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See Hong Kong streets hours after law takes effect

On the first day that the national security law imposed on Hong Kong by China comes into effect, Hong Kong police have made an arrest under the controversial law. CNN's Will Ripley reports.
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Giancarlo Esposito hosts investigative show about ‘real-life Breaking Badders’
"The Broken and the Bad" is hosted by Giancarlo Esposito — aka Gus Fring.
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Another player tests positive for coronavirus in MLS Orlando bubble
At least 22 players have tested positive for the coronavirus since entering the MLS quarantine bubble in Orlando last month.
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Schools are Trump's latest Covid concern
Schools are scheduled to open their doors as soon as one month from now.
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Virgil Abloh’s next Louis Vuitton menswear show is going global
Leave it to Abloh to bring fashion — and the hype that he inevitably inspires — everywhere.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Old Guard’ on Netflix, in Which Charlize Theron Kicks Butt Forever, Almost Literally
A story about immortal superheroes in a genre that will never die.
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Tom Hanks dives into his birthday: 'This Greyhound is 64!'
Tom Hanks is ringing in his 64th birthday with a splash. 
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The Harper’s Letter Is What Happens When the Discourse Takes Precedence Over Reality
Civil society is more than the feelings of professional writers and academics.
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White House fills top Russia job previously occupied by two impeachment witnesses
The White House has tapped Ryan Tully to be the top official on Europe and Russia at the National Security Council, making him the fifth person to occupy that job in the last three and a half years of the Trump administration, three sources familiar with the decision told CNN Friday.
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What's on TV Saturday: Sunday Talk shows: 'Hotel Paranormal'
What's on TV Saturday, July 11, plus Sunday Talk shows: "Hotel Paranormal" on Travel; "Crikey! It's the Irwins"; movies on TV
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Elon Musk just became richer than Warren Buffett
Tesla CEO Elon Musk just zoomed soared past Warren Buffett on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index to become the world's seventh wealthiest person.
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Elon Musk just became richer than Warren Buffett
Tesla CEO Elon Musk just zoomed past Warren Buffett on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index to become the world's seventh wealthiest person.
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Recovery of bodies begins next week at Hard Rock Hotel site in New Orleans
Crews in New Orleans are expected to begin Monday the recovery of the bodies of two workers who died nine months ago when the Hard Rock Hotel collapsed during construction.
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'A bit rusty': NHRA returns to Lucas Oil Raceway after longest absence in recent history
Tony Shoemaker and NHRA returns this weekend for E3 Spark Plug Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway.        
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Autopsies show COVID-19 victims had blood clots in ‘almost every organ,’ doctor says
Autopsies found blood clots in “almost every organ” of coronavirus victims, according to a top New York City pathologist, who called the results “dramatic.” Early on, doctors found blood clots “in lines and various large vessels” of COVID-19 patients, Dr. Amy Rapkiewicz told CNN on Thursday. But then autopsies showed the damage was far worse....
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Michael Dukakis bashes Trump, says voters must 'get this guy out of the White House before he destroys us'
Former Massachusetts governor and 1988 Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis told "Your World" Friday that while former Vice President Joe Biden "should win" the White House in November, "anybody who thinks it's going to be easy is kidding himself."
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Army Secretary announces independent review of command culture following Vanessa Guillen's death
Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy has directed an independent "comprehensive review" following the death pf Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen. 
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Phoebe Robinson's imprint, Tiny Reparations Books, will amplify marginalized voices
Phoebe Robinson, star of "2 Dope Queens," has transitioned from writing to publishing to making social change.
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California to sue Trump admin over foreign students decision
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra explains to CNN's Wolf Blitzer his decision to sue the Trump administration to allow international students to stay in the US, adding that there are real consequences to what President Donald Trump is doing to students.
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Adding toll lanes to Maryland Beltway, I-270 could require government funds, study finds.
Maryland officials have said the highway expansion would come at “no net cost” to taxpayers.
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Gregg Jarrett: Biased anti-Flynn rogue judge exceeds authority by refusing to dismiss wrongful charges
Judge Emmett Sullivan, who presides over what the Justice Department now admits was the wrongful prosecution of President Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, refuses to dismiss the case despite an outstanding order from a higher court to do so.
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Michigan Rep. Elissa Slotkin warns Dems about polls favoring Biden: The Trump vote is 'fundamentally undercounted'
Michigan Rep. Elissa Slotkin is warning other Democrats who believe Joe Biden is the heavy favorite to win the presidential election based on recent polling. 
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he’s still not seeing anyone
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he’s still one of New York’s most eligible bachelors. Cuomo, 62, who split from longtime girlfriend Sandra Lee last year, twice said “no” when asked if he was dating during a radio interview Friday. “What happened to the woman you are recommending,” Cuomo playfully asked WAMC radio interviewer Alan Chartock after...
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Outerknown takes up to 70 percent off for Summer Warehouse Sale
You can stock up on sustainable fashions with Outerknown’s Summer Warehouse Sale. During the sale, which launches on July 12, the popular fashion brand is taking 70% off apparel, shoes and accessories. Standouts include a variety of swim trunks, tees and dresses. Whether you’re looking for chic looks or summer fits, you’re sure to find...
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Coronavirus spikes could mean return to lockdowns, WHO warns
The World Health Organization said Friday that countries may have to lock down again as coronavirus cases continue to spike worldwide, with over 12 million now reported — more than double the amount reported six weeks ago. “We all want to avoid whole countries going back into total lockdown, that is not a desire that...
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Over 150 Minneapolis officers file disability claims after death of George Floyd
MINNEAPOLIS — More than 150 Minneapolis police officers are filing work-related disability claims after the death of George Floyd and ensuing unrest, with about three-quarters citing post-traumatic stress disorder as the reason for their planned departures, according to an attorney representing the officers. Their duty disability claims, which will take months to process, come as...
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Despite hopes that it would, summer weather has not stopped virus’s spread in the U.S.
Newly reported cases of the novel coronavirus in the United States reached their highest levels in July and continue to ascend, suggesting that it will take a lot more than heat to slow its spread.
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Law firm says Bill Cosby still owes over $2.75M in legal fees
The firm says because of 10 percent interest that has accrued, they are now owed $2.98 million.
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With no end in sight, where does Scott Dixon stack up among IndyCar's all-time greats?
After winning back-to-back races to start 2020, and as he approaches several all-time records, Scott Dixon's place in history may already be cemented.        
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The Irwin family documents COVID-19 lockdown in a zoo in Animal Planet series
Most people are restricted to their homes these days — and for the Irwin family, that's a giant zoo.
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As the pandemic surges, old people alarm their adult kids by playing bridge and getting haircuts
These ‘lions of the human race’ have a different take on risk management, experts say.
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Video shows Houston man helping officer with arrest: 'Don't get on his neck now'
A passerby recorded Houston police making an arrest on the sidewalk in front of a gas station—and then helped them deescalate the situation by getting directly involved, according to reports.
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Juice Wrld gets new life with his posthumous album, ‘Legends Never Die’
Juice Wrld gets new life with his posthumous third studio album, “Legends Never Die.”
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Rao’s bows to popular demand by making full menu available for takeout
Just text Rao’s manager Marc Mel for info at (646) 200-1787.
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Jada and Will confirm her relationship with August Alsina
On an episode of "Red Table Talk," Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith explain what happened when Jada started a relationship with singer August Alsina.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Twelve’ On Netflix, Where Each Member Of A Jury Brings Their Lives Into A Sensational Murder Case
The lives of the jurors in a well-publicized Flemish murder case are examined in this new drama.
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Saints' Malcolm Jenkins calls DeSean Jackson's anti-Semitic posts 'a distraction'
The controversy surrounding DeSean Jackson’s anti-Semitic social media posts this week continued to spiral on Friday.
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Jada Pinkett Smith confirms August Alsina relationship while she and Will were split
Jada Pinkett Smith confirms she had a romantic relationship with singer-songwriter August Alsina — but she and Will Smith both say they've worked through it.
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Subway stations flood as Tropical Storm Fay batters NYC
Leaks of many shapes and sizes sprung up on subway platforms, track and mezzanines across the city Friday afternoon, according to video.
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Coronavirus, Hagia Sofia, Frozen Drinks: Your Friday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Pro sports starting vast, science-based experiment in Covid re-entry
America's major pro sports leagues' plan to return for play potentially has a great deal to teach the rest of us, writes Kent Sepkowitz. Science matters. Testing really matters. And having a Plan B. In football, we call this 'making halftime adjustments. In actual life, we call this 'being a reality-based adult," he says.
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‘Uncut Gems’ Co-stars Kevin Garnett and Adam Sandler to Develop Series About Brooklyn’s Lo Lifes
Garnett and Sandler are heading back to New York for their next project, but they're staying far away from the Diamond District.
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Brooklyn’s US attorney tapped for Justice Department role
The top federal prosecutor in Brooklyn is leaving his post for a job at the U.S. Justice Department in Washington. Richard Donoghue, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, told his staff Thursday that he will become the top deputy to Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey A. Rosen. The change takes effect July...
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Citing COVID threat, judge blocks first federal execution in 17 years; sides with victims' family
A judge delayed the first federal execution in 17 years, a resurgence of the deadly coronavirus and the risk it poses to witnesses.       
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Connecticut judge dismisses charges against 2 men convicted of murder 35 years ago
A Connecticut judge on Friday dismissed all criminal charges against two men who spent decades in prison after their murder convictions were vacated last year.
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Trump's New Hampshire rally postponed due to weather concerns
Trump's New Hampshire rally has been postponed due to weather concerns as Tropical Storm Fay heads northward.
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Kudlow lays out 'four things every citizen should do' to ensure schools, businesses stay open
White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Friday that schools have to reopen for in-person classes this fall because many parents can't work if their children have to learn at home.
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Letters: To play or not to play, this is the MLB question
Letters to L.A. Times sports for July 11
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Div. III NESCAC the latest conference to cancel fall sports
The New England Small College Athletic Conference has canceled all fall sports for the upcoming school year, the conference announced Friday. The presidents of all 11 schools released a joint statement, saying the new safety protocols on campus led them to their decision. “In keeping with public health guidance, each of our institutions has put...
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