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Frank Sinatra's Daughter Makes Surprising Claim…

Donald Trump’s plans for a new landmark honoring "the greatest Americans who ever lived" is off to a rocky start.

New Stimulus Checks May Be On The Way – Here's…

There may finally be an official stimulus check update soon, with Congress appearing increasingly likely to take action on a new stimulus package later this month.

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Terrifying Brain-Eating Amoeba Resurfaces In…

The state's Health Department has confirmed the case, saying only that the patient is in Hillsborough County.

This Is How Dr. Fauci Protects Himself Against…

At 79 years old, Dr. Fauci is in the at-risk category, so he’s taking several precautions to reduce his own risk of infection.

2 Dead, 6 Missing After Planes Collide Over Lake

Two people are confirmed dead and as many as six others are missing after two planes collided on Sunday afternoon over an Idaho lake.

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'Blasphemous' Film Starring Paris Jackson As…

Nearly 300,000 people have signed a petition aiming to block the release of the independent film "Habit."

103-Year-Old Dives Right Out Of The Sky

Falling from 14,000 feet up is hair-raising enough, but doing it at 103? "I never thought I would be around this long," Al Blaschke told ABC News after making his Guinness World Records-breaking leap with two grandsons.

After Flight, Senator Slams Airline: 'Incredibly…

Jeff Merkley flew on American Airlines last week, and he wasn't happy with how his flight went—specifically, on how crowded it was in the midst of the pandemic. "How many Americans will die bc you fill middle seats, w/ your customers shoulder to shoulder, hour after hour," the Democratic...

Nationals cancel workout because of COVID-19…

The Washington Nationals have canceled their team workout this morning because of COVID-19 testing delays

Rare Footage Of Newborn Gorilla In The Wild

Here's some rare footage of a newborn gorilla in the wild.

Happy Birthday, 50 Cent!

Happy Birthday, 50 Cent! Curtis James Jackson III, also known as 50 Cent, was born July 6, 1975, and turns 45. He was born in Queens, New York City. The rapper’s compilation album, Guess Who’s Back?, led to his discovery by Eminem and Dr. Dre. He later released his debut studio album, Get Rich or Die Tryin'. 50 Cent founded G-Unit Records in 2003. The rapper is the executive producer of the Starz series, Power. He has starred in Power and the film, Get Rich or Die Tryin'. He is one of the best-selling rappers with several awards, including a Grammy, American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards and more. Happy Birthday, 50 Cent!

Candidate Kanye, You've Got Some Work to Do

Kanye West declared over the weekend that he was running for president in 2020. But there's a big difference between declaring a run and actually running, and it doesn't appear that West has made much, if any, progress on the staggering logistics involved. Publicity stunt? Devious political maneuver? The reaction...

Minnesota Town Honors Prince With Life-Sized…

Prince fans may not have heard of Henderson Minnesota, but they're sure to recognize it. The Minnesota town is where one of the most famous scenes from Prince's movie "Purple Rain" was filmed. According to CNN, Henderson has memorialized the late entertainer with a life-sized bronze statue of Prince. The statue stands in a garden filled with purple flowers and other tributes to the artist. A mural of Prince leaning on a Little Red Corvette looks down on the statue, which was installed on June 28.

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COVID-19 Efforts Disrupt Progress In Fighting…

Health experts warn of setbacks in HIV, tuberculosis and malaria response efforts because of the focus on COVID-19.

Showers, storms to pester Southeast this week

The unsettled pattern will continue across the southeastern U.S. this week as each afternoon brings the chance for showers and drenching thunderstorms.

ATypical Wednesday

Trailer for 'Wednesdays' starring J. Lee, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Seth Green, Sujata Day, Kelen Coleman

As Others Watched in Horror, Tiger Attacked…

A 5-year-old Siberian tiger attacked and killed a zookeeper Saturday at Switzerland's Zurich Zoo as other staff and guests looked on in horror. The BBC reports the attack on the 55-year-old keeper happened just after 1pm local time in the tiger enclosure, where Irina, the female tiger who went after...

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2 Dead, 6 Possibly Missing After Planes Collide…

Two people are confirmed dead and as many as six others are missing after two planes collided on Sunday afternoon over an Idaho lake, NBC News reports. Per the Spokesman-Review , the crash that took place around 2:20pm local time over Lake Coeur d'Alene involved a single-engine Cessna TU206G and...

During pandemic, Nicaraguan doctors face…

Inside Nicaragua’s public hospitals, the walls are plastered with political propaganda, ruling-party activists ensure no information leaks out, and doctors were once forbidden from wearing masks

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Science Reveals Why Our Shoelaces Come Untied

Here's why our shoelaces come untied.

This Day in History: American Colonies Declare…

This Day in History: American Colonies Declare Independence July 4, 1776 The Declaration of Independence was adopted in Philadelphia during the first Continental Congress. 12 colonies would ratify the Declaration on this day. New York would ratify on the twelfth. Written by Thomas Jefferson, the Declaration was essentially a list of colonist grievances with the British. Jefferson's ideas about equality were borrowed largely from European philosophers, including John Locke. The famous words, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal ..." would alter the course of human history. The United States would become an independent nation with the defeat of the British and signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783.