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Doctors Keep Close Eye On President's Drug Use

The White House medical team kept a close eye on President Donald Trump’s heart rhythms, including at least one electrocardiogram.

Cause Of Death Released For 'Twilight' Actor

Authorities in Las Vegas have released the cause of deaths for an actor from the film 'Twilight' and his girlfriend.

Lea Michele Breaks Silence Over Shocking…

The 'Glee' actress posted a lengthy statement on Instagram in which she apologized.

New Poll Has Grim News For The President

A large majority of Americans sympathize with the mass protests sweeping the nation.

Eagles' Singer Don Henley Makes Desperate Plea To…

Henley is urging Congress to 'Take It to the Limit' to protect artists.

Faith Leaders React To President's Bible Gesture

Some called the president's trip to St. John's Espiscopal Church a show of strength. Others say it was a photo-op.

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Hurricane Season Is Off To An Ominous Start

The hurricane season officially began on June 1—but Tropical Storms Arthur and Bertha apparently failed to get the memo.

Celebs Take To The Streets For Historic…

From Jamie Foxx and John Cusack to Emily Ratajkowski, many celebrities decided to do more than just tweet about their outrage over the killings of black people at the hands of police.

New Poll Suggests Trouble for President Trump

Big swing toward Biden has Trump campaign worried as America burns during protests.

4 Chicken Execs Accused of Price-Fixing

One of America's top chicken industry CEOs could be caged for up to 10 years as part of a federal antitrust investigation. Pilgrim's Pride CEO Jayson Penn was indicted along with former company vice president Roger Austin for alleged price-fixing Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal reports. Mikell Fries, president of...

Chinese dissident Xu Zhiyong to be honored by PEN…

Xu Zhiyong, a prominent Chinese activist and legal scholar detained by the government earlier this year, is being honored by PEN America

5 Animals That Speak Human

A lot of animals get chatty, though exactly what they’re saying is often a mystery to the people around them. That said, there have been some we actually can understand. An orca, a dolphin, and an elephant are among those who have said things including “hello,” “come on!” and even “sit down.”

NBA to Reportedly Restart Season With 22-Team…

NBA to Reportedly Restart Season With 22-Team Format Sources tell ESPN that 13 teams will come from the Western Conference and the rest will represent the East. Shams Charania, reporter for The Athletic, says there will be 16 teams that would have made the playoffs when the league shut down on March 11. The rest will consist of five teams from the West who were within four games of the No. 8 seed. In the Eastern Conference, only the Washington Wizards qualify to continue within the new format. After the season ends, should a ninth-seeded team be within four games of the final playoff spot, a possible play-in tournament for the eighth seed may be held. The NBA's board of governors is expected to approve the plan this week. Other details include eight regular-season games being played at the Walt Disney World Resort. @wojespn, via Twitter @VinceGoodwill, via Twitter Sources add that teams will begin training in their respective areas next month and then head to Orlando later in July. Reports say the NBA will hold daily coronavirus testing at Disney, and players and coaches will follow safety protocols. Any team member who tests positive for COVID-19 will be treated individually.

Trump's Church Moment? Just Like Churchill: White…

President Trump's Monday night photo op in front of a Washington, DC, church has proved controversial , but according to the White House press secretary, it should be viewed alongside some of the most iconic images in history, including one of Winston Churchill during World War II: "Through all of time,...

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How Tear Gas Accelerates Spread Of Novel…

Whether demonstrators protesting the death of George Floyd wear masks or not, mass gatherings create an increased risk of COVID-19 transmission. Now, Business Insider reports tear gas sprayed at protesters by the police could be making the spread of the novel coronavirus even worse. Tear gas is a chemical agent that causes burning in the eyes, noses, throat, lungs, and skin, and makes people cough and retch. If sprayed on an infected person, it could lead the virus to spread more quickly and widely. Some studies have also shown that after tear-gas exposure, people are more likely to be diagnosed with respiratory illnesses.

Shows Of Force To Shows Of Solidarity: Ranging…

Law enforcement reaction to protests is varying agency by agency, and it highlights a call for national standards in police use of force.

This wind will knock the camera out of your hands

Stormy winds whip around this man as he films it in Little Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, on June 3.

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Youngest Teen Accused in Tessa Majors Murder Cops…

The youngest of the boys accused of murdering Tessa Majors in a Manhattan park in December has taken a plea deal. The boy, who was 13 when he was arrested the day after Majors, a freshman at Barnard, was stabbed to death Dec. 11 in Morningside Park, on Wednesday pleaded...

AMC Has 'Substantial Doubt' About Its Future

AMC may not be coming back from this. The movie theater chain, which shuttered all its locations amid the coronavirus pandemic, said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday that it has "substantial doubt" it can survive, CNBC and the Wall Street Journal report. "We are generating...

The Latest: Swiss soccer to restart earlier to…

The Swiss soccer league will restart several days earlier than planned to help Europa League contender Basel cope with a backlog of matches in August

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'Private Alaskan Get-A-Way' Home Listing Raises…

A property advertised as a “private Alaskan get-a-way” is raising eyebrows for its toilet situation.

Most Americans Sympathize With Current Protests…

Most Americans Sympathize With Current Protests, Poll Finds Just over 1,000 people participated in a recent online survey from Reuters/Ipsos. Results show that 64 percent have sympathy for protesters, while 27 percent do not. More than half of those in rural areas, where most protests have not taken place, say they support the demonstrations. The poll was also bad news for President Trump, with over 55 percent saying he is not doing a good job responding to the unrest. Just 67 percent of Republicans approve of Trump's actions. 47 percent of voters are leaning towards supporting Joe Biden in November. The poll adds that Americans are divided on how authorities have handled the situations. 47 percent do not think police have been effective, while 43 percent say they have. Daytime demonstrations have mostly had no conflict, but several violent encounters have arisen at night. Most Democrats and Republicans condemn looting, saying it hurts the message non-violent protesters are trying to send. The majority of both parties are also in favor of peaceful demonstrations.