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Pandemic power play: It's China vs. the US in Latin America
At first glance, the picture China's ambassador to Barbados tweeted on July 23 shows nothing more than an online meeting — a typical, screen-based representation of what life has become during the pandemic.
Pam Bondi touts pro-Trump boat parade as supporters attempt to break world record
National Co-chair of Women for Trump Pam Bondi spoke to "Fox & Friends Weekend" at a beach in Florida where supporters hope to break a Guinness record for holding the world's largest boat parade Saturday.
A big sign Trump is a weak candidate
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Former Illinois Gov. James Thompson, 'Big Jim,' dies at 84
Former Illinois Gov. James R. Thompson, known as “Big Jim” during a long career that eventually made him the state’s longest-serving chief executive, has died. He was 84.
NBA scraps ‘Delete 8’ bubble that Knicks never supported
While a one-site bubble arrangement with scrimmages for the “Delete 8″ has been scrapped, talks have picked up between the NBA and Players Association officials to stage a less-complicated, voluntary organized team activity format for the eight clubs not part of the Orlando restart, according to league sources. The Knicks were never in favor of...
Calls to defund the police are dangerous
Somewhere along the way to righteous demands for police reform, we have elected to toss the baby out with the bathwater. Proactive policing strategies, which were adopted more than three decades ago, have come under knee-jerk assault, writes James Gagliano.
NASCAR driver Austin Dillon tests positive for COVID-19, will miss Cup Series race at Daytona
NASCAR driver Austin Dillon will miss Sunday's Cup Series race at the Daytona International Speedway Road Course after testing positive for COVID-19.
Mitt Romney says he sees no evidence mail-in voting would increase voter fraud
Republican Sen. Mitt Romney on Friday cast doubt on President Donald Trump's baseless claim that universal vote by mail would lead to widespread voter fraud.
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Michigan pub blasts customers for bullying staff during coronavirus pandemic: 'Enough is Enough'
Short’s Brewing Company in Bellaire, Michigan, said Thursday that it would no longer tolerate customers who bully its staff.
Rudy Giuliani Accuses Kamala Harris of Smoking Weed While Prosecuting Marijuana Smokers
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani described Kamala Harris as a "horrible prosecutor" and "bully" Friday, as he officially endorsed President Donald Trump's re-election campaign.
Bruins’ Tuukka Rask opts out of NHL playoffs after bizarre comments
The Boston Bruins will be without their No. 1 goalie for the remainder of the 2020 NHL playoffs. Tuukka Rask announced Saturday that he was opting out of the playoffs with Boston tied 1-1 in its first-round series with the Carolina Hurricanes. “I want to be with my teammates competing,” Rask said in a statement,...
It's over: For first time in 23 seasons, Spurs miss playoffs
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‘Be Mindful of Our Delivery Standards.’ Postal Service Informs All 50 U.S. States It Can’t Guarantee Timely Return of Mail Ballots
(WASHINGTON) — The U.S. Postal Service is warning states coast to coast that it cannot guarantee all ballots cast by mail for the November election will arrive in time to be counted, even if mailed by state deadlines, raising the possibility that millions of voters could be disenfranchised. Voters and lawmakers in several states are…
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Burakovsky scores late, Avalanche beat Coyotes 3-2
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Why New York assemblywoman agrees Trump could win state in November
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Yale can’t discriminate against Jews and Asians and expect taxpayer money
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Austin Dillon tests positive for coronavirus, will miss NASCAR Cup Series in Daytona
Austin Dillon has tested positive for COVID-19, meaning he will not compete in this weekend's NASCAR Cup Series in Daytona.
Larry Elder: Liberals and conservatives agree: fathers matter, case closed
The most serious "inequality" is the unequal percentage of fathers in Black households.
‘Birds of Prey’ on HBO: God Bless Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s Awkward Huntress
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Black Lives Matter Activist Hunted by NYPD Facial Recognition Technology
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School reopenings tested as U.S. breaks August record for new virus cases
In some coronavirus-hotspot states, the experiment to put kids in classrooms — and then see what happens — has backfired.
NYC promised to ban teacher ‘rubber rooms’ — they went underground instead
The eight city warehouses called “rubber rooms” were spaces of various sizes where up to 1,500 Department of Education employees at a time got paid their full salaries to sit around — free to read the newspaper, surf the internet, knit, chat or just doze off. Some got creative. One notorious rubber-room fixture managed his...
Texas Doctors Say Police Use of 'Less Lethal' Munitions on Crowds During George Floyd Protests Caused Significant Injuries
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British tourists rush back from France to avoid restrictions
Thousands of British holidaymakers have been trying to return home from France in an attempt to avoid new quarantine restrictions imposed by the UK government. CNN's Scott McLean reports from London.
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Reds game postponed as player tests positive for coronavirus
MLB was forced to postpone Saturday’s game between the Reds and Pirates in Cincinnati after an unidentified Reds player tested positive for the coronavirus a day before, The Post’s Joel Sherman reported. The development comes as baseball was in the process of recovering from two separate coronavirus outbreaks on the Marlins and Cardinals that disrupted...
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Tunnel to Towers CEO, who lost brother on 9/11, says light beam tribute will happen: 'We got this'
After the official 9/11 "Tribute in Light" was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Tunnel to Towers Foundation CEO Frank Siller stepped up and said his organization won't let that happen.
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Most California schools will start year online, Gov. Gavin Newsom says
Almost all of California’s 6.2 million students will be starting school online this fall, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday. But since only about 70% of school districts have the technology needed for virtual learning, the state is investing in laptops and tablets, and asking that school officials aim for a minimum broadband speed goal of...
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Worst heat wave in years causes rolling blackouts, dangerous conditions across California
Worst heat wave in years bring rolling blackouts, dangerous conditions across California
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Reds-Pirates game postponed after Cincinnati player tests positive for COVID-19
The Reds had a player test positive for COVID-19. Saturday's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates is postponed.       
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Trump campaign's poll-watching plans spark fears of voter suppression
The battleground state of Pennsylvania is the site of the latest legal showdown over "ballot security" between Republicans and Democrats.
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Trump campaign's poll-watching plans spark fears of voter suppression
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Iran warns of "dangerous future" for UAE after historic deal with Israel
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Stimulus Check for $500 Child Payment Deadline Extended until Late September
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Appeals court lifts ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines in California
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Delaware thrust into unlikely starring role in 2020 campaign
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California firefighters avoid bull while taming flames: See the video
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AOC blasts NYPD union’s endorsement of Trump
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Will college football be a game changer for Trump?
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Has lenient prosecution encouraged Chicago looters?
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