Vindman: It was my duty to report 'improper' call

Vindman: It was my duty to report 'improper' call

A key National Security Council witness testifying before the House impeachment hearings said he knew "without hesitation" that he had to report President Donald Trump's July 25th call with the president of Ukraine, which he called "improper."
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Outbreak delays return of California Assembly

Outbreak delays return of California Assembly

A coronavirus outbreak in the California Legislature has indefinitely delayed the state Assembly's return to work after a lawmaker and four other people who work in the Assembly tested positive for COVID-19.
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NEA president slams Trump's idea to reopen schools

NEA president slams Trump's idea to reopen schools

National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen García on Tuesday slammed president Donald Trump's suggestion that schools should reopen this fall, calling it "callous."
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'The Babysitters Club' gets a 2020 remake for Netflix

'The Babysitters Club' gets a 2020 remake for Netflix

Ann M. Martin's beloved tween book series, 'The Babysitters Club,' has been adapted into a new series on Netflix. It follows five friends who decide to start a babysitting service in their hometown.
Ringo Starr supports BLM movement on 80th birthday

Ringo Starr supports BLM movement on 80th birthday

Ringo Starr celebrated his 80th birthday with an appearance in Santa Monica, California and support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Trump pressures governors to open schools

Trump pressures governors to open schools

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he will pressure governors to reopen schools and colleges this fall, arguing that some want to keep schools closed for political reasons against the will of families.
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AP Top Stories July 7

AP Top Stories July 7

Here's the latest for Tuesday, July 7th: Brazil's Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-19; Dutch police arrest six for makeshift prison and "torture chamber" plot; Experimental treatment may have rid man of HIV; Vending machines now sell PPE in NYC ...
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Students criticize Trump student immigrant policy

Students criticize Trump student immigrant policy

American and foreign students are blasting new federal guidelines that say international students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall.
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Two million masks to be sent to Wisconsin schools

Two million masks to be sent to Wisconsin schools

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers announced that more than 2 million masks will be sent to public schools. Evers says he doesn't think he has the authority to order everyone in his state to wear masks.
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MTV's 'The Challenge' still strong after 35 seasons

MTV's 'The Challenge' still strong after 35 seasons

MTV’s “The Challenge” pioneered the reality TV competition genre, and after 35 seasons, it’s still going strong. Host T.J. Lavin says despite its longevity and passionate fans, the show doesn’t get the respect it deserves.
San Francisco delays return of bars, indoor dining

San Francisco delays return of bars, indoor dining

San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Tuesday that a planned July 13 date to resume indoor dining at restaurants and outdoor service at bars will be delayed.
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Mural of Breonna Taylor painted in Maryland park

Mural of Breonna Taylor painted in Maryland park

Nearly 30 volunteers and 10 teaching artists painted a 7,000-square-foot mural honoring Breonna Taylor – a 26-year old Black woman who was fatally shot by police in her Louisville, Kentucky apartment in March – at Chambers Park in Annapolis.
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Aggressive seaweed smothering Pacific reefs

Aggressive seaweed smothering Pacific reefs

Researchers say a recently discovered species of seaweed is rapidly spreading across an area of a national marine monument in the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands and is killing large patches of coral on historically "pristine" reefs.
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Columbus statue removed from California Capitol

Columbus statue removed from California Capitol

Crews were removing a statue of Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella from the California state Capitol on Tuesday.
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Mexican President faces politically risky US visit

Mexican President faces politically risky US visit

US-Mexico relations expert says President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's upcoming visit to Washington, D.C., is controversial with Mexicans, who largely disapprove of U.S. President Donald Trump.
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FBI's Wray: China aims to be sole 'superpower'

FBI's Wray: China aims to be sole 'superpower'

FBI Director Christopher Wray is detailing ongoing attempts by China to become the "world's only superpower." "The potential economic harm to American businesses and the economy as a whole almost defies calculation," Wray says.
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NYC subway rolls out mask vending machines

NYC subway rolls out mask vending machines

New York City has rolled out a dozen mask vending machines at 10 subway stations around the city as part of a pilot program. The new machines sell reusable face masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and sanitizing wipes.
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First On-Screen Kiss: Diego Luna

First On-Screen Kiss: Diego Luna

The first stage kiss for actor Diego Luna happened over and over again.
First On-Screen Kiss: Sienna Miller

First On-Screen Kiss: Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller's first on-screen kiss was with Bond, James Bond.
On This Day: 8 July 2011

On This Day: 8 July 2011

The final film in the massively successful "Harry Potter" franchise premiered in London's Trafalgar Square.
First On-Screen Kiss: Colman Domingo and Riley Keough

First On-Screen Kiss: Colman Domingo and Riley Keough

Actors Riley Keough and Colman Domingo think back to their first big on-screen kiss, with Domingo locking lips with a future Marvel superhero.
ShowBiz Minute: Depp, Daniels, Hanks

ShowBiz Minute: Depp, Daniels, Hanks

Johnny Depp arrives at Britain's High Court to attend a hearing of his claim against News Group Newspapers over a story alleging he was abusive to ex-wife Amber Heard; Stars pay tribute to country legend Charlie Daniels who has died aged 83; Tom H...
Hanks on US protests: 'It is a reckoning that's going on'

Hanks on US protests: 'It is a reckoning that's going on'

Actor Tom Hanks, who stars in new World War II naval drama "Greyhound," believes America is currently in the middle of a "reckoning" which "should have been around 15 years ago."
Hanks: 'If you can't wear a mask... I got no respect for you'

Hanks: 'If you can't wear a mask... I got no respect for you'

Tom Hanks has little patience for those who refuse to wear a mask in public. The Academy Award-winner and his actress-singer wife Rita Wilson tested positive for coronavirus in March.
America Disrupted: US on edge as election nears

America Disrupted: US on edge as election nears

America Disrupted: It is in places like Saginaw County, Michigan -- which narrowly flipped from voting for Barack Obama to voting for Donald Trump -- where clarity about a divided America’s future is likely to come.
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