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Grandmother with 88 great-grandchildren turns 100
"She's a healthy little ox," one of her great-granddaughters said.
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Pelosi: 'People will die' if coronavirus stimulus talks drag into late September
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters at the Capitol Wednesday that she doesn't want stalled negotiations for another round of coronavirus relief to drag until the end of September, when government funds are set to expire.
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Dog who died of ‘acute illness’ confirmed positive for COVID-19
A North Carolina dog whose owners said died of an “acute illness” tested positive for COVID-19, health officials confirmed this week. The male Newfoundland, around 8 years old, showed signs of illness and struggled to breathe on Aug. 3, Mick Kulikowski, spokesman for NC State University, told The News & Observer. The dog’s owner first...
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Why It Took Us So Long to Understand the Coronavirus
And what we now have to prepare for.
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Suspect arrested in Bay Area food-bank truck vandalism
San Francisco-Marin Food Bank spokesperson Keely Hopkins told Fox News that her organization was "really heartbroken about the situation," though its supply-chain team was able to quickly spring into action once they discovered the issue.
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'People cannot be illegal.' Ben & Jerry's slams UK over its handling of refugees
In a series of tweets, the politically outspoken ice cream maker derided UK Home Secretary Priti Patel's approach to refugees trying to cross the English Channel, suggesting it was inhumane and contravened international law.
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After COVID-19 delay, IHG's Hotel Indigo Tallahassee debuts in time for FSU football season
After coronavirus delayed its planned May debut, Hotel Indigo Tallahassee is ready to welcome guests just in time for Florida State's football season.       
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How Joe Biden’s Enduring Grief For His Son Helped Lead Him to Kamala Harris
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. As Joe Biden was mulling his choice of a running mate, there may have been one important question in the back of his mind. Sure, the polling and focus…
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Val Kilmer's daughter opens up about his 'challenging' throat cancer battle
Val Kilmer's daughter, Mercedes, is thankful for every moment she gets to share with her dad since he battled throat cancer.
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Lightning strike in South Carolina leaves tree with burning 'claw marks'
Talk about leaving a mark.
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UFC releases Max Rohskopf after promotional debut ended with quitting on stool
Max Rohskopf is no longer a member of the UFC roster.        Related StoriesAlan Patrick vs. Rodrigo Vargas in the works for UFC event on Sept. 12Adrian Yanez flattered by Jorge Masvidal comparison but wants to pave his own wayDana White: 'No debate' that Stipe Miocic-Daniel Cormier trilogy winner is heavyweight GOAT 
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NBA will allow guests to visit players in bubble after first round of playoffs. Here is how it will work.
The NBA acknowledged in its health and safety protocols that teams would receive up to 17 guest rooms for players' families and friends after Round 1.        
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Viral video shows wild bear brazenly joining family picnic
Some in the video can be seen taking selfies with the furry interloper.
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Uber says new driver ruling would force it to shut down in California
Uber would be forced to shut down its ride-hailing operations in California if a court ruling that blocks it from classifying its drivers as independent contractors goes into effect, the company said in a court filing. A California judge on Monday granted the state’s request for a preliminary injunction blocking Uber and rival Lyft from...
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NY health chief Zucker claims hospitals had enough PPE during COVID-19 crisis
New York’s top health chief bizarrely claimed Wednesday that the state’s hospitals had enough personal protective equipment for nurses and doctors during the height of the coronavirus pandemic – despite widespread reports of PPE shortages, including health workers forced to don trash bags. “Just because something is reported doesn’t mean those are the facts of...
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Big 12 doubling down on plans to play college football season
Don’t mistake the Big Ten and Pac-12 cancelling all fall sports for the end of college football in 2020. At least not yet. If you need more proof that the sport is geographical and controlled by conferences rather than the overarching NCAA, consider the Big 12’s renewed commitment Wednesday to moving forward with all fall...
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Brett Favre on NFL players kneeling during national anthem: 'I don't believe' anyone is right or wrong
Brett Favre speculated how NFL players will react if more players kneel during the national anthem this season to protest racial injustice and police brutality in the U.S.
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Wisconsin girl convicted in Slender Man stabbing loses appeal
One of two Wisconsin girls who repeatedly stabbed a classmate because she believed a fictional horror character named Slender Man would attack her family if she didn't kill the girl lost an appeal Wednesday.
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Kamala Harris ignites fundraising surge after Joe Biden VP announcement
Democrats raked in $10.8 million in donations in the four hours after presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden announced Sen. Kamala Harris as his vice presidential running mate, according to a report.
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Puerto Rico's low census response could have disastrous effects on its economy and recovery funding
Puerto Rico struggles to get citizens to respond to the 2020 census questionnaire, putting government funding at risk for the island. President Trump's decision to shorten the census deadline has made the effort even more difficult. Alexis Santos, an assistant professor of demography at Pennsylvania State University, joined CBSN to discuss the potential impact.
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Kamala Harris scored as most liberal US senator in 2019
Joe Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris scored as the “most liberal” U.S. senator in 2019, according to a GovTrack analysis, outranking Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
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Kamala Harris Once Called for Twitter to Ban Donald Trump
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), now Joe Biden's vice presidential nominee, once demanded that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey ban President Donald Trump from the social media giants' platform.
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Judge refuses to shutter Ventura County church that has defied COVID-19 health order
Ventura County judge refuses to close Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park and find its pastor in contempt of court for holding indoor services.
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Sarah Cooper lands Netflix comedy special for fall
She found fame on social media by lip-synching President Donald Trump.
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Coronavirus can travel much farther than 6 feet in certain indoor spaces, study finds
Coronavirus-infected aerosols traveled way farther than six feet in a recent study.
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Kamala Harris Pick For V.P. Is Hailed As 'A Moment Of Pride' In India
"This is a historical, transformational, and proud moment for... all women of colour, all Black women, and all South Asian women," Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra tweeted.
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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Arizona Coyotes, Colorado Avalanche face off in Round 1
The Arizona Coyotes will take on the Colorado Avalanche in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Wednesday, a rematch 20 years in the making. 
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Lou Reed jams with John Mellencamp in previously unseen 1987 video
The late John Prine even makes an onstage cameo.
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Leah Remini slams Tom Cruise, thinks he has master plan for daughter Suri
He's "not a good person," she says.
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New Jersey city weighs $250 fine for refusing to wear a mask outdoor
A New Jersey city is weighing an ordinance that would fine people $250 if they refused to wear masks outdoors in places where social distancing isn’t possible. 
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Champions League returns but not as you've seen it before
The Champions League takes place is Lisbon, Portugal, from August 12 to 23, with the altered format consisting of eight knockout matches.
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Zonnique Pullins shares her pregnancy beauty routine
She's stocking up on cocoa butter and skipping the hair dye.
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Dutch police raid country's biggest-ever cocaine lab
Police estimate the lab could produce up to 200 kg of cocaine a day, this quantity is worth $5.3-7.1 million.
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Air Force helicopter struck by bullet makes emergency landing in Virginia; FBI investigates
The FBI is investigating the shooting of a military helicopter during a training mission this week in northern Virginia, injuring one crew member who was aboard, officials said Wednesday.
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How the Biden campaign can engage with Muslim voters ahead of the election
Nadia Ahmad, an associate professor at Barry University School of Law and the co-founder of the Muslim Delegates and Allies Coalition, joined CBSN to discuss what Joe Biden's this choice of Kamala Harris as his running mate means for progressives and how the campaign can reach out to Muslim voters.
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What Kamala Harris as VP would mean for Silicon Valley
With Sen. Kamala Harris ascending to become former Vice President Joe Biden's running mate, Silicon Valley can breathe a little easier, at least for now.
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Stevie Nicks says the coronavirus pandemic is a real 'American Horror Story'
Stevie Nicks is opening up about her grave concerns with the coronavirus pandemic.
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MSNBC's Johnson: Once Biden Takes Office, Harris 'Can Help Us Impeach' Trump Judges
Wednesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," network political analyst Jason Johnson predicted if Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) becomes the vice president "she can help us impeach some of these judges, these under-qualified judges that Donald Trump has managed to push in."
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Bodycam video shows Utah cops order dog to attack black man on his knees
Newly released police bodycam video shows cops in Salt Lake City order a police dog to maul a black man in his own backyard. The disturbing footage, obtained by the Salt Lake City Tribune, shows Jeffery Ryans, 36, approached by police officers while he’s smoking in his yard before heading off to his job as...
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Sarah Cooper is getting a Netflix special
Sarah Cooper may want to send President Donald Trump a muffin basket.
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House Oversight chair introduces new bill to reverse organizational changes at USPS
A new bill aimed at reversing organizational and structural changes undertaken at the United States Postal Service by the new postmaster general was introduced to Congress Wednesday.
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Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris to make first joint appearance as Democratic running mates
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will make their first joint appearance Wednesday as the Democratic ticket challenging Republicans Donald Trump and Mike Pence.      
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Online fraud is surging: Five facts you probably don't know
Online fraud is surging as more people stay at home and online activity increases.
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Arrested Portland protesters won’t face charges under revised policy
About 550 protest-related cases have been referred to Schmidt's office since May 29, only 133 of which were felonies. More than 350 were misdemeanors or violations that included no claims of physical violence.
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Arnon Mishkin: Biden-Harris team signals 'we're the risk-free ticket' -- but will it sway voters?
Biden’s 2020 strategy is quite simple
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New species of dinosaur related to Tyrannosaurus rex discovered
A new species of dinosaur related to Tyrannosaurus rex has been discovered in the U.K.
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Comedian Sarah Cooper Lands Netflix Variety Special
The Trump impersonator is taking her talents to Netflix.
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Phillies analyst calls Orioles game ‘an embarrassment to baseball’
NBC Sports Philadelphia analyst and former MLB reliever Ricky Bottalico definitely did not sugar coat how he felt about the Phillies’ series-opening loss to the Baltimore Orioles Tuesday. Following the Phillies’ 10-9 loss, in which a pop-up gaffe and an inside-the-park homer headlined the defeat, Bottalico did not hold back while discussing the performance he...
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