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Doctor on latest coronavirus developments as U.S. approaches 1 million COVID-19 deaths

The U.S. COVID-19 death toll was just shy of 1 million as of Saturday morning, Johns Hopkins researchers reported. CBS News' Lana Zak sits down with Dr. Jay Varma, director of the Cornell Center for Pandemic Prevention and Response, to discuss the latest on the coronavirus pandemic.
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16-year-old rapper 23 Rackz shot dead while filming music video
Moments before Johnson was gunned down, he posted an Instagram story that shared his location, according to a YouTube account that specializes in drill rap content.
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Surging Gleyber Torres in high spirits as he crushes another homer: ‘I feel good’
With how far and high he clobbered the ball, Gleyber Torres had plenty of time to watch it fly.
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Gerard Gallant must reunite Kid Line to bring energy back to Rangers
It is time for the Rangers to to reunite the Kid Line for Saturday's do-or-die Game 6 against the Hurricanes at the Garden.
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LAPD says robbery suspect accidentally shot accomplice while unloading stolen goods
Artiz Alvarez, 20, and Chanz Lee Yarbrough, 21, both of Los Angeles, face multiple charges in connection with the April 20 home invasion.
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Corey Kluber downplays Michael King’s credit for reinvented slider: ‘His pitch’
Corey Kluber knows Michael King has credited him with helping King reinvent himself by refining a pitch the right-hander calls the “Kluberball,” but Kluber brushed aside much of King’s praise.
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Liberty fall to Storm, suffer sixth consecutive loss
Breanna Stewart scored 13 of her 29 points after the third quarter, and the Seattle Storm held off the Liberty 79-71 in overtime on Friday night.
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Вице-премьер Чернышенко поручил обеспечить стабильную работу сервиса "Поступление в вуз онлайн"
"Все подготовительные мероприятия должны быть завершены в срок
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One person dead after Ontario police chase and shooting
A person was pronounced dead after a chase by Ontario police that ended in a shooting Friday night, authorities said.
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Megan Faraimo delivers pinch-hit heroics in UCLA's super regional win over Duke
UCLA's Megan Faraimo hits a two-run single in the sixth inning to spearhead the Bruins' 3-2 comeback win over Duke in the NCAA super regional Friday.
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Man, 25, found dead in back of taxi before his bank accounts were drained days later
Security footage, taken in the early hours of April 21, shows Julio walking away from the Ritz Bar and Lounge, a gay dance club, with three unknown men.
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Avalanche nip Blues to advance to Western Conference finals
Darren Helm scored with 5.6 seconds left and the Avalanche finished off their second-round series with a 3-2 win over the Blues in Game 6 on Friday.
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Edwin Ríos stays hot and ready for Dodgers in victory over Diamondbacks
Edwin Ríos spearheaded the Dodgers' 6-4 win over Arizona with a three-run home run in the second inning, giving him six homers in 69 at-bats this season.
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High school baseball: City championship results
High school baseball: City championship results
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Хабаровчанам, оказавшимся под "домашним арестом", вернули лестницу
В Хабаровске жителям дома № 2а по улице Истомина, которые не могли выйти на улицу, вернули лестницу.
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Golden Valley girls' relay team showcases its speed at state track and field finals
The CIF state track and field championships featured standout performances from the Golden Valley girls' 400-meter relay team and Carson's Reign Redmond.
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Slumping Anthony Rendon placed on injured list with wrist inflammation
Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon was put on the injured list with with inflammation in his right wrist in a troubling turn for the slumping veteran.
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Херсонская область закрыла границы с регионами, подконтрольными Киеву
Власти Херсонской области закрыли границы с регионами, подконтрольными киевскому режиму
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Texas school shooting: Suspected gunman made threats, called 'Yubo school shooter' on platform, users said
Salvador Ramos, 18, the suspected shooter of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, expressed violence and harassed people online, new text messages show.
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Yankees’ Matt Carpenter hits first MLB home run in 13 months
Before Friday night, Matt Carpenter hadn’t homered in a major league game since April 30, 2021, while with the Cardinals.
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Rangers confident struggling Chris Kreider, Artemi Panarin will ‘do it for us’
Tangible production from star wingers Artemi Panarin and Chris Kreider and their respective lines in Game 6 likely will be a key for the Rangers.
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Профессия строителя набирает популярность у школьников
Вице-премьер Марат Хуснуллин заявил, что России не хватает строителей
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81-year-old woman carjacked while feeding homeless in California
An 81-year-old woman was carjacked while she was handing out meals to homeless people outside of a supermarket in southern California.
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В Приморье рухнул автомобильный мост
В Приморском крае вновь обрушился автомобильный мост
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АвтоВАЗ завершил выпуск автомобилей Renault
Компания АвтоВАЗ завершила выпуск машин Renault
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What to watch this weekend: ‘Young Rock’ concludes Season 2 on NBC
Saturday, May 28 & Sunday, May 29, 2022 I "Everything But the House" returns for season 2 on HGTV on Saturday.
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"Это давняя борьба тьмы со светом"
Отец Димитрий, почему именно вы, священник, взялись защищать Русский мир?
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Texas lawmaker calls out Chuck Schumer for blocking 'bipartisan' school safety bill
Rep. Beth Van Duyne told "The Ingraham Angle" on Friday that Democrats must stop politicizing gun safety if they want to make any progress to protect schools.
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Chemistry fueling Buck Showalter’s Mets amid injury bug
Buck Showalter believes he could be leading a team with chemistry unlike any he’s seen.
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Woman who broke flight attendant’s teeth to serve 15 months in prison
On May 23, 2021, Quinonez was asked to buckle her seat belt, stow her tray table, and put on her facemask properly as a Southwest flight from Sacramento approached San Diego.
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Missouri woman arrested after dogs die from being left in car while she ate lunch in Florida
A Missouri woman was arrested for animal cruelty in Florida after her four dogs died from being left inside a hot vehicle while she was eating lunch, officials said.
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CBS News: Решение Путина продавать газ за рубли укрепило курс российской валюты
Решение президента Владимира Путина перевести оплату за поставки газа в рубли привело к укреплению курса российской валюты
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Column: Lakers hiring of Darvin Ham is nuts — and maybe perfect
Darvin Ham will be the Lakers' next head coach, with no experience as a head coach. It sounds crazy, but that strategy in a crazy franchise might work.
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Angels agree to Anaheim's request to abandon Angel Stadium sale
Three days after the Anaheim City Council decided to kill the Angel Stadium deal amid a corruption probe, the Angels have agreed to no longer pursue the sale.
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Newsweek: Три страны ЕС пересмотрели свою позицию по Украине
Германия, Италия и Франция изменили свою позицию по Украине
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Robert Eggers Feels He Needs to ‘Restrategize’ After ‘The Northman’
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Getty/Focus FeaturesThe Northman is one of the best films of the year: a bruising, bloody Viking action-adventure that roars with maniacal ferocity and enchants with hallucinatory intrigue. Conceived and executed on an epic scale, imbued with timeless themes of vengeance, honor and destiny, and saturated with the idiosyncratic folk-horror personality of its author, it’s precisely the sort of unique large-scale original everyone claims Hollywood is no longer interested in producing. Yet despite those exemplary qualities, as well as a star-studded cast (led by Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ethan Hawke, and Willem Dafoe) and widespread critical acclaim, Robert Eggers’ third feature—following the haunting The Witch and batshit-insane The Lighthouse—has underperformed in the U.S., with a multiplex run that currently stands at $33 million (against a reported $70-$90 million budget). In a theatrical environment now primarily dominated by superhero tentpoles and IP-centric blockbusters, Eggers’ ancient revenge saga is beginning to resemble another depressing reminder that, perhaps, the old ways are fading fast.Nonetheless, such dismaying larger concerns are no reflection on the excellence of Eggers’ latest, a rampaging beast about an orphaned Viking prince named Amleth (Skarsgård) seeking payback against the uncle (Claes Bang) who murdered his father (Hawke) and married his mother (Kidman). Based on the legend that inspired none other than William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, and infused with the fantastical fury of its kindred cinematic spirit Conan the Barbarian, the 38-year-old auteur’s vicious genre film is a gem of idiosyncratic rage and irrepressible menace, led by a towering turn from Skarsgård as a betrayed and abandoned warrior hell-bent on reclaiming his birthright.Rife with magic, malevolence and more marauding combat than any 2022 release to date, it’s not to be missed, and audiences now have another opportunity to experience—and embrace—it courtesy of its recent arrival on VOD. To celebrate that debut, we spoke with Eggers about The Northman’s box-office fate, the modern moviegoing landscape, the reports that the film has been misguidedly embraced by white nationalists, and his future big- and small-screen plans.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Greg Gutfeld: The media doesn't know when to quit
Greg Gutfeld discusses the media reaction to shootings and tragedies and how they resort to speculation instead of reporting on Friday's "Gutfeld!"
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Jimmy Butler’s 47 points lift Heat over Celtics to force Game 7
Jimmy Butler had 47 points, nine rebounds and eight assists and the Miami Heat forced the Eastern Conference finals to a decisive seventh game.
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The Mail-Order Abortion Boom Is Here
Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily BeastAs Roe v. Wade hangs in the balance, telemedicine startups offering mail-order abortion pills are scrambling to meet surges in demand for remote abortion care across the United States. These sleek, modern tech companies like Hey Jane, Just the Pill, and Carafem claim to offer safe, seamless, and effective abortion care at a distance.Leah Coplon, a nurse midwife, abortion provider, and director of clinical operations at tele-abortion company Abortion on Demand, told The Daily Beast that countless patients remind her of the essential nature of this digital approach—patients who are living with abusive partners and are stealthily obtaining pills, patients in rural areas of the country where travelling to a clinic poses challenges, young people who do not feel safe disclosing their need for care, and those with common everyday obstacles like getting time off work, childcare, or transportation.For these patients, telehealth may streamline the abortion experience, and help free up space at overburdened abortion clinics. But in a polarized political landscape fraught with legal risk, tele-abortion companies face the equity and access challenges that in-person providers experience. Ultimately, in a post-Roe world, tele-abortion will likely still be illegal in half the country.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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‘Nothing More Than Cowards’: Uvalde Victims’ Families Say Cops Need to Pay
Michael M Santiago/Getty ImagesUVALDE, TEXAS–As families in this rural town prepare to bury the 19 children and two adults gunned down in a brutal school massacre this week, they are left shell-shocked by not only the devastation the gunman wrought, but by the revelation that, as they see it, those who were sworn to protect and serve them did just the opposite.“While those babies were in there dying, they stood there with their thumbs in their asses trying to figure out what to do,” said Roger Garza, a friend of the family of teacher Irma Garcia, who was killed by the gunman as she tried to shield her fourth-grade students.“I mean don’t we pay them to rush in and protect people? Somebody needs to be held accountable for this,” Garza told The Daily Beast.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Physician explains why heterodox views on COVID led to his Republican conversion
Dr. Pierre Kory spoke about why he will vote Republican for the first time as he espoused differing views on coronavirus Friday on "The Ingraham Angle."
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Бастрыкин поручил разобраться в гибели близнецов в Хабаровском крае
Председатель СК России Александр Бастрыкин поручил руководителю СУ СК РФ по Хабаровскому краю и ЕАО представить ему доклад об обстоятельствах гибели годовалых близнецов в Николаевске-на-Амуре
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Carolyn Hax: Spouses’ ‘project’ means one yells, one tiptoes around
They're supposed to be working on a project together, but one spouse keeps yelling no matter what the other one does.
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Ask Amy: My son is getting married and asked us what we’re contributing
Son has asked his parents what they are contributing to his upcoming wedding but the parents don’t think that’s their responsibility.
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Miss Manners: How do we accommodate friend who is a picky eater?
Reader’s girlfriends go out to restaurants a lot, but their picky eater friend always has something negative to say.
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10 самых интересных мест, где можно провести "Библионочь"
1. Московская Библиотека им. Н.А. Некрасова подготовила обширную программу с 17:00 до 02:00 под заглавием "Культурный слой".
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Biden energy policies promoting more 'inefficient technologies': Flynn
Fox Business contributor Phil Flynn said that we usually replace older energy technology with newer technology on Friday night's “Hannity.”
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May 27, 2022 Russia-Ukraine news
Russian forces are intensifying their bombardment of areas in eastern Ukraine still under Ukrainian control. Ukrainian officials in the east admit their defenses are outmanned and outgunned. Follow live news updates here.
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Europe Says It Loves Ukraine, but Not Enough to Let Them Join the Club
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyROME—Remember back to February 24 when Russian president Vladimir Putin’s “special operation” in Ukraine quickly escalated into a bloodbath? It was the first full-scale invasion in Europe since the end of World War II, and the European Union scrambled to offer support and promises that are increasingly looking like they might just be empty.On April 8, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen traveled to Kyiv where she stepped around the corpses of Bucha alongside Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, promising him a fast track to EU membership. “It will not as usual be a matter of years to form this opinion but I think a matter of weeks,” she said. “Dear Volodymyr, my message today is clear: Ukraine belongs in the European family.”But as the deadline looms for a late May meeting ahead of a crucial summit next month, some of Europe’s most influential member states have thrown cold water on Ukraine’s membership which—it must be stated—they started working towards nearly two decades ago. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that fast-tracking a country “like Ukraine” would be unfair to other Western Balkan countries which have also been banging on the Euro clubhouse door. “There are no shortcuts on the way to the EU,” Scholz said when asked about Ukraine last week. “The accession process is not a matter of a few months or years.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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