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Trump orders TikTok's Chinese-owned parent company to divest interest in US operations
President Donald Trump issued an executive order Friday evening directing ByteDance, the Chinese-owned parent company of TikTok, to divest interest in the app's US operations within the next 90 days.
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Dodgers are betting the farm on homegrown pitching depth
The Dodgers' focus on developing young homegrown starting pitchers has resulted in sustained effectiveness and a rosy future.
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USPS will stop removing letter collection boxes in Western states until after the election, spokesman says
The US Postal Service will stop taking letter collection boxes off streets in Western states following accusations the removals would further limit some voters ability to send back mail-in ballots.
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Mollie Hemingway: The media is downplaying FBI lawyers guilty plea in Durham probe because they were 'implicated'
The media is downplaying the news that a former FBI lawyer will please guilty  as part of the Durham probe b because they don't want to held accountable for their role in Russia investigation, the Federalist's Maollie Hemingway said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
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Puerto Rico's future is for Puerto Ricans to determine
Every year that passes without the federal government affording Puerto Ricans the opportunity to express their will is another reminder of the shameful history of the United States' colonialism. It was 244 years ago when the 13 colonies made it clear that their relationship with the British crown was not working. Today, another colonial relationship --between Puerto Rico and the US-- is not working and is in desperate need of reassessment.
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Stirewalt responds to Hillary offer to help Biden 'any way I can': 'Consider a five-month-long cruise'
If Hillary Clinton wants to help Democrats win back the White House this fall, "she should consider a five-month-long cruise, maybe from pole to pole," Fox News politics editor Chris Stirewalt told "The Story" Friday.
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Nurses in a San Antonio hospital organize a patient's wedding to help lift his spirits
A San Antonio man who was hospitalized with Covid-19 the same week as his wedding got the chance to say "I do" with the help of compassionate hospital staff.
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New bodycam video from Floyd's death shows panicked witnesses
Newly released police bodycam footage from the fatal arrest of George Floyd shows a crowd of bystanders becoming increasingly upset as police hold down the 46-year-old Black man.
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Additional evacuations ordered in explosive Lake fire
Officials ordered evacuations Friday evening for residents in the Antelope Valley region as the Lake fire showed an increase in activity.
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Lindsey Vonn shares videos from getaway in Mexico, says she’s more than 6 feet ‘away from anyone'
Lindsey Vonn is having some fun in the sun, and according to the star, is social distancing while she does. 
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UFC 252 weigh-ins: Best photos
Check out all the best photos from the UFC 252 weigh-ins.        Related StoriesPhotos: Dana White's Contender Series 28 official weigh-ins and faceoffsKai Asakura def. Hiromasa Ogikubo at Rizin FF 23: Best photosUFC on ESPN+ 32: Best photos from Las Vegas 
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'I have no idea why': 5-year-old boy fatally shot in North Carolina 'loved everybody,' family says
The world knows Cannon Hinnant as the North Carolina 5-year-old who was fatally shot while riding his bike. His family is mourning a life cut short.        
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Buckingham Palace releases new photos of Princess Anne ahead of her 70th birthday
Princess Anne, Queen Elizabeth's only daughter, turns 70 on Saturday.
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Los Angeles won't ticket for street sweeping violations until October at the earliest
The city delayed the return of street sweeping tickets by two months or more to encourage residents to stay home.
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Donny Deutsch apologizes for using racist term while condemning Trump supporters' alleged racism
Former MSNBC host Donny Deutsch apologized on Friday for using the term "yellow man" while criticizing "racist" Americans who trusted information from President Trump about the coronavirus pandemic.
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Family grapples w/questions after shooting death of 22-year-old
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Man pepper sprays bus driver after argument
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Two Black men recall serving in Air Force
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Mourners grieve 'senseless' killing of 11-year-old
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Newlyweds learning to fly together -- literally
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1 in 4 young people in the US reporting suicidal thoughts during pandemic
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Thousands swarm Belarus streets to protest police violence during peaceful demonstrations
Thousands of demonstrators flooded the streets of Minsk, the capital city of Belarus, to protest police violence against peaceful demonstrators earlier this week following a dispute presidential election.
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New questions about Trump's influence over the USPS
As President Donald Trump battles with Democrats over funding the United States Postal Service, there are new questions about the president's influence on the service and an inspector general investigation into its restructuring by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. CNN's Abby Phillip reports.
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Rudy Giuliani Rips 'Bully' Kamala Harris as a 'Horrible Prosecutor'
"That woman is a bully," Guiliani continued, referring to Harris. "She prosecuted little people and she wouldn't prosecute big people."
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Trump Demands TikTok's Owners Sell the App and Destroy All Data in 90 Days
An executive order issued by President Donald Trump on Friday forces TikTok's Chinese owners to sell the app's U.S. interests and destroy data it has collected from users within 90 days.
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Trump orders TikTok to sell U.S. assets within 90 days, citing national security concerns
President Trump ordered the Chinese parent company of TikTok to sell or spin off its U.S. assets within 90 days, citing national security concerns.      
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Advocates say homeless hotel program discriminates against disabled people
A program that has moved thousands of vulnerable homeless people into hotel and motel rooms to protect them from the coronavirus is discriminates ing against some of the most needy and vulnerable living on the streets
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US considering coronavirus strain for potential human challenge trials -- but there's no intention to use it, Fauci says
The nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, confirmed to CNN on Friday that scientists at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases are working to have a strain of coronavirus created that could be used in human challenge trials of a Covid-19 vaccine.
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Clyburn Says No to Payroll Tax Cut -- 'We Can't Worry About Giving' Break to People Who Are Working
Friday on Fox News Channel's "Cavuto," House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC) spoke out against a payroll tax cut proposed by the Trump administration.
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Fact check: Trump's favorite mail-in voting fraud claims
President Trump continues to claim mail-in voting is rife with fraud. CNN's Daniel Dale explains how his go-to examples don't showcase fraud, but they do illustrate serious problems facing mail-in voting in 2020.
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NYPD union endorses Trump: ‘We need your strong voice across the country’
The New York City Police Benevolent Association personally endorsed President Trump on Friday night for the next election as the commander in chief leans into his “law and order” platform. “I cannot remember when we’ve ever endorsed for the president of the United States until now — that’s how important this is,” said Pat Lynch,...
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Tucker argues Democrats using coronavirus 'as a political weapon' in hope of winning in November
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden used the coronavirus pandemic to send a message of "power and coercion" Thursday by calling on America's governors to mandate outdoor mask-wearing and telling Americans such a move was "not about your rights, but about your responsibilities," Tucker Carlson argued Friday.
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Police seek owner of lost wedding dress in Arizona
The Apache Junction Police Department in Arizona posted a picture of the bride on Facebook in hopes of tracking down the owner of the lost dress.
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Team Trump’s pushback against China is long overdue
The diplomatic war with China continues to heat up, but Beijing is leaving the world no choice but to respond to its belligerence. Just this week, the Chinese slapped sanctions on several US lawmakers, charging them with “behaving badly” on Hong Kong issues. The move came after Washington imposed its own sanctions on Hong Kong...
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Twitter Mailbag: Does Marlon Vera have a chance against Sean O'Malley?
Is "Chito" being overlooked heading into the UFC 252 co-feature bout? MMA Junkie's Nolan King looks at this and more.       Related StoriesUFC 252 faceoff highlights: Stipe Miocic, Daniel Cormier meet one last time before fight5 burning questions heading into UFC 252Video: A history of faceoffs between Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier ahead of UFC 252 
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Donald Trump Accepts Raucous Endorsement from New York City Police Union
Trump welcomed a group of enthusiastic New York City officers to his club in Bedminster, New Jersey, for an event to announce the endorsement from the New York City Police Benevolent Association.
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NYC man wanted for torching NYPD car busted after taunting feds
A Queens man wanted for allegedly torching a cop car had spray-painted “TOO LATE!” on his wall to taunt the feds — but he didn’t flee fast enough and FBI agents nabbed him anyway, Brooklyn prosecutors said. Sam Resto was busted at his work Thursday afternoon with a passport in his backpack, and admitted to...
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1 in 4 young people are reporting suicidal thoughts. Here's how to help
In the early days of the pandemic, many people came together to help each other, connecting over socially distant dinners and reaching out for video calls with friends they hadn't talked to in months.
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Brooklyn Nets are the NBA's loveable underdogs, but those days are numbered
The Brooklyn Nets have accomplished a lot under interim coach Jacque Vaughn, but things would change quickly if Gregg Popovich becomes their coach.
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How the US is shutting down Venezuela’s socialist-thug drug biz
On April 1, President Trump launched a historic counternarcotics operation to target drug traffickers and disrupt the flow of illicit drugs to the United States. The narco-traffickers targeted include members of the illegitimate, thuggish regime of Nicolás Maduro and the Cartel de los Soles (“Cartel of the Suns”) in Venezuela. The president and his national-security...
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Virginia Tech renames dorms once named after men with racist views
The dorms will now be named after prominent Black people associated with Virginia Tech.
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New York City Police Union Endorses President Trump's Reelection Campaign
New York City Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch said Friday that New York officers were "the most compassionate people on the face of the earth."
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Officials warn of California power outages due to strain on grid during heat wave
The body that runs the electric grid for most of California has declared a statewide Stage 2 emergency due to excessive heat driving up electricity use and straining the grid, warning of rotating power outages if the situation doesn't improve.
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California parents challenge school closure order
A group of Calif. parents have filed a lawsuit challenging Gov. Gavin Newsom's order barring schools from opening for in-person instruction until their counties get off the state watch list for COVID-19. A federal judge is set to hear the case. (Aug. 14)       
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The US-China fight began with trade. Now it's the one thing still working for them
"The most stable part of the US-China relationship is the spat that kicked the latest bout of tensions off a couple of years ago: trade."
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Analysis: The US-China fight began with trade. Now it's the one thing still working for them
Tensions between the United States and China have soared as the two superpowers fight over everything from the coronavirus pandemic, human rights and Hong Kong, to who controls the technologies of the future.
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The US-China fight began with trade. Now it's the one thing still working for them
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Climate study finds global COVID-19 shutdowns had 'negligible' impact on temperatures
A new study claims the coronavirus-related shutdowns that halted economies around the world yielded emissions reductions but had a "negligible" overall impact on global temperatures -- a finding likely to provoke further debate about the utility of sweeping environmental regulations with potentially massive economic tradeoffs.
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