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Missouri governor says Trump is ‘getting involved’ in case of St. Louis couple who pointed guns at protesters
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson (R) said the president gave an impassioned defense of the gun-toting couple, telling the governor that he would do "everything he could within his powers to help with this situation and he would be taking action to do that."
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Police use water cannons on protesters outside Netanyahu residence
Hundreds gathered on the streets of Jerusalem to call for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to resign. Israel has seen record new Covid-19 cases and the economy has been hit hard by the crisis. CNN's Oren Liebermann reports.
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Astronomers discover huge galactic wall hidden behind Milky Way
Scientists have discovered a celestial structure made of galaxies more than 1.4 billion light-years long and 600 million deep in the skies over the South Pole that until recently had never been seen, according to a report.
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Statue of BLM protester replaces toppled figure of 17th-century English slave trader
A statue of a BLM protester was placed atop a plinth in the city of Bristol previously occupied by the toppled statue of a 17th-century slave trader.        
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Michigan girl sent to juvenile detention for not doing online schoolwork: report
A Michigan girl was incarcerated in May after she allegedly failed to finish her online schoolwork, according to a report.
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Tuberville to face Jones in Alabama Senate race
Former college football coach Tommy Tuberville defeated former Senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the Alabama Republican Senate primary. Tuberville goes on to challenge Democratic Senator Doug Jones. (July 15)       
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Trump's 'dysfunctional' upbringing created 'dangerous situation' for US, niece claims
President Donald Trump's niece, Mary Trump, said her uncle is "utterly incapable of leading this country."
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Court Halts Dakota Access Pipeline Shutdown As Legal Fight Goes Forward
A federal appellate court temporarily blocked a lower-court order to shut down and empty the controversial oil pipeline. The operator, Energy Transfer, can continue pumping while the case is pending.
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Georgia teen killed when parachute fails to open while skydiving: report
A Georgia teen died in a skydiving accident while attempting to check the experience off her bucket list, according to a report.
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Trump slams Biden in Rose Garden remarks; winners and losers from Tuesday's primaries
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Discovering new species in Chilean Patagonia -- before they go extinct
On the Pacific fringes of Chile lies a biological haven. Along the Patagonian coast, surrounded by majestic snow-capped mountains, corals live among some of the deepest fjords in the world. New species are being discovered here; there are still areas waiting to be documented. But even as the reefs' secrets reveal themselves, there is trouble in paradise.
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ViacomCBS Drops Nick Cannon Over Anti-Semitic Remarks in Podcast
“ViacomCBS condemns bigotry of any kind and we categorically denounce all forms of anti-Semitism," the company said in a statement
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St. Louis prosecutor investigating couple who waved gun at protesters says governor and Trump are targeting her
The office of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner said on Twitter that Missouri's governor and President Donald Trump "came after her" for investigating a case.
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What Hong Kong Losing Its U.S. ‘Special Status’ Means
Under the United States-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992, the U.S. treated Hong Kong, a semi-autonomous part of China with its own legal and economic system, differently than the Chinese mainland in trade, commerce and other areas. President Donald Trump, punishing China for moves to tighten its grip on the city after a year of pro-democracy street protests, says Hong Kong’s special status is now a thing of the past. At its most extreme, that could mean the global financial hub is treated the same a
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GOP senators in close races mislead on preexisting conditions
President Trump’s doublespeak on preexisting conditions is spreading into some battleground Senate races this year.
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Why Bari Weiss’ New York Times resignation has rocked the media world
Nothing stings like criticism from an insider.
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WGA nears deal with United Talent Agency
The WGA is close to reaching a deal with United Talent Agency, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
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Coronavirus linked to delirium, stroke and brain inflammation, new study says
Coronavirus is linked to several neurological conditions, including stroke, delirium, nerve damage and a rare brain inflammatory condition that can be fatal, according to a new study.
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Trump’s former doctor wins House GOP nomination in Texas
AUSTIN, Texas — President Donald Trump’s former White House physician and onetime pick to head the Department of Veterans Affairs won the Republican nomination for a U.S. House seat in Texas on Tuesday in an election that unfolded amid an alarming spread of the coronavirus. Ronny Jackson, a retired Navy rear admiral, defeated agriculture advocate...
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He's been working with police to prevent crime for years. His grandson was killed in crossfire this month
Davon McNeal, an 11-year-old boy in Washington, DC, was getting out of a car to grab phone charger from his aunt's house. As he stepped out, he was caught in the middle of a shooting among a group of men and was killed.
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At least 31 percent of children tested in Florida are positive for COVID-19: report
Nearly one-third of every child tested for the coronavirus in Florida has been declared positive for the virus, according to a report
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Security for Minneapolis Council members who called to defund police totals $152K
The taxpayers of Minneapolis will foot a $152,000 bill for security services given to three members of the City Council who received death threats following their calls to defund the police in the wake of George Floyd’s death. According to an investigative report by the local Fox 9 news outlet, the three council members, Andrea...
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Baton Rouge Police investigating officer who used knee to restrain 17-year-old suspect
The Baton Rouge Police Department is investigating a traffic stop earlier this month that ended with an officer using his knee to restrain a 17-year-old boy.
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Brazil’s Bolsonaro bit by large bird after reflecting on ‘horrible’ quarantine
Following his diagnosis with the coronavirus last week, Brazillian president Jair Bolsonaro complained of his “horrible” self-isolation during an interview Monday — and was then promptly bitten by a large bird in full view of his country’s press corps. Bolsonaro has been quarantined at the Palácio da Alvorada, Brazil’s presidential residence, following his positive test...
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Naya Rivera remembered by family as ‘amazing talent’ and ‘even greater person’
“While we grieve the loss of our beautiful legend, we are blessed to honor her everlasting legacy and magnetic spirit,” Rivera’s family said in a statement.
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Jamaal Bowman claims his lead is expanding over Rep. Engel in mail-in count
Jamaal Bowman’s campaign said the Democratic insurgent’s sizeable lead over veteran Rep. Eliot Engel has expanded during the early counting of absentee ballots. Bowman’s assertion comes as the embattled incumbent has filed suit in court to preserve his right to ask a judge to review disqualified ballots. Bowman declared victory in last month’s primary after...
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Senator Lifts Hold On Military Promotions After Assurances On Impeachment Witness
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., had demanded proof that Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who retired last week, was included on a list of more than 1,000 officers submitted to the White House for promotion.
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The US reports more than 67,000 new cases, highest daily jump so far
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Labs are getting more coronavirus tests than they can process in a day
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Without restaurant jobs, what happens to artists?
Some in the art and music industry worry that the lack of restaurant jobs is putting a strain on New York's creative class. (July 14)       
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Racing for a Remedy: Virus Animation
Animation of the profile of the COVID-19 Virus (July 15)       
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Nissan unveils its first electric SUV, the Ariya
The Nissan Ariya, the company's first all-electric SUV, will be able to drive up to 300 miles on a single charge and features a high-tech interior, with almost no buttons or knobs, according to the automaker.
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Nissan Ariya photos: See the new electric SUV
Nissan revealed the Ariya, an electric SUV, on Wednesday with plans to bring the vehicle to U.S. dealerships in the second half of 2021.       
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Nissan reveals $40,000 electric SUV: Nissan Ariya to arrive in 2021
Nissan on Wednesday revealed the Nissan Ariya, a $40,000 SUV with up to 300 miles of range. It is expected to hit the U.S. in the second half of 2021.       
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Former VA hospital employee pleads guilty to murder of seven veterans
A West Virginia Veteran’s Affairs worker pleaded guilty on Tuesday to killing seven patients by injecting them with doses of insulin, according to a report. Reta Mays, who worked as a nursing assistant at the Louis A. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Clarksburg, pleaded guilty to a total of eight felonies: seven second-degree murder...
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ViacomCBS cuts ties with Nick Cannon over 'hateful speech' and 'anti-Semitic' comments
ViacomCBS is cutting ties with Nick Cannon after more than a decade following the actor's anti-Semitic sentiments on his podcast.        
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Doug Schoen: Trump is big winner and Sessions is big loser in Tuesday primaries, while Dems remain divided
Several Trump-backed candidates defeated their opponents in primaries Tuesday and unquestionably benefited significantly from the president’s support. The most notable of these was former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville, who defeated former senator and attorney General Jeff Sessions for the GOP nomination for a U.S. Senate seat n Alabama.
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Atlanta Wendy's where Rayshard Brooks was killed gets demolished: report
The Atlanta Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was killed by police last month was torn down on Tuesday, according to multiple reports.
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What to watch on Wednesday: ‘United We Fall’ on ABC
Wednesday July 15, 2020 | NBCUniversal’s Peacock launches with new programming.
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Southern California officials ask governor to intervene in ‘unconscionable’ release of sex offender
Officials in Orange County, California, are calling on Gov. Gavin Newsom to intervene in the case of a “dangerous” sex offender who was released from a state mental hospital after more than 20 years when the hospital let his hold expire on Saturday.
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July 14 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
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Jana Kramer reveals she auditioned for this 'Real Housewives' franchsie
Jana Kramer is an actress, a singer, a mother, a wife and possibly in the future, a reality star.
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Tyra Banks to be named as new ‘Dancing With the Stars’ host
Tyra Banks is twirling into the ballroom — not actually dancing, but hosting the upcoming season of ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars,” Variety has confirmed. Banks’ new gig comes after news broke on Monday that longtime host Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews would be departing the show. Banks is set to be officially announced as...
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The seven most irreplaceable players in the American League
As of Tuesday, there were eight American League teams listed in the baseball odds provided by William Hill that had 6-to-1 or better odds to win their division. For the Yankees, the most indispensable player — the one whose loss would most hurt their division-title chances — is Gleyber Torres. The other seven: Angels: Shohei...
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Dancers outside Brooklyn jail are ‘cover movement’ for Nxivm sex cult
A group that’s been holding nightly dances in support of inmates at a federal lockup in Brooklyn may have begun as “cover movement” of Keith Raniere, the convicted leader of infamous upstate sex cult Nxivm, according to a report. Former members of Nxivm told the The Times Union that some organizers of the We Are...
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Tyra Banks is new host of 'Dancing With the Stars,' replacing Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews
Tyra Banks is the new host of "Dancing With the Stars," the reality dance show announced Tuesday. The show enters Season 29 in the fall.        
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Doctor on dealing with both pandemic and rise in gun violence
Dr. Brian Williams from the University of Chicago talks to CNN's Don Lemon about what it's like dealing with both the Covid-19 pandemic and the spike in gun violence in the US at the same time.
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NYPD deputy commissioner addresses spike in gun violence
During a CNN Tonight In-Depth report on spiking gun violence in many American cities, NYPD Deputy Commissioner John Miller explains the struggle the department is facing with the rise of shootings in New York as the department deals with budget cuts and the coronavirus pandemic.
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