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Alleged Inwood Hill attacker probed in similar Prospect Park incidents
The suspect behind attacks on three women in Inwood Hill Park was ordered held without bail on Sunday while authorities probe his connection to similar violent assaults in Brooklyn's Prospect Park.
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NJ Borough May Not Further Challenge Homeowner's Anti-Biden Signs if It Loses in Court
The owners of the home and the signs are now being represented by the ACLU.
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White Sox vs. Brewers prediction: Bet on Brandon Woodruff
The Midwest’s best will take center stage on “Sunday Night Baseball” when the Chicago White Sox and Milwaukee Brewers duel in Wisconsin. Though White Sox starter Lance Lynn ranks second in MLB in ERA among qualified starters, he has made just six road starts this season and has not been as dominant — posting a...
Unhappy Cardinals star Chandler Jones requests trade
All-Pro defensive end Chandler Jones has requested a trade from the Cardinals due to being unhappy over his contract status, according to reports.
'The Jungle Cruise' premiere aims for the 'joy and nostalgia' of Disneyland
Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson celebrated Disneyland as much as their new film based on the Jungle Cruise ride at the premiere.
Osaka kicks off Olympic campaign with a victory
On GPS: Covid's Delta variant wreaks havoc
Tom Frieden and Devi Sridhar join Fareed to break down what can be done in the face of the highly contagious Delta variant.
Carl Bernstein: Trump is a 'war criminal'
Veteran journalist and author Carl Bernstein called former President Donald Trump a "war criminal" on "Reliable Sources" Sunday.
Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington recovering after heart surgery
The last active original member of Lynyrd Skynyrd was recovering Saturday night after recently undergoing an emergency heart procedure.
Body found in Shenandoah National Park believed to be missing Virginia woman
Based on the preliminary identification of the remains, the search for Julia Christine Devlin has been suspended, Shenandoah National Park said in a news release.
Gottlieb says U.S. likely "much further in this epidemic than we're picking up"
Gottlieb said that could mean "hopefully we're going to turn a corner" in the next two to three weeks.
NBC’s Olympic opening ceremony watched by fewest viewers in 33 years
On all of NBC's platforms — including the network, stations and apps — 17 million people watched the event on Friday, NBCUniversal said in an email.
On GPS: King Abdullah II of Jordan
The Jordanian monarch joins Fareed for a wide ranging discussion on the Middle East and the King's relationship with President Biden.
'Jeopardy!' producers are about to pick a new host
LeVar Burton is set to guest host "Jeopardy!" this week, and the show is expected to name a replacement for the late Alex Tebek later this summer. Oliver Darcy and Claire Atkinson discuss the possibilities.
Julie K. Brown on the importance of local journalism
Julie K. Brown's new book "Perversion of Justice" expands on her Jeffrey Epstein investigation for the Miami Herald and documents the decline of local news. When a newspaper closes in a community, "I think that the community will be more prone to having corrupt leaders," she says.
Tokyo Olympics 2021 medal counter
Over 11,000 athletes from 206 countries traveled to Japan this month for a chance to medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Opening ceremony ratings reflect NBC's Olympic challenge
Will NBC be one of the winners or losers of the Summer Olympics? Claire Atkinson discusses the relatively weak ratings for the opening ceremony and says NBC will also be judged "on whether this is a big success for Peacock, which is their big entrant into the streaming arena."
Med student Lee Kiefer wins historic Team USA gold medal: ‘Oh my God!’
A fourth-year University of Kentucky medical student became the first American to win an Olympic gold medal in individual foil fencing on Sunday.
CNN's Jake Tapper Confronts Pat Toomey on GOP Resistance to Jan. 6 House Committee
"Why do you think so few in your party seem to want to take this seriously and get to the bottom of happened on Jan. 6?" Tapper asked the Pennsylvania senator.
Demonstrators protest against vaccine passports in France, Italy and Australia
The World Health Organization is warning that countries are in the early stages of another global wave of COVID-19 infections and deaths.
Are There Real Soccer Players in ‘Ted Lasso’?
Also, are the actors actually playing football?
Trump says ‘woke politics’ contributed to US women’s soccer upset at Olympics
Former President Donald Trump says "woke politics" contributed to the US Women's soccer team's dismal opening performance in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
‘RHOP’ star Robyn Dixon’s husband says ‘be better’ as wedding plans stall
Robyn Dixon's husband, Juan Dixon, tells her to "be better" while she shares her daily struggles on Sunday night's episode of "The Real Housewives of Potomac."
Ruth Ben-Ghiat on Trump's 'strongman' tendencies
"Strongmen: Mussolini to the Present" author Ruth Ben-Ghiat says Donald Trump "has the same personality traits as many of these leaders I've studied," including a "massive ego, megalomania, 'only I can fix it'" attitude. Ben-Ghiat also discusses propaganda techniques.
GOP Lawmaker Barred From 1/6 Committee Blasts Pelosi: 'She's Only Interested in a Narrative'
Indiana's Jim Banks said Sunday that Pelosi "only wants members on this committee who will stick to her talking points."
Stelter: Narcissism may explain Trump's election delusions
Brian Stelter says Donald Trump's continued promotion of the Big Lie makes sense "when viewed through the prism of narcissism." He also points out that political reporters are becoming more explicit about describing Trump's "delusions."
US men's basketball's first Olympic loss since 2004
France beat the US men's basketball team 83-76 at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, ending Team USA's 25-game Olympic winning streak that dates back to 2004.
US men's basketball team defeated by France for first Olympic loss since 2004
France beat the US men's basketball team 83-76 at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, ending Team USA's 25-game Olympic winning streak that dates back to 2004.
City, nonprofit canvassers go door-to-door promoting COVID-19 vaccines amid delta variant surge
Volunteer groups in a number of cities have started going door to door to promote COVID-19 vaccinations as the threat of the Delta variant grows more severe, according to reports.
Darcy: Right-wing media continues to sow doubt about vaccines
Brian Stelter says any change in tune about vaccines was subtle and short-lived on Fox. "What you see in right wing media is this general anti-vaccine rhetoric," Oliver Darcy says, even though the vaccines were developed while Donald Trump was president.