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US-China tensions heat up in South China Sea
For the first time in six years, two US Navy aircraft carriers are in the South China Sea, the latest show of military might from Washington as it pushes back against China's sweeping claim to much of the contested region.
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Tensions heat up in South China Sea as US makes significant show of force
For the first time in six years, two US Navy aircraft carriers are in the South China Sea, the latest show of military might from Washington as it pushes back against China's sweeping claim to much of the contested region.
Atlanta mayor calls for black community to stop 'shooting each other' after murder of 8-year-old
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms issued a full-throated call for the black community to stop "shooting each other up on our streets"
As Trump gaslights America about coronavirus, Republicans face a critical choice
• FDA chief refuses to say whether Trump's remark is true or false • When Trump's own medical advisers refuse to correct his misleading claim, the coronavirus trust gap grows
As Trump gaslights America about coronavirus, Republicans face a critical choice
The gulf between reality and President Donald Trump's delusional vision of a waning coronavirus threat was on full display this weekend, as cases soared in key hotspots while he delivered speeches at Mount Rushmore and at the White House, with little physical distancing and few masks, directly contradicting the advice from his public health experts.
Mets’ Dellin Bentances sees results after shutdown: ‘Blessing in disguise’
Dellin Betances took baseball’s 3 ½-month shutdown in stride. As spring training was shuttered in March, the Mets reliever was still building up strength in his left ankle after spending the offseason rehabbing from a torn left Achilles. Now, the right-hander would like to believe he’s ready for the lesser grind of a 60-game schedule,...
James Paxton ‘felt healthy’ in first step back to Yankees rotation
The first time the Yankees started spring training this year, James Paxton was fresh off back surgery and unable to do much of anything. Spring training 2.0 is off to a better start for the left-hander. Paxton looked sharp while throwing two innings in a simulated game Sunday, the second day of Yankees workouts in...
Uber agrees to buy Postmates with $2.65 billion all-stock deal
Ride-sharing company Uber Technologies Inc. has agreed on a deal to buy food-delivery app Postmates Inc. in a $2.65 billion all-stock agreement, Bloomberg News reported late Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter. The deal has been approved by Uber’s board and could be announced as soon as Monday, Bloomberg reported, adding that Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty, head...
Florida has topped 200,000 coronavirus cases
When Shaila Rivera and her new husband returned home from their honeymoon and tested positive for Covid-19, they expected a phone call from their local health authorities in Florida asking for a list of people they'd been near so that contact tracing could begin.
As Florida sets records for Covid-19 cases, health authorities often fail to do contact tracing
Despite claims that Florida traces every case of Covid-19, a CNN investigation found that health authorities in Florida, now the nation's No. 1 hotspot for the virus, often fail to do contact tracing, long considered a key tool in containing an outbreak.
Top NYPD cops call for Manhattan DA Cy Vance to appear at shooting scenes
NYPD leadership called out Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance on Sunday as gun violence spiked in the Big Apple. Top cops in Manhattan demanded to know why Vance hadn’t shown his face at the scenes of shootings on the island over Fourth of July weekend. “Manhattan DA Cy Vance where are you? No show at...
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Spencer Dinwiddie suddenly hopeful to join Nets for NBA restart
Despite having tested positive for COVID-19, Spencer Dinwiddie hasn’t given up hope of joining the Nets for the NBA restart. He’s slowly recovering from the virus and taking steps toward getting on the court. “Day 10 update: The sinus pressure headaches when I get up are starting to subside. But I was a lil too...
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Iran Confirms Centrifuge Facility Was Damaged in Fire at Nuclear Site
(TEHRAN, Iran) — Iran on Sunday confirmed that a damaged building at the underground Natanz nuclear site was a new centrifuge assembly center, the official IRNA news agency reported. Iranian officials had previously sought to downplay the fire, which erupted early on Thursday, calling it only an “incident” that affected an “industrial shed.” However, a…
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Atlanta mayor says 'enough is enough' after girl fatally shot near scene of Rayshard Brooks' death
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is calling for change to fight "the enemy within" saying that enough is enough after an 8-year-old girl was fatally shot Saturday near the Wendy's where Rayshard Brooks was killed.
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Two killed, six more presumed dead after planes collide over Idaho lake
At least two people were killed — and six others presumed dead — when two planes collided over an Idaho lake on Sunday, according to reports. The aircraft, believed to be carrying a total of eight passengers, struck each other at about 2:20 p.m. over Lake Coeur d’Alene, KXLY-TV reported, citing the Kootenai County Sheriff’s...
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2 planes collide over Lake Coeur d’Alene, 8 feared dead
Several agencies are responding to the scene
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19 trapped, including children, when tree falls on garage during thunderstorm
Nineteen people were rushed to hospitals in Maryland after a tree fell on a garage during a thunderstorm, trapping them.
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TikTok risks losing its biggest market
India is TikTok's top market for new downloads, and parent-company ByteDance had forecast $1 billion in advertising revenue there this year. Now India's ban on Chinese apps has put TikTok's fate in jeopardy in one of the fastest-growing markets in the world. CNN's Sherisse Pham reports.
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Improved Masahiro Tanaka back at Yankee Stadium on Sunday after frightening on-field moment
One day after being struck in the head by a line drive, New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka was back at Yankee Stadium on Sunday.       
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‘NOS4A2’ Headed Back to Its Most Fascinating Location: Parnassus
Zachary Quinto, Joe Hill and Jami O'Brien discuss the show's intriguing bad guy bar.
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Ghislaine Maxwell expected to appear in Manhattan this week for arraignment
Ghislaine Maxwell is expected to be transferred early this week to the Southern District of New York for her upcoming court appearance, according to a new letter filed by federal prosecutors on Sunday night. Maxwell, 58, is currently at the Merrimack County Jail, a medium-security facility 20 miles from the luxurious home where she was...
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'Devastating': Lin-Manuel Miranda, Zach Braff react to Broadway star Nick Cordero's coronavirus death
Hollywood and Broadway are paying tribute to Tony-nominated actor Nick Cordero, who died Sunday at 41 after a three-month battle with COVID-19.       
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The Children of Flint, A Different Kind of Vision, Rafa
The legacy of the Flint water crisis; Then, an architect is still designing after going blind; And, Ra-fael Nadal on his island home, his rivalry with Roger Federer, and his family.
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Ross Stripling is ready to claim David Price's spot in the Dodgers' rotation
Ross Stripling didn't make the Dodgers' starting rotation in the spring, but David Price's decision to sit out gives the right-hander a second chance.
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Today in History for July 6th
Highlights of this day in history: John Lennon and Paul McCartney meet for first time; Baseball's first All-Star Game; Outbreak of the Biafran War; Painter Frida Kahlo born; Althea Gibson wins at Wimbledon; Singing cowboy Roy Rogers dies. (July 6)       
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Teen baseball player on racist taunts: It really hurt
Jeremiah Chapman, a baseball player for Iowa's Charles City High School, says people in the crowd yelled "you should have been George Floyd," and "get back to the fields" during a game at Waverly-Shell Rock High School on June 27. He talks to Ana Cabrera about his experience.
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Yankees know World Series hopes face daunting coronavirus challenges
The Yankees entered 2020 with championship aspirations. And while that mindset remains the same during spring training 2.0, they acknowledge what lies ahead for them — and the rest of the league — is daunting. Before they can compete for a title, they have to get through camp and then a 60-game regular season before...
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Ghislaine Maxwell needs to spare the ‘poor little rich girl’ act
What are we thinking for props? A walker, à la Harvey? A cane like Cosby? Since Ghislaine Maxwell so clearly adores older men who rape and predate, it seems logical she’ll hobble her way into court as those two did, claiming a sudden onset of chronic illness. After all, the publicity spin has already begun....
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Doyel: After chaos in the Brickyard 400 pits, a wife waits for a phone call in North Carolina
An ugly Brickyard 400 crash on pit road sent a Ryan Blaney crew member to the hospital and had his nervous wife answering the phone in North Carolina.       
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Pinkerton: Will Joe Biden Sign a Pledge to Protect American Monuments?
It shouldn’t have to get to this point, but here it goes: We need a written pledge to protect our statues and monuments. That is, a written document for politicians to sign, if they wish, pledging to protect public order and the dignity of our society.
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Eight people are believed to be dead after two planes collided over Idaho's Coeur d'Alene Lake
Eight people are believed to be dead after two planes collided over Coeur d'Alene Lake in Idaho and then sank, Kootenai County Sheriff's Office Lt. Ryan Higgins said.
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Protesters destroy Christopher Columbus statues over Fourth of July weekend
Protesters beheaded a Christopher Columbus statue in Connecticut, tossed another into Baltimore’s harbor and set fire to a “pioneer family” sculpture in Portland, Oregon, over the Fourth of July weekend as clashes over controversial monuments continued to rage across the country. “While we welcome peaceful protests and constructive dialogue on whether and how to put...
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Broadway actor Nick Cordero dies at 41 after long battle with COVID-19
Broadway actor Nick Cordero died of coronavirus complications after spending more than 90 days in the intensive care unit. He was 41.
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Nick Cordero, Nominated for Tony as Tap-Dancing Tough Guy, Dies at 41
The Broadway actor’s battle with the coronavirus was followed closely by many as his wife chronicled his experience on social media.
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MSNBC's Cross: Independence Day a Celebration of 'Independence for White Men'
MSNBC "AM Joy" guest host Tiffany Cross on Saturday took aim at the July 4 holiday in response to President Donald Trump's weekend rally at South Dakota's Mt. Rush
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Breonna Taylor's lawyers link her shooting death to 'outrageous' search warrant, Louisville gentrification plan in new court filing
The complaint claims Breonna Taylor got wrapped up in a case that was less about a drug house and more about speeding up the city's development.        
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Steve Hilton: 5 things Trump should do to win reelection
President Trump should galvanize the country with positivity and optimism, Steve Hilton said Sunday, encouraging the Trump campaign to spread a message of hope as it works to reenergize his reelection bid.
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L.A. County coronavirus cases hit a record one-day high over 4th of July weekend
The number of hospital patients with confirmed coronavirus infections jumped 41% in the last three weeks in Los Angeles County.
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Rushmore was Trump at his best: Devine
He’s back! President Trump’s brilliant Mount Rushmore speech Friday laid out a winning campaign theme to restore national optimism. Of course, his media antagonists fell over themselves to find fault with it. He presented an antidote to the viciousness that has engulfed America, a declaration of love for this country, warts and all, a reaffirmation...
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Remembering Nick Cordero: The Broadway star's life in photos
Broadway star Nick Cordero, a standout in "Rock of Ages" and "Bullets Over Broadway," has died of COVID-19 complications at 41. His life in pictures.        
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7 men arrested for making Nazi salutes, yelling racial slurs at black family
Seven white men were arrested for allegedly making Nazi salutes and yelling racial slurs at a black family celebrating Independence Day at an Oregon beach, police said Sunday. The seven, from Clark County, Washington, were part of a larger “highly intoxicated” group harassing the family on the Fourth of July in Lincoln City, police said....
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Meet Alex Kline, Knicks’ 26-year-old scout with makings of front-office star
He was all sneakers, backpack and glasses, dwarfing his slight frame. He was impossible to miss at AAU events, a high school-aged kid who clearly wasn’t a player. A “cool, nerdy, little geeky guy” is the way close friend Frantz Massenat described him. But if you focused on Alex Kline, you could quickly tell he...
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Rep. Steube fires back at Trump critics over July 4 address: 'They will criticize anything he does'
Rep. Greg Steube defended President Trump’s Fourth of July speech Sunday amid withering criticism from liberals who called his remarks divisive instead of unifying.
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Aaron Glee has been charged with murders of Oluwatoyin Salau and Vicki Sims in Florida. He 'would have killed again,' experts say.
"Glee would have killed again if given the chance and most likely intended to acquire additional victims," said one renowned expert.        
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Bloody July 4th weekend rages on in NYC, with two men fatally shot minutes apart
The 4th of July weekend bloodshed in New York City continued Sunday night as at least six men were shot, two fatally, in a span of less than three hours, police said. Three of the four men wounded by gunshots were in grave condition, cops said Sunday night. The first murder, which police were notified...
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Nick Cordero, Broadway actor, dies at 41 after battle with Covid-19
Nick Cordero, a Broadway actor who had admirers across the world rallying for his recovery, has died after a battle with Covid-19, according to his wife, Amanda Kloots.
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Kevin Harvick wins second straight NASCAR Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis
Kevin Harvick held off Matt Kenseth in overtime at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to earn his fourth NASCAR Cup Series win of the season.       
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Frederick Douglass Statue Torn Down and Vandalized in Rochester, N.Y.
In Rochester on July 5, 1852, Douglass gave the speech “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July,” in which he called the celebration of liberty a sham in a nation that enslaves and oppresses its Black citizens
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