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Trump Changes Course On GOP Acceptance Speech

President Trump has decided against accepting the Republican nomination with a Gettysburg address.

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.

Column On Kamala Harris' Eligibility Elicits…

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

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California Now Has the Nation's Most COVID Cases

The nation's most populous state now also has the most confirmed coronavirus cases. The OC Register reports that with 9,544 cases reported Thursday, California has become the first state to report more than 600,000 cases. Florida has recorded 557,137 cases, and Texas has reported 527,715, per...

J Balvin says he is recovering from the…

Colombian superstar J Balvin says he is recovering after battling the coronavirus

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Trump Admits to Refusing USPS Funding to Sabotage…

Trump Admits to Refusing USPS Funding to Sabotage Mail-In Ballots. President Donald Trump told Fox Business on Thursday that he will block additional funding and election assistance for the U.S. Postal Service. Trump also announced in a press conference on Wednesday that he will not be signing off on $25 billion in emergency funding for the USPS. He added that he would reject a $3.5 billion grant that would help the Postal Service process election-related mail. . But if they don't get those two items, that means you can't have universal mail-in voting. , Donald Trump, via Fox Business. Experts have disputed Trump’s claims that the USPS cannot handle the additional workload, saying the ballots would only add “0.2% of their normal volume.”

If ET Calls This Week, We Probably Won't Hear Him

If aliens pick this month to finally send a message to us earthlings, we might not hear it. The famous Arecibo telescope in Puerto Rico, known for scanning the heavens in search of extraterrestrial signals, has been knocked out of commission for the near future by a giant cable that...

New Musical About Princess Diana Is Hitting…

"Diana; A New Musical" about the late Diana, Princess of Wales has had to make some major changes due to COVID-19. With Broadway shut down because of the pandemic, live shows have had to make adjustments. Producers of the show have announced it will premiere on Netflix next year ahead of the Broadway opening. The show had begun previews and was scheduled to open on March 31 at the Longacre Theatre on Broadway. The musical is now set to open on Broadway on May 25, 2021.

Helicopter used to battle California wildfire

A helicopter was used to battle a wildfire raging in Azusa, California, on Aug. 13, as the fire threatened several nearby homes. The fire had grown to 2,500 acres after just a few hours.

War With Grandpa

Trailer for 'The War with Grandpa' starring Robert De Niro, Uma Thurman, Christopher Walken, Laura Marano, Juliocesar Chavez

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Americans Facing Frosty Reception in Canada

Americans are facing some rare hostility from Canadians eager to keep travelers—and any possible coronavirus infections—away from the Great White North. Vehicles with American plates have reportedly been vandalized in Canada, while occupants have been told to "go home," reports the BBC . The 5,525 miles of border...

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Governor Drops Suit Over Atlanta Mask Mandate…

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Thursday announced that he was withdrawing the suit he filed against Atlanta's mayor and city council in a bid to block it from enforcing a mask mandate—but not because he's admitting defeat. Far from it. In a statement, the Republican said he would be...

Lawmakers: Postal changes delay mail-order…

Policy changes to slow delivery at the U.S. Postal Service are taking a toll on military veterans, who are reporting much longer wait times to receive mail-order prescription drugs

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AMC Movie Theaters to Reopen With 15-Cent Tickets

AMC Movie Theaters to Reopen , With 15-Cent Tickets. According to The Verge, AMC plans to have 100 theaters open on August 20 as part of its 100th anniversary. AMC, which has over 600 locations nationwide, says customers and staff will be required to wear masks. The chain adds that there will be "significantly limited seating," HEPA vacuums and MERV 13 air filters. Classic films such as , 'Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back' and 'Back to the Future' will return to the big screen. Recently-released movies including 'Jumanji: The Next Level' and 'Sonic the Hedgehog' will also come back. It will only cost 15 cents to see any of these movies on August 20. The ticket price of these films will go up to $5 afterward. There will also be new releases, with 'Tenet' scheduled to premiere September 3. For A-List subscribers, AMC adds that the deadline for canceling or continuing your membership is December 1

Court Deals Major Blow to Amazon

Amazon can't shrug off responsibility for defective goods sold on its website by third parties, a California appeals court decided Thursday, dealing a major blow to the e-commerce giant. The California Fourth District Court of Appeals ruled that Amazon can be held liable for damage in a case brought by...

NCAA President: No Fall Championships This Year

The NCAA has officially canceled fall championships, according to reports at CNN. This is a decision that could potentially push fall sports to the spring. "We cannot now at this point have fall NCAA championships," NCAA President Mark Emmert said. The NCAA's decision puts every fall sport, including FBS football, into a tailspin. However, it doesn't mean that fall sports simply won't happen, Emmert said. "If schools and conferences want to move forward, and try and have it and more than half of them want to do it... and that's surely the indication now... then let's do it." COVID cases continue to soar in the US and deaths aren't slowing whatsoever.

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Homes and cars destroyed in massive wildfire

Numerous structures were destroyed as the Lake Fire, burning in California's Angeles National Forest, scorched through more than 10,000 acres.