See what Trump’s niece said about him in bombshell book

Seeking to prevent nothing less than the "end of American democracy," Donald Trump’s niece Mary lays out a long and twisted saga of mind games and family drama in a new book her family attempted to block. "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man" presents a damning portrait […]

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Uber acquiring food-delivery app Postmates for $2.65B

Uber is acquiring food-delivery app Postmates for $2.65 billion in stock, less than a month after it tried and failed to acquire rival Grubhub. The combination of Uber’s UberEats food-delivery app with Postmates will control 37 percent of the food delivery business in the US and would be second to Doordash, which controls 45 percent […]

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Olivia de Havilland, last star of old Hollywood, turns 104

There are few veterans of Hollywood’s Golden Age who are still around, much less still making headlines. But Olivia de Havilland, who turns 104 Wednesday, was always a rule-breaker. She’s part of the current furor over “Gone With the Wind,” since she is the only surviving star of the 1939 epic. In 2017, she also […]

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Federal Executions to Resume Amid a Pandemic and Protests

WASHINGTON — Daniel Lewis Lee is scheduled to be executed in less than two weeks, but he has been unable to see his lawyers for three months because of the coronavirus pandemic. Mr. Lee, sentenced to death for his involvement in the 1996 murder of a married couple and their 8-year-old daughter, has been limited […]

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Katy Perry Puts Her Baby Bump On Display During Fun Performance For ‘Can’t Cancel Pride’

With less than two months to go until she gives birth, Katy Perry gave an epic virtual performance in honor of Pride Month and COVID-19 relief on June 25 that got us dancing! Katy Perry, 35, took part in iHeartRadio’s Can’t Cancel Pride: A COVID-19 Relief Benefit For the LGBTQ+ Community on June 25. The […]

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Unspecified number of Dodgers employees test positive for coronavirus

Less than a week before the Dodgers reconvene for spring training 2.0, president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman said members of the organization have tested positive for COVID-19 but declined to specify the number or place within the franchise. Friedman did, however, acknowledge that at least one player tested positive. He added he is unsure […]

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Iggy Azalea’s Pink Hair Makeover: She Shows Off Softer Look After Dyeing Hair Bright Red

Iggy Azalea has debuted a new hair makeover, less than two weeks after giving birth to a baby boy, reportedly with rapper Playboi Carti. Just a couple of weeks after giving birth to a baby boy, rapper Iggy Azalea has debuted a new look. The 30-year-old Australian musician took to Instagram on June 24 to […]

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Teen shot in Seattle protest zone declines police interview

For the second time in less than 48 hours, there was a shooting in Seattle’s “occupied” protest zone, but the 17-year-old victim declined to speak with detectives, leaving the circumstances of the shooting unclear, police said Monday. The shooting happened late Sunday night in the area known as CHOP, for “Capitol Hill Occupied Protest.” It […]

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Another shooting in Seattle protest zone leaves 1 wounded

One person was wounded in what was the second shooting in Seattle’s protest zone in less than 48 hours, police said. The shooting happened late Sunday night in the area near Seattle’s downtown that is known as CHOP, for “Capitol Hill Occupied Protest,” police tweeted, adding that one person was at a hospital with a […]

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Coronavirus weakening, may disappear on its own, Italian doctor says

An Italian infectious disease doctor believes the coronavirus has become less dangerous — and could disappear on its own without a vaccine. Dr. Matteo Bassetti, the head of the infectious diseases clinic at the San Martino hospital, said the virus appears to have become less potent, possibly due to genetic mutations, the Sunday Telegraph reported. “The […]

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SoFi Stadium COVID-19 cases rise; L.A. County health department opens probe

Less than two months before the Rams and Chargers are scheduled to play their first games at SoFi Stadium, cases of the novel coronavirus among construction workers continue to mount at the $5-billion project in Inglewood. Turner-AECOM Hunt, the joint venture overseeing construction, announced in emails to trade partners this week reviewed by The Times […]

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French economy to slump 17% in second-quarter despite May rebound: INSEE

PARIS (Reuters) – France’s economy should shrink less than expected in the second quarter as business activity began recovering in May after a nationwide lockdown was eased, the INSEE official statistics agency forecast on Wednesday. INSEE said the euro zone’s second-biggest economy should contract 17% in the second quarter after a previous forecast last month […]

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Calls for de-escalation training grow after Atlanta shooting

The deaths of George Floyd in Minneapolis and Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta in the span of less than three weeks have led to a push in the U.S. for more training of police officers in how to “de-escalate” tense situations before they explode in violence. “You’ve got to get cops to understand that it’s not […]

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France backs off chokehold ban, adds stun guns for police

Less than a week after France announced it would abandon police chokeholds, the government responded to growing officer discontent by announcing it would test stun guns for wider use, adding to the ranks of European law enforcement agencies that have recently adopted the weapons that many in the U.S. equate with excess police violence. Then, […]

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France swaps chokehold for stun guns after police protests

Less than a week after France banned police chokeholds, the government responded to growing officer discontent by announcing it would test stun guns for wider use, adding to the ranks of European law enforcement agencies that have recently adopted the weapons that many in the U.S. equate with excess police violence. For Johny Louise, it […]

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Trump says he intends to hold rallies in Oklahoma, Florida, Arizona, North Carolina after coronavirus hiatus

President Trump wants to get back on the campaign trail ASAP. With less than five months to go before the general election in November – and after months of being stuck in Washington amid the coronavirus pandemic – Trump said on Wednesday that he’s going to restart campaign rallies with trips already planned to Oklahoma, […]

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Can a Vaccine for Covid-19 Be Developed in Record Time?

In the history of medicine, rarely has a vaccine been developed in less than five years. Among the fastest to be developed was the current mumps vaccine, which was isolated from the throat washings of a child named Jeryl Lynn in 1963. Over the next months, the virus was systematically “weakened” in the lab by […]

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Police show less force as peaceful protests push reform

Police around the U.S. took a less aggressive stance and even sometimes joined protesters demanding a reckoning with institutional racism, as leaders in the city at the center of the latest call for police reforms pushed Sunday to dismantle its department. Two weeks after George Floyd, a black unemployed bouncer, died in Minneapolis after a […]

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Amid Pandemic and Upheaval, New Cyber Risks to the Presidential Election

With the general election less than 150 days away, there are rising concerns that the push for remote voting prompted by the pandemic could open new opportunities to hack the vote — for President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, but also others hoping to disrupt, influence or profit from the election. President Trump has repeatedly […]

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‘RHOBH’ Star Erika Jayne Shuts Down Critic & Defends LAPD Cop Son On Blackout Tuesday

As many protesters call for police reform (or less officers in general), Erika Jayne insisted that her son was ‘brought up NOT to be racist.’ Erika Jayne, 48, added her own black tile to the many that flooded Instagram on Blackout Tuesday, to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Although The Real Housewives […]

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Steve King Faces Primary as 8 States and D.C. Vote: What to Watch

Eight states and Washington, D.C., are holding primary elections on Tuesday, and the drama is less about which presidential candidate Democrats support and more about how voters and elections officials adapt to voting by mail. Tuesday’s contests in Indiana, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island were postponed from dates in April and May, giving voters time […]

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Could Lamar Jackson taking hits in the regular season hurt the Ravens’ playoff chances? | Get Up

The Get Up crew weighs in on how Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson needs to take less hits in the regular season to be more prepared for the NFL playoffs. #GetUp #NFL ✔️Subscribe to ESPN+ https://plus.espn.com/ ✔️ Get the ESPN App: http://www.espn.com/espn/apps/espn ✔️Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: http://es.pn/SUBSCRIBEtoYOUTUBE ✔️ Subscribe to NBA on ESPN on […]

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Kaia Gerber Celebrates Getting Her Cast Off Less Than 2 Weeks After Revealing She Broke Her Arm

She’s free! Kaia Gerber showed her fans that she got her cast taken off, less than two weeks after revealing on Instagram that she ‘had a little accident’ and broke her arm. She’s ecstatic that she ‘got her elbow back.’ So Kaia Gerber is a superhero, correct? The model, 18, revealed on Instagram that she […]

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