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Eric Trump: Ted Cruz's convention speech was "classless"

For the third night in a row, a member of Donald Trump's family spoke in primetime. His son, Eric Trump, followed Ted Cruz on stage and made his endorsement very clear. Eric Trump joins "CBS This Morning" to respond to Cruz not endorsing Donald Trump and discuss his father's conditions for NATO allies.
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The Health 202: Roe v. Wade could be headed for a rewrite by the Supreme Court
The court will consider whether states can limit abortions earlier in pregnancy.
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Death toll climbs as calls for Israel-Hamas cease-fire go unheeded
Palestinians vent anger in a "day of rage," risking new clashes as Israelis face more rocket fire and their military reduces neigborhoods in Gaza to rubble.
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Skyscraper Begins Swaying, Sparking Mass Panic As People Flee
Officials in southern China said no seismic activity was reported as an investigation continues into reported "shaking" and swaying at one of China's tallest skyscrapers.
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Biden wants to bring the economy from relief to recovery. A labor shortage may signal trouble for those plans.
Patti Eisenbraun had been anxiously waiting for the pandemic to subside so the dining room and patio at the Brown Iron Brewhouse would be bustling once again.
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Surfer dies after being bitten by shark in Australia
A surfer has died after a suspected shark attack at a popular beach in New South Wales (NSW), Australia.
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The 190 million missing vaccine doses
US President Joe Biden officially announced that the US will send 80 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines to other countries by the end of June. That's not enough to make up for the shortfall.
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Shanna Moakler hits back at her kids’ claims that she’s an absentee mom
Moakler is defending herself against her children, Alabama and Landon.
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Joe Biden is turning the debate about tax cuts on its head
The president's child tax credits will make Democrats the tax-cutters.
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Joe Biden is turning the debate about tax cuts on its head
The president's child tax credits will make Democrats the tax-cutters.
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Transgender women allowed to play women's rugby in France
The French rugby federation (FFR) has voted unanimously in favor of allowing transgender women to play women's rugby as of next season.
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Transgender women allowed to play women's rugby in France
The French rugby federation (FFR) has voted unanimously in favor of allowing transgender women to play women's rugby as of next season.
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What Sharon Stone Has Said About Filming The Leg-Crossing Scene in 'Basic Instinct'
Sharon Stone has said she is not able to stop an X-rated enhanced version of the film from being released–and it is not the first time she has spoken out about her experience on the film.
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Want to invest in crypto? There's a consultant for that
Cryptocurrency enthusiasm is skyrocketing, and while information surrounding digital currency is becoming more attainable, there's still a big gap between access and knowledge. That's where cryptocurrency consultants come in.
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Want to invest in crypto? There's a consultant for that
Cryptocurrency enthusiasm is skyrocketing, and while information surrounding digital currency is becoming more attainable, there's still a big gap between access and knowledge. That's where cryptocurrency consultants come in.
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India’s COVID Nightmare Is Now Officially Africa’s Problem
REUTERSIndia’s catastrophic coronavirus outbreak has now sent lethal reverberations to Africa, where countries are relying on Indian-made vaccines through the COVID-19 Vaccines Global Access program known as COVAX.The World Economic Forum warned that Africa, which already has the world’s slowest vaccine rollout, with just 2 percent of the entire population inoculated, risked being left vulnerable to a wave of new variants as the virus mutates unchecked across the continent due to vaccine shortfalls caused by India’s crisis. Globally, 150 doses per 1,000 people have been put into arms. In Africa, just eight doses per 1,000 people have been administered. And with India, the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer, now unable to meet vaccine export demands meant for the COVAX program in Africa, that number could drop even further.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Japanese doctors call for Tokyo 2020 Games to be canceled amid worsening outbreak
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Andrew Giuliani announces run for New York governor
His father, Rudy Giuliani, remains under intense legal scrutiny.
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Israeli airstrikes shook the Al-Katiba area of Gaza, as Israel and Hamas continue to fight
Israeli airstrikes shook the Al-Katiba area of Gaza, as Israel and Hamas continued to exchange fire for a second week.       
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Recall Leader Claims 'In Crisis' Gavin Newsom Is 'Throwing Money at the Problem'
An economic recovery package worth $100 billion is part of the California governor's new $267.8 billion budget proposal.
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Oil companies told to stop drilling now to save the planet
The International Energy Agency, which was founded by rich industrial nations after oil shocks in the 1970s to promote secure and affordable energy supplies, says the world needs to stop drilling for oil and gas right now to prevent a climate catastrophe.
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Oil companies told to stop drilling now to save the planet
The International Energy Agency, which was founded by rich industrial nations after oil shocks in the 1970s to promote secure and affordable energy supplies, says the world needs to stop drilling for oil and gas right now to prevent a climate catastrophe.
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Transgender treatment ban fails in Alabama Legislature
The Senate-passed bill died on the last night of the legislative session.
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Rudy Giuliani's Son Andrew Says He Is 'A Politician Out of the Womb' in NY Governor Bid
Andrew Giuliani served as an aide to former President Donald Trump during his four years in office between 2017 and 2021.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers share their blueprint on how women can reach the NFL as coaches
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are serious about getting more women working in the NFL and recently held an event focused on steps to reach the league.      
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Student Self-Censorship Is Driven by Fear Amidst a Toxic Environment | Opinion
There is much more than merely biased teaching taking place on the current university campus.
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The Cybersecurity 202: Cybercriminals scammed a record number of victims with cryptocurrency
The scammers take over verified Twitter and YouTube accounts and then manipulate them into looking like the accounts of high-profile celebrities like Elon Musk.
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Lamborghini is going electric with new GT
Lamborghini will have an all-hybrid lineup by 2024 and a fully electric model by the end of the decade, the company has announced. The Huracan, Aventador and Urus all getting electrified power in the coming years.
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Wimbledon 2017: 'Slippery' grass under spotlight
Be it the lack of a roof years ago or a strict clothing policy, there always seems to be controversy at Wimbledon. This year the grass is coming under scrutiny.
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Bernard Tomic pays penalty for Wimbledon behavior
Sport equipment and clothing company Head will no longer sponsor Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic following his disrespectful and apathetic comments at a press conference in Wimbledon Tuesday. He also incurred a $15,000 fine.
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Wimbledon 2017: Djokovic sizzles, Del Potro feels the heat
It's early days but there's a sense that tennis' old order might be about to be re-established.
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Stella McCartney brings 'rebellion' chic to Wimbledon
If the All England Lawn Tennis Club is well known for its strict rules and regulations, fashion designer Stella McCartney says she's hoping to bring a "bit of rebellion" to the courts at Wimbledon this July.
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Wimbledon 2017: 'Bored' Tomic slammed by former champions
What is Bernard Tomic playing at?
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Venus Williams left tearful by car crash questions
Facing questions from the media at Wimbledon about her involvement in a fatal car accident, a tearful Venus Williams said what has happened has been "devastating."
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Serena Williams tells John McEnroe 'respect my privacy'
Serena Williams has responded to John McEnroe's claims that she would be 700 in the world on the men's tour by telling her fellow American to "respect me and my privacy."
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Murray to donate winnings to Grenfell victims
Andy Murray will donate his winnings from this week's Queen's Club Championships to the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
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Vonn wants "Battle of Sexes" ski race
Lindsey Vonn, the most successful female ski racer of all time, has set her eyes on racing the men after the 2018 Olympics.
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French Open was a 'turning point' for Andy Murray
Despite only reaching the semifinals, Andy Murray says the French Open was a "turning point" for him after an indifferent start to the season.
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Federer suffers surprise defeat to world No. 302 Haas
In his first competitive match following an eight-week break, Roger Federer was beaten by world No. 302 Tommy Haas at the Stuttgart Open.
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Nadal wins historic 10th French Open title
Rafael Nadal became the first man to win the same grand slam 10 times when he crushed Stan Wawrinka in Sunday's French Open final in Paris.
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Nadal: 2017 French Open title 'more special'
Rafael Nadal tells CNN this French Open title is "more special" than his previous nine titles in Paris after overcoming injury struggles.
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Sharapova out of Wimbledon qualifying
Maria Sharapova, who returned to the tennis tour in April following a doping ban, won't be playing at Wimbledon after a thigh injury ruled her out of qualifying.
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Ostapenko rallies to beat Halep in French Open final
Jelena Ostapenko was down by a set and nearly 4-0 but rallied to beat Simona Halep in the French Open final to win her first grand slam title.
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Nadal, Wawrinka to meet in French Open final
Stan Wawrinka rallied to beat Andy Murray in a nearly five-hour classic to reach the French Open final, where he will play nine-time winner Rafael Nadal.
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Birthday girl Ostapenko, Halep reach French Open final
Birthday girl Jelena Ostapenko reached the French Open final, where the unseeded Latvian will play 2014 finalist and third-seed Simona Halep.
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Thiem crushes Djokovic at French Open
Defending champion Novak Djokovic was crushed by Dominic Thiem at the French Open, while nine-time winner Rafael Nadal advanced via a retirement in 51 minutes.
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Halep saves match point to reach French Open semis
Simona Halep overturned a set and 5-1 deficit -- and saved a match point -- to reach the French Open semifinals, where she will face Karolina Pliskova.
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Donald Trump Jr. Blasts Prince Harry's First Amendment Comments
Conservative figures have previously hit out against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle over comments they made in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
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Andrew Giuliani to challenge Cuomo for NY governor: 'Fight of the century'
Andrew Giuliani, the son of former New York City Mayor and former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, formally announced his bid for governor of New York Tuesday, saying he will "fight" to make the state the "greatest" in the country. 
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