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US official: Iran shot down American drone over international airspace

An American official acknowledged early Thursday that Iran shot down a US drone, saying it was hit by a surface-to-air missile while flying in international airspace near the Strait of Hormuz. The US official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, contradicts information from Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, which said earlier on Thursday that it had...
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US considering coronavirus strain for potential human challenge trials -- but there's no intention to use it, Fauci says
The nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, confirmed to CNN on Friday that scientists at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases are working to have a strain of coronavirus created that could be used in human challenge trials of a Covid-19 vaccine.
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NYPD union endorses Trump: ‘We need your strong voice across the country’
The New York City Police Benevolent Association personally endorsed President Trump on Friday night for the next election as the commander in chief leans into his “law and order” platform. “I cannot remember when we’ve ever endorsed for the president of the United States until now — that’s how important this is,” said Pat Lynch,...
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Police seek owner of lost wedding dress in Arizona
The Apache Junction Police Department in Arizona posted a picture of the bride on Facebook in hopes of tracking down the owner of the lost dress.
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Team Trump’s pushback against China is long overdue
The diplomatic war with China continues to heat up, but Beijing is leaving the world no choice but to respond to its belligerence. Just this week, the Chinese slapped sanctions on several US lawmakers, charging them with “behaving badly” on Hong Kong issues. The move came after Washington imposed its own sanctions on Hong Kong...
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NYC man wanted for torching NYPD car busted after taunting feds
A Queens man wanted for allegedly torching a cop car had spray-painted “TOO LATE!” on his wall to taunt the feds — but he didn’t flee fast enough and FBI agents nabbed him anyway, Brooklyn prosecutors said. Sam Resto was busted at his work Thursday afternoon with a passport in his backpack, and admitted to...
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1 in 4 young people are reporting suicidal thoughts. Here's how to help
In the early days of the pandemic, many people came together to help each other, connecting over socially distant dinners and reaching out for video calls with friends they hadn't talked to in months.
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Brooklyn Nets are the NBA's loveable underdogs, but those days are numbered
The Brooklyn Nets have accomplished a lot under interim coach Jacque Vaughn, but things would change quickly if Gregg Popovich becomes their coach.
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How the US is shutting down Venezuela’s socialist-thug drug biz
On April 1, President Trump launched a historic counternarcotics operation to target drug traffickers and disrupt the flow of illicit drugs to the United States. The narco-traffickers targeted include members of the illegitimate, thuggish regime of Nicolás Maduro and the Cartel de los Soles (“Cartel of the Suns”) in Venezuela. The president and his national-security...
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Virginia Tech renames dorms once named after men with racist views
The dorms will now be named after prominent Black people associated with Virginia Tech.
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New York City Police Union Endorses President Trump's Reelection Campaign
New York City Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch said Friday that New York officers were "the most compassionate people on the face of the earth."
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Officials warn of California power outages due to strain on grid during heat wave
The body that runs the electric grid for most of California has declared a statewide Stage 2 emergency due to excessive heat driving up electricity use and straining the grid, warning of rotating power outages if the situation doesn't improve.
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California parents challenge school closure order
A group of Calif. parents have filed a lawsuit challenging Gov. Gavin Newsom's order barring schools from opening for in-person instruction until their counties get off the state watch list for COVID-19. A federal judge is set to hear the case. (Aug. 14)       
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The US-China fight began with trade. Now it's the one thing still working for them
"The most stable part of the US-China relationship is the spat that kicked the latest bout of tensions off a couple of years ago: trade."
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Analysis: The US-China fight began with trade. Now it's the one thing still working for them
Tensions between the United States and China have soared as the two superpowers fight over everything from the coronavirus pandemic, human rights and Hong Kong, to who controls the technologies of the future.
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The US-China fight began with trade. Now it's the one thing still working for them
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Climate study finds global COVID-19 shutdowns had 'negligible' impact on temperatures
A new study claims the coronavirus-related shutdowns that halted economies around the world yielded emissions reductions but had a "negligible" overall impact on global temperatures -- a finding likely to provoke further debate about the utility of sweeping environmental regulations with potentially massive economic tradeoffs.
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How Harris' sorority helped shape her leadership
CNN's Kyung Lah takes a look at how Kamala Harris' sorority helped her become the first black woman to be the vice presidential candidate on a major party ticket.
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Sorry: A progressive fascist’s threat isn’t going to silence me
I have security at my home. I am in contact with the NYPD. But my main response to this threat will be telling everyone about it and living fearlessly.
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Ex-Kings 'Ice Crew' member accuses mascot of sexual harassment, sues for $1M in damages: Report
A former L.A. Kings’ “Ice Crew” member is suing the franchise and the man behind the “Bailey” mascot suit after she alleged he sexually harassed her and that the team was aware of those accusations, reports say. 
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Marc Colombo instilling gritty attitude on Giants’ offensive line
Watch me. This is the way I did it. This is how I want you to do it. This has not been the Giants’ way on their offensive line, but it is now. This is what Marc Colombo brings to the meeting room and the practice field. He stands 6-foot-8 and can take one of...
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Florida Governor Suspends Sheriff After Arrest for Evidence Tampering
Governor Ron DeSantis issued an order Friday stating that "it is in the best interests of the residents of Clay County, and the citizens of the State of Florida, that [Sheriff] Darryl Daniels be immediately suspended from public office."
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Chef José Andrés helps feed people in Beirut after deadly explosion
Anderson Cooper talks with Chef José Andrés, who is in Beirut with World Central Kitchen helping feed people after the deadly explosion. Anderson Cooper Full Circle airs Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 6p E.T.
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WSJ's Bill McGurn suggests FBI lawyer's plea deal in Durham probe will prompt others to come forward
Former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith's plea agreement could motivate other figures in the Russia investigation to come forward, Wall Street Journal editorial board member William McGurn said Friday.
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Family of 5-year-old boy shot and killed by a neighbor: 'We shouldn't even be here'
The boy’s father had dinner with the alleged killer the night before.
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Trump says he'll only consider additional funding for Postal Service if Democrats make concessions
The U.S. Postal Service is warning several states that it may not be able to deliver mail-in ballots on time, as President Trump increases his attacks on voting by mail. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett, CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes and CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge join Elaine Quijano to discuss.
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NYC police union endorses Trump, who claims Biden would 'gut every single police department in America'
A New York City law enforcement union, the Police Benevolent Association (PBA), endorsed President Trump in the race for the White House as the president used an appearance before the group to rip into Democrats over policing.
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Kings suspend mascot actor accused of sexual harassment in lawsuit
A former member of the Los Angeles Kings "Ice Crew" has accused the man who plays the team mascot of sexual harassment in a lawsuit.
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How to adapt special education to the remote-learning reality
Parents of children in special education programs and students may find remote learning incredibly difficult. Here are some ideas parents, educators and service providers say can help.
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Over 700 Elvis Presley fans expected to attend pared-down vigil marking anniversary of singer's death
Elvis Presley fans are keeping his memory alive. 
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5-year-old Cannon Hinnant laid to rest after allegedly being gunned down by neighbor
Family and friends gathered Thursday to lay to rest a little North Carolina boy who always had a smile on his face — as the motive for his senseless murder over the weekend remained a mystery. “[You] can’t imagine what it’s like to hold your son in your arms with a gunshot wound to the...
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EA UFC 4 keeps in tone with MMA's signature video game series
The latest edition of the UFC's popular video game series dropped Friday, and as usual, there are pros and cons.        Related Stories5 burning questions heading into UFC 252UFC 252 video: Stipe Miocic, Daniel Cormier have final faceoff before title-fight trilogyKhabib Nurmagomedov says UFC 'will negotiate' Georges St-Pierre fight after UFC 254 
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Brad Pitt fires back at ex Angelina Jolie after she filed request to remove judge amid divorce battle
Brad Pitt's attorneys slammed his ex-wife Angelina Jolie's attempt to dismiss a private judge amid the couple's ongoing divorce battle.
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R. Kelly's ex-manager called in threat to stop docuseries premiere: Feds
The threat forced the theater to evacuate and cancel the showing.
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Indians option Mike Clevinger, Zach Plesac to alternate site after team meeting
Mike Clevinger and Zach Plesac were given their chance to share some thoughts with Indians players, but neither will be rejoining the clubhouse yet.       
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Kamala Harris a centrist? That’s the biggest myth of 2020
By the time the 2020 campaign ends, president-in-waiting Kamala Harris will have been transformed into the greatest exemplar of judicious centrism and political level-headedness in American history. “Kamala Harris comes from the middle-of-the-road, moderate wing of the Democratic Party,” claims George Stephanopoulos. Though The New York Times was the first to call Joe Biden’s running...
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Bernie Madoff’s brother released from home confinement
The younger brother of Ponzi king Bernard Madoff has been released from home confinement and from federal custody, the Bureau of Prisons said Friday. Peter Madoff, who had served about nine years of his sentence, was released from home confinement on Thursday, said Justin Long, a spokesman for the federal Bureau of Prisons. He had...
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Canadiens’ Claude Julien leaves NHL bubble, heads back to Montreal after hospitalization
Montreal Canadiens’ head coach Claude Julien is leaving the bubble and heading back home after he was admitted to the hospital following Wednesday night’s Game 1 loss against the Philadelphia Flyers. 
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The University of Oregon is covering racist murals in its library, one of which references the need to conserve 'our racial heritage'
The University of Oregon is covering the controversial murals that have decorated the halls of its largest library after years of protest over the murals' racist language and portrayal of Indigenous people.
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This is a revolution and other commentary
Neocon: This Is a Revolution Commentary’s Abe Greenwald declares: “The battle for the survival of the United States of America is upon us.” Leftist radicals “are demanding, and in some cases getting, a new and exotic country. The police are indeed being defunded. The statues are coming down. The heretics are being outed. The dissenters...
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WWE 'SmackDown' Results: Who Will Face Bayley for the Title at SummerSlam?
Alexa Bliss will discuss her interaction with "The Fiend" tonight.
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Protest held outside New York bakery over MAGA cake, bakery says it is still making the design
A protest was held outside of a New York bakery Thursday over a MAGA hat cake.
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No, Kamala Harris’ citizenship is not in doubt
Kamala Harris was born in Oakland, Calif. That makes her an American citizen and eligible for the vice presidency (and even presidency) of the United States. It’s pure nonsense to suggest otherwise — as President Trump has done. “I heard it today that [Harris] doesn’t meet the requirements,” he said Thursday. Well, you heard wrong,...
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Prosecutors allege R. Kelly's former manager called in gun threats to 'Surviving R. Kelly' screening
R. Kelly's former manager is facing another set of criminal charges, after federal prosecutors accused him on Friday of calling in a threat to a New York City theater to stop a screening of a docuseries that included allegations the singer sexually abused minor girls and adult women.
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USPS removes mail collection boxes and reduces hours as Trump administration accused of voter suppression
• Obama: Trump is trying to 'kneecap' the postal service
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Don’t believe the left: This anti-Trump FBI lawyer’s abuse was outrageous
Democrats — and their puppets in the media — are pooh-poohing news that anti-Trump ex-FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith will plead guilty to lying in Robert Mueller’s Russiagate probe. They want you to believe it was all “an innocent mistake.” Don’t buy it. This is an outrageous case of official abuse. Clinesmith, for starters, was not...
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Taiwan risks being caught in the power struggle between the US and China
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Non-European citizens can visit their unmarried partners in 10 EU countries, but some require proof
More European countries are making exceptions so that binational unmarried couples no longer have to remain separated, but some require proof.       
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New York Yankees place Aaron Judge on IL due to 'very mild' calf strain
A "very mild" strain of his right calf has landed New York Yankees star Aaron Judge on the 10-day injured list.       
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