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Florida couple sues hospital after newborn son’s remains go missing
A Florida hospital allegedly lost a dead newborn’s body, the baby’s grieving parents claim in a lawsuit. Kathryn and Travis Wilson say St. Joseph’s Hospital in Tampa lost the remains of their son Jacob, who died three days after his February birth, according to a $30,000 negligence lawsuit filed against the hospital in June. The...
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Prince Harry in constant contact with Charles for emotional, financial support
Despite being “disappointed and crushed” by scandalous revelations, Charles has stood by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
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The perfect storm behind Pete Alonso’s uneasy Mets start
There was little chance Pete Alonso was going to hit 53 home runs even if this wasn’t a 60-game pandemic season. And it isn’t as if Alonso is the only Met off to a slow start, in a sprint of a season that has cautioned one and all against slow starts. And even as the...
Kelly Osbourne pulls an Adele, is unrecognizable after stunning weight loss
The scion of Sharon and Ozzy has shed more than 50 pounds and is showcasing her new look on Instagram with fans calling her “unrecognizable” as she traded in her goth look for a purple pinup doll.
Over 250 quarantined in Georgia district after first week of school
Over a dozen students and teachers from the district have tested positive since school began on Monday.
Tyler Perry puts his creativity and financial might to get the cameras rolling again
One of the industries that was brought to a grinding halt by the coronavirus pandemic has been the entertainment industry. Broadway stays dark, concert halls big and small sit empty, and television and film production have been on perma-pause. This, at a time when many people are looking for something new to distract them.
Ex-Angels employee charged in pitcher Tyler Skaggs' overdose death
Former Los Angeles Angels director of communications Eric Prescott Kay was arrested in Texas on Friday in connection with the overdose death of pitcher Tyker Skaggs, prosecutors said.
TikTok To Sue Trump Administration Over Ban, As Soon As Tuesday
Lawyers for video-sharing app TikTok are preparing a lawsuit that challenges President Trump's executive order banning the hugely popular service from the U.S.
A Memphis woman, barely recovering from COVID-19, was evicted from her home
Leslie Nelson's eviction was spurred by medical debt that was not her own, but rather attached to the house passed down to her, she said.
Final canister of nuclear waste transferred to storage facility at San Onofre
The transfer of dozens of canisters of nuclear waste to a dry storage facility at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station wrapped up Friday.
Zoë Kravitz Calls Out Hulu For Lack Of Diversity After ‘High Fidelity’ Cancellation
While Hulu does have a Black Stories page dedicated to Black content, the majority does not consist of Hulu originals with Black female leads.
"Heartbroken": MAC cancels fall football season over virus
The conference's university presidents made the decision to cancel all fall sports - including soccer and volleyball - and explore making them up in the spring season.
More than 300K in NYC area still without power after Isaias
Hundreds of thousands of homes in the region are still without power, four days after Hurricane Isiais tore through the Eastern seaboard. Con Edison and PSEG reported downed electricity in a total of 322,056 households across its territories in the New York-New Jersey-Philadelphia area as of Saturday morning, outages maps show. More than half of...
‘Don’t Kill Granny’ becomes British city’s new social distancing slogan
Public health officials in the city of Preston, population 4.5 million, adopted the slogan after they noticed a spike in COVID-19 among young adults.
Why millennials’ distaste for Baby Boomers is justified
Think millennials are whiny and depressed? A new book argues they have every reason to be
Biden claims he's picked a running mate, then cracks a joke
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden claimed to Fox News on Saturday that he has picked a running mate -- before following it up with a joke about who the choice was.
After clashing with Trump over pandemic response, Maryland's Hogan now under fire for his own state leadership
For the past several months, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has clashed with Donald Trump over the President's lax response to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the two-term Republican governor is sparring with state and local officials who say Hogan is not being responsive enough.
NYC will die if we don’t allow indoor dining in Midtown ASAP
If we don't allow indoor dining in Midtown soon, we can stick a fork in the city for good, argues Steve Cuozzo
Police brace for more protests in Portland after another night of clashes
Protesters in Portland used pool noodles filled with nails as weapons and hurled eggs and rocks at officers during a demonstration outside a law enforcement building Friday night.
What not to do in a bear attack? Push your slower friends down in attempts of saving yourself, says the National Park Service
If you're being confronted by a bear, there's a few things you should know before running away.
Nurse loses leg after she ignored pain to care for COVID patients
"You forget about your own pains because you're busy helping other people," she said.
Dark dystopian shows are out as Americans binge on comfort TV
There was once a time (last year) when we were obsessed with apocalypse TV. Back when more of us went into actual offices, we eagerly discussed the flesh melting off people’s bodies in HBO’s critically acclaimed “Chernobyl.” “The Handmaid’s Tale” was so popular Kylie Jenner devoted a friend’s 22nd birthday bash to it (to much...
Kim Kardashian laughs with Kanye West in family video following reports of marital struggles
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian seem to be smoothing out their differences as the two can be heard erupting into laughter in a family video posted Friday.
While Washington points fingers, out-of-work Americans feel the pain
Talks for a new stimulus are on ice, out-of-work Americans are looking at smaller unemployment benefits and the threat of eviction, but Washington feels more broken than ever.
Spanish matador Enrique Ponce gored in the butt by dying bull
You mess with the bull, you get the horns. A matador in Cadiz, Spain, was gored in a bullfight this week as the dying animal gave it one last stab and rammed his horns into his tormentor’s buttocks before being killed. Enrique Ponce, 48, was “flipped over by the mortally wounded bull, but escaped without...
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway earnings jumped 87% as it recovers from the pandemic
Berkshire Hathaway is recovering from a rough start to the year where it was hard hit by the coronavirus. On Saturday morning, it posted $26.3 billion in net income for the most recent quarter, up almost 87% from last year.
2 Ex-Green Berets Sentenced 20 Years for Failed Plot to Overthrow Venezuela’s President
They admitted to taking part in the May 4 operation orchestrated by a third ex-U.S. soldier, Venezuelan's chief prosecutor said
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Ilhan Omar's primary race heats up, as Dem challenger claims her campaign is 'falling apart'
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., is facing a tougher-than-expected challenge in the upcoming Democratic primary for her seat in the state’s 5th District -- with a challenger who has out-raised her claiming that her campaign is “falling apart.”
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Trump weighing executive order to force insurers to cover pre-existing conditions, something Obamacare does
Trump said he will pursue an order requiring health insurers to cover pre-existing conditions, a stipulation already made by the Affordable Care Act.        
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$14K reward offered in suspected arson case that killed 5 members of a family
$14K reward offered in suspected arson case that killed 5 members of a family
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Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to 43 states
Contaminated onions have now been found in 43 states and sickened 640 people.
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President Trump threatens executive action as negotiations over COVID relief stall
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NY Times panned after op-ed claims it's been '36 years' since a man and woman ran together on Dem ticket
An opinion piece published in The New York Times on Saturday that incorrectly asserted it has "been 36 years since a man and woman ran together [in a presidential election] on a Democratic Party ticket" was immediately panned on Twitter, prompting The Times to delete its tweet and corrected the column.
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How To Watch Clippers Vs. Trail Blazers Live Online
Portland's battle to win the eighth seed continues as they take on the Clippers.
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Timothy Johnson wants to make title run, lose journeyman label following Bellator 243 win
Timothy Johnson turning things around in his career.       Related StoriesMyles Jury has one fight left on Bellator contract, wants it against Patricio FreireFor free agent Michael Chandler, Bellator 243 served as proof he's as good as everAJ Agazarm claims judging bias in loss to Cris Lencioni, wants result overturned 
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Sarri departs after Juventus falls short again in Champions League
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MIT professor: This could be the biggest 2020 voting disruptor
MIT Political Science Professor Charles Stewart III tells CNN's Michael Smerconish the pandemic's effect on poll workers could cause a major disruption to the 2020 election process.
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Hear 2020 prediction from professor who has accurately called elections since 1984
American University history professor Allan Lichtman developed a system that has accurately predicted every presidential election since 1984 (with one exception: he predicted Al Gore, who did win the popular vote but lost to George W. Bush. Licthman stands by that prediction).
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How the pandemic may be widening the gender pay gap
During the economic downturn brought on by the pandemic, women have suffered more job losses than men.
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Rescuers scramble to find more survivors after deadly Beirut blast
Rescuers in Beirut knew Saturday they were racing against the clock to find anyone still alive four days after a massive chemical explosion rocked the city’s port, leaving a swath of the city in ruins. They dug through the rubble of fallen apartment buildings and shops in the hopes that they wouldn’t have to add...
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Thousands Protest in Beirut, Blaming Corruption and Negligence for Devastating Explosion
This week's massive explosion devastated large parts of Beirut and killed more than 150 people
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Instacart went on a hiring spree. These workers got squeezed
After Kenneth Bloom retired from a career in the grocery business, he didn't stray far. The 61-year-old focused on delivering groceries for Instacart, a role he'd been doing as a side-gig before retirement. The work gave him more flexibility, a source of income to supplement his pension, and the chance to continue indulging in his fondness for food shopping.
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Why New York’s new ‘anti-Karen’ law will backfire
The push to reform policing is moving on multiple fronts. Not only are governments across America targeting law-enforcement agencies; they’re also imposing new regulations on society. In mid-June, Gov. Cuomo signed into law State Senate Bill 8492, which imposes a civil penalty for calling the cops on a black person, or any other member of...
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Virginia Supreme Court Grants Temporary Moratorium on Evictions
In a 4-3 decision Friday, the state's high court granted a request by Gov. Ralph Northam to allow a pause to eviction proceedings. The decision halts evictions through September 7.
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Trump vows to force insurers to cover preexisting conditions
President Trump is promising to force insurance companies to cover preexisting conditions, which they are already required to do under Obamacare. “Over the next two weeks I’ll be pursuing a major executive order requiring health insurance companies to cover all preexisting conditions for all customers,” Trump told reporters Fright night at his golf club in...
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See the scene in Beirut as protesters call for a 'revolution'
After a deadly explosion shook Beirut, Lebanon, killing at least 154 people and injuring at least 5,000, protesters gathered in the city to demand help, answers and accountability from the government.
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Mandatory virus testing begins at German airport
Travellers arriving in Germany from most non-European Union countries and some regions within the bloc that have high numbers of coronavirus cases will have to undergo compulsory testing from Saturday. (Aug. 8)       
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