomination in a speech from the heights of the building's Truman Balcony to a throng of fellow Republicans on the South Lawn below.
Bob Greenblatt, Kevin Reilly exit WarnerMedia in dramatic shake-up
In a sweeping reorganization, WarnerMedia elevates studio chief Ann Sarnoff, who will also oversee all of the company's TV networks, including HBO.
Tim Minchin tries to stay ‘Upright’ in dark, complicated comedy
In "Upright," a dark comedy on Sundance Now, Tim Minchin plays Lucky Flynn, a depressed musician driving to visit his dying mother, his treasured piano attached by trailer to his car.
EXCLUSIVE: GOP group accuses Adobe of blocking digital ads blasting 'defund police'
EXCLUSIVE: Adobe has rejected a series of ads Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) depicting the dangers of the “defund the police” movement because the ads depict “violence or dangerous activities.”
Feds discover 'most sophisticated' cross-border tunnel with extensive ventilation, rail system
Immigration enforcement agents have uncovered a cross-border tunnel that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is saying could be the "most sophisticated" yet.
Former Education Secretary John King on “The Takeout” - 8/7/2020
Former Education Secretary John King joins Major to talk about how schools were challenged by closures in the spring due to the coronavirus and what challenges and risks schools face when reopening now, on this week’s episode of the “The Takeout with Major Garrett.”
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Berlin, Berlin: Lolle on the Run’ on Netflix, a German TV Series Gets a Movie Reunion
Smells like diminishing returns.
Jared Leto set to play Andy Warhol in upcoming movie
“Yes, it’s true that I will be playing Andy Warhol in an upcoming film,” he wrote in an Instagram post. "And so grateful and excited about this opportunity.”
DJ Erick Morillo arrested in Miami Beach for sexual battery
A rape kit came back positive for Morillo's DNA; the DJ denies the allegations.
AMA updates progress of vaccine trials in US
In a speech, delivered via livestream, the president of the American Medical Association laid out the progress being made in developing a COVID-19 vaccine in the United States. (Aug. 7)
'Degrassi' star Ana Golja stars in 'The Cuban'
Ana Golja shares what led her to produce and star in 'The Cuban' with Louis Gossett Jr. (Aug. 7)
US intel: Russia working to defeat Biden; China prefers Trump defeat
Russia wants to "denigrate" Joe Biden, while China views Trump as "unpredictable," says the U.S. National Counter-Intelligence and Security Center.
Hubble just made a major breakthrough in the search for alien life
Hubble took advantage of a total lunar eclipse to do a bit of science that may one day be used to detect life on other worlds. As NASA reports in a new blog post and video, Hubble was able to use the Moon as a sort of “mirror” that reflected the light beaming through Earth’s...
Intel community says Iran seeking to 'undermine' Trump, Russia working to 'denigrate' Biden in election
The intelligence community warned Friday that rival nations once again are attempting to influence U.S. policy and elections in a variety of ways, declaring that Iran wants to “undermine” President Trump while Russia is working to “primarily denigrate” former Vice President Joe Biden.
Samsung's Galaxy Watch 3 first impressions: Samsung's newest smartwatch shows a lot of promise
Samsung announced several new devices at its Galaxy Unpacked event this week. From the new Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra smartphones and Tab S7 tablets to the Galaxy Buds Live and the Galaxy Watch 3.
'Dream come true': Everett Fitzhugh, hired by Seattle Kraken, will be NHL's first Black play-by-play announcer
The Seattle Kraken, set to begin play in 2021-22, hired Everett Fitzhugh as play-by-play announcer. He had worked with ECHL's Cincinnati Cyclones.
ICE, DOJ announce indictments of poultry plant executives related to 2019 Mississippi immigration raid
Federal officials on Thursday announced the indictments of four poultry plant executives in Mississippi in relation to a major 2019 worksite enforcement raid that resulted in the detention of hundreds of illegal immigrants.
96-year-old WWII veteran graduates from college
Giuseppe Paterno, a 96-year-old World War II veteran from Palermo, Italy, just graduated from college – becoming the country's oldest university graduate.
Collabs from Cardi B and Juice Wrld plus Luke Bryan and more highlight New Music Friday
New music this weekend includes Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's NSFW "WAP," Luke Bryan's new LP plus a song from the late Juice Wrld and The Weeknd.
A Year After India Revoked Kashmir’s Special Status, Kashmiris Worry About a Demographic Shift
India’s government has made full use of the COVID-19 lockdown by passing the domicile rule, which has caused alarm because of its potential to change the demography of the Muslim-majority state of Jammu and Kashmir, writes human rights activist Khurram Parvez.
NFL player DeAndre Baker charged with armed robbery over alleged incident at Florida house party
He's accused of stealing cash and watches from four men at a house party in Miramar, Florida, in May. At the time of the alleged incident, witnesses said he robbed the men at gunpoint.
Canada's last intact Arctic ice shelf has collapsed
A 4,000-year-old chunk of ice larger than the size of Manhattan has collapsed into the Arctic Ocean.
I Worked at the Polls for the Michigan Primary. Mask Propaganda Started Early.
My fellow inspectors seemed more worried about voter fraud than the coronavirus.