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What it's like in some of America's hardest-hit coronavirus hotspots
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Mike Tyson will kick off 'Shark Week' 2020 on Discovery Channel
Mike Tyson is kicking off "Shark Week."
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David Tennant Serial Killer Drama ‘Des’ Picked Up by Sundance Now
AMC's Sundance Now will stream the ITV drama in the U.S., Canada, and Caribbean.
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Twitter hack silenced National Weather Service in Illinois as tornado loomed
The weather service's Lincoln, Illinois branch was among the verified users who were blocked from tweeting after hackers took over the profiles of several celebrities and politicians.
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Democrats power past Republican Senate incumbents in fundraising
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Cara Delevingne, Kaia Gerber get cozy during Black Lives Matter protest
The models held each other affectionately.
Taiwan Holds Military Drills Against Potential China Threat
(TAICHUNG, Taiwan) — Taiwan’s military fired missiles from the air and the island’s shore facing China on Thursday in a live-fire drill to demonstrate its ability to defend against any Chinese invasion. One helicopter crashed when returning to base from another drill, killing the pilot and co-pilot, the army said. The cause of the crash…
National Association of Police Organizations endorses Trump
A coalition of police unions and associations across the country is endorsing President Donald Trump’s reelection bid, recognizing his “steadfast and very public support” of law enforcement officers. The National Association of Police Organizations, which represents more than 1,000 police units and associations nationwide, threw its support behind Trump in a letter released Wednesday acknowledging...
GLAAD report: Last year's movies failed to include enough queer people of color
Led by movies including "Booksmart" and "Rocketman," LGBTQ representation in film saw its highest recorded year in 2019, but racial diversity dropped.
L.A.'s independent bookstores reckon with diversity (or the lack of it)
White-owned stores like Small World seek ways of promoting new voices, while Black-owned shops like Reparations Club tackle increased demand.
Las Vegas boom: New resorts to bring 4,000 more rooms
New mega-hotels Circa and Resorts World were started before the pandemic. They're still going forward.
I work for an airline. Soon 7,000 of my 27,000 colleagues may be out of a job
For passengers, air travel is awkward and worrisome. For airline employees facing job cuts, the situation is much worse.
Will children spread COVID-19 if they go back to school?
Here's what scientists know about kids' potential to spread the coronavirus and the risks of sending them back to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
GLAAD film report: LGBTQ representation grows slightly, but transgender characters still absent
Films have improved LGBTQ representation, but there's still a lack of transgender characters and people of color, according to GLAAD's annual report.
How the world got Covid-19 messaging so wrong
Netflix Acquires BBC’s Vikram Seth Adaptation ‘A Suitable Boy’
The drama series centers on a spirited university student as she comes of age in North India in 1951.
GOP Scales Back Convention Plans, Relenting On Virus Restrictions
Attendance will be limited to delegates for most of the convention, a far smaller crowd that President Trump had insisted on. Health and safety protocols will also be in place.
'I think I'm pretty effective:' Fauci says he's staying in his job despite 'complicated' relationship with Trump
"With all due modesty, I think I'm pretty effective," he said.
Morgan Stanley’s profits surge 45 percent despite coronavirus
The market and the economy are out of sync, and that was a recipe for success at Morgan Stanley. The Wall Street giant’s chief James Gorman delivered a blowout quarter to investors on Thursday, riding an unprecedented market rally in the second quarter even as the US economy got slammed with record unemployment and business...
Olympic sprinter Deajah Stevens banned 18 months for missed tests
Olympic finalist sprinter Deajah Stevens was banned for 18 months on Thursday for missing doping tests and will miss the Tokyo Games.
Making any espresso-based concoction is easier — and more stylish — with Jot Ultra coffee
If you're someone who enjoys espresso in lots of different iterations of drinks, loves good design and has limited space in your kitchen and limited time in your mornings, Jot was made for you.
RNC scales back convention in Florida next month
The event will be hosted in a mix of outdoor and indoor venues, according to a letter by RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.
Suspect gets drunk while robbing restaurant, leaves money and alcohol behind
Don’t drink and do crimes. (Also, just don’t commit crimes in general.) A restaurant in Alabama was reportedly the sign of an unusual crime. According to surveillance footage, a suspect entered the business while it was closed, attempted to steal money but seemingly got drunk after drinking too much booze. The incident at Phat Sammy’s...
'Robocop 2,' 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' actress Galyn Görg dies of cancer at 55
Actress Galyn Gorg, who appeared in "Robocop 2" and "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," died Tuesday, a day before her 56th birthday, her rep confirmed.
NBC affiliate deletes tweet featuring Dale Earnhardt Sr. after NASCAR fans complain
Station made a Bristol blunder.
NBA pulls custom gear from online store following 'Free Hong Kong' controversy
Customers can no longer order personalized apparel from the NBA's online store following major backlash the league received for not allowing "Free Hong Kong" to be printed on its gear.
NRA endorses Trump, says he ‘delivered’ on promise to protect Second Amendment
The National Rifle Association on Thursday endorsed President Trump’s reelection bid, saying that he had “delivered” on his promise to protect Americans’ Second Amendment rights.
Federal government executes Wesley Ira Purkey, 2nd man put to death this week after 17-year hiatus
Wesley Ira Purkey was pronounced dead at 8:19 a.m.
Mike Tyson Will Fight a Shark as Part of Shark Week 2020
That shark won't know what hit it.
US, UK and Canada accuse Russia of Covid-19 hack
Russian cyber actors are targeting organizations involved in coronavirus vaccine development, according to a new warning by US, UK and Canadian security officials. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
Leaving WHO is equivalent of shooting your allies during battle
In 2003, an outbreak of a previously unknown infection, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), created great fear and uncertainty across the globe. One concern was that the Chinese government was concealing the actual number of SARS cases in Shanghai.
Leaving WHO is equivalent of shooting your allies during battle
Keiji Fukuda writes that the Trump administration's decision to withhold funding from the World Health Organization is neither right nor smart. In an outbreak, getting information early is critical to getting ahead of the virus, and WHO is at the heart of the global system to obtain such information and provide it to every country.
Chris Evans praises boy who saved sister from dog attack
Bridger Walker, a brave 6-year-old boy who shielded his sister from an attacking dog, received a surprise message from Chris Evans - who is sending Bridger a signed Captain America shield.
Russian hackers behind cyber attacks on coronavirus vaccine developers: UK intelligence
Russian cyber hackers are targeting organizations involved in coronavirus vaccine development, United Kingdom security officials revealed on Thursday.
When Bowling Green decided to cut its baseball program, donors quickly organized to save it
Roughly 250 donors raised $1.5 million in three weeks to convince Bowling Green not to cut its baseball program. Will it be a long-term solution?
A plane flew a Confederate flag over NASCAR race as thousands watched on
A plane flew a Confederate flag over NASCAR race
Photographer's 11,000-mile journey across the country to document Americans during the pandemic
Like so many artists and entrepreneurs, photographer Brian Bowen Smith's business dried up when coronavirus hit. That's when he decided to hit the road in his vintage truck to document a country under quarantine. Along the way, he photographed famous faces like Common, Reese Witherspoon and the blended family of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, but also captured the spirit and soul of everyday Americans. Meg Oliver reports for the "CBS This Morning" series A More Perfect Union.
These 25 athletic programs raked in the most revenue
Ranking the top 25 college athletic programs based on their revenue.
When Buffalo eliminated college baseball, 'It derailed a lot of lives, a lot of plans'
While attention has shifted in college sports to the state of the fall season, the clearest sign of the pandemic'simpact is the number of teams cut.
'Sink or swim': GOP Gov. Larry Hogan says Trump left states to fight alone as COVID-19 pandemic raged
Hogan said "waiting around for the president to run the nation's response was hopeless" and would lead "more of our citizens to suffering and death."
China complains to US ambassador about Trump administration ‘bullying’
China complained to the US ambassador that the Trump administration’s recent actions on Hong Kong and trade is a “bullying” tactic that will be met with a “counterattack,” as Secretary of State Pompeo is predicting Beijing will “absolutely” pay a price for the spread of the coronavirus. Vice Foreign Minister Zheng Zeguang summoned US Ambassador Terry...
Portland protester charged for attacking US Marshal with hammer
A Portland protester is facing federal charges for attacking a US Marshal with a hammer in a brazen, caught-on-camera nighttime attack, prosecutors said.
The Daily 202: Michael Cohen asked to sign stay-out-of-jail agreement that may violate his First Amendment rights, lawyers say
The former Trump ‘fixer’ is back in federal prison after refusing to agree not to write a tell-all book.
Sydney Esiason and Islanders’ Matt Martin welcome baby girl
The newest Islanders fan has arrived. On Wednesday, Sydney Esiason announced she and Islanders forward Matt Martin had welcomed their first child, daughter Windsor Grace, who arrived Tuesday. “Windsor Grace Martin
WHO, UNICEF warn coronavirus is causing widespread disruptions to global immunization programs for children
The World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF on Wednesday warned of widespread disruptions to global immunization programs for children due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Salesforce CEO: People who don't wear a mask should be fined
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff tells CNN's Cristina Alesci that Americans need a cultural revolution around masks. He is putting money behind an effort he hopes will make masks more wearable.
Dr Disrespect says he will not return to Twitch after he was abruptly banned
Dr Disrespect, one of the most popular streamers on Twitch, is not returning to the platform after he was abruptly banned three weeks ago, he told CNN Business in an interview.