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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tells fans he had lung screening
"I've came back from the hospital now, I've done a lung screening, my lung is clean, OK? I went to do a Covid exam a while ago, but everything is okay," he said. "You can't get very close [to me], OK? Recommendation for everyone," he added.
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Miley Cyrus, boyfriend Cody Simpson show off their dance moves on social media: 'Let's get back to WERK'
Miley Cyrus and her boyfriend, singer Cody Simpson, aren't letting the coronavirus quarantine get them down.
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Steven Matz has Mets gushing after dominant outing
Steven Matz was sharp in a three-inning simulated game at Citi Field on Monday and at least one of his teammates liked what he saw. “He looked really, really good,’’ Jacob deGrom said after Matz was done. “That was very impressive to watch, maybe the best I’ve seen him in a long time. It was...
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Key NYC services are stuck in the 1950s — and everyone pays the price
Would you pay hundreds of dollars for a 1950s Western Electric ­rotary phone when your neighbors have iPhones? No, you wouldn’t. But when it comes to public services, New Yorkers are paying for an iPhone — and getting the equivalent of the decrepit rotary. The city’s new budget, passed last week, promises more of the...
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Florida Department of Education orders all its schools to reopen campuses in August after coronavirus closures
The Florida Department of Education late Monday issued an emergency order mandating that all of its schools must reopen for the fall semester, following months of closure due to the coronavirus.
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FC Dallas withdraws from the MLS is Back tournament
FC Dallas has withdrawn from the MLS is Back tournament in Florida after 10 players tested positive for coronavirus.
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July 6 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
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Critics of Trump’s 4th of July speech are hating on patriotism itself
If nothing else, President Trump’s July 4 speech at Mount Rushmore clarified the battle lines of our culture war. The New York Times called the president’s speech “dark and divisive”; several other outlets used the “dark” adjective. An Associated Press headline blared, “Trump Pushes Racial Division.” A Washington Post story said the speech “crystallized” Trump’s...
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What's on TV Tuesday: 'DCs Stargirl' on the CW; 'Dirty John'
What's on TV Tuesday, July 7: 'DC's Stargirl' on the CW; 'Dirty John'
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Andrew McCutchen believes Yankees need to get rid of haircut policy: 'It takes away from our individualism'
Andrew McCutchen, a former National League MVP, believes that the New York Yankees need to get rid of their haircut policy, which doesn’t allow players to grow facial hair, or have their hair length go below their uniform’s collar.
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Spencer Cox Wins Utah’s G.O.P. Primary for Governor, Beating Jon Huntsman
Mr. Cox, the state’s lieutenant governor, is expected to win the general election as well. He had been endorsed by Gov. Gary Herbert, who rose to his office after Mr. Huntsman left it.
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McDonald’s teen employee hit by car after wrong order dispute
No suspects have yet been identified but an investigation ongoing, police said.
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MLB '20 schedule: Yanks-Nats, Giants-Dodgers open on July 23
Mookie Betts, Gerrit Cole and a pair of high-profile matchups are set for opening day as Major League Baseball begins its shortened 60-game season on July 23 in ballparks without fans amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Young adults who think 'they are invincible' increasingly infected by coronavirus, Newsom says
Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday said the surge in coronavirus cases hitting California was due in part to younger people who might believe "they are invincible" but nonetheless are becoming sick from COVID-19.
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Plane carrying 860 pounds of cocaine crashes on Mexico highway
A private plane carrying 860 pounds of cocaine worth nearly $4.9 million crash-landed on a Mexican highway Sunday, sending the narco-traffickers scrambling into the woods to dodge police, according to a report. The Hawker 700, which Mexican authorities said they traced from Venezuela, came crashing down with its illicit cargo on a state highway Sunday...
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Army confirms remains found near Fort Hood are Vanessa Guillén
Vanessa Guillén, who had been missing since April, was killed and dismembered by a fellow soldier who took his own life last week, investigators have said.
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Ariel Winter shows off platinum blonde hair, channels ‘GoT’ character Daenerys Targaryen: 'Winter is coming'
Ariel Winter is showing off a brand new 'do. 
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Brittany Matthews reacts to Patrick Mahomes’ monster Chiefs contract
Brittany Matthews is “so proud” of boyfriend Patrick Mahomes.
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Chris Evans ran ‘Captain America’ lines to get back into his London hotel
When informed by hotel staff he couldn’t immediately be let in, he replied, “The hell I can’t. I’m a captain!”
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Biden-founded law firm, a company tied to Pelosi received PPP funds, docs show
A prominent Delaware law firm founded by Joe Biden received a Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loan for between $150,000 and $350,000, records reviewed by Fox News show.
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2020 Yankees schedule with dates: What to watch for in 60-game slate
If the Yankees need a strong finish to win the AL East or earn a wild-card spot, the schedule will likely cooperate since 20 of the final 23 games are against the Orioles, Blue Jays and Marlins. Full New York Yankees 2020 schedule July 23-26: at Washington Nationals (3 games) July 27-28: at Philadelphia Phillies...
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How a Kansas City liquor store manager broke news of Patrick Mahomes' record-setting contract
Less than two hours later, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs had agreed to terms on a 10-year extension.        
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Angels open regular season on road against Athletics, play the Dodgers six times
The Angels host the Astros for a four-game series beginning July 31 during a 60-game schedule that includes a season-ending three-game series at Dodger Stadium.
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WNBA players will wear uniforms that honor the women and girls lost to police brutality and racial violence
This season's WNBA players hope that before you chant their names, you'll remember the victims of police and racial violence too.
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Reports: Pedro Munhoz tests positive for COVID-19, out of UFC 'Fight Island' bout vs. Frankie Edgar
The coronavirus has scrapped another bout on "Fight Island," and it's a big one.       Related StoriesMMA Junkie Radio #3067: Jorge Masvidal's big step up, Khabib's father, moreJorge Masvidal passes COVID-19 test; UFC makes Kamaru Usman title fight officialUFC 251 video: Experience every Jose Aldo UFC/WEC finish in this sick sizzle-reel 
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Trump rejects Hispanic Caucus plea to disinvite Mexico’s president
President Trump on Monday rejected a request from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus that he cancel his meeting  Wednesday with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. Trump denied the request in a handwritten message scrawled on top of a press release from Democratic caucus members. “CHC – Thank you for your very nice letter. He is...
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14-year-old boy critically injured in Queens shooting
A 14-year-old boy was shot and critically injured on a Queens street Monday evening, police sources said. The teen was struck by several bullets, including one to the neck, at about 5 p.m. near 166th Street and Marsden Street in Jamaica, police said. Police sources said two suspects fired multiple rounds at the victim. The...
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3 dead, officer injured in Florida shooting over neighborhood dispute involving a 'dangerous' dog
The assistant chief of the Port St. Lucie Police Department said Monday's incident appeared to stem from a dispute over a "dangerous" dog.        
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Mayor de Blasio, do something about the deaths in our streets
Thirty years ago, The Post called on Mayor David Dinkins to do something about soaring violent crime. He did. How about you, Mayor de Blasio? Today’s crime numbers are nothing like as bad as back on Sept. 7, 1990, but the direction is the same. And New Yorkers learned in the years that followed that...
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An obscene assault on Frederick Douglass
Even after toppling monuments to George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, the statue-smashers managed to reach a new height of insanity: Upstate vandals destroyed a statue of Frederick Douglass on the 168th anniversary of his best-known anti-slavery speech. Maybe that was the point: Douglass’ speech extolled the promise of America outlined in the Declaration of Independence,...
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From ‘Black Lives Matter’ to ‘blame blacks’: Samantha Shader shows her true colors
What a fickle supporter of Black Lives Matter she turns out to be: Samantha Shader is now blaming a trio of African Americans for her decision to toss a Molotov cocktail at an NYPD van full of cops at the height of the recent riots. Shader, 27, was caught on videotape throwing the weapon. But...
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How the ‘defundNYPD’ budget puts children at risk
It’s not just a sad concession to the “DefundtheNYPD” extremists — it also risks the safety of the city’s public-school children. Congrats, Mr. Mayor and Mr. Speaker. We’re talking, of course, about the shift of school-safety oversight from the Police Department to the Department of Education, reversing the shift from 20 years ago. As Susan...
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UFC 251 'Embedded,' No. 1: Kamaru Usman, Jorge Masvidal narrowly miss each other
UFC 251 takes place Saturday, and the promotion’s popular "Embedded" series returns to get you ready for fight night.       Related StoriesJorge Masvidal passes COVID-19 test; UFC makes Kamaru Usman title fight officialUFC 251 video: Experience every Jose Aldo UFC/WEC finish in this sick sizzle-reel 
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Qualified immunity is at the forefront of the debate on policing
Jones, a 50-year-old homeless black man diagnosed with schizophrenia, had violated an ordinance in Martinsburg, West Virginia, that requires all pedestrians to use the sidewalk.
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SoHo House, Whitney Museum among ritzy recipients of PPP loans
Boutique fashion lines and high-end hotels were among the hundreds of thousands of businesses receiving money from the Trump administration’s high-profile $660 billion pandemic aid program. Among the recipients included on the list released by the Trump administration on Monday was Kanye West’s Yeezy apparel brand, which received as much as $5 million from the...
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7/6: Red and Blue
White House defending Pres. Trump's comments on COVID19; Congress takes recess as states wait for relief.
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Supreme Court rules states can punish "faithless electors"
CBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle joined "Red and Blue" to break down the Supreme Court's ruling. which allows states to enforce requirements that members of the Electoral College support their party's presidential nominee.
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What it’s going to take to reverse New York City’s crime spike
You say you didn’t like stop-and-frisk? Well, how do you like duck-and-cover? Stop-and-frisk was a front-line NYPD safe-streets policy for two decades. So was broken-windows policing. As were the flying squads of anti-crime cops. They’re all gone now. Perhaps you think New York is better off without them? If so, you’re complicit in the calamity...
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American Student Released After 486 Days in Egyptian Prison
Mohamed Amashah, 24, had been held on charges of “misusing social media” and “aiding a terrorist group”
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NCAA will ask Supreme Court to take case about benefits that college athletes can receive
The case originally was brought on behalf of plaintiffs led by former West Virginia football player Shawne Alston.       
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Here’s Why ‘Hamilton’s Cast Can’t Win Oscars or Emmys
They'll still have 11 Tonys, a Grammy, and the Pulitzer Prize.
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White House defends Trump for saying 99% of coronavirus cases are “totally harmless”
The White House is defending President Trump after he said the vast majority of coronavirus cases are “totally harmless.” CBS News correspondent Nikole Killion and Boston Globe deputy Washington bureau chief Liz Goodwin join “Red and Blue” to discuss the administration's coronavirus response, President Trump’s messaging, the economy and where the 2020 presidential race stands now.
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Stars remember Broadway actor Nick Cordero: "What a light"
"I have honestly never known a kinder person. But Covid doesn't care about the purity of your soul, or the goodness in your heart," wrote actor Zach Braff.
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Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves slams 'liberal media' for ignoring protests amid coronavirus spikes
Oklahoma Gov. Tate Reeves blasted the "liberal media" over its coverage of the recent spikes in coronavirus cases and how it, as he suggests, ignores the ongoing protests following the death of George Floyd as a potential cause of the recent spread of the disease. 
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Georgia governor declares state of emergency and calls up National Guard
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Monday declared a state of emergency and activated as many as 1,000 National Guard members.
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Design changes
New 2021 Ford GT
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Spencer Cox wins Republican primary in Utah governor's race
Cox captured a narrow lead with 36.4 percent of the vote over Huntsman’s 34.6 percent, The Associated Press reports
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Axelrod: Trump starts a dumpster fire to deflect
The White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany refused to denounce the Confederate flag during a press briefing after President Donald Trump bemoaned NASCAR's recent decision to ban it from all races and events. CNN's David Axelrod analyzes Trump's strategy of stoking racial divide in the nation to gain re-election.
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