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10-year-old girl scares off would-be burglar approaching California home
A brave 10-year-old girl scared away a man who may have been trying to burglarize her home, video footage from her family’s Ring camera shows. Lola Letourneau was sitting in her family’s SUV at their Bakersfield home around 4 p.m. Thursday, helping her mom by starting the car and turning on the air conditioning, when...
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When you finish 'The Lovebirds,' more Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani await
"The Lovebirds" couldn't be any cuter, unless you count the stars breaking down one of their scenes.
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Grimes and Elon Musk change baby’s name to X Æ A-Xii to comply with law
The new name isn't any less confusing.
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Kevin Hart is annoying pregnant wife during lockdown
Staying home has been wearing on plenty of people.
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Country singer Morgan Wallen arrested for public intoxication, disorderly conduct
Country music singer Morgan Wallen apologized on Sunday following his weekend arrest on public intoxication and disorderly conduct charges.
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Baby gorilla suffers skull fracture in family fight at Seattle zoo
A baby gorilla at a Washington state zoo suffered a skull fracture when it got caught in the middle of a family brawl. The “skirmish” that left 2 1/2-month-old Kitoko badly injured unfolded Saturday at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, according to zoo officials. The baby boy gorilla was bitten on the head likely...
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'Looks better tbh': Grimes and Elon Musk slightly change baby's name to comply with state law
Elon Musk and Grimes have tweaked their baby's famous name after California officials pointed out the moniker didn't comply with vital records rules.        
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China could face sanctions over Hong Kong national security law: White House
The national security adviser warned that the Trump administration could slap sanctions on China’s ruling Communist Party over the harsh new security laws it plans to impose on Hong Kong, as rallies over the weekend pitted pro-Democracy demonstrators against Hong Kong police. Robert O’Brien said the Chinese Communist Party is poised to restrict Hong Kong’s...
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Floyd Mayweather partied at crowded Arizona nightclub with no masks in sight
Floyd Mayweather is known for his defense in the ring, but he tested the limits outside of it this weekend. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the retired boxer was spotted at a packed nightclub in Scottsdale, Arizona on Saturday night without any masks or social distancing in sight. Mayweather was partying at the...
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How to reduce risk of Covid-19 during summer activities
CNN's Sara Sidner reports on the risks of transmitting Covid-19 during summer activities.
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Jimmie Johnson disqualified from second-place Coca-Cola 600 finish after car fails post-race inspection
Hasn't won since 2017.
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Israel's Netanyahu says he won't miss West Bank annexation opportunity
Israel will not miss a "historic opportunity" to extend its sovereignty to parts of the West Bank, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday, calling the move one of his new government's top tasks.
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Coronavirus appears to attack the placenta during pregnancy, study says
Coronavirus appears to attack pregnant women's placenta in ways that could interfere with delivering oxygen and nutrients to the fetus, according to researchers.
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Boohoo trying to ‘promote stay-at-home order’ with ‘Clubhouse’ party
Influencer Charly Jordan posted a number of online stories tagging the brand and showing caterers in masks.
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Speedway provides seniors with a lap to remember at Kentucky graduation
The Gallatin County High School Class of 2020 wasn’t able to have a traditional graduation ceremony, but the Sparta, Kentucky, seniors were provided with a once-in-a-lifetime experience, nevertheless. The grads and their families were invited to do two laps around Kentucky Speedway, in what proved to be an extremely creative and memorable graduation.
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Zachary Quinto celebrates four years of sobriety
Zachary Quinto says he is "grateful for today!"
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NJ man tried to kidnap nurse at her home day after she treated him: cops
A New Jersey man tried to kidnap a nurse at her home one day after she cared for him as a patient at a hospital, police said. Leonardo Larrarte, of Lakewood, is facing charges in the violent attack on the nurse who fended him off Friday with a knife at her home in Howell Township,...
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Taylor Swift hypes ‘Killing Eve’ cover of her song — but who is Jack Leopards?
Twitter conspiracy theorists think it's an attempt to outsmart Scooter Braun.
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Can we stop pretending Trump is fit to be president?
Don't let Republicans escape their own moral culpability for this disaster.
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Cheyenne Jackson has undergone 5 hair transplant surgeries
The "American Horror Story" shared his big secret.
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The storms they weathered: Memorial Day reflections on service and sacrifice
The spirit of Memorial Day for me now is one of reflection; to consider the service men and women I knew, men and women I’ll never know — and the very human relationship to weather and war.
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Nats’ Howie Kendrick reflects on his postseason home runs, takes a dig at the Astros
Kendrick joined a Zoom call with Ryan Zimmerman and several other teammates after the Nats unveiled the design of their World Series rings.
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Dutch government finds second mink-to-human coronavirus transmission
The Dutch agriculture ministry on Monday said it had found what it believes to be a second case of a human becoming infected with the new coronavirus after coming in contact with a mink that had the virus. In a letter to parliament, minister Carola Schouten repeated that the country’s National Institute for Health believes...
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Joe Scarborough Murder Conspiracy Theory Explained—Why Trump is Calling For an Investigation
Trump has tweeted several times in recent weeks about the theory that Scarborough was involved in the 2001 death of Lori Klausutis.
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Trump Threatens to Pull RNC 2020 From North Carolina Unless Gov. Roy Cooper Allows Full Attendance
"This is not something I want to do," President Donald Trump said of the threat.
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The little green pea reigns supreme in these springtime recipes
Fresh or frozen, peas belong everywhere in spring.
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Joe Maddon is 66 and Dave Roberts had cancer. Is it safe for them to manage now?
People older than 65 or with health conditions are at higher risk from coronavirus. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts and Angels manager Joe Maddon have concerns.
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Trump Threatens to Move GOP Convention From North Carolina Over Coronavirus Restrictions
Trump called on Gov. Roy Cooper to give an immediate answer on whether Republicans will be able to fill the convention center to capacity in late August.
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What Is the Difference Between Memorial Day and Veterans Day?
The two holidays might seem similar, but there's actually a key distinction that separates them from each other.
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A Met Curator Explains Why You Need to See Art in Person
Plus, do curators have to love the art they're spotlighting?
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AOC gets tested for coronavirus antibodies in Queens district
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was tested for coronavirus antibodies over the holiday weekend at one of the newly-launched testing sites in her home district of Queens.
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Emmys buzz surrounds Mark Ruffalo for ‘I Know This Much is True’
Ruffalo plays two roles (twins), one battling serious mental-health issues.
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Venus Williams launches sunscreen for all skin tones
She hopes to put an end to a common problem with zinc-based SPFs: that cakey, chalky residue.
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As workers return to jobs, "stakes have never been higher"
Managers may be used to decisions that determine the life or death of a company. But the life or death of an employee?
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17-year-old boy becomes Georgia’s youngest coronavirus victim
A 17-year-old boy has become the youngest to die of coronavirus in Georgia, officials have revealed. The unidentified teen was listed Sunday as part of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency’s latest statistics showing 43,321 confirmed cases and 1,827 deaths in the Peach State. The teen boy was from Fulton County and had pre-existing conditions. A...
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20 ways to have a fun summer even if you're sticking close to home
Many of us are sticking closer to home this summer, and many big activities have been curtailed or canceled. But summer fun hasn't been canceled, and there are so many ways to have a blast in the sun.
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Opinion: Sports leagues should ignore President Trump — we can't have fans in stands yet
NCAA, NBA, MLB and NFL are considering how to return to play, but having spectators shouldn't be a consideration, no matter what Donald Trump says.       
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Rituals at Arlington National Cemetery during coronavirus
Some longstanding rituals at Arlington National Cemetery have been changed to ensure safety and maintain social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
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Orphaned baby deer bottle-fed by sheriff's deputy finds new home
An Oregon sheriff's deputy bottle-fed a fawn that was left on its own for several days.       
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Mike Pence touts 'real progress' as coronavirus deaths continue to fall across country
Vice President Mike Pence said on Monday that since the American people heeded government official orders to social distance, there has been a decline in hospitalizations, new cases across the country, and fatalities.
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Regulator bungled Facebook privacy probe, Austrian activist says
Max Schrems blasted Ireland’s handling of data protection complaints.
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Pressure to Choose Sides Between U.S. and China is Growing, Says EU's Top Diplomat
"If the 21st century turns out to be an Asian century, as the 20th was an American one, the pandemic may well be remembered as the turning point of this process," EU chief Josep Borrell said.
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President Trump Books Back-to-Back Memorial Day Appearances Despite Pandemic
He is expected to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Virginia and speak at a historic fort in Maryland
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'The Lovebirds' needs more shot-by-shot commentary from Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani
"The Lovebirds" couldn't be any cuter, unless you count the stars breaking down one of their scenes.
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'The Lovebirds' needs more shot-by-shot commentary from Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani
"The Lovebirds" couldn't be any cuter, unless you count the stars breaking down one of their scenes.
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EU must present united front to shield pandemic-hit banks: regulator
European countries need to join forces to shield their banks from the coronavirus outbreak, one of the bloc's top regulators said on Monday, potentially using a 500 billion euro ($545 billion) EU recovery fund to do so.
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For Brad Keselowski at Coca-Cola 600, something good happened after midnight
A late-race spin scuttled Chase Elliott’s shot at victory in the longest race in NASCAR history.
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Heather Dubrow is ‘obsessed’ with this ‘ridiculous, impractical’ accessory
Ever wonder what your favorite celebrities buy when they’re browsing their favorite boutique or shopping online late at night? Welcome to Six Picks, where we ask stars to spill their style and beauty must-haves — so you can shop like you’re famous, too. Heather Dubrow may be known as “Fancy Pants,” but she’s committed to...
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