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Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly under investigation in US Virgin Islands
Ghislaine Maxwell is under investigation in the Virgin Islands -- where her ex-lover Jeffrey Epstein allegedly sexually abused young women.
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Connecticut mayor suing Delta Air Lines over dog bite, claims he suffered 'painful and permanent injuries'
Bridgeport mayor Joe Ganim filed a suit in the state Superior Court, claiming he was bitten by a boarding passenger’s dog while on a Delta flight in 2018.
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How Old is Andy in ‘The Old Guard’?
Let's just say that Andromache the Scythian has been around long enough to battle it out with Hercules...
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Nicola Peltz wears Victoria Beckham dress for engagement photos with Brooklyn
She's already tight with her future mother-in-law.
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NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea offers condolences to family of slain 1-year-old
Police Commissioner Dermot Shea offered his condolences early Monday to the distraught mom whose 1-year-old son was fatally shot during a cookout at a Brooklyn park. The top cop, joined by Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison, spoke with the mother of little Davell Gardner, who was struck by gunfire during a late Sunday night barbecue...
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Petition to rename Rochester airport after Frederick Douglass trends online
"Douglass’s message might be more relevant today than ever since the struggles he fought for remain ongoing."
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Coach suspended by USA Gymnastics arrested on 14 counts of lewdness with a child
Terry Gray, a coach suspended by USA Gymnastics, was arrested by Las Vegas police on more than a dozen charges of lewdness with a minor under 14.       
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Federal judge blocks imminent execution, last-minute appeals likely
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has stayed all pending federal executions—including one that had been set for Monday.
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Black Lives Matter protester punched by police supporter during Brooklyn rally
A Black Lives Matter protester was punched in the face by a pro-cop demonstrator as the two sides clashed in Brooklyn on Sunday, new video shows.
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Gingrich calls out Biden: He knows Trump has 'winning message,' so he's stealing it
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said on Monday that President Trump has a "winning message," so presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is trying to steal it. 
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Natural immunity to Covid-19 could decline within months, study suggests
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Cardi B slammed for using Asian slur
“I didn’t know that c----y eyes was a slur ... "
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Ubisoft shares sink after executives leave amid misconduct probes
Shares of French video-game giant Ubisoft tumbled Monday after three executives stepped down amid investigations of harassment and abuse. The maker of the “Assassin’s Creed” series saw its Paris-listed shares drop as much as 10 percent to 69.70 euros ($79.10) after it announced the departures Sunday of Chief Creative Officer Serge Hascoët and Yannis Mallat,...
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What Is Peacock TV And Is It Worth It?
NBCUniversal, welcome to the Streaming Wars.
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Instagram model claims she already ‘got invited to the NBA bubble’
Well, that was fast. Days after the NBA bubble opened at Disney World, Instagram model Anna Mya alleged Sunday she has already scored an invite to Orlando. “I already got invited to the bubble,” Anna tweeted, according to a screenshot from the NBA Bubble Life account. “Yea the season definitely ending early.” Anna, a self-described...
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Elvis Presley's grandson dies aged 27
Benjamin Keough has passed away in Calabasas, California, a representative for his mother, Lisa Marie Presley, said.
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Will.i.am Rips Kanye West's 'Dangerous' Presidential Bid: 'What The F**k, Seriously?'
Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.i.am lashed out against rap superstar Kanye West's plan to launch a presidential campaign, describing it as a "dangerous thing to be playing with" and urging him to pursue charity work instead. 
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Soda cans are the latest victim of supply shortages due to coronavirus
Don’t get used to cracking open a cold can of soda. Over the past several months, as consumers stocked up on various supplies, temporary shortages have plagued the market. Now, the lockdown has claimed its latest victim: aluminum cans. Can makers have seen a significant increase in demand over the past several months and are...
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Olivia Culpo: Sexy Sports Illustrated Swimsuit shoots are harder than they look
"My knees were bleeding from the rocks, and I was being taken out by waves," she said of posing for this year's issue.
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Outer Banks island ravaged by storms and virus restrictions
A secluded tourist destination on North Carolina’s Outer Banks is having an extremely tough year
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Flynn could reprise Trump campaign role, as he fights to clear legal cloud
Michael Flynn, after fighting for years against a false-statements charge stemming from the Russia probe, could be poised not only to lift his legal cloud but make a return to the campaign trail on behalf of President Trump.
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The White House’s maligning of Anthony Fauci, annotated
The White House has promoted talking points that attack Fauci for saying things Trump said long after health officials changed their tune, and otherwise omit plenty of context. Here's what Fauci said and what we knew at the time.
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Myth vs. reality: What negative interest rates really mean
Negative interest rates have never existed in the US but some investors are betting they will. US President Donald Trump, who supports low interest rates even tweeted his support for the idea. CNN Business explores how negative interest rates work.
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U.S. economic shutdown saved up to 2.7 million lives
Slamming the brakes on the economy saved many more lives than it ruined, researchers conclude.
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South Africa returns to alcohol ban to free up hospital space amid coronavirus surge
JOHANNESBURG — South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says the country will immediately return to a ban on the sale of alcohol to reduce the volume of trauma patients so that hospitals have more beds open to treat COVID-19 patients. Confronted by surging hospitalizations due to the coronavirus, South Africa is also reinstating a night curfew...
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Trump floated idea of selling Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, says ex-Homeland Security head Duke
Duke told the Times Trump floated some initial ideas: "Can we outsource the electricity? Can we sell the island? You know, or divest of that asset?"       
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Suspect charged with kidnapping missing Amish woman Linda Stoltzfoos
A Pennsylvania man is charged with kidnapping an 18-year-old Amish woman who investigators believe was “harmed” after being abducted last month, police said.
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Madeline Swegle becomes US Navy's first Black female fighter pilot in its 110-year history
Lt. j.g. Madeline Swegle will be the U.S. Navy's first Black female tactical fighter pilot. Swegle will receive her "wings of gold" later this month.       
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Tony Stewart’s new auto racing league to give fans an alternative to NASCAR
SRX will start next summer and feature identical cars, short tracks and possibly big names.
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'Rocket Arena' could be another 'Fortnite' if fans still have the appetite
When Electronic Arts debuted the "Rocket Arena" trailer in late June, people were quick to nickname the video game "Fortnite 2."
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Black animators demanded change for years. Now they have Hollywood's attention
Amid nationwide marches for Black lives, Black animation professionals speak about systemic racism in the industry and the need for diversity.
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UK pub installs electric fence at bar to ensure social distancing
A pub in the United Kingdom has put up an electric fence at the bar to make sure that patrons continue to social distance amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to multiple reports on Sunday. Management at The Star Inn, located in St Just, Cromwell said its staff got tired of some patrons ignoring social distancing...
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Daniel Lewis Lee: 1st federal execution in 17 years set to happen today
The first execution of a federal inmate in nearly two decades will be carried out Monday in Indiana — despite objections from the family members of his victims. Daniel Lewis Lee, a one-time white supremacist and convicted killer, is scheduled to die by lethal injection at 4 p.m. Monday at a prison in Terre Haute,...
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Listen to Episode 9 of ‘Pinstripe Pod’: Chapman gets COVID, 1996 Yankees feat. Charlie Hayes
This season is looking like 2019 deja vu for the Yankees so far in spring training 2.0. To talk about all of it, we present to you a brand new episode of the “Pinstripe Pod” with Chris Shearn and Yankees great Jeff Nelson. The guys open up the podcast talking about Aroldis Chapman becoming the...
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Stocks kick the week off higher on vaccine hopes
U.S. stocks extended recent gains Monday, after investors weighed signs of progress for a coronavirus vaccine as new cases continue to surge.      
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The Fight Over Monuments of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest Holds a Lesson About Whiteness in America
Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest died in 1877, yet the slave trader and Klan leader still haunts the American landscape
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Geeking Out With Actor Dante Basco from “Hook” and “Avatar: The Last Airbender”
Dante Basco has been entertaining us since we were kids. Honestly, it feels like his face and voice were everywhere growing up. Basco first caught our attention playing Rufio, the triple-mohawked leader of the Lost Boys in the 1991 film “Hook.” He also made his mark as the nerd who famously yelled out “Yo, Stacey, talk to me, talk to me, talk to me, baby” in 1995’s animated “The Goofy Movie.” In more recent years, he has voiced epic animated characters like Zuko from “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” Jai Kell from “Star Wars Rebels” and Jake Long from “American Dragon: Jake Long.” As adults, it’s a real treat to catch up with Basco in Los Angeles. The busy actor tells us he got started in show business and reminisces about working with director Steven Spielberg and the late Robin Williams on “Hook” and “Star Wars” legend Mark Hamill on “Avatar: The Last Airbender.”
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The pandemic has shown us what the future of architecture could be
As we try to understand the role of architecture post-pandemic, we have to first better understand the ways we inhabit buildings and move through space.
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Packers' Aaron Rodgers wonders whether there will be a 2020 season
Aaron Rodgers was at the golf course Sunday for the American Century Championship but hitting the fairway wasn’t really what was on his mind.
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Coldplay release unseen 'Yellow' video footage to mark 20-year anniversary of 'Parachutes' album
The British band have marked the 20th anniversary of their debut album, "Parachutes," by releasing never-before-seen footage from the shoot for their famous "Yellow" music video.
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Coldplay release unseen 'Yellow' video footage to mark 20-year anniversary of 'Parachutes' album
Coldplay have marked the 20th anniversary of their debut album, "Parachutes," by releasing never-before-seen footage from the shoot for their famous "Yellow" music video.
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My father taught me about Black food and identity. Now that he’s gone, cookbooks fill the gap.
My father's lessons about frugality, waste, gardening and love weren't always clear to me as a child. They are now.
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Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade face racism and the 'comedy problem'
Interviews with more than a dozen BIPOC performers and staff at the Groundlings and UCB reveal systemic problems within L.A.'s sketch and improv world.
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How Taffy Brodesser-Akner Writes a Celebrity Profile
“My job is to go there and to tell you what it would have been like if you were there.”
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Amber Riley defends Lea Michele’s silence after Naya Rivera disappearance
Michele deactivated her Twitter after she was bashed for not publicly commenting on the tragedy.
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Trump’s rage at Dr. Fauci just boomeranged back on him
New efforts to undermine Anthony Fauci blow up in Trump's face.
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Banning middle seat on planes could cut coronavirus risk on flights almost in half: MIT report
The paper explores the risks associated with full flights as airlines are once again beginning to book planes to full capacity.
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'Drag Race' stars Yvie Oddly, Aquaria talk return to stage for drive-in drag show
Drive N' Drag makes its debut in New jersey this weekend, featuring "RuPaul's Drag Race" winners Yvie Oddly and Aquaria.        
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