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Hurdle Kaapo Kakko must clear to play for Rangers this season
The NHL’s protocols for Phase 3 (training camp) and Phase 4 (the play-in series and Stanley Cup playoffs) are pending ratification by the players and board of governors, but they spell out one key hurdle for Kaapo Kakko to clear to be able to play with the Rangers this summer. Before any player can participate...
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Mary Kay Letourneau, Teacher Convicted of Raping Her Student, Dies at 58
Her lawyer David Gehrke told multiple news outlets Letourneau died Tuesday of cancer
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Analysis: Tucker Carlson's attempt to smear senator who lost both legs in Iraq War crosses the line
The highest-rated host on the highest-rated cable news channel in the country again attempted to smear a double amputee US Army veteran as an anti-American fanatic on Tuesday.
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Chief Justice John Roberts Recently Spent a Night in Hospital After Being Injured in a Fall
Roberts was walking for exercise near his home June 21 when he fell, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said
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Berkeley students planning fraudulent course to circumvent ICE rules, avoid deportations
Hundreds of students at the University of California -- Berkeley are privately discussing a plan to create a "dummy" course solely to help international students on F-1 student visas avoid deportation under new U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement  (ICE) regulations -- and they say at least one faculty member is on board, Fox News has learned.
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56 Florida hospital ICUs have hit capacity
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Window into Texas virus surge: A widow's death
COVID-19 hospitalizations in Texas have more than doubled in two weeks, and some city leaders warn health facilities could soon be overwhelmed. The Associated Press visited Houston's United Memorial Medical Center to see the effect of the surge. (July 8)       
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Laura Ingraham knocks teachers unions for 'ludicrous,' 'reckless' demands for reopening schools
Laura Ingraham claimed in her "Ingraham Angle" monologue Tuesday that Democratic governors, local officials and school authorities are more focused on their own political goals than the interests of students and their parents.
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The US is about to reach 3 million coronavirus cases
The coronavirus pandemic is ravaging parts of the country and affecting numerous aspects of American life.
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The US is about to reach 3 million coronavirus cases. Here's what happened in the days leading up to it
The coronavirus pandemic is ravaging parts of the country and affecting numerous aspects of American life.
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Mary Kay Letourneau, who made headlines over affair with student, dead at 58
Her lawyer claimed she suffered from a type of bipolar depression at the time
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Attorney releases video showing 16-year-old Cornelius Fredericks being restrained and given chest compressions later
The attorney representing Cornelius Fredericks' estate, Geoffrey Fieger, released surveillance video Tuesday showing the 16-year-old being restrained in the cafeteria of Lakeside Academy by staff in April, before being given chest compressions while he appears to be unresponsive on the floor.
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'Government needed a villain': Louisiana lawmaker equates coronavirus mask mandates to Holocaust
Louisiana GOP state Rep. Danny McCormick called coronavirus mask mandates an assault on liberty: "Now is the time to push back before it's too late.'        
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Angels’ Shohei Ohtani walks eight batters in about 50 pitches
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Shohei Ohtani threw competitive pitches off the mound at Angel Stadium on Tuesday for the first time in two years. Ohtani struggled with his control in the Los Angeles Angels’ intrasquad game, walking eight batters on about 50 pitches. The two-way star and manager Joe Maddon weren’t overly concerned about the results...
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Chief Justice John Roberts injured head in fall during walk, Court says
Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized overnight last month after suffering a head injury from a fall while walking near his home, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said.
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12-year-old boy charged for attempted rape in Queens
A 12-year-old boy was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly attempting to rape a woman in Queens, cops said. The boy, whose identity has not been released due to his age, has been accused following a 37-year-old woman into her Ridgewood building at Gates and Cypress Avenues around 8 a.m. Monday. Once inside, the boy allegedly...
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Rose McGowan urges Trump to donate to Tara Reade fundraiser 'in Biden's name'
Rose McGowan urged President Trump to make a donation to a fundraiser dedicated to Tara Reade on behalf of his 2020 rival Joe Biden. 
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Ilhan Omar has paid $878G to new husband’s consulting firm, data show: report
Campaign data show Rep. Ilhan Omar has paid her new husband’s consulting firm more than $878,000 since 2018 – including $189,000 just weeks after their wedding, a report says
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Trump leans into old failures in push to reopen schools as virus roars
President Donald Trump's new push to open schools shows he's learned nothing from calamities sparked by his demands for premature state openings.
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Trump leans into old failures in push to reopen schools as virus roars
President Donald Trump's new push to open schools shows he's learned nothing from calamities sparked by his demands for premature state openings.
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190-year-old NYC bar Neir’s Tavern survives COVID-19
"We are built on being a community gathering place and that has been the key to our success," owner Loycent Gordon says, adding that the historic bar is doing Zoom happy hours. "We had to keep the spirit alive."
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Mary Kay Letourneau, teacher jailed for raping student, dies
Mary Kay Letourneau, who married her former sixth-grade student after she was convicted for raping him, has died
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Want a cheap mortgage? Move to these cities
Metros with a higher concentration of banks tend to have lower mortgage rates than those with fewer banks, according to a new report from Haus, a home-finance startup.      
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Miss Manners: Proposed ‘thank-you vacation’ won’t be a vacation at all
Daughter would be doing all the work
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Researchers describe a possible case of HIV remission and a new method to prevent infection
There were two notable announcements in the fight against HIV this week at AIDS 2020, the 23rd International AIDS Conference -- a possible case of long-term remission from the virus, and research that found an injection can prevent HIV.
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AIDS 2020: Researchers describe a possible case of HIV remission and a new method to prevent infection
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Eight arrested Tuesday near Lafayette Square, D.C. police say
The arrests were made at the site of recent demonstrations in the District.
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Families of missing students refuse to trust Mexican government (2016)
It's been two years since nearly four dozen students disappeared in Mexico and their fate remains a mystery.
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Hannity warns NYPD officers to retire or find new work, because NYC 'is ... giving you the middle finger'
Sean Hannity blasted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Tuesday, blaming their liberal policies for America's largest city descending into "chaos."
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US General confident Iraqis will ask American troops remain in Iraq
Gen. McKenzie met with new Iraqi Prime Minister in Baghdad
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Thandie Newton says she passed on 'Charlie's Angels' role after troubling chat with executive Amy Pascal
Thandie Newton had revealed what made her pass on starring in "Charlie's Angels."
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Nearly 84% of Florida's ICU beds are filled
On Tuesday, at least two counties had no more ICU beds available.
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SUV driver runs over bicycles, through NYC Black Lives Matter protest
An SUV driver was taken in custody after driving through a crowd and over a barrier of bicycles that Black Lives Matters protesters used to try to prevent traffic on a Midtown road, police sources said. The confrontation between the activists and the driver of Dodge Durango unfolded at the intersection of 42nd Street and...
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A teacher, arrested for an affair with her 13-year-old student, has died of cancer
Mary Kay Letourneau, the Seattle teacher who went to prison for her relationship with her student, died of cancer late Monday, according to her former attorney.
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Tammy Duckworth Attacks Trump over Dubious Russia Bounty Claims
Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) attacked President Donald Trump Tuesday, saying he was not fit to be commander-in-chief because he allegedly overlooked intelligence reports of Russia paying bounties to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
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DeSantis says Florida seeing more COVID-19 spread among younger people: 'We are prepared for this'
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, told "Hannity" Tuesday that the coronavirus fatality rate in his state has remained low despite a surge in the number of confirmed cases because the virus is spreading among younger people who are less at risk of dying.
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Mary Kay Letourneau, teacher who married her student, dead of cancer at 58
The former Washington state teacher rose to infamy in 1996 for having a sexual relationship with a sixth-grade student she later married.
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Bed bugs, mouse traps: Inside life in WNBA ‘bubble’
The WNBA plans to begin its season on July 24, with players staying in a “bubble” at the IMG Academy campus in Bradenton, Fla. The players’ living conditions in the bubble already have been called into question, however. Two teams had bed bugs in their living quarters and had to be placed in different rooms,...
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University of California names first Black president in system's 152-year-history: Michael V. Drake to succeed Janet Napolitano
Dr. Michael V. Drake was selected Tuesday as the first Black president in the 152-year history of the University of California system.        
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Chief Justice John Roberts was briefly hospitalized in June after a fall
Chief Justice John Roberts was briefly hospitalized on June 21 after falling while walking near his home, a spokeswoman for the Supreme Court said Tuesday.
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CNN's Lemon: The Way to Fix Mount Rushmore Is Add Obama
Tuesday on CNN, host Don Lemon said President Barack Obama should be added to the Mount Rushmore sculptures of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt.
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Mary Kay Letourneau, a teacher arrested for an affair with her 13-year-old student, has died of cancer
Mary Kay Letourneau, the Seattle teacher who went to prison for her relationship with her student, died of cancer late Monday, according to her former attorney.
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Remains identified of one of 43 students who went missing more than five years ago
Mexican authorities have identified the remains of one of 43 students who disappeared in Ayotzinapa, Mexico, as Christian Alfonso Rodríguez Telumbre, officials announced Tuesday.
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Remains identified of one of 43 students who went missing more than five years ago
Mexican authorities have identified the remains of one of 43 students who disappeared in Ayotzinapa, Mexico, as Christian Alfonso Rodríguez Telumbre, officials announced Tuesday.
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Virginia Governor Calls For Renaming Schools That Honor Confederate Leaders
Gov. Ralph Northam wrote a letter to school boards across the state saying he wants to change the names that have a "traumatizing impact on students, families, teachers and staff of all backgrounds."
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Bradley Beal injury gives Nets stronger chance to make playoffs
The shorthanded Nets may have secured a playoff berth before landing in Orlando, Fla. The Wizards announced Tuesday that star guard Bradley Beal, the NBA’s second-leading scorer, will not participate in the upcoming restart to the season because of an injury to his right rotator cuff. The Wizards (24-40) are in ninth-place in the Eastern...
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Booker beats progressive challenger, Van Drew race set and other takeaways from Tuesday's primary
Cory Booker wins a contested primary against a progressive challenger. Rep. Jeff Van Drew wins GOP primary and will face Democrat Amy Kennedy.        
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Judge Rejects Dakota Access Pipeline Request for Emergency Order
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is fulfilling a judge's demand to conduct a more extensive environmental review
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