Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis Selling $14M Beverly Hills Mansion: See Pics Of Gym, Sauna, Wine Bar & More

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are selling the first home they owned as a couple. We have pics of the $14 million estate that includes a pool, sauna and chef’s kitchen. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are on the move! The pair is asking $14 million for their traditional, East Coast style estate in the Beverly […]

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Protesters Clash With Police in Union Square

Whether it’s reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, Times Video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. Whether it’s reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, Times Video journalists […]

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South and west suburban properties to get break in assessments to reflect COVID-19 impact

“No Corona!” written in chalk on the sidewalk outside a Riverside home in April. | Brian Ernst/Sun-Times file The goal is to cap rates that are often used as a factor in determining property values, according to a report titled Cook County Assessor’s COVID-19 Adjustments to Property Assessments in the South and West Suburbs. The […]

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China Passes Security Law to Tighten Control of Hong Kong

Whether it’s reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, Times Video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. Whether it’s reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, Times Video journalists […]

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UConn Student Wanted in 2 Homicides, Peter Manfredonia, Is Caught in Maryland

Image Peter Manfredonia had been wanted in a sequence of violent events that included a home invasion and kidnapping.Credit…Connecticut State Police, via Associated Press A University of Connecticut student who had been wanted since Friday in the killing of two people was taken into custody on Wednesday night in Maryland after a multistate manhunt, the […]

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Man, 20, arrested in nursing home assault captured on video

A 20-year-old Detroit nursing home patient has been arrested for assault and battery after a video shared on social media showed a 75-year-old patient in the same facility being punched By The Associated Press May 23, 2020, 5:17 PM 1 min read 1 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article DETROIT — A […]

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Nursing homes now account for half of all Illinois coronavirus deaths; protesters gather at Pritzker’s house

An activist protests outside Gov. Pritzker’s Chicago home demanding those in long-term care facilities get resources amid the coronavirus pandemic, Friday, May 22, 2020. | Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times Nursing homes reported 1,583 new coronavirus cases and 395 new deaths in the past week, bringing a Sun-Times count of state totals to 2,368 deaths and 14,799 confirmed […]

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Tanglewood, Musical Haven in the Berkshires, Cancels Summer Season

Summer after summer, the Boston Symphony Orchestra retreats to its seasonal home: Tanglewood, a bucolic and beloved outdoor destination for music, tucked away in the Berkshires. New England’s vacationers and classical buffs follow by the hundreds of thousands. But this year, for the first time since the Second World War, Tanglewood’s season, a staple of […]

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138 more Illinois COVID-19 deaths; Chicago region hits benchmark for next reopening phase — for now

Gov. J.B. Pritzker speaks during a virtual news briefing Thursday from his Chicago home. | Provided In total, 3,928 people have died from the coronavirus. Officials on Thursday said there were 3,239 new cases among 22,678 test results. In total, there have been 87,937 positive cases in 98 of Illinois’ 102 counties. Another 138 people […]

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Former Laker D.J. Mbenga bolsters aid to Congo after sister’s COVID-19 death

D.J. Mbenga has long felt a sense of obligation to help his home country. During a recent conversation, the former Laker began talking about his Mbenga Foundation. It helps educate children in the Democratic Republic of Congo, builds clean water wells, and advocates for sexual assault victims. He shared the concerns, from orphanages he tries […]

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Sharing Joints and Other Mundane Things We Wish We Could Get Back

After two months of home isolation, a lot of us are starting to feel torn between wanting to get back to the lives we left behind and the knowledge of how that’s impossible, at least not until widespread testing, contact tracing, and a COVID-19 vaccine are made widely available. This inability to get back to […]

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Drew League will shut down this summer because of coronavirus

Drew League commissioner Dino Smiley could see it — the biggest summer yet. Inside a new home at El Camino College, imagine LeBron James suiting up next to his son, Bronny. Maybe Drake, who name-checked the league on his latest album, is calling the game on the mic. “Being there,” Smiley said, “you never know […]

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Celeb Moms Bonding With Their Kids In Quarantine: Kylie Jenner With Stormi & More

They may be stuck at home right now, but celeb moms like Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian are cherishing the opportunity to bond with their kids. See how these supermoms are getting it done! School’s cancelled, playdates are forbidden, and going out on the town is a no go for families during the COVID-19 crisis, […]

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Manafort released to home confinement amid coronavirus threat: lawyer

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been transferred to home confinement after he sought the transfer due to the health risk in prison from coronavirus, Fox News has confirmed. Manafort, 70, was serving his sentence at FCI Loretto, a low-security federal prison in Loretto, Pa. PAUL MANAFORT SENTENCED ON FOREIGN LOBBYING AND WITNESS TAMPERING […]

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‘Control Aversion’ Might Be Why Self-Improvement Is Annoying You Right Now

At the beginning of the stay-at home orders—before I could really fathom what was ahead, before I realized how crippling the uncertainty and stress would be—I had very lofty ideas about what my newly homebound life would look like. My workout plans were especially ambitious, and I was further encouraged by a hollowed calendar and […]

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Ahmaud Arbery case puts spotlight on community’s race legacy

The people who call Brunswick, Georgia, home say it’s not the monstrous place it might appear to be in the wake of the slaying of Ahmaud Arbery after a pursuit by two armed white men. Yes, it is one of Georgia’s poorest cities where much of the black working population has struggled to find opportunities […]

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Kings offer refund and crediting options to season-ticket holders

Two months into the NHL’s suspension of play, and with seemingly little chance of home games being played in Southern California again this campaign, the Kings have begun offering refunds to season-ticket holders. In a memo sent to season-ticket holders this week, the team offered several refund and crediting options for its seven remaining home […]

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Forget 24/7, it’s now 24/30 — or longer — for some who take care of developmentally disabled: ‘Basically, we are their family’

Roosevelt Journigans at the Trinity Services Inc. home for developmentally disabled residents in Joliet where Journigans is now working 30- to 45- day stints to reduce the risk of transmitting the disease.  | Provided photo. It’s quite a personal sacrifice, albeit one that comes with additional compensation of overtime pay and bonuses.  The sacrifice also is […]

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Auntie Anne’s selling DIY pretzel-making kits during pandemic

Don’t get it twisted — cooking at home during quarantine is fun and all, but this ready-made kit is aiming to save even the most patient of home chefs from getting salty. Back by popular demand, Auntie Anne’s is once again selling its DIY pretzel-making kit to keep fans satisfied during the pandemic. The kit […]

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144 more die in Illinois from COVID-19 as fatalities top 3,600 and state hits record for new cases

Gov. J.B. Pritzker speaks from his Chicago home during a virtual news briefing Tuesday afternoon. | Provided Tuesday marked a record-high number of new cases — 4,014 — although Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s office said that positive count came from 29,266 tests results. That’s the most the state has ever received back in a day and […]

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