Squaw Valley Ski Resort considers name change

Squaw Valley Ski Resort considers name change

California's Squaw Valley Ski Resort received international name recognition by hosting the 1960 Olympics. Now that name, considered offensive to Native Americans, is being reconsidered in the wake of a national reckoning over racial injustice.
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Small businesses fight for survival as they reopen

Small businesses fight for survival as they reopen

As New York City businesses re-open after the COVID-19 lockdown, they have to balance the safety of their staff and patrons with their own feelings of excitement and anxiety.
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Today in History for July 14th

Today in History for July 14th

Highlights of this day in history: Bastille prison stormed during the French Revolution; Outlaw 'Billy the Kid' gunned down; Richard Speck murders student nurses in Chicago; Mariner 4 probe flies by Mars; Folk singer Woody Guthrie born.
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Zoo kittens show their carnivorous side

Zoo kittens show their carnivorous side

A pair of black-footed cat kittens are starting on a carnivorous diet at the San Diego Zoo. Although the pair look like cute house cats, their species is said to be the world's deadliest.
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COVID outbreaks threaten plans to reopen colleges

COVID outbreaks threaten plans to reopen colleges

COVID-19 outbreaks linked to student parties are threatening plans to reopen colleges and universities. A spike in infections linked to fraternity parties are complicating efforts to bring students and faculty back to the UC Berkeley campus.
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Analyst: Redskins rebranding is necessary

Analyst: Redskins rebranding is necessary

Washington's NFL team is shedding the "Redskins" name and logo after pressure from sponsors and criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans. An analyst says the team was forced to rebrand after financial backers demanded it.
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San Francisco Zoo reopens with virus safety rules

San Francisco Zoo reopens with virus safety rules

The San Francisco Zoo reopened its outdoor exhibit areas to the public on Monday, after being closed for nearly four months during the virus outbreak. The opening comes with new safety measures, amid a spike in COVID-19 cases in California.
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Trump: Radical politicians want to 'defund' police

Trump: Radical politicians want to 'defund' police

President Donald Trump used a White House law enforcement roundtable to pitch himself as a law and order candidate while warning of a “radical left” push toward lawlessness.
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AP Top Stories July 13

AP Top Stories July 13

Here's the latest for Monday July 13th: Trump doubles down on schools reopening; Body found in search for ‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera; Fire still burning on Navy ship; Washington's NFL team drops 'Redskins' name; Mars is about to be invaded by planet ...
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Football fans react to Redskins "retiring" name

Football fans react to Redskins "retiring" name

Some football fans are upset while others support "retiring" the Redskins name and Indian head logo from the Washington DC-based NFL team. It follows pressure from sponsors and decades of criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans.
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California returns to limits on indoor gatherings

California returns to limits on indoor gatherings

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has extended the closure of bars and indoor dining statewide and has ordered gyms, churches and hair salons closed in most places as coronavirus cases keep rising in the nation's most populated state.
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Trump says he has 'good relationship' with Fauci

Trump says he has 'good relationship' with Fauci

President Donald Trump says he has a "good relationship" with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious diseases expert, who has been sidelined by the White House. But, Trump says, he doesn't "always agree with him."
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Fire burns on Navy ship in San Diego, dozens hurt

Fire burns on Navy ship in San Diego, dozens hurt

Firefighters are still battling a blaze that broke out on a Navy combat ship in San Diego and injured at least 57 people. The fire started Sunday morning aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard, triggering an explosion that rocked San Diego Bay.
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Trump: getting 'rave reviews' for commuting Stone

Trump: getting 'rave reviews' for commuting Stone

President Donald Trump says he's getting "rave reviews" for his decision to commute the 40-month prison sentence of longtime ally Roger Stone, who Trump insists was not given a fair trial.
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Seattle mayor: police cuts plan 'not responsible'

Seattle mayor: police cuts plan 'not responsible'

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is responding to a push by the Seattle City Council to cut the police force's budget by 50 percent. Such a cut could "decimate" the department's ability to respond to emergencies, Durkan said Monday.
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McEnany says Trump, Fauci have 'good' relationship

McEnany says Trump, Fauci have 'good' relationship

After days of White House attacks on the credibility of Dr. Anthony Fauci, press secretary Kayleigh McEnany insists President Donald Trump and the nation's top infectious disease specialist have always had a "very good working relationship."
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Federal execution would be first in 17 years

Federal execution would be first in 17 years

The federal government could carry out the first federal execution in nearly two decades on Monday, over the objection of the family of the victims.
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Andy Samberg's new movie 'Palm Springs' broke a Sundance sales record by 69 cents

Andy Samberg's new movie 'Palm Springs' broke a Sundance sales record by 69 cents

In the new rom-com, "Palm Springs," out now on Hulu, Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti play wedding guests who get caught in a time-loop where they keep reliving a wedding day over and over. Earlier this year, it broke the Sundance Film Festival sa...
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Docuseries 'Lenox Hill' follows staff at New York Hospital

Docuseries 'Lenox Hill' follows staff at New York Hospital

A new eight-part Netflix series, "Lenox Hill," follows four doctors at a New York City hospital of the same name.
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NYC mayor 'heartbroken' over killing of 1 year old

NYC mayor 'heartbroken' over killing of 1 year old

New York City's mayor called the killed of a 1 year old child over the weekend 'heartbreaking' Monday as he started his daily coronavirus briefing. Mayor Bill de Blasio called for a moment of silence in memory of Davell Gardner, Jr.
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Tractor trailer flips, catches fire on NJ highway

Tractor trailer flips, catches fire on NJ highway

A tractor trailer flipped and caught fire on a New Jersey highway Monday, sending a large plume of smoke into the air that could be seen from afar.
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First On-Screen Kiss: Rosario Dawson

First On-Screen Kiss: Rosario Dawson

Rosario Dawson’s first on-screen kiss was a rollercoaster of a ride.
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On This Day: 13 July 1999

On This Day: 13 July 1999

Director Stanley Kubrick's final film, "Eyes Wide Shut," premiered in Los Angeles.
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First On-Screen Kiss: Lana Condor

First On-Screen Kiss: Lana Condor

Lana Condor doesn’t quite remember her first on-screen kiss, but she does reveal which co-star she has kissed the most.
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ShowBiz Minute: Preston, Keough, Rivera

ShowBiz Minute: Preston, Keough, Rivera

Kelly Preston, actor and wife of John Travolta, has died at the age of 57; Grandson of Elvis Presley has died at age 27, agent says; The search to find Naya Rivera resumed on Sunday and will now include boats and expand to nearby cabins.
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AP Top Stories July 13

AP Top Stories July 13

Here's the latest for Monday July 13th: 15,000 coronavirus cases in Florida in one day; Explosion and fire on Navy ship; Search for Naya Rivera continues; NFL Washington Redskins to get new name.
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Mars is about to be invaded by planet Earth

Mars is about to be invaded by planet Earth

Three countries — the United States, China and the United Arab Emirates — are sending unmanned spacecraft to Mars beginning this week, in an effort to seek signs of ancient microscopic life while scouting out places for future astronauts.
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Today in History for July 13th

Today in History for July 13th

Highlights of this day in history: Live Aid concerts held in London and Philadelphia; A French revolutionary is stabbed in his bath; Civil War draft riots erupt in New York; A power blackout hits the Big Apple; Actor Harrison Ford born.
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AP Top Stories July 12

AP Top Stories July 12

Here are the top stories for Sunday, July 12th: Florida reports single-day highest number of virus cases nationwide; At least 11 hurt in fire at Naval Base San Diego; Poland presidential runoff too close to call; Search expanded for missing actres...
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Aerials show ship ablaze at Naval Base San Diego

Aerials show ship ablaze at Naval Base San Diego

At least one person was treated for smoke inhalation after a fire broke out Sunday on board a ship at Naval Base San Diego. Military officials said the blaze was reported shortly before 9 a.m. on USS Bonhomme Richard.
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Today in History for July 12

Today in History for July 12

Highlights of this day in history: Julius Caesar born; Walter Mondale taps Geraldine Ferraro as the first woman to run on a major party ticket for the White House; Boris Yeltsin quits the Soviet Communist Party; Comedian Bill Cosby born.
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Search for Glee actress expands to nearby cabins

Search for Glee actress expands to nearby cabins

The search to find “Glee” TV show star Naya Rivera in a Southern California lake resumed on Sunday and will now include boats and expand to nearby cabins. Officials believe Rivera, 33, drowned in Lake Piru, northwest of Los Angeles.
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Search for Glee actress expands to nearby cabins

Search for Glee actress expands to nearby cabins

The search to find “Glee” TV show star Naya Rivera in a Southern California lake resumed on Sunday and will now include boats and expand to nearby cabins. Officials believe Rivera, 33, drowned in Lake Piru, northwest of Los Angeles.
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IndyCar racing fans return after late season start

IndyCar racing fans return after late season start

Racing fans were out in their thousands on Saturday for the opening race of a weekend doubleheader at Road America, with IndyCar welcoming fans to its races for the first time this season.
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Trump wears mask in public for first time

Trump wears mask in public for first time

U.S. President Donald Trump wore a mask during a visit to a military hospital on Saturday, the first time the president has been seen in public with the type of facial covering recommended by health officials as a precaution against spreading or b...
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AP Top Stories July 11

AP Top Stories July 11

Here are the top stories for Saturday, July 11th: Search for missing 'Glee' star Rivera continues; 5 dead and 40 arrests in attack on South Africa church; Two dead in Nigeria building collapse; Michigan's Palace of Auburn Hills imploded.
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Washington, D.C. beekeepers are essential workers

Washington, D.C. beekeepers are essential workers

Washington, D.C., has declared beekeepers as essential workers during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Michigan's Palace of Auburn Hills Imploded

Michigan's Palace of Auburn Hills Imploded

The remaining structure of The Palace of Auburn Hills was imploded Saturday morning, bringing an end to the process of dismantling the building that began in February.
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Today in History for July 11th

Today in History for July 11th

Highlights of this day in history: America normalizes diplomatic ties with Vietnam; Aaron Burr mortally wounds Alexander Hamilton in a duel; Skylab makes a fiery return to Earth; Babe Ruth's major league debut; Laurence Olivier dies.
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Trump eyes 'road to citizenship' for DACA

Trump eyes 'road to citizenship' for DACA

President Donald Trump told a Spanish language network news anchor that during the next few weeks, he will be signing an executive order on immigration that will provide a "road to citizenship" for DACA recipients.
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Officials seek 'closure' for family in Rivera search

Officials seek 'closure' for family in Rivera search

Authorities renewed the search Friday for “Glee” star Naya Rivera, who is believed to have drowned in a Southern California lake while boating with her 4-year-old son.
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AP Top Stories July 10 5

AP Top Stories July 10 5

Here are the top stories for Friday, July 10th: Trump and Biden trade jabs on virus and economy; Trump cancels N.H. rally; Attorneys seek home confinement for Epstein associate; Hagia Sophia reverting from museum to mosque.
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Analysis: Catholic Church wins $1.4B in virus aid

Analysis: Catholic Church wins $1.4B in virus aid

The U.S. Roman Catholic Church used a special and unprecedented exemption from federal rules to amass at least $1.4 billion in taxpayer-backed coronavirus aid.
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Lawyer: 150 Minneapolis cops seek disability

Lawyer: 150 Minneapolis cops seek disability

An attorney says at least 150 Minneapolis police officers are filing work-related disability claims after the death of George Floyd and ensuing unrest, with many citing post-traumatic stress disorders
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Army to have independent probe of solider's death

Army to have independent probe of solider's death

Texas Rep. Sylvia Garcia and the League of United Latin American Citizens said that the U.S. Army supports a call for the Department of Defense's Inspector General to conduct a independent investigation into the murder of Vanessa Guillén.
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Tropical Storm brings heavy rain to US Northeast

Tropical Storm brings heavy rain to US Northeast

Tropical Storm Fay slightly picked up speed and strength as it moved closer to land Friday, and forecasters decreased projections for rain totals and flooding.
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Bob Geldof assess personal toll 35 years after Live AId

Bob Geldof assess personal toll 35 years after Live AId

Bob Geldof reflects on the frustration of sudden fame after Live Aid, 35 years after groundbreaking fundraiser.
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Trump warns Biden embraces socialism or 'worse'

Trump warns Biden embraces socialism or 'worse'

President Donald Trump is criticizing former President Barack Obama's efforts to lift some sanctions against Cuba and warns that the presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, would even embrace socialism domestically.
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