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Philadelphia protesters sue city over tear gas and use of force
One lawsuit accuses Philadelphia police of lobbing tear gas and firing rubber bullets at protesters indiscriminately as they marched peacefully on a city highway.
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Trump "not interested" in talking to China about trade
President Trump said China "hit us with the plague" after their previous trade deal was signed.
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One of the country's largest megachurches says it's canceling all in-person services for the rest of 2020 over coronavirus concerns
Atlanta's North Point Ministries, which counts over seven locations in and around the city, will host digital services for the rest of the year with the potential for limited in-person meetings, ministry founder and senior pastor Andy Stanley told parishioners in a video message.
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The most devastating thing about Mary Trump's portrait is her empathy for Donald Trump
President Donald Trump's "only niece," clinical psychologist Mary Trump, portrays a man warped by his family in "Too Much and Never Enough."
'Glee' star Naya Rivera dead at age 33 of accidental drowning, autopsy confirms
“Glee” actress Naya Rivera has died following an accident at Lake Piru near Los Angeles, Calif. She was 33.
Harris Faulkner reflects on Bari Weiss resignation from New York Times: 'Diversity helps us win'
Fox News host Harris Faulkner responded Tuesday to New York Times opinion columnist Bari Weiss’ scathing resignation letter, saying the paper should feel "embarrassed" after Weiss alleged "constant bullying" by colleagues in what she called an "illiberal" environment.
C.D.C. Employees Accuse Agency of ‘Toxic Culture of Racial Aggressions’
More than 1,000 employees signed a letter criticizing the agency for “scant progress in addressing the very real challenges Black employees experience.”
New film looks at LGBTQ rights, gun violence
The documentary 'Disarm Hate" follows LGBTQ activists heading to a rally in the wake of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. David Daniel has a look.
Why it's getting harder to get exact change
First it was toilet paper. Now, grocery stores are short on something else as a result of the coronavirus pandemic: coins.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Urzila Carlson: Overqualified Loser’ On Netflix, Redefining Terms Of Success Down Under
A South African native and New Zealand citizen, Carlson reassures us that we're not all the biggest losers, so long as we love ourselves, but not so much that we make sex tapes.
Trump to appoint Sebastian Gorka to the National Security Education Board
The White House announced Tuesday that President Donald Trump plans to appoint former White House adviser Sebastian Gorka to be a member of the National Security Education Board.
Waitress given $650 tip from stranger participating in Venmo Challenge
Teacher survived COVID, afraid to go back to class
'I was dying': Woman spent month in coma
Man 'beaten with chairs, ping pong equipment'
14 TSA agents test positive for COVID-19
2 inmates die after testing positive for COVID-19
Dozens of beagles rescued from NC home
Trump says ‘more white people’ are killed by police than African Americans
WASHINGTON — President Trump grew irritated in an interview Thursday when asked about the deaths of black Americans at the hands of police. “So are white people. So are white people. What a terrible question to ask,” Trump told CBS senior correspondent Catherine Herridge when she asked the president why African Americans were “still dying...
PM Update: Increasing humidity Wednesday as we make another run at 90
This evening's looking sweet. Tomorrow could be day 20 in a row of 90 degrees or greater.
Daughter blasts politicians for father's COVID-19 death in obit
"My dad was a healthy 65-year-old man who was taking cues from the Ducey administration and the Trump administration about what was safe," she told CBSN.
Masahiro Tanaka’s Yankees status unclear after scary head injury
Masahiro Tanaka’s recovery from taking a 112-mph line drive off Giancarlo Stanton’s bat on the right side of his head on July 4 is going well, according to the veteran right-hander, for which he is thankful. However, the chance of Tanaka being ready to start the fourth or fifth game of the regular season that...
Asked about police brutality against black Americans, Trump says ‘more white people’ are being killed
In an interview with CBS News, the president also said he views the flying of the Confederate flag as an issue of freedom of speech.
What the Colorado squirrel with bubonic plague means for US pet owners
Veterinarians are urging pet owners to be vigilant after a Colorado squirrel tested positive for the bubonic plague over the weekend. Bubonic plague — which killed more than 50 million people during the 14th century and came to be known as the “Black Death” — is caused by the bacteria Yersinia pestis, which lives in some...
Ban Airlines From Booking Middle Seats
The federal government could make companies protect the public during the pandemic. It doesn’t want to.
Stocks surge even as banks signal a choppy recovery ahead
US stocks finished sharply higher Tuesday even as America's leading banks warned the economic recovery from the pandemic will be choppy.
Former NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal assists stranded Florida driver
Ex-NBA star and current sports analyst Shaquille O'Neal spotted a traffic crash near Gainesville, Florida and stopped to help until deputies arrived.
One day into new mask law, one man is dead and another injured over a dispute in a Michigan store
A customer at a Quality Dairy in Eaton County, Michigan, was shot dead by police after stabbing a male customer in a dispute over not wearing a face mask, a day after a new mask law took effect.
Biden unveils $2 trillion plan to boost clean energy, rebuild infrastructure
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Tuesday unveiled $2 trillion plan to boost clean energy, rebuild infrastructure.
Tourists cause problems at Spanish beaches by claiming spots and then leaving for hours: report
Some people will always try to cheat the system.
Liberal journalists dismiss, mock Bari Weiss' departure from The New York Times
Many liberal journalists shrugged off the fiery exit of New York Times opinion editor Bari Weiss, some even mocking the writer over the open letter she had penned to the paper's publisher.
Former VA hospital worker pleads guilty to murders of seven veterans
A former nursing assistant at a Veterans Affairs facility in West Virginia admitted in federal court Tuesday that she injected elderly patients with lethal doses of the drug insulin, killing seven of them.
Staying healthy and disease-free at the gym
Viruses and bacteria can lurk in all those wet, sweaty surfaces at the gym. All you need to know about properly wiping down equipment and staying well.
Browns, Myles Garrett close to $125 million contract extension
The Cleveland Browns and Pro Bowl defensive end Myles Garrett are reportedly on the verge of a huge extension. Garrett is expected to sign a five-year contract worth up to $125 million ($100 million guaranteed) that will keep him in Cleveland through 2026, NFL Network reported Tuesday, a day before the deadline for franchise players...
Battle to save burning US Navy warship ongoing
The battle to save a US Navy warship from a ravaging fire continued in San Diego Bay on Tuesday. A Navy official said the fire could be extinguished in the next 24 hours, as crews make progress on the blaze aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard. (July 14)
Epstein associate denied bail on sex abuse charges
Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell has been denied bail and will remain behind bars on charges she recruited girls and women for the financier to sexually abuse. (July 14)
Squirrel tests positive for bubonic plague in Colorado
A squirrel has tested positive for the bubonic plague in Morrison, Colorado, according to Jefferson County public health officials. Now, officials have issued a warning for humans and their pets.
Decapitated, dismembered body found in Manhattan apartment: sources
The body of a decapitated, dismembered man was found inside a Lower East Side apartment on Tuesday afternoon — sorted in plastic bags right next to a power saw, sources told The Post. Police came upon the grisly scene shortly after 3:30 p.m., after a friend of the dead man requested a welfare check at...
White man filmed in alleged Indiana assault says Black accuser was 'race-baiting'
A white man who’s accused of beating up and shouting racial slurs at a Black man at an Indiana lake says his accuser is not telling the truth about the incident.
Trump Says 'More White People' Killed By Police, 'People Love' The Confederate Flag
In an interview with CBS News, the president also said, "I know people who like the Confederate flag, and they're not thinking of slavery."
What we know: The latest on possible replacement names for Washington's NFL franchise
Washington's NFL team has offered few clues about potential new names, but some serious contenders have emerged, including Red Wolves and Red Tails.
Suzan Harjo fought for decades to remove the Redskins name. She’ll wait to celebrate.
The Native American activist says she has learned that you don’t dance in the end zone just because you’re close to the goal line.
Column: Did Tucker Carlson apologize for his head writer's racist, sexist and homophobic posts? Of course not
Carlson's head writer, Blake Neff, resigned over offensive posts, but Carlson defended him and then left for vacation.
Youth baseball tournaments struggle to adhere to health and safety guidelines
Travel team tournaments in the Southland have all but shut down, and events in Arizona have been postponed or canceled, because of coronavirus concerns.
Odell Beckham nearly retired after gruesome Giants injury
Odell Beckham Jr.’s broken ankle in 2017 had him so down, he nearly quit. The then-Giants receiver was so upset about the injury and what he was dealing with at the time, he thought about retiring.
Maroon 5 bassist Mickey Madden taking ‘leave of absence’ after arrest for alleged domestic violence incident
Michael “Mickey” Madden is taking some time away from his band, Maroon 5, some two weeks after he was arrested for an alleged incident involving domestic violence, the bassist said on Tuesday.
Hear Trump's response when asked about police killing Black Americans
During an interview with CBS News, President Donald Trump responded to a question about why Black Americans are still dying at the hands of law enforcement by saying "more White people" are killed by police and calling the question "terrible." CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.
'Significant progress' made against fire on Navy ship in San Diego
The fire on the USS Bonhomme Richard in San Diego is still burning but firefighters have made "significant progress" toward putting it out, a Navy admiral said Tuesday.