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Conor McGregor is engaged to longtime girlfriend Dee Devlin
Conor McGregor finally put a ring on it.
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Red Sox vs. Blue Jays: Boston will find a way in this one
Let’s play two! Because odds are you are not going to tune into the Dominican Day Virtual Parade … Game 1: A pair of struggling pitchers throw at Fenway on Sunday. The homeless Blue Jays go with Matt Shoemaker who was shelled for six runs over 4²/₃ innings by the Braves. Boston’s Nathan Eovaldi has...
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Schumer denounces 'faulty' and 'unworkable' Trump coronavirus executive actions
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer appears on ABC's "This Week" after coronavirus relief negotiations faltered and President Donald Trump signed four executive actions.
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Dr. Jill Biden on family, teaching, loss and levity
A community college teacher, even while serving as the second lady during the Obama administration, Dr. Jill Biden says she wants to continue to teach even if her husband, former vice president Joe Biden, wins the presidency. In an interview with correspondent Rita Braver, Jill talks about her childhood, her marriage, standing up for her family, th
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Donald Trump Jr. says Kimberly Guilfoyle is ‘the boss’ in their relationship
She's also apparently in charge of decorating their Bridgehampton home.
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RV life booms during the pandemic
Looking to take a vacation while avoiding COVID? Midrange recreational vehicles are hot, as many families explore public spaces while avoiding public hotels and bathrooms
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Does BP's conversion signal the end of Big Oil?
The plunge in oil demand caused by the pandemic won't fix the climate crisis. But it could force the oil industry to accelerate a shift away from fossil fuels as executives try to carve out a future in clean energy.
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Driven! The rise of RVs
Looking to take a vacation while avoiding COVID? Many families are heading out AND staying home, exploring public spaces while avoiding hotels and public bathrooms, by traveling in an RV. The pandemic is driving up sales of midrange recreational vehicles, which have nearly doubled compared to last summer. And as The New Yorker magazine's Kelefa San
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Utah cop fired for misuse of sexploitation victim’s photos before her murder
A Utah cop who showed off explicit photos of a sexploitation victim days before she was murdered has been fired from the force, his police chief has confirmed.
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White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow defends Trump's executive actions
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Lawsuit over NYPD discipline records highlights the tension between police and oversight agencies
Law enforcement agencies are under pressure to be more transparent when addressing accusations of bad behavior by their officers. The issue is hotly contested in the nation's largest city, where thousands of New York Police Department disciplinary records are up for grabs in a court battle slated to begin later this month.
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Zonnique Pullins says Bandhunta Izzy first fell for her blue hairstyle
Pullins is five months along.
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SF Giants' Johnny Cueto's no-hitter spoiled by defensive blunder
San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto carried a no-hitter into the bottom of the sixth inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday night when a touch of bad luck struck the team.
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Pelosi slams Trump's executive order as an 'illusion' in 'Fox News Sunday' interview
Pelosi, D-Calif., is leading negotiations over the next coronavirus relief bill with the White House and Republicans, along with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.
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Chef Robert Irvine: How restaurants can survive the pandemic
I've spent my entire career in restaurants — cooking in them, building them and helping the struggling ones stay afloat. So to say that it has been incredibly difficult to watch as the restaurant industry has been devastated by the coronavirus would be more than an understatement.
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Pop art, by bubble wrap artist Bradley Hart
Wielding a syringe instead of a brush, the artist injects paint into the plastic bubbles of the ubiquitous packing material, turning it into pointillist works of art
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Simon Cowell of 'America's Got Talent' breaks his back falling off electric bicycle
"AGT" judge Simon Cowell has been hospitalized with a broken back after testing his new electric bicycle at home. He was expected to have surgery.       
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Pop art: Painting with bubble wrap
Wielding a syringe instead of a brush, artist Bradley Hart injects paint into the plastic bubbles of bubble wrap, turning the ubiquitous packing material into pointillist works of art. Correspondent Lee Cowan reports.
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Azar arrives in Taiwan, marking the most senior US visit in decades
US Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar has arrived in Taiwan, according to an HHS spokesperson, marking the most senior US visit to the country in decades.
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How experts would clean up our COVID nightmare if they were in charge
Here's how four public health experts say they'd clean up the United States' COVID-19 nightmare, if they were charge.
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Brazil surpasses 100,000 coronavirus deaths, shows no sign of curbing outbreak
Brazil’s coronavirus death toll surpassed 100,000 Saturday night, marking a grim milestone as the outbreak shows no signs of easing five months after the first reported case in the country.
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Higher education during a pandemic: Giving it the old college try
As colleges and universities resort to online-only instruction or socially-distanced in-person classes, the on-campus experience will be, for many, "some combination of a monastery and a minimum security prison"
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Kate Beckinsale poses in sultry bikini to show off hilarious, bizarre furniture for her cat
Kate Beckinsale celebrated International Cat Day by posing on a hammock in a revealing bikini while her feline friend struck a similar pose in a mini hammock of its own.
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Learning curve: Higher education during COVID
The coronavirus is leaving its mark on colleges and universities, perhaps permanently. With schools working hard to keep COVID-19 off-campus, 13% percent of colleges will offer online-only classes, while 35% will offer a mix of virtual and socially-distanced in-person classes. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger reports on how educators and
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Ohio governor's conflicting COVID-19 tests raise backlash
The Ohio governor’s positive, then negative, tests for COVID-19 have provided fuel for skeptics of government pandemic mandates and critics of his often-aggressive polices
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Prime suspect in Madeleine McCann case will never be tried, lawyer claims
“Where is the evidence? Why has the prosecution not revealed it?" Friedrich Fulscher asked.
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Yankees mailbag: Why Mike Tauchman won’t be a starter
You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Yankees. Why isn’t [Mike] Tauchman an every-day outfielder? — New York Knight Who do you want him to...
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Negro Leagues 100th anniversary sharpens focus on triumph amid racial inequality
Reflecting on the 100th anniversary of immensely popular Negro League baseball is particularly instructive during this time of racial reckoning.
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A surprise hero strikes: Five takeaways from the Clippers' win over the Trail Blazers
Five takeaways from the Clippers' 122-117 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers, including Rodney McGruder scoring the go-ahead basket.
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The New David Copperfield Movie Might Be Better Than the Book
Illustration by Arsh Raziuddin; Fox Searchlight Pictures; GettyThe child and the writer are born at the same moment, to the same mother, each to his separate destiny. The child’s is to see everything, feel everything, be everything, and live in the scraps and sparks of language by which he understands everything; the writer’s is to wait, and hide,
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