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Feds to execute 1st inmate in 17 years for Arkansas murders
The federal government is planning to carry out the first federal execution in nearly two decades, over the objection of the family of the victims and after a volley of legal proceedings over the coronavirus pandemic
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‘sMothered’ recap: Mom gets plastic surgery with daughter to bond
“Having plastic surgery together can build a whole world of ways of spending time together.”
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Florida's virus record exemplifies growing disaster of early state openings
Florida's staggering new single-day US state record of coronavirus cases underscores how the aggressive opening strategy championed by President Donald Trump and allied governors is turning into one of the worst political and economic calls in modern history.
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35 years later, Queen's Live Aid show is still one of the greatest concerts ever
For six songs and 22 euphoric minutes, Queen's Freddie Mercury made rock history at Live Aid, a benefit concert held 35 years ago on July 13, 1985.       
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Miss Manners: Quarantine or not, here’s how to get guests to leave
No excuse needed to politely signal that the party is over.
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Hints From Heloise: How to wear your mask
For your sake and others’, don’t leave your nose uncovered.
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Ask Amy: Friendship for three leads to awkward triangle
Reader brought two friends together. The new besties exclude the original friend.
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Carolyn Hax: My kids aren’t invited to a wedding. Do I say something?
A cousin who’s more like a brother left the kids off the guest list.
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July 12 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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Melky Cabrera embracing Mets opportunity long after Yankees triumph
A decade later, Melky Cabrera is back in New York City — under wildly different circumstances. He’s 35, fighting for a job amid a global pandemic, hoping to prove to the Mets he warrants a spot on their 30-man roster. It’s far different than when he was here last, as a major part of the...
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FNC's Hilton: Either Reopen Schools This Fall 'or Give Me My Money Back'
Sunday, Steve Hilton, host of Fox News Channel's "The Next Revolution," sounded off on the impact of schools remaining closed in the fall amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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600,000 vote in Hong Kong opposition primary despite fears of new security law
Braving scorching conditions, a new wave of coronavirus infections and government warnings they could be breaking the law, hundreds of thousands of Hong Kongers took part in a primary election for the city's democratic opposition over the weekend.
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Lakers learning life in the NBA bubble isn't just Cancun Coladas and pool parties
The NBA is trying to make things a bit fun for players Orlando, but some are getting a quick lesson on how different life in the bubble can be.
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'Our hearts are broken': Pregnant YouTube star Nicole Thea dies at 24, family says
Pregnant YouTube star Nicole Thea has died at 24, her family stated on her Instagram page, writing, "We are struggling to cope."        
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600,000 vote in Hong Kong opposition primary despite fears of new security law
Braving scorching conditions, a new wave of coronavirus infections and government warnings they could be breaking the law, hundreds of thousands of Hong Kongers took part in a primary election for the city's democratic opposition over the weekend.
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Kaine 'Distressed' by Trump Admin Handling Schools Returning in Fall -- 'Trump Has Preached Quack Medicine'
Sunday, Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) addressed President Donald Trump and his administration's approach to reopening schools in the fall amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Pennsylvania police investigating after 'disturbing' video shows officer kneeling on man's neck in Allentown
Video of the incident in Pennsylvania shows two officers restraining a man on the ground while a third officer appears to put a knee on his neck.       
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‘Super-human beast’ Pat Perez driving force in coronavirus aid effort
Pat Perez is 44, has played on the PGA Tour since 2002, won three times and accumulated $26.7 million in career earnings on the golf course. Along the way, he’s also made some noise as one of the most outspoken players in the game with his carefree demeanor, occasional quick temper and his look —...
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New York should prosecute Roger Stone
Gerald B. Lefcourt and Robert C. Gottlieb write that Roger Stone's commuted prison sentence comes as no surprise. While President Trump may be ready to disregard the rule of law, the state of New York should step in and prosecute
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Elvis Presley’s Grandson Benjamin Keough Dies at Age 27, Agent Says
Lisa Marie Presley’s representative said that she was “heartbroken” after learning about the death of her son Benjamin Keough
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Two boys, ages 12 and 15, wounded in separate NYC shootings
Two young boys were wounded in separate shootings in the city Sunday night, including a 12-year-old boy who was shot in Brooklyn, police sources said. The victim was standing outside on Prospect Place near Ralph Avenue in Crown Heights when he was shot in the right leg at about 9:10 p.m., sources said. The boy,...
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How Nets are dealing with nearly unrecognizable roster
Everybody in the NBA bubble is dealing with coronavirus fears, ever-changing practice sites and times. But from trying to cobble together a roster to having to switch up their system on the fly, for the Nets, the rest of this season is all about handling adversity and staying flexible. Being able to bend without breaking...
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Mike Lee: America has 'deviated dangerously' from country's core values
Over the past 80 years, the country has "deviated dangerously" from what was once an obvious distinction between federal and state power, Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah said.
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298 Counts of Murder, The Monuments, West Side Story
Still no justice for MH17 as reconstructed plane shows shrapnel damage from warhead; Then, the history and future of Confederate monuments; And, "West Side Story": The new take on a Broadway classic.
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New York City marks first day without coronavirus death since March
New York City just reached its first day in nearly four months without a single coronavirus death, according to preliminary numbers released Sunday. The data from the New York City health department released Sunday recorded no COVID-19 fatalities on Saturday — the first time since March 13 that no deaths of the virus were reported...
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Don, Jr. on Biden: 'This Guy Is the Epitome of the Swamp'
In an interview with this week's "Sunday Morning Futures" on Fox News Channel, Donald Trump, Jr., son of President Donald Trump, slammed his father's presumptive Democrat general election opponent former Vice President Joe Biden.
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NHL restart will be wild ride of uncertainty
Let’s be honest. We don’t know whether this is going to work. We have no idea whether the NHL’s Stanley Cup tournament scheduled to run from Aug. 1 into early October (if necessary) will come to fruition. We cannot even guarantee that the 24 NHL clubs invited to the 2020 Cotillion Ball will make it...
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‘Stiff’ Aaron Judge misses another Yankees simulated game
While Aaron Judge was held out of the Yankees’ simulated game for a second straight day with a stiff neck, Giancarlo Stanton said he’s making progress with his calf and feels good at the plate. According to manager Aaron Boone, Judge got more treatment Sunday and was “still a little stiff.” “It’s just something we...
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Gilbert Burns, Leon Edwards get heated in push for next title shot after UFC 251
The top two candidates for the next welterweight title shot – Gilbert Burns and Leon Edwards – made their cases to fight Kamaru Usman.        Related Stories5 biggest takeaways from UFC 251: Usman's approach, Holloway's heartbreak, Yan's potentialChan Sung Jung labels Alexander Volkanovski a 'shameful' champion after UFC 251 defenseJose Aldo vows to 'come back much stronger' after TKO loss to Petr Yan at UFC 251 
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Pro-cop demonstrators clash with Black Lives Matter protesters in Brooklyn
Pro-cop demonstrators faced off against Black Lives Matter protesters in southern Brooklyn for the second day in a row Sunday evening in a tense clash where protesters torched an American flag and tossed eggs at each other. Scuffles between the two groups broke out in Bay Ridge as NYPD officers were forced to step in and...
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Mets’ Marcus Stroman feeling ‘equipped’ for high-stakes season
Marcus Stroman sounded downright excited about the high-stakes months in his baseball career to come. Even giddy. A lot is riding on his right arm. He’s being counted on to be a force in the Mets starting rotation. He’ll become a free agent for the first time after the season. Pressure? He smiled at the...
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Mary Trump is releasing a book. Michael Cohen is finishing a book. Both are being restricted
A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here.
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Mary Trump is releasing a book. Michael Cohen is finishing a book. Both are being restricted
A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter.
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Hilton calls for education tax refund if schools don't reopen: 'Why should you pay for service you are not getting?'
"The Next Revolution" host Steve Hilton suggested on his show Sunday that parents should receive education tax dollar refunds if schools stay shuttered in the fall.
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Coronavirus: Compliance with social distancing during early stages linked to working memory, study finds
A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences claims compliance in America with social distancing during the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic is linked to working memory.
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Sen. Josh Hawley against ESPN suspending Adrian Wojnarowski
Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) may have been the one to out ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski for sending him a profane email, but he apparently didn’t want the NBA insider get suspended over it. “@espn don’t suspend a reporter, ask tough question of @NBA about their pro-#China, anti-America bias. Star reporting for goodness sake,” Hawley wrote on...
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Washington NFL team to announce retirement of 'Redskins' nickname, reveal new name Monday
Washington owner Daniel Snyder plans to announce the retirement of the "Redskins" nickname and reveal a new team name Monday.        
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Washington Redskins expected to retire nickname on Monday: report
The Washington Redskins will retire the team's nickname on Monday, according to a report.
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Washington Redskins to retire nickname many consider racist
The Washington Redskins nickname will soon be no more. Only after facing mounting financial pressure from sponsors, the Redskins on Monday are expected to retire the nickname many consider to be racist, according to Sports Business Daily. The new nickname will not be announced yet due to a pending trademark, the report said. Native American...
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Washington Redskins fire two key scouting employees: report
The Washington Redskins have fired two key employees in their pro scouting department, according to a report.
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Benjamin Keough, Grandson of Elvis Presley, Has Died at Age 27
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Benjamin Keough, the son of Lisa Marie Presley has died. He was 27.
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Authorities building case against Bronx man who put NYPD officer in headlock
Authorities are taking their time to build an airtight case against a Bronx man allegedly caught on camera putting an NYPD cop in a headlock, upping their odds of making charges stick, sources said Sunday. A 1-minute, 38-second clip of the tense July 1 encounter in Mount Hope allegedly shows Wisnel Manzueta, 29, grabbing the...
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Appeals court paves way for first federal execution in 17 years
Family members of Daniel Lewis Lee's victims petitioned to have the execution delayed so they could attend without fear of traveling during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Court Clears Way for First Federal Execution in 17 Years to Proceed
Daniel Lewis Lee is set to be put to death after an appeals panel rejected a suit from his victims’ family members, who said the coronavirus prevented them from traveling to the execution.
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CBS Weekend News, July 11, 2020
Coronavirus cases continue to surge nationwide, pushing hospitals to capacity; Georgia boy plays trumpet as a tribute to front-line workers
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CBS Weekend News, July 12, 2020
President Trump pushes for schools to reopen as coronavirus deaths top 135,000; Zoo toy creator puts on a puppet show for his neighborhood with no strings attached.
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Liberty aren’t complaining about reportedly gross WNBA bubble
Despite reports of bed bugs, boxed lunches and mouse traps, nobody from the New York Liberty is complaining about conditions inside the bubble on the campus of IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. Unlike their NBA brethren who have complained about food and “Motel 6’’ accommodations at Disney World, the WNBA players are happy to have...
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Chef Daniel Boulud’s ‘terrance’ thrives despite limited outdoor seating
Daniel Boulud reopened his five-star eatery on the Upper East Side last week — and nobody could complain that the atmosphere was stuffy. The legendary chef was busy tending to 10 tables, generously spaced apart on the sidewalk in front of his Michelin-starred restaurant Daniel at 60 E. 65th St. in recognition of health and...
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