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Rapper Foogiano’s crew eyed over South Carolina club shooting
Rapper Foogiano’s crew is being eyed in the shooting at a South Carolina club Sunday that left two dead and 8 injured — including a young mom who was “the definition of an innocent bystander,” according to authorities. The Gucci Mane protégé — real name Kwame Brown — was celebrating his 27th birthday on July...
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Trump offers to help NYC, Chicago with rising spike in shootings
President Trump on Sunday offered the federal government’s help to deal with the surge of shootings in New York City and Chicago. The president, in a tweet, noted the gun violence that erupted over 4th of July weekend in both cities, wounding nearly 40 people in the Big Apple and 72 in the Windy City,...
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Columbus statue in Baltimore torn down and thrown in harbor
Governor Larry Hogan on Sunday called tearing down the statue the "antithesis of democracy."
The last black NASCAR driver speaks out following Bubba Wallace controversy
Bubba Wallace described himself as “wore the hell out” after a month as the most important voice in NASCAR. Bill Lester wishes Wallace — NASCAR’s only Black driver — didn’t have to shoulder so much of the weight, but the most recent Black NASCAR driver before Wallace is thankful to see the impact the 26-year-old...
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Outcry’ On Showtime, A Docuseries On A High School Football Star Convicted Of Molesting Children — But There Are Doubts
A new five-part docuseries discusses how star high school football player Greg Kelley was convicted -- and eventually exonerated -- of sexually attacking two four-year-old boys.
Arizona gym CEO details fight to stay open during coronavirus pandemic
The CEO of an Arizona fitness club company told “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday that he feels “singled out” and is suing Gov. Doug Ducey over his "arbitrary" decision to re-close gyms as coronavirus cases surge.
Cleveland Indians should honor Larry Doby with name change: Sherman
Bob Feller once likened his longtime Cleveland teammate Larry Doby to Buzz Aldrin, noting the second man syndrome. Aldrin went through all the same training, peril and unknown as Neil Armstrong, but he was second to step foot on the moon. Thus, Ryan Gosling played Armstrong in “First Man,” not Aldrin. Doby was the second...
FDA commissioner pressed by Sunday show hosts over Trump's claim '99 percent' of coronavirus cases 'harmless'
FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn on Sunday refused to comment when pressed by multiple show hosts over President Trump’s claim that 99 percent of coronavirus cases are “harmless.”
Kanye West says he's running for president. But he hasn't actually taken any steps
Kanye West said on Saturday that he is running for president in the 2020 US election, an apparent challenge to go head-to-head with President Donald Trump.
Prince William, Duchess Kate keep hands clean honoring health care workers for COVID response
Prince William and Duchess Kate visited Queen Elizabeth hospital to thank health care workers on the anniversary of Britain's National Health Service.
Fact-checking Trump's Fourth of July speech
In his Fourth of July speech, President Donald Trump reflected on the nation's history and its accomplishments. He also made several false claims about the coronavirus and his administration's response to the pandemic.
Dominion, Duke abandon plans to build $8B Atlantic Coast Pipeline, citing 'increasing legal uncertainty'
The project's developers, Dominion Energy and Duke Energy, announced the pipeline's cancellation on Sunday, citing "increasing legal uncertainty."
Remains of missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen identified, lawyer says
The remains of missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen have been identified, her family's lawyer said Sunday evening.
France will not ban Huawei, but encouraging 5G telcos to avoid company
PARIS – The head of the French cybersecurity agency ANSSI said there would not be a total ban on using equipment from Huawei in the rollout of the French 5G telecoms network, but that it was pushing French telcos to avoid switching to the Chinese company. “What I can say is that there won’t be...
Trump to hold campaign rally in Portsmouth, N.H., as several states report jump in coronavirus cases
Donald Trump's outdoor campaign rally in New Hampshire comes as several states across the country have reported a spike in coronavirus cases.
Liverpool makes triumphant Anfield return as English champ
They walked out to another guard of honor, with a huge rectangular banner high up in the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand reading: “Liverpool FC – Champions Again”.
Brewers' Yelich knows he had fortunate timing on new deal
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich acknowledges he benefited from fortunate timing in his contract negotiations.
Artist paints Biblical scenes featuring African-Americans
Protesters tear down statue, toss into harbor
Veterans join together for fitness challenge
Reporter finds missing man on front porch
Woman struck, killed by celebratory gunfire
Softball teams return to summer league
Woman turns 100, shares advice in trying year
1 person found dead in storage facility fire
Man sent to prison for 'driving like a maniac'
Ohio town declared ‘Statuary Sanctuary City’ offers home to sculptures
Give them your mired in scandal, your problematic, your canceled statues yearning to stand free. An Ohio town has proclaimed itself a “Statuary Sanctuary City,” offering to take on sculptures of famous figures in American history now being dismantled across the country. City Manager David Lynch on Saturday issued a proclamation that Newton Falls population...
Masking America’s fears: How do we get people to take COVID-19 seriously?
The “reopening” of America depends of slowing the spread of coronavirus, which in turns depends on Americans changing their behavior. Why do so many people refuse to take even small steps like wearing masks to stop the spread? NYU associate professor Jay Van Bavel joins CBSN’s Lana Zak to talk about the psychology of public health advice.
Trump delivers divisive July 4th speech and downplays pandemic
President Trump used his stage on the White House South Lawn on Saturday to accuse social justice protesters of trying to "destroy America," while saying little about Americans lost to COVID-19. Mark Strassmann reports on the growing coronavirus number, while Nikole Killion joins CBSN to discuss the latest coming out of the White House.
Philadelphia protesters shut down an interstate highway
A mass of people protesting racism and police brutality shut down part of a Philadelphia highway on Sunday. City officials closed a portion of Interstate 676 as crowds swarmed the roadway, demanding the resignation of Mayor Jim Kenney over the tear-gassing of protesters in the City of Brotherly Love last month, local reports said. “Traffic...
Supreme Court set to hand down major rulings in July
The Supreme Court is taking an unusually long time to complete its term this year, with decisions in eight cases still under wraps days after the justices would have typically cleared out its docket for the season. The coronavirus pandemic can be partly blamed for the delay, CNN's Ariane de Vogue says.
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U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Near 130,000; Florida And Texas Report Record Case Numbers
Florida and Texas reported their biggest daily rise in new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the past few days as deaths in the U.S. continue to rise.
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Trump campaign to hold outdoor New Hampshire rally on Saturday
President Trump will hold an outdoor campaign rally in New Hampshire next weekend, his campaign announced Sunday. The event, scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday at Portsmouth International Airport, will be his first visit to the Granite State since February. “We look forward to so many freedom-loving patriots coming to the rally and celebrating America, the...
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Georgia YMCA camp closes after coronavirus outbreak
An overnight YMCA camp in Georgia closed after at least 30 campers and staff members tested positive for coronavirus. Dr. Carlos del Rio, executive associate dean of Emory University School of Medicine, weighs in.
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Air Force officer under fire for Facebook comment on missing soldier Vanessa Guillen
An Air Force officer has come under fire for a Facebook comment regarding missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen.
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Berkshire Hathaway will buy natural gas assets from Dominion Energy in $10 billion deal
In its first deal since the economic downturn caused by coronavirus, Berkshire Hathaway is purchasing natural gas transmission and storage assets from Dominion Energy in a deal worth nearly $10 billion.
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A family in Florida found a nearly 9-foot alligator with missing limbs on their doorstep
Yet another Florida alligator decided to give local residents a terrifying surprise to wake up to. This time, a family in Tampa opened their front door on June 30 to find a gator lounging comfortably -- and totally refusing to move.
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Pointe at the kitchen counter and more: Ballet amid coronavirus
While physical and financial challenges persist, the dance world is reinventing itself online.
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French Anti-Racism Groups Denounce Paris Street Names and Statues Honoring Colonizers
French President Emmanuel Macron has insisted that authorities will not remove any controversial monuments
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Ball that struck Yankees’ Masahiro Tanaka came off bat at 112 mph
The line drive that struck Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka in the head Saturday — but miraculously did not cause a serious injury — came off the bat at 112 mph, teammate James Paxton told reporters Sunday. Tanaka was hit on the right side of his head by a line drive off the bat of Giancarlo...
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West Virginia men's basketball workouts postponed after players test positive for coronavirus
West Virginia workouts were to begin Monday but now 5 players will self quarantine for 14 days, the school said.        
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Militias descend on Gettysburg over Antifa-rumored July 4th social media hoax
Armed militias descended on Gettysburg on July 4 to protect the town from a flag-burning protest — that wound up being an apparent social media hoax, according to reports. Hundreds of counterprotesters were drawn by a Facebook event Saturday that called for people to show up to the historic battlefield in Pennsylvania for a “peaceful...
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Here are the 8 Supreme Court cases the justices have yet to rule on
The Supreme Court is taking an unusually long time to complete its term this year, with decisions in eight cases still under wraps days after the justices would have typically cleared out its docket for the season.
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Griffin Canning aims to break Angels' bad luck streak with platelet-rich plasma injections
The Angels haven't had much recent success with players avoiding surgery after platelet-rich plasma injections, but Griffin Canning could buck the trend.
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Self-help social justice and other commentary
Culture critic: Self-Help Social Justice The similarities between self-help guides and “anti-racism handbooks” are “eerie, but also unsurprising,” observes Kat Rosenfield at Tablet. Both generally target “the guilt, anxiety and insecurities of financially secure white women”: Self-help “has always been a woman’s game,” and the ­attendees of Robin DiAngelo’s “White Fragility” seminars are “overwhelmingly white,...
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Ryan Couture announces new role as Xtreme Couture CEO, says MMA career likely over
Ryan Couture is likely done with competing in the cage, as he gets set to run the family business.       Related StoriesDon't expect Jorge Masvidal or Colby Covington to step in at UFC 251Coach Mike Brown wants Dustin Poirier to get title shot or marquee fight: 'He's a draw'On Brendan Schaub and what NOT to do in the fight against COVID-19 
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Video shows packed Michigan lake party despite warnings
Video from a water park in Wisconsin, and parties in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, and Diamond Lake, Michigan, shows large groups of people celebrating the Fourth of July holiday despite warnings from health officials that such gatherings would likely lead to an increase in coronavirus cases. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.
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