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Cape Cod volunteers rescue 45 dolphins stranded on beach
A group of volunteers over the weekend worked to save 45 dolphins stranded on a beach in Cape Cod, Mass., known locally as The Gut. Roughly 50 volunteers with the International Fund for Animal Welfare responded around 7 am Sunday to a stretch of beach in Wellfleet after harbor officials found the struggling marine mammals,...
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Meghan Markle pulled out of Pippa Middleton’s wedding over butt scrutiny: bio
She was truly bummed.
'Boomerang earthquakes' may mean one earthquake can strike twice
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Sports Illustrated owner gears up for deal with sports betting company
The owner of Sports Illustrated is gearing up to complete a deal with a sports-betting company before year end, Media Ink has learned. “It will be a game changer,” ­Authentic Brands Group chairman Jamie Salter predicted in a recent interview. Salter declined to identify the potential gaming partner, but a second source familiar with the...
Dozens of radio stations nationwide to broadcast Breonna Taylor memorial
Dozens of radio stations around the country are calling attention to the Breonna Taylor case by having a memorial broadcast on Thursday.
North Carolina grandmother celebrates 100th birthday with drive-thru party
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Meghan Markle pulled out of Pippa Middleton’s wedding 'at the last minute' for this reason, book claims
The claim is being made in the bombshell book “Finding Freedom,” written by royal reporters Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand.
HHS Secretary Azar visits mask factory in Taiwan
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar visited a mask factory in Taipei on Wednesday, to further congratulate the country on its work in global assistance while fighting the new coronavirus. (Aug. 12)
College football updates: Focus shifts to SEC, ACC and Big 12 after Big Ten, Pac-12 moves
After the Big Ten and Pac-12 announced they would not be playing college football this fall, the focus shifts to the SEC, ACC and the Big 12.
Liz Cheney calls Kamala Harris a 'radical,' says her voting record is to the left of Bernie Sanders
Sen. Kamala Harris being picked as presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s running mate was “surprising,” said Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wy., on Wednesday.
Brazil’s Bolsonaro calls surging Amazon fires a ‘lie’
BRASILIA – Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday angrily denied the existence of fires in the Amazon rainforest, calling it a “lie,” despite data produced by his own government showing that thousands of fires are surging across the region. Bolsonaro last year similarly denied a spike in fires that provoked a global outcry, with the...
How An Artist, A Toy Maker, A College Student Use Their Skills To Fight The Pandemic
We asked NPR readers to tell us about people who are coming up with creative ways to to address COVID-19 challenges in their community. Here are six of their stories.
Wisconsin police officer stands by claims that he was shot at by protesters outside girlfriend's home
A Black Wisconsin police officer said on Wednesday that he “100 percent” believes that he “was shot at” after a group of protestors gathered outside his girlfriend’s house, where he was over the weekend, while a Democratic state representative, who was reportedly at the protest, challenges that claim.
Damian Lillard: ‘Put some respect on my f—king name’
Damian Lillard wants some respect. The Portland Trail Blazers star avenged Saturday’s 122-117 loss to the Clippers, in which he missed two late free throws, with 51 points in a win over the Philadelphia 76ers the following night and then a clutch 61-point performance in Tuesday’s victory over the Dallas Mavericks that put Portland in...
Eagles coach Doug Pederson returns to team after missing 10 days with COVID-19
Eagles coach Doug Pederson had said that he was asymptomatic for the coronavirus when he was sent home to quarantine last week.
The Republican Party just took another step toward a dangerous conspiracy theory
On Wednesday morning, the President of the United States tweeted congratulations to a Republican candidate who won a congressional runoff in Georgia on Tuesday.
Southwest Airlines CEO: We still don't have enough testing
Southwest Airlines Chairman and CEO Gary Kelly talks with CNN's Poppy Harlow about the need for more testing to combat Covid-19.
What Time Will ‘Selena + Chef’ Be on HBO Max?
You never have to feel intimidated by your kitchen again.
Historic Arecibo Observatory shut down after broken cable damages reflector
The famous observatory in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, featured in the James Bond movie "GoldenEye," has been forced to temporarily close after a broken cable smashed through the side of its massive dish.
Whales surprise Australian surfers in striking drone footage
Whale, hello there.
Jessica Baggen death: DNA solves 1996 case of teen raped, murdered after birthday party
DNA evidence has solved a 24-year-old cold case of an Alaska teen who was raped and murdered after celebrating her 17th birthday, authorities said. Steve Branch, a 66-year-old man from Austin, Arkansas, fatally shot himself on Aug. 3 after Alaska State Troopers interviewed him at his home in the sexual assault and murder of Jessica...
Bryan Cranston opens up about coronavirus recovery, hanging out with Tom Hanks after symptoms subsided
Bryan Cranston opened up about his and his wife’s coronavirus symptoms and recovery in a recent interview.
Flash flood watch in effect for lower Hudson valley, northeast NJ
A flash flood watch is in effect for the lower Hudson valley and a swath of northeast New Jersey Wednesday — just over a week after Tropical Storm Isaias ripped through the region. “Torrential downpours possible,” the National Weather Service tweeted Wednesday morning. In New York State, Rockland County as well as northern and southern...
Susie Zhao murder: Poker pro sexually assaulted, 'lit on fire,' investigators allege
Professional poker player Susie Zhao was bound with zip ties, sexually assaulted and “lit on fire” after meeting a convicted sex offender at a motel the night before her badly burned body was found in Michigan, court documents show.
Brooklyn neighborhood Sunset Park sees ‘uptick’ in COVID-19 cases
Sunset Park in Brooklyn is seeing an “uptick” in coronavirus cases — with 228 people testing positive for COVID-19 in the past two weeks, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday. The mayor said the pocket of positive cases was found through “hyperlocal testing” by the city’s Test and Trace Corps. “It’s over a very limited...
Wyndham Championship: Who has the most wins?
The Wyndham Championship isn’t the most prestigious event on the PGA Tour but is one of the oldest.
Stanley Cup Playoffs: New York Islanders, Washington Capitals face off in Round 1
If anyone knows how hot the Stanley Cup Playoff first round series between the New York Islanders and Washington Capitals will be, it’s head coach Barry Trotz.
Trump adds coronavirus adviser who echoes his unscientific claims
Moments before President Donald Trump entered the room for his recently reinstated daily coronavirus briefing Monday, three aides preceded him: Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, budget chief Russell Vought and a new face.
Chicago store may shutter for good after looters wrecked it for second time
A devastated Chicago store owner said he may have to close for good — after looters trashed his business for the second time in months. Walid Mouhammad told WLS how his convenience store was targeted again just 40 days after a $300,000 restoration because it was trashed at the end of May by thugs claiming...
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Hard Knocks: Los Angeles’ On HBO, Documenting How The Rams And Chargers Are Training In The Year Of COVID
The first episode of HBO's venerable docuseries shows just how much different the Rams and Chargers training camps are because of COVID protocols... and how hard it is to follow them.
Artists & Writers charity softball game canceled due to COVID-19
The annual Artists & Writers charity softball game that would have been held at historic Herrick Park in East Hampton on Saturday has been canceled due to the coronavirus. In its place will be a virtual fundraising contest kicked off between the Writers — coached by the New Yorker’s Ken Auletta and author Mike Lupica...
FDA, Red Cross urge coronavirus survivors to donate plasma as demand increases
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the American Red Cross are pleading for Americans who have recovered from the novel coronavirus to donate plasma amid an ongoing shortage.
Stephen Colbert, James Corden and Jimmy Fallon head back to studios with caution
Late night is cautiously leaving the house and getting back to work in what is the new normal.
Why stores need to pay more attention to the air we breathe
During the coronavirus pandemic, supermarkets and retail stores have added a variety of safety features. Workers have been required to mask up and, more recently, most customers too. But most have yet to tackle what could be another important safety measure — changes to the systems that keep the stores hot and cold, and that can potentially recirculate air carrying the virus can potentially recirculate air carrying the virus that employees and customers alike breathe.
Americans' confidence in police falls to historic low, Gallup poll shows
White Americans have historically been more confident in the police than Black American, but the 37-percentage-point gap is the largest its ever been.
Sea life dying as massive oil spill threatens rare species
The massive oil spill is threatening endangered species that have been re-introduced to the area over the past decades.
‘Diana’ musical will premiere on Netflix ahead of Broadway debut
“Diana,” a musical based on the life of the Princess of Wales, will premiere on Netflix next year.
DA in Rayshard Brooks case ousted in runoff after 23 years in office
Paul Howard, who handled the Ray Lewis murder case, Atlanta school cheating scandal and the police killing of Rayshard Brooks during his lengthy tenure, has been ousted as Fulton County's top prosecutor.
Dana White: 'No debate' that Stipe Miocic-Daniel Cormier trilogy winner is heavyweight GOAT
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Over 900 health care workers have died from coronavirus. A new database tells their stories
Their lives are being compiled in a new interactive database from Kaiser Health News and the Guardian US. Among them are physicians, nurses, clinical support staff and cleaners at health care facilities who died after working on the "frontlines" of the pandemic.
Amid coronavirus, avoid nonessential dental care, WHO says
World Health Organization officials on Tuesday said routine, non-essential dental care should be delayed until there is a significant reduction in COVID-19 transmission rates.
Rare megamouth shark sitting on ice block at the Smithsonian
It's a one-in-a-mega-million find.
Best PGA Tour bets for the Wyndham Championship
PGA Championship winner Collin Morikawa, like many of the top players, will return next week for the opening event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs at The Northern Trust. However, there are several top 30 players in Greensboro, N.C., this week for Wyndham Championship. Webb Simpson won his first PGA Tour event here in 2011 and...
Could asymptomatic COVID-19 carriers hold key to ending the pandemic?
Dr. Neeta Ogden joins CBSN to discuss what researchers hope to learn about the coronavirus from people who got infected by never developed symptoms. Plus, new studies suggest that vaping may increase the risk and that neck gaiters don't offer as much protection as other face masks.
Facebook cracks down on 'fake news' sites, including far-left operation funded by dark money
Facebook unveiled a new policy “differentiating a straight news outlet from a political persuasion operation” on Tuesday that will help prevent far-left Courier Newsroom from driving liberal messaging and provide transparency about who funds the operation.
Pompeo raises concerns on Belarus election
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday denounced the postelection violence and repression in Belarus. (Aug. 12)
Dutch police uncover Netherland’s largest-ever cocaine lab in former riding school, arrest 17 suspects
Dutch police have uncovered what they described as the biggest cocaine laboratory ever discovered in the Netherlands, leading to the arrest of 17 suspects from Colombia, Turkey and the Netherlands.