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At least 8 shot, 1 killed at Philadelphia graduation party

Police say all victims were in their teens and 20's and no arrests have been made
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Keke Palmer slams Trump, says 'he’s inciting a race war'
Keke Palmer is speaking her mind.
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WHO confirms there's 'emerging evidence' of airborne transmission of coronavirus
The World Health Organization confirmed there is "emerging evidence" of airborne transmission of the coronavirus following the publication of a letter Monday signed by 239 scientists that urged the agency to be more forthcoming about the likelihood that people can catch the virus from droplets floating in the air.
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Vertiginous photos show Dubai from the sky
How do you capture in images the transformation of a city's ever-changing skyline? In Dubai, photographer Jumana Jolie has decided the best way is from above.
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Vertiginous photos show Dubai from the sky
Photographer Jumana Jolie takes eye-catching images of Dubai from above.
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Photo of food served to NBA players in Orlando bubble goes viral
Players taking part in the NBA's 2020 season restart have started arriving at the isolated bubble in Orlando on Tuesday amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the food being served to the athletes already went viral.
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Bad Bunny makes Playboy history with new cover
On Tuesday, Playboy magazine released its first ever digital cover featuring Puerto-Rican trap artist Bad Bunny. The 26-year-old stars in two cover versions, and is the first man to appear solo on the publication's cover, with the exception of Playboy's late founder, Hugh Hefner.
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Bad Bunny makes Playboy history with new cover
Playboy magazine releases its first ever digital cover featuring Puerto-Rican trap artist Bad Bunny.
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China closes tourist spots in Inner Mongolia after bubonic plague case
Authorities in the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia have closed several tourist spots after a case of bubonic plague was confirmed this week.
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China closes tourist spots in Inner Mongolia after bubonic plague case
Authorities in the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia have closed several tourist spots after a case of bubonic plague was confirmed this week.
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'Emerging evidence' of airborne transmission of coronavirus, WHO says
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How the Knitting Psychiatrist Interweaves Art and Healing
Knitting isn’t merely a pastime for Swiss psychiatrist Dominique Kaehler Schweizer. It’s a means of creative expression. Dr. Kaehler knits everything from animals to meat to baked goods to body parts—even anatomically correct hearts. And her clever, intricate work is on display in museums. The knitting psychiatrist, known as Madame Tricot in the art world, shows us how her passions for healing and knitting are interwoven.
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Bayer’s Roundup Settlement Hasn’t Ended Its Troubles
The German life sciences group needs to figure out how to function against a backdrop of ongoing litigation.
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China Opens New National Security Agency Headquarters in Hong Kong
The inauguration came just over a week after China's central government imposed a tough new law on the city
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DeVos, Education Dept. face 5-state lawsuit over coronavirus relief plan for schools
California, Michigan and three other states – plus the District of Columbia – are suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and her department, opposing what they say is a plan to take pandemic relief funds away from K-12 public schools and divert the money to private schools.
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Envoy Says U.S. Ready to Resume Nuclear Talks With North Korea
Negotiations have faltered over disagreements in exchanging sanctions relief and disarmament
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SUV seen barreling through NYC Black Lives Matter protest: report
Earlier, one protester reportedly said, "My man, we're gonna pop your tire"
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Why the media raced to cover Trump, NASCAR and the Confederate flag
With so many vital issues swirling across the political landscape, the press secretary’s briefing was dominated by one topic.
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USMCA trade pact, Facebook audit, Ivy League sports: 5 things you need to know Wednesday
President Trump and Mexico's president will celebrate the trade deal, Facebook's civil rights audit comes out and more news to start your Wednesday.      
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Trump’s claim that 99 percent of coronavirus cases are ‘totally harmless’
No matter how you slice the numbers, Trump's figure makes little sense.
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Death rates may be down, but coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are surging
While the Covid-19 mortality rate may be on the decline, the nearly 3 million cases and ICUs at capacity show the US is still in the grips of a pandemic with no signs of slowing.
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The upcoming school year has everyone worried. Here's what experts say
As Covid-19 spread across the United States this spring, teachers, parents and students scrambled to move classes to online platforms such as Zoom and FaceTime.
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Fans create petition to rename NYC’s Longacre Theatre after Nick Cordero
Fans have launched a petition to rename New York City’s Longacre Theatre in memory of Broadway star Nick Cordero, who passed away on Sunday due to complications from coronavirus. The Longacre, which was home to Cordero’s last broadway show “A Bronx Tale,” was built in 1912 and is currently named after Longacre Square — the...
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What Aaron Boone’s ‘creative’ Yankees pitching plan looks like
Twice on Tuesday, when discussing his starting pitching supply, Aaron Boone used the word “creative.” You know what that means: Make sure you have “Deployment of an opener” on your 2020 Yankees bingo card. Actually, you might as well throw Deivi Garcia, Michael King, Jonathan Loaisiga and Clarke Schmidt on there, too. If we’ve learned...
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Women attack Canadian Black Lives Matter protesters with hockey stick
Two women in Canada were filmed attacking protesters with a hockey stick at a Black and Indigenous Lives Matter rally on Saturday. Winnipeg police said they are investigating the attack on a black man andn a indigenous woman at the protest outside the Manitoba Legislature grounds, according to the Winnipeg Sun. One of the victims,...
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New Zealand to charge man with COVID-19 who allegedly escaped quarantine, went shopping: report
Police are now looking through CCTV footage to determine his movements
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Oregon man driving stolen car crashes into woman driving another stolen car
A police chase in Oregon ended when a driver fleeing authorities in a stolen car crashed into a woman driving another stolen car. The debacle took place Monday when police responded to a report of a stolen Toyota Land Cruiser driving through downtown Newberg, according to the Newberg-Dundee Police. A pursuit ensued, and lasted for...
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Adam Silver: NBA’s bubble plan ‘should work’ but is still a risk
Adam Silver is confident in the plan — that the NBA’s 22-team restart in Orlando, Fla., will be able to crown a champion without a spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic forcing a cancellation. “On paper and dealing with our experts, this should work,” the NBA commissioner said at a Fortune Brainstorm Health virtual conference...
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Mexican president sets to meet Trump despite criticism
US President Donald Trump and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador set to meet at the White House to celebrate the new North America free trade deal. The visit comes in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has spiked in both countries. CNN's Matt River reports.
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The Fight Over a Coronavirus Vaccine Will Get Ugly
Once Covid-19 shots become available, there will be arguments about who gets them, and an even bigger battle with anti-vaxxers who refuse them.
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Israel reimposes restrictions as virus cases surge
Israel has reimposed strict restrictions after coronavirus cases surge again across the country. Israel has averaged approximately 800 new cases a day, a near 40-fold increase from mid-May, when the country had approximately 20 new cases a day and appeared to have the virus under control. CNN's Oren Liebermann reports.
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Fauci warns of a 'false complacency' from lower coronavirus death rate
• US officially withdrawing from WHO • Analysis: Trump leans into old failures in push to reopen schools • Staggering death projection released for US • US is about to reach 3M Covid-19 cases
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Atlanta police release video of person of interest in 8-year-old’s killing
Reward doubled for information leading to arrest
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Fauci warns of a 'false complacency' from lower coronavirus death rate
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Facebook Flunks New Audit on Civil Rights, Hate Speech and Voter Suppression
Report warns that the social media company may be “driving people toward self-reinforcing echo chambers of extremism.”
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Yankees’ Aroldis Chapman used shutdown to get shredded
Viewed through a tiny rectangle Zoom box, the upper arms still look like dock rope connected to shoulders made of iron. When MLB shut down spring training on March 12 and the coronavirus erased regular-season action in April, May, June and most of July, Aroldis Chapman went to work on a chiseled body that pumps...
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NFLPA on league’s escrow proposal: ‘We told them to kick rocks’
NFL players have balked at the league’s proposal that 35 percent of player salaries be held in escrow during the 2020 season, NFL Network reported Tuesday. Per the report, the league proposed to escrow salaries “to help manage costs” amid the uncertainty and expected revenue disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic. However, the NFL Players...
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Texas State Fair canceled for first time since WWII over coronavirus concerns
The Texas State Fair has been canceled for the first time since World War II. Officials said Tuesday that the event will not take place in 2020 as the Lone Star state continues to face a new wave of coronavirus cases, according to The Dallas Morning News. “In the current climate of COVID-19, there is...
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After Trudeau snub, what Trump really wants from Obrador summit
Samantha Vinograd writes that Donald Trump will use Wednesday's White House visit by Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador as a campaign event to cast the implementation of the USMCA as an economic tailwind amid a brutal economic downturn and use AMLO as a sign that he isn't actually xenophobic or anti-Hispanic.
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Protests have long been a powerful way to bring about change
Marching, boycotting buses, sitting at lunch counters led to gains in civil rights.
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Schenectady officer put his knee on a man's head during an arrest, police chief says. An investigation is now underway
A Schenectady police officer put his knee on a suspect's head during an arrest after responding to a call about damaged property Monday, Schenectady police chief Eric Clifford said.
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'The Fast and the Furious' star Jordana Brewster files for divorce from producer husband: reports
Jordana Brewster and Andrew Form are calling it quits.
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Texas Set to Resume Executions After Delay During Pandemic
The nation’s busiest death penalty state is preparing to resume executions following a five-month delay during the coronavirus pandemic
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Ryder Cup to be postponed until 2021, Presidents Cup pushed back
The 2020 Ryder Cup will be postponed for a year because of the coronavirus pandemic, ESPN reported Tuesday, saying an official announcement is expected Wednesday. Citing a source not authorized to speak publicly, ESPN said the biennial match play showdown between the United States and Europe, scheduled for September 25-27 at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin,...
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Desperation science slows hunt for virus drugs
Six months after COVID-19 started spreading around the globe, desperation rather than information is still driving many decisions about how to treat the disease. (July 8)       
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Man wounded, woman clings to life following Brooklyn shooting
A woman was clinging to life after she and another man were shot by a gunman in East New York, Brooklyn, Tuesday night, police said. The woman, 33, was shot in the chest while the man, 30, was hit in his right arm after they had gotten into a dispute with the shooter outside the...
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Mary Kay Letourneau dies of cancer at 58
The Seattle area teacher married her former 6th grade student after being convicted of raping him.
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What to watch on Wednesday: ‘Stateless’ on Netflix
Wednesday July 8, 2020 | “Tough As Nails” premieres on CBS.
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FBI investigating reported assault of black Indiana man
INDIANAPOLIS — The FBI said Tuesday it’s investigating the reported assault of a Black man by a group of white men at a southern Indiana lake. Vauhxx Booker, a civil rights activist and member of the Monroe County Human Rights Commission, said the men pinned him against a tree, shouted racial slurs and one of...
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