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Gracie family member calls new NYPD arrest rules an ‘absolute disaster’
A leader of the Gracie martial arts family has called restrictive new arrest rules for NYPD cops an “absolute disaster” — and warned they could lead to more deaths. Rener Gracie, the grandson of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu founder Hélio Gracie, posted a series of videos raising real fears against the City Council’s anti-chokehold bill that also...
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Phoenix mayor says city still has "a real challenge with testing" as cases spike
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego says the city is "setting records of the type you don't want to set."
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and daughter have tested positive for coronavirus
Iconic Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter, Aaradhya, tested positive for coronavirus following news that Aishwarya's husband and father-in-law were hospitalized with the virus.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and daughter have tested positive for coronavirus
Iconic Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter, Aaradhya, tested positive for coronavirus following news that Aishwarya's husband and father-in-law were hospitalized with the virus.
‘Glee’ star Heather Morris offers to help with Naya Rivera recovery mission
"Glee" actress Heather Morris pleaded with authorities to join the search for former co-star Naya Rivera on Sunday -- saying she feels "helpless" amid her disappearance.
Bash to DeVos: I'm not hearing a plan. Do you have one?
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos tells CNN's Dana Bash that it's up to local districts to determine how to return to school safely this fall.
Sally Pipes: Expand Medicaid? Democrats' plan would increase waste, fraud and debt
Last month, the House passed a bill that would supposedly "stabilize" ObamaCare by lavishing billions of dollars on Medicaid
Charles Barkley: Sports’ social-justice statements becoming a ‘circus’
Basketball Hall of Famer Charles Barkley asserted that sports leagues and players have turned racial injustice issues into a “circus,” placing more importance on who’s kneeling or what message is written on a player’s jersey rather than making real change. “What’s happening now is we’re turning into a circus,” Barkley said Friday in a guest...
'Violent' Minnesota tornado packed 170 mph winds, NWS says
A tornado that ripped across farmland in western Minnesota on Wednesday that killed one person and injured three others was one of the strongest to happen this year, according to forecasters.
Surgeon general "trying to correct" earlier guidance against masks
The Trump administration has done an about-face regarding the wearing of face coverings in public.
Democrats and Republicans criticize Trump for commuting Roger Stone's prison sentence
House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., became the latest lawmaker to criticize President Trump for commuting the prison sentence of his longtime political confidant Roger Stone on Friday.
Speaker Pelosi slams WH push to reopen schools
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi joins CNN's Dana Bash to react to comments from Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos on opening schools and the potential for another round of coronavirus relief for Americans.
KinderCare CEO says childcare industry needs at least $25 billion in stimulus funds
Tom Wyatt, CEO of one of the nation's largest childcare providers, says the child care industry has been left largely unprofitable as a result of the coronavirus.
First lady Melania Trump posts video of herself wearing mask during visit to women's center
First lady Melania Trump on Sunday posted a video of herself wearing a mask during a visit to The Mary Elizabeth House last week, the first time the public has seen footage of the first lady in a face covering in several weeks.
Transcript: Tom Wyatt on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with KinderCare CEO Tom Wyatt that aired Sunday, July 12, 2020, on "Face the Nation."
Coronavirus impacts 2020 race for Biden, Trump in key battleground states
CBS News Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto has more on the 2020 race with the latest Battleground Tracker poll.
Transcript: Surgeon General Jerome Adams on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with Surgeon General Jerome Adams that aired Sunday, July 12, 2020, on "Face the Nation."
Breaking news! Trump finally puts on a mask!
Wearing one should have been a no-brainer.
Gottlieb expects "extended plateau" of COVID cases in the South
The former FDA commissioner says "things are going to get worse before they get better."
Mitch Albom: Anti-Semitic posts — and tepid reactions — should enrage us
We must consider why DeSean Jackson's anti-Semitic comments drew less outrage than other types of hateful language.
Costco Wholesale Club continues senior hours indefinitely due to increase in COVID-19 cases
Costco hours for seniors 60 and older, shoppers with disabilities or immunocompromised will continue every weekday morning "until further notice."
AdventHealth CEO says COVID cases in Florida likely to peak later in July
Terry Shaw says his hospital system is well-equipped with PPE, staff and key medications, including remdesivir, to care for patients.
Report: ESPN Reporter Suspended for 'F*ck You' Response to Josh Hawley
ESPN has reportedly suspended one of their reporters for a profane response to an email from U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R, MO)
Fareed's Take: America needs smarter government
Fareed: The botched US response to Covid-19 reveals that decades of anti-government ideology have crippled America's state capacity.
Teacher dies after contracting Covid-19 in summer classroom
Three teachers who shared a summer classroom at a school in Arizona all contracted coronavirus last month, leaving one of them dead.
Transcript: Kate Gallego on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego that aired Sunday, July 12, 2020, on "Face the Nation."
Bitcoin scammers extracted $24 million in 2020 alone: report
The scammers use a variety of techniques, and will only get more advanced.
Darius Rucker and wife Beth Leonard split after 20 years of marriage
"We have made the decision to consciously uncoupled," Rucker announced Saturday on social media.
Man bites seagull after it tried to steal his McDonald's food: report
Don’t mess with people’s food.
Surgeon general says administration "trying to correct" earlier guidance against wearing masks
Surgeon General Jerome Adams urged Americans to wear face coverings to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
NBC's Todd: Trump Risking ‘Katrina Moment' by 'Insisting We’re Winning' on Coronavirus
Sunday on "Meet the Press," host Chuck Todd said President Donald Trump was risking a "Katrina moment" with his leadership amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Yankees mailbag: Did Derek Jeter get too much glory?
You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Yankees. Throughout his career, Derek Jeter was never the Yankees’ best player [but] gets treated as if he...
Frankie Edgar vs. Pedro Munhoz rebooked for UFC 252 on Aug. 15
Frankie Edgar's twice rebooked bantamweight debut against Pedro Munhoz will now take place on the main card of UFC 252 in Las Vegas.       Related StoriesSomeone bet on Jorge Masvidal to continue his run at UFC 251 – and lost $200KDana White says Paige VanZant 'should definitely test free agency' after UFC 251 lossCould title shot be next for Rose Namajunas after rematch win over Jessica Andrade?
Pennsylvania boy, 13, accused of killing little brother during 'cops and robbers'
Pennsylvania state police arrested a 13-year-old boy after they say he became angry with his 9-year-old brother during a game of cops and robbers and fatally shot him with a gun that belonged to their father, according to reports.
FNC's Wallace to Betsy DeVos on Threat to Cut Off School Funding: ‘You Can’t Do That’
Fox News host Chris Wallace challenged Trump administration Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on a threat to cut off funding for schools that don't return to in-school learning amid the coronavirus pandemic on this week's broadcast of "Fox News Sunday."
Poland Holds Election in Momentous, Tight Presidential Runoff
The result is expected to lead to starkly different paths for the future of Poland
Leave DACA alone, Trump told by business titans following SCOTUS ruling
A group of business leaders representing some of the largest companies in the country urged President Trump over the weekend to leave alone an Obama-era program that shields around 650,000 young immigrants from deportation.
Tech CEO enrolls in anti-racism school after restaurant tirade
In the video, the tech entrepreneur could be seen railing into the patrons, saying, “You f–king Asian piece of s–t.”
College football season in the spring? Here's a better idea for the future
If college football is canceled this fall, playing the season in spring of 2021 does not make sense. But changing the nature of spring football does.
These workers' jobs are most at risk around the world
Those unable to work remotely, unless deemed essential, face a significantly higher risk of reductions in hours or pay, temporary furloughs, or permanent layoffs.
Amanda Kloots opens up about being 'scared of my new normal' after Nick Cordero's memorial
"Truly, I am scared," Amanda Kloots wrote. "Scared of my new normal, of the pain, the loss and being strong enough to get through it."
Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Wears Mask Publicly for First Time
Louisiana’s governor orders bars to close. A flare-up in Pittsburgh offers a cautionary tale. And India records more than 28,000 new cases, with a top Bollywood star among those infected.
Report: UK Cops Ignored Modern Slavery in Textile Sweatshops, Feared Being Branded Racist
British police ignored sweatshops full of mostly South Asian heritage workers in the British fashion industry over fears that they would be called racist, according to reports, mirroring decades of a similar lack of action taken by police in confronting the scourge of mostly Muslim grooming gangs.
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Superintendent for one of US's largest public school systems has a message for DeVos: 'You can't put every kid back in a school'
The signage reminding students to stay 6 feet apart is already on the floors. The plexiglass is up in the front office. The desks are spaced in a socially-distanced way in the classrooms.
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Trump Foes Target Enemies List: 'Our Task Won’t Be Finished When Joe Biden Takes the Oath of Office'
Opponents of President Donald Trump are planning to target his supporters, both in politics and in the media, after the election, according to a glowing account of the "Never Trump" faction of Republicans that appeared in Saturday's Washington Post.
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Inside Fairfax County's plan to reopen schools
CNN's Dana Bash sits down with the school superintendent of Fairfax County, Virginia, to discuss the school system's plan for reopening during the Covid-19 pandemic -- a plan which has been criticized by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
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Federal officer in Portland struck with hammer during protests, several arrested
A federal officer in Portland, Ore., was struck in the head and shoulder with a hammer during protests outside a courthouse Friday night that resulted in several arrests, authorities said.
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Atlanta reverts to "Phase 1" as COVID hotspots surge in South
CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports on the latest developments on COVID-19 across the country.
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