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Who is Jimmy’s Girlfriend Mia on ‘Yellowstone’? Meet Eden Brolin
Prepare to meet Yellowstone's newest barrel racer!
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Johnny Depp claims Amber Heard ‘was the abuser’ in their relationship
Amber Heard put Johnny Depp through "years" of physical and verbal abuse, his assistant claimed.
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Cleveland Indians are likely the next team to change name but it may not come as quickly
The Cleveland Indians are officially on the clock.
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Bill de Blasio calls shooting death of 1-year-old ‘horrifying’
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday called the fatal weekend shooting of a 1-year-old boy on a Brooklyn street “horrifying” — adding, “This isn’t something we can allow. “To wake up this morning and learn that a 1-year-old child was killed on the streets of our city by gunfire is just so painful,” the mayor...
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Steve Hilton: Reopen our schools or give me my school money back
The establishment media hypes case numbers as the only measure for coronavirus
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Kelly Preston was more than John Travolta’s loyal wife: her most iconic roles
She had a decades-long acting career of her own.
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V8-powered Jeep Wrangler crashes Ford Bronco's party
Jeep is raining on rival's parade.
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China bans U.S. senators in dispute over religious persecution
Ambassador for Religious Freedom Sam Brownback also barred over criticism of ruling Communist Party's treatment of minorities.
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Pennsylvania cop kneeling on man's neck draws comparisons to George Floyd, inciting protests, outrage
A Pennsylvania police officer was seen putting his knee on a man's neck while trying to restrain him Saturday evening, drawing comparisons to the infamous viral video showing George Floyd before his death that sparked a nationwide reckoning against racial injustice and police brutality.
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Pizza store owner foils robbery by throwing pie at suspect
A crook looking for some dough got served up something else when trying to hold up a pizza shop in Delaware on Friday. Delaware State Police said they are searching for a man who attempted to rob Stargate Pizza in Sussex County and only fled after the owner flung pizza at him. Officials said they...
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Donald Trump's commutation of Roger Stone's sentence is even worse than it looks
President Donald Trump's decision to commute the sentence of longtime political confidant Roger Stone late Friday night drew the usual outrage from Democrats and silence from Republicans -- yet another norm busted by a man who seems to revel in doing things that no one who has held the job in the past would even consider.
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JJ Redick, Meyers Leonard at center of NBA bubble’s beer-slamming competition
Competition has already started in the NBA bubble, as players arrived in Orlando ahead of the league’s planned restart. So far, however, it’s been booze more than basketball driving players’ competitive spirits. Pelicans guard JJ Redick posted a video of himself “shotgunning” a Bud Light while sitting in an ice bath after practice. “Sorry meant...
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Zac Efron Doesn’t Have Dad Bod, He’s Daddy
Environmental daddy is here.
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Watch Shedd Aquarium penguins waddle through Chicago’s Field Museum
Izzy and Darwin went on a date night at the museum.
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‘Basketball Wives’ star CeCe Gutierrez weds Byron Scott in live-streamed ceremony
The bride and groom also wore masks during the ceremony.
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Brad Paisley thanks fans for 'hopefully once-in-a-lifetime' drive-thru concert amid coronavirus spike
Brad Paisley performed at the first of three “Live From the Drive-In” tour dates on Saturday nigh,t and despite the circumstances, he did his best for his fans. 
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'Tiger King' zoo searched by police after human remains were believed to be buried on property
The Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park, the zoo made famous in the "Tiger King" documentary on Netflix, was searched by police on Friday.
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6 key Senate and House races to watch on Tuesday
Former US Attorney General Jeff Sessions arrives in the East Room before President Donald Trump announces Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh as his nominee to the Supreme Court at the White House in Washington, DC, on July 9, 2018. | Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Can Jeff Sessions survive his Alabama Senate runoff? Three critically important US Senate races have primaries on Tuesday: Maine, Alabama, and Texas. The fiercest competition comes in the Republican primary for Senate in Alabama, where the once inevitable-looking candidate and President Donald Trump’s former attorney general, Jeff Sessions, seems like much less of a sure bet. Sessions is up against former Auburn and Texas Tech football coach Tommy Tuberville, and the race has largely become a referendum on which candidate would be more loyal to the president. The winner of that race will eventually face Sen. Doug Jones (D), who is easily the most endangered Democratic senator, simply due to the fact he’s in a deeply red state that is still incredibly pro-Trump. If Republicans consider Alabama one of their few pickup opportunities in 2020, Democrats see two potential pickups of their own in the Maine and Texas Senate races, against incumbent Sens. Susan Collins (R-ME) and John Cornyn (R-TX). Collins’s race is seen as especially competitive. There’s a three-person Democratic field vying to unseat her: Maine House Speaker Sara Gideon, activist Betsy Sweet, and attorney Bre Kidman. State and national experts seeGideon as the favorite, and the Senate race in Maine has been a general-election style race between her and Collins for months already. In Texas, the Democratic primary between Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee-endorsed candidate MJ Hegar and state Sen. Royce West, endorsed by the Congressional Black Caucus PAC, has also gotten competitive. The winner will go on to face Cornyn, in a race that will be an uphill battle for Democrats to flip. In addition to the three Senate primaries, there are also competitive House primaries in Maine and Texas. Vox will be carrying live results for these races on Tuesday, in partnership with our friends at DecisionDeskHQ. Two races to watch in Maine Maine Senate race The Maine Senate race against longtime incumbent Sen. Susan Collins (R) is one that Democrats have long tried — and failed — to make competitive. But 2020 could be their best shot. 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. There are two challengers running to Gideon’s 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. Maine political science experts largely expect Gideon to win the race, even with her challengers hitting her on issues including not attending earlier Democratic forums. Gideon has vastly outraised her primary competitors and has the backing of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. “She’s the candidate of everybody except for a small group of Bernie Sanders supporters,” Sandy Maisel, a professor of government at Colby College, told Vox. The Senate race has ostensibly been run like a general election for months, with a deluge of advertising coming from both Collins and Gideon’s campaigns as well as outside groups. The focus of the Senate race has shifted to the coronavirus, where Collins has been touting her work in the Senate on Covid-19 relief, including getting PPP loans to Maine. But like in many other Senate races, the big issue of 2020 for Republican incumbents will be Trump. This puts Collins in a bind. She’s a pro-choice moderate who touts her bipartisan record; nevertheless, she voted for Trump’s Supreme Court picks including Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who voted against abortion providers in a recent ruling. “[Trump is] in Collins’ party, and she is going to be viewed — like it or not — at least partially through a Trumpian lense,” said University of Maine political science professor Mark Brewer. “The Kavanaugh vote, she can’t break that.” Collins has easily won her past races for reelection and proved herself an adept politician in Maine who is tough to beat. This race will still be extremely competitive, but political experts in the state like Brewer say Collins no longer has the upper hand. “If someone were to say to me, ‘Rate this race,’ I’d say it’s a toss-up,” Brewer told Vox. Maine’s Second Congressional District Democrats surprised the state in 2018 when they managed to flip Maine’s more conservative Second Congressional District in that year’s blue wave. Rep. Jared Golden, a moderate Democrat, managed to unseat longtime incumbent Bruce Poliquin in part because Maine shifted to a ranked-choice voting system that year. Now, Golden is the one up for reelection and Poliquin isn’t attempting to win back his old seat. Instead, Republicans Adrienne Bennett, Eric Brakey, and Dale Crafts are all competing for that chance. 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 leaning. All three candidates have embraced Trump. Maine’s Second Congressional District is seen as fairly conservative; it’s rural and tends to be home to older voters. 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. The nonpartisan Cook Political Report rates this race a toss-up. One runoff to watch inAlabama Alabama Senate Republican primary 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 and a promised rally in Mobile, Alabama (though coronavirus may scramble that planned event.) 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 alleged child molesterRoy Moore in a2017 special election. In a state Trump won handily in 2016, Jones is believed to be the most vulnerable Democratic incumbent this cycle. Tuberville, formerly a very good college football coach at Auburn and a less good football coach at Texas Tech and the University of Cincinnati, has never served in elected office. Sessions called him an “empty suit, a nubbin” in an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson last week. Theoretically, it should have been easy for Sessions, who served as Alabama’s senator from 1997 to 2017 and was the first senator to endorse Trump’s presidential campaign, to clinch the primary for his old seat. But the first signs of trouble for Sessions started earlier this year when he couldn’t notch the 50 percent threshold needed to avoid a runoff.His relationship with Trump soured when, as attorney general, Sessions recused himself from the investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 election. Trump said in a May interview that Sessions “was the biggest problem” who “put people in place that were a disaster.” Trump’s support for Tuberville — and visceral loathing for Sessions — will play a critical role in the runoff. Sessions was already facing an uphill battle in his first real election in more than two decades. But now, he has a major Trump problem, Bill Britt, editor-in-chief of the Alabama Political Reporter, told Vox. “The biggest factor in the race between Tuberville and Sessions is that the base of the Alabama Republican Party believes that Sessions betrayed the president. That’s the simple answer.” As for Tuberville, Britt said, “[his] greatest strength is that he was a football coach at Auburn. His greatest weakness is that he didn’t coach Alabama.” Three races to watch in Texas Texas Senate Democratic primary 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 unquestionably has the advantage — but it’s still a competitive race. According to Mark Jones, a fellow in political science at Rice University, Hegar was a “lock” for the seat when the race went to a runoff in March. In the first round of voting, she led the field with a bit over 22 percent of the vote, followed by West with 14.5 percent. But, Jones says, “the George Floyd murder and subsequent calls for reform have really boosted Royce West’s chances.” Hegar is still considered the favorite, but she’s far less likely to run away with the race. West is also backed by the Congressional Black Caucus PAC and the Houston Chronicle, among other endorsers. “We’ve seen Hegar’s Anglo support begin to drop a little,” Jones said. “We also are seeing African American officeholders and political elites in the state really rally behind West in a way that they hadn’t in the original primary in March.” As a result, Hegar is spending like she’s in a serious race: According to the Texas Tribune, she, along with the DSCC and EMILY’s List, poured at least $2 million into ads in the Houston area over the last week of the race, outspending West 85 to 1. Regardless of who wins out on Tuesday, Cornyn will be a challenging incumbent to unseat. The Cook Political Report rates his race as “Likely R,” and Jones agrees that Cornyn is “still pretty safe.” But, he adds, “he’s safer if West wins rather than if Hegar wins.” TX-22 GOP runoff When Republican voters in Texas’s 22nd congressional district went to the polls in March, they slammed the door on the scion of Texas’s favorite son. Despite the endorsement of outgoing Rep. Pete Olson, Pierce Bush — grandson of H.W. — finishedthird behind sheriff Troy Nehls and GOP activist Kathaleen Wall. On Tuesday, Nehls and Wall will again be on the ballot for a runoff, with the winner set to challenge Democratic nominee Sri Preston Kulkarni in November. Kulkarni is a second-time nominee with a serious shot at winning the district in November: In 2018, he finished only about 5 points behind Olson, who has since announced his retirement. Currently, the district is rated as a toss-up by the Cook Political Report. Though Wall has spent a colossal amount of her own money on the race — about $8.3 million, according to the Houston Chronicle — Nehls, who in March won about 40 percent of the vote to Wall’s 19.4 percent, is the favorite to win out and face Kulkarni in the general. “People in Fort Bend County” — which makes up the majority of the 22nd district — “are well aware that Kathaleen Wall is from the center of Houston, she’s not from Fort Bend County,” Jones said. “So that’s going to work against her, as well as the fact that for [a] more pragmatic Republican, she could actually lose a seat that is a leaning Republican seat.” TX-13 GOP runoff In Texas’s 13th district, a former White House doctor is looking to make his way back to Washington. Ronny Jackson, a retired Navy admiral and Trump’s onetime nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, will face 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. Currently, 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. Winegarner, leading the primary by almost 20 points, is Thornberry’s choice to replace him in the House. However, Jackson has the support of his former patient, Donald Trump, as well as a fundraising advantage. Jones says that endorsement, as well as the backing of the Club for Growth, will probably be enough to propel Jackson to victory over Winegarner on Tuesday. There will also be a Democratic runoff in the district Tuesday: Gus Trujillo will take on Greg Sagan for the Democratic nomination and the chance to face either Jackson or Winegarner. However, the general election is all but a foregone conclusion. According to Jones, “there is zero doubt that the Republican is going to win in November. The only question is do they win by 50 points, 60 points, or 70 points.” Support Vox’s explanatory journalism Every day at Vox, we aim to answer your most important questions and provide you, and our audience around the world, with information that has the power to save lives. Our mission has never been more vital than it is in this moment: to empower you through understanding. Vox’s work is reaching more people than ever, but our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources — particularly during a pandemic and an economic downturn. Your financial contribution will not constitute a donation, but it will enable our staff to continue to offer free articles, videos, and podcasts at the quality and volume that this moment requires. Please consider making a contribution to Vox today.
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Wall Street Journal Editorial Board: Goya CEO right not to give in to paranoia after backlash
Much of the press treated Mr. Unanue's praise of the president as if he had broken some unspoken code.
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Could this $50 nasal spray prevent the coronavirus?
Don’t want to wear a mask? Suck it up. A new $50 nasal spray is being touted as a way to squash the coronavirus. The device, developed by Harvard’s Dr. David Edwards, delivers a calcium chloride-based solution, similar to a saline spray, which could prevent viral shedding by up to 99% for as long as...
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Apple’s stock nears all-time high as analyst eyes $2 trillion market cap
Apple shares neared record levels on Monday as an analyst predicted the iPhone maker could become the world’s first $2 trillion company as soon as next year. The upcoming launch of its 5G iPhones at the end of 2020 will position the Cupertino, Calif. tech giant to take advantage of “continued demand snapback in China”...
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17 adorable pool floats to carry you through summer
As summer 2020 quickly becomes the summer of staycations, Americans continue to upgrade their backyards and level-up their pool time. Among the most vital products for the pool are, of course, gorgeous and often quite funny pool floats.
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Lucifer Returns From Hell in Netflix’s Season 5 Trailer
The supernatural drama returns to Netflix on Friday, August 21.
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Local governments weigh major tax hikes to plug coronavirus-induced shortfalls
State and local governments scrambling to raise money during the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic are looking to increased property taxes -- as well as wealth taxes and more -- to fill budget holes. 
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U.K. Launches Information Campaign to Prepare Public for Brexit As E.U. Departure Looms
One notable change will be the end of the freedom to live and work anywhere across the European Union's 27 countries
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McEnany blasts anti-Trump Goya boycott: 'Basket of deplorable politics' now routine on the left
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany called the backlash over Goya CEO Robert Unanue’s praise of President Trump at a White House event last week “unfortunate,” adding that “this is the kind of basket of deplorable politics that the left routinely engages in.”
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Parts of China wrecked by raging flood waters
Heavy flooding in China has left multiple parts of the country submerged, destroying thousands of homes and impacting more than 37 million people. CNN's David Culver tells us more.
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These Millionaires and Billionaires Say They Should Pay More Taxes to Cover COVID-19 Costs
More Than 80 wealthy individuals are petitioning for the cause, calling themselves the “Millionaires for Humanity”
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SI Swimsuit models Olivia Culpo, Jasmine Sanders and Kate Bock share 2020 cover
Olivia Culpo, Jasmine Sanders and Kate Bock are heating things up.
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Daniel Lewis Lee execution delayed by judge hours before he was set to die
A judge has ordered a delay in the execution of convicted killer Daniel Lewis Lee -- just hours before he was scheduled to die by lethal injection, according to a report.
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SiriusXM buys podcast service Stitcher for $325M
Satellite radio giant SiriusXM said Monday that it is buying podcasting platform Stitcher from broadcaster E.W. Scripps for $325 million. Sirius had been in talks for weeks to acquire the platform, which owns a handful of podcast networks that produce shows like “Freakonomics Radio,” “My Favorite Murder” and “Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend.” The deal...
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Estimated 100,000 Slaves Working Across UK, 10,000 in Coronavirus City of Leicester: Reports
A report by the think tank the Centre for Social Justice and the anti-slavery charity Justice and Care says that nearly 100,000 slaves are working across Britain, around ten times more than 2017 government estimates.
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Trump takes aim at Dr. Fauci as coronavirus cases surge nationwide
Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are spiking across much of the United States. Yet President Trump and members of the administration are appearing to focus on discrediting Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joins CBSN with more on that, plus the president's decision to grant clemency to his convicted friend and adviser Roger Stone.
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FDA expands list of potentially dangerous hand sanitizers
The FDA has expanded its list of hand sanitizers that are potentially toxic because of methanol.
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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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Life in limbo as Trump administration threatens to deport international students
International students are living in limbo after Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that they will have to leave the country or risk deportation if their universities switch to online-only courses.
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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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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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Who thought putting Betsy DeVos on TV was a good idea? It wasn’t.
The secretary of education doesn't have much to say about education.
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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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