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Diplomats demand Pompeo act on accusations of border mistreatment of minority officers
The American Academy of Diplomacy urged Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday to address "the deeply troubling pattern in the mistreatment of Black, Hispanic and other minority officers crossing U.S. border/entry points."
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James Roday Rodriguez Reclaims His Birth Name: “I Sold Out My Heritage”
"I realize I essentially perpetuated an institutionalized element of what’s broken about this industry," he said.
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Every day, I watch Trump's psychodrama play out in my inbox
Elizabeth Bass writes about her constant companion: A daily stream of emails from the Trump campaign. Unlike most emails from politicians, the President's rely on emotional messages: you're special, you're different -- or conversely, offer admonishments that you've let down the President.
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Special-needs teen incarcerated for not doing her online schoolwork
A 15-year-old Michigan girl was sent to juvenile detention after a judge ruled that she violated probation when she failed to complete her online coursework, according to a new report. The girl, identified only as Grace, has been incarcerated since May when the judge revoked her probation for her “failure to submit to any schoolwork...
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Sorry, NY Times: Cops aren’t mindreaders
Police officers are often heroes, but The New York Times want them to be something else — superheroes. In an editorial Tuesday, the Times accused the NYPD of attacking “peaceful protesters” during recent demonstrations, yet “the department failed to prevent theft and the destruction of property in Midtown Manhattan, SoHo and the Bronx.” First, not...
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Terry Crews: Mom was ignored at hospital until a black nurse recognized her
“There’s no reason for her to have been left unattended in a bed for two weeks other than her color."
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After Three Days of Fighting Warship Fire, Ship’s Fate Uncertain: Navy
It could cost the military an estimated $4 billion to replace the ship
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Toronto Blue Jays seeking exemption from Canadian officials to play home games
The Major League Baseball season is set to begin July 23, but the Toronto Blue Jays still aren't sure what city they'll be calling home.
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Bari Weiss exposes how The Times has gone astray: Goodwin
Back in 2012, a Goldman Sachs banker famously quit his job in a New York Times op-ed. On his last day at work, Greg Smith got on the biggest soap box he could find to declare that Goldman’s culture is “toxic and destructive.” Bari Weiss has now done the same thing to the Times itself....
Pentagon says US has withdrawn from 5 bases in Afghanistan as part of agreement with Taliban
The Pentagon announced Tuesday that the US has withdrawn from five bases in Afghanistan and reduced the size of its forces there as part of the agreement it entered into with the Taliban earlier this year.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Trump talks to CBS News
President Trump said the killing of George Floyd was "terrible" but appeared to bristle when asked why Black Americans are "still dying at the hands of law enforcement in this country."
Florida man accused of painting anti-racism messages on 100 stop signs faces felony charges
A Florida man accused of spraying anti-racist graffiti on dozens of stop signs allegedly met investigators with a barrage of profanities when they looked through his trash and his home during the execution of a search warrant last week.
Editorial: Orange County wants to teach kids 'persistence' by refusing to protect them from COVID-19
The good news is that the Board of Education has no power to impose these "recommendations" on any of the 27 school districts in Orange County
Florida seniors mark four months isolated indoors -- and the virus is only getting worse
While much of the US shut down to help curb the coronavirus pandemic, life in Florida seemed oddly uninterrupted. Beaches grew crowded, and so did bars, with many residents standing firm against wearing masks.
Airbnb appeal for ‘contributions’ to hosts with empty homes sparks outrage
Airbnb is encouraging users to make donations to its “hosts” who’ve been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis — sparking outrage Tuesday over the “tone deaf” appeal. A Twitter user in London posted a screenshot of an email, in which the short-term rental company said that “hosts on Airbnb are impacted by COVID-19, and many...
Rockets’ Russell Westbrook was at Vegas club one month before testing positive for COVID-19: report
Houston Rockets’ Russell Westbrook was out partying at a Las Vegas club exactly one month before he tested positive for COVID-19.
Will and Jada Pinkett Smith Played Us All
Their infamous Red Table Talk episode was a feat of brand management, obscuring more than it ever “revealed.”
NBA bubble fits Clippers' Patrick Beverley to a 'T'
Clippers guard Patrick Beverley relied on hustle and exploiting any edge to carve a place for himself in the NBA, so selling T-shirts in Orlando, Fla., seems fitting.
Biden His Time
Staying out of the spotlight has been a smart move for Joe.
Denver Nuggets' Nikola Jokic returns to team in Orlando's NBA bubble
Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic made another step in his progress toward returning to play after testing positive for COVID-19.
Lost dog tag returned to family of deceased Marine
A family discovered a dog tag while kayaking in Ohio on the Fourth of July. After posting about it on Facebook, the lost dog tag was eventually returned to the family of a Marine who had died after an accident 46 years ago. Chip Reid has the story.
Mitch McConnell warns Kentucky about coronavirus surge as Trump downplays pandemic
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has been crisscrossing Kentucky and delivering a sober analysis of the country's struggle with the coronavirus pandemic, imploring Americans to wear masks and warning in blunt terms that it's unclear how long the virus will continue to wreak havoc on the country.
Does sanitizing the NYC subway help kill COVID-19? Experts weigh in
New York City shut down its subways overnight and tested powerful ultraviolet lamps to disinfect seats, poles and floors to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Ex-NYC subway boss Andy Byford doesn’t want to be London’s ‘Tube Daddy’
New York’s former “Train Daddy” Andy Byford has a new gig running London’s transportation system — but don’t call him “Tube Daddy.” Byford — who oversaw the Big Apple’s subways before abruptly resigning in February — demurred when asked by the Evening Standard whether his nickname would live on in London, where the underground is...
Patriots plan to cut attendance to 'about 20 percent' amid pandemic concerns
The New England Patriots are planning to have fans in the stands this year but are maxing out at around 20 percent capacity, the team announced Tuesday.
Hundreds of Marine volunteers take part in COVID-19 research program
The military is researching the effects of COVID-19, and trying to determine why young people seem more resistant to the virus’s effects. Volunteers at The Citadel in North Carolina are providing saliva, nasal swabs and blood samples to help the research. Mark Strassmann reports.
Katie Pavlich decries potential indictment of armed St. Louis couple as a 'miscarriage of justice'
"The Five" co-hosts Katie Pavlich and Greg Gutfeld reacted Tuesday to the revelation by St. Louis homeowner Mark McCloskey -- who along with his wife Patricia brandished legally-owned firearms when confronted by Black Lives Matter protesters at their home last month -- that "the rumor is" the couple will be indicted shortly over the incident.
Jennifer Grey to star in and executive produce new dance-themed film
A new untitled dance movie is taking shape at Lionsgate, set in the 1990s and starring and executive produced by "Dirty Dancing" Golden Globe nominee Jennifer Grey. While details are being kept quiet, there’s some rumblings that a new "Dirty Dancing" movie could be in the works. Sources aren’t confirming, but they aren’t putting the idea in a corner either.
Who gets a ballot this fall? States have limited time to decide whether to allow vote-by-mail
With less than four months until Election Day, states have limited time to decide whether vote-by-mail will be permitted as states grapple with how to hold a safe election amid the coronavirus pandemic.
LAPD officer sues city over sexually harassment claims, alleges Mayor Garcetti didn't try to stop it
A Los Angeles police officer who once served as part of Mayor Eric Garcetti's security detail claims one of his advisors sexually harassed him for several years in the presence of the mayor, who did nothing to stop it, according to a lawsuit.
Covering up the camera could damage your laptop: Apple
Don't cover your camera, Apple has warned MacBook users — it could break your display.
Biden criticizes Trump's response to coronavirus
Joe Biden ridiculed President Trump's response to the coronavirus outbreak and criticized Mr. Trump for failing to listen to his own medical experts like Dr. Anthony Fauci. A new CBS Battleground Tracker poll finds Biden ahead or close to the president in Arizona, Texas and Florida, the current COVID-19 hotspots. Ed O'Keefe reports.
How to best see Comet NEOWISE before it fades into space
Get out this week and look up to see Comet NEOWISE, the most spectacular comet in decades.
LAPD officer accuses top Garcetti advisor of sexual harassment
An LAPD officer who worked on Mayor Eric Garcetti's security detail is suing the city, alleging he was sexually harassed by Rick Jacobs, a Garcetti advisor.
First coronavirus vaccine tested in U.S. moves forward
Nearly two dozen possible COVID-19 vaccines are in various stages of testing around the world. Candidates from China and Britain's Oxford University also are entering final testing stages.
France gives health care workers "historic" pay raises
"I just wish it didn't take a pandemic for us to be seen and heard," one health care worker said.
Pompeo 'gravely concerned' by Lam’s warning that Hong Kong possibly violated Beijing 'security law'
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he was gravely concerned over the remarks made by Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam.
Trump talks coronavirus and policing in exclusive interview
In an exclusive interview with CBS News, President Trump defended his response to the coronavirus pandemic, insisting that despite long lines and long waits, testing is "working well." Mr. Trump also discussed the ongoing controversy surrounding the Confederate flag. Catherine Herridge spoke with the President at the White House.
'Glee' star Naya Rivera died from drowning, autopsy rules
An autopsy issued by the Ventura County Medical Examiner's Office has ruled that actress Naya Rivera died as a result of drowning.
US allies once seemed cowed by China. Now they're responding with rare coordination
In 2017, China's Xi Jinping made a speech in Davos calling for global cooperation on free trade and climate change. It was a sign he was ready to commmit China to the rules-based order. Three years later, the warmth in the room at Davos has gone.
Biden unveils clean energy plan
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is boosting his commitment to "a clean energy future" with a $2 trillion clean energy and infrastructure plan, which he says will create "millions" of jobs and move the U.S. closer to a carbon-free future. Watch his remarks.
Justice Ginsburg hospitalized for possible infection
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital on Tuesday after experiencing fever and chills Monday night. Ginsburg's health has been under scrutiny recently, especially among liberals who are worried about her eventual retirement and what it would mean for the court. Paula Reid reports.
'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' returns to the studio without an audience
Fallon and his band returned to NBC's Rockefeller Center headquarters in New York City on Monday.
Police Investigate Incident Where Officer Appeared To Use Knee To Restrain Suspect
Allentown, Pa., police released a video showing police subduing a man. Part of the video shows an officer placing a knee to the man's neck, drawing comparisons to the George Floyd incident.
How many hot dogs can a human possibly eat? Science finally has an answer
Science has finally provided an answer to that all-important question: How many hot dogs can a human eat? The answercomes from an analysis of 39 years of data from the annual Nathan's Famous Coney Island Hot Dog Eating Contest.
The Women Fighting Domestic Violence During the Coronavirus
We know domestic violence is spiking under lockdown — we just don’t know the details. Here are women who do.
‘Dirty John’ Finale: Where are Betty Broderick and Her Children Today?
Here's everything we know about the real Betty Broderick story.
How the Islanders’ deal with Ilya Sorokin unfolded
Ilya Sorokin’s new deal with the Islanders relied on a little bit of faith. The prized goalie prospect signed a one-year, entry-level contract and a one-year contract extension for the 2020-21 season, the team announced Monday. By signing now, Sorokin can burn this season, which will count toward his service time, and become a restricted...