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Shaq helps save the day for stranded driver in Florida
Addressing a routine traffic call, these Florida deputies were greeted by a surprise celebrity sighting. Shaquille O’Neal, who lives in the Orlando area, was traveling on route I-75 through Florida’s Alachua County on Monday and witnessed a woman addressing a blown out tire on the side of the road. The NBA legend pulled over to...
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Nets’ coronavirus issues worsen as Michael Beasley tests positive
Another Net has coronavirus. Recently signed forward Michael Beasley tested positive for the illness and his status for the NBA restart in Orlando, Fla., is now up in the air, according to The Athletic. The Nets brought in the 31-year-old Beasley as a substitute player recently with the team missing several players due to injury...
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Red-winged blackbird photographed hitching ride on bald eagle’s back
New York wildlife officials shared a rare photograph Monday of a red-winged blackbird hitching a ride on the back of a hunting bald eagle.
FDA adds 50 more toxic hand sanitizers to recall list
These hand sanitizers won’t just remove bacteria from your hands — they could also poison you. The Food and Drug Administration has updated its growing list of hand sanitizers that contain methanol, a wood alcohol substance that can be toxic when ingested or absorbed through the skin. And worse yet, sometimes the ingredient may not...
Mysterious 'Dirty Dancing' lake is filling up with water 12 years after it dried up
In 2008, Mountain Lake, made famous by the 1987 film "Dirty Dancing," dried up and remained that way for over a decade. But this summer, it's starting to fill back up, astonishing both locals and visitors.
Jennifer Lopez’s $11K custom hoops are ‘totally her’
The pop star's found a new way to personalize her favorite earrings.
Bari Weiss' resignation letter proves New York Times engaging in 'outright censorship,' critic says
New York Times opinion columnist and editor Bari Weiss announced Tuesday she is leaving the paper with a blistering resignation letter that some feel proves the Gray Lady is censoring diversity of thought.
Naya Rivera death was an accidental drowning, medical examiner rules
The actress, whose body was discovered Monday, disappeared last week during a boat outing with her young son.
Police shooting of 17-year-old girl was justified, Orange County prosecutors say
The fatal July 2019 shooting of the girl — whom family members previously identified as Hannah Williams — happened on the eastbound 91 Freeway in Anaheim.
New Jersey sexual assault suspect caught on video fleeing scene
Cameras caught a man fleeing after sexually assaulting a woman on a New Jersey street, police said. The shirtless suspect, wearing dark blue shorts and a face mask, allegedly approached a 20-year-old woman from behind, pulled down her shirt and grabbed her breast at about 8 a.m. on July 2 as she walked on Main...
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Showbiz Kids’ on HBO, an Insightful Documentary About the Hazards Young Actors Face
Director Alex Winter interviews a bevy of stars about their troubling childhoods in Hollywood.
Student bikes 2,175 miles from Scotland to Greece after flight canceled
Kleon Papadimitriou's 48-day, 2,175-mile journey began May 10 and took him through England, Holland, Germany, Austria and Italy before wrapping up at parents' house on June 29, CNN reported.
Duo accused of beating Connecticut hotel worker charged with hate crimes
A pair of suspects accused of beating a black Connecticut hotel worker in a racially motivated attack were busted in Brooklyn and charged with hate crimes this week, police said in a statement. Authorities in Stonington, Connecticut said the US Marshals Service and the NYPD took Philip Sarner, 39, and Emily Orbay, 27, into custody...
Susan Rice claims Trump 'knew and has chosen not to act' on Russian bounty intelligence
Former national security adviser and potential Joe Biden vice presidential pick Susan Rice said Tuesday she believes President Trump “knew and has chosen not to act” on intelligence that Russian officials had paid bounties to Taliban-linked militants in exchange for the deaths of U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Saquon Barkley entering new stratosphere with bar-raising Nike line
Saquon Barkley wants everyone who wears his Nike sneakers to know what it is like to walk in his shoes.
Utah hospital chief warns of 'unsustainable' rise in new coronavirus cases
Dr. Thomas Miller, Chief Medical Officer at University of Utah Hospital weighs in on the rise in coronavirus cases in his state.
A pediatrician is advocating for sending younger children back to school, warning there could be long-term consequences if they are kept out of the classroom
Dr. Dimitri Christakis joins The Lead.
Contrasting Trump's pandemic pledges from 3 months ago with reality
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
Las Vegas mom was driving 121 mph in crash that killed baby: cops
Lauren Prescia, 24, was going 121 mph when she hit another car making a right turn Sunday onto North Rampart boulevard, news station KVVU reported.
China accuses US of 'inciting confrontation’ in South China Sea
China accused the U.S. of meddling in relations between China and Southeast Asian countries Tuesday.
Covid-19 vaccine shows 'promising' immune response results
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on the Covid-19 vaccine being developed by the biotechnology company Moderna, in partnership with the National Institutes of Health, that has been found to induce immune responses in all of the volunteers who received it in a Phase 1 study.
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.
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.
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.
KidsPost Summer Book Club: ‘The Thief Knot’ by Kate Milford
Young detectives hatch a secret plan to find a missing 11-year-old.
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.
Wisconsin sees steady increase in COVID-19 cases
Wisconsin has set records for newly confirmed COVID-19 cases four times in the last six days. Gov. Tony Evers and state health leaders on Tuesday implored people to wear masks and take precautions to slow the spread of the coronavirus. (July 14)
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.