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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.

4 Cops Fired Over Death of Unarmed Black Man

Four Minnesota police officers involved in the death of an unarmed black man are "no longer employees," says Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo. The four officers were fired after video surfaced of a white officer kneeling on the handcuffed man's neck while he repeatedly said "I can't breathe." Minneapolis Mayor...

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Biden calls Trump a 'fool' for mocking masks…

Joe Biden says that wearing a mask in public to combat the spread of the coronavirus is a sign of leadership and that President Donald Trump is a “fool” for suggesting otherwise

Isaac Newton Changed The World When He Had To…

No pressure, but when Sir Isaac Newton was forced to work from home during a pandemic, the discoveries he made there changed the world.

Mike Tyson to Be Offered Over $20 Million to Come…

Mike Tyson to Be Offered Over $20 Million to Come out of Retirement Tyson's last match was in 2005, but Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) is trying to entice him to compete in a single fight. Earlier this month, the organization offered him $20 million to fight, but BKFC President David Feldman says they're planning to increase the offer. BKFC President David Feldman In the past, Tyson has considered coming out of retirement for charity. Mike Tyson, via Yahoo Sports Tyson recently shared a training video on Instagram, stating "I'm back." According to CBS Sports and TMZ Sports, a few fighters have already expressed an interest in competing against the former heavyweight champ. Evander Holyfield, who famously had part of his ear bitten off by Tyson, even said he'd be up for a rematch for charity. Evander Holyfield, to Sky Sports

Kevin Hart: I Lied to Doctors After My Crash

Kevin Hart's world was changed by the horrific car crash he was in last year. Now he's sharing just how bad the injuries caused by that crash were. In an appearance on the "Joe Rogan Experience" podcast that was released Monday, the actor said he had his spine fused—the...

Spotify: Finally Allows No Limit Library Songs

Long before Spotify was a thing, I collected music on my computer during my college days. That collection, which had everything from Cradle of Filth to Dashboard Confessional, to Reverend Horton Heat, easily surpassed 10,000 songs by the end of my first semester as a freshman. I definitely had to spend a lot of money on the requisite hardware, but now that we’ve been able to stream music to our phones for a while, there’s no such thing as limits—at least that’s how it’s often felt. But Spotify has capped the number of items you can add to your library for a long time.

Pentagon Deputy Inspector General General Glenn…

Last month, President Trump replaced Glenn Fine as acting Pentagon watchdog, barring him from chairing a pandemic-related committee.

Tornado caught on camera in Iowa

A confirmed tornado was filmed swirling from a distance by a spectator in Waukee, Iowa, on May 26.

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Lost Bullet (US Teaser Trailer 1)

Trailer for 'Lost Bullet' starring Stefi Celma, Alban Lenoir, Nicolas Duvauchelle, Ramzy Bedia, Rod Paradot

Gov. Whitmer's New Headache Involves Her Husband…

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has garnered a slew of coronavirus-related headlines these past couple months. But this week has brought one that also includes the words "husband" and "boat." The Detroit News reports on the "purported request" from Marc Mallory that NorthShore Dock LLC get his boat in the water...

Brazil Now Has World's Highest Daily Virus Death…

Brazil now has the second worst coronavirus outbreak in the world, according to official figures—and unlike the US, which has the world's worst outbreak, the daily death toll is rising. Reuters reports that on Monday, Brazilian COVID-19 deaths rose above the US daily toll for the first time, with...

Pac-12: Voluntary workouts can resume on campus…

The Pac-12 Conference says it is allowing voluntary workouts on campus for all sports beginning June 15, subject to the decision of each school and where allowed by local and state guidelines

WH Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany: Trump Sees…

The White House held a briefing.

Memorial Day Festivities Stun Local Officials

Memorial Day Festivities Stun Local Officials As the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus approached 100,000, local officials had their hands full over the weekend with Memorial Day celebrations. Crowds numbering in the hundreds gathered publicly on the first major weekend since the U.S. began reopening. Video and photos posted on social media from the gatherings revealed little to no social distancing and few people wearing masks. Sam Page, St. Louis County Executive Some members of law enforcement complained that there wasn't much they could do to stem what many see as reckless behavior. Chris Twitchel, Camden County Sheriff’s Office Chris Twitchel, Camden County Sheriff’s Office Nearly 2,000 people died over the weekend as a result of the coronavirus.

In Denmark, Some Weird News for the Lovelorn

Love, pandemic-style: Denmark will start allowing people from neighboring nations to cross the border to visit their boyfriends or girlfriends. One weird catch: At the border, they essentially have to prove their love. "They can bring along a photo or a love letter," a police official told Danish broadcaster DR,...

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HBO Knows Streaming Services Are Confusing

Just days before the official launch of its new streaming service, HBO seems to want to clear up any confusion about the difference between its services Go, Now, and soon-to-launch Max—and buddy, I’m not sure it’s working. Max will have a lot of content that Go and Now do not—which seems fine, until you consider the price. You’d think that a super-stuffed version of HBO’s existing product would cost more—but alas, it does not, making this release confusing on a level previously only reserved for the Apple TV branding.

Back To Work: Redesigning The Office Workspace

Designing the "new" workspace means reminding workers that COVID-19 is invisible, but still here.