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US Congressman Hit With 3 Felony Charges

After years of GOP voter fraud allegations, it turns out one of their own was pulling a fast one on voters.

Heartbreaking Details Emerge In Naya Rivera's…

Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub described the 'Glee' actress' final moments, as recounted by her 4-year-old son.

County Commissioner Who Fought Mask-Wearing Now…

In unfortunate turn of events, one man who opposed mask wearing in his community has taken ill.

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Jimmy Carter Has A Message For Americans

The former president has an urgent request for Americans amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Executed Inmate Leaves Behind Chilling Final Words

The first federal execution in nearly 20 years has taken place, and not without drama.

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FDA Issues Warning About Deadly Hand Sanitizer

The FDA has sounded the alarm on dozens of hand sanitizer brands that are toxic and potentially deadly.

CDC Chief: Here's How We 'Drive Epidemic to the…

The CDC director says the US could get the coronavirus under control within weeks if we took just one step: mask up. "If we could get everybody to wear a mask right now, I think in four, six, eight weeks we could bring this epidemic under control," Robert Redfield said,...

Europe's shift to electric cars picks up despite…

Europe's car market is going electric

AOC Lashes Out At Trump Over Being Called 'Not…

AOC lashed out at President Trump.

Global COVID-19 Cases Surge by More Than 1…

Global COVID-19 Cases Surge by More Than 1 Million Over 5 Days The numbers were reported by Johns Hopkins University. Global coronavirus cases increased by 1,046,200 from July 6 through July 10. Between July 8 and July 13, they increased by 1,061,600. On Monday, worldwide cases surpassed 13 million. There have been over half a million reported coronavirus-related deaths around the world. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned there would be "no return to the old normal for the foreseeable future." According to Ghebreyesus, 50% of cases reported on Sunday came from just two countries, but he did not name them. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, via CNN

Former VA Staffer Killed 7 Vets With Insulin

A former nursing assistant at a VA hospital in West Virginia has pleaded guilty to murdering seven elderly veterans and attempting to kill an eighth. The vets were given insulin injections that led to fatal blood sugar crashes ; the victims were largely either not diabetic, or not in need of...

Not Making A Living, But A Dying? COVID-19 Forces…

Florida elementary school teacher David Galloway is 64, has type II diabetes, and is married to a breast cancer survivor. Last week, Florida announced that all schools would soon have to open five days a week, despite the state’s record-setting number of COVID-19 cases. Galloway is one of many aging or immunocompromised teachers who may quit or retire early if they have to return full-time to the classroom. Nearly 20% of private and public school teachers are over the age of 65, an age group that is especially vulnerable to COVID-19. According to HuffPost, teachers near or in this age range must wrestle with a number of knowns and unknowns. How long they can make their money last if they quit? Is it worth it to leave a job over health concerns? And what if they can't get health insurance? We’ve gone from being the heroic teachers back in March, but now they want us to go over to the trenches like World War I. It’s been a fast fall from hero to cannon fodder. David Galloway Teacher

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Heat wave impacts historic cattle drive

As a heat wave bakes the south and central Plains, organizers have been forced to cancel several of the historic Fort Worth cattle drives because of the heat.

The Tax Collector

Trailer for 'The Tax Collector' starring Shia LaBeouf, Jihad Reeves, Chelsea Rendon, Michelle Jubilee Gonzalez, Lee Coc

California's Foie Gras Ban Lifted

New York City just decided to ban the "cruel delicacy," foie gras —but it's back on the menu in California. The state banned the food, the fattened liver of a duck or goose, back in 2004, though the ban has been on and off due to various court rulings over...

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Dancing With the Stars Reveals New Host

Taking over for Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews on Dancing With the Stars: Tyra Banks. ABC announced the supermodel will be the new, solo, host of the reality competition for its 29th season, though it's still not clear when that season will premiere, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the AP...

With elective procedures delayed, UnitedHealth…

The nation’s largest health insurer more than doubled its profit in the second quarter, as COVID-19 shutdowns kept patients out of doctor’s offices and off operating tables

Scientists Find Andean Condor Can Fly For 5 Hours…

Scientists find this bird can fly for up to 5 hours without flapping its wings.

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Miami Is the New Coronavirus Epicenter

Miami Is the New Coronavirus Epicenter According to the Miami-Dade County Government, the county has seen a 68% increase in the number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized. Lilian Abbo, via news conference According to state data, the county has recorded over 64,000 infections. 48 hospitals throughout Florida, including eight in Miami-Dade County, have also reached their ICU capacity. More than 3.3 million people have tested positive for the coronavirus nationwide, with many states rolling back reopening plans.

Naya Rivera's Autopsy Results Released

Glee star Naya Rivera died by accidental drowning, according to autopsy results released Tuesday, CNN reports. "There is no indication from the investigation or examination that drugs or alcohol played a role in the decedent’s death, but specimens will be submitted for toxicology testing," the Ventura County Medical Examiner's Office...

Ricky Martin 'Cried' When He Came Out, 'Super…

Content loading... To fans, Ricky Martin appeared to be the “king of the world” when his 1999 song, “Livin’ la Vida Loca,” became a smash. But the singer looks back on his early solo success as a time of personal turmoil, stemming from his struggle to embrace his authentic self. In a new interview with Apple Music’s “Proud Radio,” Martin spoke at length about the “heavy sadness” he experienced prior to coming out as gay a decade ago.