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Yankees’ second exhibition slate includes Mets, Joe Girardi
Exhibition 2.0 will begin with the Subway Series. The Yankees announced on Tuesday that their three-game, second preseason schedule will start with a pair against the Mets, July 18 at Citi Field and then July 19 at Yankee Stadium. Joe Girardi’s Phillies will visit The Bronx on July 20, a night game like the two...
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Indiana husband allegedly shoots man found in bedroom with wife hours after separating
An Indiana man who separated from his wife last week allegedly shot the man he found in a bedroom with her hours later, police said. 
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Sen. Kelly Loeffler, co-owner of Atlanta Dream, objects to WNBA's social justice plans
Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler, who is also a Republican U.S. Senator running for re-election in Georgia, is not happy with the WNBA’s plans to honor the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Sen. Tammy Duckworth emerges as potential Biden running mate
CBSN political contributor and Washington Post national political reporter Sean Sullivan joined "Red and Blue" to discuss why Senator Tammy Duckworth of Illinois is emerging as one of the leading vice presidential contenders.
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See this educator's strong response to Trump's school reopening plan
Educator and president of the National Education Association, Lily Eskelsen García, reacts to President Trump's remarks about reopening schools this fall.
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Trump criticizes Dr. Fauci over coronavirus comments
President Donald Trump criticized Dr. Fauci over past decisions about wearing masks and travel to China after Dr. Fauci said the US is still "knee-deep" in the first wave of the coronavirus.
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House Dems' defense funding bill allocates $1M to rename military facilities named for Confederates
The bill also includes a 3 percent pay raise for service members
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Minority communities need more policing resources — not less
Last week, the City Council adopted an $88 billion budget, $4.58 billion smaller than the budget that carried us through the most recent fiscal year. As we combat COVID-19 and plan for recovery, the decisions we make today will shape our children’s tomorrows — including, crucially, when it comes to public safety. Throughout recent months,...
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Surge in meth seizures shows NYC turning into ‘breaking bad’
New York is breaking bad. Federal agents have been seizing an increased amount of methamphetamine in New York City and the surrounding area, the head of the Drug Enforcement Administration told The Post on Tuesday. The surge of the illicit stimulant into the Big Apple comes amid a proliferation of meth labs uncovered in the...
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Alleged Jeffrey Epstein co-conspirator Ghislaine Maxwell hires lawyer who helped take down 'El Chapo'
Ghislaine Maxwell has hired the former prosecutor who helped bring down drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman to try to get her off child sex-trafficking charges.
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'Back to the Future' or 'Terminator 2'? It's time-travel week on the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown
In addition to the iconic sci-fi blockbusters, "Airplane!," "Independence Day" and "Midsommar" join the fray in this week's LA Times Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
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Ringo Starr supports BLM movement on 80th birthday
Ringo Starr celebrated his 80th birthday with an appearance in Santa Monica, California and support for the Black Lives Matter movement. (July 7)       
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'The Babysitters Club' gets a 2020 remake for Netflix
Ann M. Martin's beloved tween book series, 'The Babysitters Club,' has been adapted into a new series on Netflix. It follows five friends who decide to start a babysitting service in their hometown. (July 7)       
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Trump urges K-12 schools to reopen. Others aren't so sure.
President Trump jumped into the debate on children returning to school next month. He says yes, but teachers, parents and health professionals are wary.
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LAPD investigates 'Blue Flu' claims after officers call in sick over July 4 holiday
LAPD officials are investigating whether a spike in officers calling in sick over the July 4 weekend was the result of an orchestrated protest.
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Fact-checking Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' claims that coronavirus cases have stabilized in his state
In the last two days Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has had to address his state's continued surge in new coronavirus cases while also trying to tamp down concerns.
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To stop ‘cancel culture,’ protect people’s viewpoints under civil-rights law
An epidemic of workplace discrimination is sweeping the United States. It threatens not only people’s jobs and livelihoods, but the very structure of our civic life. It calls out for an amendment to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. The victims aren’t targeted over their race, sex, sexual orientation or even gender identity (that...
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As schools prepare to reopen, we must remove cops from campuses to protect black girls
Demographic is pushed into the criminal justice system at disproportionate rate. Girls as young as 7 perceived as requiring less nurturing, protection        
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Pence fires back at criticism of withdrawal from WHO, says global health agency 'let the world down'
Vice President Mike Pence responded Tuesday to bipartisan criticism of the Trump administration's decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization (WHO) next year, telling "Special Report" that the United Nations agency "let the world down" in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
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Usain Bolt reveals Olympic-themed name for firstborn daughter
Olympian Usain Bolt revealed the name of his first-born child on Tuesday and it certainly does not disappoint. 
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Report: Golf's Ryder Cup to be postponed until 2021
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the PGA of America and European Tour are expected to jointly announce the Ryder Cup will not take place this year        
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Iowa Black Lives Matter activists face rare leak charge, allegedly showed confidential police document on TV
Prosecutors in Iowa have filed a rarely used leak charge against Black Lives Matter protesters accused of stealing a confidential police document and displaying it during a television news broadcast.
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Trump Is Foolish to Pick a Fight Over the Confederate Flag
His attack on NASCAR isn’t just wrong. It’s a political loser.
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Here’s how much money banks snagged for distributing PPP funds
Big banks bagged a fortune in fees from distributing cash in the US government’s aid program for small businesses stricken by the coronavirus, according to fresh data. JPMorgan Chase reaped $864 million as it handed out $28.8 billion in loans for the Paycheck Protection Program, according to an analysis by S&P Global Market Intelligence. Bank...
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International Students in the U.S. Face Uncertain Future as Colleges Scramble to Navigate ICE Guidance for Foreign Students to Leave if Schools Are Online-Only
International students say they are fearful and anxious as they wait for clarity on whether they can stay in the U.S.
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Health czar Howard Zucker’s pathetic bid to clear himself on NY’s nursing home deaths
State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker “reports” that his March 25 order forcing nursing homes to admit COVID-positive patients had nothing to do with the later deaths of thousands of residents from the virus. No one will buy this, no matter how much Zucker wasted on consultants. Zucker and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have defended the order...
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Police: Man in custody after toddler beaten to death
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Michael V. Drake is expected to be named UC president, first Black leader in system's 152-year history
Michael V. Drake, a national champion of access and equity, was named president of the University of California, the first Black leader in the system's 152-year history.
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Levi's cutting 15% of its corporate workforce after sales drop due to coronavirus pandemic
Levi Strauss & Co. is cutting about 15% of its corporate workforce worldwide because of a sharp decrease in sales due to the COVID-19 pandemic.       
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Anti-Trump lies and other commentary
From the right: Damned Anti-Trump Lies Sen. Tammy Duckworth’s claim that President Trump “spent all his time talking about dead traitors” during his Mount Rushmore speech is “a flat-out lie,” fumes National Review’s Charles C.W. Cooke. “I know this, because I can read.” As the transcript shows, “Trump’s two references to the Civil War came...
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DeSean Jackson under fire after anti-Semitic post
What I'm Hearing: Martin Frank on the Eagles next moves after DeSean Jackson's anti-semitic post        
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Several Republican senators say they will not attend GOP convention as COVID-19 cases in Florida spike
Several top GOP lawmakers say they would skip the Republican National Convention as coronavirus cases are climbing in Florida.        
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When it comes to dating, people may not actually have a 'type': study
It turns out, everyone has a chance at love.
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Texas Sets State Record With More Than 10,000 New Coronavirus Cases Reported Tuesday
Texas recorded 10,028 new cases, surpassing its previous single-day increase as statewide hospitalizations also set new records.
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Democrats hold $30 million ad advantage in battle for Senate control
Democrats in crucial Senate races across the country are swamping the airwaves with ads in the furious battle for control of the chamber, far outpacing Republican spending as their party grows more bullish about their prospects for retaking the majority.
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Trump and Fauci clash over coronavirus outlook
Dr. Anthony Fauci warned Tuesday that Americans shouldn't take comfort in the dropping death rate among coronavirus patients in the US even as President Donald Trump touts the trend as evidence of a successful response to the virus.
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Beijing just told Big Tech to flee Hong Kong
China’s new crush-Hong-Kong law turns out to pose big problems for Big Tech as well as the people of the city-state. On Monday, Beijing released a 116-page plan for implementing that new “national security” statute that outlines vast police powers over the Internet. Authorities can now order the takedown of any post they think violates...
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Madison Avenue shop sues Governor Andrew Cuomo over looting
“This will be a class-action lawsuit. Costly. Because the others will come on board.”
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Black man pinned against tree, threatened by White men in video
Indiana authorities are asking the FBI to investigate a confrontation as a possible hate crime, which was all caught on camera. A Black man says he was assaulted and threatened with a noose as he walked with friends last weekend. Jericka Duncan reports. (Viewers may find the video and audio offensive and disturbing.)
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Students host bingo games to honor 2020 graduates
The pandemic has taken graduation ceremonies away from students all over the country. For many, celebrations haven't been what they expected. But some alums at historically Black colleges or universities did get to celebrate, in a very special way. Mark Strassmann reports.
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Covid-19 testing: A spike in demand, a delay on results
As Covid-19 cases in the US spike, some states, labs and public health departments are warning that turnaround times for diagnostic testing have slowed.
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Inspired by Khabib and Poirier, Max Holloway will auction off UFC 251 fight kit for Hawaii Foodbank
With the Hawaiian unemployment soaring during the COVID-19 pandemic, Max Holloway is doing his part to help out.       Related StoriesAlexander Volkanovski on Max Holloway: 'I just have his number' whether he trained on Zoom or notMax Holloway plays it cool ahead of Alexander Volkanovski rematch: 'Is he talking like a champion?'Jorge Masvidal stopped in Rome for pizza on his trip to Abu Dhabi 
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Doctor: Covid-19 is 'out of control' in southern US
Covid-19 cases are continuing to rise, one doctor says the pandemic is getting "out of control" in the southern United States. CNN's Erica Hill reports.
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WNBA players want Sen. Kelly Loeffler removed from Atlanta Dream ownership
The WNBA Players’ Association has had enough of Kelly Loeffler. On Tuesday, the union called on commissioner Cathy Engelbert to remove Kelly Loeffler as co-owner of the Atlanta Dream after the junior senator in Georgia wrote a letter to Engelbert regarding the league’s plan to have “Black Live Matter” and “Say Her Name” on jerseys...
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More positive tests, canceled workouts add to MLB unease
As baseball nears the two-week countdown to the start of its delayed season, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep more players, including Boston Red Sox projected opening day starter Eduardo Rodriguez, off the field.
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Woman fired after yelling ‘white lives are better’ at Black Lives Matter rally
A Tennessee woman caught on a viral video shouting racial and homophobic slurs at a Black Lives Matter rally has been fired from her job, according to reports. Sonya Holt was seen yelling “white lives matter, white lives are better” during the protest in Elizabethton on Saturday, at one point yelling at a protester, “you’re...
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Man making racist comments caught on video identified as tech CEO Michael Lofthouse
Another viral video surfaced of a man spouting expletives and racist comments toward an Asian family at a restaurant in Carmel Valley, California.       
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WNBA revolts over Atlanta Dream co-owner Sen. Kelly Loeffler's comments about Black Lives Matter
The WNBA distanced itself from Sen. Kelly Loeffler of Georgia, a co-owner of the Atlanta Dream, following her objection to the league's plans to honor the Black Lives Matter movement.
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