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Tropical Depression Cristobal expected to bring heavy rain, storm surge to Gulf Coast
Tropical Depression Cristobal's path headed toward Gulf Coast, storm surge expected
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READ: ACLU lawsuit over use of force against protesters at White House ahead of Trump's church visit
Several protesters and the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Thursday challenging the federal use of force to disperse a peaceful protest in Washington, DC, ahead of President Donald Trump's photo-op at a local church.
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Claudia Eller, Variety Editor in Chief, placed on leave after Twitter spat
Variety Editor in Chief Claudia Eller, who wrote an opinion piece about the lack of diversity in the staff, was placed on a two-month administrative leave after a heated Twitter spat with a former reporter at a rival outlet, according to reports. Journalist Piya Sinha-Roy, who is of South Asian descent, slammed Eller’s piece on...
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Nursing home resident: 'I feel as though I am in #DeathCamp2020'
When news broke months ago about the country's first coronavirus outbreak at a nursing home, Linda Mayberry immediately recognized the home's corporate logo as it flashed across her television screen. It was the same one emblazoned throughout the long-term care facility where she lived.
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Motorola's new Moto G Fast and Moto E start at $149 and look fantastic
If you've been waiting for Motorola to upgrade it's entry-level smartphones, like the Moto E, then today's your lucky day. The Lenovo-owned smartphone maker is announcing a new Moto E and the brand new Moto G Fast.
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How many people in L.A. actually have the coronavirus? Why health officials still don't know
How many people in L.A. actually have coronavirus? Why health officials still don't know for sure
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This day in sports: Julie Krone rides into Triple Crown history
Julie Krone rode into thoroughbred racing's record books on June 5, 1993, when she and 13-1 long shot Colonial Affair beat Kissin Kris in the Belmont Stakes.
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Looters who hit L.A. stores explain what they did: 'Get my portion!'
Some looters are pure opportunists. But others are frustrated about systemic racism, citing issues ranging from President Trump to the racial privilege exposed in the college admissions scandal.
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Hillary Clinton slams Trump handling of dual crises: 'He is without shame'
Though she sees room for 'cautious optimism,' Hillary Clinton finds 'no bottom' to Donald Trump.
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25 gadgets that make perfect Father's Day gifts
Dive right into our favorite 25 tech gifts for men that will make Father's Day 2020 memorable for all the right reasons. From a new smartwatch, to an easy way to listen to music throughout his home, we've searched for tech that he'll appreciate.
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Editorial: Protesters skipped South L.A. and marched in white neighborhoods. Good for them
Protesters took their message to affluent, white neighborhoods and L.A.'s halls of power. It was an important decision.
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Growing the LAPD was gospel at City Hall. George Floyd changed that.
Growing the LAPD was gospel at City Hall. George Floyd changed that.
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Is flying safe amid coronavirus outbreak? Guess what airlines say
Airline trade groups are making the case that the risk of getting COVID-19 on a flight is low.
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The ‘underrated heroes’ who discovered the Yankees’ Core Four
A series by Joel Sherman chronicles how the Yankees’ fiasco of 1990 laid the groundwork for a dynasty. From mid-February to early June 1990, Donald Trump dominated tabloid coverage in New York. The dissolution of his marriage to Ivana served as one bookend and a $2 billion debt that threatened his empire the other. On...
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James Carafano: US vs. China — 5 smart ways to keep pushing back
Foreign policy doesn’t stop for turmoil here at home. The U.S. can’t afford attention deficit disorder overseas. 
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Angel Wings Will Not Be Enough to Carry Victoria’s Secret Into the Future
The lingerie brand sold fantasy. Reality destroyed it.
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Gulf Coast on alert: Where Cristobal may make landfall in the US
The Gulf Coast has all eyes on Cristobal, with the storm's strength and where it might hit likely to become clearer by Saturday morning.
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Lawsuits pile up in wake of nationwide unrest over George Floyd death
In one of the most high-profile actions in the wake of the violence, the D.C. chapter of Black Lives Matter is suing President Trump, Attorney General Bill Barr, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and other federal officials over action taken against protesters in Lafayette Square on Monday ahead of a trip Trump took to the area to take photos in front of a church that had been burned the previous night.
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President Trump fires back after stinging criticism from GOP senator and former top advisers
President Trump fired back at growing criticism over his handling of protests after his former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis released a scathing statement accusing the president of dividing the country. The president's former chief of staff, John Kelly, and Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski both came to Mattis' defense on Thursday.
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NBA's Adam Silver says older coaches may not be able to be on bench when league restarts play
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said Thursday he’s mulling whether older coaches will be able to be on the bench when the league returns to play in July.
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LeBron James calls out Fox News host Laura Ingraham for defense of Drew Brees
NBA star LeBron James has called out Fox News host Laura Ingraham for her defense of star quarterback Drew Brees.
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Man who shot Ahmaud Arbery accused of using racial slur as he died
During a hearing for the three defendants in the death of Ahmaud Arbery, a state investigator said he believes racial bias played a part in the shooting. A judge ruled there is enough evidence to move to trial. Omar Villafranca reports.
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Oil prices rise to three-month high ahead of OPEC meeting
Anticipation that OPEC and allied countries will extend record production cuts through July is sending oil prices higher, with Brent crude futures, the global benchmark, rising above $41 per barrel for the first time since early March.
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Journalist Any Ngo sues Antifa for ‘campaign of terror’ after alleged assault
The lawsuit, filed Thursday by attorney Harmeet Dhillon on behalf of Andy Ngo, described Rose City Antifa as a racketeering operation under the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act.
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Twitter blocks Trump campaign's George Floyd video tribute
The company disabled the video over a copyright claim. The Trump campaign claimed it was being censored.
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Eye Opener: Nationwide memorials held for George Floyd
The country mourned George Floyd on Thursday as memorials and peaceful protests were held in his name across major U.S. cities. Also, the family of Manuel Ellis is seeking justice after the black man died in Tacoma police custody three months ago. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
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Abrams on why she hasn't joined protesters in person: I 'do what I can to support their message, but not to distract from their efforts'
Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams said she has not physically joined in the protests over the death of George Floyd, but is being supportive in other ways, believing that young people should lead and her participation would only "distract" from the demonstrators' message.
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Factbox: Where are people around the world protesting over George Floyd?
The killing of black man George Floyd in the United States, with a white policeman's knee on his neck, has triggered worldwide protests against racism and brutality.
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NFL players release video calling on the league to condemn racism and support black players
Several NFL players have released a powerful video titled "Stronger Together" that calls on the league to condemn racism and support black players.
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Tacoma mayor calls for police officers involved in death of black man to be fired
Protests are drawing new attention to the death of a black man in Tacoma, Washington, caught on camera three months ago. Manuel Ellis died from oxygen deprivation after police physically restrained him. Ellis was heard on a police scanner saying, "I can't breathe." The medical examiner ruled his death a homicide. Ellis' family wants the officers to be arrested. Police say he threw an officer to the ground. Carter Evans reports on the investigation and the video that shows the confrontation.
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'Truly sorry': Scientists pull panned Lancet study of Trump-touted drug
An influential study that found hydroxychloroquine increased the risk of death in COVID-19 patients has been withdrawn a week after it led to major trials being halted, adding to confusion about a malaria drug championed by U.S. President Donald Trump.
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The Electoral College won't save Trump if this keeps up
We've learned the lesson multiple times in the last few decades: There is no national presidential election. Candidates can get fewer votes and win, if they win enough states containing a majority of electoral votes. That's something President Donald Trump may hope happens again, because the national polls have had him trailing all year.
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Trump campaign removes space-themed ad amid complaints from former astronaut, others
President Donald Trump's re-election campaign pulled a space-themed ad from YouTube Thursday after complaints were raised that it violated NASA guidelines and at least one former astronaut objected to appearing in it without her consent.
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AstraZeneca now has capacity to make 2 billion doses of coronavirus vaccine
AstraZeneca says it has secured capacity to produce 2 billion doses of a potential coronavirus vaccine being developed in partnership with researchers at Oxford University.
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The week in pictures, May 30 - June 5
Here's a selection of the most amazing images captured around the world in the past seven days. Enjoy!
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Peaceful protests held same day as George Floyd memorials
An emotional Brooklyn memorial to George Floyd led to a peaceful march, echoing other demonstrations around the country. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Activists paint giant 'Black Lives Matter' message on the road to the White House
Two blocks of Washington, DC streets bear the giant, yellow-lettered message
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Alabama football players test positive for coronavirus ahead of return to campus, reports say
A handful of Alabama football players reportedly tested positive for coronavirus as player-led workouts resumed earlier this week in preparation for the 2020 season.
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Derek Jeter says he would have moved out of New York City if Yankees lost to Mets in 2000 World Series
Derek Jeter on Thursday admitted that losing to the New York Mets in the 2000 World Series would have probably sent him on a one-way ticket out of New York City.
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Travel during COVID-19: Cool summer getaways in the South where you can practice social distancing
These are unique places near major cities in the South where you can take a road trip while still social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.       
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Torii Hunter recalls 2012 incident with California police, claims officer asked him for tickets with gun in his back
Former MLB great Torii Hunter recalled Thursday the scary run-in he had with California police at his home while he was playing for the Los Angeles Angels in 2012.
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Ryan Williams, a 32-year-old black CEO, says America has been 'hallucinating' about racism and inequality. Until now.
The United States is experiencing a "reckoning" over race, justice and inequality that has been decades in the making, fintech CEO Ryan Williams told CNN Business.
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Ex-MLB All-Star Carl Crawford arrested for allegedly assaulting ex-girlfriend
Former MLB star Carl Crawford was arrested for allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend during an argument over a man she had started dating, police said.
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COVID-19 crisis shakes Brazil, but Bolsonaro keeps impeachment at bay
One of the world's worst coronavirus outbreaks, a paralyzed economy sending investors fleeing for the exit, and accusations that he has undermined Brazil's young democracy have not loosened President Jair Bolsonaro's grip on power.
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Chris Wallace: Biden is the 'favorite' right now after 'very tough week' for Trump, US
"Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace told the "Fox News Rundown" podcast Friday that while President Trump is dealing with a "tough time in this country," the ongoing unrest in U.S. cities following the death of George Floyd pales in comparison to the riots following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968.
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George Floyd's face is being painted on walls worldwide
Street artists from Manchester, England, to Syria are honoring George Floyd in their own colorful ways by painting murals to express solidarity with the African-American community in the US.
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Dallas Cowboys' all-time Mount Rushmore: 4 best players in franchise history
Who are the greatest players in Dallas Cowboys franchise history?
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In the COVID-19 unit, saying goodbye to a mentor long distance
A photographer documenting the coronavirus fight at Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital recalls her mentor, a nun who like hospital staff embodied care and compassion.
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