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Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger share first photo of their baby
The proud parents said they were "thrilled" to introduce Lyla Maria Schwarzenegger Pratt.
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Le Creuset takes up to 70 percent off cookware for Factory to Table Sale
Le Creuset is back with its exciting Factory to Table Sale and you don’t want to miss the amazing cookware savings. The big event features markdowns of up to 70% off some of the brand’s most popular items. So you can stock up on its high-quality pots and pans, kitchen accessories and more for irresistible...
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A devastating indictment of the Republican Party from a GOP insider
President Trump holds a Bible while visiting St. John’s Church across from the White House on June 1, 2020, after the area was cleared of people protesting the death of George Floyd. | Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images In “It Was All a Lie,” one of the GOP’s campaign operatives turns on the party he once helped build. For 30 years, Stuart Stevens was one of the most influential operatives in Republican politics. He was Mitt Romney’s top strategist in 2012, served in key roles on both of George W. Bush’s presidential campaigns, and worked on dozens of congressional and gubernatorial campaigns — building one of the best winning records in politics. Then Stevens watched his party throw its support behind a man who stood against everything he believed in, or thought he believed in. Most dissidents from Trumpism take a familiar line: They didn’t leave the Republican Party, the Republican Party left them. But for Stevens, Trump forced a more fundamental rethinking: The problem, he believes, is not that the GOP became something it wasn’t; it’s that many of those within it — including him — failed to see what it actually was. In Stevens’s new book, It Was All a Lie, he delivers a searing indictment of the party he helped build, and his role in it. This is a conversation about the Republican Party’s past, present, and future. Stevens and I discuss the differences between the Democratic and Republican coalitions, whether party elites could have prevented Trump’s rise, the power the GOP base holds, the relationship between tax cuts for the rich and white identity politics for the poor, where the party can and can’t go after Trump, the GOP operatives trying to put Kanye West on the 2020 ballot, how Stevens played the race card in his first campaigns, why Romney lost while Trump won, and more. You can listen to our discussion by streaming it here, or by subscribing to The Ezra Klein Showwherever you get your podcasts. Support Vox’s explanatory journalism Every day at Vox, we aim to answer your most important questions and provide you, and our audience around the world, with information that has the power to save lives. Our mission has never been more vital than it is in this moment: to empower you through understanding. Vox’s work is reaching more people than ever, but our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources — particularly during a pandemic and an economic downturn. Your financial contribution will not constitute a donation, but it will enable our staff to continue to offer free articles, videos, and podcasts at the quality and volume that this moment requires. Please consider making a contribution to Vox today.
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Apple's App Store Refuses to Approve Gaming Portals from Facebook, Google, Microsoft
Tech giant Apple is reportedly refusing to allow major gaming apps from Microsoft, Google, and Facebook onto its iPhone app store, sparking a skirmish between the Big Tech Masters of the Universe.
Why KT McFarland says FBI Director Christopher Wray, James Comey are in 'big trouble'
FBI Director Christopher Wray and former FBI director James Comey are both in "big trouble," Former Deputy National Security Adviser K.T. McFarland told "America's Newsroom" Monday.
DC adds 5 states to mandatory coronavirus quarantine list
Washington D.C. officials on Monday added five states to its list of those required to quarantine upon arrival to the city amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Biden family gathered over weekend to discuss VP finalists
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden spent the weekend huddled with family in his Rehoboth Beach, Delaware home narrowing down his choices for a running mate. The former vice president was spotted in and around his Delaware beach house throughout the weekend, even taking a bike ride where he quipped to a Fox News reporter that...
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West touch down in Miami and more star snaps
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are back in the US, Demi Lovato and Mex Ehrich celebrate one year and more...
One Good Thing: Handicapped therapist saves lives
A respiratory therapist in New Orleans overcomes handicap to save lives during coronavirus pandemic. (Aug. 10)
California AG seeks to drop murder charges against woman who gave birth to stillborn with 'toxic levels' of meth
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Friday sought to end the prosecution of a woman charged with murder after delivering a stillborn child with “toxic levels of methamphetamine” in its system.
Porsha Williams is putting it ‘all on the line for change’
"I think it’s really important for people to see themselves in the movement and know that you have a place."
Big Ten presidents have voted against playing college football this fall due to coronavirus concerns
The Big Ten presidents have overwhelmingly voted against playing college football this fall due to coronavirus concerns.
Cardi B defends Kylie Jenner's 'WAP' cameo as petition calls to cut it out
In since-deleted tweets, rapper Cardi B explained her decision to include reality star Kylie Jenner in the music video for "WAP," featuring Megan Thee Stallion.
Big Ten football canceled in big blow to college season
The Big Ten blinked first. The conference became the first in the Power 5 to cancel its 2020 football season on Monday, the Detroit Free Press reported. Facing concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, the league’s presidents voted 12-2 to not play fall sports, according to the report — with only Nebraska and Iowa voting to...
Why googling ‘White American doctor’ shows image results of black doctors
The search engine giant hasn't been hacked by activists, nor is there any big conspiracy, though it did spark a recent viral conversation on Twitter.
'Unconstitutional slop:' Donald Trump spars with Ben Sasse, the GOP senator who attacked his executive order
Sasse and other lawmakers, mostly Democrats, questioned the legality and wisdom of the Trump executive orders designed to help the COVID economy.
Simon Cowell Almost Paralyzed, Is Wheelchair Bound After Bike Crash
MALIBU, Calif. (AP) — Simon Cowell broke his back Saturday while testing his new electric bicycle at his home in California.
Zimbabweans stage solo social media protests against human rights abuse in the country
Zimbabweans are staging solo protests on social media to challenge human rights abuse in the southern African country.
'America's Got Talent' judge wishes Simon Cowell well
"America's Got Talent" judge Simon Cowell tweeted about his fall from a new electric bike which forced him to undergo surgery after breaking his back.
NBC News' Chuck Todd hammered by liberals for not being tough enough on Trump official
NBC News’ Chuck Todd was roasted by liberals on Sunday when Joe Biden supporters thought the “Meet the Press” moderator went easy on White House trade adviser Peter Navarro.
Oil spill prompts environmental state of emergency in Mauritius
Urgent efforts increased in Mauritius to empty a stranded Japanese ship of an estimated 2,500 tons of oil before the vessel breaks up and increases the contamination of the island's once-pristine Indian Ocean coastline. More than 1,000 tons of fuel has washed up on the eastern coast of Mauritius.
Royal Caribbean stock rises despite wider-than-expected loss
Royal Caribbean Group reported a wider-than-expected quarterly loss on Monday as the cruise operator suffered from a coronavirus-driven halt to sailings that is now on course to last deep into the second half of 2020. The company’s shares, which have lost over 60 percent of their value this year, rose 10 percent in midday trading...
Le Creuset cookware is up to 70% off during the Factory to Table Sale
Right now, you can save up to 70% off during the brand's Factory to Table Sale, which starts on August 10 and includes exclusive discounts on iconic products from the brand's line (yes, even the famous Le Creuset dutch oven).
‘Surviving Jeffrey Epstein’: The 9 Most Shocking Takeaways
Lifetime's four-part docuseries explains exactly how this horrifying sex trafficking operation worked.
How China’s top-notch mass surveillance system threatens global freedoms
Every millimeter of Beijing is monitored by state-of-the-art surveillance cameras, according to the Beijing Public Safety Bureau. Facial recognition algorithms matched with images filed away in a secret database could see you in legal trouble for something you did near your front door. A semi-political post made in a private chat could lead to the...
Shootings in De Blasio's NYC on Track to Surpass 2018, 2019 Combined
Shootings in New York City at this point in 2020 are on track to surpass the number of shootings witnessed during this time frame in 2018 and 2019 combined.
Tracy Morgan’s estranged wife wants sole custody of their daughter Maven
Page Six obtained the former couple's divorce filings.
Royal Caribbean cruise worker may finally be sent home to Peru after 7 months of living in Florida hotels
After months of waiting, a stranded cruise ship worker may soon be going home.
Mike Tyson gets 'scared' before subduing shark
Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson got outside his comfort zone on a series of shark dives for Discovery Channel's "Shark Week."
Gandhi’s glasses surface after being left in mailbox
Glasses that once belonged to Mahatma Gandhi have surfaced after they were left in the mailbox of a U.K. auction house.
Jeff Bezos Wants to Turn Shopping Malls into Amazon Warehouses
E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly in talks with the largest mall owners in America to turn retail spaces into fulfillment centers.
UFC welterweight Geoff Neal says he 'almost died' from unforeseen health scare
According to Geoff Neal, he almost died as a result of a recent health scare.        Related StoriesAfter dominant win, Yana Kunitskaya defends Stoliarenko: I didn't fight a no-nameMatchup Roundup: New UFC, Bellator fights announced in the past week (Aug. 3-9)MMA Junkie Radio #3077: UFC on ESPN+ 32, Bellator 243 recaps and more
16 top-rated bike shorts and the adorable outfits you can make with them
Bike shorts are a huge trend this season, so we came up with tons of outfit ideas to bring these bike shorts to the next level.
How Women Used Their Domestic Power to Influence the American Revolution
Spinning yarn is work that has become invisible in modern life. But at the dawn of the American Revolution, it was revolutionary
Watch How the Navajo Nation Rallies to Support Its Community in the Face of COVID-19
Tribal members discuss with Katie Couric how they're supporting each other through the pandemic
Will a coronavirus vaccine reach those at highest risk?
The United States hit yet another grim milestone in the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 5 million cases confirmed. Dr. Uché Blackstock joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments, including the push to get at-risk communities onboard with a vaccine.
Twitter's rumored interest in buying TikTok sparks stock rally
Twitter shares rose as much as 5% Monday after it reportedly held preliminary talks with TikTok, the troubled Chinese-owned social media app that the Trump administration wants to ban.
Woman ‘bumped’ by 8-foot shark after swimming into its path
Cue the "Jaws" theme.
Stars are trading their shirts for scarves this summer
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'Silence And Lies': McDonald's Sues Fired CEO, Says He Hid Sexual Relationships
McDonald's wants Steve Easterbrook to return his multi-million-dollar exit pay. The fast-food chain says he hid evidence of relationships and even approved a big stock grant for one of the women.
Morocco’s horses at risk of starvation as tourism collapses
MARRAKECH, Morocco — Abdenabi Nouidi sold his favorite horse for $150 to help feed the others on the team that pulls tourists in carriages through the buzzing streets of Marrakech, and he is still scared about the future for the others. The prospect of starvation looms for carriage horses and other animals normally used in...
Antonio Banderas Turns 60 and Reveals Coronavirus Diagnosis in Birthday Message
Hollywood actor Antonio Banderas is celebrating his 60th birthday with a message of "hope," as he reveals that he is recovering from a positive diagnosis of the coronavirus.
Lebanon's government to step down Monday in wake of Beirut blast, state TV reports
Lebanon's government is expected to step down on Monday night, less than a week after a massive explosion in Beirut killed more than 160 people and sparked days of violent protests.
Dramatic video shows car ram into Chicago store amid citywide looting
The looting and vandalism followed angry scenes in the Windy City’s Englewood neighborhood after police shot a person they said had fired at them.
Trolls doll removed from stores after complaints
Hasbro says it's pulling a Trolls doll called Poppy from store shelves after receiving complaints about an inappropriately-placed button under the doll's skirt. CBSN's Anne-Marie Green has details.
Cardi B defends putting Kylie Jenner in her ‘WAP’ music video
“Theres issues out here in the world that it is about race that I preach all the time about," she said. "This is not about f—kin race.”
Leah McSweeney discusses her sexy, see-through ‘RHONY’ reunion look
Including the face mask that sparked backlash.
Barry Diller’s IAC bets $1 billion on gambling giant MGM Resorts
IAC chairman and senior executive Barry Diller said his company was attracted to MGM, which owns resorts like The Mirage, The Excalibur and Luxor, for its online gaming business, among other things.