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Lili Reinhart apologizes for using topless photo to demand justice for Breonna Taylor's death: 'Truly sorry'

Lili Reinhart is apologizing to fans for posting a “tone deaf” photo on social media.
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Blaze aboard USS Bonhomme Richard ship in San Diego still raging
More than 400 sailors on Monday were still struggling to extinguish the massive fire raging aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard in San Diego — and Navy brass can’t say how long it will take to put it out. The fire has brought down the ship’s forward mast and caused other damage to the ship’s superstructure...
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Flossie Wong-Staal, pioneering HIV/AIDS researcher, dies at 73
One of NIH’s leading female scientists, she led research that helped produce seminal findings about the human immunodeficiency virus HIV virus in the 1980s.
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Guy Fieri's restaurant closed 3 days after opening due to COVID scare: report
Now is apparently not a good time to go to Flavor Town.
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Hong Kong virologist claiming coronavirus cover-up tells 'Bill Hemmer Reports': 'We don't have much time'
A Hong Kong virologist who fled to the U.S. earlier this year told "Bill Hemmer Reports" in an exclusive interview Monday that that lives could have been saved if the Chinese government hadn't censored her work.
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Mary Trump’s Book Shows How Donald Trump Gets Away With It
The gossip is a sideshow. The real virtue of this book is its psychoanalysis of the enablers.
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Jay-Z, Rihanna demand justice for a black college student shot dead by a white cop
A group of A-list celebrities is calling on the Department of Justice to investigate the tragic death of an unarmed black Pace University junior who was fatally shot by a white Westchester cop in 2010.
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De Blasio visits mom of slain Brooklyn 1-year-old, vows to catch killer
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday visited the grieving mother of a 1-year-old Brooklyn boy killed by a stray bullet, paying his respects and vowing to catch the man responsible. “I told her we were here for her,” Hizzoner revealed to reporters after the meeting on the same Bedford-Stuyvesant block where tragic tot Davell Gardner...
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Mysterious rock art discovered in megalithic tombs in Israel
Rock art, believed to be over 4,200 years old, has been discovered on megalithic burial sites in Israel.
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Why one woman sought out strangers’ darkest secrets on Craigslist
Those range from tales of sex addiction to extreme depression, falling out of love with a spouse to becoming an escort to pay for drugs.
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Listen to Episode 9 of ‘Amazin’ But True’: Will Steve Cohen Buy the Mets? feat. Turk Wendell
Will Steve Cohen end up becoming the new owner of the Mets? That is the $2 billion question on the latest episode of the “Amazin’ But True” podcast with me and former Met Nelson Figueroa. We talk about Cohen’s big pockets, his reported bid and the difference he could make to the future of the...
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Kings' Richaun Holmes, Rockets' Bruno Caboclo quarantined over violation of bubble rules
Sacramento Kings' Richaun Holmes crossed campus line to pick up food delivery and Houston Rockets' Bruno Caboclo left room during quarantine period.       
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Federal judge blocks Georgia abortion law
A federal judge on Monday permanently blocked Georgia's 2019 "heartbeat" abortion law, finding that it violates the U.S. Constitution.
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Miami Hospital ICU Doctor: New Influx Of Patients Is Younger Than Before
Dr. David J. De La Zerda, the director of medical ICU at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, says that many of the patients he's seeing are people in their 20s, 30s and 40s with no medical history.
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Watch: Startup CEO harasses Asian diners
Startup founder Michael Lofthouse was filmed hurling racist insults at an Asian family in a California restaurant.
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U.S. Military Is Sending Medical Staff To COVID-19 Hotspots
More than 700 military health professionals are being sent to southern and western states where cases have skyrocketed, military officials say.
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NBA says only 2 players tested positive for COVID-19 during Orlando bubble quarantine period
The NBA said just two out of 322 players tested positive for COVID-19 during the quarantine period at the Disney bubble.        
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Group patrols streets amid spike in gun violence
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Like her dad, Gov. Cuomo, Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo says she’s looking for love
ALBANY — Welcome to “Keeping up with the Cuomos.” Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s youngest daughter made a social media pitch for love Monday after her famously picky father left her sister’s beau — “the boyfriend” — dangling off a cliff in his latest political poster. “There’s more room for significant others on #boyfriendcliff if anyone’s feeling...
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Naya Rivera, star of 'Glee,' dead at 33 after disappearing from boat
Naya Rivera, who found fame playing Santana Lopez on the hit series "Glee," has died after going missing during a boat ride with her 4-year-old son, Ventura County Sheriff William Ayub announced at a press conference on Monday.
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Wesley Lowery Talks About Being Black in the Newsroom and the Myth of Objectivity
Witnessing, and participating in, an overdue reckoning.
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Schools, Businesses, Cities Push Back On Rule Blocking Some International Students
The Trump Administration says it will ban international students in the fall if their education is online-only. Colleges and businesses say that decision could devastate the economy.
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Remembering Rick Rose, veteran who died from covid-19 on July 4th
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
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Dr. Sanjay Gupta: lack of adequate coronavirus testing in the U.S. was the 'original sin'
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
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Justice Department releases Roger Stone clemency grant after inquiry from judge
The Justice Department has made public President Trump's order commuting the prison sentence for his longtime friend and adviser Roger Stone.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Foodie Love’ On HBO, A Spanish Comedy Where Two Thirtysomethings Fall In Love Over Their Love Of Food
Two people who meet via a foodie dating app fall in love with each other and the food they love in this new romantic comedy.
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Trump administration rejects nearly all Beijing's claims in South China Sea, a move likely to inflame tensions
The shift in US policy is likely to further inflame US-China tensions and could provoke fresh retaliatory steps from Beijing.        
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Trump’s a major factor in Tuesday’s primaries, as ex-AG Sessions fights for political life in Alabama
While the influence of political endorsements is always debatable, there’s little argument that President Trump’s backing in a Republican primary can make a big difference.
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The poverty of cancel culture and other commentary
Iconoclast: The Poverty of Cancel Culture The intellectuals being canceled “by the new revolution” were “products of the last cultural revolution” — and that one was a lot more fun, observes Matt Taibbi on his blog. The “animating principle” of the “sixties liberation movements” was that “once ignorance was conquered, we would be free to...
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Naya Rivera lent her immense talent to 'Glee.' Here are her greatest musical numbers
"Glee" star Naya Rivera, who died during a boat outing with her son last week, was known for showstopping performances on the series. Here are the 10 best.
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Buckingham Palace now selling gin — Queen Elizabeth’s drink of choice
If being the head of the troubled Windsor dynasty has become too much, Queen Elizabeth could be forgiven for reaching for the gin bottle.
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The 10 best cloth face masks you can buy online
We tested cloth face masks and coverings from top brands to find which ones are comfortable, breathable, and worth the money.       
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Trump and the American presidency's pardon powers
Not even Richard Nixon went this far.
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California Governor Again Shuts Down Bars and Indoor Dining Statewide in Effort to Stem Latest COVID-19 Surge
After Gov. Newsom passed order for 19 counties on July 1, he extended it statewide on Monday
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Coronavirus cases pass 13 million worldwide
More than 13 million people worldwide have now contracted the coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University. The milestone came Monday, with more than 570,000 people dead from the virus worldwide, according to the university’s COVID-19 case tracker. The United States leads the globe in total reported cases, with more than 3.3 million, the tracker shows....
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Naya Rivera: Authorities are 'confident' body found at Lake Piru is former 'Glee' actress
Authorities said on Monday that they are "confident" the body found in Lake Piru belongs to former "Glee" actress Naya Rivera. 
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Boob job nightmare behind Charlotte Flair’s WWE disappearance
WWE star Charlotte Flair has been hailed for her candidness by fans after revealing the real reason behind her break from the ring. The 10-time women’s champion explained that she is undergoing surgery to fix a cosmetic issue from a previous boob job. The 34-year-old was written off WWE television last month in a storyline...
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Banning airplane middle seats could dramatically help cut coronavirus risk on flights
Eliminating the middle seat on planes may help cut already low on-flight coronavirus risk even more, a new research paper from Massachusetts Institute of Technology has suggested. The paper, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, pegs the risk of contracting COVID-19 from nearby passengers on a full flight at about 1 in 4,300. According to...
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Angelina Jolie advocates to ensure 'education for refugee children' amid coronavirus: ‘We must find ways’
Angelina Jolie wants education in select countries to continue amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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NYPD schools cop charged with molesting girl
A 43-year-old NYPD school safety officer who allegedly raped a girl over five years starting when she was 6 was arrested Monday, according to police and sources. Jean Isidor Jean Baptiste, of Brooklyn, was arrested around 7 a.m. Monday and hit with seven charges, including rape, predatory sexual assault against a child, criminal sexual act,...
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McConnell: No recovery bill without lawsuit protections for 'everyone related to the coronavirus'
A new plan under development by the White House and Senate Republicans to deal with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is expected to include financial incentives to push schools to reopen while also shielding health care workers and companies against lawsuits, Republicans said Monday, a move that will spur a fight with Democrats.
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Can Trump fire Fauci? Technically, no
President Donald Trump on Monday sought to downplay tension with Dr. Anthony Fauci after a White House official shared a statement that appeared to undermine the nation's leading infectious disease expert.
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Naya Rivera, 'Glee' actress, dies at 33
Naya Rivera, the actress best known as Santana Lopez on Fox's hit musical TV series "Glee," was found dead Monday after going missing last week on Lake Piru.
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Strong winds could have been a factor in Naya Rivera’s drowning: diver
Robert Inglis, of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Search & Rescue Team, speculated that gusts on Lake Piru pushed the "Glee" actress' pontoon away from her after she went for a swim.
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Ahead of UFC on ESPN 13, Ryan Benoit's main goal is to fight more consistently: 'I just want to be back to being busy'
Ryan Benoit's octagon inconsistency has been his biggest battle to date.        Related StoriesDespite rankings, Calvin Kattar didn't hesitate to accept UFC on ESPN 13 fight vs. Dan IgeMakwan Amirkhani has title run in mind after second straight anaconda choke winEmotional Abdul Razak Alhassan hopes accusers face karma: 'I really hope they get what they deserve' 
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Houston Rockets forward accidentally breaks quarantine in Orlando: report
Houston Rockets forward Bruno Caboclo will not engage in any team activities for the next eight days after he accidentally broke quarantine.
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Team sports cannot be played without physical distancing, L.A. County says
The recent surge in COVID-19 infections could force the CIF to announce July 20 a delay in the high school sports season.
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First federal execution in 17 years delayed once again
Murderer Daniel Lewis Lee was slated to die by lethal injection even though the victim's family objects due, among other things, to concern they could be exposed to the coronavirus by attending.
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Armed group gathered at monument to 'keep an eye on the statues'
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