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Stracke was married for 17 years before splitting from her ex, Thibeault Christian Stracke.
Gov. Cuomo issues emergency declaration in NYC after Isaias
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FBI Raids YouTube Star Jake Paul’s Mansion
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WH officials signal relief negotiations will end if agreement not reached by Friday
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Joe Biden’s veep pick has reportedly narrowed to two candidates: Sen. Kamala Harris and Susan Rice. According to an Axios report published Wednesday, the Democratic nominee, 77, is holed up in his Delaware home where his campaign is in the final stages of vetting a handful of potential running mates. But people close to Biden...
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When asked about Trump's plans, GOP Senator John Thune said, "I assume that's not something that you could do."
D.C. public schools chancellor says system working to bring learning back online
With no in-person schooling taking place this fall for Washington, D.C. students, DCPS Chancellor Dr. Lewis Ferebee says they are investing in connectivity and distance learning for their most vulnerable kids.
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Rich people are renting second apartments for home offices in NYC
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Eight UCLA football players test positive for COVID-19; Divisions II and III cancel fall sports
Eight UCLA football players have tested positive for COVID-19, according to Barbara Ferrer, director of L.A. County's public health department.
Giants’ Sam Beal opts out of season in potential big blow
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HHS Secretary Azar to become first US Cabinet member to visit Taiwan in 6 years
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NYC exploring public takeover of school buses — with one company linked to de Blasio
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Bride taking wedding photos nearly hit by Beirut blast
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Vitamin D may not help depression in middle-aged and older adults: study
Researchers find vitamin D may not help prevent depression in middle-aged and older adults.
Lili Reinhart takes ‘solo trip’ for ‘mental clarity’ on Cole Sprouse’s birthday
In stark contrast to the love poem she wrote him last year, Reinhart did not publicly acknowledge Sprouse’s birthday.
How To Watch Lakers Vs. Thunder Live Online
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Virginia Unveils App To Aid Contact Tracing
Virginia's new COVIDWISE app is designed to alert users who may have been exposed to the coronavirus. The app relies on Bluetooth to notify people who may be at risk.
Mystery seeds from China identified as vegetables, herbs and flowers
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Seattle mayor, police chief urge slow down of police cuts
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and Police Chief Carmen Best came out against proposals to lay off as many as 100 police officers this year amid a push by some City Council members to scale down the police force.
Massive brawl breaks out at Anaheim hotel, prompting police response
Ambulances are dispatched after a brawl involving 60 to 100 people breaks out at an Anaheim hotel Wednesday afternoon.
New Covid-19 cases falling, but death count still rising
CNN's Athena Jones reports that although the number of new Covid-19 cases is holding steady or falling in most states, the death toll in the US is continuing to climb.
Yankees are taking it slow with Aroldis Chapman
Aroldis Chapman continues to progress in his comeback from a battle with COVID-19, but there still is no return date set for the Yankee closer. “I don’t expect it anytime soon,’’ Yankees manager Aaron Boone said of when the 32-year-old Chapman might be activated to the roster. Boone added that Chapman was scheduled to throw...
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Texas Tech women’s basketball coach Marlene Stollings has come under fire for creating what players described as a “toxic” environment that allegedly included sexual harassment, name-calling and a stolen dog. Former Texas Tech center Emma Merriweather alleged that Stollings confiscated her dog and gave it to a booster, according to a USA Today report. Merriweather...
Beirut explosion sparked by nearby warehouse fire, report says
The Beirut explosion that killed at least 135 people and injured thousands appears to have been sparked by a warehouse fire, according to a new report A fire at one port warehouse in the Lebanese capital Tuesday spread to a neighboring building, Warehouse 12, where 2,700 tons of highly volatile ammonium nitrate had been stored...
‘RHONY’ taping their reunion at Oheka Castle on Long Island
Luann de Lesseps, Dorinda Medley, Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan, Leah McSweeney and Tinsley Mortimer are all there for the taping.
TikTok, WeChat and 'untrusted' Chinese apps should be removed from U.S. app stores, Pompeo says
The U.S. wants "untrusted" Chinese apps removed from U.S. app stores, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday, calling out TikTok and WeChat.
Michelle Obama says she has ‘low-grade depression’ — blames Trump
Former first lady Michelle Obama says she’s suffering from “low-grade depression” in part because of President Trump. “I’m dealing with some form of low-grade depression. Not just because of the quarantine, but because of the racial strife and just seeing this administration. Watching the hypocrisy of it day in and day out is dispiriting,” Obama...
The celebrities who have donated to the Black Lives Matter movement
As the nation continues to grapple with protests related to systemic racism and police brutality, celebrities far and wide have donated their hard-earned cash to causes related to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Nebraska restaurant server receives 5-cent tip and a note slamming masks: 'Wrong on so many levels'
Ali Siverhus, a restaurant server in Lincoln, Nebraska, posted a picture of the receipt with the 5-cent tip on Twitter on Monday.
Melanie Newman makes Orioles history with play-by-play call
Melanie Newman made Baltimore Orioles history on Tuesday. The 29-year-old made her play-by-play debut on the Orioles Radio Network in the team’s 4-0 loss to the Marlins, becoming the first woman in franchise history to broadcast a regular-season game. “I never even thought that this would be in the realm of possibility for me,” Newman...
Pelosi slams Trump’s ‘very wrong’ idea to deliver convention speech at White House
WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday said it was “very wrong” for President Trump to suggest he would deliver his convention speech from the White House. “Whether it’s legally wrong or ethically out of the question, it shouldn’t even have been something that was expressed,” Pelosi told MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell. “For the President...
Fauci warns pandemic will continue 'smoldering' without unified response
CNN's Athena Jones reports.
Fact Check: With vote by mail expansion, can Nevada voters cast ballots after election day?
President Donald Trump reversed his stance on voting by mail Tuesday when he tweeted that doing so in Florida is "safe and secure." When asked about the reversal later Tuesday afternoon, Trump seemed to imply that Republican-run states with existing mail-in voting programs were up to par, but Democratic states establishing or expanding mail-in voting during the pandemic were not.
Dallas Cowboys' Randy Gregory airs out frustration with NFL on unresolved reinstatement case
Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory is still waiting to hear whether the NFL will reinstate him after he was banned for the entire 2019 campaign.
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Denis Fortier, a retired education specialist from Lewiston, Me., has worked as a deputy election warden for several years. But both he and his wife Pauline, an election clerk, decided they weren’t comfortable working the Maine primary in July due to the coronavirus pandemic. Both are over 70. “It was not an easy decision,” Fortier…