Takeaways: Paycheck Protection loans and the…

An Associated Press analysis of federal data has found that the U.S. Roman Catholic Church and affiliated groups received federal aid worth at least $1.4 billion under the federal Paycheck Protection Program

Michael Cohen Back In Prison After Refusing…

Cohen had been released from prison in May because of coronavirus concerns.

Cohen 'Had Rug Pulled Out From Under Him' in…

Michael Cohen "had the rug pulled out from under him" Thursday when he was abruptly sent back to prison, one of his lawyers says. According to the New York Times , Cohen, President Trump's longtime personal lawyer and fixer, was "in good spirits" as he arrived to the courthouse, expecting to...

Sheets of rain fall across Iowa

It was a good day to stay inside as storms brought downpours and strong winds to Cedar Falls and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on July 9.

US envoy, after Seoul visit, reassures Japan of…

A U.S. envoy has reassured top Japanese officials of the importance of their alliance in dealing with regional security threats

Police Release Official Cause of Death for Black…

The death of a Black man found hanging from a tree near a City Hall in southern California this month has been ruled a suicide. That's what authorities initially called it, prompting outrage from some, including activists who suspected he may have been lynched . But after a police investigation prompted...

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Today in History for July 10th

Highlights of this day in history: Start of World War II's Battle of Britain; Telstar satellite launched; Millard Fillmore becomes President; Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev killed; Singer Arlo Guthrie born; Cartoon voice Mel Blanc dies. (July 10)

Asian stocks sink after Wall St losses on economy…

Asian stock markets have followed Wall Street lower on concerns economic recoveries might fade as coronavirus cases increase in the United States and some other countries

Disney World Orlando Resort To Reopen Amid…

Parades, fireworks displays and character meet-and-greets are canceled. But amid a local spike in cases, experts and workers are still worried.

Starbucks Changing Rules for Customers

Face masks soon will no longer be up for debate at Starbucks. The company said Thursday that customers who come inside will be required to cover their faces as of July 15, in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The rule will apply at all company-owned locations,...

Jupiter to dominate the night sky on July 13-14

You might have noticed Jupiter outshining many stars this month. The gas giant will reach opposition, its closest encounter to our planet, on July 13-14.

UN official: 700 people died in Syrian camps for…

The U_N_ counterterrorism chief says his office received information that 700 people died recently in two camps in northeast Syria where about 70,000 mainly women and children connected to Islamic State fighters are detained in “very dire conditions."

Florida Sets Record for COVID Deaths in 1 Day

The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations had been increasing steadily for weeks in Florida, so health experts were pretty sure what was coming. The state set a record Thursday when 120 people died of the disease, the Hill reports. "There are the denialists who say these people are younger ... and all...

Lawmakers: Free San Quentin inmates due to virus

State lawmakers and prisoner advocates call on Gov. Gavin Newsom to significantly reduce the state prison populations as officials struggle to contain a coronavirus outbreak that has infected 1,400 inmates at San Quentin State Prison. (July 9)

2 California counties, once defiant, see virus…

Two largely rural Northern California counties that two months ago defied Gov. Gavin Newsom's stay-at-home order to more quickly reopen businesses are on the verge of mandatory closings

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Elite Wine Instructor Told Black Student To Call…

The group faces a new reckoning over lack of diversity as multiple master sommeliers renounce their lifetime memberships.

City Leaves a Message at Trump Tower

Each of New York City's five boroughs is to have a Black Lives Matter mural. Those aren't empty words, Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a tweet , "We’re committed to the meaning of the message." And the Manhattan mural wasn't placed just anywhere: It's on Fifth Avenue in front of...

Tropical system in US Southeast coast could…

The early hurricane season has broken records in the month of June, and it could break more with another area of concern forming along the U.S. Southeast coast.

Authorities search for 'Glee' star believed to…

Authorities planned Friday to renew the search for “Glee” star Naya Rivera, who's believed to have drowned in a Southern California lake while boating with her 4-year-old son

Trump Swipes at Lindsey Graham

Relations between President Trump and usual Senate ally Lindsey Graham appear to be fraying. On Thursday, in a series of tweets criticizing the Supreme Court's rulings on his financial records, Trump insisted he is being treated far more harshly than previous presidents, especially President Obama. “We have a totally corrupt...

Pence brings 'law and order' message to Philly

Vice President Mike Pence told Philadelphia police officers that President Donald Trump "backed the Blue" and that presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden would cut funding for police if he wins the White House. (July 9)

Hanging death of Black man in California park…

Authorities have concluded that a 24-year-old Black man found hanging from a tree in a Southern California park killed himself, after the family contended he wouldn't have taken his own life

White House Calls SCOTUS Orders A Win, Despite…

The justices rejected the idea of presidential immunity and ordered Pres. Trump to cooperate with the state and Congressional subpoena process.

Market Mostly Sinks, With One Exception

The market's seesaw reaction to the nation's coronavirus recovery was mostly on the downswing Thursday. The Dow fell 361 points to 25,706 and the S&P 500 fell 17 points to 3,152, but the tech-heavy Nasdaq bucked that trend and rose 55 points to 10,547. The mixed day...

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Helicopters used to search for missing actress

Helicopter crews searched Lake Puru in Ventura County, California, after 'Glee' star Naya Rivera went missing on July 8, while renting a pontoon boat with her son. Her son was found on the boat wearing a life jacket.

Judge refuses to order Houston to allow Texas GOP…

A state judge declined on Thursday to reverse Houston’s decision to cancel the Texas Republican convention’s in-person events due to the coronavirus pandemic

Michael Cohen Is Back in Prison

Michael Cohen is back in federal custody less than two months after being released, reports ABC News . In May, the former Trump attorney was allowed to leave federal prison and return to New York City to finish his sentence at home because of coronavirus fears. The reason he's back in...