‘Got milk?’ ads return as sales rise amid pandemic

The dairy industry has a familiar question for you: “Got milk?” Six years after the popular tagline was retired, “Got milk?” ads are back. A dairy industry-funded group is reviving the campaign, hoping to prolong the boost milk has gotten during the pandemic. US milk sales have been in freefall for decades as choices grew […]

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Steve McQueen’s ‘Lovers Rock’ to open New York Film Festival

Steve McQueen, the Oscar-winning director of “12 Years a Slave” and “Shame,” is best known for his searing big-screen work. So it is fitting that the New York Film Festival would turn to the British auteur to kick off its 58th edition with his new work “Lovers Rock.” McQueen joins a long list of cinema […]

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Lithuanian man presumed dead turns up alive 5 years later hiding in UK woods

A Lithuanian man who was believed to have been murdered in the United Kingdom nearly five years ago was found alive, police said Monday. Ricardas Puisys was 35 when he was last seen in September 2015, just weeks after police learned he could be in danger. On Saturday, police located him alive in the town of Wisbech […]

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Patrick Renna Reveals The Latest About ‘The Sandlot’ Series & More: ‘I Love The Storyline’

Even after 25 years, ‘The Sandlot’ remains one of the most beloved movies. HL spoke with star Patrick Renna about the big reunion that just went down, what he knows about ‘The Sandlot’ TV series, and more. Any time the cast of The Sandlot reunites, it’s a big deal. The beloved group of actors recently […]

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These Conservatives Have a Laser Focus: ‘Owning the Libs’

When President Trump ran for office four years ago, a conservative writer with a growing following vented the kind of doubt and cynicism that was common among people like her who worried about the damage he could do to their cause. She called him “a demagogue with no real solutions for anything at all.” She […]

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How Joe Arpaio’s Fate in Arizona Could Be a Window Into Trump’s

PHOENIX — After 24 years of doling out his punitive brand of justice in Arizona’s most populous county, Joe Arpaio, who billed himself as “America’s toughest sheriff,” suffered a landslide defeat in 2016, largely because of his hard-line immigration stances and his own pugnacious defiance, which earned him a criminal conviction for contempt of court. […]

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Ruling renews fairness debate in Boston Marathon bomber case

“Boston Strong” remains a “vibrant” rallying cry more than seven years after the marathon bombing killed three people and injured more than 260 others, a federal appeals court noted as it threw out the death sentence of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. But even as the ruling opened old wounds, it raised familiar questions about whether Tsarnaev can […]

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Hurricane Isaias Live Updates: Storm Hits Bahamas and Churns Toward Florida

Here’s what you need to know: Nursing homes, already tested by the pandemic, may be vulnerable. Three years after a dozen nursing home residents died during Hurricane Irma, Florida’s former ombudsman warned that Hurricane Isaias will test nursing homes already battling the coronavirus pandemic. Lawmakers passed regulations after air-conditioners failed at one home in 2017, […]

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Law to Reduce Crack Cocaine Sentences Leaves Some Imprisoned

WASHINGTON — Lazelle Maxwell, 48, is nearly 12 years into a 30-year sentence for a nonviolent crack cocaine charge, a penalty exacerbated by previous run-ins with law enforcement that led to his designation as a career offender. Three years into remission after a diagnosis of prostate cancer, Mr. Maxwell has no major disciplinary infractions on his […]

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US astronauts pack up for rare splashdown in SpaceX capsule

Two U.S. astronauts about to make the first splashdown return in 45 years said Friday they’ll have seasick bags ready to use if needed. SpaceX and NASA plan to bring Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken back Sunday afternoon in the company’s Dragon capsule, aiming for the Gulf of Mexico just off the Florida Panhandle. Flight […]

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Trump Still Defers to Putin, Even as He Dismisses U.S. Intelligence and the Allies

WASHINGTON — On the eve of accepting the Republican nomination for president four years ago, Donald J. Trump declared that he would pull out of NATO if American allies did not pay more for their defense, waving away the thought that it would play into the hands of President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, who […]

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Chelsea Gray and the Sparks find the right ingredients for victory against Sun

Chelsea Gray thought she had her pregame meal routine down. She spent years following Alana Beard around before games observing what the two-time defensive player of the year ate to properly prepare. But something went wrong Tuesday before the Sparks tipped off against the Chicago Sky. Gray’s food left her feeling “drained.” It showed in […]

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Mike Golic’s emotional goodbye to ESPN Radio | Golic and Wingo

Mike Golic, surrounded by his family, says goodbye to ESPN Radio after 22 years on the air. ✔️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 YouTube: http://bit.ly/SUBSCRIBEtoNBAonESPN ✔️ Watch ESPN on YouTube TV: http://es.pn/YouTubeTV ESPN on Social Media: ► Follow […]

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Undocumented Housekeeper Who Worked at Trump Property Could Face Deportation

An undocumented immigrant who worked for years at President Trump’s luxury golf resort in New Jersey and later revealed that he employed many immigrants who are in the country illegally has been placed in deportation proceedings. Victorina Morales, 47, worked for more than five years as a housekeeper at the club in Bedminster, N.J., using […]

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No Charges Against Ferguson Officer Who Killed Michael Brown

Six years after a white police officer shot and killed Michael Brown, a Black teenager, in Ferguson, Mo., another investigation into the killing has come to the same conclusion as the first: The officer should not be charged. The officer, Darren Wilson, already had been cleared by a grand jury and a federal investigation months […]

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‘A Most Beautiful Thing’: A boat bonds West Side teens in an uplifting documentary

The men of the Manley Career Academy High School rowing team reunite in Oakland, 20 years after their introduction to the sport. | 50 Eggs Films Amazing film follows the pioneering Manley High crew team as they reunite — and row again. The answer is 10. Ten years old, or maybe 11. The question is, […]

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Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande Lead 2020 MTV VMA Nominations: See Full List Of Nominees

Not even a global pandemic can stop the MTV Video Music Awards. Ahead of this year’s event, the VMAs rolled out the list of nominations, including Taylor Swift for Video Of The Year! The show must go on. Though the COVID-19 pandemic has postponed everything from the 2020 Olympics to Chromatica to Coachella, the 2020 […]

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Former Marine gets 9-year Russian prison sentence over drunken assault he claims to not remember

A 29-year-old American man who formerly served in the U.S. Marines was sentenced Thursday to nine years in a Russian prison over a drunken incident last summer he claims he cannot remember. Trevor Reed, a student at the University of North Texas, was spending time in Moscow to learn Russian and visit his Russian girlfriend, […]

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As Crises Abound, Trump Veers Into Dangerous Distraction

For several years, it has been the stuff of his opponents’ nightmares: that President Trump, facing the prospect of defeat in the 2020 election, would declare by presidential edict that the vote had been delayed or canceled. Never mind that no president has that power, that the timing of federal elections has been fixed since […]

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Poacher Who Killed Gorilla Rafiki Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison in Uganda

A poacher who confessed to killing a rare silverback gorilla in Uganda in June was sentenced to 11 years in prison on Thursday, on charges of illegally entering a protected area and killing a gorilla, among other charges, authorities said. The silverback, known as Rafiki, was the leader of a group of more than a […]

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French site where Vincent Van Gogh created his last painting may have been revealed

After being hidden in plain view for years, the exact location in France where Dutch master Vincent van Gogh painted his last work of art has been pinpointed. Experts say the discovery of the site, among a tangle of roots next to a rural lane near Paris, sheds new light on the anguished painter’s mental […]

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Megan Wollover: 5 Things To Know About Tracy Morgan’s Wife As They File For Divorce

After roughly five years of marriage, Tracy Morgan and his wife Megan Wollover have decided to go their separate ways. Here are five things you should know about the actress and former model. Another A-list couple has called it quits. Tracy Morgan sorrowfully shared in a statement that he and his wife of five-years, Megan Wollover, 33, […]

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US energy use hit 30-year low during pandemic shutdowns

U.S. energy consumption plummeted to its lowest level in more than 30 years this spring as the economy largely shut down due to the coronavirus By MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press July 29, 2020, 6:48 PM 3 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article BILLINGS, Mont. — U.S. energy consumption plummeted to its lowest […]

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Tornado, virus, protests rattle Nashville rideshare economy

After driving for Lyft for six years, Joni Bicknese decided to invest in a minivan at the beginning of 2020, reasoning that she could make more money if she could transport more riders. Then came what she calls Nashville’s quadruple-whammy: a tornado, coronavirus closures, protests that rocked downtown, then more closures. Many drivers opted simply […]

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Emmys 2020 nominations needed more surprises, less same-old

This year’s Primetime Emmy nominations offered few surprises. The Tuesday morning announcement by a raucous, overly enthusiastic Leslie Jones and presenters Josh Gad, Laverne Cox and Tatiana Maslany included an overabundance of “I’ll have the usual” nods. (Note to Leslie, for next time: “Ironside” was in a wheelchair, not “Perry Mason.”) The line between broadcast, […]

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