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UK scraps quarantine for some visitors as pubs set to reopen
LONDON — Boris Johnson wants a haircut and a beer. Like millions of other Britons, the prime minister will be able to have a trim and a tipple on Saturday, when the country takes its biggest step yet out of coronavirus lockdown with the reopening in England of restaurants, pubs and hairdressers, along with secular...
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Liz Cheney, a key voice in House Republican leadership, increasingly breaks with Trump
Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, the third ranking Republican in the House, is publicly taking on President Donald Trump — and unlike with most of his other critics, the President seems wary to hit back.
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Lakers assistant Lionel Hollins deemed 'high risk,' won't travel to Orlando
Lakers assistant Lionel Hollins, 66, won't join the team in Orlando for the restart of the NBA season after he was "deemed a higher-risk individual."
The FBI is assisting a hate crime investigation after a noose was found at a Kalamazoo, Michigan, high school
A hate crime investigation is underway after a noose was found hanging from the press box of a high school football stadium.
The first Black Lives Matter wave led to 2K extra black homicides — but new wave will be worse
It took several months for the first iteration of the Ferguson Effect to become obvious. Michael Brown was fatally shot by a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer in August 2014, triggering local riots and a national narrative about lethally racist police. Officers backed off proactive policing in minority neighborhoods, having been told that such discretionary enforcement...
US Navy to send two aircraft carriers and several warships to South China Sea
The US Navy will send two aircraft carriers and several accompanying warships to the South China Sea in the coming days to participate in a military exercise, according to two US Navy officials.
Kennedy on Ghislaine Maxwell: 'She thought she was going to live free, but she's going to die in prison'
Geraldo Rivera and Fox Business' Kennedy reacted to the news that Jeffrey Epstein's ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, now in police custody, is allegedly ready to talk and name names regarding the disgraced financiers underage sex ring.
8 Secret Service agents stuck in Phoenix with coronavirus
At least eight Secret Service agents are stuck at a hotel in Phoenix, some suffering the flu-like coronavirus symptoms after coming down with the disease while preparing for a visit by Vice President Mike Pence, two people familiar with the matter say. CNN's Pamela Brown has more.
Photos show police reenacting chokehold on McClain
One of the three white officers who stopped Elijah McClain has been fired over photos showing colleagues reenacting the chokehold used before the Black man died last year, according to documents from prosecutors. (July 3)
Kelly Rowland says she ‘almost lost everything,’ went ‘rich broke’
Rowland's best friend advised she donate to her church.
Brazil set to pass 1.5M coronavirus cases as cities reopen
SAO PAULO — Brazil was set to pass 1.5 million confirmed coronavirus cases on Friday, as the virus continues to ravage Latin America’s largest country even as cities reopen bars, restaurants and gyms sparking fears infections will keep rising. Brazil has the world’s second largest outbreak after the United States and the virus has killed...
NASCAR's Jimmie Johnson tests positive for Covid-19, will miss Sunday's race
Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson has tested positive for Covid-19 and will miss Sunday's race in Indianapolis, according to his team, Hendrick Motorsports.
Kilmeade rips Fauci as COVID cases rise in parts of US: 'How much more sacrifice do we have to make?'
"The Five" co-host Brian Kilmeade said Friday that White House coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci is ignoring the sacrifices made by Americans during the pandemic when he discusses the spike in cases across parts of the U.S.
Four injured after shooting at Alabama mall
Four people have been injured after a shooting at the Riverchase Galleria shopping mall in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, authorities said.
Drive-thru ceremonies for new American citizens amid pandemic
In America, you can get almost anything in a drive-thru - now, including one very happy spiel: The oath of allegiance to become a U.S. citizen. Steve Hartman reports.
Convalescent plasma therapy showing promise as coronavirus treatment
Convalescent plasma therapy, which relies on injecting antibodies from recovered coronavirus patients into sick patients, is showing increasing promise. Meg Oliver reports.
City Hall admits new budget dismantles unit for placard crackdown
City Hall has pulled the plug on its latest effort to tackle rampant placard abuse by municipal employees, shutting down the NYPD unit meant to enforce the most recent crackdown. Officials said Friday they are axing all 116 positions that were dedicated to placard enforcement through attrition and zeroing out the unit’s $5.4 million annual...
Three Colorado police officers fired over photo reenacting chokehold
Three police officers in Colorado have been fired and a fourth has resigned over photos mocking the chokehold placed on a black man who was killed by police last August. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Multiple states requiring visitors from hot spots to quarantine
In response to a spike in new coronavirus cases, several states are requiring visitors from hot spots to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Washington Redskins to launch a review of controversial team name
After years of resistance, the NFL's Washington Redskins said they are launching a review of their controversial team name. The announcement comes as major commercial sponsors press for change. Nikole Killion reports.
Trump to attend Mount Rushmore Independence Day celebrations despite warnings
President Trump will attend an Independence Day celebration at Mount Rushmore, despite warnings that the event could lead to more infections. Weijia Jiang reports.
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If they're going to rename the Washington Redskins, these are the likeliest contenders
The Washington Redskins could be sporting a new team name this fall, if and when the 2020 NFL season begins.
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Personalize your teeth whitening experience with this $49.99 at-home kit
Teeth whitening can be a painful and expensive process, and while you can always pay for professional treatments, there are at-home solutions.
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What's on TV Saturday, July 4, plus Sunday talk shows
What's on TV Saturday, July 4, plus Sunday talk shows
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Adbulmanap Nurmagomedov’s legacy lives through Khabib’s life lessons
Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov's influence will long be felt all across the MMA world, but most important were the lessons he taught his son.        Related StoriesKhabib Nurmagomedov's father, Abdulmanap, dies following battle with COVID-19 - reportsAnderson dos Santos out of UFC 'Fight Island' after testing positive for COVID-19Matt Schnell vs. Tyson Nam joins UFC's September 12 lineup 
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Trump’s 4th of July military air show to fly from Boston, over NYC to DC
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s July Fourth celebration will feature an extensive U.S. military air show over Washington, D.C., but four other cities will get mini-versions of the air power display on Saturday. The “Salute to the Great Cities of the American Revolution” will feature military flyovers in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Baltimore....
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Monument protection is top priority for Trump administration this July 4th weekend
Homeland Security officials have deployed across the country ahead of July Fourth to protect federal monuments as President Donald Trump continues to fume about activists who have attempted to topple controversial statues in viral moments of protest.
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Pacers’ Victor Oladipo won’t play in bubble due to re-injury risk
Another NBA star is opting out of the bubble. Pacers guard Victor Oladipo won’t play when the league resumes its season in Orlando, not because he is high-risk for the coronavirus but because he is high-risk to re-injury nearly 18 months removed from a ruptured quadriceps tendon. “I really want to play, and as a...
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Michael Dukakis warns Biden to ignore the polls: 'No guarantee of success'
Michael Dukakis, the former Democratic Massachusetts governor who lost his 1988 White House bid to then-Vice President George H. W. Bush, is warning Joe Biden not to take polls showing him with a double-digit lead over President Trump too seriously.
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New coronavirus cases skyrocket on Fourth of July weekend
Coronavirus cases are rising in 37 states, a dramatic turn that's now leading health officials to warn the outbreak will spiral further out of control if Americans don't stay home this weekend.
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Americans stay home for July 4 weekend as coronavirus cases skyrocket
The number of coronavirus cases is skyrocketing again, forcing unprecedented restrictions on holiday gatherings. Along America's sandy shores, world famous beaches are closed and hand sanitizer and face masks are encouraged. Janet Shamlian reports.
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Americans become citizens at drive-thrus amid pandemic
In America, you can get almost anything in a drive-thru – now, including one very happy spiel: The oath of allegiance to become a U.S. Citizen.
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VA secretary Wilkie touts 'all-time high' in trust, approval of department under Trump
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Friday that approval of his department among veterans is at an "all-time high."
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Champions weigh-in for New York's hot dog contest
Competitors have weighed-in ahead of the annual hot dog eating contest in New York's Coney Island on Saturday. (July 3)       
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4 people hospitalized after shooting at Alabama mall
The shooting broke out at a Hoover mall just after 3 p.m. local time.
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Trump's visit to Mount Rushmore sparks controversy
President Trump is traveling to South Dakota to participate in an Independence Day celebration at Mount Rushmore with a speech and an elaborate fireworks display that will be set off above the monument for the first time in more than a decade. The large-scale event is taking place despite a dramatic spike in new coronavirus cases in parts of the U.S. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joined CBSN to discuss.
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NBA, union agree on 29 approved social justice messages for jerseys
The options for the NBA’s social justice messages are set. Players will have a list of 29 statements to choose from to put on the back of their jerseys in place of their names for the first four days of the league’s resumption in Orlando, ESPN’s The Undefeated reported Friday. The list, as agreed upon...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Desperados’ on Netflix, a Hapless Rom-Com with an All-Too-Appropriate Title
Former SNL star Nasim Pedrad headlines this Girls Trip rip-off.
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At least 8 Secret Service agents stuck in Phoenix with coronavirus after Pence trip
At least eight Secret Service agents are currently holed up in a hotel in Phoenix, some suffering the flu-like coronavirus symptoms after coming down with the disease while preparing for a visit by Vice President Mike Pence, two people familiar with the matter say.
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UN staffers put on leave after video surfaces of sex act in official car
The video, released by Inner City Press on Tuesday, shows a woman in a red dress straddling a man in the back seat of a vehicle with U.N. markings as the motorist drives off.
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Trump to accuse 'left-wing mob' of 'totalitarian behavior' in Mount Rushmore remarks
President Trump will emphasize America's history as a "great and virtuous country" in remarks he plans to give at South Dakota's Mount Rushmore Friday to mark the beginning of Independence Day weekend, a person familiar with his remarks told Fox News.
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Former National Security Advisor John Bolton and Former Acting and Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell on “The Takeout” - 7/3/2020
Former National Security Advisor John Bolton talks about reports that Presiedent Trump ignored allegations of Russia placing bounties on U.S. troops in Afghanistan which was reportedly included in his Presidential briefings on this week’s episode of the “The Takeout with Major Garrett”
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Former NYPD commissioner warns NYC is 'going to be a much more dangerous city'
Former New York City Police Commissioner Howard Safir weighed in on Occupy City Hall protesters continuing to protest despite New York city's approval of $1 billion dollars in cuts from the New York Police Department.
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Police responding to reports of active shooter at Massachusetts mall
The South Shore Plaza mall in Braintree, Massachusetts, is on lockdown.
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Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre cried ‘tears of joy’ after Ghislane Maxwell’s arrest
Giuffre, now 36, has accused Maxwell of procuring her for notorious pedophile Jeffrey Epstein when she was only a 16-year-old spa attendant at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort.
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Dead fish are popping up all along the Hudson River
Dead fish are turning up in large numbers all along the Hudson River from Manhattan to Yonkers, according to environmental organization Riverkeeper. The group said finned fatalities are being reported from New York Harbor all the way north to Haverstraw Bay — and suffocation caused by climate change is the likely cause of death. The...
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MLB’s first coronavirus test results are encouraging
The early results are in and it’s relatively encouraging news for Major League Baseball. The league and its Players Association on Friday released the first set of numbers from its COVID-19 testing during the intake process, which found 38 positive cases from 3,185 tests. The 1.2 percent positive rate is slightly lower than New York’s...
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Ghislaine Maxwell won’t give up Prince Andrew, close pal says
Accused sex abuser Ghislaine Maxwell would “never sell out” Prince Andrew by implicating him in any of their pedophile pal Jeffrey Epstein’s crimes, a close pal told the Telegraph. “The only way she can walk is if she gives someone up, but that definitely won’t be Andrew,” said Laura Goldman, one of Maxwell’s closest confidantes,...
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