Member for a day: Charity auctions golf club access to help front-line workers

“What can I do to help?’’ How many of us have asked that question of ourselves across the past three months? It’s a question that undoubtedly has confronted those who’ve been fortunate enough not to have become a part of the frightening statistics associated with the COVID-19 pandemic — whether it’s the millions who’ve contracted...
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2020 Chicago Marathon canceled due to coronavirus pandemic
The race was originally scheduled for October 11.
Wear Beijing’s denunciation as a badge of honor
Congratulations to Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) and US Ambassador for Religious Freedom Sam Brownback: You’ve angered the monsters in Beijing. China’s rulers on Monday sanctioned the four pols, plus the Congressional-Executive Commission on China, in an effort at a tit-for-tat after Washington imposed penalties on several Chinese officials...
Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez Mets bid adds NFL star power
Steve Cohen may have more money, but Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez clearly have more star power, and they’re adding to that base of recognizable names.
Davell Gardner’s killing should shock NY politicians out of their NYPD-bashing madness
Maybe the senseless death of little Davell Gardner will finally shock the city’s leaders into supporting the NYPD instead of hobbling it. The attack that wound up killing the 1-year-old was plainly a gang hit: Up to three men drove up in a dark SUV, parked right by the picnickers — and opened fire. Gang...
Aaron Judge sits again as list of Yankees uncertainties grow
Ten days from Tuesday, the Yankees open a 60-game season that doesn’t have a blueprint for anybody to follow. However, the Yankees could be without several key players when they face Nationals ace Max Scherzer next Thursday evening in Washington. The headliner among the possible absentees is Aaron Judge. When spring training 2.0 started earlier...
Watters raps critics of Roger Stone commutation: 'Bill Clinton, didn't he pardon his brother?'
"The Five" co-host Jesse Watters claimed Monday that critics of President Trump's decision to commute the prison sentence of longtime Republican political consultant Roger Stone are mostly upset that the "witch hunt got exposed."
Rockets' Westbrook has virus, as NBA bubble faces first test
Houston's Russell Westbrook hasn't made it to the NBA restart yet.
Trump Administration Floats Summit With Britain, China, France and Russia for U.N. Anniversary Amid Pandemic
Pompeo spoke to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov about the possibility of an event “in the near future”
No changes to SEC football schedule as conference continues wait-and-see approach
Commissioner Greg Sankey says the SEC isn't ready to follow the Big Ten and Pac-12 in canceling nonconference football games this fall.
Mary Trump free to promote her tell-all book after judge lifts temporary restraining order
Get ready to see Mary Trump on television.
'Glee' cast remembers Naya Rivera: 'What a force you were'
The 'Glee' family came together Monday to honor actress Naya Rivera, whose body sheriffs were 'confident' they had found in Lake Piru.
Major league teams try to ramp up the competition in camp
Well-traveled Milwaukee Brewers first baseman-outfielder Logan Morrison figures it will be easy for him to adjust to games without spectators this season.
Analyst: Redskins rebranding is necessary
Washington's NFL team is shedding the "Redskins" name and logo after pressure from sponsors and criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans. An analyst says the team was forced to rebrand after financial backers demanded it. (July 13)
Lawyer Arthur Aidala details plans for Friars Club re-opening
"Floor to ceiling, everything inside’s being totally redone."
Betsy DeVos’ Uneducated Posturing
With a Secretary of Education like her, is there any hope?
University says 'Eyes of Texas' will remain school song despite Black athletes' protest
The University of Texas on Monday said it is taking a series of actions to make its Black students feel more welcome on campus, but stopped short of shelving “The Eyes of Texas,” a song sung at most organized campus events that many athletes have called for getting rid of because of its racist origins.
Stolen Disney memorabilia worth thousands found in online auction, authorities say
Sacramento County sheriff's deputies recovered most of the stolen items, valued at $35,000, and arrested a suspect in the theft.
Seattle mayor plans to move 911, other functions outside police department
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan announced plans on Monday to move certain functions away from the police department along with a proposed $76 million cut to its budget while criticizing a proposal backed by elected leaders to defund the police force by half.
'Rest sweet Naya': 'Glee's Jane Lynch, more Hollywood stars react to Naya Rivera's tragic death
"Glee" cast members and Hollywood stars mourned the loss of Naya Rivera following confirmation of her death in a tragic accident six days ago.
Mueller considered speaking up earlier against Trump and Barr's attacks, sources say
Former special counsel Robert Mueller chose to break his silence and defend his investigation because an inflammatory and factually incorrect White House statement
California is back on coronavirus lockdown. And we have no one to blame but ourselves
No tattoos. No touch ups. No Pilates. No God. It's Lockdown 2.0, SoCal style.
Who is Heather Mascoe? Meet the Mother of Thomas Ravenel’s 3rd Child
Mascoe gave birth to Ravenel's third child June 29, the former Southern Charm star confirmed today.
Neiman CEO Geoffroy van Raemdonck bags big checks after waiving salary
The boss of Neiman Marcus has been getting paid lavishly to lead the swanky chain out of bankruptcy — and that’s ruffling feathers in the rank-and-file. On March 30, Geoffroy van Raemdonck — a Belgian-born luxury merchant who was named chief executive two years ago — declared he was waiving “100 percent” of his salary...
Mitch Albom op-ed: 'Tepid' response to DeSean Jackson's anti-Semitic posts 'should enrage us'
Famed sportswriter and author Mitch Albom slammed the "tepid" response to anti-Semitic posts made by Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
Kelly Preston dies at 57 after battle with breast cancer
Hollywood is in shock following an announcement from John Travolta that his wife, actress Kelly Preston, has died from breast cancer at the age of 57. Carter Evans has a look back at her life and career.
Cuomo defends nursing home report as lawmakers set hearings on senior deaths
ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday defended his state Health Department’s internal report on New York’s response to coronavirus in nursing homes as the state Legislature announced the dates for hearings on the administration’s handling of the crisis that killed some 6,600 seniors in the facilities. The DOH report released last week was based...
Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island could reopen next week, report says
Two of New York’s biggest attractions — the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island — could reopen as soon as next week, according to a new report. A spokesman for the National Park Service told NBC New York that the landmarks are still on track to reopen next Monday if New York City moves into...
Ford Bronco is back and aiming to steal 4x4 sales from Jeep
With their new Bronco, Ford has made it clear the company plans to go after the market dominated by the Jeep Wrangler.
Ted Williams slams AOC over 'BS' claim about NYC crime surge: 'We are in a very dark place in this country'
Fox News contributor and former Washington D.C. police detective Ted Williams called Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s comments on New York City’s crime uptick “BS" Monday, after she claimed last week that the violent crime surge was due to an increase in shoplifting caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sparks to open 22-game season against the star-packed Phoenix Mercury on July 25
The Sparks' 2020 season will have a different feel, but the opener July 25 against the Phoenix Mercury on national television could generate excitement.
National Junior College Athletic Association says fall sports will move to spring 2021
The National Junior College Athletic Association announced Monday that it will be moving some of its fall sports, including football, to spring 2021.
WNBA season scheduled to tip off on July 25
The WNBA season is scheduled to tip off July 25 with all games that weekend dedicated to the Black Lives Matter movement.
How the pandemic is reshaping the 2020 presidential race
Our new CBS Battleground poll shows Joe Biden with a six point lead over President Trump among likely voters in Florida, a tie in Arizona and the president with just a one point lead in Texas. Now, all three states are struggling with a surge of COVID-19 infections. Ed O'Keefe reports.
He's the actor behind Zuko, Rufio and so many more
Dante Basco has been entertaining us since we were kids. Honestly, it feels like his face and voice were everywhere growing up. Basco first caught our attention playing Rufio, the triple-mohawked leader of the Lost Boys in the 1991 film "Hook." He also made his mark as the nerd who famously yelled out "Yo, Stacey, talk to me, talk to me, talk to me, baby" in 1995's animated "The Goofy Movie." In more recent years, he has voiced epic animated characters like Zuko from "Avatar: The Last Airbender," Jai Kell from "Star Wars Rebels" and Jake Long from "American Dragon: Jake Long." As adults, it's a real treat to catch up with Basco in Los Angeles. The busy actor tells us how he got started in show business and reminisces about working with director Steven Spielberg and the late Robin Williams on "Hook" and "Star Wars" legend Mark Hamill on "Avatar: The Last Airbender."
House Dems release Berman interview transcript, as GOP says Barr ‘acted appropriately’ in ousting prosecutor
The House Judiciary Committee released Monday the transcript of its interview last week with former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman.
Men suspected of Holocaust survivor's murder will go on trial in Paris
Two men suspected of murdering a Holocaust survivor in Paris during an alleged anti-Semitic attack will stand trial over her death, the Paris prosecutor's office told CNN on Monday.
"Get Me Roger Stone" filmmaker on how Stone's loyalty paid off
"Get Me Roger Stone" filmmaker Dylan Bank explained the president values "loyalty above all."
Will Walmart require shoppers wear masks nationwide? CEO says mandate is 'something on our minds'
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said Monday the retailer currently requires masks at 3,700 stores and a national mandate is "something that's on our minds."
Robinson Cano’s cloudy status has Mets facing roster decision
The resumption of spring training 2.0 on Tuesday will bring an increased focus on roster construction for Mets officials. With only 10 workout days remaining until Opening Day, following Monday’s mid-camp break at Citi Field, the biggest personnel question might be whether the team can count on Robinson Cano and Brad Brach as part of...
Richard Quest's emotional return to flying
CNN's Richard Quest takes a flight from Newark to London for the first time in four months, after taking a break due to the coronavirus pandemic. He describes his emotional journey.
Indians, other teams pressured after Redskins drop nickname
The spotlight for change is shining on the Cleveland Indians.
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Squirrel tests positive for plague in Colorado
A squirrel has tested positive for the bubonic plague in Colorado. According to health officials, the squirrel is the first case of plague in The Town of Morrison, Jefferson County, which is about 17 miles southwest of Denver. “Plague is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Yersinia pestis, and can be contracted by humans and household...
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US declares most of China's maritime claims in South China Sea 'completely unlawful'
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US declares 'most' of China's maritime claims in South China Sea illegal
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday announced a formal rejection of "most" of China's maritime claims in the South China Sea, the latest in the escalation between Washington and Beijing.
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Jeff Sessions and President Trump's rocky history
Jeff Sessions was one of President Trump's biggest supporters during the 2016 election. Now Sessions is running for Senate and Trump has endorsed his opponent.
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Former U.S. Attorney says William Barr pushed him to resign
Last week, the former top prosecutor in the Southern District of New York, Geoffrey Berman, told lawmakers that Attorney General William Barr pushed him to resign from his post. CBSN legal analyst and former New York County assistant district attorney Rebecca Roiphe spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about the impact of Berman's testimony.
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Richaun Holmes, Bruno Caboclo break NBA bubble quarantine rules
A pair of NBA players have broken the league’s bubble rules — and it’s only been a week. Sacramento Kings center Richaun Holmes on Monday announced on Twitter that he “briefly and accidentally” crossed the campus line at the NBA’s Disney bubble in Orlando, Fla. to pick up a food delivery. He said that he...
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Arizona lake ‘electrocution incident’ leaves 1 dead, 2 critically injured
One person was killed and two others critically injured at a lake in Arizona on Sunday night after a possible electrocution incident, according to officials. The Peoria Fire Department said crews were originally dispatched to a report of a possible drowning at Scorpion Bay on Lake Pleasant, located north of Phoenix. Peoria Fire Captain Mario Bravo...
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