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Immigrant Detention Conditions Were Atrocious Under Obama. Here’s Why They’re So Much Worse Under Trump.

Some of the key differences between the situation under the Obama administration and the situation under Trump.
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Miami broke its all-time heat record for June, but no warnings were issued. Here's why
On Tuesday, the temperature at Miami International Airport reached 98 degrees Fahrenheit, making it the hottest day on record for the month of June. Yet no heat advisories or excessive heat warnings were issued.
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Baltimore rioters tear down Columbus statue, toss it into harbor: reports
Rioters in Baltimore on Saturday night pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus that former President Ronald Reagan helped unveil in 1984 – and then tossed the statue into the city’s Inner Harbor, according to reports
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Some celebrated July 4th virtually while others packed beaches despite Covid-19 surge
Parts of the country marked a very different Independence Day this year, with many celebrations going virtual or canceled amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
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Yankees’ Aaron Boone happy with efficiency of first workout
The Yankees had their first official workout of spring training 2.0, playing and working out in an empty Yankee Stadium. “It was definitely different,’’ Jordan Montgomery said. “But it’s just like working in Tampa in an empty stadium. You try to get your work in, stay focused and stay safe as I can.” Unlike the...
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Kellyanne Conway’s anti-Trump daughter keeps trolling mom on TikTok
Kellyanne Conway’s anti-Trump teenage daughter won’t stop trolling her parents on social media. Claudia Conway, 15, live-streamed a confrontation with her mother, a counselor to President Trump, on TikTok and told her father, conservative Trump critic George Conway, she was “sorry [his] marriage failed.” Claudia, who has posted a wave of anti-Trump and pro-Black Lives...
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First US tennis match with audience had player who was infected with virus
The first U.S. tennis match to be played with an audience since the start of the pandemic had a COVID-19-infected player, according to a report. The DraftKings All-American Team Cup, in Atlanta, Ga., had some 450 people in the audience on Friday, Deadline reported. Team captain Frances Tiafoe had tested negative immediately before his match...
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'Grim resolve': With Biden up big and the Senate in sight, Democrats still haunted by fear of letdown
Joe Biden has a larger lead over Donald Trump than Hillary Clinton did at this point in 2016. But Democrats have seen a lead slip away before.        
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Two Seattle protesters hit by speeding car; One dead, other in ICU
Two female protesters in Seattle were hit on Saturday by a speeding car that drove into a crowd demonstrating on an interstate highway, causing injuries that led to the death of one, while leaving the other in serious condition. Seattle has been the scene of numerous protests, some on interstate highways, since the May 25...
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British film and television pioneer Earl Cameron dead at 102
Earl Cameron, one of the first black actors to have a prominent role in British television and film, died on Friday at the age of 102. According to Cameron’s agent, he “passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his wife and family” in Kenilworth in Warwickshire, reports Deadline. Cameron was born in Bermuda in 1917,...
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Bullet strikes windshield of marked cop car in the Bronx
A bullet pierced the windshield of a marked NYPD vehicle in the Bronx Saturday night as two officers sat inside — but neither was struck, according to a police spokesman. The shot rang off a few minutes before midnight outside of the 40th Precinct on Alexander Avenue in Mott Haven, police said. The bullet traveled...
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Bryson DeChambeau confronts cameraman after outburst
Bryson DeChambeau has been one of the hottest stories in golf since its return, but he wasn’t too happy with a cameraman on Saturday during the third round of the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit. A bulked-up DeChambeau, who has been racking up Top 10s without a win recently, struggled at the beginning of his...
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Eric Trump: Voter fraud, Twitter censorship are real threats to conservatives
Voter fraud and Twitter censorship pose real threats to conservatives, Eric Trump said Saturday night.
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Bellagio mistake leads to possibly biggest loss for Las Vegas sportsbooks
The Bellagio might have suffered the biggest ever sportsbook loss in Las Vegas history when it allowed a quarter-million dollars in winning wagers to be placed on baseball games well after they had started. The winnings were spread among approximately 50 so-called “past-post” bets that were wagered on in-progress Chinese and Korean baseball games, the...
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Australian man dies after a shark attack near Queensland's Fraser Island
A 36-year-old man died after being attacked by a shark off the coast of Fraser Island in the Australian state of Queensland on Saturday, local police said in a statement.
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Australian man dies after a shark attack near Queensland's Fraser Island
A 36-year-old man died after being attacked by a shark off the coast of Fraser Island in the Australian state of Queensland on Saturday, local police said in a statement.
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Mets’ Seth Lugo on coronavirus threat: ‘You don’t live in fear’
Sitting out the abbreviated season never crossed Seth Lugo’s mind. Not even with a recently born child and the novel coronavirus pandemic continuing to spread throughout the country. “I live my life to play baseball,” the valuable right-hander said on a Zoom call Saturday afternoon, as the Mets continued spring training 2.0 at Citi Field....
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Mike Huckabee: Racism a 'spiritual' problem for US -- and elections can't solve it
America's racism problem is more "spiritual" than political, Mike Huckabee said Saturday night.
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Why tick season could be worse in the summer of Covid-19
After more than three months of shutdowns, mandatory quarantines, self-imposed exile from society and working from home, nature-lovers looking for a well-earned breath of fresh air could face a possible collision course between coronavirus and tick-borne illnesses this summer.
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Why tick season could be worse in the summer of Covid-19
After more than three months of shutdowns, mandatory quarantines, self-imposed exile from society and working from home, nature-lovers looking for a well-earned breath of fresh air could face a possible collision course between coronavirus and tick-borne illnesses this summer.
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Las Vegas sportsbook suffers one of biggest losses ever
LAS VEGAS — The nearly quarter-million dollars in winning wagers reportedly placed at MGM Resorts last Sunday might be the largest sportsbook loss in Las Vegas history on bets made after an event has started. Seven longtime Las Vegas bookmakers can’t recall a larger loss, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. But each oddsmaker has taken...
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Charlie Kirk says Trump should add 'positivity' to election bid: Americans 'want their lives back'
Blame the media and the coronavirus for President Trump's current campaign woes, Charlie Kirk said Saturday.
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Teen's coronavirus-themed prom dress made of duct tape is a work of art
In January, 18-year-old Peyton Manker embarked on her journey to make a prom dress entirely out of duct tape for a contest to win a scholarship. After weeks of working on her submission, the Covid-19 outbreak not only canceled her prom but altered the course of her senior year.
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Teen's coronavirus-themed prom dress made of duct tape is a work of art
In January, 18-year-old Peyton Manker embarked on her journey to make a prom dress entirely out of duct tape for a contest to win a scholarship. After weeks of working on her submission, the Covid-19 outbreak not only canceled her prom but altered the course of her senior year.
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Russian democracy is a farce. Putin wants the same fate for America
The Kremlin bullied and bribed Russians to the ballot box again on Wednesday, the latest episode of what long ago became a painful mockery of democracy. Democracy means choices, and there has been no real choice in Russia for many years. All roads, all votes, lead to Vladimir Putin.
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Russian democracy is a farce. Putin wants the same fate for America
The Kremlin bullied and bribed Russians to the ballot box again on Wednesday, the latest episode of what long ago became a painful mockery of democracy, writes Garry Kasparov.
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Ron Rivera working on new nickname with Redskins owner
Washington Redskins head coach Ron Rivera said Saturday he has been working for more than a month with owner Dan Snyder on renaming the team, and he hopes a change can be made before mid-September. “If we get it done in time for the season, it would be awesome,” Rivera told the Washington Post in...
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Kaepernick denounces 4th of July as ‘celebration of white supremacy’
The NFL free agent quarterback post a video Saturday, showing images of the Ku Klux Klan, police brutality, slavery and lynchings.
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Baltimore protesters toppled a Christopher Columbus statue and threw it in a harbor
While much of the country celebrated Independence Day Saturday, protesters in Baltimore toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the Inner Harbor, CNN affiliate WBAL reported.
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US protesters toppled a Christopher Columbus statue and threw it in a harbor
While much of the country celebrated Independence Day Saturday, protesters in Baltimore toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the Inner Harbor, CNN affiliate WBAL reported.
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More than 3,000 people put into hard lockdown in Melbourne
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Yankees’ Masahiro Tanaka’s scary injury latest blow in scary time
There’s an empty ballpark and then there’s a silent ballpark, and if you found yourself at Yankee Stadium on Saturday afternoon, you witnessed the painful difference. When Masahiro Tanaka took a Giancarlo Stanton line drive to the right side of his head, barely a half hour into the Yankees’ spring training 2.0 launch, his teammates...
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Baltimore protesters topple Christopher Columbus statue, toss it into Inner Harbor
Baltimore protesters pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the city’s Inner Harbor
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Jacksonville Jaguars’ Jawaan Taylor reels in 400-pound grouper: video
How big was the fish NFL tackle Jawaan Taylor caught last week? Maybe even big enough to join Taylor on the Jacksonville Jaguars’ offensive line.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo celebrates 4th of July by cleaning his muscle car
Gov. Andrew Cuomo washes and waxes nostalgic for American freedom.
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The Plastic Free July challenge is here to help you rid your life of single-use plastic waste
Unlike dance battles and dangerous dares, here's a "challenge" just about anyone can get behind.
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Strongmen rush to remake the world order as Trump faces potential election defeat
This past week, on US President Donald Trump's watch Russia and China have effectively re-aligned the coming world order. They didn't do it together, but both took advantage of uncertainty and unpredictability that Trump has helped create.
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Strongmen rush to remake the world order as Trump faces potential election defeat
This past week, on US President Donald Trump's watch Russia and China have effectively re-aligned the coming world order. They didn't do it together, but both took advantage of uncertainty and unpredictability that Trump has helped create.
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L.A. County sees 'alarming' rise in coronavirus hospitalizations, infection rates
L.A. sees 'alarming' rise in coronavirus hospitalizations, infection rates
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Nets plan on getting Jarrett Allen reinforcements for NBA restart
The Nets only have a dozen healthy players they can count on as they prepare to head to Orlando, and just one legitimate big man after their frontcourt got decimated by injuries and coronavirus. But it sounds like they are on the verge of adding some reinforcements, and they most likely will be in the...
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Atlanta Braves not following same path as Redskins, Indians
With teams in two sports taking a second look at names deemed offensive to many Native Americans, the Atlanta Braves on Saturday gave no indication they are willing to consider a similar change. The Cleveland Indians said Friday they’re reconsidering their nickname following the furor over the NFL Washington Redskins name. The Braves released a...
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Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka ‘all good’ after hit in head by line drive
Just minutes after the Yankees opened spring training 2.0 in The Bronx, Masahiro Tanaka suffered a frightening injury when he took a line drive off the right side of his head off the bat of Giancarlo Stanton during a simulated game Saturday.
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Macy’s 4th of July fireworks end with stunning Empire State Building display
Macy’s capped off its five nights of “pop-up” fireworks displays with a brief but beautiful blitz of explosives atop the Empire State Building. The demonstration kicked off at 9:38 p.m. with colorful fireworks shooting off the Art Deco landmark’s observatory, sending sparks and smoke drifting down over Midtown and drawing “woahs” and “wows” from the...
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Kanye West tweets that he's running for president
Kanye West tweets that he's running for president
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CBS Weekend News, July 4, 2020
Coronavirus cases continue to spike nationwide amid Fourth of July weekend; Baseball's Negro Leagues celebrate 100th anniversary  
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Casey Kasem's wife, children accused each other of "killing" radio icon
The beloved radio icon's widow and children from his first marriage sued each other for wrongful death with accusations on each side that the other hastened Kasem's demise
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Station Casinos, Red Rock Resorts president dies in July 4 watercraft accident
The company said Haskins died on July 4 in Michigan in a watercraft accident. Station Casinos is best known for its Palms Resort near the Strip.       
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Massive Las Vegas sportsbook loss -- on Korean and Chinese baseball?
The nearly quarter-million dollars in winning wagers reportedly placed at MGM Resorts last Sunday might be the largest sportsbook loss in Las Vegas history on bets made after an event has started.
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