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Ted Cruz explains public diss of Donald Trump

CBSN contributor Rick Davis and Politico's Jake Sherman discuss Ted Cruz's controversial speech at the RNC. On Thursday, Cruz said he would not be a "servile puppy" and endorse the Republican nominee.
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Mike Pompeo Accuses Liberals of 'Siding with Hamas Terrorists' Against America
At least 212 people have been killed in the Gaza Strip, including 63 children, since Israeli airstrikes began last Monday.
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Israel and Palestinians brace for day of protests after first night without Gaza rocket fire in a week
Israel and the Palestinian territories were bracing for a potentially tense day of protests and strikes Tuesday, as both sides prepare to bury the victims of the deadliest violence the region has seen in years.
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Election Board Claims Trump-Backed Audit Turning Arizona Into 'Laughingstock'
The recount of ballots from the election more than six months ago is being conducted by a firm whose CEO spread conspiracy theories about voter fraud.
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MacKinnon, Grubauer lift Avs to 4-1 win over Blues in Game 1
Gabriel Landeskog found an early way to calm down the Colorado Avalanche — he dropped the gloves and brawled.
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Colts change offseason schedule by cutting deal with players
Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich is always considering new approaches to finish the job.
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Mets Star Kevin Pillar 'Doing Fine' After Being Hit in the Face by Errant Pitch
The impact left Pillar clutching a bloody nose as blood gushed down his face, forcing the New York Mets athlete to walk off the field.
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Pujols delivers RBI in debut, Dodgers top Diamondbacks 3-1
Although Albert Pujols has played at Dodger Stadium regularly for two decades in postseason games, interleague rivalry showdowns and everything in between, the slugger felt like a stranger in a foreign land when he emerged from the home dugout Monday night wearing the Dodgers' famous home whites.
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Arbitrator rules Fury must face Wilder, jeopardizing Joshua fight - reports
A big money heavyweight fight between British champion Tyson Fury and compatriot Anthony Joshua was thrown into doubt on Monday after an American arbitrator ordered Fury to face American Deontay Wilder, according to media reports.
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Venus Williams tells umpire she 'can't control God' following time violation due to heavy winds
Venus Williams received some unwanted divine intervention during Monday's defeat to Anna Karolina Schmiedlova, after she was given a time violation while waiting for heavy winds to die down before serving.
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Man killed in shark attack while surfing on Australia coast
A man has been killed in a shark attack while he was surfing off the coast of Australia on Tuesday morning.
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Ohtani hits 13th home run, Trout injured in Angels' victory
Shohei Ohtani hit his major league-leading 13th home run and the Los Angeles Angels defeated the slumping Cleveland Indians 7-4 on Monday night after star outfielder Mike Trout was injured early.
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'I can't control God,' says Venus Williams following time violation due to heavy winds
Venus Williams received some unwanted divine intervention during Monday's defeat to Anna Karolina Schmiedlova, after she was given a time violation while waiting for heavy winds to die down before serving.
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'I can't control God,' says Venus Williams following time violation due to heavy winds
Venus Williams received some unwanted divine intervention during Monday's defeat to Anna Karolina Schmiedlova, after she was given a time violation while waiting for heavy winds to die down before serving.
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Darvish fans 10 and doubles, Machado HR, Padres beat Rockies
Yu Darvish struck out 10 in seven brilliant innings and also doubled and scored, and Manny Machado hit a two-run homer for the San Diego Padres, who beat the Colorado Rockies 7-0 Monday night for their fourth straight win.
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This supplement can reduce methane in cows and make farmers money
Startup Mootral says its garlic-based feed supplement helps to reduce a cow's methane emissions. These reductions are being converted into carbon credits.
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This supplement can reduce methane in cows and make farmers money
With more than 1.4 billion cows in the world, cattle farming accounts for nearly 10% of all greenhouse gases generated by human activity.
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Staal, Niederreiter lift Hurricanes past Predators 5-2
The Carolina Hurricanes had a building full of rowdy fans again, players back from injury and a strong showing from their captain to help break open a close game.
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Rangers snap 6-game skid with 5-2 win over Yankees and Cole
Even when New York ace Gerrit Cole wasn't his sharpest and was denied in his bid to become the American League's first six-game winner, he set a big league strikeout record — a pitching version of 61 for the Yankees.
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How Anthony Mackie Reacted to Sebastian Stan Playing Tommy Lee
Sebastian Stan is set to star opposite Lily James in the upcoming Pamela Anderson biopic "Pam & Tommy."
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Marchand scores in OT, Bruins beat Capitals to even series
All Brad Marchand had to show for the first 60 minutes of Monday night's game was two penalties for post-whistle antics.
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A rapper posed on a SWAT truck during the Capitol riots and put it on his album. He’s facing federal charges.
Antionne Brodnax, who raps as Bugzie the Don, took a picture sitting on a U.S. Capitol Police SWAT van during the riot and used it as his album cover, federal officials said.
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Cows burps are being used to offset carbon emissions
British-Swiss company Mootral says its garlic-based feed supplement helps to reduce a cow's methane emissions by an average of 30%. Now, its converting those savings into carbon credits.
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Mom Shares Creative Way She Encourages Fussy Children to Try Different Foods
Are mealtimes often a battle owing to fussy children? Well, why not try this mom's very creative hack that makes your kids more adventurous eaters?
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Facebook Calls Links To Depression Inconclusive. These Researchers Disagree
The company has reached out to a number of researchers in recent months, though those same researchers are skeptical about the company's motivations.
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Viral Video of Wrestler's Crotch Set on Fire Watched Over One Million Times
JJ Allin suffered second-degree burns to both of his legs after the stunt went awry at the "Southern Sickness Memorial Cup" in Indiana.
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Over 30 million under flood alerts in the central US
Heavy rain leading to flash flooding impacting areas from southeast Oklahoma to the Mississippi Gulf Coast.. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.
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#ListenFirst: New virtual event kicks off annual National Week of Conversation
America Talks will bring together participants of different backgrounds to jump start healing America's differences.       
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Bride Tells Bridesmaids 'Hit the Gym' Until They Are Size 8 in Brutal Message
A Reddit user's post featuring an alleged text from a bride-to-be has gone viral on the platform. The text requests that bridesmaids lose weight, get extensions, and even donate $500.
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Sean Hannity Tells Prince Harry 'It's Time for You to Move' Over First Amendment
Sean Hannity denounced Prince Harry for calling the First Amendment "bonkers," saying: "This is the same First Amendment that allowed you and your wife to trash your own family."
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'You Can't Just Concede.' How One Expert Explains Negotiating With Cybercriminals
Bill Siegel works with companies that fall victim to the same type of ransomware attack that disrupted fuel supplies across large parts of the South and East Coast last week.
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Biden’s Border Bungling Is Doing the GOP’s Work For It
Al Drago-Pool/Getty ImagesThe border crisis that President Joe Biden refuses to call a “crisis” may not be dominating the headlines but it is bad and getting worse on his watch, and he is under the gun to fix it.That won’t be easy. This is a problem that Biden helped resuscitate with his rhetoric, even before he was sworn in, enticing desperate migrants fleeing violence and poverty to try and illegally cross our border, and then with his move as president to roll back some of his predecessor’s border policies. As The New York Times noted in a story about thousands of migrant children who are crossing the border each week, “Their parents were encouraged to send for them by President Biden’s more welcoming approach to immigration.”Since March, Biden has been telling migrants not to come, but that messaging was too little, too late. This week, Politico reported that “The Department of Health and Human Services has diverted more than $2 billion meant for other health initiatives toward covering the cost of caring for unaccompanied immigrant children, as the Biden administration grapples with a record influx of migrants on the southern border.” That money may help but the fact he had to quietly move it there (never mind what other important “health initiatives” may now be given short shrift) makes it clear how much trouble he’s having handling this surge, or finding a solution past hoping it goes away on its own before it becomes a defining failure of his presidency.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Philippines: Duterte takes office as president
Rodrigo Duterte takes office as the Philippines' 16th president, but the traditional "honeymoon" stage for the tough-talking, anti-crime crusader has soured.
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Drone videos show endangered Bryde whale feeding
Drone footage from Auckland University of Technology shows rare Bryde's whale off the coast of New Zealand.
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Beijing sinking by up to 4 inches a year, study shows
Beijing residents have put up with choking smog, trash-filled rivers and toxic running tracks. Now they have another concern -- sinking.
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China's 'Cape Canaveral' lifts lid on opaque space program
Just as visitors to Florida can visit Kennedy Space Center -- and if they're lucky see a rocket launch -- go to the beach and even visit Disney World, Chinese visitors to Wenchang on Hainan Island now have much the same options.
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Pope, in Armenia, describes mass killing as genocide
Pope Francis, visiting the nation of Armenia this weekend, again described the slaughter of Armenians by Ottoman Empire forces during World War I as a genocide and prayed that such a tragedy never happen again.
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Abu Sayyaf frees woman after months in captivity
Islamist militant group Abu Sayyaf released a Filipina hostage after nine months in captivity in the Philippines.
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Report: China still harvests organs from prisoners
A new report claims that China is still engaged in the widespread and systematic harvesting of organs from prisoners, and says that people whose views conflict with the ruling Chinese Communist Party are being murdered for their organs.
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Tornado, storms kill at least 98 in China
At least 98 people were killed and hundreds more were injured after a tornado -- accompanied by hailstorms, thunderstorms and lightning -- hit eastern China.
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Hong Kong most expensive city for expats
Where does it cost almost $8 to buy a cup of coffee and more than $4 for a liter of milk?
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China's quest for global blockbuster movie
Can China's movie industry go global and take on Hollywood?
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North Korea claims missile test success
North Korea claimed on Thursday to have conducted a successful test-firing of a intermediate-range missile -- an apparent reference to a missile that the South Korean military said was fired into the sea one day earlier.
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Why David Alan Grier Turned Down ‘Saturday Night Live After’ ‘In Living Color’
Randy Holmes/GettyThree decades after they appeared together on In Living Color, David Alan Grier is now playing Jamie Foxx’s father on their new Netflix sitcom Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!—despite just an 11-year age difference between the two comedy icons.On this episode of The Last Laugh podcast, Grier recalls his first impressions of Foxx when he joined that legendary sketch series in its third season and tells some outrageous stories about doing the Super Bowl halftime show, hosting Saturday Night Live twice before turning down a spot in the show’s cast and tackling the rape charges against his one-time mentor Bill Cosby on The Carmichael Show.“I was never on the hip show, the cool show. Never,” Grier says. “When In Living Color came on, it hit so hard, so immediately, I mean, the reference point for all of us was a Black Saturday Night Live. When Eddie Murphy first blew up, there were rumors that Eddie wanted to do a Black Saturday Night Live. So In Living Color was actually that. I remember coming down in this green room we had downstairs and everybody was down there. The coolest, hippest, most famous people. So it was a real buzz, man. And after all those years of working, I was finally on this cool show, this hip show.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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‘F*ck the Olympics’: Inside Japan’s War to Dodge a COVID Disaster
Jung Yeon-Je/GettyTOKYO—As COVID infections and deaths continue to surge in Japan, so does the fiery opposition to the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.Japan is now deep in a fourth wave of COVID-19, and Tokyo is in a state of emergency that will last at least until the end of the month—and probably even longer. The nation averages over 5,000 new cases a day, and last week, Tokyo averaged more than 750 new daily cases. Testing is limited, hospitals in major cities are over capacity, and people are dying at home waiting for medical care. Adding to that, the country’s vaccine rollout is abysmally slow, with less than 3 percent of the population vaccinated and a world ranking of around 110th place.But despite all that, the Japanese government and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) have decided that the Olympics games will go ahead, prompting fury from public figures ranging from prominent politicians, legendary film directors—and even former members of the yakuza, the Japanese mafia.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Every Lamborghini will have an electric motor by 2024
By the end of 2024, every model Lamborghini offers will be a plug-in hybrid, announced CEO Stephan Winkelmann. But don't expect a fully electric Lamborghini supercar anytime soon.
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Every Lamborghini will have an electric motor by 2024
By the end of 2024, every model Lamborghini offers will be a plug-in hybrid, announced CEO Stephan Winkelmann. But don't expect a fully electric Lamborghini supercar anytime soon.
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‘They Can Kiss My Ass’—Climbers Rip National Park Service Over New Rules
GettyIt’s hard to say what’s a more important site to see on a trip to Yosemite Valley—a bear or a rock climber. After all, Yosemite National Park is the mecca of the rock climbing universe, and only growing ever since the explosion of Alex Honnold’s free solo ascent of El Capitan.In the early 1950s, Camp 4 and rock climbing in the Valley became synonymous with counterculture, with a lifestyle of resistance and flying under the radar, a movement which has evolved and become distorted plenty of times over.While climbers and the National Park Service (NPS) historically haven’t gotten along, relations have improved in recent years. But a week ago, the feud was rekindled after the NPS announced a new two-year pilot program that as of May 21 will require climbers to get a permit in advance if they’re planning on spending the night (or several) on a big wall climb. This includes famous climbs like El Capitan, Half Dome, and the Leaning Tower, among others.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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How Dems Can Force Manchin and Sinema to Put Up or Shut Up
Photos GettySenator Kyrsten Sinema is confused. At a private caucus meeting last week, she pointedly asked Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer why Democrats can’t overcome Republican opposition to the major ethics and voting rights reforms that Joe Biden promised voters, and that over 60 percent of Americans across party lines support. But Sinema wasn’t talking about the For the People Act that Schumer hopes to squeak through. She was referring to her own competing legislation.Not to be outdone, last week Senator Joe Manchin announced his own plan to address the GOP’s nationwide war on voting rights, a not-so-subtle way of saying he won’t be signing on to Schumer’s consensus bill, either.If Sinema and Manchin breaking ranks didn’t complicate matters enough, neither is willing to end or even modify the filibuster to get voting rights passed. Instead, they’re telling Democrats—and the millions of Americans at risk of losing their votes in 2022 and beyond—to trust in the myth of Senate bipartisanship. So Schumer should issue an ultimatum: find 10 Republicans to pass your bill or Democrats are taking down the filibuster.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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