California college classes go online only in counties where coronavirus not under control

California’s colleges and universities will be required to start the new school year with distance learning, if the counties in which they’re located don’t have the coronavirus pandemic under control. And even campuses that do reopen will look very different, compared to this time last year. The California Health and Human Services Agency issued the […]

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Will we get a different Baker Mayfield in 2020? | Fantasy Focus Live

After a disappointing year that saw him finish as QB20 (behind Gardner Minshew II, Philip Rivers, and Ryan Fitzpatrick), will Baker Mayfield bounce back this season? Matthew Berry, Field Yates, and Stephania Bell discuss the Browns and Steelers in today’s Double Trouble season preview. ✔️Subscribe to ESPN+ https://plus.espn.com/ ✔️ Get the ESPN App: http://www.espn.com/espn/apps/espn ✔️Subscribe […]

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Online teaching will be a family affair for Burrills

When the new school year begins Tuesday in the Santa Clarita Valley, classes will be taught online, but Brady and Jennifer Burrill will not be working from home. Burrill, who serves as an assistant baseball coach at Valencia West Ranch High, plans to teach Advanced Placement calculus from his classroom. His wife will teach Advanced […]

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Kylie Jenner Makes A Glamorous Cameo In Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘WAP’ Music Video

Cardi B is back – and she brought some friends! In her first song in over a year, Cardi teamed up with Megan Thee Stallion for the dance anthem of 2020. Kylie Jenner even pops in to serve major looks! Welcome back, Cardi B. It’s been over two years since her debut album, Invasion of […]

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Iowa court dismisses suit over coverage for sex reassignment

An Iowa appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit challenging a law passed last year that does not require Medicaid to pay for sex reassignment surgeries for transgender residents By DAVID PITT Associated Press August 6, 2020, 8:15 PM 2 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article An Iowa appeals court dismissed a lawsuit […]

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Larsa Pippen, Selena Gomez & More Stars Who Rocked The Signature ‘Baywatch’ Swimsuit — Pics

The one bathing suit trend that pops up year after year is without a doubt the sexy red ‘Baywatch’ swimsuit and some of our favorite celebs have recreated the iconic one-piece in different ways! One of the sexiest swimsuits of all time is without a doubt the red one-piece from the series, Baywatch. Pamela Anderson […]

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Mexico’s students to be homeschooled with television instead of in-person classes

Schools in Mexico will not reopen for the new academic year later this month, and children will instead be homeschooled using television during the coronavirus pandemic, the country’s education secretary said Monday. Secretary Esteban Moctezuma Barragán said the government struck a deal with the country’s largest television networks to bring educational instruction to Mexico’s 30 million […]

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COVID-19 measures could disrupt rare polio-like disease

Health experts once thought 2020 might be the worst year yet for a rare paralyzing disease that has been hitting U.S. children for the past decade. But they now say the coronavirus pandemic could disrupt the pattern for the mysterious illnesses, which spike every other year starting in late summer. Scientists say it’s possible that […]

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Hoop Streams NBA Awards predictions: MVP, Rookie of the Year, Defensive POY & Most Improved Player

Omar Raja and the Hoop Streams crew discuss the NBA Rookie of the Year Award race between New Orleans Pelicans star Zion Williamson and Memphis Grizzlies rookie Ja Morant, along with who should win NBA MVP, Most Improved Player and Defensive Player of the Year. #NBA ✔️Subscribe to ESPN+ https://plus.espn.com/ ✔️ Get the ESPN App: […]

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‘Twilight’ cast: Where are they now and will there be a ‘Midnight Sun’ movie?

Apparently 2020 isn’t done being a strange year — because there’s finally a new “Twilight” book coming out. “Midnight Sun,” which tells the story of the first novel from sparkly vampire Edward Cullen’s point of view, is out Tuesday. Author Stephenie Meyer has had it in the works for years, but when it leaked online […]

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Facebook closes on massive NYC office expansion

The biggest lease of the year is done – and it’s momentous good news for a limping office-leasing market in a city beleaguered by the coronavirus. Facebook on Monday closed on a long-awaited deal for 730,000 square feet at Vornado’s Farley Building, the former post office site between Madison Square Garden and the Hudson Yards […]

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Will first-time gun buyers sway political support for the Second Amendment?

The year 2020 has brought with it unrest and uncertainty – from the coronavirus pandemic to the wave of nationwide protests and riots that have resulted in a push not only to enact police reform but to defund and abolish entire departments. Amidst these developments, gun store shelves are being wiped bare, and more than two-and-a-half million Americans are […]

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High school football participation continues decline in California

High school football participation in California declined for the fifth consecutive year, according to the annual CIF survey. There were 89,756 students who participated in 11-man football this past year, down from 91,305 the previous year. The last time there was a rise in football participation was 2015, when the number was 103,725. Football remains […]

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Andrew Lloyd Webber slams ‘Cats’ movie: ‘The whole thing was ridiculous’

The movie version of “Cats” may have been released last year, but it is still very much present in our lives. In a recent interview with Andrew Lloyd Webber, the composer of the original musical, he shared the same sentiment of critics when it came to the big-screen adaptation. In other words, he thought the […]

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Abductions, Censorship and Layoffs: Pakistani Critics Are Under Siege

When Prime Minister Imran Khan boasted last year that Pakistan had one of the “freest presses in the world,” journalists were quick to object, saying that intimidation of reporters across the country was intensifying. It has only gotten worse since. Two years into Mr. Khan’s term, censorship is on the rise, journalists and activists say, […]

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As school begins amid virus, parents see few good options

As the academic year begins in many places across the country this week, parents are having to choose whether to send their children for in-person classes or keep them home for remote learning because of the coronavirus pandemic By JEFF AMY Associated Press August 2, 2020, 12:46 PM 5 min read WOODSTOCK, Ga. — John […]

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Under Pressure, Brazil’s Bolsonaro Forced to Fight Deforestation

RIO DE JANEIRO — A year ago, as fires engulfed the Amazon, President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil reacted to criticism from abroad with indignation: “The Amazon is ours,” he said, arguing that the fate of the rainforest was for his country to decide. Much has changed in a year. Under pressure from European governments, foreign […]

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Kamala Harris supports freeing ex-aide from NDA after $35G settlement deal: reports

Less than a year after taking office as California’s attorney general in 2011, current U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris reached a nearly $35,000 settlement deal with a top aide in her office who had been fired over an undisclosed dispute. Now a senior adviser to the senator says Harris — a Democrat said to be under consideration to […]

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The Coronavirus Infected Hundreds at a Georgia Summer Camp

As schools and universities plan for the new academic year, and administrators grapple with complex questions about how to keep young people safe, a new report about a coronavirus outbreak at a sleepaway camp in Georgia provides fresh reasons for concern. The camp implemented several precautionary measures against the virus, but stopped short of requiring […]

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