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Mets left with no easy answers to fill Marcus Stroman’s spot
The Mets are still trying to figure out a pitching plan for Wednesday against the Nationals, with an evident preference toward a bullpen game. With Michael Wacha on the injured list, the team could go with some combination of relievers to get through Wednesday, but after manager Luis Rojas received extended duty from his bullpen...
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Black Lives Matter holds rally in Chicago to support those arrested after looting, unrest
Black Lives Matter members in Chicago held a rally on Monday to support the more than 100 arrested last night following widespread looting and rioting that caused at least $60 million in property damage and saw 13 police officers injured, according to a report.
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Nurse works to combat HIV during pandemic
Throughout Africa, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the supply of antiretroviral drugs. One nurse is working to make sure HIV patients still receive them. (Aug. 11)       
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Islanders need Mat Barzal, top line to keep momentum going
Mathew Barzal admitted following the Islanders’ playoff-berth-securing win over the Panthers that it took him a few games to get his touch and feel for the puck back. But with a four-month break from competitive play, who can blame the first-line center for not having all of his flare after a quick training camp and...
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Smash Mouth performed for packed crowd at Sturgis Motorcycle Rally despite ongoing coronavirus pandemic
Smash Mouth has now joined the list of high-profile bands to perform for large crowds amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Can majority rule survive America's widening political divide?
If Joe Biden maintains his steady lead in national polls over President Donald Trump through Election Day, Democrats will win the popular vote for the seventh time in the past eight presidential elections -- something no party has achieved since the formation of the modern American political system in 1828.
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Man ‘ran aggressively’ at Secret Service officer before being shot near White House
The man shot near the White House on Monday — briefly halting the president’s press briefing — “ran aggressively” towards a Secret Service agent and claimed to have a weapon, authorities said. The shooting of the 51-year-old suspect by a federal officer happened at 5:50 p.m. right outside the White House at the corner of...
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Back-to-school and college football chaos highlight Trump's failed leadership
More pillars are fast crumbling in President Donald Trump's frantic and lie-strewn attempt to convince Americans the nation is back to normal before the election, with chaos already afflicting the return to school and a rite of fall -- college football -- on the brink.
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UCLA players' work to improve college football won't end even if season does
UCLA football players Elisha Guidry and Otito Ogbonnia are in favor of moving the college football season to the spring.
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LaDainian Tomlinson: Frank Gore is perfect Jets complement to Le’Veon Bell
An extra-large eraser is needed to create a clean slate for an accomplished runner like Frank Gore or LaDainian Tomlinson. A decade after Tomlinson signed with the Jets amidst motivation-generating whispers his Hall of Fame career was finished, another of the NFL’s career rushing leaders is extending his career in the same fashion. And it...
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Peter Kirsanow says 'defund the police' movement will 'redound to the detriment' of left, Democrats
Democrats' push to "defund the police" is backfiring as protests spread into elite neighborhoods and produce more violence in U.S. cities, attorney and U.S. Commission on Civil Rights member Peter Kirsanow argued on Monday.
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Kyle Kuzma's last-second three-pointer lifts Lakers to victory over Nuggets
Kyle Kuzma hits a three-pointer with less than a second remaining to push the Lakers to a 124-121 win over the Nuggets, snapping L.A.'s three-game losing streak.
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Markus Golden’s return gives Giants’ pass rush a chance
The Giants won’t have Michael Strahan and Justin Tuck and Osi Umenyiora together to terrorize the quarterback. They won’t have the young Jason Pierre-Paul. They’ll never have another Lawrence Taylor. But never have they needed to go back to the future to honor their feared-but-faded pass-rush tradition more than now, when they suddenly find themselves...
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Yankees’ trade deadline strategy is becoming increasingly clear
People involved in making decisions about what the trade landscape will look like as the Aug. 31 deadline approaches believe the Yankees won’t add a difference-maker to their lineup. With 16 teams making the postseason, a sub .500 club at the deadline could believe it has a chance to play in October even if it...
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How the Nets became a humongous NBA bubble surprise
It was bad. Then, it got worse. Then, it got ridiculous. Before departing for the NBA bubble in Orlando, the Nets knew they would not look like they wanted to. Kevin Durant had been out all season. Kyrie Irving underwent season-ending shoulder surgery. Then, a series of COVID-19 cases triggered opt-outs by DeAndre Jordan, Spencer...
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Fauci recommends 'universal wearing of masks' as schools reopen
In an interview on ABC News' "World News Tonight with David Muir," Dr. Anthony Fauci said that he feels that universal wearing of masks in addition to other public health measures are "very important" in preventing the spread of Covid-19 as schools reopen.
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Body camera shows George Floyd's last moments
Body camera footage recorded by the former officers charged in the death of George Floyd was made publicly available on Monday after a Minnesota judge ordered its release. (Aug. 11)       
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Retirement savers cash in after shrugging off stock market woes in the spring
The coronavirus-fueled stock market sell-off in March didn't prevent workers from piling money into their nest eggs, according to a new study from Fidelity Investments.      
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Expert: Kids may spread Covid-19 like the common cold
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August 10 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
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Lamb of God returns with self-titled album
Vocalist Randy Blythe talks about the band's latest album, its first set of original songs since 2015. Rick Damigella reports.
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Statement from U.S. Secret Service on Officer Involved Shooting Outside White House
The U.S. Secret Service issued a report on the officer involved shooting that ocurred Monday outside of the White House while President Trump was giving a press conference. The president was escorted out of the press room until the incident was resolved.
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Graham promises 'I'm going to find out' why FBI 'told the same lies' to lawmakers about Steele dossier in '18
The FBI under Director Christopher Wray's leadership deceived lawmakers on the Senate Intelligence Committee during a 2018 briefing on the Russia investigation, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham told "Hannity" Monday, citing a document he obtained from the Department of Justice.
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College football players and coaches push to save the 2020 season
Clemson running back Darien Rencher called the movement by the players as their "last Hail Mary" to try to make something happen.
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L.A. County may pay $1.35 million to settle case over use of public funds to back Measure H
A probe by the state's political watchdog and a civil lawsuit have resulted in a settlement that would require L.A. County to pay $1.35 million to resolve claims that it failed to report public funds to support a 2017 homeless services tax ballot measure.
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Putin pushes for more integration with Belarus after election unrest
MOSCOW – President Vladimir Putin said on Monday he wanted neighboring Belarus to reactivate stalled plans for more integration with Russia after a contested election win left Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko, an on-off Russian ally, on the defensive. Putin made his suggestion as the opposition in Belarus rejected official election results handing Lukashenko a landslide...
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Liberty University names acting president after Falwell placed on indefinite leave
Liberty University in Virginia announced Monday that its board had chosen Jerry Prevo to serve as the acting president of the University after its President Jerry Falwell Jr. was placed on indefinite leave.
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Seattle City Council approves cuts to police positions, budget
SEATTLE — The Seattle City Council approved proposals Monday that would reduce the police department by as many as 100 officers through layoffs and attrition — an action supported by demonstrators who have marched in the city following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis but strongly opposed by the mayor and police chief....
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Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx's office has dismissed more than 25,000 felony cases: report
During Foxx’s first three years as the county’s top prosecutor, her office dropped all charges against 29.9% of felony defendants. 
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New 'Tron' movie starring Jared Leto to be directed by Garth Davis: report
The upcoming third "Tron" movie from Disney will be directed by Garth Davis, known best for directing 2016's "Lion."
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Get used to seeing Collin Morikawa take PGA by storm
SAN FRANCISCO — “It doesn’t stop here.’’ Those four words were innocuous by nature in Collin Morikawa’s victory press conference Sunday evening while he regaled media members about becoming only the fourth player to win a PGA Championship before age 24, joining Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. It doesn’t stop here. Those four...
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New Yorkers sound off to Lawrence Jones about Biden's Black diversity gaffe, potential running mate
New York City residents sounded off to Fox News correspondent Lawrence Jones on "Hannity" Monday about former Vice President Joe Biden's potential running mate, as well as the presumptive Democratic nominee's recent comments about the African-American community.
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Alexis Lafreniere lottery stunner shouldn’t nix Rangers’ plan
First-overall pick to Edmonton in 2010. First-overall pick to Edmonton in 2011. First-overall pick to Edmonton in 2012. Seventh-overall pick to Edmonton in 2013. Third-overall pick to Edmonton in 2014. First-overall pick — who was Connor McDavid, by the way — to Edmonton in 2015. Fourth-overall pick to Edmonton in 2016. And do you know...
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Insider: Indiana Pacers still can't solve mystery of Miami Heat in blowout loss
The Heat clinched the season series with their third win vs. the Pacers and will have the postseason tiebreaker for the higher seeding.        
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Pompeo: Iran, China, and Russia 'Are Engaged in Influence Operations' in the U.S.
On Monday’s broadcast of Newsmax TV’s “Spicer and Co.,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated that Iran, China, and Russia “are engaged in influence operations here in the United States.” And that it is not surprising that the Chinese Communist
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Infectious disease expert on why he thinks US needs another lockdown
CNN's Don Lemon speaks to Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, who wrote in a New York Times op-ed about how he thinks another lockdown in the US would "crush the spread" of Covid-19 until a vaccine arrives.
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Washington Post columnist Rogin calls out NBC News over ‘several errors’ in report on Wuhan lab
A new NBC News report on the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) -- the lab from where the coronavirus pandemic may have originated -- is inconsistent and misleading, according to a thread of tweets from Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin.
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Thousands gather for wild rave at Prospect Park in Brooklyn
Pandemic in the park? A massive rave took place at Prospect Park in Brooklyn on Sunday — with carefree revelers ignoring social distancing guidelines as the city recovers from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Over 1,500 people — most without masks — attended the party billed as Litnic 2 and danced into the early hours of...
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Trump defends executive orders to extend financial assistance to Americans amid pandemic; Hospitals set up virtual sessions with therapy dogs
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Pelosi: Trump Executive Orders Were to 'Bolster Stock Market' Not Help Hungry Children
Monday on MSNBC's "The ReidOut," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said President Donald Trump's executive orders addressing the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic were an "illusion" meant to bolster the stock market and cut benefits to children who are "food insecure in our country."
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Review: This 'black-ish' episode was hidden for years. Here's why it still works
In a shelved episode just released on Hulu, "black-ish" offers a reminder that the politics of its greatest episodes are never less than relevant.
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Coronavirus live updates: Global count hits 20 million; Big Ten presidents may opt against fall football; Disneyland in limbo
Neck gaiters don't do much to protect against COVID-19, a report finds. In July, 97,000 kids tested positive for the virus. Latest coronavirus news.       
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Ghislaine Maxwell whines about ‘onerous’ jail conditions, wants out of solitary
Ghislaine Maxwell is whining about the “onerous” conditions she’s facing at a federal lockup in Brooklyn — including 24/7 camera surveillance and guards taking notes on her every move, according to court documents filed Monday. The motion from Maxwell’s attorneys asks that she be moved out of solitary confinement and into the general population at...
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The UWS is falling apart, and lefties seem too woke to care
New York City must be one of the few places on earth where chaos nostalgia is widespread. Many were the laments in the Giuliani-Bloomberg era that the city was “too sanitized,” “too gentrified,” “too boring,” “anodyne,” “suburban.” Often, you’d hear people saying, or declaiming, that their ideal vision of the city was the 1970s–1980s one...
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Hannity accuses Biden of 'adopting the radical left's war on police' by 'bowing' to Sanders
Joe Biden is "bowing" to far-left extremists who hate law enforcement, as well as normalizing socialist policies by borrowing from Sen. Bernie Sanders' campaign platform, according to Sean Hannity.
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‘Critical new information’ found in Ghislaine Maxwell case, lawyers claim
Attorneys for Ghislaine Maxwell discovered “critical new information” last week that will impact both her criminal and civil cases in Manhattan federal court, according to court documents filed Monday. The information is not described or specified by Maxwell’s attorneys — who are fighting to keep secret a deposition she gave in a defamation case brought...
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VIDEO: More than 200 Attend 'Back the Blue' Rally in North Carolina
More than 200 people showed up to support police officers at a Back the Blue rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Saturday.
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Police officer fires gun and wounds man after accidentally being hit by deputy's Taser
Snippets of newly released body camera video show the moment a Nevada police officer unintentionally shot a man after that officer was hit with a Taser discharged by a sheriff's deputy, the Reno Police Department said.
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