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MLS forces coronavirus-stricken FC Dallas to back out of tournament
An MLS team ravaged by the coronavirus was forced to withdraw from the professional soccer league’s return-to-play tournament Monday in what was believed to be an unprecedented move. FC Dallas will not participate in the “MLS is Back” tournament — scheduled to begin Wednesday — after 13 players and one coach tested positive for the...
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WNBA dedicates 2020 season to social justice, announces creation of Social Justice Council
The WNBA hopes its newly created initiative is "a driving force of necessary and continuing conversations" about race, voting rights and other issues.
The Washington Football Team Should Move
Their racist mascot is easier to shed if they relocate.
Broadway star Nick Cordero dies from COVID-19 after 95 days in hospital
Broadway actor Nick Cordero has died at the age of 41 after a monthslong battle with the coronavirus. Cordero was on a ventilator and had his leg amputated while he was hospitalized. Meg Oliver reports.
Yankees-Nationals, Giants-Dodgers to open coronavirus-abbreviated 2020 MLB season
MLB announced its season schedule Monday, making official a 60-game season that will begin July 23. Here's a look at how it will unfold.
Texas woman gives birth to triplets after coronavirus diagnosis
A new mom in Texas is sharing the story of her remarkable birth of triplets following her positive COVID-19 diagnosis. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Opinion: Here's hoping MLB is successful in playing out its ambitious 2020 schedule
The 2020 season is scheduled to begin July 23, with most teams playing 60 games in 66 days, assuming COVID-19 issues don't stop play.
Why Athletes Are Opting Out of the Sports World’s Coronavirus Bubbles
What athletes' choices reveal about the sports world's class system.
Military deploying medical personnel as Texas sees spike in coronavirus patients
The US military announced Monday it is sending approximately 50 medical and support personnel to the San Antonio area at the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, a sign of potential concern that civilian medical personnel could be overwhelmed by the rise in coronavirus cases in Texas.
Mahomes historic deal only means great things for Dak Prescott, Deshaun Watson
What I'm Hearing: Mike Jones details the historic numbers from Patrick Mahomes half a billion dollar deal with the Chiefs and what it means for the QB market going forward.
Florida man fatally shoots 13-year-old girl in dispute over his dog
A Florida man allegedly gunned down two people — including a 13-year-old girl — over a quarrel about his dog, police said Monday. Port St. Lucie Police said a girl called 911 at around 12:20 p.m. to say there was a man in her home who she thought had shot her parents after he received...
Jessica Simpson celebrates 6-year wedding anniversary with Eric Johnson: 'My perfect soulmate'
Jessica Simpson is celebrating six years of marriage bliss.
Amy Cooper charged after calling police on Black bird watcher
Amy Cooper, the White woman who called the police on a Black man who asked her to leash her dog in New York's Central Park, is being prosecuted for falsely reporting the incident. Errol Barnett reports.
Appreciation: 'A Fistful of Dollars' to 'The Untouchables': Ennio Morricone made music a movie star
Ennio Morricone's collaborations with Sergio Leone, Brian De Palma, Quentin Tarantino and others made him one of the world's most acclaimed film composers.
'Go back to China,' Asian-American kids targeted due to virus
More than 800 cases of anti-Asian hate incidents have been reported in California. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
2020 Mets 60-game schedule with dates: What to watch for
The Mets will receive plenty of early national TV exposure as part of their 2020 schedule, which was released Monday. As first reported by The Post last weekend, the Mets will open at home against the Braves on July 24. That game at Citi Field will begin at 4:10 p.m. as part of ESPN’s coverage....
2020 MLB schedule: The 10 matchups, games and series we want to watch most
Starting with a clash of aces in Washington and going to the final weekend of the regular season, we've highlighted the best games on the 2020 MLB schedule.
Supreme Court Rules States May Curb 'Faithless Electors' in Electoral College
The court said states may require members of the Electoral College to vote for the presidential candidates they had promised to support.
Germany torn over launching study of racial profiling by police
Top security and justice officials in Germany are torn over calls by human rights activists to study the use of racial profiling by police.
Nancy Pelosi’s husband among lawmaker-linked PPP loan recipients
A firm co-owned by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband was among the many lawmaker-linked businesses that got Paycheck Protection Program loans, according to data released Monday. Companies owned by or associated with Reps. Mike Kelly (R-Pa), Kevin Hern (R-Okla.), Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) and Rick Allen (R-Ga.) also received the coronavirus loans. Businesses linked to Reps....
Jay Williams, Max Kellerman emerge as key pieces to ESPN Radio makeover
As ESPN Radio closes in on its reinvented national lineup, basketball analyst Jay Williams and SportsCenter host Zubin Mehenti are the leading candidates to join Keyshawn Johnson on the network’s new morning show, while Max Kellerman could land in the afternoons, The Post has learned. ESPN is replacing “Golic & Wingo” in the mornings with...
Teary Amanda Kloots sings 'Live Your Life' with fans one last time after Nick Cordero dies
Amanda Kloots sang husband Nick Cordero's song "Live Your Life" with fans one last time after he died from coronavirus complications at 41 Sunday.
Miami shuts down indoor dining and gyms as virus cases rise
Since Florida began reopening, the Miami-Dade County's daily rate for confirmed COVID-19 cases skyrocketed from about 300 a day to more than 2,000.
Christopher Meloni on returning to the ‘Law & Order’ universe
Will Stabler and Benson reunite?
New virus cases rising in 40 states as U.S. death toll surpasses 130,000
Florida reported more than 200,000 coronavirus cases within two weeks as the average age of new infections in the Sunshine State has dropped to 21. David Begnaud has the latest.
239 scientists warn World Health Organization of airborne transmission risks
A group of scientists have sounded the alarm, telling the World Health Organization that there is increasing evidence the coronavirus can stay in the air longer and be more harmful indoors than previously thought. Dr. Jon LaPook takes a look.
New Yorkers flock to tattoo parlors, tanning salons amid Phase 3 reopening
Tat’s wild! Business was booming at city tattoo and piercing parlors from Park Slope to the Lower East Side on Monday, the first day of the Big Apple’s Phase 3 of reopening. “It’s insane,’’ said Matthew Mayfield, a 32-year-old piercer at The End is Near in Brooklyn. “We are completely booked for today and tomorrow....
Mayor warns Houston hospitals could be overwhelmed in 2 weeks
Hospitals in Houston are running low on ICU beds as the projected COVID-19 peak is still weeks away. Texas recorded 3,449 new coronavirus cases Monday. Janet Shamlian reports.
Coronavirus immunity can be 'short-lived,' expert warns
A British immunologist warned Monday that immunity to the coronavirus could be " rather short-lived" and individuals shouldn't rely on that alone to cope with the infectious disease.
Doctors push back against racial discrimination in the health care system
The coronavirus pandemic is just the latest example of how people of color often fare worse in the American health care system. A growing number of medical students and doctors are pushing to change that. Dr. Cameron Webb, an internal medicine physician and a Democratic candidate for Congress in Virginia, joined CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
Adidas is having a massive sitewide sale on its best-selling apparel and sneakers
Shoppers can take advantage of this Adidas promo code to save 25% on the brand's best-selling apparel and sneakers—find out more.
Atlanta mayor says she tested positive for coronavirus
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, a top candidate to be presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's running mate, posted a tweet saying she tested positive for Covid-19.
Men hang sign in tourist destination telling tourists to 'turn around and f--- off'
This county really doesn’t want tourists to show up.
Amanda Kloots shares moving message after husband Nick Cordero’s death
“How do you get through the hardest time in your life? Family,” Kloots wrote in the Instagram caption.
Fauci characterizes America's situation as 'really not good'
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, said Monday the status of the coronavirus pandemic in the US is "really not good" as new cases surge across the country.
Fauci says US coronavirus situation is 'really not good' as new cases surge
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, said Monday the status of the coronavirus pandemic in the US is "really not good" as new cases surge across the country.
Fauci: US still 'knee-deep' in first wave of coronavirus
During a conversation with National Institutes of Health director Francis Collins, Dr. Anthony Fauci said we are still "knee-deep" in the first wave of the coronavirus outbreak in the US and the current state is "really not good."
European Green Parties Are Racking Up Wins, and Taking Over the Center-Left
Green is the new red.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, July 6, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Tests Positive for COVID-19
Bottoms said she's had no symptoms in a tweet on Monday
Fact check: Exaggerating again, Trump claims four non-record economic figures are records
President Donald Trump loves to announce new records. Even when they are not actual records.
The Black Lives Matter Foundation must stop soliciting donations in New York, AG says
The Black Lives Matter Foundation must stop soliciting donations from New Yorkers, who think the organization is affiliated with the Black Lives Matter movement, the state attorney general said Monday. The California-based foundation isn’t registered as a charitable organization in New York, making it illegal for it to collect contributions in the state, according to...
CNN mocked for report on everyday phrases with 'racist connotations' like 'master bedroom,' 'blacklist,' 'peanut gallery'
A report from CNN was ridiculed on Monday for laying out everyday phrases the liberal network suggests have "racist connotations."
Woman found fatally shot in College Park hotel room
A roundup of news from across the region.
Jim Carrey faces death, family pain and a bloodthirsty Gwyneth Paltrow in apocalyptic novel
Jim Carrey opened up about his novel "Memoirs and Misinformation," including his bloodthirsty depiction of Gwyneth Paltrow and the end of the world.
This girl's reaction to Phillipa Soo in 'Hamilton' shows why representation matters
A video of a little girl declaring, "It's me!" while watching Phillipa Soo in "Hamilton" is melting hearts and sparking conversations about representation.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says she tested positive for coronavirus
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Monday she tested positive for COVID-19.
Can probiotics help with depression? New research suggests a link
A new review of preliminary medical literature has suggested that probiotics -- foods or supplements containing microbes thought to exert a positive influence on our gut -- could help ease depression.