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Coronavirus in Italia, il bollettino dell’8 giugno: 235.278 casi positivi e 33.964 morti

Coronavirus in Italia, il bollettino dell’8 giugno: 235.278 casi positivi e 33.964 morti

Il bollettino con i dati della Protezione civile sul coronavirus in Italia, aggiornati all’8 giugno


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Brooklyn straphanger attacks woman who intervened during attempted theft
An irate Brooklyn straphanger attacked a woman who intervened while he attempted to steal another passenger’s backpack this week, cops said. The 53-year-old victim was riding a southbound D train from Columbus Circle around 5:30 a.m. Sunday when she spotted a man trying to snatch a sleeping person’s bookbag, according to police. The woman then...
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Saquon Barkley spotted on crutches after devastating Giants injury
Giants star Saquon Barkley was spotted Wednesday for the first time since suffering a season-ending torn ACL on Sunday in Chicago, using crutches while wearing a brace on his injured right knee. Barkley was leaving the Giants’ training facility in East Rutherford as the team practiced ahead of their Week 3 game against the 49ers...
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Why 'Enola Holmes' was the perfect fit for Millie Bobby Brown to make her producing debut
Millie Bobby Brown, Paige Brown and Harry Bradbeer talk about Netflix's "Enola Holmes."
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Only one person has been fined in the MTA’s mask crackdown
An unnamed man had previously refused to mask-up while loitering outside an LIRR ticket window in Penn Station, an agency spokesman said.
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Coffee may help colon cancer patients’ longevity, study finds
In addition to possibly helping to protect the liver, coffee could also aid in colon cancer patients’ longevity, according to a new study. In a study of 1,171 patients with advanced or metastatic colorectal cancer, researchers found that increased coffee intake “was associated with [a] lower risk of disease progression and death,” according to the...
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'How to Be Antiracist' Author Decries Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Verdict
"How To Be an Antiracist" author Ibram X. Kendi responds angrily to indictments against former police officer involved in Breonna Taylor;s shooting
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White House ordered to make live sign language interpretation during coronavirus briefing available to TV networks
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered the White House to include a sign-language interpreter in its video feed of coronavirus briefings beginning October 1.
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Twitter stands by as Chinese media threatens Taiwan leader, critics say
Twitter appears to have allowed a state-affiliated media outlet to make violent threats against Taiwan and its leader, and critics say the tech platform’s inaction on the matter is part of a wider pattern of double standards with its policies.   
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Cash is king: The best cash back credit cards for 2020
Make sure you're using a credit card that earns bonus cash back in all the places you shop the most.
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California to ban sale of new gas-powered passenger vehicles in 2035
California plans to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered passenger cars and trucks starting in 2035 in a dramatic move to shift to electric vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Governor Gavin Newsom said Wednesday. Newsom told a press conference the state was committing to a “firm goal” to phase out the sale of new...
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These restaurants have closed for good during the COVID19 pandemic
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'Inclusion' shirts deemed controversial
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84-year-old veteran finally gets diploma
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Body found burning in ditch, 4 charged
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College campuses see spike in young adult cases
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Kamala Harris criticized for lack of press availability: ‘What are they afraid of?’
It’s been well over a month since 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden selected Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate and critics on both sides of the aisle are starting to wonder why she hasn’t been more accessible to the media.  
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Are military efforts to clean up toxic ‘forever chemicals’ cutting it?
In April a barbecue near the Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, led to the release of 60,000 gallons of the potentially toxic aqueous film-forming foam, known as AFFF. The firefighting foam contains the per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, also known as PFAS, which often leak into the ground ― and once consumed by humans never...
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'Pokémon Go' Flying Cup: Best Pokémon, Start Time and What You Need to Know
Evolve Pidgeotto into Pidgeot during the event to get an exclusive move.
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Larry King’s estranged wife seeks $33K per month in spousal support
Shawn Southwick is claiming she put her career on hold to raise the couple's sons.
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‘RBG’ Streaming Free on Hulu’s YouTube Channel Tomorrow
The 2018 doc will be available to watch for 24 hours, no subscription necessary.
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Joe Biden Says DOJ Has Become Trump's 'Private Law Firm'
"It's the most dangerous thing that has happened so far, the politicization of the Department of Justice. It's become the Department of Trump, and that's wrong," Biden said on the campaign trail.
newsweek.com
Burger King selling Snack Box feast for just $2: 'We miss you'
Burger King customers can get the Snack Box for $2 by redeeming the coupon on the chain's app.
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CNN Poll: Most say winner of November presidential election should choose the next Supreme Court justice
Nearly six in 10 Americans say that the president elected in November should be the one to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.
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Poll dancing: Ad uses strippers to get out the vote
They’re going from the pole to the polls. A new ad featuring exotic dancers is encouraging voters to “get your booty to the poll” ahead of the 2020 election. The colorful ad starts out with strippers in lingerie gyrating on a pole in front of bunting and then cuts to a dancer saying “Did we...
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Judge rules that groups have no legal standing to fight Adams Morgan project
Ruling a “setback” for opponents of SunTrust plaza development in trendy D.C. neighborhood.
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SE Cupp: Attacking Amy Coney Barrett's Catholicism may backfire
In this week's edition of "Unfiltered from Home," host SE Cupp examines how some Democrats' attempt to "otherize" Amy Coney Barrett's Catholicism could backfire if she is chosen to replace Ruth Bader Ginsberg as a Supreme Court Justice.
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Denver doctor sentenced to 23 years in prison for secretly recording naked, underage patients
In addition to prison time, Dr. Justin Neisler will face 10 years of supervised release for the production of child pornography and has been ordered to pay $10,100 in court fees and toward funds set up to assist victims of child exploitation crimes. Neisler's Colorado medical license has also been suspended and will be forfeited following his sentencing hearing.
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Dolly Parton says her tattoos are tasteful
Dolly Parton has been subject to rumors that she has sleeve tattoos because she typically covers her arms with clothing.
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Yosemite to reopen Friday while fires and smoke trouble other public lands
Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks remain shut.
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Donald Trump Links Democrats to Socialist, Communist Regimes In Address Honoring Bay of Pigs Veterans
"Today we proclaim that America will never be a socialist or communist country," Trump said during an event at the White House.
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Local pantry helps put food back in refrigerators after Hurricane Sally
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Sheriff to appear on local public access TV show
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Fighting over fan numbers at sporting events
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Film production resumes in North Carolina
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Best Buddies of Tennessee adapting to pandemic
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UConn keeping tabs on COVID through wastewater
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Teachers demand input on return-to-school plans
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Trio arrested after police find drugs in car
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We Will Likely Not Know Who Wins On Election Night. We Should Be Prepared and Accept That.
For generations, Americans across the country have known the Election Day routine by heart. Wake up, head to work, make sure to vote during the day, watch the returns at night, and know the results by bedtime. Not this year. Like so many routines, the coronavirus pandemic has turned this time-honored tradition upside down. This…
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Cruise lines should ban passengers from freely roaming port cities, cruise panel proposes
Don’t expect to cruise and roam anytime soon.
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Dad hurt in Bronx dealership shooting was car shopping for kids’ mother
Anthony Jefferson, 39, visited the used-car business on Boston Road in Eastchester around 7:30 p.m. Monday to look for a car to surprise Danica Jefferson on her upcoming birthday.
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Maryland legislative panel orders subpoena for former Hogan chief of staff
Roy McGrath has been under public scrutiny about payments made to him at his previous job leading a quasi-state agency.
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Karen and Miles Should 'Take Sex Off the Table,' Dr. Viviana Advises in 'MAFS' Season 11 Sneak Peek
"The prospect of sex seems to be a roadblock for Karen and Miles. So for them it's important to establish other forms of affection and physical intimacy on a regular basis," Dr. Viviana Coles says in the "Married at First Sight" Season 11, episode 11 sneak peek.
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Eric Trump must testify before election in AG probe, judge rules
Eric Trump can’t use the presidential election to postpone testifying in the New York Attorney General’s probe into the financial dealings of the Trump Organization, a judge ruled Wednesday. “Neither petitioner [NY AG] nor this court is bound by timelines of the national election,” Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron said after oral arguments held...
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Orange cranberry French toast bake
This orange cranberry French toast bake uses the fall flavors in an unexpected way.       
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The problem is Congress
Let's take it back to Teddy Roosevelt's time in office.
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