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Portland's unrest continues for six straight weeks with no apparent end in sight
The death of George Floyd while in police custody triggered a wave of protests and violent mayhem as hundreds of thousands across the country demanded justice and a reckoning against racial injustice and police brutality.
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Meghan Markle urges girls to fight racism and gender inequality in powerful speech
Meghan Markle gave a powerful speech on Tuesday at the virtual Girl Up Leadership Summit.
Twitter weighs in on Bari Weiss’ sudden departure from New York Times
Voices on the platform swiftly weighed in on both sides of the issue — and the political aisle.
Trump to discuss China in afternoon Rose Garden event
President Donald Trump plans to address China during afternoon remarks at the White House, officials said.
Bubonic plague horror: UK warns against travel to Mongolia amid outbreak
The warning comes after a hospital in Bayannur, a city northwest of Beijing, notified local government officials earlier this month about a suspected case of bubonic plague.
Michigan police praised after saving a choking 3-week-old baby
A Michigan police officer has been hailed a hero after he saved a newborn girl from choking - an amazing moment captured in a dashcam video.
Video appears to show PA officer kneeling on a man's neck
Police in Allentown, PA, are investigating an officer's use of force after video appears to show him kneeling on a man's neck.
Teachers union leader says listening to Trump "not good for children"
"I represent 3 million teachers, support staff, secretaries, bus drivers, and any one of us is more qualified than Donald Trump and Betsy DeVos to talk about what we need to reopen schools safely," Lily Eskelsen García said.
Andrew McCarthy: Supreme Court constitutionally accurate in allowing execution of triple-murderer to proceed
The High Court’s ruling permitted the DOJ to press ahead with a lethal injection that was originally scheduled to occur Monday afternoon.
Gigantic ‘superflare’ spotted on nearby star
Researchers at Kyoto University and the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan detected 12 stellar flares on AD Leonis, a red dwarf 16 light-years away. A light-year, which measures distance in space, equals about 6 trillion miles. Red dwarf stars are the smallest and most abundant stars in our galaxy. They are also longest-lived stars. One...
DC Delegate Norton: Redskins' name change 'necessary' and should have happened years ago
A name change for the NFL's Washington Redskins – one of the league's oldest franchises – was "necessary," Washington, D.C., Democratic Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton stated Tuesday.
Amber Heard: I woke up with Johnny Depp’s shirt ‘around my neck’ after fight
Depp and Heard were on the Eastern & Oriental Express in Southeast Asia for their honeymoon and had gotten into "a terrible fight,'' Heard wrote in the entry, which Wass read aloud in court.
Mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus detected in NYC
2020 just keeps outdoing itself.
Ghislaine Maxwell Pleads Not Guilty to Charges Tied to Jeffrey Epstein Sex Abuse Case
The British socialite appeared in a video court hearing in Manhattan after being in custody since her July 2 arrest
Ben Domenech on resignation of Bari Weiss: NYT leaders 'beholden to Twitter mobs of all kinds'
Ben Domenech says Bari Weiss' resignation letter implies she might sue The New York Times and that he hopes she does
1 dead after mask confrontation at convenience store escalates into stabbing, police shooting
Police say Sean Ernest Ruis — who refused to wear a mask — was shot and killed by police after he stabbed a 77-year-old customer who confronted him.
Coronavirus cases reportedly surging at Tesla facility in California
More than 1,500 Tesla workers have been infected or come in contact with someone who was infected with the coronavirus in recent months, according to a new report. The majority of the cases popped up at Tesla’s Fremont, Calif. factory, according to Tesla blog Electrek. The facility was the focal point of a standoff between...
Wildfires in Utah, Colorado force evacuations as fire conditions linger out west
Two wildfires burning across the Mountain West have scorched thousands of acres and forced evacuations in communities as weather conditions on Tuesday may not give out any help to firefighters.
Immigrant families in detention have until Friday to make a difficult decision
Hundreds of immigrant families in US Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody may have to decide by the end of this week whether they'll separate from their children or stay in detention together.
Faulty data collection raises questions about Trump’s claims on PPP program
The Small Business Administration's claim that the Paycheck Protection Program saved 51 million jobs is belied by allegedly false and sometimes inflated figures, a Post investigation has found.
Tokyo enlists nightclub workers for videos to help fight coronavirus
TOKYO – Alarmed by a spike in infections in Tokyo’s nightlife districts, the metropolitan government has released educational videos in the form of a Q&A between nightclub hosts, a hostess and a doctor, hoping to stem the spread of the outbreak. “What kind of symptoms can a young COVID-19 patient expect?” “What are medical costs...
Trump Jr., Ted Cruz among conservatives celebrating Bari Weiss’ 'stunning' NY Times resignation letter
Donald Trump Jr. and Sen. Ted Cruz are among the prominent conservatives to celebrate New York Times columnist Bari Weiss’ scathing resignation letter, with Gray Lady critics saying she offered a look behind the curtain into liberal media when blasting the paper's "illiberal" environment.
Federal Judge Blocks Georgia’s Controversial Law Banning Most Abortions After 6 Weeks
'It is in the public interest, and is this court’s duty, to ensure constitutional rights are protected'
Saquon Barkley entering new stratosphere with bar-raising Nike line
Saquon Barkley wants everyone who wears his Nike sneakers to know what it is like to walk in his shoes. The preliminary concept of simulated concrete on the Giants star’s forthcoming shoe isn’t meant just to create flash. It is a tribute to a different name he almost was given. Reminiscent of the streets and...
Doctors find black worm in woman's tonsil after throat pain
A woman visited a Tokyo hospital for throat pain, and upon a physical exam, doctors discovered a black worm writhing in her tonsil.
Film adaptation of ‘The Painted Bird’ is a shocking, deeply moving allegory of war
Jerzy Kosinski’s 1965 novel becomes a gorgeous, gruesome black-and-white nightmare.
Trump campaign rejects notion Texas is in play: ‘They know that’s a joke’
The Trump campaign on Tuesday mocked claims that Texas could be in play this November, on the heels of former Vice President Joe Biden’s first general election ad in the state.
Study suggests the moon is a lot younger than we thought
A new study suggests that the moon is a lot younger than initially believed. Earth’s natural satellite is 4.425 billion years old, some 85 million years younger than the 4.51 billion years, according to researchers from the German Aerospace Center. The new age is based on the researchers reexamining the timeline of when the moon...
Democrats have rediscovered the eternal appeal — and frustration — of Texas
Is this the year ... is something Democrats have been asking for a long time.
They Tried to Start a Union During a Pandemic, But They Were Fired. What’s Next?
Photo by MPI/Getty Images Some food industry workers say companies are using the pandemic as an excuse to halt efforts to unionize
U.S.-China Tension Isn’t Going Away—And It’s Everywhere
The “new cold war” seems more real than ever.
NBA great Shaquille O’Neal stops to help driver stranded on Florida highway: police
It’s not the face you might expect to see while stranded along the highway but for one Florida driver, it certainly was a pleasant surprise.
Melania Trump tweets appeal for people to wear face masks
First lady Melania Trump reminded Americans on Tuesday to wear a mask or facial coverage to be safe and prevent the spread of the coronavirus. “Even in the summer months, please remember to wear face coverings & practice social distancing. The more precaution we take now can mean a healthier & safer country in the...
Pornhub offers $300,000 worth of free ads to ailing small businesses
Pornhub says it wants to help ailing merchants expose themselves to a whole new audience. The giant smut site is giving away $300,000 worth of free advertising — a move it hopes will stimulate small businesses that have been beaten down by the coronavirus crisis. In a competition launched Tuesday, Pornhub will select 100 small...
Microplastics from your tires are likely reaching the most remote places on Earth, study finds
The amount of microplastics carried into the world's oceans by the wind is comparable to the amount washing in from rivers, a new study found. The report provides new insight into how this pollution is spreading around the world.
Louisiana attorney general sits out visit with Pence after testing positive for coronavirus
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry had to sit out Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to his state Tuesday after testing positive for coronavirus.
Miranda Kerr’s husband, Evan Spiegel, praises her ‘very different’ co-parenting relationship with Orlando Bloom
Miranda Kerr’s husband Evan Spiegel discussed co-parenting.
Colin Jost on first meeting Scarlett Johansson
“I remember her being beautiful, smart, sweet, and intimidatingly sophisticated."
One man holds multiple trademarks on potential Washington Redskins replacement names
The Washington NFL franchise announced on Monday that it would be changing its team name, but one man has already beaten them to the punch by trademarking a number of potential options.
Dana White: UFC 251 pay-per-view numbers cement Jorge Masvidal as 'a massive star'
UFC 251 was nothing short of a major success for UFC president Dana White, who admits Jorge Masvidal played a big part in that.        Related StoriesSpinning Back Clique: Why Jorge Masvidal will be just fine coming out of UFC 251Muslim Salikhov says Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos got him in the first but glad with split winRaulian Paiva wants someone in the top 10 after UFC 251 win
Great Lakes water temperatures are blowing away records and could climb higher
Some of the lakes are between 75 and 80 degrees and could warm more in the coming weeks.
GOP congressman Morgan Griffith tests positive for coronavirus
Rep. Morgan Griffith, R-Va., became the latest member of the House of Representatives to test positive for coronavirus as his staff announced Tuesday that the lawmaker had been infected and was self-isolating.
Los Angeles' 11 professional sports teams join together to tackle racial injustice
The ALLIANCE: Los Angeles, a five-year commitment, aims to "drive investment and impact for social justice through sport."
Federal execution renews Supreme Court's divide over death penalty
Justice Sotomayor disputed the process by which courts weigh in while two other justices questioned whether the death penalty is constitutional.
Jimmy Fallon returns to 'Tonight Show' studio for first time since COVID-19 shutdown
Comedian Jimmy Fallon filmed the latest episode of "The Tonight Show" in-studio at Rockefeller Plaza, with guests Charlize Theron and Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Fauci spat illustrates what some fear is a directionless White House
The public spat unfolding this week between the White House and the nation's respected top infectious disease specialist has vexed some allies of President Donald Trump, whose visions for a highly focused reelection season have instead been replaced with unpopular fights and obscure fixations.
Kansas City Chiefs, Pro Bowler Chris Jones agree to four-year extension ahead of franchise-tag deadline, per report
DT Chris Jones and Kansas City agreed to a four-year deal two days before the deadline for franchised players to sign multi-year contracts.
California man faces hate crime, hit-and-run charges after hurling racial epithets at Black group of people: officials
A California man was charged with a hate crime after allegedly hurling racial epithets at a group of Black people in a parking lot before striking one of them with his car.