Donald Trump Jr.: 'Big Tech is activist liberal'

Donald Trump Jr. appeared on "Watters' World" Saturday where he commented on Big Tech, calling them out for allegedly censoring him and other conservatives.
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New York suspends nearly 100 liquor licenses for COVID-19 violations
ALBANY — Nearly 100 bars and restaurants have now had their liquor licenses suspended for violating social distancing and other coronavirus-related restrictions, according to new state data released Tuesday. State Liquor Authority inspectors yanked 11 additional licenses from offending businesses Monday night for a total of 94 statewide, after conducting over 900 compliance checks and...
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How To Watch The Rockets Vs. Trail Blazers Live Online
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Astronauts describe thrilling re-entry
With a piloted test flight complete, NASA hopes to certify the SpaceX capsule for operational missions.
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This couple adopted their daughter during the pandemic
CNN's Anderson Cooper shares stories of families finding happiness during the coronavirus pandemic. Watch "Full Circle" every Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 6pm E.T.
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Dee Snider rocks solo on new album and video
The Twisted Sister vocalist drops a new home video, filmed during his latest solo concert tour.
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Southern fast-food chain holding influencer contest for grandparents
The Birmingham, Alabama-based Jack’s Family Restaurant is looking for people to nominate their “favorite southern grandparents” to become “Granfluencers.”
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Mets lose Robinson Cano to IL in bittersweet injury update
WASHINGTON – The Mets are bloodied but managed to avoid a worst-case scenario Tuesday. Even so, the team lost its hottest hitter for at least 10 days with Robinson Cano’s placement on the injured list with a grade two left abductor strain. Two other Mets players who received MRI exams, Jeff McNeil and Amed Rosario,...
How the U.S. can combat disinformation campaigns
Nina Jankowicz, author of "How to Lose the Information War," joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss what the U.S. can learn from other countries about how to fight disinformation.
Trump threatens to take executive action if deal on coronavirus stimulus bill not reached soon
President Trump said he was optimistic that negotiations on Capitol Hill over another massive coronavirus stimulus bill are going well, but added that he wouldn’t hesitate to take executive action if talks come to a stalemate.
Rams' Jalen Ramsey perturbed by repeated questions about impending contract extension
Jalen Ramsey walks out of a videoconference with reporters after fielding several questions about a contract extension — and then returns to explain his exit.
Detroit Lions' Matthew Stafford's wife blames NFL for harassment received after false positive coronavirus test
After a false positive Covid-19 test put Matthew Stafford, quarterback for the Detroit Lions, on the NFL's Injured Reserve/Covid list, life has been terrible. And his wife blames the NFL.
Woman participating in COVID-19 trial so she can hug her grandchildren again
Firefighters accused of removing BLM banner
Pregnant teen and unborn baby shot and killed
Rising teen activist killed in park shooting
7 Cardinals players test positive for COVID
Indianapolis 500 to be held without fans
Trump says US efforts 'working very well' as coronavirus death trends continue upward
President Donald Trump held a press conference Tuesday focused on the coronavirus pandemic and said mitigation efforts are "working very well," despite rising cases.
Trump: explosion in Beirut was likely an 'attack'
President Donald Trump says U.S. military generals have told him that they think the massive explosion that rocked Beirut on Tuesday, killing more than 70 people, was likely a bomb. (Aug. 4)
Val Kilmer’s daughter Mercedes follows dad into acting with ‘Paydirt’
She fell asleep watching Dad's 1993 "Tombstone."
Scientist says she made up Twitter account for Arizona State prof who ‘died’ of COVID-19
An Arizona State University professor who posted on Twitter for years about social justice issues and recently detailed her fight with COVID-19 was said to have died last week — but she actually never existed. BethAnn McLaughlin — who announced the made-up professor’s death on July 31 — admitted to The New York Times on...
The Coronavirus Relief Negotiations Are Completely Stuck
And the only thing that can unstick them is more American pain.
Virgin Atlantic files for bankruptcy in the US
Virgin Atlantic has filed for bankruptcy in the United States as the global airline industry reels from the coronavirus pandemic.
US satisfaction falls to lowest point in 9 years, poll finds
US satisfaction in the state of national affairs is at 13% -- falling from a 15-year high just before the coronavirus pandemic hit to its lowest point in nine years, according to a Gallup poll released Tuesday.
Sparks find success with Chelsea Gray leading veteran-loaded team
Chelsea Gray hopes to lead the Sparks back to a championship, but this time as a starter on a loaded team of veterans.
Oil company Allenco and its leaders face criminal charges over 'deteriorating' wells
Officials say the inactive Allenco drilling site near USC continues to pose a potential risk to public health and safety.
WNBA players wear shirts backing political opponent of Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler
WNBA players have escalated their opposition to Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) by wearing shirts supporting one of her opponents in the election.
CBS News investigation finds Milwaukee plant employee returned to work with COVID-19 and died
Employees at a Milwaukee engine plant are working without any coronavirus guidelines and one employee has died from the virus. Nancy Cordes reports.
Journalists have died for their reporting in Indian-administered Kashmir. But since last year, few dare to print the truth
Almost one year after the start of the communications blackout, some are questioning whether an independent press in Jammu and Kashmir is possible at a time when readers need it most.
LPGA player withdraws after caddie's positive COVID-19 test
Perrine Delacour withdrew from the LPGA's Marathon Classic after her caddie tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the LPGA's positive case to four.
Officials blame ammonium nitrate for Beirut blast as death toll continues to rise
The death toll from a massive blast that rocked Beirut Tuesday has risen to at least 78 people — with officials blaming a shipment of ammonium nitrate that sat in a warehouse since 2013 for the deadly explosion that also injured nearly 4,000. The Lebanon defense council declared the port area of the country’s capital...
Nurse who spent 117 days in the hospital with Covid-19 says 'it feels great to be alive'
Sharon Tapp, a nurse of 40 years, remembers going to the hospital in Bethesda, Maryland, with shortness of breath, and being taken care of right away, even from the parking lot.
Clorox wipes won’t be fully restocked in stores until 2021
Clorox is wiped out. The company’s CEO said its iconic wipes won’t be fully restocked in stores until 2021 — after the coronavirus pandemic sent the demand for the disinfectant tissues skyrocketing. “Disinfecting wipes, which are the hottest commodity in the business right now, will probably take longer because it’s a very complex supply chain...
Lupe Fiasco, Virgil Abloh create 'Shoes' for Ahmaud Arbery
Lupe recruited longtime friend and current artistic director of Louis Vuitton's men's wear, Virgil Abloh, for a song called "Shoes" dedicated to Ahmaud Arbery. (Aug. 4)
Two-year-old hears for the first time after cochlear implants
A little girl from Kansas finally got to experience something most of us take for granted. Janet Shamlian has the story.
Kristin Cavallari reunites with ex Stephen Colletti for a picture
Kristin Cavallari and Stephen Colletti reunited for a photo -- and fans cannot contain their excitement.
Wall Street Journal editorial accuses teachers unions of using pandemic to commit 'political extortion'
Teachers unions across the country see the coronavirus pandemic as "an opportunity" to "squeeze more money from taxpayers and put their private and public charter school competition out of business," the Wall Street Journal editorial board charged in an op-ed published late Monday.
Navy SEALs cut ties with museum over Colin Kaepernick video
After a video surfaced online of the Navy SEAL Museum using a Colin Kaepernick jersey as a prop during a K-9 demonstration at a fundraiser last year, the commander of the Navy SEALs came out and said that it will suspend its support of the museum.
Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin leaves ice on stretcher after awkward collision
Toronto's Jake Muzzin was cross-checked by Columbus' Pierre-Luc Dubois and fell headfirst into the leg of Blue Jackets forward Oliver Bjorkstrand.
Chicago cop could be fired for lying about 19-year-old Black man's death
Six years after a Black teenager was shot and killed by Chicago police, one of the officers involved could lose his badge.
Memphis Grizzlies' Jaren Jackson Jr. done for rest of play in bubble after tearing meniscus
Memphis Grizzlies big man Jaren Jackson Jr. has suffered a torn meniscus and will not play for the remainder of the team's time in the bubble.
W.H.O. Casts Doubt on Coronavirus Originating in Wuhan, China 
A senior World Health Organization (W.H.O.) expert on Monday declared that the novel coronavirus did not necessarily jump from animals into humans in Wuhan, China, where health officials detected the first clusters of the highly contagious and lethal disease.
Texas entrepreneur spent coronavirus relief on Lamborghini, strip clubs: USDOJ
A Texas businessman spent federal relief funds designed to help small businesses weather the coronavirus pandemic on a Lamborghini and strip clubs, authorities said Tuesday.
Coronavirus pandemic reduces parents’ spending on back-to-school clothes, items
Phoenix Suns stun Los Angeles Clippers to remain unbeaten in NBA restart
Phoenix Suns improve to 3-0 in NBA restart after Devin Booker's bucket at the buzzer gives them a stunner Tuesday over the Los Angeles Clippers.
Deputies accused of being in secret societies cost L.A. County taxpayers $55 million, records show
Los Angeles County has paid out roughly $55 million in settlements since 1990 in civil cases involving allegations that sheriff's deputies belonged to a secret society, records show.
More than 50% of the US population is now under the age of 40
It's official: millennials and those in the younger generations now make up more than half of the US population.