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Ronald McDonald House in Chicago vandalized by looters
A Ronald McDonald House in Chicago, where families of hospitalized children stay, was targeted by looters overnight Sunday, according to reports.
The general election bursts into life in dueling American dreams
America's choice in November has never been more clear.
‘Rage,’ Bob Woodward’s new book, features letters between Trump and Kim Jong Un
Veteran Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward’s new book about President Donald Trump is titled “Rage” and will be released Sept. 15, less than two months before Election Day, according to a listing on Publisher Simon & Schuster says the forthcoming book follows “Trump’s moves as he faces a global pandemic, economic disaster and racial...
Teen arrested for robbing son of NYPD counterterrorism head John Miller
A 17-year-old boy was arrested Wednesday and charged with robbing the 13-year-old son of NYPD Deputy Commissioner John Miller two days earlier near Central Park, sources said. The suspected thief was also charged with criminal possession of stolen property stemming from the robbery outside a building on Central Park West near West 91st Street at...
DeVos accuses teachers unions of concern with 'alternative agendas' like 'defunding police' over students
Teachers unions have shown themselves as being more concerned with political agendas and posturing than they are about offering students a fulfilling learning experience, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos told "The Ingraham Angle" Wednesday.
Dodgers' offense and bullpen comes through to beat Padres and snap losing streak
The Dodgers break their two-game losing streak with a 6-0 win over the San Diego Padres on Wednesday at Dodger Stadium.
Kamala Harris just showed why Biden chose her as his running mate
When Kamala Harris appeared with Joe Biden on Wednesday as his running mate for the first time, she showed why he had chosen her.
Editor's Note: Eastman's Newsweek Column Has Nothing to Do With Racist Birtherism
Some readers saw the essay's constitutional analysis as an attempt to ignite a racist conspiracy theory around Kamala Harris. That could not be further from the truth.
Lake fire: Evacuation zones, road closures, shelters
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"We have to tell the truth about even those we vote for," Dr. Cornel West said Wednesday. "That's why I don't endorse them, I vote for them."
Video Shows Hero Cop Saving Man in Wheelchair Stuck on Train Tracks
"A northbound train was traveling pretty fast, and she rushed over to get him unstuck... She only had a few seconds."
Birds and reptiles cry similar tears to humans, says new research
Birds and reptiles may not resemble humans in many ways, but they cry similar tears.
Birds and reptiles cry similar tears to humans, says new research
Birds and reptiles may not resemble humans in many ways, but they cry similar tears. That's important because understanding the makeup of various species' tears could give insight into better eye treatments and animal habitat conservation.
Judge Andrew Napolitano: Constitution bars Trump from spending without OK of Congress — courts should stop it
Under the separation of powers, Congress writes the laws, the president enforces them, and the judiciary decides what the laws mean and if they are constitutional. Since federal monies can only be spent by legislation, and since only Congress writes federal laws, only it can enact legislation that spends federal monies.
This is how the Mets offense was always supposed to look
Three weeks into the season, the most stunning statistic so far is this: Across Major League Baseball, the combined batting average of all 30 teams entering Wednesday’s games was .235. If that sounds bad, it should: 52 years ago, in 1968, the 20 big-league clubs hit a combined .237. You may recall: 1968 has been...
Southern Calif. fire threatens hundreds of homes
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Genome sequence from fresh New Zealand cluster "closely resembles" patterns from UK and Australia
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NFL coronavirus positive test rate under 1 percent
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Schweizer claims Harris 'deep-sixed' release of documents ID'ing clergy accused of sex abuse as city DA
Presumptive Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris' handling of cases involving alleged child sex abuse by Catholic priests while she was San Francisco District Attorney should receive more scrutiny, investigative journalist and author Peter Schweizer told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Wednesday.
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6 national restaurant chains in deepest trouble amid COVID-19 include Outback Steakhouse, IHOP and Denny's
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Inside an NYC grocery store during COVID-19 — and the city’s new reality
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The great rebuild
Deanna Sison at the takeout window of her Little Skillet restaurant in San Francisco in April. | Hearst Newspapers via Getty Imag The coronavirus has laid bare the flaws in our economy. Can we remake it to be more inclusive of all Americans? The Covid-19 pandemic is a tragedy, a massive policy failure, and an existential threat to the livelihood and health of millions of Americans — with the pain disproportionality falling on Black Americans. A problem this big demands a bold solution. With more than 5 million cases worldwide, 165,000 Americans dead, more than 16 million US jobs eliminated, and schools and businesses shuttered, half measures won’t cut it. It didn’t have to be this way. However, there is still much we can do to recover — and not just recover, but rebuild. Tapping the voices of prominent American thinkers, economists, and policymakers, The Great Rebuild imagines how we could marshal the power of the federal government and the potential of its citizens to fight back against the catastrophic effects of Covid-19, and in the process create a system steeped in fairness, inclusion, and sustainability. The Great Rebuild is made possible thanks to support from Omidyar Network, a social impact venturethat works to reimagine critical systems and the ideas that govern them, and to build more inclusive and equitable societies. All Great Rebuild content is editorially independent and produced by our journalists. Marcus Russell Price for Vox The failed dream of the American small business Small businesses were once pillars of communities, but economic and systemic forces left many fighting for survival. Then came the pandemic. By Laura Entis
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August 12 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
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Texas fishermen win tournament with 737-pound marlin
A team of fishermen made history in Port Aransas, a coastal city in Texas, where they caught a 737-pound blue marlin.
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AOC posts poem after told she’ll get 1 minute to speak at Dem convention
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'Latinx' is mostly unknown term — even among US Latinos: Only 1 in 4 have heard of it, Pew study finds.
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College football in the spring presents its own set of coronavirus and scheduling problems
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Inventor of the Pixel and First Person to Scan a Digital Photo Dies at 91
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Clippers secure No. 2 seed in the West with win over Nuggets
The Clippers clinched the second-best record in the Western Conference with a 124-111 against the Denver Nuggets.
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Pro-life journalist David Daleiden rips Kamala Harris' 'radical disrespect and contempt' for First Amendment
Center for Medical Progress founder David Daleiden blasted Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Wednesday for what he described as her "radical disrespect and contempt" for the First Amendment.
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New York City Violence: Teen in critical condition after being set on fire
A teenager was left in critical condition after he was set on fire inside a Bronx apartment building during a dispute with another man on Wednesday afternoon, cops said.
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Hatch Act does not prohibit Trump from delivering RNC acceptance speech on White House grounds, agency says
House Oversite Committee Ranking member James Comer, R-Ky., announced Wednesday night that should President Trump choose the give his Republican National Convention speech from the White House lawn, he can.
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Journalists mourn the loss of newsrooms as publishers give up office space to save money
Tribune Publishing has decided to save money by giving up its newsroom space in New York, Allentown, Annapolis, and Orlando. Other publishers have done the same, or are thinking about it.
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Couple married for 62 years dies of COVID-19 on same day, two days after son
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Chainsaw-wielding men covered in blood terrorize Toronto beachgoers
It wasn’t a Toronto Chain Saw Massacre — but two blood-covered, chainsaw-wielding men terrorized beachgoers in Toronto over the weekend, according to videos and local reports. The slasher-film-seeming footage, which was posted on Facebook, shows the duo, blood dripping down their shirtless torsos, pointing power tools toward a crowd at Cherry Beach on Sunday morning....
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Marine recruiter drowns in Georgia river after fitness exercise
A Marine recruiter drowned during a fitness exercise in Georgia late last month, according to a report.
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In BET's 'No Limit Chronicles,' a Black-owned record label finally gets its due
The five-part BET docuseries "No Limit Chronicles" looks back on Master P's Southern rap empire.
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San Francisco reporter gives update on 'disaster' of city's 'hotels for homeless' program after meth lab found
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CBS Evening News, August 12, 2020
New Jersey schools allowed to offer virtual learning; Historic Philadelphia music program teaches young students virtually
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Bradley Cooper stealthily quarantined in Connecticut this summer
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Poll: Ed Markey Takes Double-Digit Lead in Primary Race Against Joe Kennedy
A poll released Wednesday revealed Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) leading his challenger, Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-MA), by double digits in the Massachusetts Democrat primary race taking place in just over two weeks.
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Hannity claims Biden picked Harris as running mate because she's 'a favorite of the radical far-left'
Former Vice President Joe Biden and his newly minted running mate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif. used to be bitter rivals, but "it's amazing how things change in election years," Sean Hannity observed Wednesday.
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Clint Frazier puts on a show as Yankees top Braves
With Aaron Judge sidelined by lower-body tightness, Aaron Boone turned to Clint Frazier in right field Wednesday night against the Braves. In his first game of a bizarre season, Frazier did his best Judge impersonation in front of Hal Steinbrenner, who watched from his box with general manager Brian Cashman, and helped carry the Yankees...
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NBA will allow players to have families and 'longtime close personal friends' visit bubble
The NBA will allow players to invite some guests to the league campus in Orlando between the first and second rounds of the restart playoffs.
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Seattle Mayor Asks Court to Stop Recall Effort After Top Cop Resigns
Petitioners alleged that Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan "endangered the peace and safety of the community" by allowing police to use tear gas against protesters in June.
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Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg pulls in $125 million for Beverly Hills mansion
DreamWorks co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg has wrapped up the third-priciest home sale in California history, unloading his Beverly Hills compound in an off-market deal for $125 million.
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Christopher Plummer’s old Darien estate hits market for $11M
It's "the perfect escape for a New York family seeking refuge during the pandemic," said Compass broker Yashmin Lloyds.
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