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Length of Adrian Wojnarowski’s ESPN suspension has been decided
With even LeBron James tweeting, “#FreeWoj,” there is a time table for ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski’s return. Wojnarowski’s suspension will be for two weeks, The Post has learned. ESPN took the action in response to Wojnarowski emailing Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) “F–k you” after Hawley sent a letter questioning NBA commissioner Adam Silver and the...
Facebook's future keeps getting murkier
For nearly two months, Facebook has been scrambling to get a handle on a wave of criticism over its policies on moderating content, particularly hateful speech and misinformation that spreads on its platforms.
Trump is the anti-Lincoln
John Avlon writes that while Donald Trump likes to compare himself to Abraham Lincoln, the comparison falls apart on matters of character and temperament and political beliefs.
South Africa reimposes liquor ban amid coronavirus surge to free up hospital space
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday said the country will reimpose a liquor ban to reduce the number of trauma patients that have taken up space in hospitals, where beds are now desperately needed to accommodate a surge of coronavirus patients.
"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Sunday, July 12, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Jamie Yuccas."
How the pandemic is impacting the presidential race
The coronavirus pandemic could have a major impact on the 2020 presidential election. CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony Salvanto helps break down some of the most recent polling in key battleground states.
Trump pushes for schools to reopen as coronavirus deaths top 135,000
President Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos are renewing their push to reopen schools this fall, even as coronavirus cases continue to rise nationwide. Meanwhile, some administration officials are becoming frustrated with Dr. Anthony Fauci, who at times has contradicted the president. Nikole Killion reports.
Sailors injured in fire aboard USS Bonhomee Richard at Naval Base San Diego
A U.S Navy ship caught fire Sunday morning at Naval Base San Diego. At least 18 were injured aboard the USS Bonhomee Richard.
"West Side Story" lyrics still embarrass Sondheim
Stephen Sondheim tells 60 Minutes why some songs in "West Side Story" make him look away.
Poland's presidential runoff election too close to call, early results show
The race is down to less than 1% difference in vote.
Removing Robert E. Lee's statue
The former mayor of New Orleans took down a monument to the Confederate general. Who asked him to do it? One of the city's most famous musicians: Wynton Marsalis
"West Side Story": Behind the scenes of the new revival
"West Side Story" is getting an update. Bill Whitaker reports on the new twists making their way to one of America's most iconic musicals.
Atlanta rapper Rudolph Johnson, known as Lil Marlo, dies at age 30
Rapper Lil Marlo is being mourned by his record label and fans following his death. "So much potential that the world didn't get a chance to see."
AOC blames economy for NYC crime wave — not NYPD cuts
US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez blamed a sluggish economy for New York City’s “uptick in crime” — claiming people are being forced to choose between following the law and feeding their families. “Do we think this has to do with the fact that there’s record unemployment in the United States right now? The fact that people...
Islanders goalie prodigy Ilya Sorokin could be with team soon
Islanders goaltending wunderkind Ilya Sorokin may get his first taste of the NHL as early as this week. Sorokin’s agent, Dan Milstein, confirmed to The Post on Sunday evening that the 24-year-old netminder is eligible to practice with the team during training camp if he signs an entry-level contract with the Islanders between noon Monday...
The MTA is barely hanging on due to coronavirus cutbacks
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is running on fumes. If it doesn’t get another emergency infusion of cash, emergency cutbacks will slam the city just as it is trying to get back on its feet. New York’s importance to the national economy makes it Congress’ duty to help out — but the city, state and the...
Nick Cordero's wife held a memorial for late husband after he died from coronavirus complications
Nick Cordero is being remembered by his close friends and family.
"West Side Story": The new take on a Broadway classic
"West Side Story" is getting an update. Bill Whitaker reports on the new twists making their way to one of America's most iconic musicals.
A massive fire has destroyed a 249-year-old church in California
California firefighters are investigating the origin of a fire that destroyed a historic 249-year-old Catholic church.
Fox News condena al ex escritor de Tucker Carlson por 'horribles' comentarios racistas y sexistas
Fox News condena el "horrible comportamiento racista, misógino y homofóbico" del libretista de "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Blake Neff, quien renunció.
Skateboarding musician warms hearts in pandemic
A man's impromptu performances aboard a Onewheel electric skateboard have helped earn him some money during a time when live music venues are closed.
Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly moved at least 36 times during her year in hiding
Ghislaine Maxwell moved at least 36 times across the US in the year before her arrest — and coronavirus mask-wearing may have helped her stay undetected, a report said Sunday. The British socialite took off from the West Coast and crisscrossed the country — making stops in Idaho, Wyoming and Colorado — before ultimately ending...
White House Moves to Discredit Fauci as Disagreements With Trump Become Evident
The White House is distributing a list that details comments Fauci made in the early days of the pandemic that were later proven to be wrong.
#FreeWoj: LeBron James shows support for suspended ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski
Los Angeles Lakers star sends out tweet with hashtag #FreeWOJ after ESPN NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski was reportedly suspended over profane email.
Cole Custer scores first career NASCAR Cup win after wild restart at Kentucky
Custer passed Martin Truex Jr., Ryan Blaney and Kevin Harvick on the last lap at Kentucky to get to the lead after the four cars had gone four-wide.       
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Sean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Kamaru Usman and UFC 251's key winning fighters?
See who champs Kamaru Usman, Alexander Volkanovski and Petr Yan should fight next after their title-fight victories at UFC 251.        Related StoriesCallout Collection: Who UFC 251 winners want next – and how likely they'll get themUFC 251 post-event facts: Even in defeat, Max Holloway makes historyPetr Yan defends UFC 251 stoppage, says Aljamain Sterling should be next in line 
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Sean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Jorge Masvidal and UFC 251's other losing fighters?
See who Jorge Masvidal, Max Holloway and Jose Aldo should fight next after their title-fight losses at UFC 251.        Related StoriesSean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Kamaru Usman and UFC 251's key winning fighters?UFC 251 post-event facts: Even in defeat, Max Holloway makes historyPetr Yan defends UFC 251 stoppage, says Aljamain Sterling should be next in line 
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Daughter of Texas cop killed in ambush slammed for tweeting #bluelivesmatter
The daughter of one of two cops killed in a weekend ambush in McAllen, Texas, got slammed on Twitter — for posting the hashtag #bluelivesmatter in a moving tribute to her late dad, according to a report Sunday. Savannah Chavez, the daughter of slain Officer Ismael Chavez, 39, tweeted in a since-deleted post Saturday —...
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Turkey converting Hagia Sophia back into a mosque
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ordered the conversion of the city's historic Hagia Sophia back into a mosque after a court annulled a 1934 presidential decree that made it a museum. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
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Hundreds of people celebrated the July 4 weekend at a Michigan lake. Now some have Covid-19
Health officials say those at higher risk of infection include party-goers who were in contact with people not wearing masks.
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Dodgers reliever Kenley Jansen feeling better after positive coronavirus test
Dodgers reliever Kenley Jansen says he was unable to make the start of training camp after testing positive for the coronavirus.
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How President Donald Trump can get his campaign — and America — back on track
Trump campaign has been adrift. The Republican base is alive and well, but Trump voters need a reason to get excited, write Ed Rollins and Eric Beach.        
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Why the dumb mask debate isn't over
With just 114 days until the 2020 election, it will be here before you know it. Every Sunday, I will outline the 5 BIG storylines you need to know to understand the upcoming week on the campaign trail. And they're ranked -- so the No. 1 story is the most important of the coming week.
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Prosecutors: 2 teens indicted in death of 17-year-old girl
A grand jury in Maryland has indicted two teens in the shooting death of a 17-year-old girl last month
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Aaron Judge, Yoenis Cespedes among fantasy baseball’s draft-board risers
Preparing for the 60-game sprint to a fantasy baseball championship is going to be a lot more difficult than most realize. With so many access restrictions to MLB’s spring training 2.0 , there is a greater sense of disconnect to normal spring coverage. Some beat writers are able to report on the action, but things...
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How a bipartisan stimulus became a political stumbling block
In this edition: The newly bitter politics of the CARES Act, the closing messages in next week’s primaries, and the president cancels a rally while donning a mask.
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Fire, explosion on USS Bonhomme Richard sends 21 people to hospitals, fills San Diego skies with dark smoke
An amphibious assault ship caught fire on Sunday at Naval Base San Diego, injuring 17 sailors and four civilians, officials said.        
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Morikawa scores wild win in playoff at Workday Charity Open
Morikawa overcame every obstacle in front of him on a topsy-turvy day in Ohio to top Justin Thomas on the third playoff hole in the PGA Tour event.        
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Los Angeles County records 3,322 new coronavirus cases, 18 deaths
Los Angeles County continued to report a surge in coronavirus cases Sunday, tallying 3,322 new cases of the virus and 18 related deaths.
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Memphis man shoots cousin over Penny Hardaway argument: police
Well, that escalated quickly. A Memphis man was charged with second-degree attempted murder after police said he shot his cousin in the chest because of an argument over whether University of Memphis basketball coach Penny Hardaway is a good coach, according to WREG-TV. Officers took Tyrone Taylor into custody Thursday for the July 3 incident....
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Under Donald Trump, is the Republican Party better off than it was four years ago? No.
Republican silence to Trump commuting Roger Stone's sentence is just the latest way he has dumped the GOP on the wrong side of history: Our view        
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Multiple sailors injured during fire on USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego
An amphibious assault ship caught fire after an explosion at Naval Base San Diego, injuring 18 sailors and filling the skies with dark smoke.        
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Drue Tranquill recommended Chargers draft Notre Dame teammate Alohi Gilman
Chargers drafted safety Alohi Gilman on a recommendation from Drue Tranquill, another pick added to the team via Notre Dame.
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Local digest: Two fatally shot in D.C., adding to an already violent month
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
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Start your career as a CFA with the help of this intensive exam bootcamp
In the world of finance, being a CFA (or a chartered financial analyst) is the gold standard title, especially as it relates investment analysis. Did we mention too that CFA charterholders enjoy an average annual salary of $300,000 (yes, you read that right).  But before you leave your day job in favor of becoming the...
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After nearly 110 years of naval aviation, the US Navy has welcomed its first Black female tactical jet pilot
Soaring through the glass ceilings of both her gender and race, Lt. j.g. Madeline Swegle has made history as the US Navy's first Black female tactical aircraft pilot.
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For minor leaguers worried about their careers, summer camp provides some relief
Minor league baseball players lost their season to the pandemic, meaning they're often working out alongside actual summer campers at parks across the nation.
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'You can't do that': Fox News host Wallace confronts DeVos on threat to redirect funds from schools
Chris Wallace asked Betsy DeVos "under what authority" she and Trump were going to "unilaterally cut off funding" to schools that refuse to reopen.        
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