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Bison Ripped Woman's Pants Off. That Likely Saved…

A female motorcyclist was attacked by a bison Wednesday night in South Dakota's Custer State Park—and was likely saved because the animal ripped off her pants.

Column On Kamala Harris' Eligibility Elicits…

An op-ed in Newsweek headlined "Some Questions for Kamala Harris About Eligibility" has stirred serious controversy.

Trump Changes Course On GOP Acceptance Speech

President Trump has decided against accepting the Republican nomination with a Gettysburg address.

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Hostess Attacked for Following Virus Rules Won't…

When a group of 13 arrived at a Louisiana Chili's last weekend to dine, the hostess explained that the restaurant's social distancing rules limit each table to six people. The group became agressive then, Kelsy Wallace said. She was trying to figure out where to put everyone when one of...

Browns' Mayfield admits he was 'lost' in chaotic…

Baker Mayfield spent the offseason getting a complete makeover

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Scientists develop a lightning fast robot tongue

NCAA Cancels Fall Championships, Major College…

NCAA Cancels Fall Championships, Major College Football to Continue. In announcing the cancellations, NCAA President Mark Emmert cited not enough participation from schools facing fall restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. . We cannot, at this point, have fall NCAA championships, Mark Emmert, NCAA President, via Twitter. Emmert suggested that championship games for a variety of sports could be rescheduled for the winter or spring. [Cancellation] doesn't mean we shouldn't and can't turn toward winter and spring and say, ‘How can we create a legitimate championship for those students?’ There are ways to do this. , Mark Emmert, NCAA President, via Twitter. Will it be normal? Of course not. We'll be playing falls sports in the spring. Will it create other conflicts and challenges? Of course. But is it doable? Yeah, Mark Emmert, NCAA President, via Twitter. The process of moving fall sports to the spring involves the consideration of the Division I Council and the approval of the DI Board of Directors. The decision does not impact most of college football, as six leagues have committed to having a season. Joined by two infectious disease experts, the NCAA chief medical officer has expressed concerns that COVID-19 continues to pose a threat to college athletics

R. Kelly Manager Allegedly Phoned in Threat to…

R. Kelly's former manager was charged Friday with calling in a threat to a 2018 screening of Surviving R. Kelly , which examined allegations of sexual abuse against the singer. Donnell Russell faces two counts of threatening physical harm by interstate communication and conspiracy after the filing in New York, where...

Hacks To Make Your Ice Cream Taste Better

Business Insider asked chefs and ice-cream developers how to make store-bought ice cream taste better. Store ice cream away from foods with strong scents, like frozen fish and pizza. For the best texture possible, store ice cream in the back of the freezer. Dip ice cream scoop in warm water before serving. Try to eat ice cream in one sitting. Use regular silverware to eat ice cream, not spoons made with wood or cornstarch.

Looking back at K-named storms through history

As we move to the peak of hurricane season, we look back on the history of K-named storms, including the most infamous storm, Hurricane Katrina back in 2005.

They Live Inside Us

Trailer for 'They Live Inside Us' starring James Morris, Hailey Nebeker, Stevie Dutson, Emily Broschinsky, Emily Ashby

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Seattle 'Flu' Cases Were COVID, Obscuring the…

In early March, the state of Washington had reported just over 100 coronavirus cases. But Seattle alone may have actually had thousands of infections at that point, according to a new study, because so many illnesses were thought to be the flu instead. The findings by researchers at the University...

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USPS Warns 46 States of Mail-In Voting Trouble

The mail-in voting controversy is intensifying. The Washington Post reports that the US Postal Service has warned 46 states and DC that trouble is looming—the USPS can't guarantee all ballots cast by mail would arrive back in time to be counted. The reason is because current deadlines for people...

Indiana police to stop blocking roads during…

Indiana State Police have agreed to stop blocking roads to a prison where federal executions resumed last month and are set to continue

This blind cat is living a happy, love-filled life

Need inspiration? Check out this cat who’s blind, has stage 2 kidney disease, and living an incredibly happy life.

Chicago Bulls Fire Head Coach Jim Boylen

Chicago Bulls Fire Head Coach Jim Boylen. The Chicago Bulls have announced their decision to relieve Jim Boylen as head coach of the NBA team. . Boylen first joined the team as an associate head coach for the 2015-2016 season before becoming head coach in 2018. . In a statement, the team’s executive vice president of basketball operations, Arturas Karnisovas, said Boylen’s firing was a necessary “next step” to move into a new “era.”. This was a very difficult decision, but it is time for our franchise to take that next step as we move in a new direction and era of Chicago Bulls basketball … Jim is a great human being that cares deeply about this organization and the game of basketball, Arturas Karnisovas, via ‘USA Today’. The Bulls’ decision follows the team’s failure to make it to the postseason for the fourth time in five years. . The team was 22-43, making them one of the eight teams to not qualify for the NBA’s restart at Walt Disney World

'Incredibly Difficult Decision' Made on 9/11…

The pandemic has killed many more New Yorkers than the 9/11 attacks—and officials don't want the annual commemoration of the terrorist atrocity to add to the total. Organizers say the "Tribute in Light," in which two columns of light are beamed into the sky from the former World Trade...

Analyst: StocksTo Soar 14%

Stock strategist Ed Yardeni said the market will rally back in 2022. The stock market has "discounted lots of the good news likely to occur through the end of next year." Yardeni has been bullish about the market. He raised his S&P 500 targets to 3,500 for this year and to 3,800 for 2021. He said expectations for strong profit growth should keep prices rallying for several months Indexes' jumped on Tuesday's with news of a Russian coronavirus vaccine.

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The potential for severe weather could include all forms of hazards, including flash flooding, hail and isolated tornadoes.