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Gandhi’s glasses surface after being left in mailbox
Glasses that once belonged to Mahatma Gandhi have surfaced after they were left in the mailbox of a UK auction house. The BBC reports that the glasses were found in a plain envelope by staff at East Bristol Auctions. The auction house describes the artifact as “a rare and important pair of spectacles,” noting that...
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$260K ‘skinny house’ near Chicago stuns TikTok watchers
"That's not a house, that's a hallway."
First night of DNC to feature Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders
The first night of the Democratic National Convention will have a theme of unity against President Trump, with former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Sen. Bernie Sanders and former First Lady Michelle Obama all slated to speak. Kasich, a Never Trump Republican who ran against President Trump in the 2016 GOP primary, will appear the same...
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger welcome a baby girl: See the sweet photo
Actor Chris Pratt and author Katherine Schwarzenegger celebrated the birth of their first child, Lyla Marie, in a heartwarming social media announcement.
Trump narrows nomination speech sites to Gettysburg and White House
The president said he will choose between the two sites for his speech accepting the Republican nomination for president.
Lebanon's prime minister resigns amid protests over port explosion, says corruption has 'paralyzed' the state
Before his resignation, Prime Minister Hassan Diab's government referred the matter of the port explosion to the Supreme Judicial Council, which handles crimes related to national and state security.
Dodgers reliever Joe Kelly placed on injured list with shoulder inflammation
The Dodgers placed Joe Kelly on the injured list Monday because of shoulder inflammation. They recalled left-hander Adam Kolarek to take his spot on the roster.
Tekashi 6ix9ine, bodyguards ride NYC subway without masks
If the Bloods don’t get him, COVID-19 might. Tekashi 6ix9ine rode the New York City subway with four armed security guards, a female companion — and no mask, according to footage posted on the rapper-turned-snitch’s Instagram on Friday. “F–k it took the train today because I felt like it,” the rapper posted. In the clip,...
Rescue Efforts Underway in Mauritius to Contain Growing Oil Spill Before Stranded Ship Breaks in Two
Already more than 1,000 tons of fuel has washed up on the eastern coast of the island, polluting its marine life
Tony Pettiti, MLB's deputy commissioner of business and media, leaving for job at Activision/Blizzard
Tony Pettiti was one of Manfred's most trusted associates and considered one of MLB's most powerful executives. He helped expand playoffs this year.
Why 'real fear' and 'unknowns' of COVID-19 have led to college football's potential postponement
What I'm Hearing: Dan Wolken details his conversations with university administrators and their fears about putting on a college football season during a pandemic. It's one of the many reasons for its potential postponement.
Australia's Victoria state sees deadliest day in pandemic, but fewer new infections
Australia has reported the deadliest day of the coronavirus pandemic in Victoria since the outbreak began, while daily infections fell to its lowest number in weeks.
Will a coronavirus vaccine help those who need it most?
There is a lack of trust between minority communities and the health care system, Dr. Uché Blackstock said.
Indonesia’s Sinabung volcano ejects towering column of ash
MEDAN, Indonesia — Indonesia’s rumbling Mount Sinabung erupted Monday, sending a column of volcanic materials as high as 5,000 meters (16,400 feet) into the sky and depositing ash on villages. Falling grit and ash accumulated up to 5 centimeters (2 inches) in already abandoned villages on the volcano’s slopes, said Armen Putra, an official at...
Disney Television Studios Drops Fox Name With Studio Rebranding
Disney is renaming its acquired studios 18 months after the Disney and 21st Century Fox merger.
Florida Panthers, longtime general manager Dale Tallon part ways
Dale Tallon's 10-year tenure with the Florida Panthers included two division titles, but plenty of missed playoffs and no trip to the second round.
James Hong, ‘Hollywood’s most prolific actor,’ may finally get Walk of Fame star
He has more credits than nearly anyone in Hollywood, yet he still isn't a bona fide "star."
Columbine-obsessed teens accused of plotting school shootings in Indiana
Two Columbine-obsessed teenagers have been accused of planning mass shootings targeting two Indiana high schools — in which they were allegedly going to “kill a bunch of human scum,” according to court documents. John Schultz IV, 18, and Donald Robin Jr., 17, were so obsessed with the 1999 Colorado school massacre they even had tattoos...
Metro bus fatally strikes man in East L.A. and still continues on route
California Highway Patrol investigators said the bus driver did not realize the 26-year-old man had been struck by the bus' rear tire in East L.A.
Jason Derulo clubbed a little too hard. Will Smith's teeth paid the price
"Whatcha Say" singer Jason Derulo knocked "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" Will Smith's teeth out — but we're not sure if it was real.
‘Rutherford Falls’ Adds Dustin Milligan, Three Others to Cast
The Peacock comedy stars Ed Helms as a small-town legend who fights the moving of a historical statue.
The 4 best action movies streaming on Hulu
Nothing turns a boring movie night into an exciting one quite like a quality action movie.
President Trump tweets support for college football players amid talk of season cancellation
President Donald Trump is backing college football players hoping to play amid expectations of conference cancelling seasons due to COVID-19.
Metallica plans first concert of 2020 at drive-ins across the country
After country concerts by Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton, metal band Metallica is getting in the game as part of Encore Drive-In Nights.
Twitter users marvel at face mask attached to bodysuit: 'Screaming'
Who said that PPE can’t be posh?
Therapy dog comforts essential workers on New York City streets
Buddy the therapy dog can't go inside Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital any more because of visitor restrictions in place due to the pandemic. So, he's been providing therapy sessions to essential workers on New York City streets.
President Trump backs college football players’ quest to play 2020 season
College football stars’ push to play this season has received a presidential stamp of approval. University leaders may have more of a say in this situation, but President Trump on Monday retweeted Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence with his own message supporting a 2020 season in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. “The student-athletes have been...
The changing face of Madonna
The singer is turning 62 on August 16.
Craft breweries unsure about future of industry during coronavirus pandemic, with sales down as much as 20%
A third of craft breweries in Texas don't think they'll be able to weather the pandemic.
DuckDuckGo Urges DOJ to Encourage Mobile Search Competition
Privacy-based search engine DuckDuckGo released a study on Monday which found that allowing smartphone users to choose their default search engine could result in Google losing 20 percent of its search market.
Texas man charged with kidnapping in death of soccer mom who was his ex-wife
A Texas man has been charged with kidnapping in the death of his ex-wife – a soccer mom with three children, according to reports.
De Blasio says nearly 3 of 4 families agree to some in-person learning amid coronavirus
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said that approximately 74% of parents have signed up to participate in some sort of in-person learning as part of the city’s “blended learning” plan for the fall semester amid the coronavirus pandemic.
100 mph winds possible for Chicago this afternoon
A very strong line of thunderstorms, called a derecho, will plow through the Midwest this afternoon. Winds of 100 mph could be seen from Chicago to Indianapolis.
How coronavirus impacted a billion dollar blooms business
During these unprecedented times, Kenya's flower industry has dealt with a period of logistical nightmares and lost revenue. CNN's Eleni Giokos takes a look at how this blooming industry has worked to get their perishable product to market around the world.
Black male leaders say Biden will lose election if he doesn't choose Black woman as VP
The urgency for Biden to choose a Black woman has gone from something that "SHOULD happen to something that HAS to happen," the letter said.
Mets vs. Nationals: Patrick Corbin will again best Steven Matz
Shark Week on Discovery! Mike Tyson, who will fight Roy Jones Jr. next month, was set to go the distance with a toothy killer. But in an ironic twist “Tyson vs. Jaws” was stopped after Tyson bit the shark’s fin off. Biting on two more teams Monday. The Tigers are 8-5?! Detroit has proven they...
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Surviving Jeffrey Epstein’ On Lifetime, Where The Victims Of The Financier’s Sexual Crimes Tell Their Stories
The new docuseries focuses on the victims of Epstein, and it includes reactions to Ghislaine Maxwell's arrest last month.
Wayfair is taking up to 60% off outdoor furniture and more for Fall Preview Sale
Wayfair is bringing the deals with its Fall Preview Sale. And during the limited-time event, you can grab its outdoor furniture and accessories for up to 60% off. Whether you’re looking for tabletop fireplaces or dining sets, you’re sure to find something amazing for your home. And you can also find discounts on hot tubs,...
Mama June celebrates six months of sobriety
“This is probably the proudest thing I could be proud of. Six months clean in sobriety.”
Kanye West releases presidential platform on new campaign website
Kanye West, the billionaire rapper and long-shot White House hopeful, announced his 10-point presidential platform that includes restoring prayer in classrooms, reforming the police, seeking racial justice in the courts and promoting “Creativity and the Arts.” West, who launched his presidential bid on July 4 under the “Birthday Party,” punctuated each of his 2020 presidential...
Life with coronavirus: How businesses are turning to tech to cope with COVID-19
Companies are navigating the three stages of COVID, moving beyond sneeze guards and looking to integrate more technology solutions, writes Mike Feibus.
The Socially Distanced “Sport” That’s Perfect for Families
It’s fun, gets you outside, and doesn’t require too much exertion.
Listen to Episode 17 of ‘Pinstripe Pod’: Another Stanton Injury Debacle feat. Ron Blomberg
The Rays got the best of the Yankees in St. Petersburg over the weekend, taking three out of four games. Chris Shearn and four-time World Series champion Jeff Nelson get into it on the newest episode of the “Pinstripe Pod.” They open the show talking about the good and the bad to take from the...
Popcorn conundrum: When movie theaters reopen, will they ban concessions?
People go to the movies to stuff their faces.
High school quarterback exits create opportunities for backups
High school players in Southern California moving or choosing not to play senior year open the way for freshmen contributors.
Brooklyn judge forced to retire early following Alzheimer’s diagnosis
A Brooklyn judge has been forced into early retirement following an Alzheimer’s diagnosis and an investigation into accusations of “erratic” behavior on the bench, officials announced Monday. Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice ShawnDya Simpson — who is 54-years-old — agreed to formally retire on October 31 after the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct discovered...
Remains recovered months after Hard Rock Hotel collapse in New Orleans
Ten months after the collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel construction site, the remains of one of the deceased workers have been recovered.
Cuomo slams PSE&G, Con Ed over ‘lousy’ response to Tropical Storm Isaias
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday said he launched an investigation into PSE&G and Con Edison’s “lousy” response to Tropical Storm Isaias — as more than 29,000 customers remain without power. “Con Ed and PSE&G did a lousy job. It’s a technical term — a lousy job,” Cuomo snarked on a phone conference with reporters. “They...