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Vice President Pence set to address thousands of worshippers in Dallas amid Texas coronavirus spike

Insight from Fox News contributor Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, and Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel.
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Fauci says US has 'a serious problem' with the coronavirus, as younger people drive the surge of new cases

"The only way we're going to end it is by ending it together," Anthony Fauci, a top infectious disease expert said.
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Former Antifa member responds to Rep. Jerry Nadler's claim that radical group is 'imaginary'

Gabriel Nadales, former Antifa member, responds on 'The Ingraham Angle.'
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Simpsons ends use of white actors to voice people of colour

The decision by the US comedy show follows years of criticism over a white actor playing an Indian.
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Anisimova rallies to beat Dolehide in Charleston

Amanda Anisimova saved a match point en route to a 5-7, 7-5, 10-2 victory over fellow American Caroline Dolehide at the invitational women's tennis tournament in Charleston, South Carolina. Anisimova, 18, was staring at defeat when she trailed 5-7, 3-5 against her hard-hitting opponent, but the 2019 French Open semi-finalist blasted a forehand down the line to save match point and turned the tide, eventually triumphing in a 10-point tiebreaker. With the WTA slated to resume play in Palerm...
Tags: News, Sports, Palermo, Charleston, Charleston South Carolina, Anisimova, Amanda Anisimova, Caroline Dolehide, Dolehide


Maryland GOP Asks For In-Person Voting For General Election

Maryland GOP Asks For In-Person Voting For General Election
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CHOP protesters refuse to let Seattle city officials clear barriers

Crews from the Department of Transportation pulled back when police say they were confronted by armed protesters; Claudia Cowan reports.
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In 2017, Two Historic Accidents Shook The U.S. Navy (Here Is What They Learned)

Two deadly collisions involving U.S. Navy destroyers in June and August 2017 may have cost the lives of up to sixteen sailors, leading the Navy to declare a day-long operational pause to reflect upon its safety culture.
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Pritzker, Lightfoot dismiss Trump letter on Chicago violence as 'stunt'

Gov. Pritzker and Mayor Lightfoot both dismissed the letter as a stunt to distract from the rising COVID-19 cases around the country.
Tags: News, Chicago, Trump, Pritzker, Lightfoot, Pritzker Lightfoot


Daytime Emmy winners acknowledge COVID-19 epidemic, racial justice efforts in remote ceremony

Scrapping original plans for a traditional ceremony, the Daytime Emmys went on remotely Friday, with 'The Talk' stars hosting from their homes.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Police: Thieves Broke Into Newly Reopened Rocklin Restaurant And Steal Thousands From Safe

ROCKLIN (CBS13) — A Rocklin restaurant owner is regrouping after her business was broken into and a safe was stolen. Newcastle Pizzeria Rocklin had just reopened their doors after closing for several months because of the COVID-19 crisis when another crisis hit. Owner Julie Sattler said on Tuesday morning thieves cut power to the shopping center where they are located and broke in. “So no cameras, no alarm was going off when they broke in,” she said. They jimmied the door and tried to cut throug...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Rocklin, Kelsey Jones, Sattler, Greg Jensen, Rocklin News, Rocklin Police, Coronavirus Reopening, Newcastle Pizzeria Rocklin, Julie Sattler, Stella It


Majors confronting short time period before opening day

Forget about those halcyon first few days of spring training, when arranging for the right tee time on the right golf course is often more challenging than the work on the field. When major leaguers report next week for spring training 2.0 - or perhaps more accurately, baseball's first summer camp - time will be one precious commodity with about three weeks to go before opening day. ... Multiple ups for the starters,'' Kansas City manager Mike Matheny said Friday on a video conf...
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Confirmed New Coronavirus Cases Hit All-Time High In U.S.

The number of confirmed new coronavirus cases per day in the U.S. hit an all-time high of 40,000 Friday — eclipsing the mark set during one of the deadliest stretches in late April. The resurgence has led some governors to backtrack or at least pause the reopening of their states.
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Trump’s Use Of Pentagon Funds For His Border Wall Violated The Constitution, Court Rules

“The Executive Branch lacked independent Constitutional authority to authorize the transfer" of $2.5 billion.
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Leaders Re-examine U.S. Reopenings as Coronavirus Cases Hit Another Record

Officials nationwide were rethinking their efforts to slow the virus, which the nation’s top infectious disease expert said were “not working.”
Tags: Florida, Texas, News, California, United States, Bars and Nightclubs, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Coronavirus Reopenings


US restricts visas for Chinese officials over Hong Kong freedoms

Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says visa restrictions apply to ‘current and former’ communist party officials, but does not name them The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has said Washington will impose visa restrictions on Chinese officials responsible for restricting freedoms in Hong Kong, but he did not name any of those targeted.The move on Friday comes ahead of a three-day meeting of China’s parliament from Sunday, which is expected to enact new national security legislation for Hong Kong ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Washington, China, US, World news, US news, Asia Pacific, Washington Dc, State, Mike Pompeo


The President, concerned how it would look if he got sick, insists on stronger protections even as he downplays the surge of new cases

Track the spread | Your questions answered | Mask mandates
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Kings move up to No. 2 in NHL draft, but the lottery winner remains a mystery

The Kings moved up to second in the NHL draft on Friday, but the winner of the lottery won't be known until after the qualifying round of the playoffs.
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A journalist who covered Trump's Tulsa rally tests positive for COVID-19

A reporter who covered US President Donald Trump's rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has tested positive for the coronavirus.
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Over 130 Pounds Of Illegal Fireworks Confiscated In Tracy

TRACY (CBS13) – The Tracy Police Department said 138 pounds of illegal fireworks were confiscated from a resident on Wednesday. Authorities said the resident was selling aerial fireworks, which are illegal in the state. Their identity was not released. (credit: Tracy PD) “These types of fireworks are a danger to those who use them and present a very real threat of causing a fire,” the department said in a news release. “In San Joaquin County, there is a task force led by the District Attorney’...
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1,700 troops will support Trump's 4th of July celebration plans, Pentagon says

About 1,700 troops will provide support to the "Salute to America" celebrations in Washington, D.C., as well as flyovers of other cities.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Washington, America, Pentagon, Usa Today, Trump


Judge delays dropping Michael Flynn's criminal case

A federal appeals court this week ordered the criminal case against Michael Flynn to be dropped. But U.S. district judge Emmet Sullivan has yet to dismiss the case. CBS News correspondent Catherine Herridge joined CBSN to discuss.
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Celebrate Fourth of July Safely

You may not be able to congregate for parades or fireworks, but there are other options when it comes to having a festive Fourth.
Tags: News, Fireworks, Independence Day (US) (July 4, Declaration of Independence (US, Coronavirus Risks and Safety Concerns


Coates: This is proof this country is in crisis

CNN's Laura Coates slams the Trump administration and its coronavirus task force as the US sees the highest single day of new Covid-19 cases yet, with 40,173 new cases reported.
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Laura Coates: This is proof that this country is in crisis

CNN's Laura Coates slams the Trump administration and its coronavirus task force as the US sees the highest single day of new Covid-19 cases yet, with 40,173 new cases reported.
Tags: News, US, Cnn, Stories, Trump, Laura Coates


Airline executives and Pence agree to move forward with contact tracing of passengers

Vice President Mike Pence has told major airlines to move forward with an industry-led solution for the contact tracing of passengers during the coronavirus pandemic.
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2021 five-star Center Chet Holmgren announces Georgetown in top seven

The 7-foot unicorn has a tough decision to make very soon.
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'The Simpsons' to stop using white actors to voice non-white characters

"The Simpsons" will no longer use white actors to voice non-white characters, according to the show's producers.
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Kevin Durant wouldn't have played in NBA restart even if fully healthy

Kevin Durant would have been the highest profile healthy player to opt out of the NBA's restart.
Tags: News, Sports, Nba, Kevin Durant



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