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Harassment, Equality, Power: What Leaders Said at the New Rules Summit

The conference, hosted last week by The New York Times, explored the progress of women in the workplace.
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Valentina Sampaio becomes Sports Illustrated's first trans model
In 2017, she was the first trans woman to appear on the cover of Vogue Paris. Now in 2020, Valentina Sampaio continues to break barriers in the modeling industry by becoming the first trans woman to be featured by Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
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Will COVID Push People Out of Cities for Good?
Moving is a luxury.
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Mets hopeful Yoenis Cespedes, Jed Lowrie can play key roles
Forget playing during a pandemic being the most unlikely part of 2020. Instead, it could be Yoenis Cespedes and Jed Lowrie both suiting up for the Mets this season. After seeing Cespedes take Seth Lugo deep during Thursday’s intrasquad game at Citi Field, general manager Brodie Van Wagenen admitted it got him thinking about what...
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Jack Charlton, member of England's 1966 World Cup team, dead at 85
Jack Charlton, an uncompromising central defender who played alongside his brother, Bobby, in England’s World Cup-winning side in 1966 before enjoying coaching success with Ireland, has died. He was 85.
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Jack Charlton, English World Cup-winning footballer, dies aged 85
Jack Charlton, a World Cup winner in England's famous 1966 team who spent more than two decades at Leeds United, has died at 85 following a "long-term" illness, his former club have announced.
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Jack Charlton, English World Cup-winning footballer, dies aged 85
Jack Charlton, a World Cup winner in England's famous 1966 team who spent more than two decades at Leeds United, has died at 85 following a "long-term" illness, his former club have announced.
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Fairfax County resident reports shooting intruder, police say
Alleged intruder dies at hospital after being shot, Fairfax County police say
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D.C.-area forecast: Heat keeps on coming into next week
It's possible a day may struggle to get past 90 in the next few, but it'll be the oddball.
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Elvis Presley's co-star Irene Tsu recalls befriending the King on set: 'He was very generous and caring'
Irene Tsu has worked with some of the most recognizable names in Hollywood -- but none compare to the king.
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NYC spa offering ‘booty’ facials as workaround to city reopening limitations
This facialist has a cheeky response to New York City's reopening standards.
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What to know about getting an above-ground pool, if you’re able to find one this summer
It seems the latest pandemic-induced demand to exceed supply is for above-ground pools
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Michelle Obama shares heartwarming video of a father and his daughter singing 'I love my Black so much'
Michelle Obama shared a video on Instagram of an adorable dad and daughter duo singing a song with an important message.
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Why Poland’s president could lose Sunday’s runoff vote
The first-round leader doesn’t always win the second round.
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Plaque at school serving mostly Black students urges them to not 'discredit' Robert E. Lee
It's unclear exactly when the plaque was installed and who commissioned it.        
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Yankees nearing the time for big pitching decisions
With four additional roster spots for the first two weeks of a mini season that is scheduled to open July 23, the Yankees need to decide how many pitchers they take. In a normal season, teams depart spring training with 12 or 13 pitchers. Of course, nothing about this season that so far has been...
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Fay downgraded to depression; expected to dissipate Sunday
Tropical depression Fay moved north over New York early Saturday and was expected to continue to weaken through the weekend, forecasters said.
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The intangible the Nets are looking for from Jamal Crawford
At just five years younger than his interim coach, Jamal Crawford is going to give the Nets more than just buckets in the NBA restart. He’ll add wisdom and a grown-up-in-the-room presence they’ll need. “Looking forward to it, his leadership,” Jacque Vaughn said Friday via Zoom. “He has a tremendous amount of respect across the...
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French bus driver attacked over mask rules dies
A bus driver in France who was beaten up by passengers refusing to wear mandatory face masks died in hospital Friday, French Prime Minister Jean Castex and the victim's family have said.
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French bus driver attacked over mask rules dies
A bus driver in France who was beaten up by passengers refusing to wear mandatory face masks died in hospital Friday, French Prime Minister Jean Castex and the victim's family have said.
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Thousands of Moroccan seasonal workers stranded in Spain
More than seven thousand Moroccans, most of them women, are stranded in Spain after their country closed its borders to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
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'Please help us, we are abandoned here.' Thousands of Moroccan seasonal workers stranded in Spain
More than seven thousand Moroccans, most of them women, are stranded in Spain after their country closed its borders to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
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Thousands of seasonal workers stranded in Spain
More than seven thousand Moroccans, most of them women, are stranded in Spain after their country closed its borders to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
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Ethiopia Announces Arrests in Prominent Singer’s Killing
The shooting last month of Hachalu Hundessa, a hero to young Ethiopians calling for reform, was followed by unrest in which hundreds of people were killed.
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Cardinals owner Michael Bidwell hospitalized with coronavirus
Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill tested positive for the coronavirus and is hospitalized, the team revealed on Friday. The Cardinals said Bidwill’s symptoms have subsided and that the 55-year-old could be released this weekend. The club said it is believed that Bidwill contracted COVID-19 while traveling and spending time on the East Coast. The Arizona...
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Expert warns the US is approaching 'one of the most unstable times in the history of our country'
With rising Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations sending many states backward in their reopening plans, one health expert warns that if the US continues on its current path it will reach "one of the most unstable times in the history of our country."
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Johns Hopkins' dashboard: The people behind the pandemic's most visited site
The work of a talented skeleton crew at Johns Hopkins University has become the leading resource on coronavirus numbers for public health officials, news outlets and the public. The lives of the crew have dramatically transformed because of it.
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Louisiana primary results
Louisiana holds its presidential primaries on Saturday.
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Singapore's ruling party stays in power, but support has waned
Singapore's ruling People's Action Party (PAP) maintained its unbroken grip on power in Friday's general election, even as its popular support slipped to a near record low.
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Pressure on Jets’ Sam Darnold, Adam Gase and Mekhi Becton
Fifth of a five-part series — a Jets trio of note. There is plenty of pressure to go around the Jets in 2020. It has been 10 years since their last trip to the playoffs and five years since their last winning season. Fans ran out of patience long ago. With an additional team from...
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Poland's deep divisions on show in presidential run-off vote
Poland is a country deeply divided over cultural issues, and the direction the former Soviet bloc nation should take next: does it want to be a European-style liberal democracy, or does it take a more authoritarian path?
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Trump ally battles a liberal challenger. Poland's deep divisions on show in presidential run-off vote
Poland is a country deeply divided over cultural issues, and the direction the former Soviet bloc nation should take next: does it want to be a European-style liberal democracy, or does it take a more authoritarian path?
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Singapore's ruling party won another election, but support fell to near record low
Singapore's ruling People's Action Party (PAP) maintained its unbroken grip on power in Friday's general election, even as its popular support slipped to a near record low.
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Singapore's ruling party won another general election, but its support fell to a near record low
Singapore's ruling People's Action Party (PAP) maintained its unbroken grip on power in Friday's general election, even as its popular support slipped to a near record low.
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Yankees pitchers are ahead of the hitters right now
Three outs an inning. Mike Trout being the best player on the field every game. Gerrit Cole’s fascination with everything regarding pitching. And just as big of a lock are pitchers being ahead of the hitters early in spring training. Annually that is at the beginning of a six-week camp that opens in February and...
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Charles Barkley says sports becoming woke 'circus' -- with no real results
Sports leagues and players have turned racial justice issues into a “circus” by focusing more on who’s kneeling or what message is written on players’ jerseys rather than real change, basketball Hall of Famer Charles Barkley said Friday.
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Fay downgraded to tropical depression after making landfall in southern NYC
MIAMI — Tropical Storm Fay weakened into a tropical depression early Saturday morning, forecasters said. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said in its 2 a.m. advisory that the storm has maximum sustained winds of 35 mph as it moves over southern New York.
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These California doctors flew to New York to fight Covid-19. Here's what they learned.
Dr. Hartwell Lin left California for New York's overwhelmed hospitals in late April and returned with first-hand knowledge of the best ways to handle a Covid-19 outbreak.
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Handcuffs to light bulbs shine light on painful Black experience
Through sport we learn about glory and defeat, the sacrifices made to be the best, the intoxicating joy of victory, and the pain of the near-misses. But sport can be much more than that; it can shine a light on injustice, it can educate; it can change minds.
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Handcuffs to light bulbs shine light on painful Black experience
Through sport we learn about glory and defeat, the sacrifices made to be the best, the intoxicating joy of victory, and the pain of the near-misses. But sport can be much more than that; it can shine a light on injustice, it can educate; it can change minds.
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Teen shot dead outside Brooklyn hotel Friday evening
An 18-year-old was fatally shot at a Brooklyn hotel Friday evening, police said. The victim was involved in a dispute with a gunman who opened fire on him around 7:45 p.m. outside Hotel Sunborn near the corner of New Jersey Avenue and Fulton Street, according to police. The teen was transported to Brookdale Hospital where...
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MLB 2020 coronavirus effect: No easy way to talk about it
Robinson Cano “was not on site here the last few days,” Brodie Van Wagenen said Friday, at a rainy Citi Field, and no one owes us more information than that. Cano deserves to have his privacy respected. Yet in this age of coronavirus, how do we reconcile wishing the best for Cano, no matter what’s...
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Michael Holding: 'People need to understand about the dehumanisation of the Black race'
Former West Indian cricketer Michael Holding is moved to tears as he talks about racial inequality and the portrayals of black people in religion and society.
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Trump confirms 2018 US cyberattack against Russia
President Donald Trump on Friday confirmed for the first time that the United States launched a cyberattack against the Russian Internet Research Agency in 2018. The IRA, a Russian company that deploys online trolls for influence operations, was blamed by U.S. officials for meddling in both the 2016 presidential election and the 2018 midterms. Trump...
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St. Louis mayor won’t quit, office says, after ‘RESIGN LYDA RESIGN’ painted near City Hall
Lyda Krewson, the embattled mayor of St. Louis -- who has faced repeated protests over the past two weeks -- won’t be stepping down anytime soon, her spokesman said Friday.
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Nets’ Rodions Kurucs will be relied on to help fill power forward hole
For the first time since March, the Nets finally had a full five-on-five practice Friday in Orlando. And despite months of rust, it actually went off better than even they expected. “We spiralled [Friday] in a positive direction, built off [Thursday] where we got a semblance of being back on the floor,” interim coach Jacque...
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High temperatures will scorch much of the South this weekend
Much of the United States, from the Gulf Coast to the desert southwest, is under some form of heat warning this weekend.
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Why Presidential Pardons Are Normal, Trump’s Less So
The U.S. president has vast constitutional power to grant clemency in the form of pardons to people facing possible prison terms or commutations to people already in, or sentenced to, jail. George Washington pardoned farmers convicted of treason after the 1791 Whiskey Rebellion; Barack Obama commuted the sentences of hundreds of non-violent drug offenders. What’s unusual about clemency under President Donald Trump is how he’s gone about evaluating how to exercise it.
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Los Angeles Apparel factory ordered closed after over 300 coronavirus cases and 4 deaths
A garment manufacturer in downtown Los Angeles with over 300 confirmed coronavirus cases among employees has been ordered closed after an investigation into the deaths of four workers, county health officials said Friday.
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