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Jul 06, 2020

First On Screen Kiss: Cristin Milioti and Camila Mendes
"Riverdale" gave Camila Mendes her first on-screen kiss, while Cristin Milioti is still ashamed about hers. (July 6)       

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Jul 06, 2020

Frederick Douglass statue vandalized in Rochester, New York, on anniversary of famous speech
Frederick Douglass, who lived in Rochester after fleeing slavery, delivered his famous "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July" on July 5, 1852.        

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Jul 06, 2020

ShowBiz Minute: Morricone, Cordero, Royals
Spaghetti Western movie composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91; Broadway veteran Nick Cordero dies from virus complications; Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit hospital in Norfolk. (July 6)       

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Jul 06, 2020

First On-Screen Kiss: Bo Burnham
Actor Bo Burnham was pretty footloose when it came to his first professional kiss. (July 6)       

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Jul 06, 2020

First On-Screen Kiss: Carey Mulligan and Emerald Fennell
It was more making war than making love when Carey Mulligan and Emerald Fennell first acted together. (July 6)       

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Jul 06, 2020

First On-Screen Kiss: Andy Samberg
Andy Samberg reckons his first on-screen kiss was played for laughs. (July 6)       

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Jul 06, 2020

AP Top Stories July 6
Here's the latest for Monday, July 6th: Florida counts 200,000 coronavirus cases; Planes collide over lake in Idaho; Body of missing Ft. Hood soldier identified; Brush fire north of Los Angeles.        

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Jul 06, 2020

On This Day: 6 July 1978
Richard Burton movie "The Wild Geese" had a royal premiere in London. (July 6)       

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Jul 06, 2020

AP Top Stories July 6 A
Here's the latest for Monday, July 6th: Florida counts 200,000 coronavirus cases; Planes collide over lake in Idaho; Body of missing Ft. Hood soldier identified; Brush fire north of Los Angeles.       

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Jul 06, 2020

At least 2 killed in plane collision at Idaho lake
At least two people died in a plane crash Sunday over Lake Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and as many as six other people may be missing, the Kootenai County Sheriff's Office said. Witnesses said they saw two planes collide above the water. (July 6)       

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Jul 05, 2020

Today in History for July 6th
Highlights of this day in history: John Lennon and Paul McCartney meet for first time; Baseball's first All-Star Game; Outbreak of the Biafran War; Painter Frida Kahlo born; Althea Gibson wins at Wimbledon; Singing cowboy Roy Rogers dies. (July 6)       

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Jul 05, 2020

Breonna Taylor's lawyers link her shooting death to Louisville gentrification plan, claim 'outrageous' execution of search warrant
The complaint claims Breonna Taylor got wrapped up in a case that was less about a drug house and more about speeding up the city's development.        

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Jul 05, 2020

An 8-year-old was fatally shot in Atlanta near Wendy's restaurant where Rayshard Brooks was killed, police say
An 8-year-old was fatally shot Saturday night across the street from the Wendy's restaurant where Rayshard Brooks was killed, police said.        

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Jul 05, 2020

Aaron Glee has been charged with murders of Oluwatoyin Salau and Vicki Sims in Florida. He 'would have killed again,' experts say.
"Glee would have killed again if given the chance and most likely intended to acquire additional victims," said one renowned expert.        

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Jul 05, 2020

California has 5 of the top 20 most gentrified US cities, topped by San Francisco-Oakland, study shows. Here's the list.
A new study ranked the 20 most gentrified U.S. cities during a five-year period ending in 2017, with San Francisco-Oakland at No. 1. Here's the list.        

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Jul 05, 2020

Austin ICUs could be overrun in 10 days amid Texas coronavirus spike, mayor says
Austin-area ICUs are in danger of being overrun in the two weeks if hospital admissions continue its current pace, Mayor Steve Adler said.        

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Jul 05, 2020

Georgia State Patrol building damaged amid protest
The Georgia State Patrol says fireworks, rocks and graffiti have caused extensive damage to its headquarters in Atlanta. A spokesperson says public safety workers put out the fire early Sunday. Two employees were treated for smoke inhalation. (July 5)       

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Jul 05, 2020

A white man, woman vandalized a Black Lives Matter mural on July 4, called racism 'a leftist lie,' California police say
Police are looking for two white people who vandalized a Black Lives Matter mural in downtown Martinez, California, on the Fourth of July.       

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Jul 05, 2020

The fight over monuments asks who is an American hero and who is a 'symbol of hate'?
From presidents to explorers, Americans are delving into the often abusive histories of former leaders honored by statues and monuments.        

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Jul 05, 2020

Frederick Douglass statue in New York vandalized on anniversary weekend of 'What to the Slave is the Fourth of July' speech
On the same weekend in which Frederick Douglass years ago delivered one of his most historic speeches, a statue of Douglass was toppled from its base.       

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Jul 05, 2020

Dominion, Duke abandon plans to build $8B Atlantic Coast Pipeline, citing 'increasing legal uncertainty'
The project's developers, Dominion Energy and Duke Energy, announced the pipeline's cancellation on Sunday, citing "increasing legal uncertainty."        

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Jul 05, 2020

AP Top Stories July 5 P
Here's the latest for Sunday, July 5: Christopher Columbus statue toppled in Baltimore; India sees another record jump in coronavirus cases; Rio's Catholic church reopens for mass; baby Hawksbill turtles born on nearly empty Thailand beaches. (July 5)       

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Jul 05, 2020

Immigrant workers at Michigan greenhouse: We were cheated, tricked into deportation
Migrants from Mexico came to Michigan to work at a greenhouse, but were cheated of pay and tricked into being detained, according to a lawsuit.        

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Jul 05, 2020

Columbus statue toppled by protesters in Baltimore
Baltimore protesters pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the city's Inner Harbor Saturday night. Video captured by reporter Louis Krauss of The Baltimore Brew shows the moment the statue came down. (July 5)       

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Jul 05, 2020

South Carolina nightclub shooting leaves 2 dead, 8 hurt
A shooting at a nightclub in Greenville County, South Carolina left two people dead and eight wounded, according to sheriff's officials.        

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Jul 05, 2020

Flocks of people head to the beach for Fourth of July weekend
Crowds flock to beaches during July 4th weekend as some states ease coronavirus restrictions.       

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Jul 05, 2020

Watch: Christopher Columbus statue thrown into Baltimore Harbor on Fourth of July
Protesters pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus in Maryland on Independence Day and threw it into the Baltimore Harbor.        

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Jul 05, 2020

Today in History for July 5th
Highlights of this day in history: Elvis Presley holds his first major recording session; Birth of the bikini; Enron's Kenneth Lay dies; Arthur Ashe wins at Wimbledon; Larry Doby follows Jackie Robinson; Baseball's Ted Williams dies. (July 5)       

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Jul 05, 2020

Onlookers scream after woman falls at Grand Canyon trying to take photos
A 59-year-old woman from Scottsdale, Arizona, went off the trail and fell 100 feet to her death at Mather Point in the Grand Canyon.        

USATODAY National News
Jul 05, 2020

1 killed, 1 injured after car hits protesters on closed Seattle highway
Seattle has been the site of prolonged unrest following the May 25 police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, which sparked nationwide protests        

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Jul 04, 2020

Station Casinos, Red Rock Resorts president dies in July 4 watercraft accident
The company said Haskins died on July 4 in Michigan in a watercraft accident. Station Casinos is best known for its Palms Resort near the Strip.        

USATODAY National News
Jul 04, 2020

President Donald Trump hosts Independence Day celebration at White House
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump welcomed visitors to the White House's South Lawn to celebrate the Fourth of July.        

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Jul 04, 2020

The day in pictures
A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.        

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Jul 04, 2020

Woman falls to death at Grand Canyon after hiking off trail, taking photos
Rangers found Maria A. Salgado Lopez's body approximately 100 feet below the rim on Friday.        

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Jul 04, 2020

US civil rights leader on state of race relations
Leading US civil rights activist, the Rev. Al Sharpton, has lamented the state of race relations in America as the nation marks independence day amid a surging pandemic. (July 4)       

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Jul 04, 2020

NY honours virus victims with moment of silence
Current and former US politicians observed a Fourth of July moment of silence for victims of the pandemic in New York on Saturday. (July 4)       

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Jul 04, 2020

Independence Day 2020: Fourth of July festivities around the US
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Americans gathered to celebrate Independence Day on July 4.        

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Jul 04, 2020

Fourth of July celebrations draw protests around US
Demonstrators peacefully protested on July 4 to express frustrations and rally for the Black Lives Matter movement.        

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Jul 04, 2020

Two people critically injured after car plows into protesters on Seattle freeway
Seattle has been the site of prolonged unrest following the May 25 police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, which sparked nationwide protests        

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Jul 04, 2020

Florida boaters head out to celebrate 4th of July
The of Fourth of July restrictions didn't stop boaters from heading out in Palm Beach County, Florida. (July 4)       

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Jul 04, 2020

At least 21 states pause reopening or take new steps to limit the spread of COVID-19
States with rising COVID-19 cases, including Texas, Arizona and Florida, are pausing reopening, requiring masks or taking other steps. See the list.        

USATODAY National News
Jul 04, 2020

'We refuse to celebrate': July 4th protesters say not all Americans are free
Demonstrations were planned in more than a dozen U.S. cities on July 4th, including several protests and marches in the nation's capitol.       

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Jul 04, 2020

Trump opens Fourth of July weekend with fireworks
The opening of the Fourth of July weekend at the iconic Mount Rushmore ended with fireworks on Friday, after US President Donald Trump gave a speech lashing out at "left-wing mobs." (July 4)       

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Jul 04, 2020

Audience sits close at Trump's Mt Rushmore event
Audience sits close at Trump's Mt Rushmore event       

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Jul 04, 2020

Today in History for July 4th
Highlights of this day in history: America's Declaration of Independence; Former Presidents John Adams and Thomas Jefferson die on same day; Israel's raid at Entebbe; West Point opens; Lou Gehrig's farewell to baseball; Neil Simon born. (July 4)       

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Jul 04, 2020

Locusts threaten Kenya's food supply chain
A team has travelled by helicopter to one of Kenya's most remote corners to search for desert locusts, which threaten to cut off the nation's food supply if not controlled quickly. (July 4)       

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Jul 04, 2020

Look up Saturday night - and not at the fireworks. A 'prenumbral' lunar eclipse is happening.
Even if your fireworks display is canceled this year because of the coronavirus, there's still something in the sky to look for over the weekend.        

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Jul 04, 2020

A black bear named Bruno has traveled 400 miles in search of a mate. And he's gained quite a following.
Bruno the bear's summer walkabout has taken him from Wisconsin to Illinois, likely in search of a mate.        

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Jul 04, 2020

Two injured, one critically, after car plows into protesters on Seattle interstate
Seattle has been the site of prolonged unrest following the May 25 police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, which sparked nationwide protests        

USATODAY National News
Jul 03, 2020

Calif. beachgoers seek surf, sun before closures
Calif. beachgoers seek surf, sun before closures       

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Jul 03, 2020

Demo against St. Louis couple who pulled gun
Hundreds of people staged a demonstration near the home of a Missouri couple who pointed guns at protesters last week during a protest against the city's mayor Lyda Krewson. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Arizona sees record demand for hospital beds
Arizona is seeing record demand for hospital beds as the state struggles to control a surge in COVID-19 cases. On Wednesday, the state broke several of its own records for additional cases, deaths and hospitalizations. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Protesters: Firing not enough in police death
An attorney for the family of a 23-year-old man killed in a police chokehold last year says they may seek federal civil rights penalties. One of the officers was fired after photos surfaced of officers joking about Elijah McClain's death. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Photos show police reenacting chokehold on McClain
One of the three white officers who stopped Elijah McClain has been fired over photos showing colleagues reenacting the chokehold used before the Black man died last year, according to documents from prosecutors. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

'A crime against humanity': Officers fired over photo reenacting Elijah McClain chokehold
Among the fired officers: Jason Rosenblatt, one of the three white officers who stopped Elijah McClain, a 23-year-old Black man.        

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Jul 03, 2020

Champions weigh-in for New York's hot dog contest
Competitors have weighed-in ahead of the annual hot dog eating contest in New York's Coney Island on Saturday. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

AP Top Stories July 3 P
Here are the top stories for Friday, July 3: Trump heads to Mt. Rushmore for fireworks display; Chicago urges social distancing for July 4th; More than 160 dead in Myanmar landslide; Washington Redskins eyes nickname change.       

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Jul 03, 2020

Coronavirus updates: Surgeon General cautions that 'deaths lag at least two weeks' as cases rise in 40 states; 31 MLB players test positive
Dr. Jerome Adams urging Americans to wear face masks, socially distance. Forty states have seen cases increase last two weeks. Latest on coronavirus.        

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Jul 03, 2020

Astros begin summer camp at home amid pandemic
The Houston Astros resumed training Friday at their home field in the midst of a pandemic. Major League Baseball is set to start later this month with no fans and a shortened season. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Amid protests and a pandemic, what does it mean to be American in 2020?
This Fourth of July, American pride is at a 20-year low. Anti-racism protests and the pandemic have created divisions around national identity.        

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Jul 03, 2020

Store robbery prompts fatal shootout, suspect dead
A man robbing a gas station convenience store fatally shot a bystander before being killed in a wild shootout with another bystander, police in the Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale said Friday morning. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Some travelers face quarantine in Chicago
Chicago officials say people traveling to the city from 15 states with increasing numbers of confirmed cases of the coronavirus will have to quarantine for two weeks upon arrival or face possible fines. The order takes effect Monday. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Chicago mayor warns bars to limit holiday crowds
Chicago's mayor is warning her city's bars and restaurants to limit capacity this Fourth of July weekend and threatens to shut them down if they fail to follow social distancing rules. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

'Lift Every Voice and Sing' ignites hope across US
The Black national anthem was born more than a century ago, but the popular hymn within the African American community called "Lift Every Voice and Sing" has resurrected a beacon of hope during nationwide protests in recent weeks. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Florida boaters head out for the holiday weekend
The U.S. is headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled and several other restrictions, but it hasn't stopped boaters from heading out to sandbars in Palm Beach County, Florida. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Coronavirus updates: Surgeon General cautions that 'deaths lag at least two weeks' as cases rise in 40 states
Dr. Jerome Adams is urging Americans to wear face masks and socially distance. Meanwhile, 40 states have seen cases increase in last two weeks. Latest coronavirus news.        

USATODAY National News
Jul 03, 2020

Small plane lands amid Louisiana traffic
A Louisiana pilot experiencing engine trouble makes a safe emergency landing on a highway. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Divers uncover mysteries of earliest inhabitants of Americas deep inside Yucatan caves
Thousands of years ago, the first inhabitants of the Americas journeyed deep into caves to mine red ochre, a highly valued clay earth pigment.        

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Jul 03, 2020

Missing soldier Vanessa Guillen was killed, dismembered at Fort Hood, attorney says
Authorities have released the names of two suspects thought to be involved in the death of missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen.       

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Jul 03, 2020

Luxury hotel project stays its course in Rome
Renovations underway to turn Rome building into new Bulgari hotel, despite worst tourism crisis since WW2. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Coronavirus updates: Cases rise in 40 states; Jersey Shore open, but LA beaches closed; Texas mask mandate begins
India is expected to become the third worst-hit country. Face masks are now required in Texas as crowds flock to the Jersey Shore. Latest coronavirus news.        

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Jul 03, 2020

Prince Royce tests positive for COVID-19
Ahead of the July 4th holiday, Prince Royce reveals his shock at his own COVID-19 diagnosis. He hopes people will learn from him and be cautious. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

ShowBiz Minute: Royce, 'Songbird,' Ricci
Prince Royce says he was shocked at COVID-19 diagnosis; Union tells actors not to work on pandemic film "Songbird"; Christina Ricci files for divorce from husband of 7 years. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Army IDs Fort Hood soldier who killed himself after being questioned about Vanessa Guillen
Spc. Aaron David Robinson ran away from Fort Hood after officials said they found partial human remains near the Leon River, authorities said.       

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Jul 03, 2020

Vanessa Guillen's sister: Fort Hood soldier questioned in disappearance laughed in my face
U.S. Army officials identified Spc. Aaron David Robinson as the soldier who killed himself after being questioned about missing Spc. Vanessa Guillen.        

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Jul 03, 2020

Church pastor suspended after calling Black Lives Matter organizers 'maggots'
The diocese in Lafayette, Indiana, has suspended a priest from public ministry after calling Black Lives Matter organizers "maggots and parasites"        

USATODAY National News
Jul 03, 2020

The fight over monuments asks, who is an American hero and who is a 'symbol of hate'?
From presidents to explorers, Americans are delving into the often abusive histories of former leaders honored by statues and monuments.        

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Jul 03, 2020

Coronavirus updates: Cases rise in 40 of 50 states; Jersey Shore open, but L.A. beaches closed; Texas mask mandate begins
India is expected to become the third worst-hit country. Face masks are now required in Texas as crowds flock to the Jersey Shore. Latest coronavirus news.        

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Jul 03, 2020

Williams teases socially distanced Capitol concert
Vanessa Williams says this year's 'A Capitol Fourth' concert will be different due to COVID-19, and special to her as a woman of color. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

'Hamilton' star Christopher Jackson on diversifying Broadway
One of the stars of "Hamilton" - Christopher Jackson - hopes Broadway will become more inclusive, but only if it nurtures young composers, theater makers, and actors of color. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Coronavirus outbreak in university frat houses
At least 80 students living in a dozen fraternity houses near the University of Washington campus in Seattle have reported testing positive for COVID-19, with hundreds of results pending, the university says. (July 3)       

USATODAY National News
Jul 03, 2020

On This Day: 3 July 1989
Tim Burton's "Batman" became the quickest movie to gross $100 million. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

First On-Screen Kiss: Sam Heughan & Caitriona Balfe
It takes a while for "Outlander" stars Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe to remember their first on-screen kiss. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

Coronavirus updates: US surpasses 52K daily cases; Jersey Shore open, California beaches closed for July 4th; Texas mask mandate begins
India is expected to become the third worst-hit country. Face masks are now required in Texas as crowds flock to the Jersey Shore. Latest coronavirus news.        

USATODAY National News
Jul 03, 2020

AP Top Stories July 3 A
Here's the latest for Friday July 3rd: Pelosi, Schumer blast Trump over Russia-Afghanistan allegations; Texas governor makes masks mandatory in public for most of state; Coronavirus outbreak in U. of Washington frat houses; NJ casinos reopen.       

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Jul 03, 2020

For nearly 160 years, St. George has been known as Utah's 'Dixie.' The name is all over the city. Is it time to change?
The word "Dixie" is everywhere in St. George, Utah. The controversy over its Confederate ties is back in the public eye — but it's not a new debate.        

USATODAY National News
Jul 03, 2020

Texas governor issues mask order to fight COVID-19
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday ordered that face coverings must be worn in public across most of the state, a dramatic ramp-up of the Republican's efforts to control spiking numbers of confirmed coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. (July 3)       

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Jul 03, 2020

A US first? Massachusetts city votes to recognize polyamorous relationships in domestic partnership policy
Instead of defining domestic partnership as "entity formed by two persons," Somerville's ordinance defines the term as "entity formed by people."       

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Jul 03, 2020

Army IDs Fort Hood soldier who killed himself after being questioned about disappearance of Vanessa Guillen
Spc. Aaron David Robinson ran away from Fort Hood after officials said they found partial human remains near the Leon River, authorities said.       

USATODAY National News
Jul 02, 2020

Today in History for July 3rd
Highlights of this day in history: Union forces win the Battle of Gettysburg in the American Civil War; George Washington takes charge of the Continental Army; Algeria gains independence; Actor Tom Cruise born; Singer Jim Morrison dies. (July 3)       

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Jul 02, 2020

A group of partygoers ignored requests for help in coronavirus contact tracing. This New York county responded with subpoenas.
The party in mid-June was hosted by someone who was sick with coronavirus at the time, Rockland County Executive Ed Day told USA TODAY on Thursday.       

USATODAY National News
Jul 02, 2020

'Embarrassing': Oregon police trooper put on leave after flouting state's mask mandate at coffee shop
Oregon State Police officials said the trooper who refused to wear a mask on Wednesday at a coffee shop has been placed on leave.        

USATODAY National News
Jul 02, 2020

White Michigan couple charged with assault, man fired after videos show woman pointing gun at Black family in Chipotle parking lot
Jillian Wuestenberg and Eric Wuestenberg have been charged with felonious assault. Videos show a woman pulling out a handgun on a Black family.        

USATODAY National News
Jul 02, 2020

LAPD funding slashed by $150M, reducing officers
City leaders voted Wednesday to slash the Los Angeles Police Department budget by $150 million, reducing the number of officers to a level not seen for more than a decade amid nationwide demands to shift money away from law enforcement agencies. (July 2)       

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Jul 02, 2020

'Egregious conduct': Ohio sheriff's deputy kicked jail inmate in the head with his work boot, video shows
"Video from the Justice Center shows Franklin immediately kicking Ballachino one time in the head," said Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters.        

USATODAY National News
Jul 02, 2020

In CA: In the city with the highest pay in the state, your house isn't likely to burn down
It's a battle to win hearts and minds in California, and Gov. Newsom and friends are ready to spend big to do it. And I'll tell you the story of the city that on average pays its employees the most of anywhere in the Golden State, a little place where there's one firefighter for every 4.2 residents.       

USATODAY National News
Jul 02, 2020

New closures as California confronts virus spike
California took a step back in reopening its economy as Gov. Gavin Newsom shut down inside restaurant dining across most of the state for three weeks amid troubling increases in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. (July 2)       

USATODAY National News
Jul 02, 2020

Pelicans' Zion Williamson excited by return
Pelicans forward Zion Williamson says he feels fortunate to be able to resume his NBA rookie season. (July 2)       

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Jul 02, 2020

'They don't make turtle-sized wheelchairs': Two years later, Maryland's 'Lego Turtle' has recovered from shell fractures
An Eastern box turtle who spent two years recovering from shell fractures that required use a custom Lego wheelchair is nearing a full recovery.        

USATODAY National News
Jul 02, 2020

Washington state to mandate masks for customers
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced Thursday that because of an increase in the rate of COVID-19 infection, starting next week, businesses statewide will not be able to serve customers who don't wear facial coverings. (July 2)       

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