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Sean Hannity asks if Biden has strength, stamina and mental alertness to perform 'hardest job in the world'

Sean Hannity began Monday's program by urging Americans to ask themselves, "What has [Joe] Biden done to improve the lives of all Americans?"
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Man booted from Florida-bound flight at LGA for not wearing mask
A man was captured on video being removed from a Florida-bound flight at LaGuardia Airport Friday for not wearing a face mask. The tense standoff unfolded when a man, whose name was not known, “took his face covering off and refused to put it back on,” a spokesman for Spirit Airlines said. A video from...
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Portland police declare riot as protests turn violent again
Protesters threw lit fireworks into the broken glass doors of an adjacent federal courthouse, police said.
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Controversial security law takes effect in Hong Kong
A controversial new security law has taken effect in Hong Kong. It was implemented by the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing, and many argue the law curtails freedom of speech and diminishes Hong Kong's political and economic autonomy. Isaac Stone Fish, a CBSN contributor and a senior fellow at the Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China Relations, joined CBSN for a closer look at the law.
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Celebrity-approved bikinis and swimsuits for summer
From sporty to chic — and always sexy — these bikinis are beloved by Hailey Baldwin, Kim Kardashian, Bella Hadid and more.
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Cops smiled in photos mocking chokehold, Elijah McClain lawyer says
"The callousness for human life, appalling," family lawyer Mari Newman, who has seen the photos, told CBS Denver.
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MLB Cancels All-Star Game for First Time Since 1945 Due to Pandemic
The game was scheduled for July 14
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Heatwaves have become more frequent and intense in most of the world since 1950s: study
Heatwaves are increasing in intensity and frequency in most parts of the world since the 1950s, a new study has found.
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Investigators eye Guinness beer aristocrat amid Ghislaine Maxwell’s arrest
Investigators probing Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring want to speak to a British aristocrat — and member of the Guinness brewing family — as the inquiry continues following the arrest of the convicted pedophile’s alleged madam, Ghislaine Maxwell. Authorities would like to contact Clare Hazell, who worked for Epstein in the 1990s and who later became...
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Americans denied entry into Italy due to Covid-19 travel restrictions
Five Americans who flew by private jet to the Mediterranean island of Sardinia were refused entry to Italy due to new EU travel restrictions on countries with high coronavirus infection rates. CNN's Barbie Nadeau reports.
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Civil rights leader Andrew Young says George Floyd's death "touched the heart of the planet"
Civil rights icon Andrew Young marched with Martin Luther King Jr. and has been at the forefront of breaking barriers against Black Americans for a generation. In an interview with CBS News' Pamela Falk, Young said George Floyd's death and the subsequent protests against racism and police brutality "have touched the heart of the planet."
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‘Street Survivors: The True Story of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash’ Dramatically Reenacts Fateful 1977 Disaster
Street Survivors recounts the accident and its aftermath with all the subtlety of true crime show dramatic reenactment.
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105 Fraternity Residents at the University of Washington Reportedly Test Positive for COVID-19
The school said it confirmed 66 cases so far, and is working to verify other self-reported ones
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Some travelers face quarantine in Chicago
Chicago officials say people traveling to the city from 15 states with increasing numbers of confirmed cases of the coronavirus will have to quarantine for two weeks upon arrival or face possible fines. The order takes effect Monday. (July 3)       
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Woman says Ghislaine Maxwell repeatedly raped her: ‘Just as evil as’ Epstein
A woman says Ghislaine Maxwell raped her up to 30 times -- starting when she was just 14 years old and continuing until she became pregnant with Jeffrey Epstein’s child.
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Grandson, 10, gets help after grandma knocked off kayak
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Officer saves man after he jumps from bridge
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Million dollar pay cut for OSU head football coach
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Officer in stable condition after being shot in head
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Former first-round tight end David Njoku requests trade from Cleveland Browns
David Njoku wants an opportunity to reboot his career after the Browns signed Austin Hooper this offseason and picked another tight end in the draft.        
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Non-government experts could pick who gets COVID-19 vaccine first
The National Institutes of Health director said "people are a little uneasy about the government calling the shots here"
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Britain places US travelers on quarantine 'red list'
Europe also previously announced a travel ban for U.S. citizens.
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Willie Nelson's Fourth of July Picnic going virtual this year
Other performers expected to play include Sheryl Crow and Ziggy Marley.
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Shayna Taylor feels like a ‘furnace of distress’ after Ryan Seacrest breakup
Shayna Taylor took to social media to share a cryptic message many believe is inspired by her recent split from Ryan Seacrest.
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Bottled space fragrance created by ex-NASA genius
IF you’ve ever wondered what space smells like then this new perfume might just provide the answer. It’s being created as part of a Kickstarter project with the help of an ex NASA scientist. The fragrance is called ‘Eau de Space’. According to CNN, product manager Matt Richmond revealed it’s been developed by chemist Steve...
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Trainer Bob Baffert has the favorite (again) in the first race at Los Alamitos
Trainer Bob Baffert has won this race nine times, including the last three years, and Saturday he'll have the two favorites in the field.
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Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, father of UFC’s Khabib, dead at 57 from coronavirus complications
Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, MMA coach and father of UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov, has died, according to Ramzan Kadyrov, the head of the Russian republic of Chechnya on Friday. He was 57. The elder Nurmagomedov died due to brain injuries caused by a stroke after contracting coronavirus, according to Russian outlet RT. In late June, Khabib...
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2 Oklahoma officers are charged with second-degree murder in man's 2019 death
Two Oklahoma police officers were charged with second-degree murder this week in the Taser death of a 28-year-old man last year, authorities report.
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Chicago mayor warns bars to limit holiday crowds
Chicago's mayor is warning her city's bars and restaurants to limit capacity this Fourth of July weekend and threatens to shut them down if they fail to follow social distancing rules. (July 3)       
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Mother pleads for violence to end after teen killed over $10
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Doctor braids patient's hair before surgery
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Shark sighting forces swimmers out of water
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Daughter wants answers 16 years after dad's murder
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Photographer makes 'quarantine creations'
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Sheriff identifies 'good Samaritan' in water rescue
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Man uses pepper spray on woman, her granddaughter
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Naked, shotgun-wielding man trades gunfire w/police
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UN staffers put on leave after video surfaces of sex act in official car
Two U.N. staff members have been put on leave, pending an investigation, after a video emerged last week of an apparent sex act in an official U.N. car in Israel.
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How well do you know America's founding documents? Watch 'Fox Nation 101: The Constitution'
The new series "Fox Nation 101: The Constitution" explains the history and significance of one of America's founding documents: The Constitution.
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With uncertainty in college sports, Learfield IMG asks several schools to take on more risk
Learfield IMG College has sought to restructure deals in ways that would reduce or eliminate schools' guaranteed rights fees, several officials say.        
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Hillary Clinton on Trump's handling of the coronavirus: 'I would have done a better job'
Hillary Clinton taunted President Donald Trump in an interview published on Friday, criticizing his handling of the coronavirus by saying that she -- as president -- would have done a better job handling the international pandemic.
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Hillary Clinton on Trump's handling of the coronavirus: 'I would have done a better job'
Hillary Clinton taunted President Donald Trump in an interview published on Friday, criticizing his handling of the coronavirus by saying that she -- as president -- would have done a better job handling the international pandemic.
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How to protect yourself from coronavirus over Fourth of July weekend
Health experts are expressing concern over the surging number of new coronavirus cases across the U.S. Some beaches and restaurants are expected to be crowded over the Fourth of July weekend despite restrictions in several states. Dr. Bob Lahita, a professor of medicine at New York Medical College, joined CBSN to discuss how to be safe over the holiday weekend.
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'Lift Every Voice and Sing' ignites hope across US
The Black national anthem was born more than a century ago, but the popular hymn within the African American community called "Lift Every Voice and Sing" has resurrected a beacon of hope during nationwide protests in recent weeks. (July 3)       
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MLB on TV: Nine ways baseball can enhance how fans watch games in 2020
Watching the Dodgers and Angels must be done from outside stadiums in 2020, but here are nine ways MLB and TV networks could boost the experience.
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Kansas suspends football workouts after 12 players test positive for COVID-19
After 12 football players tested positive for COVID-19, the school announced Friday that it is suspending voluntary workouts.        
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