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Brazilian model Valentina Sampaio becomes first transgender Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model
The 23-year-old was just named the last of the 2020 Rookies for the magazine.
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Auschwitz survivor to meet family of NYC solider who liberated her
Lily Ebert, 90, was 14-years-old when her family was taken from their home in Bonyhád, Hungary, and sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp, CNN reports.
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Ghislaine Maxwell argues for bail, say she's 'not Jeffrey Epstein'
Ghislaine Maxwell, the confidant of accused sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, argued in a court filing Friday that she should be granted bail while awaiting trial, claiming she wasn't in "hiding" while under criminal investigation, as prosecutors allege, and hasn't left the country in more than a year.
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Loved Palm Springs? Here Are 20 More Romantic Comedies That Put a New Spin on an Old Genre
Hulu's existential 'Palm Springs' is just the latest original entry in the evolving genre. Here are more unconventional rom-coms, from 'Meet the Patels' to 'The Lovers.'
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Carnival cruise lines plan 'staggered' comeback, won't return to full capacity until 2022
Carnival's eight cruise lines will take a phased return to sailing determined by region and will not reach full capacity until 2022 at the earliest.       
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Former Oakland home of Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong seeks $7.25 million
In the Bay Area, a French Normandy-style home once owned by Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is up for grabs at $7.25 million.
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Helen Hunt, 57, stuns in black bikini while enjoying beach day in Malibu
Helen Hunt turned heads when she hit the beach in Malibu.
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LA police union chief does not believe there was an organized 'blue flu' by officers calling out sick
Veteran police officer Rob Harris said on Friday that he understands the LAPD officers' frustration as speculation persists that most of them called in sick over the violent holiday weekend.
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Public splash pads and pools are opening in L.A., but it's a trickle, not a torrent
As rules shift, some L.A. pools are opening while others stay shut.
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The US has a lot to learn from Taiwan's Covid fight
Lanhee Chen writes that Taiwan's Covid-19 strategy can be replicated in the United States. Its efforts to identify each case quickly, coupled with contact tracing, social distancing in group contexts and masking where distancing is not possible have been critical in curtailing the advance of the deadly virus.
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Palm Springs Is the Comedy of the Summer
Palm Springs is set during a never-ending day. Sorry to give away the big plot point, which comes some 15 minutes into Max Barbakow’s wonderful new comedy, but that premise feels pertinent today in a way it didn’t when the movie premiered at Sundance six months ago. The film belongs to the growing canon of time-loop stories, which ensnare their characters in a repeating cycle from which there’s no discernable escape. Life proceeds normally enough, but its rhythms are unchanged; the monotony is comical, and then unbearable. It’s not hard to view all art through the focus of the pandemic right now, but in Palm Springs, the subtext is practically text: We are all trapped.That may sound terrifying, but what’s most impressive about the movie (out today on Hulu) is how charming and genuinely funny it is. It keeps all the beats of a salty-sweet romantic comedy without ignoring the crushing implications of having to wake up to the same morning, over and over again. Where other time-loop movies (Groundhog Day, Edge of Tomorrow, Happy Death Day) were about their characters gaining some karmic sense of self-improvement, Palm Springs is about how reality can feel endless, and how being an adult involves cherishing the truth that a lot of things will never change.[Read: ‘Groundhog Day’ was a horror movie all along]The film is set in the titular California desert resort town, where Nyles (played by Andy Samberg) and Sarah (Cristin Milioti) are apathetic guests at a cloyingly cheerful wedding. Sarah seems haunted by her past, while the Hawaiian-shirt-clad Nyles is terminally over it; at night, she foolishly follows him into a magical cave and gets sucked into a time loop, one that he’s long been trapped in. Nyles is happy to have someone to share his curse with, but Sarah, being new to the experience, is more motivated to find a way out.Early on, they take a drive to get away from it all, weighing the predicament they’re in, and Nyles sums up his take on the situation. “The only way to really live in this is to embrace the fact that nothing matters,” he says. “Well then, what's the point of living?” Sarah counters. “Well, we kind of have no choice but to live. So I think your best bet is just to learn how to suffer existence,” he counters. He’s been doomed to nihilism by the Twilight Zone rules he has to live under—if he falls asleep or dies, he just wakes right back up where he started the morning. But it’s a conversation with all kinds of implications about how we approach our lives.The central pair in Palm Springs are in their early 30s, relatively indifferent to their accomplishments in life so far, and struggling to figure out their path forward. The situation laid out in the screenwriter Andy Siara’s terrific script is fantastical, but he understands that it can double for every sense of feeling stuck that comes with adulthood. There’s the ennui of being romantically miserable at a picturesque wedding, then there’s the recursive nature of being in a relationship and settling into a routine, which Nyles and Sarah start to do as the days repeat.Then, of course, there’s life itself, and the age-old question of what we’re all supposed to do with it. To Nyles, it’s become simply something to endure; to Sarah, there’s still the chance that she might be able to break out of certain harmful cycles. The film is only 90 minutes long but somehow manages to wrestle all those ideas into an airy, silly comedy filled with terrific laugh lines and fizzy chemistry between Samberg and Milioti. It’s tough for a film to be heady and hilarious, but Palm Springs does it beautifully.When I first saw the movie at Sundance, I expected little more than a zany wedding comedy and was fascinated by its complexity. On rewatch, months into a pandemic, Palm Springs is even more trenchant. For many, existence has felt limited and monotonous of late, with no obvious light ahead; there’s a strange satisfaction to seeing a highly entertaining film that speaks to that specific anxiety without even meaning to. In Palm Springs, the journey the central characters go on isn’t just about trying to escape the loop—it’s about understanding that no matter how tedious life might seem, there are always ways to find joy in living it.
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Sonja Morgan says Luann de Lesseps is worst tipper of all ‘RHONY’ stars
Money can't buy you class — or good tipping etiquette.
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Ohio police officer rescues girl, 8, from raging flash flood; captures dramatic moment on bodycam
Dramatic police video shows the moment an Ohio police officer rescues an 8-year-old girl separated from family during a flash flood.
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CEO brandishes gun at Hispanic couple lost on his property: report
The CEO of an energy company chased down and held a Hispanic couple at gunpoint after they accidentally drove onto his property in an affluent neighborhood in Colorado on their way to a wedding rehearsal dinner, according to a report. Chris Ochoa, 26, said in a Facebook post that he and his girlfriend were following...
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For Charlize Theron and Kiki Layne, 'The Old Guard' action sparked new confidence
Making Netflix's 'The Old Guard' brought Charlize Theron and Kiki Layne together for an action-adventure tale that mirrored their dynamic onscreen and off-.
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Fears About Transgender People Are a Distraction From the Real Struggles All Women Face
In recent weeks, my DMs have been flooded with messages from well-meaning acquaintances, many asking precisely what was transphobic about J.K. Rowling’s self-published essay, “TERF Wars.” (In summary: a lot.) “TERF Wars” was, coincidentally, the title of a chapter in my memoir, The Gender Games. I wonder if she’s read it? Her piece contained nothing…
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Facing America’s History of Racism Requires Facing the Origins of ‘Race’ as a Concept
Without reckoning with race, it's impossible to understand how Europeans and Americans engineered the most complete and enduring dehumanization of a people in history
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Tim Graham: Kayleigh McEnany matches bombastic reporters' theater with her own mic-drop moments
McEnany's commentaries are great clickbait for people who want to see arrogant reporters get a dose of their own medicine.        
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Nick Cordero’s wife, Amanda Kloots, seen in public for first time since his death
Kloot's late husband passed away on Sunday after losing his battle with coronavirus.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Greyhound’ on Apple TV+, an Old-Fashioned Tom Hanks World War II Thriller
You can just picture Hanks clack-clack-clacking this screenplay on a vintage typewriter.
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New species of ‘walking’ sharks discovered in Australia
Walking sharks sounds like something you’d see in a preview for Sharknado 8: Nowhere Is Safe, but it’s apparently a totally real thing, and researchers have discovered a handful of species in recent years that have seemingly evolved the ability. Scientists have known about sharks that have the ability to “walk” with their fins on...
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‘30 Rock’: Tina Fey Skewers Non-Mask Wearers in Reunion Teaser
Liz Lemon is certainly back on her bullsh*t.
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Trump Postpones New Hampshire Rally Due to Tropical Storm Fay
The Trump campaign stated that his New Hampshire rally was "postponed for safety reasons because of Tropical Storm Fay"
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Hundreds rally in support of law enforcement in Fayetteville, NC
A large crowd shouted “USA, USA” in a show of support for law enforcement in the city of Fayetteville in North Carolina, according to a report.
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U.S. Marine Corps base in Okinawa reports coronavirus infections
A number of personnel at a US. Marine Corps base on the Japanese island of Okinawa have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, officials say. 
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'I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry' Inexplicably Makes Netflix's Top Ten
The movie has been out for years.
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Appeals court delays decision on dismissal of Michael Flynn charges
A federal appeals court on Friday stayed a decision ordering that a judge accept the Justice Department’s motion to drop its criminal case against fired national security adviser Michael Flynn. The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit issued an order that gives the former Army Lt. General and the Justice Department 10 days...
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Feds worry Epstein confidant Ghislaine Maxwell is suicide risk
Officials took away her clothes and bedsheets because of fears Maxwell might take her own life after her arrest.
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These companies are working on bringing supersonic travel back
Over 50 years after Concorde's test flight, several companies are working on new supersonic jet designs, with one carrying out test flights as soon as 2021.
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Kanye West shares video of himself registering to vote in Wyoming after announcing presidential run
Kanye West is officially a registered voter in the state of Wyoming and he posted a video to prove it.
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How Poetry Societies Are Giving Women in Afghanistan a Voice During Coronavirus Lockdown
On a frosty February morning in Kabul, Lima Aafshid’s face glows in the pale blue light of her smartphone. She is reciting the words of 13th century Afghan poet Jalaluddin Rumi. Speaking in Dari, her voice is soft, yet clear. ‘Let’s get away from all the clever humans who put words in our mouth. Let’s…
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Amazon Employees Ordered to Remove TikTok From Mobile Devices That Access Company Email
Amazon cited "security risks" as the reason for the prohibition on the mobile application.
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Family of Alabama Man Who Refused to Wear Mask and Died of Coronavirus Urges Others to Wear Masks
A man from Tuscaloosa, Alabama who refused to wear a face mask recently died from the novel coronavirus. His family is using his story to urge others to wear a mask.
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Chad Michael Murray gets handsy at the beach and more star snaps
Chad Michael Murray gets touchy-feely with his wife, Jojo models for SavageXFenty and more...
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Trump threatens tax-exempt status, funding for universities and schools over 'radical left indoctrination'
Republicans have long railed against alleged left-wing indoctrination in public schools and universities, citing "free speech zones," cases of professors and administrators showing hostility toward conservative students.
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‘Sabrina’ Showrunner Teases Part 5 Might Have Had a ‘Riverdale’ Crossover
Although fans will never see Part 5, showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa told fans it would live on in the Sabrina comic book.
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Dozens of Mississippi lawmakers have coronavirus after weeks of refusing to wear masks
If you've been in contact with your state lawmaker in Mississippi, you may want to get a coronavirus test.
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Amazon tells employees to delete TikTok by end of day
Amazon is banning employees from having the wildly popular TikTok app on their phones, citing “security risks” associated with the Chinese-owned company in a Friday memo. “If you have TikTok on your device, you must remove it by 10-Jul to retain mobile access to Amazon email,” the Seattle-based e-tailing giant said in an IT email....
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Pop songs are ‘the happiest and most upbeat’ they’ve been in years
POP songs are the happiest and most upbeat in years, data shows. The tempo of the top 20 is at an 11-year high. Dua Lipa, The Weeknd and Lady Gaga have released faster tracks despite Covid-19. Pop had been getting slower in the past few years, with the likes of Ariana Grande using hip-hop influences...
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Johnny Depp begs Amber Heard to cut him in disturbing audio recording
Audio of the disturbing exchange was played in London's High Court at Depp's explosive libel trial.
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Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak Closes Bars to Quell Spread of Chinese Coronavirus
Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) is rolling back some of Nevada's reopening plan, closing bars in counties experiencing spikes of the Chinese coronavirus as part of a greater effort to quell the spread of the virus.
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What's on TV This Week: A '30 Rock' reunion, 'Brave New World' and more
TV highlights for July 12-18 include a "30 Rock" reunion plus "Brave New World" on the new streaming service Peacock
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Lululemon is having a rare sale on all your favorite activewear
Summer is kicking into high gear — and so has at-home and outdoor fitness. Whether you're working out or just hanging out, athleisure is a must-have, and now you can score some of the best for less: Lululemon is hosting a rare online sale with up to 55% off nearly 700 items.
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35 years after Live Aid, Bob Geldof assesses personal toll
The legendary Live Aid concerts 35 years ago did a lot of good — helping reduce African famine and putting a spotlight on the world’s poorest nations
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Merkel inserts a dagger into populists' 'denial of basic truths'
Angela Merkel may not scream down the phone at President Donald Trump -- but she knows how to insert a dagger.
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'You cannot fight the pandemic with lies' -- Angela Merkel knows how to insert a dagger
Trump, as well as Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro and Russia's Vladimir Putin, must have felt his ears burning when the German Chancellor demolished their approaches to the coronavirus in a speech Thursday. "As we are experiencing firsthand, you cannot fight the pandemic with lies and disinformation any more than you can fight it with hate or incitement to hatred," Merkel said. "The limits of populism and denial of basic truths are being laid bare."
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The 2020 National Book Awards ceremony is going virtual
The 71st National Book Awards ceremony and its preceding events are going virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Large KFC order lands group $18G fine for violating coronavirus lockdown order in Australia
That’s an expensive party.
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