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Apple is reportedly planning to pay for exclusive podcasts

Apple reportedly is looking to buy exclusive rights to original podcasts, reported Bloomberg. The company has reached out to executives of media companies, but there's no clear strategy in place yet. Since Apple's share of the podcast market is so la...
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Fact check: Interrupted by shooting, Trump continues to spin false narrative around mail-in voting and coronavirus
President Donald Trump turned his Monday news conference into a dishonesty spree, blitzing reporters with rapid-fire false claims on a variety of his favorite topics -- the coronavirus pandemic, mail-in voting, China, Democrats generally and President Barack Obama in particular.
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Angelina Jolie’s judge-jockeying in custody case an attempt to stall
"This is a classic case of someone expecting a bad decision trying to delay the process by asking for a new referee.”
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Dr. Scott Atlas backs calls to play college football this fall: 'We have to become rational here'
College athletes are in the best situation to safely play their sport during the coronavirus pandemic, Hoover Institution senior fellow Dr. Scott Atlas told “The Story” Monday night.
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'Group Economics' more than just message on jersey for Miami Heat's Andre Iguodala
Miami Heat swingman Andre Iguodala has sought outside-basketball ventures that serve a bigger purpose.        
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More parents turn to tutors, 'pod learning' to supplement online offerings
Some parents are splitting the cost of a tutor and forming small groups of kids dubbed ‘pods’ to supplement online learning  
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He thought Covid-19 was like the flu. Then this happened
21-year-old Spencer Rollyson had a mild case of Covid-19 but ended up in the intensive care unit with organ failure. He tells CNN's Erin Burnett that he initially thought coronavirus was like the flu.
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U.S. surpasses 5 million coronavirus cases
Parents are worried about sending their children back to school in the fall as schools nationwide are facing reopening challenges amid the coronavirus pandemic. Manuel Bojorquez has the latest.
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The 7-year-old Georgia boy with Covid-19 who died drowned in a bathtub after a seizure, coroner says
The boy is the youngest person with the disease to die in Georgia.
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The World Records Its 20 Millionth Case of COVID-19
A scourge marches on
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MTA mocks wedding party for hogging bus lane with photo op
Knot cool. The MTA mocked a wedding party for holding up Midtown traffic and partially blocking a bus lane for a photo op. “ARE YOU A BUS?” the agency tweeted on Monday. The agency’s post was attached to video showing the bride and groom — and their roughly 15-person party — ambling down Fifth Avenue...
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Malia’s Boyfriend Tom Checketts Is The New Chef on ‘Below Deck Mediterranean’
It's about Tom.
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Tucker rips lack of coverage of DC mass shooting, claims media silent to help Biden campaign
The single biggest U.S. mass shooting of 2020 occurred over the weekend in Washington, but because the story didn't "help the Biden campaign," it went largely unreported on, Tucker Carlson said Monday.
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Mount Rushmore is too small for Trump
Adding President Donald Trump to Mount Rushmore would be a challenge, since it lacks room for another giant head. But if you let yourself think like the President, then it's possible to figure out a way around the problem, writes Michael D'Antonio.
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Mnuchin says new federal jobless aid will be available from states within 2 weeks
The White House on Monday initially did not provide a specific timeline for the aid, though the Treasury secretary suggested states could deliver within two weeks.
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'Selling Sunset' star Chrishell Stause reacts to fans calling out her ex Justin Hartley
Chrishell Stause is reacting to social media users weighing in on her divorce from Justin Hartley. 
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Markus Golden says no hard feelings with Giants after ‘frustrating’ offseason
This pretty much sums up Markus Golden: “I’m feeling healthy and I don’t worry about everybody else,’’ he said Monday. “I don’t worry about ‘Oh, I got to go prove this to this guy.’ If you don’t know what I can do by now, then you’re not even worth proving nothing to. I focus on...
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GOP operatives want Kanye West on the presidential ballot. Will it really matter?
GOP operatives have put Kanye West on the presidential ballot in several states, likely in hopes of drawing votes from Joe Biden.
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Citing coronavirus, Trump administration weighs more restrictions on the US-Mexico border that could include citizens
The Trump administration is considering ways to restrict entry on the US-Mexico border that could include US citizens and lawful permanent residents over coronavirus concerns, according to a source familiar with the matter.
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Bear breaks into pizza delivery driver’s car at night, doesn’t get any pizza
Everybody loves pizza. A pizza delivery driver in Alaska was woken up in the early morning hours to the sounds of a bear wrecking his car. Apparently, the vehicle still smelled like pizza, and the bear, unaware that there was no actual food inside, was hoping to find a snack. Andrew Fairchild works for Juneau Pizza in the state’s capital, Juneau...
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Philadelphia public school teacher worries about 'conservative' parents listening in on virtual classes
A Philadelphia public school teacher is curious about how educators will cope with “conservative parents" listening in on virtual classes, according to a thread captured on Twitter. 
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8/10/20: Red and Blue
Pres. Trump facing bipartisan backlash; Previewing the Democratic National Convention
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Who will be Tyrod Taylor's blindside blocker? Chargers camp battles are brewing
While the Chargers are set with Tyrod Taylor as their quarterback, the battle at left tackle between Sam Tevi and Trey Pipkins offers the most intrigue.
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NHL Draft lottery blooper sparks Rangers conspiracy theory
There might not be a frozen envelope involved, but conspiracy theories abounded after the Rangers won the NHL draft lottery Monday night and with it the right to select consensus top pick, heralded Canadian left winger Alexis Lafreniere. The Rangers and the seven other teams eliminated from the NHL playoff qualifying round this past week...
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Navy veteran gets saved by pet Chihuahua after suffering a stroke
Bubu the pet Chihuahua saved his 86-year-old owner in North Carolina
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Biden plans running mate announcement for middle of the week: report
Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is preparing to announce his running mate during the middle of this week after the presumptive Democratic nominee finished interviewing every finalist to run with him in November, the New York Times reported Monday.
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Mike Pence: Arrest of Jimmy Lai 'Deeply Offensive, Affront to Freedom Loving People'
Vice President Mike Pence came out in defense of Hong Kong media tycoon and Next Digital founder Jimmy Lai after he was arrested.
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Sean Hannity calls November vote 'the biggest choice election by far in our lifetime'
November's election represents "the biggest choice election by far in our lifetime and the consequences couldn't be bigger," Fox News host Sean Hannity told "The Story" Monday night.
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RuPaul ‘disengaging’ from social media during ‘overwhelming’ times
"He gets backlash for appearing to not … support the community and [he receives] a lot of negativity, so he disengages."
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Triple Take: Who should Michael Chandler fight if he joins UFC?
Ex-Bellator champion and new free agent Michael Chandler has some mighty good options in front of him if he signs with the UFC.       Related StoriesUFC on ESPN+ 32 rookie report: Grading the newcomers in Las VegasCallout Collection: Who UFC on ESPN+ 32 winners want next – and how likely they'll get them5 biggest takeaways from UFC on ESPN+ 32: Derrick Lewis beasts, Chris Weidman perseveres 
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How 'The Tax Collector' topped the box office, when there's no official box office
Shia LaBeouf action thriller "The Tax Collector" grossed $309,694 in its opening weekend and cleared $1 million in VOD and digital sales. The success of the midrange film in a distressed marketplace demonstrates the theatrical bar in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Mets fans should be terrified of what Brodie Van Wagenen might do next
The Mets took another hit Monday when Marcus Stroman announced he was opting out. Stroman cited a number of things that worried him — the obvious one being the game of chicken every ballplayer is playing on trying to avoid the virus, the immediate being the Mets’ upcoming trip to Miami, the geographic symbol of...
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Anderson Cooper talks about books he is reading and writing
Anderson Cooper answers viewers questions about important interviews he has done in his career and discusses both books he is reading and currently writing. Watch Full Circle every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday at 6pm E.T.
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Nevada fights Trump campaign arguments in mail-in voting court case
The Nevada secretary of state has asked a federal court to dismiss a recent challenge from the Trump campaign to the state's plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters.
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UN envoy Kelly Craft vows US pushing issue of human rights in China 'at every opportunity we have'
The United States is broaching the topic of human rights issues with China at the United Nations whenever it can, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Kelly Craft told "The Story" Monday night.
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Top Hollywood psychic Tammy Adams refutes accusations of million-dollar scam
Adams is accused of bilking a 73-year-old kindergarten teacher out of her home and savings.
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Trump argues Susan Rice has this ‘potential liability’ if Biden chooses her for VP
President Trump on Monday argued the U.S. government surveillance of people connected to his 2016 campaign during the Obama era could be a “potential liability” for former national security adviser Susan Rice if selected as Joe Biden’s running mate.
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Top California health official steps down
California's top public health official, Dr. Sonia Angell, has resigned days after the state announced a fix for a glitch that caused a lag in reporting coronavirus test results. The glitch caused thousands of records to be backlogged. (Aug. 10)       
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Trump press briefing interrupted after shots fired near White House
President Trump was abruptly removed from the briefing room during a press conference with reporters because of a shooting near the White House.        
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This grandfather came out to his daughter at 90 years old
While writing his memoir, 90-year-old Kenneth Felts, came out as gay to his daughter. Felts shares his story of long lost love with Anderson Cooper. Anderson Cooper Full Circle airs Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 6 pm E.T.
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Teen son of NYPD counterterrorism head John Miller robbed near Central Park
The 13-year-old son of NYPD Deputy Commissioner John Miller was robbed of his cell phone and wallet outside of Central Park on Monday afternoon, sources said. The theft occurred at about 2:15 p.m. on Central Park West near 91st Street on the Upper West Side, according to law enforcement sources. The teen victim had just got...
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El Camino Real students make it through first day of online classes
El Camino Real baseball player Josh Klein says first-day expectations for online classes were exceeded
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Sorry, Albany: ‘Shampoo assistants’ don’t need pricey ‘cosmetology’ schooling
New Yorkers are hurting for jobs. But New York state lawmakers are poised to make it even tougher to earn a paycheck, by concocting licensing requirements for something as simple as giving a shampoo. The Albany pols have something to gain: campaign contributions from those pushing the new requirement. But if you’re eyeing a job...
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New York City is headed for a serious decline
New York City’s relentless crime spike and chaos on the streets make it painfully clear: Gotham — significant parts of it, anyway — is headed for a steep decline. The big question now is whether it can be stopped. As The Post reported Monday, shootings in the city are running at nearly twice the rate...
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After years of protest, a top hospital ended intersex surgeries. For activists, it took a deep toll.
Intersex youth surgeries have deep ties to racism in the U.S. In July, Lurie Children's Hospital became the first in the nation to end the operations.        
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Lebanon proves President Trump right on the Middle East
The Lebanese people are outraged. If the official explanation is true, then their divided and do-nothing government bears a lot of the responsibility for the horrifying explosion of an abandoned shipment of ammonium nitrate that destroyed part of their capital, Beirut, last week. Their anger also vindicates President Trump’s fundamental instinct that any further intervention...
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Jimmy Lai Is Arrested in Hong Kong. Freedom Loses Again.
The arrest of the media tycoon marks the most aggressive action yet under new anti-sedition legislation.
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Gov. Cuomo is snubbing the victims of his fatal nursing-home orders
Gov. Cuomo keeps nixing demands for an independent probe into his fatal nursing-home orders, claiming they’re political. But at a hearing Monday, survivors just wanted answers. “The COVID crisis in New York’s nursing homes was a preventable crisis,” fumed Jerry Maldonado, whose 81-year-old mom came down with symptoms at a Rockland County home and later...
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Powerful derecho with 100mph winds causes chaos across Midwest
The storm known as a derecho lasted several hours as it tore from eastern Nebraska across Iowa and parts of Wisconsin and Illinois, had the wind speed of a major hurricane, and likely caused more widespread damage than a normal tornado.
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