Bill de Blasio Had a Surprisingly Not Bad Night

MSNBC commentators found the NYC mayor to be annoying. I did not.
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Trump said the quiet part out loud on mail-in voting
The country's economic and health situation is worsening, and Congress has made no progress this week. If anything, things in Washington have gotten worse.
‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ going live for DNC with Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders
Susan Rice and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) also will be guests.
Meghan Markle reflects on moving back to the U.S. during racial unrest
She lived in Canada and the United Kingdom for almost a decade.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Bandish Bandits’ on Amazon Prime, A Musical Culture Clash Comedy
The two leads are charming, the world is soapy, and the music is good enough to stay tuned in.
Virtual school: pros and cons
After the challenges some districts and students have had with remote learning... can it work on a wide scale? Brian Todd reports.
Latin America: The global epicenter of COVID-19
Latin America, which accounts for 8% of the world population, has reported nearly 30% of the global fatalities.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a new palace
This past week in celebrity news, the We Hear: Quick Fix podcast has royal renouncers, bakery bribes and Miley just being Miley.
Letters to the editor: Punting college football season is the right call
The Pac-12 and Big Ten have canceled the fall football season and readers agree it had to be done during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How teens are coping with COVID-19's mental health crisis
Though COVID-19 has added stress to the lives of most Americans, teens in particularly have been hit hard as they miss major milestones with their friends and worry about family joblessness and illness. CNN visits some of the programs and services helping young people cope.
USPS warns states it may not be able to deliver ballots in time
The US Postal Service is warning states that voters risk not getting their ballots back to election offices in time because of lags in mail delivery, according to letters reviewed by CNN, adding a new level of uncertainty to the coming presidential election and leaving states to ascertain how to adjust.
'Project Power': Secrets behind shooting the mysterious drug users in the new Netflix film
Machine Gun Kelly and Rodrigo Santoro portray users of a potent drug in Netflix's "Project Power." Here's how they pulled off their characters.
Tropical Storm Kyle forms near New Jersey, is forecast to move out to sea
Tropical Storm Kyle formed in the Atlantic Ocean near the New Jersey coastline Friday — the earliest K-named stormed in recorded history, according to weather experts. The cyclone was churning Northeast not far from Atlantic City Friday afternoon and was forecast to keep moving away from land over the weekend, according to The National Hurricane...
Amazon considering relocating its Seattle employees outside the city
In a message to employees Thursday, Amazon asked which communities near Seattle they'd prefer, including Tacoma and Redmond.
What Is Drovorub? FBI Expose Latest Russian State-Run Cyber Threat
The FBI and the NSA released a joint press release this week identifying the new cyber security from Fancy Bear.
Postal Service warns states mail ballots might not be counted in time
The letters are coming as the postal service faces a financial crisis​ that has been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
NBA fires photographer for offensive Kamala Harris meme
Call it a photo finished. The NBA terminated a photographer covering games as an independent contractor after he published an offensive meme of Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris to his Facebook account, according to various reports. The post drew widespread attention when it was shared and condemned by Basketball Hall of Famer Sheryl Swoopes....
Former Obama speechwriter mocks mainstream media's 'hilarious' push to call Kamala Harris 'moderate'
Former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau has dismissed the mainstream media's trend of describing Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as a "moderate."
Tropical Storm Isaias left New Jersey beaches with a case of 'sea lice'
Jellyfish larvae commonly known as "sea lice" are invading south New Jersey beaches, all thanks to Tropical Storm Isaias.
Montrezl Harrell to be quarantined for seven days before returning to Clippers
The Clippers hoped Montrezl Harrell would be available to play Friday in the NBA bubble, but he will be quarantined for seven days.
Music producer-mixer Mark Needham looks to record a sale in Los Feliz
The longtime Los Feliz home of music producer and sound-mixer Mark Needham is for sale at $2.899 million.
1,200 NYC schools have reopening plans approved by DOE
Roughly two thirds of the Big Apple’s 1,800 public schools have had their coronavirus reopening plans approved – as every school opted for a mix of  in-class and distance learning and none requested only remote, the agency said Friday. All individual plans for the city’s schools were due to be submitted to the state by...
The Seven Right-Wing Attacks Against Kamala Harris
In many cases, the criticism was directed at her identity as an ambitious Black woman, often in blatantly racist and sexist ways.
56% of Joe Biden Voters Are Voting Because 'He Is Not Trump,' New Poll Says
A new Pew Research poll quotes a 37-year-old Southerner as saying that former Vice President Joe Biden has their vote "because having Trump as president for another four years will be a disaster for this country."
Trump official on Covid-19 testing: We have done all we can
Adm. Brett Giroir, the Trump administration official overseeing coronavirus testing in the US, says that the Trump administration has exhausted all the executive authority to help ensure that all Americans who want a Covid-19 can get one.
Brett Goldstein says ‘Ted Lasso’ co-star Jason Sudeikis is a ‘superbrain’
Goldstein spoke to The Post about why he finally made his father proud with “Ted Lasso,” working with Jason Sudeikis, “Soulmates” and more.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Ted Lasso’ On Apple TV+, Where Jason Sudeikis Plays An American College Football Coach Hired To Manage A British Soccer Team
Sudeikis and Bill Lawrence co-created this new comedy, based on the character Sudeikis created for NBC Sports.
Austrian Airlines fires flight attendant who was filmed chanting anti-Semitic slogans
Austrian Airlines confirmed to Fox News on Friday that a former employee who was seen chanting anti-Semitic slogans no longer works for the airline.
Video: A history of faceoffs between Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier ahead of UFC 252
Watch all nine Stipe Miocic vs. Daniel Cormier faceoffs through the years leading up to their trilogy bout at UFC 252.        Related StoriesUFC 252 faceoff highlights: Stipe Miocic, Daniel Cormier meet one last time before fightWrestling vs. body shots? Daniel Cormier, Stipe Miocic talk tactics ahead of UFC 252 trilogy fightUFC 252 video: Stipe Miocic, Daniel Cormier have final faceoff before title-fight trilogy
New Zealand Investigates A Mystery: Where Did Its New Cases Come From?
The hunt is on to find the source of the outbreak, now at 30 cases. The country is working to understand how the coronavirus slipped through its defenses.
CDC launches 'Hear Her' campaign to stop pregnancy-related deaths
Hear her, a national campaign to raise awareness of warning signs of pregnancy complications was launched by the CDC
Maren Morris opens up about ‘brutal’ and ‘lonely’ C-section recovery after ‘unexpected surgery’
Maren Morris just got candid about the “brutal” and “lonely” postpartum recovery following her emergency C-section.
Are you truly immune from Covid-19 for up to three months? It's not clear
It's the question everyone wants answered: How long are we protected from catching Covid-19 after we've recovered from the novel coronavirus?
Police union to host its own 9/11 ‘Tribute in Light’ after event canceled
The Sergeants Benevolent Association announced Friday it plans to host its own "Tribute in Light" with a twin beam of light shining on Sept. 11.
Marjorie Greene, controversial Georgia Republican, says she's not a QAnon candidate
Marjorie Greene, the Georgia Republican at the center of a political firestorm this week, rejected the notion she's a QAnon candidate in an interview Friday with Fox News and said her "Q"-supporting videos are in her past and don't represent her priorities for Congress.
'Pokémon Go' Unova Week Raids: Shiny Genesect Counters & Every New Boss
Trainers will have another chance to catch a Shiny Roggenrola through Raids this week.
3 Mississippi officers indicted in death George Robinson
Three Mississippi police officers have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a Black man last year, according to a recently unsealed indictment.
US envoy to Israel fires back at ex-Obama official Rhodes over UAE deal: 'He had eight years to do it'
The Obama administration abandoned both Israel and the United Arab Emirates to pursue the "ill-advised" Iran nuclear deal, U.S. Ambasador to Israel David Friedman told "Fox & Friends" Friday, one day after the two Middle Eastern countries announced a historic deal to normalize relations.
Socialists seeking promise from NY city council candidates not to visit Israel
The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) is facing backlash after asking candidates running for New York City Council and vying for its backing to pledge not to visit Israel if elected.
Mitch McConnell claims opponent Amy McGrath’s new ad is ‘racist’ against his wife
Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell slammed his Democratic challenger Amy McGrath new ad against him as a “racist” attack against his wife.
‘Clueless’ TV Series Lands at Peacock
We're totally buggin'.
Orlando Magic center Mo Bamba leaves bubble due to COVID-19 evaluation, out for playoffs
Orlando Magic center Mo Bamba left the NBA bubble and will not return this season as he undergoes a "comprehensive post-coronavirus evaluation."
120 Children Remain in ICE Detention Despite Court Order For Them to Be Released Due to COVID Concerns
At least 120 children are detained by ICE, despite a court order requiring the agency release them because of risks posed by COVID-19.
Didn't get stimulus check for your child? IRS says apply now
Tax agency is reopening a website for federal benefit recipients whose children didn't receive the relief money.
N95 and KN95 masks: What's the difference?
reports explain the difference between N95 and KN95 masks
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Michael Cohen and Bob Woodward announced new Trump books. Here's what you need to know
"Disloyal," a tell-all by President Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, and "Rage," by investigative journalist Bob Woodward, will soon hit shelves.
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The White Supremacist “Scholars” Pushing the Kamala Harris Birther Lie
The Claremont Institute, an alt-right fever swamp, cooked up the racist fiction that children of immigrants aren’t citizens.
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Beirut blast: UNESCO warns 60 historic buildings at risk of collapse
The United Nations’ cultural agency said Thursday it will lead the international campaign for the recovery and restoration of Beirut's heritage, citing local officials who said that around 60 historic buildings in the Lebanese capital were at risk of collapse following last week’s devastating explosion at the Beirut port.
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Yankees place Aaron Judge on 10-day IL
Unfortunately for the Yankees, Aaron Judge’s injury was not a day-to-day situation. The Yankees announced Friday that the star slugger is headed to the 10-day injured list with a calf problem, according to The Post’s George A. King III. This is a big blow to the Yankees, especially considering Judge’s hot start. Judge blasted nine...
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