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A Letter From an Abortion Provider to My Colleagues Fighting COVID-19 | Opinion
To the front-line doctors, nurses, epidemiologists and hospital administrators: Welcome to the politicization of medicine—and what must be our collective fight against it.
Germany lifts blanket warning against travel to all countries outside the EU
'The 100' Season 7 Netflix Release Date: When the Final Season Is Streaming
"The 100" Season 7 has now finished airing on The CW, meaning that the show's final run of episodes will be coming very soon to Netflix.
Diocese of Rockville Centre files for bankruptcy after child sex abuse lawsuits
The Diocese of Rockville Centre — one of the nation’s largest Catholic diocese — has filed for bankruptcy as a result of more than 200 sexual abuse lawsuits. Bishop John Barres made the announcement in a video Thursday, saying the diocese was filing for protection under Chapter 11 bankruptcy. “This decision was not made lightly,”...
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Have that coffee after breakfast especially if you had a bad night's sleep, research suggests
San Diego Loyal forfeits match after opposing player allegedly directed homophobic slur at Collin Martin
The San Diego Loyal forfeited its match Wednesday after players believed a member of opposing team directed anti-gay slur toward an openly gay player.
NFL postpones Steelers-Titans game after another Tennessee player tests positive for COVID-19
Another Tennessee player has coronavirus, so league will reschedule game with Pittsburgh for later this season.
Trump in New Jersey, Biden in Delaware: The 2020 campaign trail
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COVID-19 pandemic delays critical breast cancer diagnoses
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Russia's Navalny accuses Putin of being behind poisoning
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is recovering in Germany after being poisoned in Russia by a nerve agent, accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of being behind the attack in comments released Thursday.
Ted Cruz to CNN's Cuomo: 'Donald Trump Broke You Guys' -- 'Your Entire Network Now Is Just How Much You Hate Trump'
Wednesday on CNN's "Cuomo Prime Time," Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) went head-to-head with Chris Cuomo on topics including COVID-19, allegations of racism aimed at Donald Trump, economic issues and the Trump's Supreme Court appointment during a nearly 20-minute-long segment.
Feds tried to stop plant closure after COVID deaths, official says
A COVID-19 outbreak at the Foster Farms poultry plant​ in Merced County claimed multiple workers' lives.
Eye Opener: Debate commission plans changes to format
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Have that coffee after breakfast especially if you had a bad night's sleep, research suggests
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California wildfires scorch nearly 4 million acres as hot and windy weather may fuel Glass, Zogg fires
Nearly 4 million acres have burned in California so far this year as the state enters the most dangerous month of fire season on Thursday amid ongoing wildfires that may be fanned by more treacherous weather in the days ahead.
Mark Cuban donates $50,000 to Los Angeles deputies wounded in ambush attack
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban donated $50,000 to each of the families of the two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies who were wounded in an ambush attack last month.
Chrissy Teigen, John Legend announce loss of baby
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Pastor did meth with parishioners, performed exorcism on 1-year-old: cops
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The McLaren GT is out of this world in style and performance
Low, wide and ridiculously graceful, the GT is McLaren's 'practical' car, a European-style GT that can carry a couple off to a weekend getaway.
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Marlins vs. Cubs prediction: Take the Over in vital Game 2
Yu Darvish had a rough go of it at the beginning of his tenure with the Chicago Cubs, but he put it together in 2020 and will try to guide the team to victory over the Miami Marlins on Thursday. Darvish went 8-3 with a 2.01 ERA, lasting at least six innings in each of...
Cinedigm and Kanopy Deal Will Bring 24 New Films to the Free-to-User Streaming Service This Month
The Cinedigm collection includes films like The Falling, Life and The Look of Silence.
Majority of Americans say flu shot is best preventative measure, but only this many will get it
The results of a recent survey found that while most participants agreed the vaccine is the best protection against flu, a smaller percentage actually plan to be inoculated.
Large Pennsylvania health care company hit by malware attack
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Fall can still be fun: Where to safely find pumpkins, festivals and frights
Your favorite autumn activities have been reconfigured for social distancing.
Burger King CEO Says They Deserve Michelin Star, Launches Official Campaign
The Burger King Belgium CEO has started a petition asking the Michelin inspectors to consider the fast-food restaurant for the accolade.
Federal Food Box Aid to Millions of Americans Now Required to Include Letter Crediting Trump
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Half of NYC restaurants, bars may close for good due to COVID-19: audit
As many as half of all New York City bars and restaurants could shutter permanently within the next six months due to the coronavirus, according to a stunning new audit released Thursday by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. The report lays bare the extent of the pandemic’s fiscal impact on one of the city’s lifeblood industries,...
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Donald Glover and Michelle White welcome third child
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Playboy is going public
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Pope Francis refuses to meet with Mike Pompeo before election
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Another 837,000 Americans filed first-time jobless claims
Another 837,000 workers filed for first-time unemployment benefits last week, on a seasonally adjusted basis. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
Amazon still selling kids' Confederate soldier costume that Party City pulled
A Confederate soldier costume for children is still available for sale on Amazon after Party City pulled the same controversial outfit following fierce backlash when the getup was spotted on a store shelf in Virginia two weeks ago.
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Police dog sniffs out 24 pounds of cocaine stashed in NYC apartment's secret compartment
A sharp-nosed police pooch sniffed out more than 24 pounds of cocaine that was stashed behind bathroom vanity in the Bronx apartment of an alleged drug trafficker.
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Trump suggests McDonald's french fries are responsible for his keeping his hair from falling out
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