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366 pages of notes from Mueller investigation witness interviews released

CNN has received another 366 pages of notes from major witness interviews during former special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
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Medics are down to their last defense with coronavirus swamping their town
Coronavirus has infected nearly every patient in the hospital in El Centro, California, and more keep coming. Workers are exhausted, but the virus is not.
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Tropical Storm Fay forms off North Carolina coast, likely to make landfall Friday
The sixth named tropical storm in the already busy hurricane season will bring heavy rain and flooding to the mid-Atlantic coast and the Northeast.       
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Henrik Lundqvist is back working out with the Rangers
Henrik Lundqvist took the ice for the first time in New York on Wednesday after traveling back from Europe. The Rangers goaltender posted a photo to Instagram of himself in net during the team’s Phase 2 voluntary small-group workouts, writing, “Feels good to be back on the ice at the training center again.” “A lot...
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House chairman asks CDC boss to testify on reopening schools amid coronavirus
Education and Labor Committee Chairman Bobby Scott, D-Va., wants the CDC director to testify on school safety in response President Trump’s push to reopen classrooms.
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Texas passes 100 coronavirus deaths in a single day
The milestone marks the second consecutive day the state broke its record for single-day COVID-19 deaths.
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Hall of Famer Randy Moss: Patrick Mahomes could 'possibly' be the greatest quarterback of all time
Hall of Famer Randy Moss was one of the greatest wide receivers of all-time.
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Bolivian President Tests Positive For Coronavirus
The announcement from the country's interim president, Jeanine Áñez, comes just days after Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced that he had contracted COVID-19.
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'Being iced out': Trina McGee opens up about racism she experienced on 'Boy Meets World'
Trina McGee, best known as Angela Moore on "Boy Meets World," said she couldn't "shake the hurt of some words and situations that were said" on set.        
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College Football Playoff committee will 'Choose the best four teams based on protocol'
The College Football Playoff committee will use the same protocol in its rankings even if Bowl Subdivision leagues play only conference opponents.        
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Inside California hospital overwhelmed by Covid-19 cases
CNN's Kyung Lah goes inside a hospital near the US-Mexico border overwhelmed with coronavirus cases as the state records it's deadliest day since the start of the pandemic.
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Flavor Flav posts throwback pic with … Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin
"I’m always happy to talk to anyone about the importance of knowing when your time is up."
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In CA: Search continues for 'Glee' star's body; education lawsuits pile up
Actress Naya Rivera is presumed dead after going missing during a boat trip in Ventura County. The state and the University of California file lawsuits against the Trump administration. And a tired California mother envisioned a faster, healthier way to feed her girl. Think Keurig, for babies.        
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How Natalie Erika James turned personal pain into the resonant horror of 'Relic'
Co-writer and director Natalie Erika James makes her feature debut with "Relic," a horror film about the inevitability of death and decline.
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Review: Tom Hanks returns to World War II as a struggling naval commander in 'Greyhound'
Hanks wrote the screenplay and stars in the World War II naval drama, debuting on Apple TV+
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Tom Thibodeau has formal interview with Knicks
Tom Thibodeau, lead candidate to coach the Knicks, had his second interview with the club via Zoom on Thursday, an NBA source confirmed. Thibodeau, a former Knicks assistant and head coach of the Bulls and Timberwolves, has the inside track on the job. Thibodeau was represented by Creative Artist Agency when Leon Rose and William...
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Burnett: If I sound frustrated, it's because I am
CNN's Erin Burnett discusses the latest coronavirus numbers as the United States reaches the highest seven-day average of cases since the start of the pandemic.
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Opinion: After a jarring 24 hours in college sports, football season is in big trouble
Ohio State's Gene Smith is "very concerned" about playing sports in the fall. Of our behavior during pandemic, "we are one of the worst in the world."        
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Tropical Storm Fay expected to make landfall near NYC on Friday
Tropical storm warnings have been issued for New York City and some of the surrounding suburbs with drenching rains and gusty winds expected to bear down on the area Friday.
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Ex-husband of ‘RHONJ’ star Dina Manzo pleads not guilty to assault
Tommy Manzo, 55, of Franklin Lakes, NJ, allegedly hired John Perna, 43, a purported soldier in the Lucchese crime family, to attack the new beau of Manza's ex-wife.
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Two Cheers for Liberalism! (Or Maybe One and a Half)
Free speech has to rest on a shared morality.
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Mark Zuckerberg is getting mauled for standing up for basic free speech
Mark Zuckerberg clearly hasn’t gotten the memo. The Facebook founder persists in defending free expression, even though free speech has fallen decidedly out of fashion. His reward for adhering to what once would have been a commonsensical, if not banal, view of the value of the free exchange of ideas: being vilified for running a...
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What's on TV Friday: 'Obsession: Stalked by My Lover'; soccer
What's on TV Friday, July 10: "Obsession: Stalked by My Lover" on Lifetime; MLS Soccer on ESPN
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Aircraft carrier returns home after virus outbreak
The USS Theodore Roosevelt returned home to San Diego on Thursday led by a new captain who came aboard after the previous commanding officer was fired over the handling of a massive COVID-19 outbreak on board. (July 9)       
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Jorge Masvidal believes 'weak-minded' Kamaru Usman makes perfect short-notice foe
Jorge Masvidal wouldn't take a short-notice fight with every opponent, but he believes a "weak-minded" Kamaru Usman is the perfect foe to fight on six days' prep.        Related StoriesDefining Fights: UFC 251 co-headliner Alexander VolkanovskiKamaru Usman shuts down claim that he asked Jorge Masvidal for a photo in 2015: 'He was a nobody'Leonardo Santos frustrated with inability to net a high-profile fight: 'I'm not sure what else I must do' 
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Trump campaign official accuses Biden of 'rooting against Americans and their prosperity'
Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh accused presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden Thursday of "rooting against Americans and their prosperity" as President Trump works to repair the economy ahead of the November election.
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Crushing an Inwood eatery just because you don’t like how its owner voted
If you own a small business and voted for President Trump in 2016 or are thinking you might vote for him this year, you might want to keep it to yourself. Because if your oh-so-tolerant, oh-so-open-minded progressive customers find out about your grave political transgressions, they might just organize a boycott campaign against your firm...
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Week 9: Watch the 'Do the Right Thing' live chat on the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown
Film critic Justin Chang hosts a virtual meetup discussing Spike Lee's"Do the Right Thing" on the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
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Mets’ Michael Wacha threw in parking lot during coronavirus break
Jacob deGrom pitched a simulated game Thursday and looked sharp over three innings, but if the Mets plan on contending this season, they will need contributions from their entire rotation — which is where Michael Wacha comes in. The right-hander is one of the Mets starters looking for a bounce-back season — along with fellow...
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Kanye West ‘struggling’ with bipolar disorder: report
West "[had] been doing well for a long time."
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Starbucks Says Customers Must Wear Masks At Its Cafes
Several states already require people to wear masks in public spaces like coffee shops to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but many still have no such requirement.
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Robert Fuller’s hanging death in California was suicide, police say
LOS ANGELES — A police investigation confirmed suicide was the cause of death of a Black man found hanging from a tree in a Southern California city park last month, authorities said Thursday. The investigation revealed Robert Fuller, a 24-year-old homeless man, suffered from mental illness and took his own life early on June 10...
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More Public Funding, Fewer Legal Obligations
The Supreme Court says Catholic-school teachers aren’t protected by anti-discrimination law.
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When ‘diversity training’ is all about feeding racism
Last month, the city of Seattle’s Office of Civil Rights sent an e-mail inviting “white city employees” to attend a training session on “Interrupting Internalized Racial Superiority and Whiteness,” a program designed to help white workers examine their “complicity in . . . white supremacy” and “interrupt racism in ways that are accountable to black, indigenous and...
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Trade groups offering $100,000 reward after noose found at Facebook data center
Two construction trade groups are offering a $100,000 reward after a noose was found at the Facebook data center in Altooona on Juneteenth.      
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Cam Newton wants to ‘stick it up everyone’s a--’ with Patriots
AFC East teams, take note: The chip on Cam Newton’s shoulder isn’t going away anytime soon.
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CNN's Chris Cuomo called out for mocking rise of crime on Tuesday, taking it seriously Wednesday
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo was called out for changing his tune about the rise in crime across the country, taking it seriously just one day after making light of the disturbing trend.
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Wisconsin man 'targeting a White person' killed motorcyclist, prosecutors say
Police in Fond du Lac, Wis., say a 27-year-old man intentionally slammed his pickup head-on into a motorcyclist because he was “targeting a White person,” leaving the rider dead last week, investigators said Thursday.
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Inspiration Games offers a 'strange' experience for world-class athletes
The Inspiration Games give Allyson Felix, Tianna Bartoletta and others a chance to compete against other Olympic stars amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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Bill Bennett warns Supreme Court ruling could let DAs 'go after presidents ... and tie them up in knots'
Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett argued on "Special Report" Thursday that the 2020 election will be decided by "things we already know about" rather than President Trump's tax returns.
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Naya Rivera’s 4-year-old son was wearing a life jacket — but she wasn’t
Video evidence recovered from the dock showed that Rivera and her son were the only two aboard the vessel — which was found out on the water by boat rental staffers.
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Roger Goodell shamefully silent about DeSean Jackson’s Hitler posts
You can come out, now, Roger! In his continuing role as the NFL’s Neville Chamberlain — the British prime minister who appeased Nazi Germany until it was too late to prevent World War II — Roger Goodell continues to pander to the bad acts at the risk of imperiling the good and welfare — and...
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Joe Biden’s economic plan: Paste Trumpian slogans on Obama-plus policies
“Make it in America,” “Buy American,” “Stand up for America”: Those aren’t President Trump’s campaign talking points, but Joe Biden’s. The Democratic candidate unveiled his economic platform Thursday, saying, “When the federal government spends taxpayers’ money, we should use it to buy American products and support American jobs.” This, from the man who voted for...
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2020 Daily Trail Markers: Supreme Court rules on Trump tax returns
In one case, the high court ruled 7-2 in favor of Manhattan D.A. Cyrus Vance, who is conducting a criminal investigation into the president's business dealings and hush-money payments.
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Judge temporarily blocks Kentucky governor's Covid-19 executive orders -- the same day he requires masks
A circuit judge ordered Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear on Thursday to cease issuing or enforcing executive orders related to Covid-19 on the same day that the Democrat signed an executive order mandating that Kentuckians must wear a facial covering or mask in public in certain situations.
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Top Pentagon officials say Russian bounty program not corroborated
Defense secretary says Russian bounty program was taken seriously but not corroborated by intelligence agencies.
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De Blasio still has no clue how to reverse the crime wave
“A lot will be done preparing for this weekend to change the reality on the ground,” Mayor de Blasio vowed Tuesday, while offering not a hint of concrete detail on how he aims to end the surge in violent crime. Thursday, he made noises about redeploying cops (as the NYPD has always done) plus bringing...
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Michael Cohen back in custody after refusing terms of home confinement
Cohen had been furloughed in May over concerns about the coronavirus pandemic within the federal prison system.
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Baseball players get a peek at playing without fans
Baseball players got a sense of what the game will be like without fans in the stands upon returning for workouts last week.
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