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'Not Your Old-School Aryan Nation Guy': Army Case Highlights Evolving Threat

Federal prosecutors say Army Pvt. Ethan Melzer tried to conspire with neo-Nazis and jihadists to ambush his own unit. Researchers say "hybrid" motivations are part of today's extremist threat.
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Scotland's Gaelic language could die out in 10 years, says study
Gaelic-speaking communities in Scotland are in crisis and the language could die out within 10 years, according to a new study.
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Cat miraculously survives 12 minutes in washing machine during hot cycle
His owner says he used up "three of his nine lives."
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Students in Alabama Threw COVID Parties to See Who Would Get Infected First, Say Officials
(TUSCALOOSA, Ala.) — Several college students in an Alabama city organized “COVID-19” parties as a contest to see who would get the virus first, officials said. Tuscaloosa City Councilor Sonya McKinstry said students hosted the parties to intentionally infect each other with the new coronavirus, news outlets reported. McKinstry said party organizers purposely invited guests…
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Balloon trips to the edge of space by 2021
A Florida company plans to fly passengers to the edge of space in a pressurized capsule suspended from a balloon, with test flights starting next year. But is it all hot air?
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White woman pulls gun on black woman, daughter during parking lot argument
A white woman pulled a gun on a black mother and her 15-year-old daughter during a heated caught-on-camera confrontation Wednesday at a Michigan Chipotle. Video of the incident in the eatery’s parking lot in Lake Orion shows the woman, in a black T-shirt, point the gun at the mom, Takelia Hill. “Get away,” the woman...
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NYPD releases images of suspect in slashing of 2-year-old boy
The NYPD has released images of the suspect in the stroller attack of a 2-year-old boy in Morningside Heights. The violent encounter unfolded while a nanny was pushing the boy in a stroller near W. 110 Street and Morningside Drive around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday when the unknown man slashed the boy in the face with...
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Tom Brady thinks ‘football’s fun again’ after leaving Patriots for Buccaneers
Was it reuniting with Rob Gronkowski or leaving Bill Belichick and the Patriots? That remains uncertain, but Tom Brady is having “fun again,” he told his throwing coach, Tom House, in April. After his former tight end with the Patriots was traded to his new team, the Buccaneers, the future Hall of Fame quarterback was...
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Artist uses AI to create stunning realistic portraits of historical figures
Is this artificial intelligence or a time machine?
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Hundreds arrested after police infiltrate secret criminal phone network
An encrypted messaging service used exclusively by criminals has been infiltrated by police in a major operation, leading to hundreds of arrests and the seizure of firearms, drugs and millions of dollars in cash.
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Jeffrey Epstein's longtime associate charged with enticement of minors
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Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello drops police brutality protest song
Rage Against the Machine co-founder Tom Morello has teamed with the Bloody Beetroots, Shea Diamond and Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds for "Stand Up."
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Slain Singer Is Laid To Rest After Days Of Deadly Turmoil In Ethiopia
Since Haacaaluu Hundeessaa was shot dead in Addis Ababa, the country has been riven by ethnic discontent. At least 80 people have died in clashes between protesters and security forces this week.
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‘The Great’ Renewed for Season 2 at Hulu
Huzzah!
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'70s rock pioneer Suzi Quatro says she was never tempted by fame: 'You either go mad or wind up dead'
Suzi Quatro is ready to share her story.
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WWE star Kane, known for mask, votes against mask mandate as mayor
Glenn Jacobs rose to fame as WWE star Kane, the horrifying brother of the Undertaker who wore a mask for much of his career. Now, as the mayor of Knox County in Tennessee, Jacobs doesn’t seem as keen on masks. Jacobs, 53, was the only member of the Knox County Board of Health to vote...
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Formula One mogul Bernie Ecclestone becomes a father again at 89
Baby Ace arrived on Wednesday.
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Ghislaine Maxwell indictment: How Jeffrey Epstein's alleged madame groomed his victims
Jeffrey Epstein's longtime confidant and former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested Thursday and is facing multiple sex abuse charges stemming from an alleged sex trafficking conspiracy involving underage girls. 
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De Blasio calls budget process ‘thoughtful’ after it was ripped by Dermot Shea
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city budget that cut and diverted more than $1 billion from the NYPD was “a thoughtful process” — a day after the city’s top cop said the City Council bowed to “mob rule.” “I understand that the commissioner is grappling with a whole lot right now,” de Blasio said....
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These massive sharks have teeth on their eyeballs
If you didn’t already think the mighty whale shark was impressive, just wait until you hear what scientists found on their eyeballs. In a study published in PLOS One, researchers out of Japan reveal the discovery of what they describe as tiny “teeth” covering the eyeballs of the sharks. The teeth don’t do any chomping,...
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NBA will spend over $150 million on restart in Orlando
Trips to Walt Disney World never come cheap. In order for the NBA to complete its season at ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, the league will spend more than $150 million over three-plus months on the 22 teams taking part, according to ESPN. “It comes into play that we feel an obligation to our...
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Rep. Nadler cruises to expected Democratic primary win
Nadler (D-NY) earned 62 percent of the vote in the heavily Democratic 10th Congressional District, which covers most of the west side of Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn.
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The Dodge Durango Hellcat is a family SUV that can go 180 mph
For when you need to get the kids to soccer practice -- and you need them there now -- Fiat Chrysler will soon offer the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat, a three-row SUV with a 710-horsepower supercharged V8 engine.
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Airport in Taiwan offering fake flights for travel-starved tourists
TAIPEI – Starved of the travel experience during the coronavirus lockdown? One Taiwanese airport has the solution – a fake itinerary where you check-in, go through passport control and security and even board the aircraft. You just never leave. Taipei’s downtown Songshan airport on Thursday began offering travelers the chance to do just that, with...
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Staten Island Ferry to resume regular rush-hour service next week
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‘Conan’ to ditch quarantine, tape at LA comedy club Largo
He will be the first late-night host to move out of quarantine.
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Why have deaths stayed steady while Covid-19 infections are spiking?
Kent Sepkowits wrties that there could be many reasons why the coronavirus death rate has remained steady, but a crucial issue affecting mortality is whether the raging epidemic in southern states will result in the virus further spreading into nursing homes.
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Why have deaths stayed steady while infections are spiking?
Covid-19 cases have recently spiked across the southern half of the United States. Given the reopening of states that exposed more individuals to contagion, this trend is not surprising. What is surprising is that the case fatality rate is so low, at least for now.
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The 710 hp 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat is the most powerful SUV ever
Hellcat V8-powered SUV will hit 180 mph.
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Meghan McCain Turns on the GOP: “People Are Really Starting to Jump Ship”
"We have serious problems in the Republican party right now."
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See the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat with 6 seats and 710 horsepower
According to Fiat Chrysler, its Dodge Durango Hellcat is the most powerful production SUV ever made.
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Prosecutors announce Ghislaine Maxwell charges at press conference
Prosecutors in Manhattan will formally announce the charges against Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell on Thursday. The press conference will be livestreamed on the Facebook page for the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York. Maxwell was arrested Thursday morning on charges she groomed young women to have sex with Epstein beginning...
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Kobe Bryant will be on cover of NBA 2K21 'Mamba Forever' editions
Late Lakers star Kobe Bryant is among three cover athletes for NBA 2K21 and will grace the front of two "Mamba Forever" editions.        
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Bolton slams Trump's approach to world leaders as "naive and foolish"
In an interview on "The Takeout" podcast, former national security adviser John Bolton told Major Garrett that the president's approach to international negotiations is "naive and foolish." "I think he believed, and he said this to many people in this country and overseas, he can make deals on major issues in a day's worth of negotiations," Bolton said. The full interview airs Friday and Saturday at 9 p.m. ET on CBSN.
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Christina Ricci gets protective order against husband James Heerdegen
The Los Angeles Police Department responded to an alleged domestic battery incident on June 25.
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Company shares shocking model of future remote worker as pandemic continues
Yikes!
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'No idea what to expect': All eyes on Major League Baseball as Spring Training 2.0 gets underway
This will be a training camp, played in every team's home ballpark instead of their traditional spring-training facilities in Florida and Arizona       
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Reconsidering my 'American Girl' doll dreams
Hannah Boufford writes that though Kitt Kittredge, the American Girl doll, inspired her to pursue journalism, the pandemic is making her think twice about her career choice.
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7 summer date ideas for couples in quarantine
Coronavirus doesn't have to cancel romance. Here are 7 summer date ideas for you and your significant other to enjoy while staying safe from COVID-19.       
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Bill Gates partly blames Facebook, Twitter, for coronavirus spread
With coronavirus cases continuing to rise across the U.S., Bill Gates has partly laid the blame on social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter, saying they can do better at curbing the spread of misinformation about the virus.
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A free concert with La Santa Cecilia's La Marisoul: Your must-watch of the day
La Marisoul closes out Union Station's live Summer Sessions series. Here's how you can catch the concert at home.
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NHL to announce two hub cities in Canada: reports
Training camps are scheduled to begin on July 10.
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‘Dark’ on Netflix Season 3 Episode 6 Recap: “Light And Shadow”
What you have here is a story of people being ground down by forces they can barely comprehend and cannot control.
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Dustin Poirier prefers next UFC title shot comes right way: 'I don't want to slide in ... I want to earn it'
Don't expect Dustin Poirier to volunteer his services should Khabib Nurmagomedov or Justin Gaethje fall out of their title unifier.       Related StoriesQuarantine classics: The 5 best UFC fights during the pandemicBest at the break: Naming MMA's midyear award winners for 2020Eric Albarracin: Paulo Costa, Israel Adesanya as 'TUF' coaches would result in 'level 10 type of intensity' 
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Kissing lipstick goodbye: Are facemasks wiping away the simple joy of cosmetics?
Will lipstick become irrelevant in the era of face masks? A killer virus is affecting yet another aspect of lifestyle and well-being.       
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Kobe Bryant to be featured on NBA 2K21's 'Mamba Forever' edition
Kobe Bryant will grace the cover of NBA 2K21’s “Mamba Forever” edition.
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San Francisco to end mug shot release in effort to stop perpetuating racial stereotypes
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco police will stop releasing the mug shots of people who have been arrested unless they pose a threat to the public, as part of an effort to stop perpetuating racial stereotypes, the city’s police chief announced Wednesday. San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott and outside police experts said they believe...
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The cult-favorite Baby Foot peel is disgusting — and it totally works
Baby Foot, the infamous foot peel, has created some of the most amazing (but kinda gross) before-and-after pictures on the internet. So of course we had to give it a shot.
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Tammy Bruce: Trump prioritizing law and order with move to protect monuments from mob
The president is illustrating that law and order is of paramount importance and is at the foundation of everything else.
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