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One police officer dead, two injured in Alabama trailer park shooting

The officers in the city of Auburn responded to reports of a domestic disturbance shortly before midnight, officials said.
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‘Color-blind’ France avoids gauging coronavirus impact on ethnic minorities
PARIS – Back at the start of France’s COVID-19 crisis in February, epidemiologist Cyrille Delpierre encountered a problem when trying to find out what groups of people were falling sick. While other nations had data showing a worryingly disproportionate infection rate among ethnic minorities, France had no such information due to a long-standing taboo on...
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NYPD Chief Terence Monahan: ‘A lot of gang activity’ is fueling NYC shooting spike
The highest-ranking uniformed member of the NYPD also said that the department would “have to adapt” to the disbanding of its anti-crime unit last month.
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Padma Lakshmi eats over 7,000 calories a day while filming ‘Top Chef’
"Those chefs are cooking to win, so they’re putting in as much lard and butter and salt as they can," she said.
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Man donates kidney to father after pandemic delays surgery
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Teenagers reel In 700-pound tuna after 7-hour fight
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Teen invents safety pouch for police traffic stops
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Student given valuable piano after playing for patrons
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Raising money for K-9 vests is this boy's bliss
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Teen girl shot, killed inside home, deputies say
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Parents get creative w/child care during pandemic
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Univ.'s policy to scrub buildings of racist links
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Man shot to death behind restaurant, woman arrested
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Nursing home visits resume, with no hugs
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Police, community come together to honor late K-9
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Nurse paints nursing homes windows to spread cheer
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Musician recounts attack, shooting caught on camera
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Dip in student aid filings signals trouble
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IL now divided into 11 regions for COVID-19 response
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Explosion at pant in NW Indiana, No injuries reported
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Flooding causes evacuation of Roanoke neighborhoods
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Multiple suspects, teen charged in beating incident
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Bryson DeChambeau is now bombing 423-yard drives
Bryson DeChambeau somehow got stronger in his week away from the course. To kick off his opening round of the Memorial at Muirfield Village on Thursday — following his victory at the Rocket Mortgage Classic two weeks prior — DeChambeau’s tee shot on the 10th hole (he started on the back 9) went for 353...
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Unseating the Dodgers from atop the NL West would take strength opponents lack
The Dodgers are heavy favorites to win their eighth consecutive National League West Division title in large part because the competition is ho-hum.
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Will There Be a Third ‘Psych’ Movie?
"Gus, don't be a myopic chihuahua."
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Researchers suggest cannabis should be studied as possible treatment for COVID-19
Experts from the University of Nebraska and the Texas Biomedical Research Institute are recommending scientists study the potential use of cannabis-derived CBD in anti-viral therapies, due to its known anti-inflammatory properties Forbes contributor Emily Earlenbaugh joins CBSN's Lana Zak with the details.
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Biden uses Twitter hack in fundraising pitch
Joe Biden capitalized off a Wednesday afternoon Twitter hack to ask for donations to his campaign. 
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Mosquito testing hampered by pandemic response
Health departments and other public agencies tasked with protecting the nation from disease-carrying mosquitoes are overstretched amid the coronavirus pandemic — even as the nation is told it's safest to be outside. (July 16)       
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Opinion: Jeff Sessions did the right thing in the Russia probe, and it probably cost him his political career
Sessions lost a primary for his old Senate seat after a spiteful President Trump opposed him.
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Facebook users root for Virginia singles who met during 'stranger session' photo shoot
If a picture tells a thousand words, will these reveal a love story?
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US executes second man in a week
The United States carried out its second federal execution in three days, killing by lethal injection a man whose lawyers contended he had dementia. Wesley Ira Purkey died Thursday at an Indiana prison for kidnapping and killing a Missouri girl. (July 16)       
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‘Easy Does It’ review: Linda Hamilton plays a king with cornrows
The new heist movie “Easy Does It” goes nowhere and overcompensates with wackiness like a supposed-to-be-funny.
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Sen. Lindsey Graham calls to stop China’s ‘domination’ of PPE market
“China has laid the groundwork required to dominate the PPE market as part of their effort to maintain a grip on the global public health industrial supply chains,” wrote Graham.
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Alex Trebek Shares Update on Cancer Battle: “I’m Feeling Great”
Trebek, who was diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer in 2019, assures fans his treatment is "paying off."
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Another Revenue Hit For Colleges: Cancelled Summer Camps
Many colleges, even the elite schools, rely on summer camps for additional revenue during the summer. This year the cancellation of those camps due to the pandemic is costing them millions.
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Massive waves in Australia draw surfers as beachgoers are sent running
Talk about a wall of water. A storm system off the eastern coast of Australia churned up massive swells on Wednesday, as Sydney’s coastline was battered with large waves that surfers tried to take advantage of. Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology issued a hazardous surf warning for New South Wales state through Thursday due to the...
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Sweden's lax COVID policy hasn't worked
The Scandinavian nation now has a higher mortality rate from the coronavirus than the U.S., per capita, and one expert tells CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer that the government's lax approach could fuel a deadly surge of new infections in the autumn.
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100 things we watched, read and listened to during quarantine
Here are the books, movies, TV shows, albums and podcasts that kept the USA TODAY entertainment staff busy during quarantine.        
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‘RHONJ’ star Dolores Catania reveals new body after undergoing a tummy tuck
She will be looking better than ever when "RHONJ" returns.
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Trump’s lawyers and Manhattan DA Cy Vance continue tax return showdown
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. was awarded a minor win last week when the Supreme Court ruled in his favor and declared the president was not immune from state criminal investigations.
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Ex-Washington player Josh Norman tweets cryptic message about team's 'dark' past amid bombshell report rumors
As speculation about a bombshell report that could cause further problems for the embattled Washington NFL franchise continued to grow on Thursday, former Redskins cornerback Josh Norman tweeted out his own cryptic message about the organization. 
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Pelosi compares Trump to 'the man who refuses to ask for directions'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Thursday pressed President Trump to move forward with a massive coronavirus response that Democrats argue is needed to reopen schools and businesses, save lives and give struggling Americans an economic lifeline. 
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Vacant NYC building partially collapses into construction site
A vacant Midtown Manhattan building partially collapsed into a neighboring construction site on Thursday morning, sending first-responders racing to the scene. The northwest corner of four-story 211 E. 34th St. came crashing down around 10:50 a.m., debris spilling into the site next door, according to the FDNY and images of the scene near Third Avenue....
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Join Nicholas Kristof on Twitter to discuss finding hope in a dark time
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Michelle Obama to host podcast on ‘relationships’
Episode topics will focus on sibling relationships, raising children, women’s health, mentorship and marriage.
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Twitter hackers appear to net $119K from Bitcoin scam
Hackers appeared to rake in nearly $119,000 worth of Bitcoin after they took over more than a dozen high-profile Twitter accounts Wednesday. One digital wallet linked to the unprecedented attack received about 12.8 Bitcoin — worth roughly $117,328 as of Thursday afternoon — after the hackers tweeted its ID number from accounts owned by Elon...
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Wilt Chamberlain's Bel-Air mansion returns to market at $14.9 million
A dramatic Bel-Air mansion built for NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain is asking $14.9 million, down around $4 million from its original price.
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NC superintendent on reopening schools: Educators are going to be ready for kids 'in any capacity'
North Carolina schools are "going to do the best [they] can" to reopen come fall amid the coronavirus pandemic, Beaufort County Superintendent Matthew Cheeseman assured Thursday.
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Ezekiel Elliott mysteriously fumes over ‘respect’ after Dak Prescott’s failed deal
The wrong Dallas Cowboy is angry Thursday morning. A day after Dak Prescott did not get his big-money extension from the Cowboys, running back Ezekiel Elliott furiously took to Twitter to express his mysterious feelings of disrespect. “There are a lot of great backs in this league but I don’t understand why the media has...
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