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Column On Kamala Harris' Eligibility Elicits…

An op-ed in Newsweek headlined "Some Questions for Kamala Harris About Eligibility" has stirred serious controversy.

Legendary Football Coach Raises Eyebrows With…

'They knew there were gonna be casualties': Lou Holtz recently compared college football's COVID-19 risk to Normandy.

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This Is The US Coronavirus Hot Spot That Keeps…

Dr. Ashish Jha, the director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, took to Twitter over the weekend to share an ominous warning about one particular Southern state.

10 Reactions To Biden Picking Kamala Harris

The reactions are pouring in, and the consensus is that Kamala Harris was the safe pick for Joe Biden's running mate — but that she's also an exciting one.

Couple Assaults Teen Sesame Place Worker Over…

A 17-year-old employee at Sesame Place was forced to undergo surgery after a mask dispute at the Pennsylvania theme park Sunday ended in an altercation. The worker had asked a couple to put on their masks earlier in the day; then, around 5pm, he encountered the man and woman again...

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US Suspects Maintenance Work Sparked Explosion

A US review has found that maintenance work probably triggered the deadly explosion in Beirut last week. The State Department is in agreement on the cause with Lebanese investigators, the Wall Street Journal reports, though President Trump had blamed "a bomb of some kind" immediately after the blast. US and...

Trump gives credence to false, racist Harris…

President Donald Trump is giving credence to a false and racist conspiracy about Kamala Harris’ eligibility to be president, fueling an online misinformation campaign that parallels the one he used to power his rise into politics

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Trump Admits to Refusing USPS Funding to Sabotage…

Trump Admits to Refusing USPS Funding to Sabotage Mail-In Ballots. President Donald Trump told Fox Business on Thursday that he will block additional funding and election assistance for the U.S. Postal Service. Trump also announced in a press conference on Wednesday that he will not be signing off on $25 billion in emergency funding for the USPS. He added that he would reject a $3.5 billion grant that would help the Postal Service process election-related mail. . But if they don't get those two items, that means you can't have universal mail-in voting. , Donald Trump, via Fox Business. Experts have disputed Trump’s claims that the USPS cannot handle the additional workload, saying the ballots would only add “0.2% of their normal volume.”

Column on Harris' Eligibility Elicits Widespread…

In her first full day as Joe Biden's choice to join the Democratic ticket in November, Sen. Kamala Harris had her right to be there publicly questioned. John Eastman wrote an op-ed piece for Newsweek headlined, "Some Questions for Kamala Harris About Eligibility." In it, the law professor discusses the...

Economist Breaks Down What Kamala Harris VP…

On Tuesday, Kamala Harris was announced as Joe Biden's Vice President for the Democratic Party ticket. How will that pick effect the economy? According to Allison Schrager, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, the markets seemed comfortable with Harris on the ballot. Last summer Harris proposed a tax on stock and bond trades. However, Schrager does not expect Biden and Harris to make that change if they're elected. She added that Biden and Harris "aren't particularly risk-takers as candidates." Schrager said the nation could expect higher income taxes and corporate taxes under a Biden-Harris administration.

Atlantic hurricane season approaching its peak

The heart of the Atlantic hurricane season is upcoming, and Bernie Rayno explains why an already busy season could become much more active.

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Attack Of The Unknown

Trailer for 'Attack of the Unknown' starring Tara Reid, Richard Grieco, Robert LaSardo, Douglas Tait, Tasha Reign

S&P Briefly Reaches Record Territory

The stock market had a relatively flat day on Thursday, though the S&P 500 briefly rose above its all-time record closing before ending the day lower, reports the AP . The benchmark S&P fell 6 points to 3,373, the Dow fell 79 points to 27,896, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq...

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Apple to Small Startup: Ditch That Logo or Else

Note to small startups: Try not using a fruit logo. Apple might get mad. The tech behemoth has again filed suit over a fruity logo—this time against a five-employee startup called Prepear that advertises itself with the image of a green pear, Entrepreneur reports. Now Russell Monson, the recipe...

Chrissy Teigen, John Legend expecting baby No. 3

It’s baby No. 3 for John Legend and Chrissy Teigen

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AMC Movie Theaters to Reopen With 15-Cent Tickets

AMC Movie Theaters to Reopen , With 15-Cent Tickets. According to The Verge, AMC plans to have 100 theaters open on August 20 as part of its 100th anniversary. AMC, which has over 600 locations nationwide, says customers and staff will be required to wear masks. The chain adds that there will be "significantly limited seating," HEPA vacuums and MERV 13 air filters. Classic films such as , 'Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back' and 'Back to the Future' will return to the big screen. Recently-released movies including 'Jumanji: The Next Level' and 'Sonic the Hedgehog' will also come back. It will only cost 15 cents to see any of these movies on August 20. The ticket price of these films will go up to $5 afterward. There will also be new releases, with 'Tenet' scheduled to premiere September 3. For A-List subscribers, AMC adds that the deadline for canceling or continuing your membership is December 1

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Germany to Public: Help Us Find This Guy

He was once seen as a top exec at a wildly successful tech firm in Germany. Now, though, Jan Marsalek is on Interpol's most wanted list, reports Bloomberg . Authorities in Germany also are appealing to the public for help in tracking down the 40-year-old Austrian, who may or may not...

WHO Seeks $76 Million For Lebanon After Beirut…

The World Health Organization is passing the hat to assist Lebanon after last week's massive explosion in Beirut. HuffPost reports the WHO appealed for $76 million in aid on Wednesday, following the damage done to Lebanese hospitals, clinics, and medical supplies. HuffPost reports the blast put three hospitals out of operation and has left three others working at partial capacity. WHO officials said in an online press conference that the number of beds in public and private hospitals in Beirut has been reduced by 500-600. WHO's regional emergency director, Richard Brennan, said the loss of beds has clear implications for managing the coronavirus outbreak and other conditions. Initial assessments of 55 primary healthcare clinics and centres across Beirut showed just over half are not functioning.