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VIPs flock to Jill Rappaport’s Hamptons ranch for Ron Howard doc
Introducing the film via video, Howard said: "There's tremendous value in having a real connection with your community."
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Kansas Congressman Steve Watkins charged with voter fraud
Watkins, who represents Kansas' 2nd district, now faces three felony charges and a misdemeanor.
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Jacob deGrom exits Mets scrimmage early with back issue
Jacob deGrom left Tuesday’s intrasquad game after just one inning with back tightness, the team announced. DeGrom is slated to start the opener on July 24 against Atlanta at Citi Field and had looked sharp both in March in Port St. Lucie and in spring training 2.0 in Queens. He was expected to build up...
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Everything you need to know about Peacock, latest entrant in the streaming wars
Peacock, NBCUniversal's new streamer, launches Wednesday. Here's what you need to know, from the prices of its tiers to what TV shows and movies will be on it.
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Jeff Sessions Is Projected To Lose Comeback Bid For Alabama Senate Seat
The Associated Press projects that Sessions loses to former football coach Tommy Tuberville, who has been endorsed by President Trump.
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Shohei Ohtani's diligent approach leaves Angels' pitching coach in awe
Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway is impressed by how Shohei Ohtani approaches his pitching and hitting duties through 'impeccable routines.'
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A nursing home turned down free testing. Now almost every resident is infected
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Doctor paints dire picture: We're running out of beds in the morgue
Dr. Quinn Snyder describes some of the disturbing things he's seeing on the front lines in Arizona as healthcare workers continue to deal with increasing numbers of Covid-19 patients.
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Harlem EatUp! virtual festival to raise funds for black-owned businesses
Wynton Marsalis, Spike Lee and top chefs like Emeril Lagasse and Bobby Flay, are among the expected VIPs.
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Minnesota homeless encampment: Crime increases in Powderhorn Park
Minneapolis officials are grappling with escalating violence at a homeless encampment inside a city-owned park.
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Ex-MLB slugger Aubrey Huff says coronavirus is 'a system of control in order to crash the economy to get Donald Trump out of office'
Former MLB slugger Aubrey Huff took his thoughts to Twitter on Tuesday about California’s decision to once again enter lockdown due to the spike in coronavirus cases across the state.
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Dustin Johnson is not afraid of big-hitting Bryson DeChambeau
DUBLIN, Ohio — Consider this a shot fired. Dustin Johnson on Tuesday made it clear he’s not intimidated by the new-found length off the tee Bryson DeChambeau has been flashing the past month thanks to his new-found bulk. DeChambeau, who’s added some 25 pounds of muscle to his frame and has gone from being ranked...
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Kansas freshman GOP Rep. Watkins charged with 3 felonies
A freshman Kansas congressman who had listed a UPS Inc. store as his residence on a voter registration was charged Tuesday with three felonies, including illegal voting.
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Kansas Congressman Steve Watkins charged with felonies in voter registration case
The charges are linked to the 2019 municipal election, in which Watkins voted but was not a candidate, according to authorities.        
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Charlize Theron on discussing racism with her Black children: 'I vowed that I would always tell them the truth'
Charlize Theron works to always be open with her two children.
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NEOWISE comet seen with Northern Lights in stunning image
The NEOWISE comet has been delighting skygazers around the world this month – with photographers turning their lenses upward and capturing it above landmarks across the Northern Hemisphere.
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Jewel opens up about homelessness, mental health struggle
"I have passed out from panic attacks actually, but I kept standing up."
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What has happened to Trump's messaging mojo
His three-word-chants don't work anymore (plus KAG, as in Keep America Great, sounds like gag), his mocking nicknames fall flat and even rallygoers check their watches, write Juliana Silva and Bill McGowan. A pandemic, economic pain and social unrest find this President with few messaging options.
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07/14: Red and Blue
Pres. Trump speaks on rise in COVID19 cases; Sessions, Tuberville face off in AL Senate runoff
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Ayaan Hirsi Ali praises Bari Weiss, warns 'censorship terrorists' are leading US 'down a path to hell'
Human rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali warned on "The Story" Tuesday that "censorship terrorists" are leading the country "down a path to hell" in response to New York Times opinion columnist Bari Weiss' scathing resignation letter.
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LA Times op-ed mocked for calling to replace 'The Star-Spangled Banner' with 'Lean on Me'
An op-ed from The Los Angeles Times raised eyebrows for calling on "The Star-Spangled Banner" to be canceled as the national anthem. 
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'Die Hard' or 'Inception'? Get ready for an action-packed Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown
"There's Something About Mary," "Legally Blonde" and "Eyes Wide Shut" also compete in this week's edition of the LA Times' Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
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Most Big School Districts Aren’t Ready to Reopen. Here’s Why.
All but two of the nation’s 10 largest districts exceed a key public health threshold, according to a New York Times analysis.
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Naya Rivera's family speaks out, remembers the star as a ‘beautiful legend’: 'Heaven gained our sassy angel'
Naya Rivera's family is remembering the late "Glee" star.
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Yasiel Puig, Atlanta Braves come to terms on one-year deal
Yasiel Puig, the last big-name unsigned free agent available, has agreed to a one-year deal with the defending NL East champion Atlanta Braves.       
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Tommy Tuberville wins the Alabama GOP Senate primary, defeating Jeff Sessions
A Tommy Tuberville campaign sign on Three Notch Road during Election Day on July 14, 2020, in Mobile, Alabama. | Michael DeMocker/Getty Images The former Auburn University football coach will face Democrat Doug Jones in November. Former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville defeated former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in Alabama’s Republican primary runoff election on Tuesday, setting up a November match against current Democratic Sen. Doug Jones, who became the first Democrat to win a Senate seat in the state since 1992 when he defeated alleged child molester Roy Moore in a2017 special election. In a state Donald Trump won handily back in 2016, Tuberville is favored to win in November. Tuberville has never served in elected office (and moved to Alabama only two years ago), and his campaign against Sessions was largely based on his support for the president. Trump endorsed Tuberville in March, tweeting, “Tommy was a terrific head football coach at Auburn University. He is a REAL LEADER who will never let MAGA/KAG, or our Country, down!” On a Monday call with Alabama voters, Trump said of Tuberville, “He’s going to have a cold, direct line into my office. That I can tell you.” Whether Tuberville was a “terrific” football coach at Auburn is a matter of some debate, but his close ties to college football — in a state where football is king — played a big role in his campaign against Sessions. I spoke to Bill Britt, editor-in-chief of the Alabama Political Reporter, who told me that while Sessions was enmeshed in his first real campaign since the mid-1990s, “Tuberville, who is a decade younger and appears to be much more vital, is proving to be very good at one-on-one politicking.” Britt added that Tuberville’s college football experience was perhaps paying off in a new arena. “Years of recruiting players and back-slapping wealthy alumni has given him a far greater ability to reach people in rural Alabama,” Britt said. “A Republican has to win rural Alabama to win any primary.” Tuberville’s football past could play a surprisingly big part in November’s general election. Though he gained national attention for leading the Auburn Tigers to an undefeated season in 2004, five years earlier he handed down a one-game suspension to a player who was charged with the second-degree rape of a 15-year-old girl. Despite the player pleading guilty to contributing to the delinquency of a minor, Tuberville permitted the player to remain on the team. Tuberville also abandoned Texas Tech recruits and assistant coaches mid-dinner in 2012, the night before he announced he would take a new job at the University of Cincinnati. And then there was his infamous radio appearance in 1998 when, as then-head coach at the University of Mississippi, Tuberville promised he would only leave the job “in a pine box” — and then flew to Auburn two days later to become head coach of the Tigers. On the field, as Sessions’s campaign noted on Twitter, Tuberville’s stints at Auburn, Texas Tech, and Cincinnati did not end successfully. “He was the leader of a team that went bad,” Sessions said July 11. Whether he’ll serve his team well in November remains to be seen. If watching you coach taught me anything @TTuberville, it’s that you’re no good at sitting on a lead. That’s why you finished 5-7 and 4-8 in your last seasons at Auburn and Cincinnati. If you are too weak to debate, you do not deserve to represent the people of Alabama. https://t.co/3Jdt8XC2mG— Jeff Sessions (@jeffsessions) May 26, 2020 Support Vox’s explanatory journalism Every day at Vox, we aim to answer your most important questions and provide you, and our audience around the world, with information that has the power to save lives. Our mission has never been more vital than it is in this moment: to empower you through understanding. Vox’s work is reaching more people than ever, but our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources — particularly during a pandemic and an economic downturn. Your financial contribution will not constitute a donation, but it will enable our staff to continue to offer free articles, videos, and podcasts at the quality and volume that this moment requires. Please consider making a contribution to Vox today.
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Tracy Anderson opening COVID-conscious outdoor studio in Hamptons
Her most popular class costs $90 for "drop-ins" and $4,860 for guaranteed access through Labor Day.
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Mets have come together to regain spring training momentum
It felt so very Metsian, if extremely insensitive to share the observation, that their spring training of great positivity — their showcase of promise and hope — ended suddenly and prematurely due to a pandemic. Yet to watch these same Mets do their work at spring training 2.0 is to conclude their strong vibe seems...
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In CA: Some GOP elected officials accuse Newsom of issuing 'confusing orders' and don't appreciate being sidelined
The state sets tiers for who gets priority when it comes to COVID-19 testing. And all this authority-ing by Gov. Gavin Newsom isn't sitting well with some Republican elected officials, who say shutting things down isn't working. Plus: More on that L.A.-based moldy jam.       
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Bear leaves Ontario home hungry after breaking in to find pizza
Bears can smell roughly seven times greater than a bloodhound.
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Sheldon Silver must appear in NYC courtroom for sentencing, judge rules
Crooked ex-pol Sheldon Silver failed Tuesday to convince a judge that the coronavirus pandemic makes it too dangerous for him to get re-sentenced in person for his $4 million bribery scheme. Manhattan federal Judge Valerie Caproni rejected a request by the once-powerful, former Assembly speaker to appear before her by video-conference on Monday. “The Courthouse...
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Trump says 'more white people' are killed by police, while studies show Black people are more likely to be killed
President Trump's comments come after weeks of protests against racism and police brutality in the wake of George Floyd's death.        
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North Carolina man awaiting trial on murder charges recaptured after escape from maximum security prison
A suspected murderer escaped from a maximum security prison in North Carolina last week after disguising himself and following another employee out the door – then made it almost 50 miles away in a stolen electrician’s truck before authorities recaptured him.
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LA County has more coronavirus cases than Canada: LA mayor
Garcetti also emphasized that if the county was an "independent country" it would "have the 20th most cases in the world."
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Michael B. Jordan on protesting, creating drive-ins with diverse films
Michael B. Jordan on protesting, creating drive-ins with diverse films       
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New York Times Will Move Part of Hong Kong Office to Seoul
A sweeping national security law passed by China in June has unsettled news organizations and created uncertainty about the city’s prospects as a hub for journalism in Asia.
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No fans will be allowed at Eagles, Phillies home games
Both the Philadelphia Eagles and Phillies won’t be allowed to have fans at home games in 2020, a city official said Tuesday. “The Eagles are still going to be allowed to play, although without crowds,” Brian Abernathy told the Philadelphia Inquirer. “The Phillies will continue to be allowed to play, although without crowds.” The city...
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China places sanctions on Lockheed Martin over arms sales to Taiwan
China announced Tuesday that they will be placing sanctions on U.S.-based defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp., for their missile sales to Taiwan.
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Rep. Jackson Lee claims GOP, NRA have made 'getting guns out of neighborhoods ... very difficult'
House Homeland Security Committee member Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, criticized  Republicans and the National Rifle Association (NRA) on "The Story" Tuesday while discussing a spike in gun violence across America's cities.
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Father of slain Brooklyn baby says son’s killer should ‘rot in hell’ at vigil
The father of Davell Gardner, the 1-year-old boy fatally shot outside a Brooklyn park this week, said at a Tuesday night vigil that his son’s killer deserves “to rot in hell.” “You took my son’s life away,” Davell Gardner Sr. said at Raymond Bush Playground, where his baby was fatally shot Sunday night after at...
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NBA players are already snitching on Disney bubble violators
The NBA’s “snitch hotline” is apparently blowing up. As part of a 113-page memo, the NBA set up an anonymous hotline for players to report peers they suspect are breaking the rules. Multiple tips have already been submitted to the hotline, according to The Athletic, to report potential protocol violations. The NBA is attempting to...
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‘RHOA’ and ‘Love & Hip Hop’ stars arrested during Breonna Taylor protest
Smith, Williams, rapper-activists Trae tha Truth and Mysonne, as well as "over 100" others, were arrested.
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'Just ludicrous.' Cooper slams Trump's Covid-19 comments
CNN's Anderson Cooper says that President Donald Trump turned a Rose Garden event into a campaign rally and again ignored the coronavirus pandemic while citing a lie about Covid-19 testing.
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NYC street vendor’s heroic tale proves Times Square is more than a ‘tourist hell trap’
Duane Jackson's humble souvenir stand of 23 years and bomb-thwarting past went viral this week, thanks to a Twitter thread from his proud daughter Tiffany.
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A Montana nursing home turned down free Covid-19 tests. Now, almost every resident is infected and 8 have died
Canyon Creek Memory Care, an assisted-living facility in Billings Montana, had the option to get free, voluntary surveillance testing for residents and staff offered by the state of Montana in May but declined, health officials say. Now, almost all of the facility's residents and some staff have Covid-19 and 8 residents have died of the disease, officials say.
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Even with the administration’s about-face on international student visas, enrollment is still set to plummet
Other immigration policies still in place may bring new international student enrollment down to levels not seen since World War II.
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Cuomo fears summer parties will spur community spread of COVID-19
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Suffolk County officials expressed alarm Tuesday that summer parties are contributing to the spread of the coronavirus. The governor and Suffolk officials said attendees of a 4th of July party in Holtsville contracted COVID-19 from another participant who was infected, the type of spread that could trigger a larger cluster in...
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Trump plans to appoint former aide Sebastian Gorka to the National Security Education Board
Gorka served as deputy assistant and to the president for less than a year before leaving his position rancorously. He focused on national security.        
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