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Coronavirus positivity rate: What the term means
From social distancing and self-quarantine to a new take on sheltering in place, our coronavirus vocabulary expands almost daily.
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Dodgers Foundation CEO Nichol Whiteman provides a strong voice for Black women
Nichol Whiteman has engaged in conversations on race with people around her for the first time, becoming more than the successful CEO of the Dodgers Foundation.
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Gravedigger takes Covid-19 more seriously than Brazil's President
Adenilson Costa has worked at the Vila Formosa graveyard for a quarter of a century and he says he has never seen the fresh graves fill up so fast.
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Billionaire John Paulson rips elite Spence school for ‘anti-white indoctrination’
Paulson is claiming an "alarming pattern" of “anti-white indoctrination” in the ultra-elite Manhattan school's curriculum.
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7/7: Red and Blue
Dr. Fauci warns of complacency over COVID19; U.S. mulling ban on social media app TikTok
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One of Trump's closest Senate allies, Lindsey Graham, breaks with him on several issues
Senator Lindsey Graham, whose Democratic challenger for the Senate raised nearly $14 million between April and June of this year, broke with his close ally President Trump on several issues. Jack Kelly, reporter for The State, joins CBSN with the latest.
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South Dakota governor says she has tested negative for coronavirus after being exposed to top Trump campaign official
Republican South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said she tested negative for Covid-19 on Tuesday after interacting with Kimberly Guilfoyle, a top Trump campaign aide who tested positive on Friday, and speaking before President Donald Trump at Mount Rushmore last week.
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Real-estate developers won't rename 'plantation' properties at subdivisions in South Carolina, Florida
They say no one has complained about the property names. One said he didn't know if enslaved people worked on the former plantations in the area.       
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Bus driver in France brutally attacked after refusing passengers who didn't wear masks: reports
A French bus driver was declared brain dead Monday after he was attacked by several people he refused to let aboard because they were not wearing face masks, according to media reports. 
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See secret torture site discovered by Dutch police
Authorities in the Netherlands have discovered an apparent torture site hidden inside shipping containers, which were lined with sound-proofing material and filled with presumed torture devices, according to the country's National Prosecutor's Office.
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Birdwatcher not cooperating with investigation into Central Park ‘Karen’
The man at the center of the Central Park ‘Karen’ fiasco has said he will not cooperate with the Manhattan District Attorney’s investigation, according to a new report. Christian Cooper, told the New York Times on Tuesday that Amy Cooper, 41, has suffered enough since the May encounter that destroyed her career and reputation. Amy...
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Rep. McCaul praises Trump's WHO withdrawal, says 'they have one year to get their act together'
Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, told "The Story" Tuesday that President Trump has entered into a "negotiation" by announcing his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the World Health Organization (WHO), effective one year from this week.
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Riverside County surpasses 20,000 coronavirus cases. That wasn't supposed to happen yet
Riverside County saw its COVID-19 numbers increase after Memorial Day. Officials say it's a harbinger for a case influx following the Fourth of July
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2 face hate crime charge after allegedly vandalizing BLM mural
Two residents from Martinez, California, also face three misdemeanors for their involvement in using black paint to destroy a portion of a mural in front of the city's courthouse.
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Why "all lives matter" is a hurtful thing to say
As Black Lives Matter posts have spread on social media, so have responses featuring the phrase, "all lives matter." But prominent members of the Black community tell CBS News this popular rebuttal is not as harmless or inclusive as it seems.
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Mike D'Antoni plans to be in Orlando, Fla., for NBA restart; some players are wary
Houston coach Mike D'Antoni plans to be in Orlando, Fla., for restart of NBA season, but stars like Jayson Tatum and Joel Embiid are not comfortable with the situation.
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Ghislaine Maxwell leaves luxe life behind for tiny jail cell in Brookyln
From beef bourguignon to beef jerky: Ghislaine Maxwell has traded in her palatial New Hampshire cabin for stripped-down confinement at Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center. The Oxford-educated British socialite had been laying low in a million-dollar New Hampshire hideaway featuring a cathedral ceiling, a massive floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and a gourmet kitchen, according to the home’s...
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ESPN radio moving on from Mike Golic is end of an era
If “Mike & the Mad Dog” at their peak were a fine restaurant in Little Italy — one that served a 5¹/₂-hour meal with just the right combination of sauces and spices for a unique taste — ESPN Radio’s “Mike & Mike” were Applebee’s. This is meant as a compliment to the duo, who once...
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Paris Jackson reveals body image struggles, opens up about past self-harm attempts
Paris Jackson is getting real about the personal issues she faces.
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Charlamagne tha God inks deal with Comedy Central for talk show
The weekly half-hour talk show could air as soon as November.
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Eagles' DeSean Jackson offers second apology for anti-Semitic posts: 'I want to apologize to the Jewish community'
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson offered a second apology on Tuesday for the anti-Semitic social media posts he made over the weekend, which sparked controversy.
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Ex-Giant not surprised by NFL players’ silence over DeSean Jackson’s anti-Semitic post
If there were any responses by NFL players on social media lashing out against a blatantly anti-Semitic post by Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson, Geoff Schwartz did not see them. Nor did he expect to see them. “There was more outrage, people were more upset with Drew Brees than they were with DeSean Jackson,’’ Schwartz, a...
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Outbreak delays return of California Assembly
A coronavirus outbreak in the California Legislature has indefinitely delayed the state Assembly's return to work after a lawmaker and four other people who work in the Assembly tested positive for COVID-19. (July 7)       
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NASA, Boeing work to resume Starliner flights
Some 80 recommendations are being implemented to prevent a repeat of problems marring the previous Starliner test flight.
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Mississippians could vote to strike a Jim Crow-era voting process in November
Mississippi legislators in June voted to place a constitutional amendment on the November ballot that would change a Jim Crow-era provision that critics say suppresses Black political power.
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Government watchdog probing controversial Census hirings
An internal government watchdog is reviewing a move that once again stoked concerns about political meddling in the Census Bureau.
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Michael Flynn posts video featuring QAnon slogan
President Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, posted a video of himself using phrases and slogans that are from the baseless QAnon conspiracy movement.
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World leader gives young people unusual Covid-19 advice
President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro touted the power of unproven medicine as he told the world he had tested positive for coronavirus. CNN's Bill Weir reports that his former health minister and a gravedigger have different views about the pandemic.
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Brazil's Bolsonaro says he feels 'well' after positive Covid-19 test
President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro touted the power of unproven medicine as he told the world he had tested positive for coronavirus. CNN's Bill Weir reports that his former health minister and a gravedigger have different views about the pandemic.
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Pence declines to endorse removal of Confederate symbol from NASCAR events: 'We can learn from history'
Vice President Mike Pence told "Special Report" Tuesday that he supports the right of private organizations to ban Confederate flags and symbols if they "deem appropriate," but stopped short of endorsing such a policy.
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Black Lives Matter protesters face charges for leaking police document
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Prosecutors in Iowa have filed a rarely used leak charge against Black Lives Matter protesters accused of stealing a confidential police document and displaying it during a television news broadcast. Two protesters are charged with unauthorized dissemination of intelligence data, a felony that carries up to five years in prison. The...
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Black Lives Matter march in Montauk draws celebs to East End
Julianne Moore, Sienna Miller, Naomi Watts, Cynthia Rowley and Christy Turlington were all spotted.
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Cardinals' DeAndre Hopkins takes shot at former team after Chiefs sign Patrick Mahomes to contract extension
Arizona Cardinals All-Pro wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins took a shot at his former team while congratulating Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes on his new record-setting contract.
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In CA: California condors make a comeback; Christopher Columbus gets the boot
A statue depicting Italian navigator Christopher Columbus has left the California Capitol. And we learn more about who got federal loans for their businesses, and they include folks linked to lawmakers Devin Nunes and Nancy Pelosi. Plus, I love a good comeback story, so let's start with that.       
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Billie Eilish's mom says she once considered taking the singer to therapy over intense Justin Bieber adoration
Billie Eilish apparently had a bad case of Bieber fever as a young child.
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NYC dad recalls horror of stray bullet nearly hitting his daughter’s bed
A Harlem dad on Tuesday recalled the horror as a stray bullet ripped through his apartment on the Fourth of July, narrowly missing his 6-year-old daughter’s bed — and how he’s rearranged his home to shield his child from the ugly truth of the city’s descent into violence. “Right away I knew it was a...
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NFLPA president JC Tretter reveals dispute with league: 'NFL is unwilling to prioritize player safety'
Disagreements between the NFL and the players union went public Tuesday when NFLPA president JC Tretter wrote a blog post criticizing the league for prioritizing the preseason schedule and training camp over “player safety.” 
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Trump and top administration officials discuss reopening schools this fall
President Trump met with health officials, educators and students at the White House on Tuesday to urge schools reopen this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic. CBS News' Skyler Henry joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the steps the nation's top health experts are saying schools need to consider.
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Mississippi county board votes to keep Oxford Square's Confederate statue
Lafayette County Supervisors in Mississippi voted unanimously not to move the Confederate statue from Oxford Square.
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Canceling Cancel Culture
What do we do when we can’t disagree?
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Lakers say they're ready for rest of NBA journey this season
Danny Green and Kyle Kuzma say the Lakers are ready for the rest of NBA season in the bubble. At least as ready as they can be at this point.
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Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale's son Zuma, 11, broke both arms within weeks of each other: He's 'the toughest'
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale's son Zuma is healing up after a rough couple of weeks.
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NYC man who allegedly smuggled Egyptian artifacts through JFK airport in suitcases is indicted
A New York City man is charged with smuggling Egyptian cultural artifacts through John F. Kennedy International Airport, prosecutors announced on Monday.
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6 ways to fix America's broken safety net
Penny Pritzker and Jack Markell write that the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated underlying economic conditions that have plagued Americans and the US economy for decades. The actions taken by Congress and the Federal Reserve to mitigate harm have not been enough -- they need to go further.
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NEA president slams Trump's idea to reopen schools
National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen García on Tuesday slammed president Donald Trump's suggestion that schools should reopen this fall, calling it "callous." (July 7)       
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Floating movie theater with socially distant boats coming to Paris river
Forget drive-ins — this is a movie you can swim to. A floating movie theater where people can watch from socially distant boats is coming to the Seine river in Paris next week. The “Cinéma sur l’Eau” — or cinema on the water — will be held July 18 to celebrate the start of Paris...
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WNBA to honor women killed by police and racial violence
Teams will wear the uniforms in an effort to "seek justice" for Breonna Taylor, Sandra Bland and others.
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Floyd Mayweather will wish you a happy birthday for $999
He's already earned at least one five-star review!
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