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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.

Bison Ripped Woman's Pants Off. That Likely Saved…

A female motorcyclist was attacked by a bison Wednesday night in South Dakota's Custer State Park—and was likely saved because the animal ripped off her pants.

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Mansion Renovation Turns Into A Murder…

It's not the usual problem you'd expect from the sale of a $41 million mansion in a swanky part of Paris.

This Common Eye Issue Might Be A Sign Of…

The list of symptoms associated with the novel coronavirus continues to grow.

Trump Sparks GOP Panic By Attacking Major Donor

President Trump's call last week with a GOP megadonor took an unexpected turn and left officials scrambling to undo the damage.

Column On Kamala Harris' Eligibility Elicits…

An op-ed in Newsweek headlined "Some Questions for Kamala Harris About Eligibility" has stirred serious controversy.

Purists Are Losing It Over US Version of Spanish…

Like acorn-fed Iberian ham? Well, now you can try US versions of the Spanish delicacy—a development that culinary purists are none too thrilled about, the Guardian reports. "The real problem is that we are a nation of idiots who have given away our heritage that our governments have done...

Lillard wins Bubble MVP, Williams picked as top…

Portland’s Damian Lillard has been unanimously selected as the top player of the NBA’s seeding games at Walt Disney World after averaging a league-best 37.6 points in the eight games

How scientists turned spinach leaves into human…

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NCAA Cancels Fall Championships, Major College…

NCAA Cancels Fall Championships, Major College Football to Continue. In announcing the cancellations, NCAA President Mark Emmert cited not enough participation from schools facing fall restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. . We cannot, at this point, have fall NCAA championships, Mark Emmert, NCAA President, via Twitter. Emmert suggested that championship games for a variety of sports could be rescheduled for the winter or spring. [Cancellation] doesn't mean we shouldn't and can't turn toward winter and spring and say, ‘How can we create a legitimate championship for those students?’ There are ways to do this. , Mark Emmert, NCAA President, via Twitter. Will it be normal? Of course not. We'll be playing falls sports in the spring. Will it create other conflicts and challenges? Of course. But is it doable? Yeah, Mark Emmert, NCAA President, via Twitter. The process of moving fall sports to the spring involves the consideration of the Division I Council and the approval of the DI Board of Directors. The decision does not impact most of college football, as six leagues have committed to having a season. Joined by two infectious disease experts, the NCAA chief medical officer has expressed concerns that COVID-19 continues to pose a threat to college athletics

Photo Scandal Was Only Part of Katie Hill's Awful…

If the name Katie Hill rings a bell, it's probably not for a reason she's happy about. She made headlines in 2018 as an openly bisexual woman who won a seat in Congress at age 31. But she made bigger headlines by resigning that seat in October after nude photos...

Wine Prices Expected To Soar

Business Insider reports that wine could suddenly become more expensive. This week US Trade Representatives said the 25% tariff on many European wines is staying in place. Wine importers and retailers say the tariffs have unnecessarily hurt small American businesses. Certain wines have already gone up in price, and it's likely Americans will have fewer bottles to choose from in the future.

New tropical threat could become next named storm

Currently dubbed Invest 96L, the system could cause rough surge and minor coastal flooding throughout the Northeast.

No Escape (US Trailer 1)

Trailer for 'Follow Me' starring Holland Roden, Keegan Allen, Pasha D. Lychnikoff, Denzel Whitaker, Kimberly Quinn

Lawmaker Names Trump in Criminal Referral

A House Democrat is seeking an investigation into what he calls the Trump administration's "accelerated arson" of the US Postal Service, the New Jersey Herald reports. "I call upon you to open a wide-ranging investigation of Trump's action to interfere with our elections and empanel a grand jury to consider...

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Bill Maher: Biden Is Not 'Comfortably Ahead'

Yes, Joe Biden leads in all the polls. But Bill Maher doesn't understand why the lead isn't bigger less than three months before Election Day—and he challenged two former presidential candidates to explain it. "Biden's ahead, but he's not, to my view, comfortably ahead. Not for my comfort," Maher...

'Do something:' Harris' rapid rise driven by call…

Some 51 years ago, Kamala Harris was part of the second class to integrate the public schools in Berkeley, California

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Chicago Bulls Fire Head Coach Jim Boylen

Chicago Bulls Fire Head Coach Jim Boylen. The Chicago Bulls have announced their decision to relieve Jim Boylen as head coach of the NBA team. . Boylen first joined the team as an associate head coach for the 2015-2016 season before becoming head coach in 2018. . In a statement, the team’s executive vice president of basketball operations, Arturas Karnisovas, said Boylen’s firing was a necessary “next step” to move into a new “era.”. This was a very difficult decision, but it is time for our franchise to take that next step as we move in a new direction and era of Chicago Bulls basketball … Jim is a great human being that cares deeply about this organization and the game of basketball, Arturas Karnisovas, via ‘USA Today’. The Bulls’ decision follows the team’s failure to make it to the postseason for the fourth time in five years. . The team was 22-43, making them one of the eight teams to not qualify for the NBA’s restart at Walt Disney World

Still Unknown: Where Did New Zealand Outbreak…

New Zealand's mysterious COVID-19 outbreak stands at 37 cases as of Saturday, the Guardian reports. What's still not clear, reports NPR : Where those cases stem from. Authorities continue to investigate where the family of four who initially tested positive Tuesday—the country's first cases from community spread in 102 days—...

Greenland's Ice Sheet Has Melted Beyond Repair

Greenland's ice sheet has melted to a point of no return. Efforts to slow global warming will not stop it from disintegrating. That's according to a new study by researchers at Ohio State University, reports CNN. "The ice sheet is now in this new dynamic state, where even if we went back to a climate that was more like what we had 20 or 30 years ago, we would still be pretty quickly losing mass," Ian Howat, co-author of the study and a professor at Ohio State University. Many Republican leaders and officials in the Trump Administration do not believe in global warming. There are some Democrats who believe it is happening but it is rarely a focal point in lawmaking.