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Mets hope top prospect Francisco Alvarez can be catcher of the future
Part 2 in a series on the Mets’ top prospects. The Mets made two significant investments in the summer of 2018. The first was drafting Jarred Kelenic in the first round of that year’s amateur draft in June and later signing him to a $4.5 million deal. The next came in July, when they spent...
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Maher rips Fauci on inconsistencies, warns liberals against 'lionizing' him
"Real Time" host Bill Maher called our Dr. Anthony Fauci for his various flip-flops during the coronavirus outbreak and warned other liberals that they shouldn't "lionize" him because they believe he's "anti-Trump."
Playdates and the pandemic: Can kids safely meet up?
As states reopen, some parents are relaxing social distancing rules and allowing their kids to play with others. But with scientific research politicized and changing daily, it's hard to tell how risky playdates are and what's safe amid the pandemic.
The 45th Weather Squadron keeps an eye on the sky ahead of historic SpaceX launch
The 45th Weather Squadron, which monitors and tracks the weather to assure safe access to air and space, shares what it takes for a launch to be a "go" or "no-go."
Laura Ingraham says Americans 'disgusted' by Floyd death -- and by those looking to 'push an agenda'
America needs a "change of heart," Laura Ingraham said Friday night in reaction to the rioting that broke out across the country after George Floyd's death earlier this week.
Watch: NYPD Whack Rioter with Car Door, Houston Police Horse Tramples Protester
Protesters and rioters took tumbles during Friday evening's protests around the country, videos captured and posted online reveal.
Pentagon Puts Military Police on Alert to Go to Minneapolis
DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Pentagon takes rare step of putting military police on alert to go to embattled Minneapolis.
Clarke Schmidt could be part of Yankees’ plans in a short season
Part 2 in a series on the Yankees’ top prospects. Damon Oppenheimer knew Clarke Schmidt’s stuff while pitching for the University of South Carolina was good enough to take the right-hander with the 16th pick in the 2017 draft. There was something else Schmidt possessed that Oppenheimer understood would get him through the trying times...
Homeless Jacksonville student to graduate as high school valedictorian, attend college
A homeless Jacksonville teenager will graduate as valedictorian of his high school and attend college.
Maher defends Biden after 'you ain't black' gaffe: 'Why would a black person vote for Donald Trump?'
"Real Time" host Bill Maher offered a defense for presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden following his "you ain't black" remark amid the uproar sparked from the death of George Floyd.
Chief Justice John Roberts Sides with Liberal Justices as Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Restrictions on Religious Services
Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel A. Alito Jr., Neil M. Gorsuch, and Brett M. Kavanaugh voted against.
Maxine Waters Demands Trump 'Get Out of the Way' of George Floyd Case
Speaking Friday to FOX 11, Rep. Maxine Waters criticized President Donald Trump’s response to the death of George Floyd, who died after a now-fired and charged Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee onto his neck while in custody.
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Supreme Court rules state can restrict religious gatherings
A Supreme Court ruling of 5-4 will allow California to enforce certain coronavirus pandemic related restrictions on religious gatherings. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
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'That's a healthy dose:' CNN reporter hit with gas
CNN's Miguel Marquez reports from Minneapolis where the police are deploying tear gas against demonstrators protesting the death of George Floyd after a curfew was enacted.
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GOP eyes flipping Michigan senate seat
As Republicans work to maintain their control of the Senate in November, they're looking to flip seats in some key battleground states. That includes Michigan, where two challengers are looking to unseat incumbent Democratic Senator Gary Peters. Riley Beggin, a political reporter for Bridge Magazine, spoke with CBS News about the contest.
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A year into his second term, Modi is still the only game in town for India
It's been a year since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was sworn in for a second term after securing a crushing victory, becoming the country's first leader since the 1970s to do so with a clear parliamentary majority.
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Derek Chauvin's Wife to File for Divorce After Charged in George Floyd's Death
The wife of Derek Chauvin, the arrested and charged former Minneapolis police officer at the center of George Floyd's death, is seeking a divorce, according to her lawyer.
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Watch Live: Secret Service Battles Protesters at White House
Violent clashes between secret service agents and rioters are continuing into Saturday morning outside the White House as protests over the death of George Floyd continue to sweep across the nation.
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WATCH: Rioters Smash Windows, Loot College Football Hall of Fame
A mob ransacked the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta on Friday night, as civil unrest in response to the death of George Floyd continued to sweep across the country.
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Inseparable twin sisters start nursing career together at same hospital during pandemic
When Lauren and Lacie Brown graduated from nursing school, neither of them thought they'd be walking right into the front lines of a pandemic.
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Brooklyn Rioters Throw Molotov Cocktail and Burn Down Police Van
Rioters in Brooklyn rocked and threw a molotov cocktail at a police van abandoned in the middle of a street until it caught on fire.
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Watch: Impassioned Minneapolis Shopping Center Owner -- 'If Their Governor and the Mayor Are Not Going to Take Care of This Problem, People Will''
Friday during Minneapolis NBC affiliate KARE's coverage of the ongoing civil unrest in Minnesota's Twin Cities, an unidentified man claiming to be a shopping center owner took to the camera to sound off on the situation.
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Secret Service Agents Deploy Tear Gas at White House as They Battle Protesters over Barricades
Secret Service agents continued struggling with protesters at the White House on Friday night as protests continue in several major cities in reaction to the death of George Floyd.
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Supreme Court, in 5-4 Decision, Rejects Church’s Challenge to Shutdown Order
A California church argued that restrictions on public gatherings treated houses of worship worse than many businesses.
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Cornel West traces US unrest to Obama failures: 'Black faces in high places' couldn't deliver
Harvard philosophy professor Dr. Cornel West weighed in on the ongoing protests in reaction to George Floyd's death in police custody -- and the violence and destruction that have taken place in cities across the U.S. over the past several days. 
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A snapshot of George Floyd protests around the US
In cities all across the US on Friday, anti-cop violence boiled over as protesters demanded justice for George Floyd, the black man who died Monday after a white Minneapolis cop knelt on his neck during his arrest, clashing with cops Atlanta Protesters hurled a small explosive at police while storming CNN’s headquarters Friday night in...
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How future MLB All-Stars Frank Viola, John Franco propelled St. John’s to its greatest heights
Lou Carnesecca used to say that his recruiting budget was a pocketful of subway tokens. Throw in a Long Island Railroad pass and you had the last St. John’s baseball team — back in 1980 — to reach the College World Series. This was a talented team of New Yorkers under head coach Joe Russo...
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The White House briefly locked down. A car set on fire in Atlanta. Days after George Floyd was killed, protesters are gathering around the country.
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Tucker slams political leaders allowing riots: 'When the mob comes, they're gone. You're on your own'
The storming and torching of a police precinct in Minneapolis on Thursday night, in reaction to George Floyd's death, was shocking, Tucker Carlson said Saturday night.
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Wife of officer charged with George Floyd's murder files for divorce
Derek Chauvin was charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter Friday.
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U.S. high court rejects church challenges to state pandemic rules
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected challenges on Friday to curbs on religious services in California and Illinois during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The 10 most powerful queens in history, from Catherine the Great to Queen Victoria
The hit Hulu miniseries, “The Great” is being binge-watched all over the country — showing (loosely) how Catherine the Great, a German princess came to rule Russia. But while Catherine was indeed great — she was not the only powerful woman to lead a nation much better than the men before or after her. Here...
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A guide to how you can support marginalized communities
Being an ally is a constant process, and it can be tough to know where to start. Here are some ways that you can support marginalized communities.
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Favre, Manning, Wilson: Jets’ QB history may have been very different
In a weeklong series, The Post is looking at alternate realities in New York sports. Today’s edition looked at what would have happened had Bill Belichick not resigned as head coach of the Jets. Here are some other big Jets what-ifs from the past 30 years: What if the Jets drafted Brett Favre in 1991?...
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Shooting at outdoor birthday party near Boston leaves 1 dead, 4 injured
A gunman’s rampage during an outdoor birthday party near Boston left one man dead and four others injured. Rolando Verdejo, 43, was enjoying a gathering Wednesday night in the city’s Dorchester neighborhood when he and four other celebrants were shot, the victim’s family and City Councilor Andrea Campbell confirmed. “I am devastated by this,” Campbell...
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Killer Mike urges people to "burn" systemic racism, not the city
"We don't want to see one officer charged," Killer Mike said. "We want to see four officers prosecuted and sentenced."
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PHOTOS: Riots break out around America in wake of George Floyd death
Protests erupt around the country after George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis, MN.
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Ted Cruz on Floyd's death, riots: 'The law should apply fairly and uniform for everyone'
George Floyd's death was indefensible and the police officers involved clearly bear responsibility, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said Saturday night.
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Supreme Court won't force states to speed up church reopenings
The battle reached the court days before Pentacost Sunday, when churches restricted during recent lockdowns are eager to greet congregants.       
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Watch Atlanta mayor's powerful address to protesters
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms begs protesters to go home after protests turned violent over the death of George Floyd.
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Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce
The wife of Derek Chauvin, the fired Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd, has reportedly filed for divorce over his role in the case, according to media reports. Attorneys for Kellie Chauvin said Friday that she is seeking the “dissolution of her marriage” to Chauvin. “She is devastated by Mr. Floyd’s...
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Transcripts of calls between Michael Flynn and former Russian ambassador released
Transcripts of calls between former national security adviser Michael Flynn and Russia's former ambassador to the U.S Sergey Kislyak were released Friday. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett and CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge join CBSN to discuss their significance.
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'That is on me': Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz tries to calm Minneapolis after days of chaos following George Floyd killing
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz appeared before reporters after nights of unrest in the Twin Cities to deliver a clear message: He was taking control.
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Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade share sweet birthday tributes to Zaya: 'Live your life your way'
Gabrielle Union and NBA star Dwyane Wade took to Instagram Friday to celebrate Zaya's 13th birthday.        
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Trump's menacing message follows 1960s script
Michael D'Antonio writes, "If he remains true to the old script of the 1960s, Trump is likely to stoke the fears of those who are more alarmed by the smoke and flames than by systemic racism and offer himself as the defender of order who is willing to crack down with lethal force."
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HBO’s I May Destroy You Is an Explosive Portrait of a Life Disrupted by Sexual Assault
If it's commonly forgotten that rape survivors can contain multitudes, then this series from Michaela Coel serves as a reminder.
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Atlanta mayor to vandalizing protesters: 'This is not a protest ... this is chaos'
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Friday evening denounced vandalism in her city as "chaos" after demonstrations over the death of George Floyd while in in the custody of Minneapolis police turned violent.
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Now is the moment to sign Colin Kaepernick
Joe Lockhart writes about how Colin Kaepernick's "take a knee" protest has proved him right years later and calls for teams to sign him
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