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....
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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 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.
The problem with Trump's pandemic-era events
Cases of Covid-19 are climbing both nationally and within President Donald Trump's team.
‘Clock is ticking’ for Prince Andrew to speak with feds about Jeffrey Epstein: Gloria Allred
Attorney Gloria Allred said at a press conference Monday that Britain’s Prince Andrew should speak with federal prosecutors in New York before Ghislaine Maxwell does — and warned that the “clock is ticking” for him to do so. Allred spoke in Los Angeles after federal authorities last week arrested Maxwell for allegedly procuring girls who...
Dodgers open 2020 season against Giants before facing Astros on the road
The Dodgers will open the 2020 season at home with a four-games series against the San Francisco Giants before playing the Houston Astros on the road.
Trump Calls For NASCAR Driver Bubba Wallace To Apologize Over Noose 'Hoax'
The president followed up a pair of divisive speeches over the holiday weekend by castigating the racing body for banning the Confederate flag and said Wallace should apologize to his fellow drivers.
Trolls pose as Brooklyn Beep Eric Adams, report parking abuse to 311
Someone is trolling Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams by posing as him while calling in 311 reports for illegally parked cars. A 311 report obtained by the Post shows that an “Eric Adams” using the same cell phone number as the 2021 city mayoral candidate filed a complaint on Sunday at 2:47 p.m. against an...
Did Jimmy Die on ‘Yellowstone’ Season 3, Episode 3? Find Out His Fate
After Jimmy suffered a horrible accident on last night's episode, many fans are questioning if they'll see him again.
Allen West blasts 'ignorant' protesters who vandalized Frederick Douglass statue
Retired Lt. Col. Allen West, a former Florida Republican congressman, slammed left-wing protesters for their latest incident of public vandalism in which a Rochester, N.Y. statue of African-American abolitionist Frederick Douglass was broken from its pedestal and dragged toward the cusp of a gorge.
Comedian Rickey Smiley reveals teen daughter was shot three times in Houston, she suffers nerve damage
Rickey Smiley said his daughter Aaryn, 19, was shot three times over the July 4 weekend in Houston. She spoke from recovery in the hospital.
Amy Cooper Charged After Calling Police on Black Bird Watcher in Central Park
NEW YORK (AP) — A white woman walking her dog who called the police during a videotaped dispute with a Black man in Central Park was charged Monday with filing a false report.
Nick Cordero's wife, Amanda Kloots, shares moving message about family after actor's death: ‘Love one another’
Nick Cordero's wife, Amanda Kloots, is reflecting on family time while mourning the loss of her husband.
NHL, players agree to CBA extension
The NHL finalized the necessary details for finishing this season Sunday night and followed that up Monday by agreeing on a path forward for the next six years. Now it’s up to the players and board of governors to make it official. After agreeing on the protocols for Phase 3 (training camp) and Phase 4...
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms tests positive for coronavirus
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms revealed Monday that she has contracted the coronavirus, as Georgia and other southern states that reopened their economies early see a starling spike in cases. “COVID-19 has literally hit home. I have had NO symptoms and have tested positive,” Bottoms tweeted Monday afternoon. Georgia’s Department of Health reported Monday that...
Gutfeld on the bloody 4th
Violence rocks major U.S. cities over July Fourth weekend.
NHL, NHLPA reach tentative agreement on return-to-play plan and CBA extension
The NHL and NHLPA have reached a tentative agreement on a return-to-play plan and a four-year collective bargaining agreement extension.
Jimmy John's fires all employees involved in 'dough noose' video
Jimmy John's fired all employees involved in a now viral video showing employees playing with a noose made out of dough at a Georgia location.
13-year-old girl killed in violent carjacking of family van in Pico Rivera
The teen was one of four children inside the vehicle when a man jumped in and sped off.
Virus, Confederate Flag, Amy Cooper: Your Monday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Hayward: Chinese Media Calls Fourth of July ‘Dark’ and ‘Confusing’
China’s state-run Global Times decided to phone its Fourth of July editorial in by cut-and-pasting a few insults tossed at President Donald Trump’s Mount Rushmore address by American media outlets.
Mississippi Republican senator: 'We don't want to celebrate' Confederate flag
The senior GOP US senator from Mississippi said Monday that the decision by his state to change its "divisive" flag with the Confederate emblem was long overdue, while praising the decision by NASCAR to ban the battle flag of the southern secessionists at its events was "absolutely the right thing to do."
More than 580,000 California companies got PPP loans. Here's what we know
More than 87,000 California businesses received PPP loans in the last 3 months, leaving few parts of the economy untouched.
When California Transferred COVID-19 Patients to My Prison
Inside San Quentin, we’re just waiting for the virus to find us.
After outlets criticize Biden ad for not mentioning PPP loans, one small business bears the brunt of online harassment
A campaign ad for former Vice President Joe Biden featuring a small business owner has come under attack by the Trump campaign and conservative outlets and personalities for its alleged dishonesty.
Portland police union boss blasts rioters, elected officials for 'demonizing' cops
The President of the Portland Police Association on Monday took both rioters and elected officials to task for “demonizing” officers who are on the front lines.
Change Confederate military base names to honor those who fought for America
Donald Trump opposes renaming bases honoring Confederate generals, but the United States shouldn't glorify those who took up arms against it: Our view
New York Times Publishes Radical Economic Manifesto Calling for Reparations
The New York Times devoted its entire "Sunday Review" section this weekend to an economic manifesto that lays out a radical left-wing vision for redesigning the American economy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Atlanta mayor tests positive for Covid-19
Christopher Buckley’s ‘Make Russia Great Again’ is the Trump satire we’ve been waiting for
Many fiction writers have tried and failed to find comedy in the current administration. Finally, we have something to laugh about.
Athletes, coaches and broadcasters are Changing the Game, and that's good for all women
New podcast from USA TODAY Sports looks at how female athletes, coaches and broadcasters have changed the way society views women
Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes reacts to historic NFL contract
Patrick Mahomes has at least 450 million reasons to be pretty hyped right now. On the heels of agreeing to the richest contract in sports history, the Super Bowl-winning QB took a quick social media victory lap. “Here to stay!” he tweeted on Monday, along with a video of career highlights, from draft day to...
US and Brazil lead in Covid cases as leaders downplay the virus
In the age of Covid-19, President Donald Trump and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro are two of a kind. CNN's Bill Weir reports on how the US and Brazil lead the world in the number of cases while their leaders downplay coronavirus.
Nick Cordero had no underlying conditions before dying of coronavirus complications
After a brave three-month fight, beloved Broadway actor Nick Cordero died of complications from the coronavirus on Sunday. The recent father, 41, reportedly had no underlying conditions and his health struggles lasted long after he repeatedly tested negative for the virus. The timeline of his decline is a tragic reminder that even young, healthy people...