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  • What the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings reveal about Kamala Harris -

    What the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings reveal about Kamala HarrisKamala Harris?s questioning of Brett Kavanaugh when he was nominated to the Supreme Court won the senator praise for her prosecutorial skill.


  • Fox Host makes ominous prediction about Joe Biden then immediately tries to walk it back -

    Fox Host makes ominous prediction about Joe Biden then immediately tries to walk it backFox News host Jeanine Pirro suggested Wednesday night that "something" was going to happen to presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden that would keep him from appearing on the ballot come November.Her comment during an appearance on "The Five" as she was answering a question about a recent poll from right-wing outlet Rasmussen that claimed more than half of its respondents didn't believe Mr Biden would survive his first term in office.


  • 43 felony charges, new task forces: Here's what Chicago is doing to combat potential looting -

    43 felony charges, new task forces: Here's what Chicago is doing to combat potential lootingDozens of people have been charged in connection with widespread looting in downtown Chicago earlier this week, the county prosecutor said.


  • Chili's hostess is assaulted over social-distancing rules, police say -

    Chili's hostess is assaulted over social-distancing rules, police say"I was kind of fighting for my life," restaurant hostess Kelsy Wallace, 17, said. "I was really scared, calling out for my mama."


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  • North Korea lifts lockdown in city, rejects flood, virus aid -

    North Korea lifts lockdown in city, rejects flood, virus aidNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un lifted a lockdown in a major city near the border with South Korea where thousands had been quarantined for weeks over coronavirus worries, state media said Friday. Pyongyang?s official Korean Central News Agency also said Kim replaced Kim Jae Ryong as premier following an evaluation of the Cabinet?s economic performance and appointed Kim Tok Hun as his successor. Entering the last year of an ambitious five-year national development plan, Kim Jong Un in December declared a ?frontal breakthrough? against international sanctions while urging his nation to stay resilient in a struggle for economic self-reliance.


  • Georgia governor to drop mask lawsuit against Atlanta mayor and city -

    Georgia governor to drop mask lawsuit against Atlanta mayor and cityGeorgia Governor Brian Kemp announced on Thursday that he plans to drop a lawsuit against Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and the city, possibly ending a months-long feud over an order for people to wear masks to stop the spread of COVID-19. Kemp had sued Bottoms and the city of Atlanta to stop enforcement of a local mask mandate aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus. While the governor is to drop the lawsuit, filed last month, his office said it may still pursue an executive order to strike down any local mask mandates.


  • Paris Declared ?Red Zone? as Second COVID Wave Hits Spain and France -

    Paris Declared ?Red Zone? as Second COVID Wave Hits Spain and FranceROME?Europe is bracing for a second wave of COVID-19 as the busy tourist season reaches its peak this weekend.In France, the government on Friday declared the cities of Paris and Marseilles and the surrounding regions ?red zones? after a spike in new cases sent authorities scrambling to contain outbreaks largely driven by visiting tourists and careless young people.On Thursday, France reported more than 2,500 new infections of COVID-19 for the second day in a row, taking the country back to mid-April levels, when much of Europe was on lockdown.The situation isn?t much better in Spain, where officials there warn of a ?critical moment? after the military was dispatched to the northeastern city of Zaragoza to rebuild a field hospital that was taken down four months ago.There Is No ?Russia Vaccine? Spain has an infection rate of 100 per 100,000, according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, which is the highest in Europe after the tiny country of Luxembourg. France has a rate of 32 cases per 100,000.The United Kingdom, which came into coronavirus restrictions later than much of the rest of Europe, has added France to the list of countries, including Spain, from which visitors must now quarantine for 14 days upon entry, sparking anger among travelers who are still on holiday in France.Italy, which was once the Eurozone?s epicenter for the virus, has a rate of just 8.2 cases per 100,000, but the country is still under very strict guidelines, including a face-mask mandate in all public spaces since March. France, by comparison, only mandated face coverings indoors on July 20.Italy has also started an aggressive testing program under which all travelers from Greece, Croatia, Malta, and Spain must be tested on arrival or present a testing certificate within 72 hours, though there are flaws in the system, especially at smaller airports that do not have adequate resources to carry out the tests or follow up on contact tracing. As of Friday, France looked likely to join the list. A smaller spike in Italy of around 500 new cases a day this week, up from the lower hundreds, has been attributed to young people returning from those countries.The Italian government has extended the state of emergency to Sept. 7, which allows regions to impose restrictions and close certain sectors tied to outbreaks. ?We must continue to be cautious in order to protect the results obtained thanks to sacrifices made by all in recent months,? Health Minister Roberto Speranza said this week.How Is New York Having Crazy Parties With No COVID Surge?In the Netherlands, authorities have warned that young people are also to blame for a spike of about 600 new cases a day, up from 40, according to BBC News. The Dutch health ministry spokesperson Joba van den Berg said 70 percent of cases stemmed from private gatherings held by people trying to skirt restrictions on gatherings.?I do understand it is difficult, with summer time, parties, family gatherings, wedding, funerals,? van den Berg told the BBC. ?But many people are too close together and they are the source of the enormous increase in infections.? Europeans are now looking to how other countries are handling their outbreak. New Zealand, which went more than 100 days without a single new case, has gone under partial lockdown after a cluster was found that is potentially tied to a frozen food plant.Australia has also successfully fought back a spike by locking down large swaths of the country to mitigate the spread. It is unclear whether plans in place in many European countries to open schools in person next month will be affected by the threat of what clearly looks like it could be a second wave.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.


  • Authorities to allow sea lion killing to help struggling salmon population -

    Authorities to allow sea lion killing to help struggling salmon populationU.S. authorities on Friday gave wildlife managers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho permission to start killing hundreds of sea lions in the Columbia River basin in hopes of helping struggling salmon and steelhead trout.


  • Pennsylvania ? an important swing state ? is pleading with the state's Supreme Court after the USPS said it couldn't guarantee on-time delivery of mail-in-ballots -

    Pennsylvania ? an important swing state ? is pleading with the state's Supreme Court after the USPS said it couldn't guarantee on-time delivery of mail-in-ballotsIn Pennsylvania, a little over 1% of the 1,460,700 primary mail-in ballots were rejected for being late.


  • Antifa website redirected to Biden?s campaign site causes right-wing conspiracy meltdown -

    Antifa website redirected to Biden?s campaign site causes right-wing conspiracy meltdownThe website for anti-facist group Antifa redirected to Joe Biden?s campaign website on Wednesday, which led some people to claim that the Democrats are connected to the organisation.For a few hours on Wednesday, Antifa.com redirected to JoeBiden.com, the campaign website of the presumptive Democratic candidate for president, before it returned back to the original page of the group Donald Trump has described as being run by ?anarchists.?


  • ?Wish I had my baby back.? Suspect who shot Indiana toddler in mom?s car wanted by FBI -

    ?Wish I had my baby back.? Suspect who shot Indiana toddler in mom?s car wanted by FBI?This little girl?s life was stripped from her in an act of senseless violence.?


  • Herman Cain died two weeks ago, but his social media accounts are still bashing Democrats -

    Herman Cain died two weeks ago, but his social media accounts are still bashing Democrats"How well prepared is Kamala Harris for the presidency? We take a look. We're not impressed and you won't be either," said a post on Cain's account.


  • Scorching temperatures in Death Valley will shatter records in West, southwest -

    Scorching temperatures in Death Valley will shatter records in West, southwestCities like Las Vegas, Phoenix, Tucson and Salt Lake City could experience record high temperatures in the coming days.


  • US seizes millions of dollars of Iranian fuel bound for Venezuela -

    US seizes millions of dollars of Iranian fuel bound for VenezuelaThe US says it seized 1.1 million barrels of fuel from four tankers en route to Venezuela.


  • U.S. judge dismisses NRA lawsuit challenging gun shop closures in New York state -

    U.S. judge dismisses NRA lawsuit challenging gun shop closures in New York stateA federal judge on Friday dismissed the National Rifle Association's lawsuit challenging New York's decision to close gun stores in the state in the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic. The decision came eight days after New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit seeking to dissolve the gun rights group, accusing senior leaders of corruption including the improper diversion of millions of dollars. U.S. District Judge Mae D'Agostino said the NRA lacked standing to challenge on behalf of its members a March 20 executive order by Governor Andrew Cuomo requiring gun stores to close in the state because they were "non-essential" businesses.


  • An Arizona school district canceled its reopening plans because too many teachers refused to show up -

    An Arizona school district canceled its reopening plans because too many teachers refused to show upNearly half the teachers in the J.O. Combs Unified School District said they would not show up. Arizona has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.


  • Wild boar who stole German nudist's clothes to be culled -

    Wild boar who stole German nudist's clothes to be culledA trained marksman is to be deployed to shoot a wild boar that stole the clothes of a naked German man, Berlin authorities said on Friday. The boar made international headlines last week after photographs of the portly nudist giving chase were shared on social media. But in a sad postscript to the incident, the local forestry department said yesterday (FRI) the boar would have to be killed as it has lost its fear of humans and presents a danger to public safety. The boar in question emerged from the forest with two cubs last week and made its way through crowds of Berliners seeking to cool off in the Teufelsee, one of the city?s many lakes. ?You have to put yourself in the boar?s position,? Katja Kammer of the Grunewald forestry department told local RBB television. ?The sun is hot on its black fur. So it heads for water or into a swamp.? Forestry officials have been tracking the boar in question for some time, Ms Kammer said. ?Fortunately, there have not been any serious incidents involving wild boar at the Teufelssee.? Wild boar numbers are regularly controlled by licensed hunters around Berlin and many other major German cities. When the population becomes too high. the boars emerge from the forests to look for food and can turn aggressive when they encounters humans. In one famous incident, four people including a police officer were injured when they were attacked by a 265-pound boar that had wandered into the Berlin neighbourhood of Charlottenburg in 2012.


  • North Korea's leader is tapping his own private food reserve to feed the country, and it could be a worrying sign -

    North Korea's leader is tapping his own private food reserve to feed the country, and it could be a worrying sign"It reflects the perfect storm of economic stresses that North Korea is suffering right now," a former CIA branch chief in Korea told Insider.


  • Killings of two female U.S. service members prompt families to demand change -

    Killings of two female U.S. service members prompt families to demand changeThe recent killings of two young servicewomen, Vanessa Guillen and Natasha Aposhian, highlight issues of sexual harassment and assault in the U.S. military. Their families are now leading the fight for a change in the way the military investigates those crimes.


  • Chainsaw-wielding men covered in blood arrested on Toronto beach -

    Chainsaw-wielding men covered in blood arrested on Toronto beachTwo men have been arrested after appearing on a Canadian beach spattered in blood and wielding chainsaws.Witnesses alleged that they menaced and ?charged? at various people gathered at Toronto?s Cherry Beach on Sunday morning, before police quickly intervened, responding to reports of a large fight.


  • Ex-FBI lawyer to plead guilty to falsifying documents in Russia inquiry; first case brought in DOJ review -

    Ex-FBI lawyer to plead guilty to falsifying documents in Russia inquiry; first case brought in DOJ reviewFormer FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith was charged with making false statements in the Russia inquiry.


  • Bald eagle takes down government drone -

    Bald eagle takes down government droneThe device was mapping shoreline erosion when it was attacked in the air.


  • China attacks new US demand to register Confucius Institutes -

    China attacks new US demand to register Confucius InstitutesChina accused the United States on Friday of trying to ?demonize and stigmatize? relations between the two countries, in a scathing attack on the Trump administration's designation of Chinese-funded language and culture programs in the U.S. as foreign missions of the Chinese Communist Party. Foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said branches of the Confucius Institute U.S. Center operating at U.S. schools and colleges are a ?bridge and link to help people from all over the world learn Chinese, understand China, and strengthen educational and cultural exchanges and cooperation between China and other countries." Zhao said the accusations against the institutes were without basis and were motivated by ?ideological prejudice and self-interest."


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  • Mexican government forces out over 1,000 immigration officials accused of corruption -
  • Mei Xiang, the National Zoo's female giant panda, is very pregnant and her cub could come as soon as this weekend -

    Mei Xiang, the National Zoo's female giant panda, is very pregnant and her cub could come as soon as this weekendThe panda cub could be the first cub at The National Zoo since Bei Bei was born in 2015. He left to China last year.


  • The US said federal agents have seized millions of dollars in bitcoin from terrorist groups al-Qaeda and Hamas -

    The US said federal agents have seized millions of dollars in bitcoin from terrorist groups al-Qaeda and HamasOfficials said it's the US government's "largest-ever" seizure of cryptocurrency accounts controlled by terrorist organizations.


  • What Harris Got from Biden During Her Job Interview -

    What Harris Got from Biden During Her Job InterviewUnlike Joe Biden in 2008, Kamala Harris had almost no negotiating leverage. But that may be beside the point.


  • US economist proposes $12 trillion in slavery reparations to eliminate black-white wealth gap -

    US economist proposes $12 trillion in slavery reparations to eliminate black-white wealth gapA renowned economist has said that $12 trillion should be afforded to black Americans in reparation for slavery to help the close wealth gap.Duke University professor, William Darity Jr, and writer, Kirsten Mullen, jointly published a report for The Roosevelt Institute, an American liberal think tank, laying out a case for slavery reparations.


  • Israel-UAE deal a Trump coup, but his sights are set on Iran -

    Israel-UAE deal a Trump coup, but his sights are set on IranThe Israel-UAE agreement gives the United States a rare diplomatic success in the Middle East -- but it is Iran which President Donald Trump has in his sights, with a strategy that now shifts to the United Nations.


  • Nigerian police rescue Kano man locked up in his parents' garage -

    Nigerian police rescue Kano man locked up in his parents' garageThe emaciated aged 30 had been left for at least three years without proper care, police say.


  • Filing: Kansas prof's prosecution criminalizes job disputes -

    Filing: Kansas prof's prosecution criminalizes job disputesThe prosecution of a Kansas researcher ensnared in a U.S. government crackdown on Chinese economic espionage and trade secret theft opens the door to criminalizing workplace disagreements, his attorneys argued Friday in a motion asking a court to throw out the charges. Feng ?Franklin? Tao is charged with not disclosing on conflict-of-interest forms work he was allegedly doing for China while employed at the University of Kansas ? something federal prosecutors have portrayed as a scheme to defraud the university, the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation. In their request to dismiss the case, defense lawyers Peter Zeidenberg and Michael Dearington wrote that the government seeks to use Tao's prosecution as a potential new model for the Justice Department to prosecute professors ?without having to produce evidence of intellectual property theft or export control violations.?


  • Decades-old photo of Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell and a Confederate flag lives on and on -

    Decades-old photo of Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell and a Confederate flag lives on and onMcConnell said he thinks the photograph was taken during his first term in the Senate at a Sons of Confederate Veterans meeting in Louisville.


  • A Florida homeless man found luxury. He moved into a stadium luxury suite, police say -

    A Florida homeless man found luxury. He moved into a stadium luxury suite, police sayA homeless man somehow got into Al Lang Stadium and lived in a luxury suite for nearly two weeks, police said.


  • B-21 bomber program survives pandemic disruptions -

    B-21 bomber program survives pandemic disruptions"All of the hard engineering is kind of behind us," the head of the Rapid Capabilities Office said of the B-21.


  • Americans could be staring down the worst public health crisis in recent history if COVID-19 rages on into the flu season, CDC warns -

    Americans could be staring down the worst public health crisis in recent history if COVID-19 rages on into the flu season, CDC warns"I'm asking you to do four simple things: wear a mask, social distance, wash your hands, and be smart about crowds," CDC Director Robert Redfield said


  • Greece has secretly sent away more than 1,000 migrants, taking them to the edge of the country's territorial waters and then abandoning them at sea -

    Greece has secretly sent away more than 1,000 migrants, taking them to the edge of the country's territorial waters and then abandoning them at sea"I left Syria for fear of bombing ? but when this happened, I wished I'd died under a bomb," Najma al-Khatib told The Times.


  • Postal service seen hauling mailboxes away in trucks as Trump's pick to lead USPS makes controversial changes before election -

    Postal service seen hauling mailboxes away in trucks as Trump's pick to lead USPS makes controversial changes before electionNew reports of US Postal Service workers hauling away mailboxes in flatbed trucks and locking shut convenient drop slots have caused widespread concerns among Oregon residents about mail-in voting during the presidential election in November.Photos that spread across social media in recent weeks showed truck beds stacked with dropbox mailboxes ? large, blue Postal Service boxes in which mail can be dropped off on the side of the road without having to visit a Post Office.


  • Special Tactics Airman Who Fought Off Taliban Despite Concussion Will Get Silver Star -

    Special Tactics Airman Who Fought Off Taliban Despite Concussion Will Get Silver StarFor his actions on May 25, 2013, in Afghanistan's eastern Ghazni province, John Grimesey will receive the Silver Star.


  • U.S. Navy carrier conducted exercises in South China Sea on Aug. 14 -

    U.S. Navy carrier conducted exercises in South China Sea on Aug. 14A U.S. Navy aircraft carrier conducted exercises in the contested South China Sea on Friday, the U.S. navy said in a statement. A strike group led by the USS Ronald Reagan conducted flight operations and high-end maritime stability operations and exercises, the statement said. "Integration with our joint partners is essential to ensuring joint force responsiveness and lethality, and maintaining a free and open Indo-Pacific," U.S. Navy Commander Joshua Fagan, Task Force 70 air operations officer aboard USS Ronald Reagan, was quoted as saying.


  • Ex-FBI lawyer to plead guilty in Trump-Russia probe review -

    Ex-FBI lawyer to plead guilty in Trump-Russia probe reviewA former FBI lawyer plans to plead guilty to making a false statement in the first criminal case arising from U.S. Attorney John Durham's investigation into the probe of ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign, his lawyer said Friday. Kevin Clinesmith is accused of altering a government email about a former Trump campaign adviser who was a target of secret FBI surveillance, according to documents filed in Washington's federal court.


  • A parasite feasts on a fish's tongue until it's gone. Don't worry, humans can't get it. -

    A parasite feasts on a fish's tongue until it's gone. Don't worry, humans can't get it.When it latches itself onto the fish?s tongue, it feeds on the tongue?s blood vessels until it replaces the tongue. But it's nothing to worry about.


  • He was working security at a Key West bar. Police say he?s part of a murder plot -

    He was working security at a Key West bar. Police say he?s part of a murder plotKey West police and U.S. Marshals arrested a man working security at a bar in the Southernmost City this week who is a suspect in a stalking and attempted murder case in Nebraska.


  • More than 50 Confederate symbols moved, taken down in wake of George Floyd's death, study says -

    More than 50 Confederate symbols moved, taken down in wake of George Floyd's death, study saysIn the months since George Floyd died in Minneapolis while in police custody, protests have rippled across the United States, with hundreds of demonstrators rallying against systemic racism and calling for justice. Among some of the more prominent changes sparked by Floyd's death is the speedy removal and renaming of landmarks and monuments representing the Confederacy. Such symbols have come ...


  • After months of haggling, Lockheed moves on German air defense bid -

    After months of haggling, Lockheed moves on German air defense bidLockheed Martin and MBDA Deutschland have submitted another bid for Germany?s next-generation air defense system, following negotiations throughout the summer that some observers said nearly tanked the project.


  • Cancellation policies for the 4 major airlines show it?s almost impossible for customers to just get their money back -

    Cancellation policies for the 4 major airlines show it?s almost impossible for customers to just get their money backMany Americans are postponing or canceling their travel plans, and airlines are trying to hold on to the profits for as long as they can.


  • Bison violently attacks motorcyclist in South Dakota -

    Bison violently attacks motorcyclist in South DakotaA motorcyclist has survived a violent attack by a bison in the Black Hills of South Dakota, sheriff?s officials said.


  • Hillary Clinton would 'consider' working for a Biden administration -

    Hillary Clinton would 'consider' working for a Biden administrationFormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she would consider a role in Joe Biden's administration if the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee is elected in November."I'm ready to help in any way I can because I think this will be a moment where every American ? I don't care what party you are, I don't care what age, race, gender, I don't care ? every American should want to fix our country," Ms Clinton said.


  • Nearly half of Brazilians say Bolsonaro not to blame for coronavirus death toll, poll says -

    Nearly half of Brazilians say Bolsonaro not to blame for coronavirus death toll, poll saysAlmost half of Brazilians think President Jair Bolsonaro bears "no responsibility at all" for the country's more than 100,000 dead from the coronavirus pandemic, the world's second highest death toll, according to a new Datafolha poll. The poll was published on Saturday in Brazil's Folha de Sao Paulo newspaper and says 47% of Brazilians do not assign him any blame for the body count, whereas 11% do. Brazil has the world's worst outbreak outside of the United States and Bolsonaro's response to the pandemic has been widely condemned by health experts.


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