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Anthony Fauci, CDC slam airlines’ plans for full flights amid COVID-19

The nation’s top infectious disease experts on Tuesday slammed airlines planning full flights as the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the country. Several US airlines have stated they’re limiting capacity on planes to between 60 and 67 percent. But, United Airlines has not promised to leave seats empty, and American announced last week that it...
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Singapore's ruling party stays in power, but support has waned
Singapore's ruling People's Action Party (PAP) maintained its unbroken grip on power in Friday's general election, even as its popular support slipped to a near record low.
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Pressure on Jets’ Sam Darnold, Adam Gase and Mekhi Becton
Fifth of a five-part series — a Jets trio of note. There is plenty of pressure to go around the Jets in 2020. It has been 10 years since their last trip to the playoffs and five years since their last winning season. Fans ran out of patience long ago. With an additional team from...
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Trump ally battles a liberal challenger. Poland's deep divisions on show in presidential run-off vote
Poland is a country deeply divided over cultural issues, and the direction the former Soviet bloc nation should take next: does it want to be a European-style liberal democracy, or does it take a more authoritarian path?
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Singapore's ruling party won another general election, but its support fell to a near record low
Singapore's ruling People's Action Party (PAP) maintained its unbroken grip on power in Friday's general election, even as its popular support slipped to a near record low.
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Yankees pitchers are ahead of the hitters right now
Three outs an inning. Mike Trout being the best player on the field every game. Gerrit Cole’s fascination with everything regarding pitching. And just as big of a lock are pitchers being ahead of the hitters early in spring training. Annually that is at the beginning of a six-week camp that opens in February and...
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Charles Barkley says sports becoming woke 'circus' -- with no real results
Sports leagues and players have turned racial justice issues into a “circus” by focusing more on who’s kneeling or what message is written on players’ jerseys rather than real change, basketball Hall of Famer Charles Barkley said Friday.
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Fay downgraded to tropical depression after making landfall in southern NYC
MIAMI — Tropical Storm Fay weakened into a tropical depression early Saturday morning, forecasters said. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said in its 2 a.m. advisory that the storm has maximum sustained winds of 35 mph as it moves over southern New York.
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These California doctors flew to New York to fight Covid-19. Here's what they learned.
Dr. Hartwell Lin left California for New York's overwhelmed hospitals in late April and returned with first-hand knowledge of the best ways to handle a Covid-19 outbreak.
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Handcuffs to light bulbs shine light on painful Black experience
Through sport we learn about glory and defeat, the sacrifices made to be the best, the intoxicating joy of victory, and the pain of the near-misses. But sport can be much more than that; it can shine a light on injustice, it can educate; it can change minds.
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Handcuffs to light bulbs shine light on painful Black experience
Through sport we learn about glory and defeat, the sacrifices made to be the best, the intoxicating joy of victory, and the pain of the near-misses. But sport can be much more than that; it can shine a light on injustice, it can educate; it can change minds.
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Teen shot dead outside Brooklyn hotel Friday evening
An 18-year-old was fatally shot at a Brooklyn hotel Friday evening, police said. The victim was involved in a dispute with a gunman who opened fire on him around 7:45 p.m. outside Hotel Sunborn near the corner of New Jersey Avenue and Fulton Street, according to police. The teen was transported to Brookdale Hospital where...
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MLB 2020 coronavirus effect: No easy way to talk about it
Robinson Cano “was not on site here the last few days,” Brodie Van Wagenen said Friday, at a rainy Citi Field, and no one owes us more information than that. Cano deserves to have his privacy respected. Yet in this age of coronavirus, how do we reconcile wishing the best for Cano, no matter what’s...
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Michael Holding: 'People need to understand about the dehumanisation of the Black race'
Former West Indian cricketer Michael Holding is moved to tears as he talks about racial inequality and the portrayals of black people in religion and society.
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Trump confirms 2018 US cyberattack against Russia
President Donald Trump on Friday confirmed for the first time that the United States launched a cyberattack against the Russian Internet Research Agency in 2018. The IRA, a Russian company that deploys online trolls for influence operations, was blamed by U.S. officials for meddling in both the 2016 presidential election and the 2018 midterms. Trump...
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St. Louis mayor won’t quit, office says, after ‘RESIGN LYDA RESIGN’ painted near City Hall
Lyda Krewson, the embattled mayor of St. Louis -- who has faced repeated protests over the past two weeks -- won’t be stepping down anytime soon, her spokesman said Friday.
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Nets’ Rodions Kurucs will be relied on to help fill power forward hole
For the first time since March, the Nets finally had a full five-on-five practice Friday in Orlando. And despite months of rust, it actually went off better than even they expected. “We spiralled [Friday] in a positive direction, built off [Thursday] where we got a semblance of being back on the floor,” interim coach Jacque...
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High temperatures will scorch much of the South this weekend
Much of the United States, from the Gulf Coast to the desert southwest, is under some form of heat warning this weekend.
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Why Presidential Pardons Are Normal, Trump’s Less So
The U.S. president has vast constitutional power to grant clemency in the form of pardons to people facing possible prison terms or commutations to people already in, or sentenced to, jail. George Washington pardoned farmers convicted of treason after the 1791 Whiskey Rebellion; Barack Obama commuted the sentences of hundreds of non-violent drug offenders. What’s unusual about clemency under President Donald Trump is how he’s gone about evaluating how to exercise it.
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Los Angeles Apparel factory ordered closed after over 300 coronavirus cases and 4 deaths
A garment manufacturer in downtown Los Angeles with over 300 confirmed coronavirus cases among employees has been ordered closed after an investigation into the deaths of four workers, county health officials said Friday.
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California factory closed after over 300 coronavirus cases and 4 deaths
A garment manufacturer in downtown Los Angeles with over 300 confirmed coronavirus cases among employees has been ordered closed after an investigation into the deaths of four workers, county health officials said Friday.
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Police seize rifle of St. Louis couple filmed waving guns with at BLM protesters
St. Louis police officers reportedly seized a rifle from the husband-and-wife lawyers filmed waving firearms at Black Lives Matter protesters last month. The officers served a warrant on Mark and Patricia McCloskey on Friday night, taking the rifle the husband was pictured aiming, the local NBC affiliate reported. The officers were told by the couple...
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Why many college football players want fall football season
Dominoes began to fall this week. The Ivy League canceled its fall football season on Wednesday. The Big Ten announced a conference-only schedule on Thursday and the Pac-12 did the same Friday. There have been reports the ACC could be next and the other power conferences — the SEC and Big 12 — will at...
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Officials searching for Naya Rivera using sonar equipment to scour the murky waters
Authorities are using sonar equipment and a specially-trained dog to search for "Glee" actress Naya Rivera in murky waters, saying the recovery operation could take days.
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Trump to sign order giving ‘road to citizenship’ to DACA recipients
President Trump on Friday pledged to sign an executive order creating a “road to citizenship” for “Dreamer” immigrants — although a press secretary later backpedaled on the plan and some experts say he’s not authorized to do so. Trump told Telemundo anchor Jose Diaz-Balart that the order would lead to citizenship for Deferred Action for...
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Citing family reasons, Calgary Flames' Travis Hamonic becomes first NHL player to opt out of season's restart
Travis Hamonic of the Flames is opting out of the NHL restart, his young daughter's battle last year with a respiratory illness being a key factor.       
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Travis AFB airman’s 2019 death deserves further investigation, Calif. congressman says
One year after a Travis Air Force Base airman was found dead in her California home, a member of Congress is joining the airman’s family in calling for more investigating.
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Wisconsin driver intentionally crashes into motorcyclist because he was white
A Wisconson man who struck and killed a motorcyclist told investigators he intentionally crashed head-first into the victim because he believed all Harley riders are “white racists,” local officials said. Daniel Navarro, 27, of Fond du Lac, has been charged with a homicide as a hate crime after he allegedly veered across a road around...
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Red Bulls hopeful MLS bubble problems will decrease
After spending 11¹/₂ years with English Premier League side Wolverhampton FC, Kevin Thelwell was appointed to the newly created Head of Sport position for the New York Red Bulls in February. Just over a month later, however, the MLS had to shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the Red Bulls are scheduled to...
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7-Eleven Day is canceled this year, meaning no free Slurpees
It's a sad day for Slurpee lovers everywhere.
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Why the Kosovo Conflict Remains a Problem for the EU
The war that ended the bloody breakup of Yugoslavia -- Europe’s worst conflict since World War II -- remains unresolved, with its adversaries still locked in a territorial dispute. More than two decades after they stopped fighting, Kosovo is demanding recognition as an independent state, while Serbia refuses to let it go. The disagreement has thwarted their progress toward European Union membership and opened space for a geopolitical tussle, where the U.S., Russia and China are grappling for inf
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UFC 251 'Embedded,' No. 6: 'I'm gonna have fun with your ass tomorrow'
Fighters finish up their final preparations. After media obligations, the fighters hit the scales and square off for the final time before fight night.       Related StoriesTwitter Mailbag: Is Jorge Masvidal a hype train? Kamaru Usman to middleweight?Gilbert Burns predicts Kamaru Usman will control Jorge Masvidal in 'boring fight' at UFC 251UFC 251 faceoffs video highlights, photo gallery 
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Kansas father jailed after police find body of 3-year-old daughter: reports
A 29-year-old Kansas man who reported his 3-year-old daughter missing Friday was arrested hours later and jailed in connection with her death, according to reports.
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Coronavirus updates from around the world
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Virginia sheriff’s deputy attacked, knocked unconscious, authorities say
Attack was on a road in Fauquier County, near Warrenton, sheriff’s office says.
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DeAndre Baker’s lawyer disputes allegations: Witness wasn’t paid off
DeAndre Baker did not pay off any witnesses and a new warrant that surfaced on Friday will help exonerate him, one of the attorneys for the Giants cornerback told The Post. “They just made our case even stronger,’’ Patrick Patel said. Baker, 22, is charged with four counts of armed robbery with a firearm and...
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Authorities search ‘Tiger King’ zoo after film crew thought they found human remains
A new reality show shoot at the private zoo once owned by Joe Exotic — and featured in the hit Netflix reality show, “Tiger King” — was briefly thrown into turmoil when the film crew thought they’d found human remains. Agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and Garvin County Sheriff’s deputies rushed to...
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Jockey Victor Espinoza tests positive for the coronavirus
Hall of Fame jockey Victor Espinoza has tested positive for the coronavirus, the third high-profile jockey to test positive in the last few days.
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Florida man and his sons charged with selling toxic chemical as a coronavirus cure to thousands
Three months after President Donald Trump suggested ingesting disinfectants as a treatment for coronavirus, a Florida man and his three sons are facing criminal charges for allegedly selling a toxic solution to tens of thousands of people as a cure for Covid-19.
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Florida man and his sons charged with selling toxic chemical as a coronavirus cure to thousands
Three months after President Donald Trump suggested ingesting disinfectants as a treatment for coronavirus, a Florida man and his three sons are facing criminal charges for allegedly selling a toxic solution to tens of thousands of people as a cure for Covid-19.
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Ask Amy: Secret online friendship ends abruptly
Reader who’s married wonders whether to keep up emails, hoping relationship will improve.
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Miss Manners: Logistics after a postponed wedding
Reinvite all guests, regardless of whether they planned to be at the original event.
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Hints From Heloise: Photograph Fido on this special day for pets
A few hints on making memories for All-American Pet Photo Day.
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Man accused of killing eight police dies in shootout
A man accused of killing eight police officers in India was shot dead Friday while allegedly trying to flee custody after his arrest, authorities said.
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Carolyn Hax: Ex-mother-in-law is sad to see son’s marriage end
New bride says she has lost her identity and wants out.
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'The Old Guard' star KiKi Layne is seriously stylish: See all her red carpet moments
Whether she's turning the clock back in "If Beale Street Could Talk" or rocking navy fatigues in "The Old Guard," actress KiKi Layne has killer style.       
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Biden campaign: Trump abused authority by commuting Roger Stone's sentence
Joe Biden's campaign weighed in Friday night on President Trump's decision to commute Roger Stone's 40-month prison sentence, claiming it was an abuse of presidential authority that weakened the country. 
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Vikas Dubey, accused of killing eight police officers, dies in India shootout while trying to flee custody
A man accused of killing eight police officers in India was shot dead Friday while allegedly trying to flee custody after his arrest, authorities said.
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Ingraham predicts far left would be 'emboldened' by Biden victory and 'retribution will be a dividend'
Laura Ingraham warned viewers Friday night that a Joe Biden victory in November will change America forever, and not for the better. 
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