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JetBlue Bans Masks With Vents

Face masks with valves to make breathing more comfortable defeat the whole purpose of wearing masks, experts say—and JetBlue has joined airlines banning them. The airline says that as of Aug. 10, masks with vents or exhalation valves will no longer be acceptable, and passengers will no longer be...

Kim directs aid to North Korean town under virus…

North Korean state media say leader Kim Jong Un directed government agencies to act immediately to stabilize the livelihoods of residents in a city locked down over coronavirus concerns

28,000-year-old cave lion found in permafrost

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Joe Biden to Accept Democratic Presidential…

Joe Biden to Accept Democratic Presidential Nomination in Delaware. The Democratic National Convention (DNC) had previously scheduled the former vice president to be in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. According to the DNC Committee, the change is due to COVID-19. From the very beginning of this pandemic, we put the health and safety of the American people first. We followed the science, listened to doctors and public health experts, and we continued making adjustments to our plans in order to protect lives, DNC Chair Tom Perez, via statement. That's the kind of steady and responsible leadership America deserves. And that's the leadership Joe Biden will bring to the White House, DNC Chair Tom Perez, via statement. Sources tell CNN that the DNC Committee and Biden campaign decided that speakers should avoid Milwaukee as well. The fear of community spread in Milwaukee, with media, production teams and party officials was just getting to be too much. We don't want to risk anyone's health for this, Democratic official, via CNN. With the new changes, it appears the Democratic National Convention will almost be completely virtual. According to CNN, the convention starts on August 17 and ends on the 20th. Sources add that once Biden chooses a vice presidential running mate, he'll give a speech at an unknown location

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Twitter Hack Suspect's Hearing ZoomBombed

An online hearing for the teen accused of masterminding last month's massive Twitter hack was delayed Wednesday—by hackers. The Tampa judge briefly suspended the hearing for 17-year-old Graham Clark after "ZoomBombers" posing as CNN and BBC reports played loud rap music and displayed pornographic images, WFLA reports. After the...

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Tracking the life of Hurricane Isaias

Isaias' track from the Caribbean to the United States was a bumpy one. We break down its life as a hurricane and give some interesting facts about the storm.

Odd Man Rush

Trailer for 'Odd Man Rush' starring Dylan Playfair, Elektra Jansson-Kilbey, Trevor Gretzky, Caspar Phillipson, Kazy Tauginas

Cop Showed Off Her Pics at the Worst Time: Report

Looks like a cop really did show off Lauren McCluskey's explicit photos to male co-workers—including on the night she was killed, the Salt Lake Tribune reports. A report released Wednesday finds that Miguel Deras, the University of Utah police officer in charge of her sexual-extortion case , needlessly showed her...

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Instagram Launches 'Uncannily Similar' TikTok…

Instagram has launched its own rival to TikTok—days after President Trump gave TikTok's owners a deadline either sell its US operations to a US firm or have the app shut down. The new feature, Reels, is part of Instagram instead of a standalone app, but it strongly resembles TikTok...

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Trump says he'll listen to both sides on Alaska…

President Donald Trump says he would “listen to both sides” after his eldest son and a campaign adviser urged him to intervene to block a proposed copper and gold mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region

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How to Help Lebanon Following the Explosion in…

How to Help Lebanon , Following the Explosion in Beirut. A massive warehouse explosion in Beirut killed at least 100 people, injured thousands and displaced hundreds of thousands on Tuesday. Consider donating to these causes to help the people of Beirut. Impact Lebanon, The non-profit has already raised almost $4 million of its $5 million goal to help with disaster relief. The Lebanese Red Cross, The group provides ambulance services and will help with noncritical injuries at its first aid stations. Humanity & Inclusion, H&I has launched a campaign to help victims with rehabilitation services and post-surgical physical therapy. Live, Love, Beirut, The organization is gathering funds to disperse among local non-governmental organizations. Beit El Baraka, The group assists elderly individuals in the area with medical services and other needs

Weekslong Dispute Ends With Rapper Banned From…

Rapper Talib Kweli has been kicked off Twitter for allegedly harassing a woman over a period of weeks. The Guardian reports that the rapper's dispute with Maya Moody started July 9, when she responded to a tweet containing a list of Black rappers, including Kweli, who are married to Black...

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AccuWeather's 2020 US fall forecast

Dreaming of fall? Although it may be getting closer and closer each day, it might not feel like autumn for a while.

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The Dark End Of The Street

Trailer for 'The Dark End of the Street' starring Scott Friend, Brooke Bloom, Lindsay Burdge, Michael Cyril Creighton, Jennifer Kim

Trump Calls Obama's Eulogy for John Lewis…

Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade and President Trump gave their assessments of former President Barack Obama's eulogy for Rep. John Lewis , and it was essentially two thumbs down. Fox News reports the eulogy praised Lewis' efforts on the civil rights front, called for the strengthening of voting rights, and...

Biden's Response to Reporter: 'Are You a Junkie?'

Joe Biden confirmed he has not taken a cognitive test in a testy exchange with a CBS reporter—and it sounds like he definitely doesn't intend to. "Why the hell would I take a test? Come on, man," the 77-year-old said in response to a question from CBS' Errol Barnett...