Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds’ car hits BLM protester who ‘intentionally’ blocked it: report

"This is the governor, my governor, who's supposed to be representing me," the protester told local media. "I'm sure that her car is not going to intentionally hit me. I was wrong."
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An American Airlines mechanic is accused of smuggling cocaine but his attorney says authorities got the wrong guy
A longtime American Airlines mechanic is accused of using his access to secure areas of an airport to smuggle cocaine into the US in an airplane compartment, according to a criminal complaint filed in February. His attorney says authorities got the wrong guy.
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro Tested for COVID-19 After Exhibiting Symptoms
Bolsonaro could be seen coughing during a Thursday broadcast on his social networks, when he sat next to six other people, none of whom wore a mask
What the culture clash between 'Hamilton' and Trump can teach us about America
Donald Trump's divisive speech at Mt. Rushmore seemed out of tune next to "Hamilton," which premiered on Disney+ with a vibrant vision of America's future.
VH1 ‘tossed around’ idea of Flavor Flav as ‘The Black-chelor’
The show was eventually named “Flavor of Love.”
LAFC's Carlos Vela opts out of MLS tournament in Orlando
LAFC star Carlos Vela will not play in the MLS Is Back tournament in Orlando due to the coronavirus pandemic. The team left for Florida on Monday, and the reigning MLS Scoring Champion and MVP was not on the flight, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Brazil opens itself up, to everything except masks
In São Paulo, you can go to the market, hit a bar, attend Mass. All without wearing a mask, even though there have been more than 1.6 million cases of coronavirus in this country and deaths are continuing to rise.
Masahiro Tanaka incident was slow torment for Giancarlo Stanton
A batted ball clocked at 112 mph and racing for a pitcher’s head obviously isn’t moving in slow motion. Yet, that is the way Giancarlo Stanton viewed his scorching line drive that hit Masahiro Tanaka on the right side of the head during a simulated game Saturday at Yankee Stadium. “As fast as it happens...
Philly bar owner pulls gun on black man after social distance dispute
A Philadelphia bar owner seated outside a nearby restaurant on Sunday was caught on camera pulling a gun on a black man who denounced the patrons for their lack of social distancing. The tense encounter unfolded after the unidentified passerby stopped his bike near Nick’s Roast Beef and began calling out the customers who were...
Nick Cordero's widow, Amanda Kloots, thanks fans for making her husband a 'rock star'
Nick Cordero's widow, Amanda Kloots, held an emotional Instagram Live on Monday in the wake of her husband's death from Covid-19.
Civil rights leader Bob Woodson: The left 'abandoned all pretense' of fight for social justice
Robert Woodson, a leader in the 1960s civil rights movement, told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Monday that the left and many Democrats have exposed themselves as uninterested in the social justice and racial equality they claim to support publicly.
Nina Turner blasts Debra Messing for saying Kanye West 2020 bid would 'take Black voters from Biden'
Former Sanders campaign co-chair Nina Turner slammed Debra Messing for suggesting a 2020 bid from Kanye West would "take" Black voters away from Joe Biden.
New York AG says Black Lives Matter Foundation 'not affiliated with the movement' and orders it to stop collecting donations
New York Attorney General Letitia James on Monday ordered the Black Lives Matter Foundation -- which she said is not affiliated with the larger Black Lives Matter movement -- to stop collecting donations in New York.
Jason Kidd bond with Giannis Antetokounmpo adds to complicated Knicks coaching candidacy
No one within the Knicks organization got much bothered when 10-time All-Star Jason Kidd retired. Kidd had fulfilled just one season of a three-year contract and went off to coach the Brooklyn Nets. Kidd had prospered in his short Knicks stint — a force in the locker room during that 54-28 season in 2012-13 before...
Column: Players again find a reason not to trust MLB, and this time it's life or death
On a day MLB released its 60-game regular-season schedule, enough coronavirus tests were botched to throw the entire plan in jeopardy.
Report: Trump Looking to End Obama's DACA Program for Illegal Aliens, Again
President Trump is reviewing a plan to end former President Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program for nearly 800,000 illegal aliens for the second time.
Georgia Gov. Kemp authorizes National Guard after 8-year-old killed
ATLANTA — Georgia’s governor on Monday declared a state of emergency and authorized the activation of up to 1,000 National Guard troops after a weekend of violence in Atlanta left five people dead, including an 8-year-old girl. A statement from Gov. Brian Kemp’s office says troops will provide support at certain locations including the Capitol...
Lin-Manuel Miranda says movie adaptation of ‘Hamilton’ unlikely
“I don’t love a lot of movie musicals based on shows, because it’s hard to stick the landing.”
Here's the best way to take care of your mental health during the pandemic
This is our moment to re-center our lives and our country around a simple but powerful credo: put people first. Covid-19 is our opportunity to recommit to one another, to recognize that human connection is the foundation for greater health, resilience and fulfillment.
Sen. Tom Cotton: 'Woke Champions' on the Left in America Turning a Blind Eye to China
Cotton slammed the left in America for denouncing the United States while turning a blind eye to China's myriad human rights violations.
New GOP-aligned group in Kansas has Kris Kobach as apparent target
An anonymous group with ties to Republicans has just emerged with the apparent aim of targeting Senate candidate Kris Kobach of Kansas, according to sources familiar with the effort.
'Plume' spreads in Baltimore's Inner Harbor; water main break to blame
A water main break was blamed for a reddish "plume" spreading in Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Jets rookie Denzel Mims is no fan of ‘dirty-a–, trash-a–‘ Philadelphia
If Denzel Mims had his preference, the Jets wouldn’t be making a trip to Philadelphia as part of the preseason. The rookie wide receiver, a second round pick out of Baylor, isn’t a fan of the City of Brotherly Love. “I didn’t like that dirty-a–, trash-a—city,” he said of Philly while playing “Call of Duty”...
Narbonne hires Malcolm Manuel to be football coach
Banning junior varsity coach Malcolm Manuel given task of rebuilding City Section powerhouse
Czech team makes ventilators from 'ordinary' parts
A Czech business consultant put together a team of several dozen people that quickly developed a fully functional ventilator out of common machine parts. (July 6)
Alan Dershowitz busy on Twitter after Page Six’s nude beach exclusive
The high-powered celeb attorney continues to insist he was never part of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s crimes.
Jon Huntsman concedes Utah's GOP gubernatorial primary race
Former US Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman has conceded the Republican primary race for governor of Utah to Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox.
Bianca Williams and Ricardo dos Santos on being stopped by the police
Team GB sprinter Bianca Williams has accused the Metropolitan Police of "racial profiling" after she and her partner were stopped and searched in London. Williams and the Portuguese 400m record holder, Ricardo dos Santos, have spoken about their ordeal to CNN Sport contributor Darren Lewis.
Anthony Fauci says current US coronavirus climate is ‘serious situation’
U.S. health official Anthony Fauci said on Monday that the current state of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States “is really not good” and a “serious situation that we have to address immediately.” The United States is still “knee-deep” in the first wave of the illnesses, having never gotten the case number as low...
Grandfather of 11-year-old gun violence victim says police are not the problem: 'Go after the people that look like me that hurt people that look like me'
The grandfather of an 11-year-old boy who was shot and killed by a stray bullet in Washington, D.C. over the weekend told "The Story" Monday that calls to defund the police are "not going to work" as gun-related crimes continue to surge in major U.S. cities.
A woman accused of throwing Molotov cocktail at a police car suggests a protester gave her the device
A White woman accused of throwing a Molotov cocktail at a police car in late May during a George Floyd protest in Brooklyn claims she was given the device by a Black protester, New York prosecutors say.
Disney actor Sebastián Athié dead at 24
Sebastián Athié, star of Disney Channel Latin America's "O11CE," has died at the age of 24.
Dodgers pitcher Jimmy Nelson set to undergo lumbar surgery
Jimmy Nelson, who signed with the Dodgers in the offseason, will not make his debut with the team when the season starts later this month.
Idaho mid-air plane crash kills at least 8 people including 3 kids, investigators confirm
At least eight people, including three children, were killed when two airplanes collided over a scenic mountain lake in northern Idaho, the Kootenai County Sheriff's Office said Monday.
PM Update: Heat index approaches 100 again Tuesday, with some afternoon storms possible
We're stuck on a bad cycle of repeating high heat and humidity.
A woman who allegedly coughed on a baby no longer has her school district job
Oak Grove School District in San Jose announced over the weekend that the woman who allegedly coughed on a baby in a dispute with the mother over social distancing was no longer an employee with the district.
Federal gun, marijuana charges brought in death of Va. officer, officials say
A traffic stop led to the officer’s death, federal prosecutor says.
West Virginia woman convicted in plot to offer top-secret NSA info to Russia
A West Virginia woman who worked on assignments with the National Security Agency while serving in the Air Force planned to give the Russian government top-secret information from the agency, prosecutors said on Monday.
Robert De Niro's Nobu Restaurants and Hotels Took 14 PPP Loans Worth $28 Million
Nobu, the posh, high-end restaurant and hotel chain -- backed by left-wing actor and raging Trump-basher Robert De Niro -- took more than a dozen loans from the Trump administration's Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
Chuck Grassley Will Not Attend GOP Convention over Coronavirus Concerns
Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley announced on Monday that he will not attend the Republican National Convention in Jacksonville this August.
NHL, players' union announce plan to resume play on Aug. 1
The National Hockey League and NHL Players’ Association announced a tentative agreement Monday to return to play this season and extend their collective bargaining agreement by four years.
Only known jointly signed pic of Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump costs $32,500
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Bruno's search for a mate takes a detour. The black bear was tranquilized, moved to safe location after he 'cornered himself' in Missouri.
Missouri conservation agents tracked the bear, which has gained a sizable social media following, and found he "cornered himself" near an interstate.        
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Exclusive--Ron Johnson Sounds Off After Tucker Carlson Bashes Him over Plan to Scrap Columbus Day: 'Grossly Misreported'
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview on Monday that the media "grossly misreported" his proposal to offset the cost of adding Juneteenth as a federal holiday by eliminating Columbus Day.
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House Democrats insert language in federal spending bill ordering removal of Confederate statues from U.S. Capitol
The measure represents the latest effort by House Democrats to remove symbols of the Confederacy and racist ideology from the halls of the Capitol.
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A Florida man visiting beaches dressed as the Grim Reaper says governor should require masks statewide
A Florida lawyer who visits the state's reopened beaches dressed as death itself is calling on Gov. Ron DeSantis to require the public to wear masks.
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239 scientists warn World Health Organization of airborne transmission risks from coronavirus
A group of scientists have sounded the alarm, telling the World Health Organization that there is increasing evidence the coronavirus can stay in the air longer and be more harmful indoors than previously thought. Dr. Jon LaPook takes a look.
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Supreme Court deals major blow to Keystone XL project
The Supreme Court on Monday cleared the way for several pipeline projects to proceed under a fast-track permitting process but excluded the controversial Keystone XL expansion from their ruling, forcing major delays.
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ICE: Foreign Students Must Leave The U.S. If Their Colleges Go Online-Only This Fall
New federal rules will prohibit international students from completing fully online courses of study while in the U.S. Monday's announcement comes as more colleges release their plans for the fall.
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