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Trump's Defense Production Act dance
When the coronavirus pandemic began to grip the country in March, President Donald Trump announced he would invoke the Defense Production Act and touted himself as a "wartime President" ready to meet the moment.
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North Carolina man attacked by alligator while kayaking
Alligators inhabit creeks, rivers and swamps in the area.
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California hair salons struggling with second coronavirus closing
One shop owner said the second shutdown feels like a gut punch.
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Texas woman pleads not guilty to charges in Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen's death
The woman accused of helping to dispose of the remains of a slain Texas soldier who went missing for several weeks pleaded not guilty Tuesday to her alleged role in the crime. 
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Germany considers local coronavirus quarantines to avoid second wave
Germany is floating the idea of local quarantines to curb fresh outbreaks and avoid a second big wave of coronavirus cases.
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Susan Collins challenger Sara Gideon cruises to victory in Maine Democratic Senate primary
For months, Maine’s Democratic state House Speaker Sara Gideon has been running a general election-type Senate challenge against longtime GOP Sen. Susan Collins.
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Air Force veteran MJ Hegar wins the Texas Democratic Senate primary
MJ Hegar heads to an early polling site in July, in Austin, Texas. | Eric Gay/AP Hegar will face Sen. John Cornyn in November. Air Force veteran Mary Jennings “MJ” Hegar will officially face Sen. John Cornyn in November after winning out against state Sen. Royce West in Texas’s Democratic primary runoff on Tuesday. Hegar secured the endorsement not just from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee but also from major national groups including EMILY’s List, Everytown for Gun Safety, and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. She has long been the anointed candidate to take on Cornyn, and she was the top vote-getter in Texas’s Super Tuesday primary in March. On Tuesday, she again defeated West, a progressive fixture of Democratic politics in Texas. In the lead-up to the runoff, Hegar and her allies spent heavily to make sure they put the race away: 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. That kind of spending might well have been necessary. According to Mark Jones, a political science fellow at Rice University, West had been gaining traction in the race, though Tuesday’s result shows it didn’t happen quite fast enough to get him over the line. In particular, Jones said, the national movement following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis gave West a lift. “African American officeholders and political elites in the state,” he said, began to “really rally behind West in a way that they hadn’t in the original primary in March.” Hegar was always the favorite, however, and now she heads into the general election against Cornyn with about $1.6 million in the bank and a steep climb ahead of her. The Cook Political Report rates the Texas Senate race as “Likely R,” and Jones said he believes that’s “still pretty safe.” Texas is becoming less of a sure thing for Republicans: FiveThirtyEight’s polling average shows President Donald Trump in a dead-heat tie with Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the state, and one-time presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke came within a few points of unseating Republican Sen. Ted Cruz in 2018. But Cornyn looks to be somewhat more popular in the state than his colleague in the Senate, never mind the president, and he’s running anywhere from 8 to 13 points ahead of Hegar in recent polling, so she’ll have her work cut out for her. 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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Jeff Sessions loses Alabama Senate primary to Tommy Tuberville
Jeff Sessions was handily defeated by former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville in Tuesday night’s Alabama Senate primary. With nearly 70 percent of the results in, Tuberville led the former attorney general by a staggering 24 percentage points. Sessions had been seeking to regain the US Senate seat he held before resigning in 2017...
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Congressional Democrats target Confederate symbols at Capitol, US military bases
You’ve heard of defund the police. Now, defund the Confederates.
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What Denver Nuggets' Nikola Jokic makes of his positive COVID-19 test and weight loss
After a tumultuous journey just to get to the NBA bubble in Orlando, Nikola Jokic still isn't sure when he can participate in Nuggets practices.        
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Nike and Grateful Dead jam on new trio of psychedelic sneakers
The Nike SB Dunk Low Grateful Dead sneakers, available in three different colors, begin becoming available later this week.       
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See Sessions respond after losing Alabama GOP Senate runoff
Jeff Sessions speaks after losing an Alabama Senate GOP primary runoff to former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville.
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Property magnate Harry Macklowe skips rent at Mort Zuckerman’s GM Building
New York property magnate Harry Macklowe has been skipping out on rent in the posh GM Building — a move that’s being seen as a slap in the face to his landlord and fellow real estate mogul Mort Zuckerman. Macklowe, 83, stopped paying the more than $200,000-a-month bill for Macklowe Properties’ headquarters in the iconic...
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Defiant Portland mayor tells feds to 'stay inside' or 'leave' city, asks DHS to clean up graffiti
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler lashed out at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Twitter Tuesday.
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'AGT': Simon Cowell and his pup Squidly are impressed by singing dog in first virtual auditions
Coronavirus may have disrupted production, but the show must go on. "AGT" shifted to online auditions after filming was suspended over COVID-19.       
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Rabbi hurt in California synagogue shooting admits fraud
SAN DIEGO — The longtime leader of a Southern California synagogue who was wounded in a deadly attack at the house of worship he founded pleaded guilty Tuesday to participating in a multimillion-dollar fraud that disguised charitable contributions for personal gain. Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison for fraud...
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Iggy Azalea reveals her son's name in new Instagram post
Iggy Azalea has announced her newborn son’s name to the world.
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Teddi Mellencamp says she has 'a heavy heart' as she preps her 4-month-old daughter for neurosurgery
Teddi Mellencamp and her family have a unique challenge ahead of them.
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Lisa Rinna addresses criticism over throwback nude Playboy photo post
Lisa Rinna isn't interested in her online critics.
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Troubling video appears to show Oklahoma police zap man dozens of times before death
Wilson Police Department Officers Joshua Taylor and Brandon Dingman were charged with the second-degree murder of 28-year-old Jared Lakey.
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UFC on ESPN 13 breakdown: Bad style matchup in the main event, but for whom?
MMA Junkie fight analyst Dan Tom takes a closer look at the UFC Fight Island 1 headliner between Calvin Kattar and Dan Ige.       Related StoriesJimmie Rivera motivated by Petr Yan's title win at UFC 251: 'I think I gave him his toughest fight'UFC doesn't plan on changing 'Fight Island' judgesDana White prepared for UFC 'Fight Island' return if Las Vegas closes as COVID-19 cases surge 
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Decapitated, dismembered body found in Manhattan apartment: sources
The body of a decapitated, dismembered man was found inside a Lower East Side apartment on Tuesday afternoon — sorted in plastic bags right next to a power saw, sources told The Post.
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Robby Soave says Bari Weiss resignation shows 'progressive liberal bubble' has 'consumed' NY Times
Reason Magazine senior editor Robby Soave told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Tuesday that opinion columnist Bari Weiss' resignation from the New York Times proves that people who want to "broaden the perspective" of the paper's readers "are being routed out or ... just can't work there."
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Dashboard camera captures the moment an officer saves the life of a 3-week-old baby
An officer is being hailed a hero after he quickly saved a 3-week-old baby who was struggling to breath.
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Tommy Tuberville looking to make successful transition from sports to politics
If Tommy Tuberville wins Alabama's U.S. Senate seat in November he'll join a list of former sports figures to make a successful jump to politics.      
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HHS confirms coronavirus hospital data will now be sent to DC instead of CDC
Hospital data on coronavirus patients will now be rerouted to the Trump administration instead of first being sent to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Department of Health and Human Services confirmed to CNN on Tuesday.
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Matt Damon closes entire Brooklyn Heights block to move into new penthouse
"We call the building the Standoffish because it is a little bit of Hollywood dumped in the middle of the more low-key Brooklyn Heights."
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Kansas Congressman Steve Watkins charged with voter fraud
US Rep. Steve Watkins, of Kansas, was charged Tuesday night with illegal voting for allegedly listing a UPS store as his residence in advance of a local election, officials said. Watkins is accused by Shawnee County District Attorney Mike Kagay of entering the false postal box address of the Topeka store on a voter registration...
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California bars LAPD info in gang database amid alleged falsified records scandal
California’s top law enforcement officer has pulled access to data entered by the Los Angeles Police Department into the state’s gang database amid a criminal investigation into more than a dozen of its officers for possibly falsifying records. In a Tuesday announcement, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said he revoked access to records in CalGang...
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Trump rescinds rule on foreign college students
International students at U.S. universities expressed relief after the Trump administration rescinded a rule that would have required them to transfer or leave the country if their schools held classes entirely online because of COVID-19. (July 14)       
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Charles Barkley says racial injustice issues turning into 'circus'
Basketball Hall of Famer and NBA analyst Charles Barkley said athletes have turned racial injustice issues into a “circus” and he believes fans could become less interested.
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Maroon 5 bassist Mickey Madden steps away from band after arrest
"I do not want to be a distraction to my bandmates. I wish them the absolute best."
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Coronavirus vaccine trial: First tested in US yielded antibodies in patients, researchers say
The first coronavirus vaccine to be tested in the U.S. boosted the immune systems of the study's participants and is being hailed a major step in the right direction towards eradicating COVID-19. 
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Jeff Sessions Loses Alabama Senate Bid After Trump Campaigned Against His Former Attorney General
Sessions, 73, was wounded by Trump’s criticisms after he recused himself in the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign
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Sara Gideon Wins Nomination to Challenge Susan Collins in Maine
Ms. Gideon, backed by the Senate Democratic campaign arm and outside political groups, had long been the favorite to challenge Senator Collins, the sole remaining New England Republican in Congress.
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Confrontations over face masks and the psychology behind why some people resist them
Several videos on social media show customers refusing to wear a face mask, often leading to violent confrontations.        
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Tommy Tuberville defeats Jeff Sessions in Alabama GOP Senate runoff election
Tommy Tuberville and President Trump were the winners in Tuesday’s Republican Senate primary runoff in Alabama.
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Kansas Republican charged with three felonies in voter fraud investigation
The Topeka Capital-Journal reported in December that Rep. Steve Watkins listed the location of a UPS store as his residential address on several government forms.
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Texas bar hosts dance rally in defiance of Gov. Abbott's coronavirus order to re-close
A Pasadena bar hosted a "Texas Bars Fight Back Rally" this weekend in open defiance of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott as coronavirus cases surge in the state.
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Ghislaine Maxwell prosecutors will claim 'there is no Jeffrey Epstein' without her, Miami Herald editor says
Miami Herald senior editor for investigations and enterprise Casey Frank told "The Story" Tuesday that Ghislaine Maxwell's bail hearing may serve as a preview of her trial on charges that she recruited and trafficked minors for convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
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UK reverses decision to give Huawei role in 5G development
Britain announced Tuesday their decision to prohibit the Chinese telecommunication company Huawei, from playing a role in the U.K.’s access to the highspeed, 5G cellular network.  
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Tommy Tuberville defeats Jeff Sessions in Alabama Republican Senate runoff
The first-time political candidate and former Auburn football coach will face U.S. Sen. Doug Jones in the fall.       
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Could Canelo Alvarez's next fight be in Southern California? Oscar De La Hoya says it's 'very possible'
In any other year, the idea that the biggest name in boxing, Canelo Alvarez, would fight at a small venue with few seats would be unthinkable.       
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VIPs flock to Jill Rappaport’s Hamptons ranch for Ron Howard doc
Introducing the film via video, Howard said: "There's tremendous value in having a real connection with your community."
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Sessions Pays the Price for Incurring Trump’s Wrath, Losing Alabama Senate Race
In Maine, Sara Gideon was facing limited competition for the Democratic primary and the chance to face Susan Collins in a race that has become the priciest Senate campaign in the state’s history.
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Kansas Congressman Steve Watkins charged with voter fraud
Watkins, who represents Kansas' 2nd district, now faces three felony charges and a misdemeanor.
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Jacob deGrom exits Mets scrimmage early with back issue
Jacob deGrom left Tuesday’s intrasquad game after just one inning with back tightness, the team announced. DeGrom is slated to start the opener on July 24 against Atlanta at Citi Field and had looked sharp both in March in Port St. Lucie and in spring training 2.0 in Queens. He was expected to build up...
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