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Ghislaine Maxwell pleads not guilty to federal sex trafficking charges and is denied bail
Ghislaine Maxwell, the one-time girlfriend and alleged accomplice of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, pleaded not guilty to an indictment during a bail hearing on Tuesday.
Ghislaine Maxwell asked to stay in luxury NYC hotel – instead of lockup – until trial
Jeffrey Epstein's alleged perverted cohort Ghislaine Maxwell asked to be allowed to stay in a luxury New York City hotel -- instead of federal lockup -- until her trial, it surfaced Tuesday.
Robinson Cano returns to Mets camp after undisclosed absence
The concern around Robinson Cano’s status has been quelled. Mets manager Luis Rojas said Tuesday afternoon the veteran second baseman was at Citi Field and set to practice with the team later in the day. Cano, 37, was absent from camp for the last week with no reason given. He reported to spring training 2.0...
JetBlue will continue to block middle seats until at least September
JetBlue has announced it will be extending its middle seat ban through summer. The carrier revealed Monday it will continue to block off middle seats on its larger aircraft and aisle seats on smaller planes in bookings through Sept. 8, in an update on its “Safety from the Ground Up” post about the steps JetBlue...
21-year-old brought home coronavirus, dad on ventilator now
Florida mom Michelle Zymet tells CNN's Brianna Keilar what the experience has been like to have her entire family test positive for coronavirus and her husband hospitalized on a ventilator after their 21-year-old son unknowingly brought coronavirus into their home.
Louisiana man accused of killing wife has trial delayed due to coronavirus: report
A Louisiana man accused of killing his wife nearly a decade ago is having his trial delayed because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, according to a report.
Ghislaine Maxwell held without bail on sex abuse, Epstein-related charges
Ghislaine Maxwell was ordered held without bail Tuesday — with a federal judge ruling that she “poses substantial actual risk of flight” after she purposely hid from authorities. “The nature and circumstances of the offense here weigh in favor of detention,” said Judge Alison Nathan during a video conference in Manhattan federal court. “The government...
Trump administration drops restrictions on online-only instruction for foreign students
The Trump administration has rescinded its policy that would bar international students who only take online courses from staying in the US, a federal judge announced Tuesday in Boston.
‘Dirty Dancing’ redux? Jennifer Grey to star in and produce new dance film
EXCLUSIVE: A new untitled dance movie is taking shape at Lionsgate, set in the 1990s and starring and executive produced by “Dirty Dancing” Golden Globe nominee Jennifer Grey. While details are being kept very quiet, there’s some rumblings that a new “Dirty Dancing” movie could be in the works. Sources aren’t confirming but they aren’t putting...
Ghislaine Maxwell Is Denied Bail by Judge Who Calls Her a Flight Risk
The longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein has been charged with helping him recruit, groom and ultimately sexually abuse girls as young as 14.
'Police reform failed for hundreds of years'
History professor Khalil Gibran Muhammad and activist Deborah Peterson Small trace the stain of racism in the criminal justice system from slavery to now.
Brazil's President Bolsonaro bitten by ostrich-like bird during coronavirus quarantine: local media
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro on Monday was bitten by an ostrich-like bird he was trying to feed while entering into his second week of quarantine at the presidential palace.
Ghislaine Maxwell denied bail: Judge determines Epstein cohort is 'substantial flight risk' because of wealth, 'foreign connections'
A New York judge on Tuesday denied Ghislaine Maxwell's bail request and push for home confinement as she awaits trial on sex trafficking charges.
Wellspring CEO takes leave after explosive rape allegations against his son
A New York buyout baron has taken a leave of absence from his fund after an explosive lawsuit claimed last week that he threatened an ex-employee to keep quiet after she accused his son of raping her. Bill Dawson is taking time off from his $2.2 billion private equity firm Wellspring Capital Management, which will...
Michigan business owner likens journalists to Hitler in ranting Facebook post
A Michigan business owner is backtracking after mistakenly posting a bizarre rant on his eatery’s Facebook page — instead of his personal page — likening the press to Adolf Hitler, referring to the coronavirus as the common cold, and claiming he saw a presumed-murdered woman years after she went missing. In a 1,200-word rant, Carl...
Lawmakers slam Robinhood after apparent suicide by 20-year-old trader
US lawmakers are pressing Robinhood to improve safeguards on the trading app a month after the apparent suicide of a 20-year-old student who saw a negative account balance of $730,000.
John Sununu: Biden's 'self-defeating' energy policies won't play well in battleground states
Former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu said on Tuesday that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s energy plan will not “play well” in rustbelt states Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, West Virginia and others.
White House invites Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot to work on police reform
Deputy Assistant to the President Ja'Ron Smith touted the Trump administration's work with other Democratic mayors while sending a public message to the Chicago mayor.
California pulls access to LAPD gang data in database after prosecutors say officers falsified records
As 16 Los Angeles police officers remain under investigation for possibly fabricating evidence, California's attorney general revoked access to data that the LAPD entered in a state gang database.
Michigan man killed by police after mask dispute at store
A Michigan man stabbed a shopper who confronted him about not wearing a mask at a convenience store Tuesday -- before being gunned down by law enforcement, authorities said.
Meet the mind-blowing bakers behind those viral cake videos
These bakers are giving Twitter just desserts.
In Reversal, U.K. Will Ban Huawei Equipment From Its 5G Network
British regulators say they had little choice after the U.S. imposed sanctions that could affect the viability of Huawei products. Existing 5G equipment must be removed from the network by 2027.
McEnany dismisses Hillary's suggestion Trump won't leave office 'quietly' if he loses: 'Quite comical'
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told "Outnumbered Overtime" Tuesday she found it "comical" that top Democrats, like Hillary Clinton, have suggested President Trump may not leave office if he loses his bid for reelection in November.
Apple customers can now submit claims as part of settlement over slowing down iPhones
Apple customers who purchased certain previous iPhone models can now submit claims for about $25 per phone as part of the company's settlement of a class action lawsuit that accused it of slowing down older devices.
Utah issues warning for Zion National Park river after dog dies of algal bloom exposure after swimming
Scientists believe the pup died from contact with the aggressive algae.
Tribalism and triumphalism
If Dems had to start all over again, would Joe Biden be able to repeat his performance?
Miracle Mets MLB Veteran Ron Swoboda: I'd Love for Baseball to Avoid Politics
Professional baseball would so well to avoid politics, assessed Miracle Mets major league baseball legend Ron Swoboda.
The ‘30 Rock’ Reunion Special Will Not Air in More Than Half the Country
Good God, Lemon!
US lawmakers welcome UK’s ouster of Huawei from its 5G networks
A number of U.S. lawmakers have welcomed the U.K.’s decision to remove Huawei from the country’s 5G networks by 2027.
Trump to hold Rose Garden press conference
President Trump will hold a press conference in the Rose Garden.
Stay-At-Home Improvement: DIY Builders Help Drive Up Lumber Prices
With summer travel plans on hold because of the pandemic, a lot of Americans are putting money into projects around the house. That's taxing lumber supplies and pushing prices higher.
RG3, Emmitt Smith and Calvin Johnson teaming up with team Biden
Joe Biden’s getting a helping hand from one current and two retired National Football League football stars.
Biden proposes $2 trillion to spur development of 100% clean energy by 2035
Other elements of Biden's proposal include nationwide investment in infrastructure, confronting foreign efforts to move jobs overseas and investing in the workforce.
Remains of Aztec palace, house built by Hernán Cortés found near Mexico City plaza
Mexican officials said the remains of the Aztec palace and house built by Hernán Cortés were found near the Plaza del Zócalo.
The Supreme Court’s Late-Night Death Penalty Decision Isn’t Just Cruel. It’s Legally Indefensible.
The five conservative justices abdicated their duty to ensure that executions comply with the Constitution.
Broward County superintendent pushes for full online classes if coronavirus cases don't decline
Officials in Broward County Florida are not optimistic that coronavirus cases will decline low enough to reopen schools at the start of the semester.
Fact Check: Has New York Handled the Coronavirus Pandemic Better than Florida?
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) continues to remain a media favorite, despite the fact that New York has seven times more coronavirus deaths than Florida, a state which has faced intense scrutiny from the establishment media for its handling of the pandemic.
Amber Heard denies defecating in Johnny Depp’s bed
“This accusation is completely untrue and has been designed purely to humiliate Ms Heard," a spokesperson for Heard told The Post.
Jameela Jamil calls herself an 'anti-celebrity,' refuses to project image of the 'perfect woman'
Jameela Jamil referred to herself as an “anti-celebrity” during a recent interview in which she declared that she refuses to project the image of the “perfect woman.”
Biden: Can't turn corner on Covid-19 without leadership
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden said that without presidential leadership during the coronavirus pandemic, Americans cannot get back to work safely.
California GOP slams Newsom for rolling back coronavirus reopenings
Republicans in California are blasting Gov. Gavin Newsom for ordering a halt to numerous indoor activities in the state – just weeks after many of them reopened – as cases of the novel coronavirus surge in the country’s most populous state.
Chubby cat looks like a miniature cow
This fat cat is living large. Keith, an overweight kitty in Bristol, England, has become an internet sensation thanks to his cow-like markings. According to owner Sara Matthews, 46, the boisterous black-and-white rescue pet has no idea he’s actually a cat.   Subscribe to our YouTube!
UFC on ESPN 13 predictions: Is it Calvin Kattar or Dan Ige in Abu Dhabi?
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Bronx DA investigates man who put NYPD officer in headlock in viral video
The NYPD arrested a man seen in viral video being cheered as he puts a Bronx officer in a headlock but he was released after prosecutors said they needed more time to investigate the incident.
What Time Will ‘Dark Desire’ Be on Netflix?
Streaming just got a whole lot steamier.
Graham breaks with Trump in Fauci feud
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) spoke out in support of Dr. Fauci after President Trump publicly criticized the immunologist and an unnamed White House official tried to discredit him.
Live results for the July 14 primaries
Amanda Northrop/Vox Voters in Alabama and Texas are casting their ballots in runoffs for House and Senate, and Maine voters are voting in the state’s primary. Voters in Maine, Alabama, and Texas are heading to the polls on Tuesday to choose nominees in several key US Senate and House races. The most competitive race of the bunch is shaping up to be the Alabama Republican Senate runoff, where it will be determined whether former Sen. Jeff Sessions (also President Donald Trump’s former attorney general) will even make the general election battle for his old seat. Once seen as the favorite in the Republican Senate primary, Sessions now has a competitive challenger in former college football coach Tommy Tuberville. Sessions may be an original member of the Trump administration, but he fell out of favor with the president — who has instead given Tuberville his endorsement. The winner of today’s GOP primary will ultimately face Sen. Doug Jones (D), a moderate Democrat in a deep-red state who is in for a tough battle to keep his seat. Much farther north, Maine’s Democratic Senate primary is happening Tuesday. Three candidates — Maine Speaker of the House Sara Gideon, activist Betsy Sweet, and attorney Bre Kidman — are vying to see who will be the nominee to go up against longtime Sen. Susan Collins (R). Gideon is widely expected to prevail; the race has ostensibly been run like a general election between Collins and Gideon for months already. Voters in the state’s rural and northern Second Congressional District will also choose a Republican nominee to face off against Democratic Rep. Jared Golden, a moderate first-term legislator. And in Texas, there are more competitive Senate and House primaries. The Senate primary runoff between Air Force veteran candidate MJ Hegar and state Sen. Royce West has gotten competitive in recent months. Hegar may have a financial advantage and the backing of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, but West has received endorsements and help from the Congressional Black Caucus PAC, and has the endorsement of the Houston Chronicle. The winner will go on to face Republican Sen. John Cornyn, in a race that will be an uphill battle for Democrats to flip. Vox is covering the results live, with our partners at Decision Desk HQ. Alabama The race between former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former Auburn and Texas Tech football coach Tommy Tuberville has pitted two fervent allies of Donald Trump against one another. Sessions is a one-time member of the administration, but it’s former Auburn football coach Tuberville who has gained Trump’s endorsement. The winner of the runoff will face Democratic Sen. Doug Jones, who became the first Democrat to win a Senate seat in the state since 1992 when he defeated Roy Moore,who has been accused of child molestation, in a2017 special election. In a state Trump won handily in 2016, Jones is believed to be the most vulnerable Democratic incumbent this cycle. Polls close at 7 pm ET; Alabama state officials are anticipating a high volume of absentee ballots in the runoff, with over 40,000 ballots requested. In-person polling places in the state are also open. Alabama Republican Senate runoff Maine Collins is running unopposed in the Republican primary on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Maine Speaker of the House Sara Gideon is widely considered the frontrunner in the Democratic race. Gideon has two challengers running to her left — activist and 2018 gubernatorial candidate Betsy Sweet and attorney Bre Kidman, who is the first openly non-binary person to run for US Senate. Both Sweet and Kidman support progressive policies like Medicare-for-all and a Green New Deal. Gideon supports a public option and has expressed support for a clean infrastructure plan and investing in renewables. In Maine’s Second Congressional District, Republicans Adrienne Bennett, Eric Brakey, and Dale Crafts are all competing for the chance to unseat Rep. Jared Golden (D). Crafts is a former state representative; Bennett previously served as former Gov. Paul LePage’s press secretary; Brakey is a former Maine state senator with a libertarian lean. All three candidates have embraced Trump. This House district is seen as fairly conservative and competitive, and Golden tacks close to the middle; he was the only member of the House to split his vote on the impeachment vote against President Trump, voting for the first article of impeachment but against the second. Polls close at 8 pm ET; Maine state officials are also expecting a high volume of absentee ballots, with over 100,000 requested. In-person polls are also open. Maine also has a system of ranked-choice voting, which could kick into effect if no candidate reaches the 50 percent threshold needed to win. Maine Senate Democratic primary Maine’s Second Congressional District Republican primary Texas In Texas’s Democratic Senate runoff this Tuesday, Air Force veteran MJ Hegar and state Sen. Royce West will square off for the chance to face incumbent John Cornyn in November. With the endorsement of the DSCC and about $1.6 million in the bank, Hegar has the advantage — but it’s still a competitive race. There are also Republican House runoffs in two districts: Texas’s 13th and 22nd Congressional Districts. In TX-22, sheriff Troy Nehls and GOP activist Kathaleen Wall are competing for the nomination in this open seat that Democrats see as a potential pick-up, with incumbent Rep. Pete Olson (R) retiring. The winner will face Democratic nominee Sri Preston Kulkarni in November. Kulkarni is a second-time nominee in this district who has a shot at winning. And in TX-13, former White House doctor Ronny Jackson faces off against lobbyist Josh Winegarner on Tuesday. Thecompetitive runoff for the district’s GOP nomination will likelydecide who will next hold the district’s seat in the House. The district is home to Rep. Mac Thornberry, the ranking member on the House Armed Services Committee who is retiring after a quarter-century in Congress. Polls close at 8 pm ET; Texas has expanded absentee ballot access for voters over 65, but courts have ruled the state does not have to relax requirements for all voters regardless of their age. In-person polling places in the state will also be open. Texas Senate Democratic runoff Texas House Republican runoffs
California beach revival attended by 1,000: ‘The church has left the building’
Days before California churches were shut down due to a surge in coronavirus cases, a massive evangelical Christian gathering happened on Huntington Beach near Los Angeles.