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Mueller on Stone: "He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so"
Mueller defended his two-year investigation into ties between Russia and President Trump's 2016 campaign in an op-ed.
Let’s play Jello shot Jenga to ease our pandemic stress
Custom woodworker Brian Calteaux invented the variation on the Hasbro classic.
Former USA Gymnastics coach arrested for sexual lewdness with a minor
A former USA Gymnastics coach has been arrested for multiple counts of lewdness with a minor, according to Las Vegas police. Terry Gray, 52, was arrested Friday by sex crimes detectives, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Gray coached in Las Vegas from 2009 to 2015 and was suspended by USA Gymnastics in...
‘He Remains a Convicted Felon’: Mueller Defends Russia Probe as Trump Commutes Roger Stone’s Prison Sentence
He said he felt compelled to respond to “broad claims that our investigation was illegitimate..."
Former child stars reveal sex abuse, emotional trauma of Hollywood
"E.T." star Henry Thomas: "I pissed my pants the first time I was in the spotlight."
Trump dons mask in public for the first time, months after public health experts said everyone should
Trump has disparaged his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, for wearing a mask and publicly downplayed the importance of face coverings during the pandemic.
What Trump learned from Newt Gingrich
As much as outlets like Fox News and Breitbart News constantly adulate President Trump, CNN political analyst Julian Zelizer writes that the mainstream media has made Trump succesful. He probably learned that, Zelizer says, from Newt Gingrich.
What Exactly Is Going on With Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith?
The Smiths would like to be excluded from August Alsina’s conversation.
President Trump Wears Face Mask in Public for First Time During Pandemic
COVID-19 has raged across the U.S. since March and killed at least 134,000
Katz's Deli offers outdoor dining for first time in its 132-year history
For the first time in its 132-year history, Katz's Deli, a New York City staple known for its pastrami sandwiches, is adding outdoor seating in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Trump Wears Face Mask in Public for First Time During Coronavirus Pandemic
The president's decision to be seen wearing a mask at Walter Reed National Medical Center was reportedly the result of lots of insistence from aides.
Businesses including Apple and General Motors ask Trump to keep DACA in place
A group of top business leaders asked US President Donald Trump in a letter on Saturday to keep a program that protects nearly 800,000 young immigrants from deportation, stating that the economic recovery from the pandemic could be hurt if it is rescinded.
'My heart is full of sadness': Faithful stunned by destruction of San Gabriel Mission fire
'My heart is full of sadness' Faithful stunned by fire ripped through San Gabriel Mission
Bulked-up Bryson DeChambeau might change golf like Tiger Woods once did
Remember Tiger Woods? Remember the way he changed the game, how he was longer and stronger than everyone else and how he left fellow competitors not only in his wake but in awe? Remember how Tiger’s peers scrambled to copy what he was doing, which was work out like a fiend and become fitter than...
Coronavirus ravages parts of the US as New York sees record lows
More Americans are dying from coronavirus nationwide as the pandemic rages in the southern and western parts of the country, statistics show. More than 134,600 people in the US have now died of COVID-19, a figure that’s increased over the last two weeks — with 27 states, including Florida, Texas, California and Arizona, seeing a...
Georgia boy plays trumpet as a tribute to front-line workers
While most 12-year-old boys are busy watching TV or playing video games at night, there's a kid in Georgia who never misses a performance for his heroes. Mark Strassmann reports.
'I thought this was a hoax': Patient, 30, dies after attending 'COVID party,' doctor says
Young people are increasingly catching and spreading coronavirus, and similar parties have been reported in other areas of the nation.
Shortage of coins in circulation causes concerns for small businesses and consumers
There is a shortage of coins in circulation as many businesses are no longer accepting cash as payment. But some experts warn that the emerging trend can be harmful for smaller businesses and low-income consumers who rely on coin transactions. Michael George reports.
Jalen Rose: Knicks’ top choices should be Jason Kidd, Mark Jackson
If ESPN maven Jalen Rose ran the Knicks, his top two choices for head coach is one guy the team is not considering and one who figures as a long shot. Mark Jackson and Jason Kidd. “Two of the greatest minds to ever play basketball deserve another chance,’’ Rose told The Post. Jackson, a former...
Turkey's Erdogan formally designates Hagia Sophia as a mosque
Turkey's President Erdogan issued a decree on Friday formally changing the status of the Hagia Sophia from a museum to a mosque. The decision was met with controversy as the historical landmark has roots in both Christianity and Islam. Holly Williams reports.
This group is donating wedding gowns to health care workers on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic
A nonprofit organization is helping health care workers treating coronavirus patients have the wedding of their dreams by providing them with free wedding gowns.
More Americans choose to vacation locally than abroad amid coronavirus pandemic
As the coronavirus pandemic puts a damper on air travel and vacationing abroad, many Americans are satisfying their travel needs by taking vacations in their local areas. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Los Angeles is in the grips of a heat wave this weekend
Saturday's high reached 89 degrees in downtown Los Angeles, 99 in Pasadena, 105 in Van Nuys and 104 in Palmdale and Lancaster.
Mueller defends Stone prosecution and says 'his conviction stands' in Washington Post op-ed
Former special counsel Robert Mueller, in a very rare move, has written an op-ed for The Washington Post defending his office's prosecution of Roger Stone and saying he is still a convicted felon and "rightly so" in light of President Donald Trump's commutation of Stone.
World Council of Churches "dismayed" by Hagia Sophia decision
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan formally converted the former museum back into a mosque Friday and declared it open for Muslim worship.
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‘SNL’ star Colin Jost reveals his mom’s 9/11 nightmare story 
"My mom said she was waiting to die," Jost writes.
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Trump wears face mask in public for first time during coronavirus pandemic
President Trump visited the Walter Reed Military Hospital Saturday where he was spotted wearing a face mask in public for the first time amid surging cases of coronavirus in the U.S.
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Trump seen wearing face mask in public for first time
"I've never been against masks, but I do believe they have a time and a place," Trump told reporters.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Last Christmas’ on HBO, in Which Emilia Clarke Works Hard to Save a Cheesy Holiday Mess
Someone give Clark and Michelle Yeoh a spinoff workplace comedy.
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Video: Davey Grant opens UFC 251 with savage knockout of Martin Day
Davey Grant started Saturday's highly anticipated UFC 251 event with a spectacular knockout.        Related StoriesThe War Room: Dan Hardy breaks down Kamaru Usman vs. Jorge Masvidal at UFC 251UFC 251: Usman vs. Masvidal live streaming watch-along with MMA Junkie Radio on SportsCastrDana White: No pressure on Khabib Nurmagomedov to fight so soon after father's death 
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Trump wears mask for the first time in public
President Trump was seen wearing a mask in public on Saturday while he toured the Walter Reed Military Medical Center. Meanwhile, the president is receiving backlash for his decision to commutate the sentencing of his longtime advisor Roger Stone. Nikole Killion reports.
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Mueller defends Stone prosecution and says 'his conviction stands' in Washington Post op-ed
Former special counsel Robert Mueller, in a very rare move, has written an op-ed for The Washington Post defending his office's prosecution of Roger Stone and saying he is still a convicted felon and "rightly so" in light of President Donald Trump's commutation of Stone.
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Trump Wears Mask In Public For First Time During Walter Reed Visit
"I love masks in the appropriate locations," Trump said Saturday. The president's frequent refusal to wear a face covering has stoked controversy, especially as coronavirus cases rise across the U.S.
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Ashes of Mexican COVID-19 victims blessed at St. Patrick’s Cathedral
It was a somber, solemn burden being carried at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Saturday, where the cremated remains of Mexicans who died of COVID-19 were given a blessing before their journey home. Jorge Islas Lopez, the Consul General of Mexico, in a black suit, tie, and wearing a white face mask, carried a dark wooden box...
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San Francisco tech CEO steps down from company, enrolls in 'anti-racist program' after tirade against Asian family
Michael Lofthouse has resigned as CEO and cut all business ties with his San Francisco-based tech company Solid8 after a video surfaced showing him making racist comments to an Asian family.
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Former Russia special counsel Robert Mueller defends Roger Stone prosecution in wake of Trump commutation
Robert Mueller challenges President Trump: Roger Stone was 'prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crimes.'       
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'Broken Heart Syndrome' has increased during coronavirus pandemic, study shows
A new study released by the Journal of the American Medical Association on Thursday found that cardiomyopathy, or "Broken Heart Syndrome," has increased during the coronavirus pandemic.
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"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, July 11, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Jamie Yuccas."
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Trump Reportedly Suggested Selling Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria
Elaine Duke, who was acting secretary of Homeland Security, said Trump responded to the hurricane's devastation like a businessman.
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Trump defends decision to commute Roger Stone's sentence
President Donald Trump defended his decision to commute Roger Stone's prison sentence, a commutation that CNN legal analyst Elie Honig says could have a potential criminal angle.
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Andrew McCarthy: Dems attacking Trump for Roger Stone clemency defended outrageous Clinton and Obama pardons
I can’t get too whipped up over President Trump’s commutation of Roger Stone’s 40-month sentence for nonviolent criminal obstruction of a bogusly based and ridiculously over-prosecuted investigation.
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Thousand Pour Into Disney World for Grand Reopening After Coronavirus Shutdown
Walt Disney World's grand reopening in Orlando, Florida, drew thousands of guests on Saturday, as the popular destination opened its doors for the first time since March after closing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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UFC 251: Official scorecards from Fight Island in Abu Dhabi
Check out the official scorecards from all 13 fights at UFC 251 at Flash Forum at Yas Island in Abu Dhabi.        Related StoriesUFC 251: Best photos from Fight Island in Abu DhabiPhotos: EA UFC 4 screenshotsPhotos: UFC 251 official weigh-ins and faceoffs 
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Lakers' LeBron James explains why he won't wear message on jersey during NBA restart
James said the NBA's agreed upon choices for jersey messages "didn't really seriously resonate with my mission, with my goal."       
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DeAndre Baker witness saga sets up tricky Giants decision
Is he worth the trouble? This is a question new Giants head coach Joe Judge must be wrestling with right now regarding troubled second-year cornerback DeAndre Baker. Sometime across the next 17 days before the Giants’ scheduled training camp report date of July 28, Judge is going to have to make one of the most...
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Michael Flynn could make a campaign comeback for Trump, insiders say
As Michael Flynn’s three-year legal drama nears its end, some of President Trump’s allies are hyping a new job for the ousted national security adviser: campaign surrogate. “He’s the perfect example of deep-state victimization,” former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich told Politico. “Great surrogate — lots of people would come to see him.” Flynn,...
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Naya Rivera’s mother breaks down at California lake where actress went missing
The actress' mother and brother also donned life vests and boarded a boat to help with search efforts today.
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150 Minneapolis Police Officers Want 'Duty Disability' for PTSD over Protests
At least 150 Minneapolis police officers have filed for disability, citing post-traumatic stress disorder as their reason for leaving following weeks of crime and turmoil after George Floyd's death.
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