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Golf Coverage Prompts New Trump Attacks

President Trump launched another series of attacks on Joe Biden on Monday in defense of his golfing twice in Virginia over the holiday weekend.

Illnesses Continue To Rise At Meat Plants

The Washington Post and the New York Times have front-page stories Tuesday on the nation's meat plant.

Minority Activists Issue Threat To Joe Biden

One candidate has many qualities Joe Biden is looking for in a running mate, but activists say no way.

6-Year-Old Makes Unbelievable Discovery

A six-year-old boy found an object that dates back to the late Bronze Age at Israel’s Tell Jemmeh archaeological site.

Another 'Miracle Drug' For Coronavirus Doesn't…

While people are waiting for a cure-all to get back to their lives, potential miracle drugs aren't measuring up yet.

Widower of Scarborough Aide Asks Twitter to Act…

The widower of a former congressional staffer of Joe Scarborough has gone directly to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey with a plea: Delete President Trump's conspiracy theories suggesting that Scarborough killed his wife. Trump has been pushing the idea hard of late that Scarborough, now at MSNBC, played a role in...

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NASCAR champ Busch backs masks in public as…

Kyle Busch says he supports wearing a mask in public so “we all can take care of our neighbor” amid the coronavirus pandemic

Bigfoot Spotted Doing Yoga In California Home

Bigfoot was recently spotted doing yoga in a Felton, California home.

New York Stock Exchange Reopens While Requiring…

New York Stock Exchange Reopens While Requiring Masks and Waiver The New York Stock Exchange's trading floor has been closed since March 23 due to COVID-19. But on Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo rang the opening bell to partially reopen the floor. A limited number of traders will be able to enter the building. Nobody is permitted to take public transportation to get to work, and everyone's temperatures will be taken at entrances. Once inside the building, masks and distancing measures are mandatory. Those who enter the building will also have to sign a waiver. According to 'The Wall Street Journal,' the waiver states traders could be susceptible to "contracting COVID-19, respiratory failure, death and transmitting COVID-19 to family or household members and others who may also suffer these effects." Peter Tuchman, the trading floor's most photographed person, will not be returning on Tuesday because he tested positive for COVID-19 on March 18.

JK Rowling's Idea for Kids in Lockdown Starts…

JK Rowling is set to release her first children's book unrelated to the Harry Potter series—and this time it's free. The Ickabog , a fairy tale "about truth and the abuse of power" in an imaginary land, written "in fits and starts" between the Harry Potter books, will be released...

Ilhan Omar Back Tracks On Biden

According to ABC News Rep. Ilhan Omar will still support Joe Biden for the presidency. Omar also thinks it is important to believe survivors of sexual assault. That includes Tara Reade, the woman who has leveled allegations against the former vice president. In an interview with the Sunday Times of London Omar said she believed Reade's accusations against Biden. Omar said if it were up to her, Biden wouldn’t be the presidential candidate. Now, it appears Omar is back tracking. Omar clarified the remarks on "Good Morning America." Omar said she did not take a firm stance on whether she still believes all aspects of Reade's allegations. She said she would vote for Biden and do everything she could to help him defeat Donald Trump in November.

What Other Countries Can Teach U.S. Schools About…

The slow reopening of schools around the world offers the U.S. a template to work from when, or if, in-person learning resumes in the fall.

Dark clouds loom as lightning flashes over city

Dark storm clouds hung over San Antonio, Texas, as a dramatic lightning storm swept through the city on May 24.

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Welcome To Chechnya

Trailer for 'Welcome to Chechnya' starring Olga Baranova, David Isteev, Maxim Lapunov

Coronavirus's Effect on Sexual Health Could Last…

Health experts in Canada are warning about the threat of sexually transmitted infections, which might be overlooked amid the coronavirus pandemic. Syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea infections have been on the rise globally for the last decade, per the CBC . Politico reports nine of the 10 Canadian provinces had declared STI...

Airline Flies to Italy, Forgets to See if Airport…

A plane carried passengers from Germany to Italy before turning around midair because its intended airport is closed until next month. A spokesperson for German airline Eurowings confirmed the Saturday mix-up, which played out over four hours, per CNN . Flight EW9844 set off from Düsseldorf, intending to make the 730-mile...

Dolphins owner: There definitely will be an NFL…

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says there definitely will be an NFL season in 2020

Trump: 'Zero' Chance Mail-In Voting Won't Lead To…

President Trump tweeted about mail-in voting.

5 Activities to Fight Boredom at Home

5 Activities to Fight Boredom at Home 1. Plan a dream vacation to take post-quarantine. Don't just fantasize about the trip, plan everything from when you'll leave to where you'll stay and eat. 2. Try out new baking techniques. Baking can be therapeutic, and now is a good time to experiment with recipes. 3. Paint your home. Painting is a great way to spruce up your home. If it isn't an option, try wallpapering. 4. Take a free class and learn something new. There are free classes on the web for nearly any subject. 5. Organize your digital files and projects. De-clutter your email inbox of unwanted messages and organize photos and documents.

Witness: I Saw Prince Andrew, Accuser 'Engaged in…

Prince Andrew won't like what he finds in Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich , the four-part Netflix docu-series premiering Wednesday. In the third episode, we hear from Steve Cully, who managed telecommunications and data on Epstein's private island from 1999 to 2005. He says he saw Alan Dershowitz and Bill Clinton visit...

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World Health Organization Halts Trials Of…

The World Health Organization announced they are temporarily suspending clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine. The controversial drug has been used as an experimental coronavirus treatment for the past several months. Now, amid mounting safety concerns experts are ending all clinical trials involving the medication. According to Gizmodo, testing for hydroxychloroquine has been halted pending a safety assessment. A recent study has linked the drug to an increased risk of death and heart conditions among COVID-19 patients. U.S. President Donald Trump announced last week that he has been taking the drug for nearly 2 weeks as a preventative. There is no data that supports Hydroxychloroquine is a preventive medication for COVID-19.

Air Force Forgoing Height Requirements

The previous restrictions meant anyone shorter than 5'4" or taller than 6'5" couldn't become an Air Force pilot.