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Businesswoman leads Guatemalan election, early results show

Early results in Guatemala's presidential election point to a businesswoman in the lead to oversee a nation where tens of thousands have fled poverty and gang violence this year to seek a new life in the United States.
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Al Roker gives update following shoulder surgery
"Thanks for all the good wishes and prayers."
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Super Bowl champion Matt Light not onboard with masks to prevent coronavirus
Matt Light, a three-time Super Bowl champion and former New England Patriots star offensive lineman, said Tuesday he didn’t believe masks were effective to prevent from getting the coronavirus.
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L.A. father whose tip exposed Singer's college admissions scandal sentenced to one year in prison
The L.A. financier whose tip exposed William "Rick" Singer's college admissions scam is sentenced to one year in prison for securities fraud.
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Letters to the Editor: With Kamala Harris as VP pick, expect Trump to go full dictator against Joe Biden
Strong as the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris ticket may be, Trump may be inspired by other autocrats to hold onto his power at all costs.
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Giants’ dire cornerback dilemma puts added pressure on James Bradberry
The need certainly seems to be there. Unless you ask Joe Judge. The first-year head coach knows more than anyone what he has on his roster and when he scans the list of cornerbacks, there is James Bradberry as a given and then everyone else as, well, something else. As situations go, this one appears...
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NBA bans casual acquaintances, social media friends from bubble under guest policy
People that are “known by the player only through social media or an intermediary" won't be allowed inside the NBA bubble.
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I Just Had an “A Ha” Moment About My Wife’s Behavior in Bed
I’m not sure how to bring it up.
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Bullet strikes Air Force helicopter flying over Virginia
The FBI and the Air Force are investigating the incident, which happened Monday.
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Neck gaiters may be worse than not wearing a mask at all: Study
Researchers from Duke University found that neck gaiter they tested was "worse than nothing."
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Secret: Dare to Dream’ On VOD, A Painfully Earnest Imagining of the Best-Selling Book
We investigate if the power of positive thinking can keep this drama from being a dud.
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Ex-Pinterest COO sues company for gender discrimination, wrongful termination
She took a job as Pinterest’s Chief Operating Officer in March 2018 after serving in leadership roles with Charles Schwab, Google, and Square.
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Earn up to 100,000 bonus miles with United Airlines credit cards
For those looking to quickly boost their balance of frequent flyer miles, United is offering bonuses when you sign-up for the airline's credit cards.
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‘(Un)Well’ and ‘The Goop Lab’ Present Two Contradictory Sides to Wellness
(Un)Well seeks to find the truth in a complicated industry Netflix has already explored.
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Georgia clothing store called 'racist' for appointment fee policy
A clothing store in Georgia has been accused of being “racist” after it shared a new policy on its Facebook page that waived a fee for non-White customers.
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Spat between Ben & Jerry's, UK govt. over treatment of migrants heat up
Hundreds of people have made the dangerous crossing in the past weeks of calm summer weather.
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U.S. colleges could lost $1 billion for nixing fall sports
Revenue losses from cancelling sports could cripple athletics departments and lead to job losses, experts say.
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Coronavirus has burst NBA bubble of most recognizable L.A. superfan
The NBA playoffs will take place this year in the Orlando, Fla., bubble without the presence of one of the league's most devoted fans, James Goldstein.
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Opinion: Nebraska bailing out on Big Ten may be more than bluster
Nebraska's tantrum following the Big Ten's announcement to shutdown fall sports isn't merely performative red meat being thrown to the base.        
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Indians' Adam Plutko blasts teammates for breaking COVID protocols: 'They lied to us'
Cleveland Indians’ pitcher Adam Plutko expressed his blunt disdain for teammates Zach Plesac and Mike Clevinger after the pair was caught leaving the bubble to go out in Chicago after a game against the White Sox. 
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NFL champ says he was sexually abused in college
A former University of Michigan football captain is coming forward to share his story of alleged abuse at the hands of a now-deceased sports doctor (Aug. 12)       
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Dems say Mnuchin offered to meet but refused to budge on COVID bill
Top Democrats say Mnuchin made an "overture" to meet but made it clear "the White House is not budging" in negotiations.
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Trump wants to replace defense secretary after election: report
WASHINGTON — President Trump wants to replace Mark Esper after the November election because of his defense secretary’s hesitation to deploy active US military to quell violent protests, a report said Wednesday. Esper, who was named secretary in July 2019, has told people close to him that he plans to leave regardless of the outcome...
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Bear Grylls talks new competition show 'World's Toughest Race'
Bear Grylls is back with a brand new show stuffed with rigorous physical challenges in the great outdoors.
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones addresses national anthem stance, says he will listen to players
Until Wednesday, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones had not made any public comments since the May 25 death of George Floyd.        
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Viking Cruises cancels sailings for the rest of 2020, cites coronavirus uncertainty
Viking Cruises has canceled its sailings through the end of the year, citing the ongoing uncertainty about the coronavirus pandemic.       
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California coronavirus deaths double, with rural areas and suburbs hit hard
The weekly death toll in California among COVID-19 patients is nearly twice its previous high in April as more cases shift to rural and suburban areas.
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Trump's new coronavirus adviser echoes his non-science views
Months into the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump has added Dr. Scott Atlas as a medical adviser. CNN's Brianna Keilar and Kaitlan Collins have the details.
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Les Wexner agrees to give written deposition in Epstein-related case
Billionaire fashion mogul Les Wexner has agreed to answer written deposition questions to prove he had no knowledge of an extortion scheme by Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre in a legal battle between her and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz. In a newly unsealed letter to a Manhattan federal judge, Wexner’s attorneys said they offered...
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UFC veteran Paige VanZant signs multi-fight deal with Bare Knuckle FC
Paige VanZant was thought to be one of the hottest free agents available in MMA. However, her next home won't be with an MMA promotion.       Related StoriesDespite being just 21, Cory McKenna confident she has experience to compete in UFCUFC 252 'Embedded,' No. 3: Daniel Cormier plays the trilogy on EA UFC 4 video gameDWCS 28 contract winner Impa Kasanganay all good with Aug. 22 turnaround for UFC debut 
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Trump's misleading spin on the economy won't end before Election Day
With three months to go until Election Day, the president is sticking to his playbook when it comes to the economy. He's still taking credit for the positive, ignoring the negative and making stuff up to cater to his base.
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Local Matters: Kamala Harris' political roots in California
Senator Kamala Harris has made history as the first woman of color on the presidential ticket for a major political party. She is also the first Californian since Ronald Reagan sought reelection in 1984. LA Times politics reporter Melanie Mason joins CBSN's Anne-Marie Green to talk about the senator's Golden State roots.
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Ohio State football player expresses confusion after season postponed, OK'd to return to campus
An Ohio State Buckeyes football player learned his football season was over and hours later he was cleared to return to campus for class.
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Dolly Parton set to release first holiday album in 30 Years: 'A Holly Dolly Christmas'
Dolly Parton is bringing some holiday joy early with her upcoming album “A Holly Dolly Christmas.”
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N95 masks used against coronavirus can be decontaminated with rice cooker: study
N95 masks may be able to be decontaminated from certain viruses, including coronavirus, according to study.
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Air Force helicopter flying over Virginia shot by a bullet
A military helicopter flying over northern Virginia was shot by a bullet this week, injuring a crew member and forcing an emergency landing. The incident happened during a training mission just after noon on Monday, but the US Air Force did not disclose it until Wednesday. “Initial findings are that the helicopter was struck by...
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Sony Pictures to host drive-in movie screenings on studio lot
It's a sign of the times.
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Black women jubilant about Harris' selection as Biden's running mate
Harris, a daughter of immigrants, is the first Black woman and the first Asian-American woman on a major party's presidential ticket.
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Kamala Harris’ Indian American Identity Is Finally in the Spotlight
As a desi speaking only for myself, I will admit to a befuddling crush of emotions.
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CSA President urges de Blasio, Carranza to delay school reopenings
The city’s principals union called for a delay in the reopening of New York’s public schools to allow more time to address coronavirus concerns, the group said in a letter released Wednesday. “I write on behalf of New York City’s 6,400 school leaders urging you to heed their dire warnings concerning the city’s September 10...
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Despite being just 21, Cory McKenna confident she has experience to compete in UFC
Cory McKenna is young, but she's more than ready to make her mark in the UFC strawweight division after winning at DWCS 28.        Related StoriesDWCS 28 contract winner Impa Kasanganay all good with Aug. 22 turnaround for UFC debutAdrian Yanez flattered by Jorge Masvidal comparison but wants to pave his own wayUFC 252 'Embedded,' No. 3: Daniel Cormier plays the trilogy on EA UFC 4 video game 
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Florida sheriff tells deputies not to wear coronavirus masks at work: report
A Florida county sheriff on Tuesday sent an email to his deputies ordering them not to wear masks while on duty or when they are in his office.
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Trump encourages North Carolina supporters to vote by mail, as he attacks voting by mail
President Donald Trump on Tuesday expanded his mail-in voting message, encouraging North Carolina supporters to vote absentee even as he continued to assail vote-by-mail.
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Biden, Harris appear together for first time since VP announcement
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are making their debut together as running mates Wednesday afternoon in Wilmington, Del., a day after Biden announced his choice of the California senator to join him on the 2020 Democratic ticket.
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Rebecca Minkoff shares her favorite clean skincare and makeup products
Including her very own just-released perfume.
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The 18 best back-to-school items you can get on Amazon
You can get all your back-to-school supplies on Amazon, including top-rated pens, Sony noise-canceling headphones, and the Fjallraven Kanken backpack.       
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Uber CEO says the service might shut down in California if it has to reclassify workers
Uber's CEO says it might shut down temporarily in California if the state's court doesn't change its ruling on drivers.       
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FC Dallas soccer game will be the first major league sports event played in front of a crowd since pandemic
Despite the state recently experiencing a surge in coronavirus cases, Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, will play host Wednesday to the first Major League Soccer game of the season with fans in attendance.
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What Kamala Harris Means for Immigrant Americans
As the daughter of two immigrants, she’s already a powerful symbol. She could be even more.
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