Nevada Democrats hope to avoid Iowa caucus chaos

Nevada Democrats hope to avoid Iowa caucus chaos

Democrats are working to avoid a repeat of the chaos surrounding the Iowa caucuses as they prepare for Saturday's Nevada caucuses to choose a Democratic nominee to challenge President Donald Trump.
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Rep. Tlaib: Inmates 'left to die' during pandemic

Rep. Tlaib: Inmates 'left to die' during pandemic

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Michigan, is calling for the release of eligible inmates during the COVID-19 pandemic to prevent them from contracting the virus while in custody. She says mass incarceration unfairly plagues communities of color.
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Mnuchin: Trump supports wearing masks

Mnuchin: Trump supports wearing masks

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told the White House press corps Thursday that President Trump supports Americans wearing masks to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
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Trump: Economy 'roaring back' after jobs report

Trump: Economy 'roaring back' after jobs report

President Donald Trump says the positive jobs report Thursday shows the U.S. economy is “roaring back” from the coronavirus and is the result of "a lot of talent."
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Blood, sweat and tears go into 'The Outpost'

Blood, sweat and tears go into 'The Outpost'

"The Outpost," which depicts the Battle of Kamdesh in Afghanistan in 2009, endured a fraught production with the sudden death of the director's son before filming and star Scott Eastwood breaking his ankle.
ShowBiz Minute: Whedon, Rush, Harry

ShowBiz Minute: Whedon, Rush, Harry

Actor says "Justice League" director Joss Whedon was "abusive"; Australian court upholds Geoffrey Rush's defamation payout; Prince Harry stresses need to tackle institutional racism.
Scott Eastwood acts with broken ankle

Scott Eastwood acts with broken ankle

Actor Scott Eastwood broke his ankle just before filming was due to start on action movie "The Outpost" - he carried on regardless.
First On-Screen Kiss: Dove Cameron

First On-Screen Kiss: Dove Cameron

Dove Cameron says her first on-screen kiss was awkward and doesn’t recall an time when it's been anything but.
First On-Screen Kiss: Logan Browning

First On-Screen Kiss: Logan Browning

Logan Browning has a Tyler Perry sitcom to thank for her first on-screen kiss.
Last whipping post in Delaware removed

Last whipping post in Delaware removed

An 8-foot tall whipping post was removed from a Delaware county courthouse square Wednesday after activists said it was a reminder of racial discrimination. Alleged criminals were tied to the post and whipped until 1952.
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On This Day: 2 July 1959

On This Day: 2 July 1959

Jazz musician Louis Armstrong returned to New York after contracting pneumonia on tour.
AP Top Stories July 2

AP Top Stories July 2

Here's the latest for Thursday, July 2nd: Congress members demand Russia-Afghanistan intelligence answers; Coronavirus spreading quickly in India; California shuts down bars & museums; Delaware removes its last whipping post.
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Residents want Selma bridge named for local leader

Residents want Selma bridge named for local leader

Petitions have circulated for years to rename the Edmund Pettus Bridge for Rep. John Lewis. But some residents of Selma, Alabama are critics of the bid to rename the bridge where voting rights marchers were beaten on Bloody Sunday in 1965.
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Houston hospitals criticized for ICU reporting

Houston hospitals criticized for ICU reporting

A change in how Houston area hospitals report intensive care unit capacity during the coronavirus pandemic has drawn criticism from the top two locally elected officials who question if the medical facilities are being fully transparent.
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White House is central to DC July 4th celebrations

White House is central to DC July 4th celebrations

For more than two centuries the White House has always played a central role in the Independence Day celebrations for the nation's capital.
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Today in History for July 2nd

Today in History for July 2nd

Highlights of this day in history: Continental Congress votes to break away from Britain; Civil Rights Act signed; Amelia Earhart disappears; President James Garfield shot; Author Ernest Hemingway commits suicide; Actor Jimmy Stewart dies.
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FDNY responds to building collapse in Brooklyn, NY

FDNY responds to building collapse in Brooklyn, NY

A three-story building collapsed in Brooklyn, New York on Wednesday. New York City Fire Department and emergency services determined there was no one in the building at the time of the collapse.
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Antetokounmpo: NBA trophy battle will be fierce

Antetokounmpo: NBA trophy battle will be fierce

Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks says the circumstances around deciding the next NBA league champ are so challenging with players competing in a bubble that no asterisk will be needed for whoever wins the championship.
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Seattle mayor defends effort to clear protest zone

Seattle mayor defends effort to clear protest zone

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said efforts by police and other city personnel to clear the 'occupied' protest zone were needed after the recent deaths of two people and the weeks-long presence of protesters left streets and businesses closed.
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Trump on Russian bounties: 'I think it's a hoax'

Trump on Russian bounties: 'I think it's a hoax'

In an interview with Fox Business Network, President Donald Trump, called intelligence assessments on Russian bounties to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan a “hoax."
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Citing bias, SFPD to restrict release of mug shots

Citing bias, SFPD to restrict release of mug shots

San Francisco police will stop releasing the mug shots of people who have been arrested unless they pose a threat to the public. Police Chief Bill Scott says the new policy is aimed at stopping the spread of negative stereotypes of minorities.
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Residents react to delay in NYC indoor dining

Residents react to delay in NYC indoor dining

New York City's restaurants won't be opening for indoor dining as planned next week as officials slowed down the city's phased reopening, citing a spike in cases in other states where it's allowed.
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Confederate statue removed in Richmond amid cheers

Confederate statue removed in Richmond amid cheers

A massive statue of Gen. Stonewall Jackson was removed from Richmond, Virginia's famed Monument Avenue amid cheers Wednesday afternoon, hours after the city's mayor gave the order to take down all Confederate monuments on city land.
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AP Top Stories July 1

AP Top Stories July 1

Here are the top stories for Wednesday, July 1st: Trump administration defends itself on Russian bounties; Seattle police break up "occupied protest zone"; NYC delays indoor dining due to pandemic; SpaceX launches GPS satellite.
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Miriam A. Hyman on joining ‘The Chi,’ Lupita Nyong’o's raps

Miriam A. Hyman on joining ‘The Chi,’ Lupita Nyong’o's raps

Miriam A. Hyman had no reservations joining Showtime's "The Chi" even though its original star, Jason Mitchell, was fired due to misconduct claims from co-star Tiffany Boone who eventually left the show. Hyman, whose rap moniker is Robyn Hood, als...