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Are you truly immune from Covid-19 for up to three months? It's not clear
It's the question everyone wants answered: How long are we protected from catching Covid-19 after we've recovered from the novel coronavirus?
Police union to host its own 9/11 ‘Tribute in Light’ after event canceled
The Sergeants Benevolent Association announced Friday it plans to host its own "Tribute in Light" with a twin beam of light shining on Sept. 11.
Marjorie Greene, controversial Georgia Republican, says she's not a QAnon candidate
Marjorie Greene, the Georgia Republican at the center of a political firestorm this week, rejected the notion she's a QAnon candidate in an interview Friday with Fox News and said her "Q"-supporting videos are in her past and don't represent her priorities for Congress.
'Pokémon Go' Unova Week Raids: Shiny Genesect Counters & Every New Boss
Trainers will have another chance to catch a Shiny Roggenrola through Raids this week.
3 Mississippi officers indicted in death George Robinson
Three Mississippi police officers have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a Black man last year, according to a recently unsealed indictment.
US envoy to Israel fires back at ex-Obama official Rhodes over UAE deal: 'He had eight years to do it'
The Obama administration abandoned both Israel and the United Arab Emirates to pursue the "ill-advised" Iran nuclear deal, U.S. Ambasador to Israel David Friedman told "Fox & Friends" Friday, one day after the two Middle Eastern countries announced a historic deal to normalize relations.
Socialists seeking promise from NY city council candidates not to visit Israel
The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) is facing backlash after asking candidates running for New York City Council and vying for its backing to pledge not to visit Israel if elected.
Mitch McConnell claims opponent Amy McGrath’s new ad is ‘racist’ against his wife
Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell slammed his Democratic challenger Amy McGrath new ad against him as a “racist” attack against his wife.
‘Clueless’ TV Series Lands at Peacock
We're totally buggin'.
Orlando Magic center Mo Bamba leaves bubble due to COVID-19 evaluation, out for playoffs
Orlando Magic center Mo Bamba left the NBA bubble and will not return this season as he undergoes a "comprehensive post-coronavirus evaluation."
120 Children Remain in ICE Detention Despite Court Order For Them to Be Released Due to COVID Concerns
At least 120 children are detained by ICE, despite a court order requiring the agency release them because of risks posed by COVID-19.
Didn't get stimulus check for your child? IRS says apply now
Tax agency is reopening a website for federal benefit recipients whose children didn't receive the relief money.
N95 and KN95 masks: What's the difference?
reports explain the difference between N95 and KN95 masks
Michael Cohen and Bob Woodward announced new Trump books. Here's what you need to know
"Disloyal," a tell-all by President Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, and "Rage," by investigative journalist Bob Woodward, will soon hit shelves.
The White Supremacist “Scholars” Pushing the Kamala Harris Birther Lie
The Claremont Institute, an alt-right fever swamp, cooked up the racist fiction that children of immigrants aren’t citizens.
Beirut blast: UNESCO warns 60 historic buildings at risk of collapse
The United Nations’ cultural agency said Thursday it will lead the international campaign for the recovery and restoration of Beirut's heritage, citing local officials who said that around 60 historic buildings in the Lebanese capital were at risk of collapse following last week’s devastating explosion at the Beirut port.
Yankees place Aaron Judge on 10-day IL
Unfortunately for the Yankees, Aaron Judge’s injury was not a day-to-day situation. The Yankees announced Friday that the star slugger is headed to the 10-day injured list with a calf problem, according to The Post’s George A. King III. This is a big blow to the Yankees, especially considering Judge’s hot start. Judge blasted nine...
Radical Islamic cleric accused of recruiting for ISIS extradited to NYC on terrorism charges
Abdullah al-Faisal, a radical Islamic cleric known as Shaikh Faisal, was arraigned in New York City Friday on charges that he supported terrorism by plotting to recruit for the Islamic State group.
Karlie Kloss, Kaia Gerber among W Magazine’s new investors
The new venture is called W Media, which will have a partnership with Bustle Digital Group.
Inside the summer camp that grooms future presidents and governors
The Ivy League might be known for churning out US presidents and corporate CEOs, but many of our most powerful leaders are anointed years earlier, it turns out, at summer camp.
Iowa governor is seeking federal assistance after power outages continue for more than 160,000 customers
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Friday that she's requesting a federal disaster declaration, days after storms brought hurricane-force winds to the state.
Facebook says Apple's app store fees hurt small businesses
The social-networking giant wants to offer small businesses the ability to do online events without Apple taking a cut.
Mega Millions Drawing For 08/14/20: Friday Jackpot is $31 Million
The Mega Millions jackpot for 08/14/20 is $31 million, with a cash option worth $24.9 million. The drawing will be held at 11 p.m. ET on Friday.
Those Infected With COVID-19 Are Immune for Just 3 Months, CDC Says
How long a person can remain immune to COVID-19 after contracting the virus and recovering from it has been the subject of research.
Palestinians say new Israel, UAE deal pushes fair resolution further away
A historic agreement made earlier this week between the United Arab Emirates and Israel established new diplomatic ties in the Middle East, a move that Palestinians have said amounts to “treason.”
First statue of women in NY's Central Park arrives
A statue honoring three suffragettes, Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton arrived in New York's Central Park Friday ahead of it's unveiling later in this month. It is the first statue of women in the park. (Aug. 14)
CDC warns US coronavirus death toll may reach 200K in weeks
As families grapple with school reopening plans amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the CDC is now projecting that the US could see up to 200,000 total deaths in a matter of weeks. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Project Power’ on Netflix, a High-Concept Superhero Movie That’s a Mess of Ideas and Gratuitous Violence
Beware: contains an extraordinarily high IPM (impalements per minute) rate.
How to watch the 2020 Democratic National Convention
Joe Biden will formally accept the nomination for president on Thursday and Kamala Harris will accept the nomination for vice president on Wednesday.
More than 1 in 3 Americans will refuse a COVID-19 vaccine: poll
Although support for vaccines remains high overall, the results come amid the anti-vaccine movement which threatening the progress towards ending the pandemic which has upended the global economy and killed over 167,000 Americans to date.
NJ to move to a nearly all-mail election this fall
New Jersey's Gov. Phil Murphy says the state will move to a nearly all-mail election this November, following the model it used for the July primary because of the coronavirus. (Aug. 14)
Here's How 'Project Power' Fans Are Reacting to That Classroom Rap Scene
"Well, power doesn't come in a pill, power comes from within you and that's so much of what's interesting to me."
Doctor has counted more healthcare worker deaths than CDC
Dr. Claire Rezba has counted at least 1,000 lives lost while working in healthcare during the pandemic.
Column: The maker of 'Fortnite' complains that Apple and Google are monopolists. No kidding
The maker of 'Fortnite' may be uniquely positioned to break Apple and Google's mobile app dominance.
COVID-19 Classic: Boxers who both had coronavirus set to fight
These two boxers fought the coronavirus — and now they are fighting each other.
Infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm says 'to save lives, and save the economy, we need another lockdown'
Michael Osterholm joins The Lead.
Stephen Miller warns violence in NYC, Portland is part of Democrats' 'road map for America'
Rising violence in cities like New York and Portland, Ore., show the effects of "the left's road map for America," White House senior adviser Stephen Miller told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Friday.
‘Kiss via kerchief’ and other dating advice from the 1918 flu pandemic
History proves we've really done it all for the nooky.
Kim Wehle: President Trump is 'manufacturing a crisis in the postal service' just months before mail-in voting will be crucial
Kim Wehle & Laura Coates join The Lead.
Author: Harry and Meghan are in touch with royal family
The co-author of a new book about royals Harry and Meghan says the prince is in touch with his family now that he's living in America. Omid Scobie wrote 'Finding Freedom" with Carolyn Durand. He says the book tackles tabloid tales about the couple "that were so far from the truth." (Aug. 14)
Adm. Brett Giroir says 'we're never going to be satisfied with testing'
Adm. Brett Giroir and Dr. Sanjay Gupta join The Lead.
You lost your job. You're broke. Here's a 12-step action plan to save yourself
What do you do when you've lost your job due to coronavirus layoffs and your monthly expenses far exceed your savings? Three financial advisors weigh in with steps you should take immediately to keep your financial boat afloat.
DC police: 41 protesters engaged in 'rioting behaviors' arrested
Police in Washington, D.C., say they have taken 41 people into custody overnight after an apparent Black Lives Matter demonstration turned unruly.
Column: I can't wait to go back to the movies. But AMC's 15-cent tickets could be dangerous
Why is AMC trying lure people back into theaters with reduced admissions and concessions? Wouldn't it be better to pay full price to ensure it's actually safe?
Family evacuated from Wuhan compares China and US virus responses
A Tennessee family evacuated from Wuhan, China, as the coronavirus pandemic exploded around the world say the difference between the way the US and China handled the virus is "night and day." CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.
Leah McSweeney talks ‘Housewives’ fashion and Married to the Mob
Including that mesh bucket hat and the future of her brand.
Chicago store owner is looted twice, plans to sue the city
The recent looting in Chicago has devastated local business owners who have had their stores vandalized and robbed. A convenience store owner has suffered this fate not only once but twice.
Federal Appeals Court Throws Out California Ban On Large-Capacity Gun Magazines
The court on Friday ruled that the state's "near-categorical ban of [the magazines] infringes on the fundamental right to self-defense." The decision is a blow to anti-gun activists.