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Amazon in deal with German watchdog to overhaul marketplace terms

Amazon has reached a deal with Germany's anti-trust authority to overhaul its terms of service for third-party merchants, who had complained of unfair treatment when selling through the world's biggest online retailer.
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Axios interview reveals the real outrage of Trump's presidency
There is no question America has a big Donald Trump problem, writes Jill Filipovic. But the monster is of our own making: It is largely conservative White Americans, long subtly encouraged in their bigotries and entitlements by Republican politicians seeking power, that made Trump, and has brought our nation to its knees.
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De Blasio announces NYC coronavirus checkpoints to make sure people adhering to quarantine rules
The New York City Sheriff's Office will be overseeing coronavirus checkpoints to remind visitors to quarantine.
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'She Dies Tomorrow' is a freaky horror movie made more contagious thanks to COVID-19
Amy Seimetz made 'She Dies Tomorrow' as a way to deal with her own anxiety, but the horror film about contagion finds timely resonance amid COVID-19.       
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30 cute loungewear pieces under $30 on Amazon
With the work-from-home life continuing for so many of us, there's no better time to invest in loungewear pieces and sets that can last through the year.
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Could ‘Black Widow’ Get a Disney+ Release like ‘Mulan’?
How marvelous is this release strategy for Disney?
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N.C. man helps saves neighbors during tornado
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Bill signed allowing alcohol home delivery in Ga.
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Teacher rescues students from flooded day care
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UConn cancels football season due to pandemic
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State gaming inspectors return to Indian casinos
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'Back to school' photos spark controversy
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Property owner opens truck depot in neighborhood
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Some schools want immunity from COVID-19 lawsuits
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Woman gets absentee materials for dead husband
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Dr. Dre’s wife is challenging prenup in $1 billion divorce
"I was extremely reluctant, resistant and afraid to sign the agreement and felt backed into a corner."
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Priyanka Chopra details how she and Nick Jonas stay connected to family during coronavirus pandemic
Priyanka Chopra revealed she and Nick Jonas have been able to adjust to their “new normal” during the coronavirus pandemic.
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NFL players taking coronavirus opt-outs will still be paid: Here's how much
Any player considered a “high-risk” case for COVID-19 is eligible for a $350,000 stipend.
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Frank Camacho vs. Brok Weaver joins UFC's Sept. 12 lineup
A lightweight matchup between Frank Camacho and Brok Weaver is the latest addition to the UFC's Sept. 12 lineup.        Related StoriesDana White's Contender's Series 27: Grading the winnersUFC on ESPN+ 32 free fight: Derrick Lewis rallies to stop Marcin TyburaDana White confirms Yair Rodriguez injured, out of fight vs. Zabit Magomedsharipov 
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TV host Richard Bacon shares video of his car going up in flames on LA's Pacific Coast Highway
TV host Richard Bacon escaped a terrifying car incident in Los Angeles, Calif., on Tuesday.
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Joe Biden won't travel to Milwaukee for 2020 DNC because of coronavirus concerns
Citing concerns over coronavirus, orgnaizers announced Wednesday that speakers for the convention will no longer travel to Milwaukee.       
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Trump Bashing Activist Alyssa Milano Announces ‘Who’s the Boss?’ Revival in the Works
A sequel series to classic sitcom Who’s the Boss?, featuring original stars Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano, is in development at Sony Pictures Television.
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China reportedly helped Saudi Arabia build secret nuclear site
Chinese companies recently helped Saudi Arabia construct a secret uranium extraction facility, according to a report. The absolute monarchy, and a US ally, stealthily constructed the “yellowcake” processing plant in northwestern Saudi Arabia, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing Western officials. Saudi Arabia has the world’s second-largest oil reserves but openly plans to pursue nuclear...
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Discovery to launch new streaming service as profit falls 71 percent
Discovery, home of “90 Day Fiancé” and Guy Fieri’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” said Wednesday that it plans to launch a new streaming service as the coronavirus took a bite out of its second-quarter income. The broadcasting giant, which owns channels TLC, Food Network and HGTV, plans to launch a new, subscription-based streaming service that...
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Who is Nurse Ratched? Meet the Character Behind Netflix’s New Series
Long before Sarah Paulson sank her teeth into the role Nurse Ratched was terrorizing screens everywhere.
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Biden no longer traveling to Milwaukee to accept Democratic nomination
The convention will have invited speakers appear remotely from their home states.
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Ex-Atlanta Cop Who Shot Rayshard Brooks Sues Mayor and Police Chief Over His Firing
Garret Rolfe, who faces 11 charges, including felony murder, claims his firing violated his constitutional rights
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In Abrupt Reversal, President Trump Encourages Vote by Mail in Key Battleground State
Trump's encouragement of mail-in voting comes only days after threatening to sue Nevada over a new vote-by-mail law
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1990s kids loved the dark cartoon 'Ren & Stimpy.' Comedy Central is bringing it back
A reimagining of the iconic '90s Nickelodeon series "The Ren & Stimpy Show" is headed to Comedy Central.
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Whiskey starting at $12,000? This bottle survived an infamous shipwreck 80 years ago
A bottle of whiskey salvaged from a 1941 shipwreck off the coast of Scotland was expected to sell for thousands at auction this week.       
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Joe Biden scraps plans to accept nomination at DNC over COVID-19 fears
Joe Biden will no longer travel to Wisconsin to formally accept the Democratic Nomination at a scaled-back convention in Milwaukee later this month, according to a report Wednesday. The 77-year-old scrapped the plans amid concerns over the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, per a tweet from Bloomberg News reporter Tyler Pager. The decision comes after President Trump...
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Mark and Jay Duplass Continue HBO Partnership with ‘The Lady and the Dale’ Docuseries
The doc tells the story of Elizabeth Carmichael, who released a fuel-efficient three-wheeled vehicle during the 1970s gas crisis.
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Biden scraps plans to travel to Milwaukee for nomination acceptance, citing coronavirus concerns
Joe Biden is no longer planning to travel to the Democratic convention site of Milwaukee to accept the party's presidential nomination, citing coronavirus concerns. 
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SEC reportedly zooms in on Kodak loan disclosure
Stock surge followed by announcement of lucrative pharma deal reportedly prompts SEC investigation into inside trading
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FBI assists with investigation of missing mom whose son was found abandoned
Leila Cavett's son, Kamdyn, was found wandering in a parking lot in Miramar, Florida, on July 26. Cavett lives in Georgia and is from Alabama.
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Albert Wilson becomes second Miami Dolphins receiver to opt out of 2020 NFL season
One day after wide receiver Allen Hurns said he wouldn't be playing for the Miami Dolphins this season, Albert Wilson followed suit.        
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Tropical Storm Isaias' fierce winds toss NYC flood barriers on city streets, injure person
As Tropical Storm Isaias blasted New York City on Tuesday and left millions without power, the storm's fierce sents sent barriers meant to protect from flooding into city streets.
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Georgia school reopenings: Elementary student tests positive for coronavirus, student crowds raise questions
A Georgia elementary school has shut down a classroom after a second-grade student tested positive for the coronavirus just two days into the new academic year, while photos of students packed close together have raised questions over safety policies for in-person learning.
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Flea's former home outside of Griffith Park sells for $3.45 million
A few weeks after listing, the former home of Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea has sold for $3.45 million in Los Feliz.
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MLB's all-time home run leaders
Check out baseball's top 20 career home run hitters      
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Kaia Gerber mourns the death of Frank Ocean’s brother
Ryan Breaux and Ezekiel “Zeek” Bishop died in a car accident on Sunday.
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FBI serves search warrants at Jake Paul's Calabasas mansion amid scandals
The FBI said no arrests were planned after raiding the YouTuber's home Wednesday morning as part of an ongoing investigation.
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Celebrity stylist Dani Michelle teams with Missguided for cool-girl collection
It's Kourtney Kardashian-approved.
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Broncos' Von Miller laments failing to stand taller with Colin Kaepernick in racial injustice protests
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller said Tuesday he feels like he could have done more to support Colin Kaepernick and his protest against police brutality and social injustice.
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Reynolds and Lively apologize for plantation wedding
"What we saw at the time was a wedding venue on Pinterest. What we saw after was a place built upon devastating tragedy," Reynolds said.
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‘Love Island’ Season 2 Sets Premiere Date on CBS
The reality show will film in a sequestered bubble at a Las Vegas hotel to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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Joe Biden will no longer travel to Milwaukee to accept Democratic nomination
Joe Biden is no longer expected to accept the Democratic presidential nomination in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, during the Democratic National Convention, three officials confirmed to CNN.
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& Other Stories used a racial slur for the internal name of a hat. Employees are furious
An internal photo uploaded to a product overview system named a purple hat as 'Nigga Lab Beanie,' last month at clothing company & Other Stories. Upon complaint from employees, they issued a companywide apology and the caption was never made public. The company said it is investigating how the hat was named with the racial slur. Parent company H&M group CEO Helena Helmersson says the team including the responsible managers have been suspended during the probe. The product has also been canceled.
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