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MotoGP: Marc Marquez wins Catalunya Grand Prix after rivals crash

Marc Marquez capitalises on a crash which takes out four of his rivals to ease to victory at Catalunya and extend his MotoGP title lead.
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NBA releases scrimmage schedules for Lakers and Clippers
The NBA released scrimmage schedules for every team on Saturday ahead of its season restart in Orlando later this month.
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Why New York City will never build another subway station
Every once in a while for fun, Phil Plotch likes to phone the MTA’s Second Avenue Subway Community Information Center — a permanent storefront on 125th Street — to ask when the next phase of the mass transit project will begin. “I called yesterday,” Plotch told me in March. “They said they’d start building it...
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Braves star Freddie Freeman has coronavirus, is ‘not feeling great’
MLB All-Star first baseman Freddie Freeman was among four Atlanta Braves players to test positive for coronavirus, manager Brian Snitker announced Saturday. Snitker said it could be “a while” until Freeman returns, as the 30-year-old is still battling a fever and “not feeling great.” Freeman is the most prominent MLB player known to have contracted...
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English pubs opened at 6 a.m., coronavirus restrictions ease, as police brace for 'chaos'
Some believe that the push by the government will lead to "New Years"-style wild behavior.
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Second Catskills resident arrested in Molotov cocktail attack on NYPD
A Catskills man has been arrested for providing supplies to a woman who attacked the NYPD with a Molotov cocktail during the height of the George Floyd protests, authorities said. Timothy Amerman, a 29-year-old painter from Saugerties, supplied fellow Catskills resident Samantha Shader — who allegedly threw the explosive at an occupied police vehicle —...
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Rep. Devin Nunes reacts to brief on Russian bounties: Vladimir Putin is 'dangerous,' intel community has 'real problem'
There is a "real problem" in the U.S. intelligence community if the leakers are going to have to investigate themselves, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., pointed out Saturday.
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With your smartphone, you can capture great photographs of fireworks. Here's how.
Looking to capture fireworks this Fourth of July? We've got tips to get the best images.       
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Hong Kong needs substantial action from the West, not just words
After Beijing passed its controversial security law for Hong Kong, Michael Bociurkiw writes that the changes for the city will be drastic, and the West should do all it can to throw a lifeline to any Hong Kongers who may be fearful of what's to come.
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FC Dallas game at 'MLS is Back' tournament postponed after nine players test positive for COVID-19
Nine FC Dallas players and one coach tested positive for COVID-19, postponing its opening game of the "MLS is Back" tournament against Vancouver.        
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‘RHOC’ star Vicki Gunvalson moves into Puerto Vallarta condo
The "Real Housewives of Orange County" star has officially moved into her new home in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
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All-Star Freddie Freeman among four Braves testing positive for coronavirus
Atlanta Braves reveal Saturday that All-Star first baseman Freddie Freeman, three teammates are out indefinitely after testing positive for COVID-19.       
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Dwayne Haskins supports one potential new Redskins nickname
Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins has a preference if the Redskins change their name. “I like the red tails,” the second-year quarterback tweeted Friday. “That’s if we have to change the name. Now out my mentions,” Haskins wrote in a follow-up tweet. Following pressure from fans and sponsors, the Redskins are expected to change their nickname...
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We need to cut police pensions and benefits — not officers
New York City has approved a new, pandemic-squeezed budget that’s making headlines because it includes a $1 billion cut to the NYPD amid calls, in the wake of the George Floyd killing in Minneapolis, to defund police. The reality is less dramatic, with about half of that $1 billion coming from shifting money and workers...
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Alabama mall shooting leaves 8-year-old boy dead
A gunman opened fire in an Alabama shopping mall, killing an 8-year-old boy and injuring a girl and two adults. The shooting started around 3:30 p.m. Friday at Riverchase Galleria in Hoover, a suburb of Birmingham. The shooter fled, AL.com reported. Police identified the dead boy as 8-year-old Royta Giles Jr., who died at a hospital....
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Mississippi could drop Jim Crow-era statewide voting process
Mississippi just ditched its Confederate-themed state flag.
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Dina Manzo's ex ordered to stay away from her following racketeering arrest: report
Dina Manzo 's ex-husband has been ordered not to go near the former "Real Housewives" star and her current husband, Dave Cantin, after he was arrested earlier this week.
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Billy Graham, Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass: Who Trump wants in the 'National Garden of American Heroes'
Trump's order says the "National Garden of American Heroism," should feature Harriet Tubman, Billy Graham and Frederick Douglass among others.       
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Ken Cuccinelli vows federal government will 'bring consequences' to those destroying statues
Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary Ken Cuccinelli warned on Saturday that the federal government would not take recent vandalism "lying down."
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Trump signs extension of COVID-relief fund for businesses
President Donald Trump has signed into law a temporary extension of a subsidy program for small businesses battered by the coronavirus, The legislation extends the June 30 deadline for applying for the program to Aug. 8
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Neil Young 'NOT ok' with Trump playing his music at Mount Rushmore event
Musician Neil Young is upset again with President Donald Trump for playing his music on Friday during the White House's Mount Rushmore event celebrating Independence Day.
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Bill targets car safety hazard blamed for hundreds of deaths
"We lose, on average, 50 children a year — one a week, who die because the standard is not updated," Senator Ed Markey said.
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‘Riverdale’ Spinoff Series ‘Katy Keene’ Canceled at The CW
The CW's offshoot has decided not to move forward after just one season.
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NFL players union votes for recommendation to cancel entire preseason: report
The NFL may be moving to cancel the entire preseason after the players union voted this week to raise the issue, reports say.
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US embassies spending big on July 4 celebrations
With the coronavirus putting a damper on Fourth of July celebrations in the US, the State Department is investing in celebrations around the world, according to a TMZ investigation. At least five US embassies are spending big on fireworks displays, according to federal procurement documents obtained by the website. The US Embassy in Madrid spent...
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Madeleine McCann suspect was extradited from Portugal — twice
The German suspect in the case of missing toddler Madeleine McCann was extradited twice from Portugal for child sex crimes, but Portuguese authorities never linked him to her disappearance, according to a report. Christian Brueckner, 43, who had been living in southern Portugal, was sent back to Germany in 1999 after spending four years on...
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Lamar Odom tattoos fiancée’s lip print on his neck
The former NBA all-star is ready to say "I do" to fiancée Sabrina Parr, displaying his version of a "wedding ring" -- a neck tattoo -- on social media.
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1 Killed, 3 Wounded in Shooting at Mississippi Sports Bar
The suspect left the bar and was not in custody
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Why hundreds of people vanish into the American wilderness
In April 2017, Jacob Gray rode his bicycle during a rainstorm into Washington state’s Olympic National Park and vanished. The 22-year-old’s bike and camping gear were discovered near the Sol Duc River, but otherwise there was no trace of him. Several months of search-and-rescue missions uncovered nothing. The mystery caught the attention of journalist Jon...
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Noose found in building owned by elite university
A noose was found Thursday at a construction site in an off-campus building owned by Johns Hopkins University.
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"Unnecessary situation": Surging virus cases frustrate experts
Experts have blamed the spike on some states reopening too early, as well as people defying health guidelines.
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Pubs, Restaurants and Museums Open as England Eases Coronavirus Lockdown
Many think the easing comes too soon given still-high levels of coronavirus infections and deaths
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NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson in good spirits but 'heartbroken' for daughters after positive COVID-19 test
Jimmie Johnson isn't thinking about racing after he and his wife tested positive for COVID-19: "My biggest concern right now is for my children."       
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Latin America sees half of all new Covid-19 infections as health systems flounder
At the end of April, video emerged from the main hospital in the Brazilian city of Manaus of bodies lined up in corridors, the victims of a sudden surge in the coronavirus. At the same time, the city began digging mass graves for hundreds of people who'd not even had the chance of treatment.
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Lockdown ordered for 200,000 in northeastern Spain due to Covid-19 outbreaks
Authorities ordered a new lockdown for 200,000 people in Lleida province of northeastern Spain on Saturday due to outbreaks of Covid-19 there, the first confinement order since the nation's state of emergency was lifted on June 21.
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Lockdown ordered for 200,000 in northeastern Spain due to Covid-19 outbreaks
Authorities ordered a new lockdown for 200,000 people in Lleida province of northeastern Spain on Saturday due to outbreaks of Covid-19 there, the first confinement order since the nation's state of emergency was lifted on June 21.
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Meet the only woman to have "signed" the Declaration of Independence
In what was the middle of the American Revolutionary War, Congress fled Philadelphia and settled temporarily in Baltimore. When they needed somebody to print the Declaration, Goddard was the person to help.
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Latin America sees half of all new Covid-19 infections as health systems flounder
At the end of April, video emerged from the main hospital in the Brazilian city of Manaus of bodies lined up in corridors, the victims of a sudden surge in the coronavirus. At the same time, the city began digging mass graves for hundreds of people who'd not even had the chance of treatment.
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Hillary Clinton, citing ‘dark times,’ urges Americans to register to vote in Independence Day message
Former 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Saturday, cited “dark times” in an Independence Day message, and urged Americans to march and register to vote.
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Nick Cordero's wife says she doesn't know if he will 'ever be able to work again'
Nick Cordero's wife shared a somber update about his health as he remains in the ICU battling complications related to the coronavirus.
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Michael Cohen wishes fans a happy Fourth of July as critics rip restaurant romp
Recently sprung jailbird Michael Cohen wished his Twitter followers a happy July 4th — just hours after being splashed on The Post’s front page, dining al fresco at a posh Upper East Side restaurant. “Wishing everyone a #safe and #happy #4thofJuly2020,” President Trump’s former lawyer posted in a 7:28 a.m tweet, which featured an image...
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Flooding hits parts of Newport Beach amid high tide, high surf
A dangerous combination of high tide and high surf in Newport Beach destroyed a sailboat, authorities said.
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Brian Austin Green denies dating both Courtney Stodden and Tina Louise
The recently-divorced actor has been seen around town with both ladies over the past week.
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'We refuse to celebrate': July 4th protesters say not all Americans are free
Demonstrations were planned in more than a dozen U.S. cities on July 4th, including several protests and marches in the nation's capitol.       
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Aaron Phillips set for UFC return, faces Jack Shore on 'Fight Island'
Almost six years after his first UFC stint, Aaron Phillips is back as he steps in on short notice to face undefeated Jack Shore on July 15.       Related StoriesGilbert Burns tests positive for COVID-19, out of UFC 251 headliner vs. Kamaru UsmanJairzinho Rozenstruik turns down Junior Dos Santos' request to spar ahead of UFC 252Twitter Mailbag: Which are the best non-title fights at UFC 'Fight Island?' 
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Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Granted New Zealand Border Exemption For Production
Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop has also been granted a travel ban exemption.
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Friends fear Ghislaine Maxwell is in ‘danger,’ worried for her safety
Friends of Ghislaine Maxwell are worried the disgraced socialite could get whacked in prison or die by suicide like her predator ex-lover and boss, Jeffrey Epstein. “I’m absolutely worried for her safety,” said Christopher Mason, a TV host and journalist who has known Maxwell since the 1980s. “Do I think [she’s] in danger? Yes.” Mason,...
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Protesters Return to St. Louis Area Where Couple Drew Guns in Widely Spread Pictures
The McCloskeys are personal injury attorneys who suddenly became famous last Sunday
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Red Sox’s Collin McHugh describes MLB coronavirus saliva test
There is no spitting in baseball — unless, of course, it’s part of a coronavirus test. “This is our covid test,” Boston Red Sox pitcher Collin McHugh tweeted Saturday with a video of him undergoing the test. “Spitting into a vial like 15 times. No eating/drinking 30 min beforehand. Tested every other day.” The 33-year-old...
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