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LeBron James reinjures ankle, uncertain for Denver Nuggets on Monday

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James reinjured his right ankle on Sunday night and his status is unclear for Monday night's game against the visiting Denver Nuggets.
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'Most Advanced' Crab Leaves 'Unimpressed' Internet Arguing Over Superior Species
A woman's joking tweet worded to imply that crabs are more advanced than any other species has caused many to come up with humorous ways of proving humans are still on top,.
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Ethiopian soldiers armed with guns and grenades raid hospital featured in CNN report
Ethiopian soldiers armed with machine guns, sniper rifles and grenades raided a hospital in Ethiopia's war-torn northern Tigray region earlier this week in retribution, doctors say, for a CNN investigation that revealed Ethiopian and Eritrean troops were blocking humanitarian aid to patients there.
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Lollapalooza to return at full capacity
Lollapalooza is coming back.
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Former Ohio Rep. Renacci moves closer to primary challenge against DeWine, saying GOP governor is 'failing'
As he seriously considers launching a Republican gubernatorial primary challenge against former senator and current first-term Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, former Rep. Jim Renacci says that if you look at the state's statistics, DeWine is "failing."
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Disney brings back character dining with health and safety protocols in place
Dinner with Mickey is served.
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ESPN will air multi-part documentary series about Derek Jeter in 2022
At the Disney upfront, ESPN announced a multi-part documentary series based on ex-Yankees captain and Marlins CEO Derek Jeter. Randy Wilkins directs.      
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A New Crowdsourcing App Hopes to Serve as the ‘Green Book’ for LGBTQ People of Color
As Black Americans prepared to travel in Jim Crow-era America, they might have consulted the Green Book—an extensive travel guide of hotels, restaurants, gas stations and more that welcomed Black customers. The guide, which published annually from the 1930s into the 1960s, became a crucial tool for Black Americans navigating racist and segregationist laws. Today,…
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'Tiger King' star Jeff Lowe's zoo raided by authorities who seized dozens of animals
Authorities raided Jeff Lowe’s Thackerville, Oklahoma zoo once again and seized dozens of animals that were being held there by the “Tiger King” star.
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Restaurant Owner Faces Backlash Over 'Blame China' For COVID Sign
Kimberly Yacone told Newsweek that the restaurant "has been closed now for months as we can't get help. We blame the COVID-19 situation on the communist Chinese government and along with it the government giving excessive benefits to the non-employed to sit at home."
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In Arizona, Republicans accidentally created a robust demonstration of the shoddiness of their fraud claims
The 'audit' is forcing Republicans to side with or against reality.
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3-time U.S. Olympic hockey medalist Kacey Bellamy retires
Kacey Bellamey, a three-time Olympian who helped the United States end a 20-year gold medal drought at the 2018 Winter Games, announced her retirement Tuesday.
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Former USC president, ousted after sex abuse scandal, still earning millions a year later
A year after the USC president stepped down in the wake of a sex abuse scandal, C.L. Max Nikias received almost three times his base pay.       
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President Biden expresses support for Israel-Gaza cease-fire
The White House says President Biden expressed support for a cease-fire in a call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joined CBSN with more.
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Teen Captures Extremely Detailed Image of the Moon by Combining 50,000 Different Photos
Prathamesh Jaju, a 16-year-old, resident of Pune, India, went viral on Reddit after sharing a photo of the moon that took 50,000 images and more than 40 hours to capture.
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What is breakthrough COVID and who's most at risk?
Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, during a briefing Tuesday defended the agency’s updated approach to monitoring breakthrough coronavirus infections, or COVID-19 occurring after a person is fully vaccinated.
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Joshua-Fury fight hits snag after Wilder ruling in US
The all-British fight between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury to become undisputed world heavyweight champion has hit a snag.
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ESPN, ABC set college football game times for marquee matchups during Week 1
ESPN and ABC have released the schedule for the major college football matchups of Week 1, with Clemson vs. Georgia highlighting Labor Day weekend.      
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'iCarly' cast denounces racism after new cast member of reboot talks the hate she's gotten
Miranda Cosgrove and the "iCarly" cast are denouncing racism after a new member of their upcoming reboot opened up about hate she's received online.       
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Taliban on women's rights, terror ties
The Taliban's official spokesman tells CBS News' Charlie D'Agata that the insurgent group has no problem with women enjoying "basic rights," and insists any ties with al Qaeda and ISIS have been severed.
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House to vote on bill to address anti-Asian hate crimes
The bill, which was approved in the Senate last month, is expected to pass in the House.
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Why Do Kamala Harris and Doug Emhoff Make Way More Money Than Joe and Jill Biden?
Both couples have released their tax returns.
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ABC Reveals Fall Schedule: ‘Big Sky’ Moves to Thursdays, ‘The Bachelorette’ Returns
The Bachelorette returns, Big Sky shifts to Thursday evenings, and Black-ish will say farewell.
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First look: ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ movie trailer brings musical new life
Ben Platt will reprise his role as the titular character, a high school loner who has trouble making friends. The movie also stars Amy Adams, Oscar winner Julianne Moore, Kaitlyn Dever and Amandla Stenberg.
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Lollapalooza will return to Chicago in July as the first major multi-genre festival since the COVID-19 pandemic
The lineup for Lollapalooza, running July 29 to Aug. 1, will be announced at 10 a.m. Wednesday, with tickets going on sale two hours later.      
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‘We don’t know exactly what they are’: Obama says UFO sightings appear real
The former president also said the government doesn't have a stash of alien specimens.
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Nolte: Disgraced CNN Worked with Pro-Hitler Contributor for Seven Years
For seven whole years, between 2014 to 2021, far-left CNN worked with a pro-Hitler freelancer named Adeel Raja.
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‘The Underground Railroad’ Episode 7 Recap: Amazing Grace
Clocking in at just over 16 minutes, The Underground Railroad Episode 7 rockets right by.
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Where To Watch Lakers vs. Warriors NBA Play-In Game and What Time
The Lakers and Warriors meet in the Western Conference Finals! Wait, no. I mean... the play-in game?! For the seventh seed?!
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Exclusive – Steve Scalise Almost Four Years After Shooting: ‘I Just Started to Pray’; God ‘Truly Performed Miracles That Day’
Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) said God performed miracles on the day he was shot at a congressional baseball practice game in June 2017.
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Darren Till inspired by Charles Oliveira's rise to gold: 'I know for a fact in my life I will be a UFC champion'
Seeing Charles Oliveira go through a turbulent road to becoming champion has motivated Darren Till.       Related StoriesVideo: What's the most intriguing matchup available for newly minted UFC champion Charles Oliveira?Daniel Cormier is right: 10-8 scores for Michael Chandler at UFC 262 are inexcusable | OpinionMeet 'The Ultimate Fighter 29' cast: Dustin Lampros explains how Tyron Woodley played key role in career 
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Flash flood emergencies in Louisiana while double-digit rainfall deluges Texas
Lake Charles, ravaged by hurricanes in the fall, had its third wettest day on record Monday. More excessive rain is forecast.
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Mother Cat and Her Newborn Kittens Found Living in a Bird's Nest
According to rescuers, a "doting dad" tomcat, who grooms and plays with the kittens, was also discovered with the group.
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Céline Dion says she’s ‘not thinking’ about ‘falling in love again’ after husband René Angélil’s death
The Grammy winner is gearing up for a Las Vegas residency.
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WH adviser makes appeal to young to get vaccinated
A top White House aide made his pitch for young people to get vaccinated personal, sharing the struggles his own son has dealt with on an ongoing basis since contracting COVID-19 last fall. (May 18)      
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How to use American Rescue Plan funds to invest in women
States and local governments will have to decide how to spend $350 billion in flexible, federal aid that will be distributed as part of the plan, and they should use it to invest in women so that it is possible for millions of them to enter or re-enter the workforce and remain in it, write Joanna Mikulski and Molly Dillon.
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Trial begins for farmer accused in notorious murder of Mollie Tibbetts
Jury selection has begun in the trial of immigrant Cristhian Rivera, the man accused in the brutal murder of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts
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Treasure Hunters Bring Likely Korean War–Era Mortar to Bar, Prompting Bomb Squad Deployment
A press release issued by the Wadena County sheriff's office in Minnesota described the mortar round as "possibly live."
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Drew Barrymore on Woody Allen: I was 'gaslit'
Drew Barrymore recounts her experience working with Woody Allen and how having kids changed her outlook on the famed director who's been accused of sexually abusing his young daughter.
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Tallulah Willis 'resented' looking like dad Bruce: How she copes with body dysmorphic disorder
Tallulah Willis is opening up about struggling with body dysmorphic disorder and is providing advice for others battling with the disorder.     
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Pompeo calls on China to release evidence disproving Wuhan lab leak theory: 'Come on, bring it'
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on China Tuesday to release evidence that disproves the theory that COVID-19 originated at a lab in Wuhan.
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De Blasio becomes instant meme after donning Brooklyn Nets gear
Mayor Bill de Blasio became an instant meme Tuesday when he donned a black Brooklyn Nets jersey under his open blue button-down shirt, and never-worn flat-brimmed Nets hat for his morning press briefing Tuesday.
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RHOBH’s Sutton Stracke: Living in Kyle Richards’ house made us closer
The “Housewives” are mixing business and friendship.
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Tesla in autopilot mode crashes into parked police car
Authorities in Washington state are investigating a crash involving a Tesla vehicle in "autopilot" mode that collided with a stopped police car over the weekend.
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CDC reportedly loses second top official in a week amid mask guidance confusion
Anne Schuchat had a decorated three-decade stint at the CDC. On two occasions she served as the CDC's acting director and was the agency's second in command since 2015.
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Why the United Nations is stuck on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
The deadly ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the kind of challenge you might think the United Nations could address. After all, it played a major role in establishing Israel as a state more than 70 years ago, what Palestinians refer to as the Nakba or "catastrophe." But it's not doing much on this one.
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Latest Updates on Andrew Brown Case: Body Camera Footage Released By Elizabeth City Police
"I find that the facts of this case clearly illustrate the officers who used deadly force on Andrew Brown Jr. did so reasonably and only when a violent felon used a deadly weapon to put their lives in danger," District Attorney Andrew said.
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