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The father of the University of Connecticut student wanted in two murders was arrested last month for allegedly groping an underage teen girl he supplied booze to, a report said. The alleged incident involving Robert Manfredonia, whose son Peter Manfredonia is still at large, occurred on April 10, the Connecticut Post reported, citing police. The...
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Tucker Carlson opened Tuesday's edition of "Tucker Carlson Tonight" by ripping the mainstream media for shaming Americans who spent part of their holiday weekend outside and not wearing masks.
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White House counsel Pat Cipollone has sent a letter to Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley defending President Donald Trump's authority to remove and replace the inspectors general for the intelligence community and State Department.
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Hong Kong's national anthem bill would make booing China's anthem punishable by three years in jail. It's sparking renewed protests
Fired Florida data scientist had been axed by FSU years ago for affair with student, report says
One of the people entering data on Florida’s coronavirus website fired in a dispute over what information should be made public was allegedly, according to a report in The Daily Mail, also fired from Florida State University in 2017 for having an affair with a student -- and later was charged with cyberstalking.
Quibi advertisers already wary of streaming service amid struggles
The star power of Sophie Turner didn’t offer enough immunity to protect Hollywood mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg from the pain of the pandemic. Large advertisers are seeking to defer payments to Katzenberg’s new video streaming service Quibi — just one month after launch, according to a new report. Advertisers including PepsiCo, Yum Brands, Taco Bell, Anheuser-Busch...
May 26 coronavirus news
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Maxim turns to controversial cover model contest during financial struggles
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LA retail stores to reopen with in-person shopping, mayor says
Personal service locations like hair salons will not yet be permitted to reopen, and dining in at restaurants still won't be allowed.
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Kings and Ducks done for season, but SoCal fans still could get to see playoff hockey
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Rays’ Blake Snell is now Scott Boras’ client
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Sports stadiums are finding creative ways to cater to fans
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De Blasio signs bill capping NYC restaurant delivery-app fees
Mayor Bill de Blasio signed several bills on Tuesday that could temporarily eat into the profits of food-ordering and delivery apps like Grubhub and UberEats.
There's one epidemic we may never find a vaccine for: fear of black men in public spaces
The Central Park dog dispute, the Minneapolis police fatal arrest and the Ahmaud Arbery shooting are fresh reminders that black men have long been a bogeyman in White America's collective psyche.
L.A. County will ask state to allow restaurants, other businesses to reopen sooner
L.A. County supervisors say the county has made enough progress in dealing with the coronavirus that they will ask the state to allow more establishments to begin reopening.
Naval Air Station Corpus Christi shooting: FBI officials say only 1 attacker
The FBI said Tuesday that its investigation points to only one attacker in the shooting at a Texas naval air base, days after the agency suggested another person involved might be on the loose.
Carrie Underwood says she 'swore' as a child that she would 'never' marry a hunter: 'Not in a million years'
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Public outcry following the death of George Floyd on Monday led to the firing of four Minneapolis police officers and an FBI investigation.
Mexico health workers demand more protection as COVID-19 toll in their ranks climbs
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Carrie Underwood, Mike Fisher talk marriage in new series 'Mike and Carrie: God & Country'
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Israel rejects $1.5B Chinese water plant after Pompeo said it could affect working relationship with US
The Israeli government announced Tuesday that IDE Technologies has been awarded a $1.5 billion contract to build the world’s largest desalination plant, beating out China-based CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd. -- an announcement just weeks after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reportedly opposed Chinese involvement in Israeli infrastructure.
Grassley unsatisfied with justification for IG firings
Senator Chuck Grassley said the White House's explanation for ousting inspectors general is insufficient.
Why Thailand isn't reopening to international tourists yet
International travelers hoping to visit Thailand will need to wait at least a few more months before packing their bags as the country continues to ban incoming flights due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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With news that many countries in Europe are reopening to tourism in time for summer, travelers with their sights set on Asia are anxiously awaiting word on when they'll be given the green light to visit their favorite destination.
Trump asks whether he should be taking insulin despite not being diabetic
"I don't use insulin," Trump said Tuesday. "Should I be? Huh? I never thought about it. But I know a lot of people are very badly affected, right? Unbelievable."
Atlanta church offering free coronavirus tests for 1 day in June
An Atlanta church is offering free coronavirus testing and is handing out free masks to anyone who receives a test.
Explainer: Hong Kong's China national anthem bill aims to legislate 'respect'
Hong Kong's legislature is moving forward on a controversial bill that would criminalise abuse of China's national anthem.
Ohio Republican governor says wearing a mask is 'about loving your fellow human being'
Republican Gov. Mike DeWine said Tuesday evening that wearing a mask to protect against coronavirus is "about loving your fellow human being," saying he tells Ohioans to wear the face coverings even as they have become a political flashpoint amid the pandemic.
Murdered Connecticut man's wife says wanted UConn student might have been targeting their neighbor instead
The wife of a man slain in a killing spree by a college student in Connecticut says she believes her husband "got in the way" of the suspect as he was looking for a young woman in the neighborhood.
'America's Got Talent': Singer Archie Williams gets second chance after wrongful conviction
Singer Archie Williams channeled his experience of wrongful conviction into an emotional rendition of Elton John's "Don't Let The Sun Go Down on Me."
TikTok stars Bryce Hall, Jaden Hossler arrested for drug possession: reports
TikTok stars Bryce Hall and Jaden Hossler, both members of the creative collective Sway House, have reportedly been arrested.
Wedding videographer allegedly denies refund after fiancée dies in car crash: 'Sorry, not sorry'
The fiancé of a Colorado woman who died in a February car crash says that not only is the wedding videography service they’d hired refusing to give a refund, it’s also threatening to sue him.
HBO Max: How to Switch From HBO Now to the New Streaming Service for Free
HBO Max is launching on Friday, May 27, and the streamer has made it simple to move from their existing HBO Now account to the new streamer.
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Hong Kong legislators are holding a debate on Wednesday over a controversial bill that would require schools to teach China's national anthem, organisations to play it and sing it, and anyone who disrespects it to face jail or fines.
L.A. County allows churches, stores, pools, drive-in theaters to reopen with restrictions
Los Angeles County announced Tuesday that it will align with California's latest guidelines to allow faith-based services, in-store shopping at low-risk retail stores, drive-in movies and other recreational activities.
'Seinfeld' actor Richard Herd dead at 87
Richard Herd, best known for his role on "Seinfeld," has died, Fox News can confirm. He was 87.