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Elderly man and neighbor’s pooch share an un-bark-able bond
This duo is keeping each other company during quarantine. Watch the sweet bond between Tilly the dog and Glyn, the elderly chap who lives next door, as they greet each other every day over a fence in South Wales, UK.   Subscribe to our YouTube here!
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China's Hong Kong law set to bar foreign judges from national security cases: sources
Beijing's planned national security legislation for Hong Kong is set to block its foreign judges from handling national security trials, people familiar with the matter said, which would exacerbate concerns about the city's judicial independence.
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Ranking all 8 of NFL's divisional worst-to-first contenders: Who could make leap in 2020?
After six NFL teams from 2015-18 made the worst-to-first leap, none did so last year. Can anyone accomplish the feat this season?        
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More Arrests Over $200 Million Worth of Meth Found in Bottles of Sriracha Chili Sauce
Around 880lbs of methylamphetamine was found inside 738 bottles shipped to Sydney from U.S last October.
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'PUBG' Update 1.45 Adds Ranked & Balance Tweaks on PS4 & Xbox - Patch Notes
"PUBG" has a new console update that brings a new Ranked mode to Xbox One and PS4. Read the full patch notes here.
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Texas GOP Chairman Says State Would 'Welcome' RNC As Trump Threatens North Carolina Withdrawal
James Dickey also said that Texas Republicans were "on track" to hold their own convention in Houston this summer.
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D.C.-area forecast: A tranquil Tuesday before humidity increases and clouds and showers arrive mid-to-late week
Beautiful warm weather dominates today with comfortable temperatures and just a touch of humidity.
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Meet the Manchester United fanatic opening a 33,000-piece museum
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Meet the Manchester United fanatic opening a 33,000-piece museum in Finland
The Finnish capital of Helsinki may not be the first place you'd expect to find a museum crammed with Manchester United memorabilia, but thousands of miles from Old Trafford is a building where Jere Virtanen houses the fruits of a longstanding obsession.
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VIDEO: Virus Hunters Seek To Solve The Mystery Of Coronavirus Origins
Evidence points to wildlife as the starting point. But it could take years to pinpoint the source.
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UK minister resigns over Dominic Cummings’ lockdown trip
Junior minister Douglas Ross said he could not tell constituents the adviser’s actions were justifiable.
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Hong Kong leader says security law will not hurt freedom amid global alarm
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday Beijing's proposed national security law for the city, which has raised alarm in the global financial centre and abroad, would not trample on its cherished rights and freedoms.
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Mail carriers injured from paintball attacks in DC and Maryland, $50G reward offered
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) looking for two suspects they say were behind multiple paintball attacks on U.S. Postal Service mail carriers in locations across the Washington D.C. and Maryland area, according to a release on Sunday.
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Health officials warn weekend revelers of "tragic impact"
The St. Louis County Public Health Department urged anyone who did not socially distance at the Lake of the Ozarks to self-quarantine.
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Power Up: Memorial Day weekend parties and crowds spark warnings from public health officials
The White House’s predictions coronavirus would be behind us by now fall flat.
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The Red Room, Finland's Manchester United museum
The Red Room is a brand new museum dedicated to Manchester United founded by a die-hard Finnish fan from Helsinki.
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Who is Khloé Kardashian trying to fool?
The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star caused an uproar after posting selfies which looked nothing like her — right in the middle of her ex’s alleged baby mama drama.
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U.S. small firms leave $150 billion in coronavirus stimulus untapped
When the U.S. government first rolled out forgivable loans to small businesses in early April under the Paycheck Protection Program, loan officers at Bank of the West in Grapevine, Texas worked nights and weekends to process a tsunami of applications.
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This country offers universal testing. Here's how they are doing it
With a population of less than 6 million, Denmark is making coronavirus testing available to anyone who wants it and residents are flocking to test centers in Copenhagen and other towns. CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports.
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Column: Why Bernie Sanders is dead wrong about what Joe Biden should look for in a running mate
Biden needs a boring running mate, ideally a centrist, wonky, pleasant one.
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Let's celebrate the funniest home run in Major League Baseball history
Twenty-seven years ago Tuesday, former MLB MVP Jose Canseco played a starring role in a hilarious home run.       
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5 things to know for May 26: Coronavirus, testing, China, Brazil, Ahmaud Arbery
Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day.
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The world sacrificed its elderly in the race to protect hospitals. The result was a catastrophe in nursing homes
Three months ago, as the novel coronavirus began to gain a foothold in countries across Europe, officials in the UK said they were still confident that the risk to the British public remained low.
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China's 'Bat Woman' from Wuhan Institute of Virology Says Known Viruses 'Just the Tip of the Iceberg' in Threat Humans Face
Shi Zhengli said scientists around the world must collaborate to defeat germs like the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
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Grimes says she and Elon Musk changed baby's name
"Did you change the baby name because of Californian laws ? What is the baby's new name?" a fan wrote, prompting a reply from Grimes.
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NBA Doesn't Want to Be 'Taking Tests Away From Citizens Who Need It,' Says Dallas Owner Mark Cuban
Over half of the NBA franchises have returned to training and the season is expected to resume at some point in late July.
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Trump and friends: Where European countries come down on Huawei
Deadline to beef up 5G security rules shows which capitals tally with US administration on Chinese gear.
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Op-Ed: Distance learning? Even my students will tell you that's not the future
Magic happens in a physical classroom, not through online platforms popularized during the coronavirus quarantine.
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The Story of Two Uncles From Mexico
A family is fighting to have their relatives buried in their home country. With the pandemic, that has become an almost impossible task.
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Judicial machine chugs along in Senate amid coronavirus pandemic
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's focus on nominees during the coronavirus crisis has rankled his Democratic colleagues.
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‘What we’re building can’t be taken away,’ Stephen Smith says of his run for West Virginia governor
"Never in American history, certainly not in West Virginia history, has a politician been the answer."
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Op-Ed: Why democracies do better at surviving pandemics
In the coronvirus crisis, authoritarian governments have shown the brittleness of their power while democracies have revealed their innate resilience.
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Charli D’Amelio is TikTok’s biggest star. She has no idea why.
She's amassed more than 56 million followers, danced with J Lo and helped out Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine — all while finishing sophomore year of high school.
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Letters to the Editor: Why it's reasonable for liquor stores but not churches to be deemed 'essential'
Hundreds of people gather at the same time in a church, allowing the coronavirus to spread easily. The same isn't true for liquor stores.
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Letters to the Editor: How rejecting the SAT and ACT injects more bias into UC's application process
If the UC system is going to introduce its own test, how does that help students who want to apply to UC and non-UC schools?
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Letters to the Editor: Opening schools is reckless without a plan to handle a surge in Kawasaki-like disease cases
A physician warns that pediatric ICU capacity needs to be expanded significantly before schools can reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Dr. Rashid Chotani: Coronavirus vaccine at warp speed – Will it be ready in 2020?
President Trump's Operation Warp Speed aims to have a completed vaccine for the novel coronavirus by the end of 2020. 
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Editorial: 100,000 Americans have died from COVID-19. As a nation, it's time to mourn and honor them
100,000 might be just a number, but it's a staggering amount of loss. America needs to find some way to mourn the dead, even as the pandemic still rages.
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Letters to the Editor: Not all local leaders can be trusted to reopen responsibly. Look at Orange County
A resident of Orange County worries that giving local authorities more say in lifting coronavirus restrictions puts lives at risk.
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Coronavirus: I was in the stay-home-until-it's-safe camp. But I just can't take it anymore.
I may have to turn in my progressive card, but I just can't stomach an extended coronavirus lockdown any longer. And neither can our country.      
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Democrats plot a disinformation counteroffensive for 2020 campaigns
Despite sophisticated tools to detect and track disinformation, Democrats still fail at confronting false content. A major tactical shift is underway.
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Reasons to consider using faux stone in your building project
Artificial stone can look almost as varied as the real thing and is much faster to work with because it's lighter.
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Editorial: How coronavirus is revealing the problems with 'fast science'
When does fast science become problematic science? COVID-19 is testing us on that question.
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Trump Can Call Me a 'Rogue Secretary of State.' But I Won't Let Lies Slide | Opinion
We cannot let misinformation—whether it comes from the White House, the Kremlin or anywhere else—sow seeds of doubt in our elections.
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House to Extend Small-Business Loan Aid, Restore Government Spy Powers in Historic Proxy Votes
The votes will mark the first time in American history that members will not have to be physically present on the floor for their position to be officially counted.
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My 86-Year Old Dad Wrecked His Car. He Still Won’t Hand over the Keys.
Stop trying to parent your aging parents.
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Coronavirus Has Taught Me That Living Far From Your Family Is a Mistake
With normal air travel now impossible, we who’ve made lives far from family are facing a painful reckoning.
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Dear Care and Feeding: My Stoner Friend Wants to Host My Daughter for a Sleepover
Parenting advice on babysitting while high, coronavirus child care, and toddler sleep transitions.
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