Los Angeles police chief links coronavirus to increased gun violence, homicides

Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore Tuesday linked the coronavirus to the city’s rising gun violence.
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Trump will speak remotely at NY Archdiocese’s virtual Al Smith Dinner
President Trump has agreed to speak remotely Thursday at the New York Archdiocese’s first ever virtual Al Smith fundraising event amid the coronavirus pandemic, church officials said Monday evening. The Archdiocese has also extended an invitation to former Vice President Joe Biden, who is Catholic, and is hopeful he will also agree to speak at...
Bear in Denali National Park euthanized over safety concerns
DENALI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE, Alaska — A grizzly bear that was believed to have gotten into buildings and food storages over the last year has been euthanized amid safety concerns, according to Denali National Park and Preserve. The adult male bear was captured Thursday, and wildlife staff with the park in Alaska recommended it...
Trump looking for 11th hour reset but mostly shuns debate prep
Clubby reinforcements have been summoned. A stack of flashcards -- question on front, response on back -- is at the ready. A binder has been dutifully collated.
WWE 'Monday Night RAW' Results: What Happened on the Show After 'Clash of Champions'
Drew McIntyre opened the show with the legends who helped him on Sunday.
'Dancing With The Stars' Disney Night Live Dance Critiques and Elimination Results
Read along in real-time as the celebrities embrace the Disney magic.
Grand Juror in Breonna Taylor Case Seeks Release of Court Records and Transcript
"Truth being of paramount importance to all affected parties and the community as a whole, justice demands a full public release of the grand jury proceedings," the filing said.
3 scientists' advice on how to protect yourself from COVID-19
In contrast to early thinking about the importance of transmission by contact with large respiratory droplets, it turns out that a major way people become infected is by breathing in the virus.
Listen to Episode 31 of ‘Amazin’ But True’: Disappointing Mets Season in Review, Offseason Preview
The Mets had every team lose that they needed to over the weekend in order to make the playoffs…but they could not take care of business themselves. It was the telling sign of the 2020 Mets, who were not able to put any kind of win streak together down the stretch, missing out on the...
Paulo Costa demands UFC title fight rematch after Israel Adesanya humping incident
Paulo Costa demanded a rematch with Israel Adesanya on Monday – two days after he lost via a second-round technical knockout in a UFC Middleweight Championship fight.
Unimpressed by Derek Anderson, Paul Daley sees MVP title fight as possibility after Bellator 247
Paul Daley has three fights left on his current Bellator contract and would like to make the most of them.        Related StoriesPaulo Costa calls Israel Adesanya 'human trash' for lewd post-fight celebration, demands rematchJon Jones doubts Israel Adesanya wants fight: 'I would literally tear one of your arms off'Jon Jones doubts Israel Adesanya wants fight: 'I would literally tear one of your arms off' - Enclosure
Socialite Dori Cooperman attacked in broad daylight on UES
Cooperman said police "were 100 percent dismissive” when they arrived on the scene.
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Jimmy Butler on NBA title hopes: 'If you want to win, you're going to have to go through a LeBron James-led team'
Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler acknowledged Sunday that to be the best he’s going to have to beat the best in LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers.
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Let the debate begin! Tuesday's show reports on politics past and present, and we also update you on Western wildfires and a puffin project off the East Coast.
Here's How to Vote for Your 'Dancing With the Stars' Favorites During the Live Show
There are two easy ways to cast your vote.
Patriots' Cam Newton on not moving family to Boston area: 'This is a business trip for me'
New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton is strictly about business.
Biden supporters trying to take over 'Trump corner' on popular Florida street
There has been growing friction between Joe Biden supporters and supporters of President Trump in Palm Beach, Fla., as both sides vie for a coveted street corner spot, to spread their political message to the masses.
Day cares are reopening. But they can only serve small groups and fear for their survival.
The demand for child care is growing but is inconsistent and unpredictable, owners say.
Cuomo extends moratorium on evictions in New York
Tens of thousands of New Yorkers are believed to be at risk of eviction when the policy expires.
Mookie Betts' postseason stats aren't great, but his greatness infuses key moments
When the Boston Red Sox beat the Dodgers in the 2018 World Series, Mookie Betts played a pivotal role. Now the Dodgers hope he does the same for them.
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The big Jets predicament with firing Adam Gase right now
To steal a phrase from one of the most famous New York managers to get fired during the season, it has gotten late early for Adam Gase and the Jets. George Steinbrenner famously fired Yogi Berra only 16 games into the 1985 season. Now, Gase is the one facing a potential early-season firing if he...
Yankees’ strange road to playoffs doesn’t matter anymore
Nothing tells you more about both the oddity of this 60-game whack-a-doo baseball season, and the way you can look at the Yankees if you choose to do so through cold, objective eyes, than this: In March, before the world as we knew it went into witness protection, there were two odds-on favorites to win...
Mayor Bill de Blasio side-swiped by e-scooter in Manhattan
Mayor Bill de Blasio was side-swiped by an electric scooter in Lower Manhattan on Monday — but escaped the debacle without injury, The Post has learned. The mayor was walking along the crosswalk at Pearl Street and Water Street around 10:15 a.m. when a man on an e-scooter ran into his arm, sources said. The...
Analyst: Trump paid less taxes than lowest bracket
The bombshell revelations that President Donald Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes the year he ran for office and paid no income taxes at all in many others, threatens to undercut a pillar of his appeal among blue-collar voters. (Sept. 28)
NY Teachers Laid Off and Rehired as Substitutes at Lesser Per Diem Rate, Say Union Leaders
The Albany Public School Teachers Association said that teachers had been laid off, "only to be asked to then long-term sub for their 'cut' positions."
DOE spending $48M on substitutes and emergency teachers due to COVID-19
Department of Education funding for substitute teachers and other emergency instructors will balloon from roughly $2 million to about $48 million this year due to the coronavirus crisis, The Post has learned. According to a DOE budgeting document, the agency is giving schools across the city an extra $47,856,477 to shore up staffing shortfalls. With...
'Unprecedented' Wildfire Season Threatens California's Wine Region
The fires, which have scorched nearly 6,000 square miles in California, now threaten to tear through communities in the state's picturesque wine country, forcing thousands to evacuate.
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Dax Shepard says he's 'really, really grateful' for fans' support after revealing relapse
The star previously explained that he had been sober for 16 years.
What to Make of the New Evidence in the Breonna Taylor Case
The state asserted there was no body camera footage. But that's not fully true.
Vice News releases body camera video that purports to show moments after officers raided Breonna Taylor's apartment
New body camera footage obtained by Vice News purportedly shows what happened on March 13 in the moments after Louisville Metro Police officers raided the home of Breonna Taylor, who was shot and killed.
Economic relief talks between White House and Pelosi suddenly resume as House Democrats make new offer
Family member who lost relatives to Covid-19 talks with Anderson Cooper
Anderson Cooper talks to Terrance Bannister, who has lost two relatives to Covid-19 as the global death toll nears one million. Watch "Full Circle" every Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 6p ET.
A teacher with terminal cancer wanted to repaint his house for his wife. A dozen people came to help
Tim Gjoraas' life has rapidly changed over the past year and a half since he was diagnosed with colon cancer.
A brain-eating amoeba claims the life of a 6-year-old boy in Texas
A 6-year-old boy in Lake Jackson, Texas, died earlier this month from an infection caused by a brain-eating amoeba that was found in the water of splash fountain the boy had played in earlier.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, September 28, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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Brain-eating parasite found in Texas water kills 6-year-old boy
Nearly 30,000 people in southeast Texas are being told to boil their tap water following the recent death of a 6-year-old boy who officials say passed away from a brain-eating parasite that was found in his town's water supply. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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Every State Has a Story: Supreme Court vacancy energizes North Carolina voters
While the president's nomination for a new Supreme Court judge is energizing voters in North Carolina, the economy, health care and coronavirus remain as the biggest issues. Janet Shamlian has more in CBS News' series "2020 America Decides: Every State Has a Story."
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Ex-Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale hospitalized for alleged self-harm threats
Former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale is under psychiatric evaluation at a Florida hospital after his wife told police he was abusive, armed and possibly suicidal. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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NASA prepares to touchdown on asteroid Bennu
NASA's OSIRIS-REx is preparing to touch down on asteroid Bennu's surface on October 20th. The spacecraft will go down to collect rock and dust samples from an area scientists are calling the Nightingale Crater. (Sept. 28)       
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NYU’s student newspaper staff resigns en masse over flap with advisor
The entire 43-person editorial staff of Washington Square News — the weekly newspapers of New York University —resigned on Monday over a flap with their editorial advisor. In an op-ed published in the paper Monday, the staff claimed that advisor Dr. Kenna Griffin was “unnecessarily harsh” with them and defended her behavior “by arguing that...
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Ex-con tried to bust girlfriend out of jail via helicopter booked under his name
An ex-con was busted in Belgium for hijacking a helicopter to break his wife out of jail — after he used his own name to book the flight, reports said on Monday. Mike Gielen and two other men chartered the chopper in Antwerp on Friday, on the pretext of taking aerial shots for a TV...
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The Picture of a Broken Tax System
Donald Trump’s tax returns illustrate the profound inequities of the tax code and the shambolic state of federal enforcement.
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New Orleans cop accused of molesting girl whose sex assault he was investigating
A veteran New Orleans police officer allegedly molested an underage girl whose sexual assault he was investigating, according to a report.
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Rayshard Brooks shooting investigation completed by GBI
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has completed its investigation into the shooting death of a Black man whose fatal shooting by a white police officer came amid growing calls for an end to racial injustice.
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Trey Gowdy blasts Senate Dems over 'incredibly disrespectful' treatment of Judge Amy Coney Barrett
Senate Democrats who have already vowed not to meet with Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett ahead of her confirmation hearing next month are being "incredibly disrespectful," former House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy told “The Daily Briefing” Monday.
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