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Why fantasy owners should target veteran arms now

As the MLB All-Star break approaches, fantasy baseball owners seeking a championship are neck-deep in preparations for a second-half push up the standings. Some are plotting out their attack on the next set of rookie call-ups, some are trading for more proven talent, and everyone is looking for reliable arms to carry them through. With...
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How to make "maskne" a thing of the past, according to experts
To help those of you have who have experienced maskne these past few months, we spoke with dermatologists and nurses on how they've learned to treat — and prevent — acne around your face mask.
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Fastly's stock plummets because its largest customer is TikTok
Fastly, one of the pandemic's best-performing new companies, took a hit this morning after reports that the president would ban its largest customer, TikTok.
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UNC Chapel Hill's coronavirus reopening guidelines sparks protest from students, faculty
Dozens of students and staff lay down outside UNC's South Building on Wednesday in protest.
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Gov. Cuomo says NY needs $30 billion thanks to coronavirus
Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned Thursday that New York will need an influx of $30 billion from the federal government over the next two years to plug its growing deficit, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. “We will have to take drastic measures if the federal government doesn’t do what is responsible to help state and local...
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U.S. State Department Eases Global Coronavirus Travel Advisory
The department cited regional changes in the coronavirus pandemic, including significant improvements in some areas and declines in public health in others.
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Val Kilmer’s actress daughter Mercedes slams rabid paparazzi: ‘So evil’
"I was traumatized by people trying to climb our gates," she said.
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Lack of study and oversight raises concerns about tear gas
SALEM, Ore. — On June 2, Justin LaFrancois attended a protest against police violence and racism in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, where he planned to livestream the event for his alternative newspaper’s website. Shortly into the march, police, who reported that water bottles and rocks were being thrown at them, unleashed a volley of tear...
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De Blasio suggests Cuomo is wrong to ask New York City's wealthy to return, says residents shouldn't buy cars
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday suggested that Gov. Andrew Cuomo was wrong to call on wealthy New Yorkers to return to the city amid the coronavirus pandemic and an uptick in crime.
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Pence, DeVos visit NC school to promote reopening. A week later, students quarantine due to COVID-19 case.
Last week, Pence vowed to "make sure that this school, and schools all across American, have the support to open up and to stay open."       
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How To Watch Shia LaBeouf’s ‘The Tax Collector’ On Demand
David Ayer's new crime thriller premieres Friday, August 7 on VOD!
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Hear Trump's reaction to Gov. DeWine's positive test
President Donald Trump reacts to news that Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for Covid-19 just hours before he was scheduled to meet with Trump in Cleveland. CNN's Ryan Nobles has more.
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Katy Perry reflects on why she split with Orlando Bloom in 2017
The couple is now engaged and expecting a baby girl.
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‘Knight Rider’ movie with a ‘present-day take’ in the works
Spyglass Media Group will develop a film based on the 1980s classic action series, "Knight Rider."
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The gruesome aftermath of Tucker Poolman blocking shot with his face
Winnipeg Jets defenseman Tucker Poolman is willing to do whatever it takes to push the team further in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Even if that means taking a puck flying full-speed straight to the face. “Guy’s got a golf ball on the side of his cheek,” teammate Andrew Copp said in a video revealing Poolman’s...
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Three Detroit casinos reopening after months away
Detroit's three casinos are reopening at limited capacity after nearly five months of being closed due to the coronavirus (Aug. 6)       
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Parolee busted in connection to fatal shooting in East New York
A young parolee was busted in connection to a fatal shooting in Brooklyn two months ago, police said Thursday. Marcus Worrell, 24, was arrested Wednesday afternoon and charged with murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon in connection to the shooting on June 5 in East New York, according to police. The arrest comes as...
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Without childcare, it will be a rough road to recovery
Editor's Note: A version of this story appeared in CNN's Work Transformed newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free, here.
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Hannity on New York's legal move against the NRA: It shows the radical left's broader agenda
New York Attorney General Letitia James’ move to sue the NRA has “political timing,” Fox News host Sean Hannity said on Thursday, citing it to explain an overarching agenda of the "radical left" that makes the upcoming election a "tipping point" for the United States.
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Report: Trump Campaign Denied Request for Fourth Presidential Debate
The Commission on Presidential Debates on Thursday rejected a request by President Donald Trump's re-election campaign to add a fourth debate in early September or change the date of one of the events, according to Axios. 
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16 picks for weekend culture: Brandi Carlile, James Turrell, K-pop dance party
Brandi Carlile joins the L.A. Phil, Lin-Manuel Miranda sits in with Alan Menken, and an L.A.-area theater reads "A Poison Squad of Whispering Women."
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Employees perform better with a competitive workplace, study says
More than half of workers in the US think competition among colleagues motivates them to do better at their job, according to a new study commissioned by sales performance and time management software company Prodoscore. In a sample of 1,000 respondents across different industries, 67% said they were interested in knowing how they stack up...
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Watchdog says Florida is in 'good shape' for vote-by-mail in November — but adds, 'this is Florida'
"I think we're in good shape, but I could easily be proven wrong given that this is Florida," said Ben Wilcox, research director of Integrity Florida.        
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DHS chief details attacks by rioters on law enforcement in Portland with sledgehammers, IEDs
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf on Thursday detailed to senators the assaults that federal law enforcement had been subjected to from rioters in Portland -- saying officers had been attacked with weapons including sledgehammers and improvised explosive devices (IED).
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Gwyneth Paltrow says she knew marriage with Chris Martin was over 'years' before ‘consciously uncoupling’
Gwyneth Paltrow knew Chris Martin relationship was over “years” before “consciously uncoupling.”
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Gov. Cuomo says school reopening plan needs teachers’ backing
Gov. Cuomo said Thursday that reopening schools will only work with the backing of teachers. With debates raging over the resumption of classroom learning across the state, Cuomo stressed that a return to buildings will require more than parental support. “The teachers have to believe the plan makes sense, as well as parents,” he said....
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New Jersey landlord demanded sexual favors from tenants in exchange for housing, feds say
The lawsuit accuses the landlord of "demanding that tenants provide him with sexual favors" in order to either obtain or keep their housing.
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WATCH: Knife-Wielding Man Allegedly Charges Officer, Gets Shot
Body cam footage from Sheboygan, Wisconsin, shows 32-year-old Kevan Ruffin, Jr., allegedly armed with knives and charging at police officer Bryan Pray, then getting shot.
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Lawyer suing California over school closures says order unconstitutional, takes away 'fundamental right'
Newsom has said that "[l]earning is nonnegotiable" under his plan and that it is important in-person instruction only happen when "if it can be done safely." But conservative lawyer Harmeet Dhillon is spearheading a suit against Newsom in federal court that claims not only will students' learning outcomes be harmed by remote learning, but that by preventing students from going to school, Newsom is violating their rights under both the Constitution and federal law. 
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European court adviser sides against prime McCann suspect
BERLIN — A legal adviser to Europe’s top court issued an opinion Thursday that could make it easier for Germany to keep in prison a new suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the British toddler who vanished from a Portuguese resort 13 years ago. In the non-binding opinion, Advocate General Michal Bobek said that...
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Fmr. Republican strategist: 'It was all a lie'
Former GOP strategist Stuart Stevens speaks with Christiane about his disillusionment with his old party and why he once "represented the worst of the political system."
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Mortgage rates hit another all-time low
If it seems like you keep hearing about mortgage rates hitting yet another record low, that's because you are. The 30-year mortgage rate just hit its eighth record low so far this year.
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‘A League of Their Own’ series headed to Amazon
"A classic movie, reimagining it for a new generation."
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Murder Charges Filed Against Suspect in Fatal CHOP Zone Shooting
The King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office filed first-degree murder charges Wednesday against a man who allegedly shot and killed a teenager inside Seattle's Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP) zone.
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‘Drunk’ Lyft rider puts driver in chokehold over COVID-19 barrier: video
A drunken man attacked a Lyft driver in Florida over his plastic partition to protect himself from COVID-19, putting the man in a chokehold from the backseat, wild video shows. The footage released by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office shows Travis S. Smith, 36, chatting it up with a Lyft driver just after midnight Sunday...
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How An American Pickle’s Pickler Pickled Its Pickles
Plus: his secret recipe for the nastiest-looking pickles around.
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Mariah Carey's estranged sister suing their mother for alleged Satanic sexual abuse
Mariah Carey’s estranged sister is suing their mother claiming that she was forced to endure sexual abuse from multiple men by way of Satanic worship meetings when she was a child.
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Chris Wallace says Trump wouldn't want more debates if he was leading in polls
If President Trump were leading in the polls against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, he probably wouldn't want more debates, "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace told the "Brian Kilmeade Show" Thursday.
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Montana plans mail-in voting for November runoff
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock issued a directive Thursday allowing counties to expand voting by mail and early voting for the November general election. (August 6)       
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How Music Could Become a Crucial Part of Your Sleep Hygiene
An unlikely sedative has seen a spike in usage around bedtime: music. Here's how sleep music became a mainstream relaxation tool
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Stephen Colbert, James Corden returning to studios next week
The shows have filmed remotely since March.
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Actress Geena Davis looks to pull up stakes in Pacific Palisades
Oscar-winning actress Geena Davis has listed her longtime Pacific Palisades home for sale at $5.995 million.
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Beirut in crisis after deadly explosion. Here's what's being done to help.
As many as 300,000 people have been displaced by the explosion, according to the city's estimates.
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Astros vs. Diamondbacks prediction: Arizona has the advantage
Though many eyes are on the Houston Astros given the controversies of the past few seasons, the Arizona Diamondbacks are a team that has a young pitcher who is looking to keep a pretty remarkable streak going on Thursday. Diamondbacks starter Zac Gallen has shown the ability to keep his team in every game he...
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Karen Bass says she thinks Trump is racist and he is 'essentially giving license to racists'
California Rep. Karen Bass said in an interview aired Thursday that she believes President Donald Trump is racist and that he is "essentially giving license to racists."
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UFC on ESPN+ 32 breakdown: Can Aleksei Oleinik make Derrick Lewis his latest submission victim?
MMA Junkie fight analyst Dan Tom takes a closer look at the UFC on ESPN+ 32 main event between Derrick Lewis and Aleksei Oleinik.        Related StoriesMMA Junkie Radio #3076: Bellator 243, UFC on ESPN+ 32 previews and much moreBellator 243 predictions: Chandler or Henderson? Which former champ comes out on top?DWCS 27 winner Jordan Leavitt unafraid to grapple anyone: 'You have to be really good to tap me' 
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Bellator 243 breakdown: Will former champ Michael Chandler stay on track vs. Benson Henderson?
MMA Junkie fight analyst Dan Tom takes a closer look at the Bellator 243 main event between Michael Chandler and Benson Henderson.       Related StoriesDana White's Contender's Series 27: Grading the winnersUFC on ESPN+ 32: Make your predictions for Derrick Lewis vs. Aleksei OleinikSlowing the hype train: 6 hot prospects who suffered shock defeats 
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Georgia students punished over photos of crowded school
One student received a five-day suspension for sharing a video of her school during dismissal.
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