Watch Shedd Aquarium penguins waddle through Chicago’s Field Museum

Two penguins went on a date night at the museum. The Shedd Aquarium, which recently reopened in Chicago after months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, has been delighting animal lovers from home with videos of their birds waddling around the wildlife habitat. Now, two of the adorable critters have broken out from their […]

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As India Struggles With Coronavirus, Bollywood’s Biggest Star Tests Positive

NEW DELHI — When India’s biggest star, Amitabh Bachchan, announced Saturday night that he had contracted the coronavirus, the country was shattered. Mr. Bachchan, known as Big B, is not simply an enormously successful actor. He is one of India’s most revered figures. His face and rich, avuncular voice, dripping with gravitas, are everywhere, deployed […]

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Yacht Rock Revue Kicks Off First Night of Drive-In Concerts in Indiana

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — On a breezy, 80-degree summer night, more than a thousand, mostly middle-age smooth rock fans, many of them sporting cargo shorts and captain’s hats, danced for two hours to tunes from the 1970s and ’80s by Yacht Rock Revue, who were performing in an Indiana parking lot. A couple who looked to […]

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Biden campaign: Trump abused authority by commuting Roger Stone’s sentence

Joe Biden’s campaign weighed in Friday night on President Trump’s decision to commute Roger Stone’s 40-month prison sentence, claiming it was an abuse of presidential authority that weakened the country. “President Trump has once again abused his power, releasing this commutation on a Friday night, hoping to yet again avoid scrutiny as he lays waste to […]

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Cooped up, going crazy: Can I see my friends or family?

By Bernard J. Wolfson | California Healthline Cooped up too long, yearning for a day at the beach or a night on the town — and enticed by the easing of restrictions just as the warm weather arrived — many people have bolted from the confines of home. And who can blame them? But Houston […]

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An Interview From Birmingham City Hall: Mayor Randall Woodfin on Toppling Racist Monuments

On the night of May 31st, Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin sat in his office in City Hall, watching on social media as a crowd of protestors gathered one block away. Six days earlier, George Floyd had been killed by Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin — some have called it a modern-day lynching — and Woodfin […]

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Air Force One will be backdrop for Trump’s New Hampshire rally

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. – President Trump will spotlight the power of incumbency on Saturday night as he holds a rally in the key general election battleground state of New Hampshire. The Trump reelection campaign says that Air Force One – one of the most iconic symbols of the presidency and the power that comes with it – […]

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Tiffany Haddish Chops All Her Hair Off on Instagram Live | Daily Pop | E! News

The "Night School" actress takes quarantine hair cutting to a whole new level and shaves her head. Get the details! Full Story: https://www.eonline.com/news/1168533/tiffany-haddish-shaves-her-head-in-must-see-transformation Watch “Daily Pop” weekdays at 9:30am ET | 12:30pm PT. #TiffanyHaddish #ENews #DailyPop Subscribe: http://bit.ly/enewssub Subscribe to Daily Pop The PODCAST: http://linktr.ee/dailypop About Daily Pop: Come for the Hollywood headlines, stay for […]

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Chief Justice Roberts injured head in fall last month, was hospitalized

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts spent a night in a hospital last month after injuring his forehead in a fall near his home, Fox News has confirmed. After the injury, Roberts’s head was covered in blood, a source told The Washington Post, which first broke the story. Roberts fell while taking a walk […]

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Don Lemon chastises Terry Crews for questioning Black Lives Matter movement

Terry Crews sparred with CNN host Don Lemon Monday night over whether the Black Lives Matter movement was going too far with their campaign against police violence. The “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star was on the show addressing fierce backlash that the actor received over a series of heated tweets amid the protests over the death of […]

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T.I. & Tiny Get Rowdy On Date Night At Strip Club To Support Local Black Business — Watch

In honor of Blackout Day, T.I. and Tiny hit up a Black-owned strip club in Atlanta for a date night, and the rapper shared videos from the wild night out on Instagram. T.I. and Tameka “Tiny” Harris are doing their part to support Black-owned businesses for Blackout Day. In fact, the longtime couple got the movement started […]

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Biden says he is going to ‘transform’ the nation if elected

Joe Biden tweeted Sunday night that if he gets elected, his administration “won’t just rebuild this nation—we’ll transform it,” raising speculation online about what exactly in the country will be transformed. POSSIBLE VP PICK DODGES QUESTION ON MONUMENTS The tweet comes after a politically charged Fourth of July weekend as the country works to manage a […]

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Atlanta mayor calls for citizens to stop ‘shooting each other’ after murder of 8-year-old near BLM protest site

In an impassioned press conference Sunday night, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms issued a full-throated call for citizens to stop “shooting each other up on our streets,” after an eight-year-old girl was shot and killed on the Fourth of July near a Wendy’s that became a flashpoint of recent anti-police Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests in the […]

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Rocket fired at Baghdad’s international airport, not far from US troops and diplomats

An unguided Katyusha rocket was fired at Baghdad’s international airport Sunday night near where American troops and diplomats are housed one night after the U.S. military shot one down, according to U.S. officials. While nobody was injured or killed and the damage appeared minimal, it marked the seventh rocket attack on the airport in less […]

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How the Coronavirus Is Transforming July 4 in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES — Fireworks have been lighting up night skies across America, despite normally being set off almost exclusively on July 4. Red, white, blue and bright, these low-impact pyrotechnics are to “America’s birthday” as quickly melting candles on a cake are to yours or mine. With coronavirus cases steadily climbing in states across the […]

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City Runs Past Liverpool in a Race That Ended Months Ago

MANCHESTER, England — The thought struck Jürgen Klopp last Monday night: a couple of days before his Liverpool team played Crystal Palace, three before thousands would descend on Liverpool’s streets to celebrate the league championship, sending the smoke from firecrackers and flares billowing into the sky. That night, Manchester City was hosting Burnley. It turned, […]

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Why June Was Such a Terrible Month for Trump

WASHINGTON — Last Saturday night, over dinner at the White House, Bernard Marcus, a top Republican donor, told President Trump he was alarmed at Mr. Trump’s plummeting poll numbers and Jared Kushner’s stewardship of his father-in-law’s re-election effort. Mr. Trump sought to assuage Mr. Marcus’s concerns, assuring the billionaire Home Depot founder that his political […]

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After Toasting Liverpool, City Shows What Might Have Been

MANCHESTER, England — The thought struck Jürgen Klopp last Monday night: a couple of days before his Liverpool team played Crystal Palace, three before thousands would descend on Liverpool’s streets to celebrate the league championship, sending the smoke from firecrackers and flares billowing into the sky. That night, Manchester City was hosting Burnley. It turned, […]

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Mount Rushmore July Fourth celebration to feature Trump remarks, fireworks, military flyovers

President Trump is expected to deliver remarks at Mount Rushmore on Friday night at a celebration which is slated to include a fireworks display and military flyovers to kick off the July 4 weekend. Friday night’s event will be hosted by South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem. NOEM SAYS ‘WE WON’T BE SOCIAL DISTANCING’ AT TRUMP MOUNT […]

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House passes bill to sanction Chinese entities that menace Hong Kong, banks that work with them

The House of Representatives on Wednesday night passed a bill to impose sanctions on entities that help violate Hong Kong’s autonomy and financial institutions that do business with them, a response to the passage of a “national security” law that tightened Beijing’s grip on Hong Kong — which has been semi-autonomous from China since 1997. The Chinese law, passed earlier this week, says […]

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Trump threatens veto of defense bill over amendment renaming bases that honor Confederates

President Trump late Tuesday night threatened to veto the must-pass bill to fund the military for the 2021 fiscal year if it includes an amendment introduced by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., aimed at renaming military assets named after Confederate leaders and generals. Warren on Tuesday gave a floor speech on the matter, and the Senate […]

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Ex-NFL star Burgess Owens wins Utah GOP House primary: report

A former NFL safety took a big step Tuesday night toward a whole new career. Burgess Owens, who played from 1973-1982 for the New York Jets and the Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders, won Utah’s Republican primary for a U.S. House seat, according to The Associated Press. Owens, 68, who played college football at the University […]

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Trump congratulates Boebert for win in Colorado primary

President Trump congratulated Lauren Boebert late Tuesday night after the pro-gun businesswoman defeated Rep. Scott Tipton, who represented his Colorado district for five terms in Congress. “Congratulations on a really great win!” Trump tweeted. Trump’s tweet linked to a post from her Twitter account from back in May where she described herself as a tough fighter against […]

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Esper assures troops after NYT report on Russian bounties

U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said in a statement Tuesday night that while the Pentagon has “no corroborating evidence” to support the explosive report last week that the Russian military was offering Taliban-linked militants bounties to kill American troops, he will continue to make sure any potential threat is taken seriously. He said the […]

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‘He made America laugh’: The world reacts to Carl Reiner’s death

Comedic legend Carl Reiner died Monday night, prompting an outpouring of love from fans and those the 98-year-old worked with during his seven-decade-long career in television, film, books and Broadway. “Thanks for the near-century of your life and gifts, Carl Reiner,” tweets “Star Trek” actor George Takei. “Your heart, your humor, your spirit will live […]

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