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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.

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.

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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...

AMC Plans to Reopen With 15-Cent Tickets

In 1920, with America recovering from a pandemic, the Dubinsky Brothers opened a cinema in Kansas City, Mo., and charged 15 cents a ticket. AMC Theaters, the chain their cinema spawned, plans to charge the same price when it reopens theaters next week. The company says it will reopen around...

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Flag-draped coffins of troops from sunken tank…

The flag-draped coffins carrying the remains of seven Marines and a sailor who died after a seafaring tank sank off the coast of Southern California last month have arrived to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware for burial preparations

Dog rescued from China’s meat trade finds a…

This sweet dog who was destined for the meat trade in China has a remarkable story of survival to tell.

Couples Are Putting Pregnancy Plans on Hold Due…

Couples Are Putting Pregnancy Plans on Hold Due to Pandemic. A recent study conducted for the Guttmacher Institute found that a third of the women surveyed will either delay building a family. or want a smaller family due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to the Brookings Institution, the shift could equate to half a million fewer births. The pandemic has totally thrown off what we've envisioned our family to be like. This isn't it, Tracy Leong, via CBS News. Opinions about pregnancy amid the pandemic varied among different races. 44 percent of Black women and almost half of Hispanic women said they wanted fewer children. 28 percent of White women expressed the same sentiment

Andrew Lloyd Webber Puts His Money Where His…

Andrew Lloyd Webber is anxious to get audiences back to the theater, which is why he's now taking part in a coronavirus vaccine trial from Oxford University and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. "I am excited that tomorrow I am going to be vaccinated for the Oxford Covid 19 trial," the composer...

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.

A sandy national park located in the heart of the…

Located along Lake Michigan, Indiana Dunes National Park is home to 15 miles of shorelines and dunes. AccuWeather’s Lincoln Riddle has more on what makes this park special.

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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

A Welcome Milestone on Jobless Claims

Layoffs continue five months into the pandemic, but there is a silver lining. Unemployment claims dropped below 1 million last week for the first time since March. There were 963,000 new filings for state unemployment benefits in the week ending Aug. 8—a drop of 228,000 claims from...

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Nate Silver Thinks Predictions on Biden Too…

(This file has been corrected to reflect that 40,000 simulations were run.) Stats guru Nate Silver and his FiveThirtyEight.com team ran 40,000 simulations of the November election and concluded that Joe Biden has a 71% chance of defeating President Trump. This is clearly good news for...

Chris Evans hopes to shield democracy with…

“Captain America” actor Chris Evans is hoping his new website and app can help voters make educated choices in the November U.S. election

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How to Sleep Better in Quarantine

How to Sleep Better , in Quarantine. Lockdown has been causing sleep issues in a growing number of people due to increased uncertainty and stress. Here are a few methods to improve your sleep during quarantine. Stretch before you sleep , by doing yoga on Zoom or a fitness app. . Try guided meditation , to soothe yourself before going to bed. Create a routine , that will mentally prepare you for sleep like having a cup of tea to unwind before brushing your teeth. Practice good sleep hygiene , by getting room darkening curtains and a diffuser with essential oils. . Read a good book, to avoid using anything with a digitally-lit screen right before bed

City Changes Park Name Over Grim Jackie Robinson…

A Florida park has been renamed so it no longer honors the police chief who threw Jackie Robinson out of a baseball game, USA Today reports. The city commission in Sanford, Fla., voted unanimously Monday to remove the "Roy Williams Park" sign, and by Tuesday it was gone. "We're not...

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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.

NYC cools streets as temperatures rise

Accuweather's Dexter Henry takes a look at one of New York City's more environmentally friendly options to help people to stay cool.