MLB teams not able to disclose who goes on on injured due to coronavirus

Finding the status of a baseball player coming back from an ankle injury will be easier than learning whether someone tested positive for coronavirus.       
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Ukranian tennis star Dayana Yastremska responds to blackface backlash
Ukranian tennis star Dayana Yastremska is on the defensive. The 20-year-old issued a response Thursday night after being slammed for posting images of her in what many considered blackface. Yastremska, though, clearly did not think so. “Earlier today I posted pictures that I thought would spread a message of equality,” she posted to her various...
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This teeny record player combines a retro aesthetic with modern technology
People love the nostalgia of a good old record player — but, for many, the disadvantages outweigh the benefits. To put it simply, record players take up a lot of space, meaning, if you live in a tiny, New York apartment, then the simple mass of it may not be feasible. Oh, and the idea...
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After lobbying, Catholic Church won $1.4 billion in virus aid
The Catholic Church used an unprecedented exemption to amass at least $1.4 billion in taxpayer-backed aid.
Tropical Storm Fay lashing East Coast with heavy rain
This breaks the record for the earliest sixth named storm in the Atlantic basin by almost two weeks.
Gupta on CDC director statement: You've got to be kidding me
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta expresses disbelief after CDC Director Robert Redfield told him the US still needs a testing program.
'Pleading' from aides led to Trump agreeing -- after months -- to wear a mask
As coronavirus cases surged in the Sun Belt in recent weeks, one Republican leader after another has come forward to publicly endorse face masks -- and model the practice themselves -- in an attempt to depoliticize their use as a public health precaution.
China says pneumonia possibly deadlier than COVID-19 hits Kazakhstan
Chinese officials claim that Kazakhstan is experiencing an outbreak of “unknown pneumonia” potentially deadlier than COVID-19 — though authorities in the Central Asian country later denied the outbreak is new or unknown, according to a report. The Chinese embassy in Kazakhstan on Thursday informed its citizens that the illness had killed more than 1,700 people,...
How to Watch the Tom Hanks Movie ‘Greyhound’ Online
Though Tom Hanks is heartbroken by the move, his new World War II movie, Greyhound, skipped the theatrical release and is now available to stream on Apple TV+. Greyhound was originally slated to open in theaters by Sony Pictures on March 22, 2020, but was delayed due to the coronavirus. It was eventually sold to...
LAFC defender Jordan Harvey shares a diary of his MLS-Orlando experience
LAFC defender Jordan Harvey shares his diary about life in Orlando, Fla., site of the soccer bubble for the MLS Is Back tournament.
How to decide who gets the Covid-19 vaccine first
Andrew Peterson writes that vaccine allocation must be driven by health outcomes and based on sound evidence.
Expert warns mystery elephant killer could leave herd "decimated"
Something has killed more than 350 elephants in the country's Okavango Delta, and officials hope to have some answers in the coming week.
Why Black Christians are bracing for a 'whitelash'
Trillia Newbell, a Christian author, had just delivered a talk in Jackson, Tennessee, when a White man approached her.
Woman charged in hit and run at Indiana protest that left two injured
An Indiana woman accused of driviving into demonstrators protesting the alleged attempted lynching of a black man has been charged, authorities said. Christi Bennett, 66, of Scottsburg, was charged Thursday with two counts of criminal recklessness and two counts of leaving the scene of an accident. She was arrested Wednesday at a motel and refused...
In private letter to Redskins, FedEx said it will remove signage if name isn’t changed
In a private letter July 2, the company says continued affiliation with the team risks damage to its brand reputation.
Unprecedented Supreme Court term closes with mixed rulings for Trump
Muji files for US bankruptcy in latest coronavirus casualty
Trendy Japanese retailer Muji’s US business filed for bankruptcy Friday, making it the latest corporate casualty of the coronavirus crisis. The minimalist home-goods chain plans to close some unprofitable stores and renegotiate rents in the US after the pandemic forced its 18 American locations to shut down in March, according to its Tokyo-based parent company,...
Jessica Simpson fits into jeans from her 20s to celebrate 40th birthday
Jessica Simpson kicked off her forties with a major throwback by fitting into jeans she's had since her twenties.
Daisy Edgar-Jones Finally Celebrated The Success of ‘Normal People’ In Public — And With a Guinness, No Less
Plus: how she's kept her bangs looking so good in quarantine.
Behind the public bickering: Cuomo, de Blasio’s rocky political relationship goes back decades
The ongoing rivalry between New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, 59, and the state's Governor Andrew Cuomo, 62, has been on full public display throughout the crises of 2020, but their rocky relationship dates back decades.
Why it pays to be a chain during a pandemic
Companies often talk about the benefits of scale. And during a pandemic, it appears bigger can be better.
China Rejects Prospect of Joining Arms Control Talks With U.S.
(BEIJING) — China on Friday rejected any prospect of joining in nuclear arms limitation talks with the U.S., calling reports from Washington that it would do so a distortion of its stated position. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian told reporters the U.S. was “neither serious nor sincere” in the proposed negotiations and should instead respond…
Athletics' Matt Chapman on having no fans in stadium: 'It just plays to our advantge'
Oakland Athletics star Matt Chapman doesn’t seem too worried about not having fans in the stands when the team takes the field at the RingCentral Coliseum later this month.
Disney World's July 11 reopening: 6 things to watch
Disney World is reopening on July 11. CNN Travel previews the big event with six things to watch, including temperature screenings and the dining and ride experiences.
FL governor: If we can open Home Depot, we can open schools
CNN's Bianna Golodroya reports on Florida Gov. Ron Desantis pushing to reopen schools in the fall despite health concerns from other local leaders amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Wildest celebrity fashion
Rihanna isn't alone; celebrities have been stepping out in wild outfits for years... some more often than others.
NY assemblyman blasts 'depraved' vandalism of 9/11 FDNY memorial: 'There is no justification'
There is "no justification" for the desecration of a September 11 memorial dedicated to fallen firefighters, New York State Assemblyman Colin Schmitt said Friday.
McLaren partners with Klipsch for new lineup of racing-inspired wireless earbuds
The top-tier McLaren Edition version comes with trimmed in the race car brand's hallmark Papaya Orange color.
Johnny Depp called Amber Heard a ‘50 cent stripper’ in texts to friend
The vile text, allegedly sent in August 2016, to talent agent Christian Carino was revealed at Johnny Depp's explosive libel trial in London.
Immunity check at sporting events could ensure safety of those attending: report
When sports finally emerge from their slumber, one physician believes proof of immunity can eventually be a way to ensure the safety of those who attend certain arenas.
My great-grandfather carved Mount Rushmore on sacred land. Now is the time to remove it.
Rushmore symbolizes the white male leaders who have utterly, aggressively failed enormous swaths of people who lived on this continent before them.
With coronavirus patients filling up Inland Empire hospitals, nurses are desperate for relief
As hospitalizations surge, nurses in short-staffed hospitals across the Inland Empire say they bear the brunt of the pressure.
Should you send your child back to school? Parents are stressed and divided
Now the debate is over how and when to reopen schools — parents and teachers are divided and worried.
New Movies + Shows to Watch this Weekend: ‘Palm Springs’ on Hulu + More
...Plus meet The Old Guard, get stuck in Vivarium and celebrate winter in July with Last Christmas.
This day in sports: U.S. defeats China in Women's World Cup
A look at some of the greatest moments in sports history to have occurred on July 10.
Editorial: L.A. Unified just made a misstep on school police
The L.A. Unified board let emotion trump reasoning when it suddenly slashed the budget for campus police without waiting for results of a study.
Column: Facebook has failed to control hate speech. Will advertiser demands change anything?
It's long past time for Facebook to take complaints about hate speech and misinformation as more than occasions for navel-gazing.
The political pendulum has swung away from Trump. But there’s time for it to swing back.
Society has moved so far left that there's time for it to swing back before the November elections.
Bindi Irwin had the 'weirdest honeymoon ever' in lockdown with husband at Australia Zoo
Steve Irwin's family stars in hourlong special "Crikey! It's the Irwins: Life in Lockdown," which finds them struggling to manage a zoo in quarantine.
This famous Old Hollywood hotel is for sale — while its former owner is on the lam
Longtime celebrity haunt L'Hermitage Beverly Hills hotel is going to auction next month for at least $100 million.
Soccer on TV: Barcelona and Real Madrid will meet for top spot in La Liga
Top televised soccer matches this weekend feature Barcelona-Real Madrid battling for top spot in La Liga, while rivals Tottenham and Arsenal meet.
10 of our top columns this week: ICYMI
From Biden in the polls to Lincoln's statue and Black history, here are some top columns you may have missed.
Victor David Hanson: Our current protest movement and the fragility of the woke
A TikTok video that recently went viral on social media showed a recent Harvard graduate threatening to stab anyone who said “all lives matter.” In her melodrama, she tried to sound intimidating with her histrionics.
Emily Whitmire vs. Polyana Viana rescheduled for UFC's Aug. 29 event
The UFC has rescheduled the strawweight bout between Emily Whitmire and Polyana Viana for Aug. 29.       Related StoriesUFC 251 weigh-in results (9 a.m. ET)Kamaru Usman not taking Jorge Masvidal lightly: He's 'biggest, baddest' opponent I've facedDefining Fights: UFC 251 co-headliner Max Holloway
Explaining the GOP’s mix of plutocrats and populists
Devotion to its donors pushed the party to the right, Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson argue.
An undiscovered library: My wife’s books
Our literary tastes are very different. Then quarantine left me looking for something to read.
These epic travel disasters will take the edge off your wanderlust
Dengue fever, curious sharks and parasitic worms make sheltering in place seem downright cozy.
Why quarantine led some people to better fitness habits, and how they can maintain them
Focus on reasons, schedule exercise, embrace “good enough” and be creative.
Coronavirus deaths are now rising along with cases and hospitalizations. When will the wave crest?
Coronavirus deaths are now rising along with cases and hospitalizations. When will the wave crest?