Australian state legalizes voluntary euthanasia for terminally ill

Terminally ill Australians will be able to end their lives with the help of a doctor after the state of Victoria passed historic assisted dying legislation. Under the new law — a first for Australia — people living in Victoria who have been deemed terminally ill will be able to ask their doctor for access...
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Graham predicts key memo in Russia investigation is 'days away' from being declassified
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham told "Hannity" Wednesday that he wants a key memo from the Russia investigation made public because it will likely indict the character of several individuals.
Didi Gregorius became a tattoo artist during MLB shutdown
Didi Gregorius taught himself how to play piano when he was recovering from Tommy John surgery, so it should be no surprise the former Yankee picked up a new hobby while baseball was shut down because of COVID-19: tattooing. “I started to tattoo friends and family and everyone I could think of,’’ Gregorius said from...
Suspect in shooting death of 8-year-old Secoriea Turner surrenders to police
An Atlanta teenager sought in the shooting death of 8-year-old Secoriea Turner turned himself into police on Wednesday. Julian Conley, 19, turned himself in one day after prosecutors issued a felony murder warrant for him in the girl’s shooting death on July 4 near the Wendy’s fast-food restaurant where Rayshard Brooks was shot and killed...
July 15 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
Covid-19 cases among US military causes mistrust in Okinawa
More US service members in Okinawa, Japan are testing positive for Covid-19, causing growing mistrust in an already troubled relationship between the two countries.
Judge Andrew Napolitano: Even hateful, hurtful and harmful speech is protected speech
Punishing speech is the most dangerous business because there will be no end to it. The remedy for hateful or threatening speech is not silence or punishments; it is more speech.
Nom Wah, Chinatown’s oldest eatery, used frozen dumplings to offset pandemic struggles
COVID-19 forced Nom Wah Tea Parlor to chart a new course through its 100th year in business — and it leads straight to your freezer. After the pandemic shuttered the Chinatown dim sum destination, owner Wilson Tang decided to try something new: Freezing Nom Wah’s famous dumplings for patrons to prepare at home. The resealable...
As Trump refuses to lead, America tries to save itself
President Donald Trump isn't leading America much as its pandemic worsens. But that's not stopping Walmart -- along with Kroger, Kohl's, and city and state leaders and officials -- from making the tough decisions that the President has shirked.
Naya Rivera's former 'Glee' co-star Heather Morris pays tribute to late actress
Naya Rivera has received a touching tribute from her pal and former "Glee" co-star Heather Morris.
Hints From Heloise: Cleaning cloth face masks
After each use, wash in your machine or by hand with bleach.
Ask Amy: Inheritance leads to a Dickens of a problem
Reader wants to leave nothing to obnoxious niece and wants to tell her so.
Miss Manners: Politely keeping someone off the board
New member of nonprofit board has awkward issue to raise.
Trump's new campaign manager joined 2016 bid amid similarly sinking battleground polling
Bill Stepien, President Donald Trump's newly minted campaign manager following a leadership shake-up Wednesday night, brings a vital understanding of data and metrics to the President's reelection bid as it looks to turn around sinking poll numbers in key battleground contests.
Nick Cannon apologizes for "anti-Semitic" comments
"I am committed to deeper connections, more profound learning and strengthening the bond between our two cultures today and every day going forward," Cannon said on social media.
What it means for Hong Kong as US revokes its special trade status
US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order ending Hong Kong's special trade status to treat the city the same as mainland China. He also signed the Hong Kong Autonomy Act into law to sanction businesses and individuals that help China restrict Hong Kong. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.
UFC on ESPN 13 results: Jimmie Rivera outworks Cody Stamann for decision
It wasn't the prettiest fight, but Jimmie Rivera was effective as he rid himself of a two-fight losing skid.       Related StoriesVideo: Khamzat Chimaev meets hype in UFC on ESPN 13 debut, vows to be championVideo: Lerone Murphy makes statement with finish of Ricardo RamosVideo: Liana Jojua's armbar leaves Diana Belbita in agony at UFC on ESPN 13
Fauci says he's 'walking a tightrope' as people try to 'pit' him against the president
The nation's leading infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, doesn't like "conflict" and he doesn't "like to be pitted against the president," he told CBS anchor Nora O'Donnell in an interview published Wednesday on
NYPD releases pics, video of suspect in Brooklyn Bridge police attack
The NYPD has released photos and video footage of the suspect caught clubbing cops with a cane on the Brooklyn Bridge, including the city’s top uniformed cop. The unidentified man, seen wearing tan pants, a purple shirt and a red bandana over his face, is seen in photographs climbing a railing during a protest on...
Jerry Falwell Jr. bashes New York Times as 'bigoted bunch of liars' after Liberty files $10M defamation suit
Lberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr. joined "Hannity" Wednesday to explain why the school filed a $10 million defamation lawsuit against The New York Times over its coverage of the university's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ex-Hawaii police officer sentenced to prison after forcing man to lick public urinal
A former Hawaii police officer who forced a homeless man to lick a public urinal was sentenced to four years in prison Wednesday, according to multiple reports.
Yankees’ DJ LeMahieu close to returning from coronavirus
Post columnist Joel Sherman confirmed a report that the Yankees are expecting second baseman DJ LeMahieu to join the team this week after not participating in spring training 2.0 due to testing positive for coronavirus. The Yankees, who have a workout scheduled for Thursday at Yankee Stadium, will play their final intrasquad game Friday night...
Black Lives Matter sculpture replaces toppled statue of British slave trader
The sculpture of a Black Lives Matter protestor has replaced the toppled statue of a 17th Century slave trader in England. The model of BLM protestor Jen Reid was snuck onto the Bristol pedestal that housed the 125-year-old statue of Edward Colston until demonstrators hauled it down and dragged it into the nearby harbor on...
New Era Field no more: Cap company to end stadium naming rights deal with Buffalo Bills
The Bills will no longer being playing in Orchard Park at a stadium named New Era Field. The cap company is pulling out of the agreement.
Orlando Bloom asks fans for help finding missing dog: 'My heart is already broken'
Orlando Bloom needs some help from his fans.
The 'Dixie'-less Chicks make a thrilling return with a painfully vivid breakup album
They've removed 'Dixie' from their name and are set to release their first album in 14 years, one that might be the best of the Chicks' tumultuous career.
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Lockdown Forever: More than Half of U.S. States Reverse Reopening, Reimpose Restrictions 
Sharp spikes in new coronavirus cases have prompted at least 28 states and New York City to roll back or pause their reopening efforts.
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Hannity praises Liberty University suit against 'garbage' NY Times, says paper 'exposed yet again'
Sean Hannity reacted to Liberty University's lawsuit against the "garbage" New York Times on Wednesday, praising the move as a step in the right direction to combat an "information crisis" plaguing the country.
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Asheville, N.C., Approves Steps Toward Reparations For Black Residents
"The blood capital that we have banked to spend today to fight for significant change came ... not from our allies but from Black men, women and children who died," said Councilman Keith Young.
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CNN's Cuomo: Trump’s Goya Endorsement Amid Spiking Pandemic Is 'Bullsh*t'
Wednesday on CNN, anchor Chris Cuomo said President Donald Trump taking a photo with several of Goya’s food products on his desk in the White House to endorse Goya amidst a boycott over CEO Robert Unanue's support for the president was "bullshit."
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Maine to use ranked voting for 2020 presidential election after repeal fails
AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine voters are poised to become the first group of voters in US history to be able to use a ranked style of voting for president, following a ruling by the secretary of state Wednesday. Maine voters approved a switch to ranked-choice voting with a statewide vote in 2016. A state law...
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CBS Evening News, July 15, 2020
Florida emerges as coronavirus epicenter as thousands pack testing sites; 90-year-old Scottish woman climbs stairs for charity 
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San Francisco reporter details 'disaster' of city's 'hotels for homeless' program: 'It is pandemonium'
Thousands of homeless people have been housed in several of San Francisco’s empty hotels in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus.
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Twitter reacts after Demi Moore reveals carpeted bathroom
Actress Demi Moore spoke with late night host Seth Meyers about how pictures she took of her bathroom caught the attention of Twitter users.
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Gary Sanchez can’t wait to show off new, improved catching stance
Gary Sanchez dealt with the flu and a sore back during spring training in March, before baseball was shut down by COVID-19. With the Yankees set to open their season next Thursday in Washington, the 27-year-old feels healthy and, just as importantly, said he’s had more time to get comfortable with the lower crouch new...
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CNN anchors trash Trump over photo-op with Goya products
CNN's most prominent anchors took turns trashing President Trump on Wednesday for expressing his support for Goya products amid the boycott fueled by prominent Democrats. 
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New poll reaffirms that most Americans don't trust the president, but they do trust Dr. Fauci
New polling from Quinnipiac University found that only 30% of America's registered voters say they trust the information that President Trump is providing about the coronavirus.
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Baton Rouge PD probing cop who used knee on 17-year-old during traffic stop
The Baton Rouge Police Department is investigating a traffic stop early this month during which a cop used his knee to restrain and arrest a 17-year-old boy. A 37-second video of the arrest was shared by a bystander on Facebook, showing a small crowd watching as an officer pins the boy face-down with his knee...
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Parscale replacement ‘shocked’ Trump campaign staffers, despite speculation
Brad Parscale’s abrupt demotion Wednesday night “shocked” some inside the Trump campaign, sources familiar with the move told Fox News, even as President Trump’s sliding poll numbers and the recent Tulsa rally debacle had raised questions about his future.
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Biden pitches agenda to Black trade unions
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden laid out his agenda for racial and economic justice during an online event with Black trade unionists, telling them "you'll never have a more union friendly president, if I get elected." (July 15)       
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Dr. Siegel exults over promising UK coronavirus vaccine news: 'Hats off to the scientists around the world'
Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Wednesday that new reports indicate a coronavirus vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford is showing a "robust immune response" in trial participants.
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Trump demotes campaign manager as polls show him trailing Biden
President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday night a major shake up to his re-election team, demoting long-time campaign manager Brad Parscale.
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Mets give back with over $1 million in coronavirus relief
The Mets and their Community Investment Group are spending over $1 million on COVID-19 relief efforts in both Queens and the surrounding tri-state area. Since the initial outbreak of the novel coronavirus, the Mets’ organization has reached out to several local hospitals, senior citizen homes, and food pantries in and around New York City. “In...
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Angels' plans for Jo Adell still up in the air
The Angels will set their 30-man roster for the start of a pandemic-shortened season in a week, and a decision about Jo Adell hasn't been made.
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John Crist speaks out 8 months after sexual misconduct allegations: 'Biggest hypocrite in all of this was me'
Christian comedian John Crist has returned to social media, eight months after he admitted to "destructive and sinful" behavior following multiple accusations of unwanted sexting, harassment, and manipulation. 
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Nets’ Jamal Crawford out to prove he’s still got it
At 40, Jamal Crawford is the NBA’s eldest statesman. But the league’s grand old man is out to prove he’s still more grand than old, that he’s got enough left in the tank to help a team win. And after spending this season out of the game, when Crawford finally got the call to join...
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Who is Bill Stepien? Trump’s new campaign manager and longtime Republican operative
President Trump announced that he was promoting Bill Stepien to be his new 2020 campaign manager Wednesday.
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Two men charged in $2-million kidnapping of luxury car dealer whose body was found in the Mojave desert
Federal agents arrested two men believed to have helped abduct a Southern California car dealer who was held for ransom, beaten, killed and buried in the Mojave desert.
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Coronavirus: Does Immunity Wane?
Studies suggest antibodies against coronavirus in people who have recovered may dwindle over time. Can people get it again?
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