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'America's Got Talent': Singer Archie Williams gets second chance after wrongful conviction
Singer Archie Williams channeled his experience of wrongful conviction into an emotional rendition of Elton John's "Don't Let The Sun Go Down on Me."       
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TikTok stars Bryce Hall, Jaden Hossler arrested for drug possession: reports
TikTok stars Bryce Hall and Jaden Hossler, both members of the creative collective Sway House, have reportedly been arrested.
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Wedding videographer allegedly denies refund after fiancée dies in car crash: 'Sorry, not sorry'
The fiancé of a Colorado woman who died in a February car crash says that not only is the wedding videography service they’d hired refusing to give a refund, it’s also threatening to sue him.
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HBO Max: How to Switch From HBO Now to the New Streaming Service for Free
HBO Max is launching on Friday, May 27, and the streamer has made it simple to move from their existing HBO Now account to the new streamer.
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L.A. County allows churches, stores, pools, drive-in theaters to reopen with restrictions
Los Angeles County announced Tuesday that it will align with California's latest guidelines to allow faith-based services, in-store shopping at low-risk retail stores, drive-in movies and other recreational activities.
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'Seinfeld' actor Richard Herd dead at 87
Richard Herd, best known for his role on "Seinfeld," has died, Fox News can confirm. He was 87. 
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Ex-Nevada AG describes ballots 'piled up in apartments and trash cans and in hallways' due to mail-in voting
Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt echoed President Trump's concerns about mail-in voting Tuesday, telling "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that it will likely increase the risk of voter fraud in his state.
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Amtrak to Cut Up to 20 Percent Of Jobs By October Due to Pandemic
Amtrak CEO Bill Flynn said in a memo to employees Tuesday that up to 20 percent of the company's workforce will be eliminated as an "essential adjustment" to cope with financial fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Catholic churches in Brooklyn and Queens reopen with social-distancing measures
Catholic churches in Brooklyn and Queens shuttered for months due to the coronavirus outbreak reopened on Tuesday with some changes — including social-distancing signage and mandatory masks. Worshipers in protective face coverings flocked to pews, at a maximum of 10 at a time, and some were even spotted donning plastic gloves as they prayed. Diocese...
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Trump asks whether he should be taking insulin despite not being diabetic
"I don't use insulin," Trump said Tuesday. "Should I be? Huh? I never thought about it. But I know a lot of people are very badly affected, right? Unbelievable."        
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How 53 members of this choir were infected in 'super spreader' event
CNN's Randi Kaye reports on rising concerns over potential coronavirus 'super spreader' events and the implications these have on infection transmission.
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Michigan governor: Husband was trying "failed attempt at humor"
The owner of a docking company posted on Facebook the governor's husband tried to use his connection to the governor to get his boat in the water faster.
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CNN 10 - May 27, 2020
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Have students home from school? Here's their daily news breakdown for Wednesday: www.cnn10.com
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NYC Mayor de Blasio pushes back on Trump's insistence at reopening churches, calls the move 'dangerous'
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said it would be "dangerous" to reopen churches and places of worship during the coronavirus pandemic, despite statements by President Trump urging state officials to do so.
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A birdwatcher. A dog. Another viral racial incident in America
Videos of black men being threatened by white people or dying at the hands of police have again gone viral, including incidents in Minneapolis and New York City.
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Security tight as Hong Kong set to debate China national anthem bill
Hundreds of riot police took up posts in and around Hong Kong's financial district on Wednesday ahead of a debate at the city's Legislative Council over a bill that would criminalise disrespect of China's national anthem.
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RuPaul Drag Race's Michelle Visage Has a New Reality Show That's Refreshingly Real
If RuPaul is the drag superstar of the world, then Michelle Visage—his best friend and judge on his wildly popular "RuPaul's Drag Race"—is the superstar drag mother of the world.
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Mets’ Marcus Stroman: 2020 MLB season ‘not looking promising’
Mets pitcher Marcus Stroman is losing hope that baseball will be back this summer. “This season is not looking promising,” Stroman tweeted Tuesday after the players union was left disappointed by MLB’s latest financial proposal, which entails the highest-paid players taking greater pay cuts than their peers — and more pay cuts than the union...
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Rudy Giuliani interviews alleged mistress Maria Ryan on radio show
Ryan was brought on the show to tout hydroxychloroquine.
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Japan police arrest man in Kyoto anime arson that killed 36
Japanese police have arrested a suspect in the deadly arson at a Kyoto anime studio last year after he regained enough strength from his own severe burns to respond to the police investigation
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Richard Grenell accuses Politico of 'fake news' over report that he's joining Trump campaign
Former acting DNI Richard Grenell slammed Politico on Tuesday over its report that he was joining the Trump campaign, calling it "fake news."
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Saying the F-word might help take the pain away, research affirms
Dropping F-bombs can possibly help increase a person's pain threshold, research has shown -- and, according to a follow-up pain management experiment, using made-up swear words doesn't quite garner the same results.
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In CA: Essential workers shouldn't be deported, immigration attorney says
She cleans hotel rooms the state set aside for homeless individuals to curb the spread of the coronavirus — and the mother of four is getting deported. Also, barbershops and hair salons reopen throughout much of the state. Plus: Find out how one beach successfully opened to sunbathers.        
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Donald Trump Accuses Twitter of 'Stifling Free Speech' After Site Fact-Checks Vote-By-Mail Tweet
Twitter's action marks the first time the platform has ever marked any of Trump's tweets as misleading.
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Ex-cop: Video of George Floyd feels like a monstrous rerun
The widely-circulated video of a Minneapolis police officer with his knee George Floyd's neck is horrific, says law enforcement veteran Cedric L. Alexander. But in too many ways, it's a re-run of Eric Garner and the wrenching phrase "I can't breathe" - and a sobering reminder, despite the firing of the four officers involved, that all police officers are only as good as their training and the culture that surrounds them.
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Rams' Jalen Ramsey on pace for big contract extension, and he knows it
Jalen Ramsey surpassed the Rams' expectations last season and continued to establish himself as perhaps the NFL's top cornerback. He expects a big contract extension.
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Six Flags announces new safety protocols as it looks to reopen after COVID lockdown
Six Flags Over Texas is preparing guests for new safety protocols as it looks to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic. The theme park said there will be temperature and touchless bag checks. CBSN Dallas-Fort Worth has the details.
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Chrissy Teigen having breast implants removed: ‘I’m just over it’
Thanks for the mammaries.
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Minneapolis cops fired after death of black man
Four Minneapolis officers involved in the arrest of a black man who died in police custody were fired Tuesday after video showed an officer kneeling on the handcuffed man's neck, even after he pleaded that he could not breathe and stopped moving. (May 26)       
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Police Use Tear Gas on Minneapolis Protesters Demonstrating Against Death of George Floyd
Protestors converged upon the scene of George Floyd's death on Tuesday, some carrying signs reading "I can't breathe."
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Planned Parenthood Officials’ Testimony About Fetal Tissue Sales Contradicts Public Claims
A new video reveals the testimony of Planned Parenthood officials regarding the sale of aborted fetal tissue contradicts their public claims when the videos were released.
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CBS, Disney, ‘Criminal Minds’ producers sued by California over alleged sexual misconduct on show’s set
The entertainment companies and producers of the long-running series “Criminal Minds," are being sued by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, which is alleging that the show's cinematographer engaged in rampant sexual misconduct against crew members for 14 years. 
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KT McFarland urges new DNI Ratcliffe to release Flynn call transcripts: 'Let's see the whole thing'
Former deputy national security adviser K.T. McFarland has urged newly inaugurated Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe to make public the transcripts of phone calls between her former boss Michael Flynn and then-Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak, telling "The Story" Tuesday that it's time to "let the American people decide."
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Trump urges Republicans to block bill extending FISA provisions
President Trump on Tuesday urged House Republicans to oppose legislation extending Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act provisions, citing abuses of the law against his 2016 campaign.
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Report: Afghanistan to Free 900 Taliban Terrorists This Week
The Afghan government will release 900 Taliban terrorists by the end of Tuesday, sources in Afghanistan's National Security Council told Khaama Press on Tuesday.
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Barry Bonds powers Northern California to 11-6 victory in I-5 Series Game 1
Barry Bonds launches two home runs as Northern California defeats Southern California in Game 1 of the best-of-seven simulated I-5 series.
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'What the heck is going on?' County supervisors demand answers on Vernon coronavirus outbreaks
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday gave local health officials and plant operators in Vernon one week to review worker safety protocols and report back.
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Woman fired from job after calling 911 on black man in park
"There's an African-American, he's recording me and threatening me and my dog," she claimed.
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House Republicans sue Pelosi over remote voting
Dozens of lawmakers are expected to vote by proxy later this week.
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2020 Daily Trail Markers: Trump tries to discredit vote-by-mail process
Some Republican officials are moving forward with preparations for an increase in mail-in voting, especially in upcoming primaries.
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Anderson Cooper: Trump's the leader of the free world and he's a little man
CNN's Anderson Cooper excoriates President Trump and calls him a "little man" for spreading falsehoods about a deceased woman.
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MLB's economic proposal includes sliding scale for salary cuts
After major league players said they had no interest in a revenue-sharing plan, owners on Tuesday proposed a sliding scale of pay cuts for players.
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Trump messaging split over politics, public health
AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace says that as the number of reported deaths in the U.S. from COVID-19 reaches a staggering 100,000, the president's messaging is split between politics and public health. (May 26)       
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Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Global Health, Small Businesses, Silver Linings
On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll answer your questions about what's known about the virus and how it's affecting the global community. We'll also hear some of your silver linings.
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Andre Harrell celebrated with virtual party after BET tribute
DJ Cassidy hosted the event with Harrell’s cousin, O’Neal McKnight.
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Uber and Lyft drivers are suing New York state over unemployment benefits
A federal lawsuit alleges that New York State has refused to pay or has delayed the payment of unemployment benefits to drivers for for-hire-vehicle apps like Uber and Lyft for two months.
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Trump ramps up attacks against mail-in voting
The president continues to criticize the vote-by-mail process.
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