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Tiger Woods Gives His Take On Black Lives Matter

The legendary golfer gave his take on the Black Lives Matter movement as he returned to public-tour golfing at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio.

Executed Inmate Leaves Behind Chilling Final Words

The first federal execution in nearly 20 years has taken place, and not without drama.

Global COVID-19 Cases Surge By More Than 1…

On Monday, worldwide cases surpassed 13 million. There have been over half a million reported coronavirus-related deaths around the world.

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Body Camera Footage Of George Floyd Arrest Could…

Video from the body cameras of two officers charged in the death of George Floyd is being made available for public viewing by appointment.

Patient Waiting For COVID-19 Test Dies In Line

A 71-year-old nursing home patient died while waiting in line at a drive-thru coronavirus test center in Utah on Sunday. A caretaker and driver from Mountain View Health Services in Ogden had taken the man to the North Ogden Clinic testing site, operated by Intermountain Healthcare, which gave the wait...

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One Of America's Favorite Shows Pulled From Fall…

The coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the entertainment industry.

Aaron Rodgers' Latest Remarks Have NFL Fans…

The superstar quarterback has fueled speculation over the upcoming NFL season.

St. Louis Gun-Toting Case Gets Very Political

Looks like the St. Louis couple who pointed guns at protesters have two high-profile defenders: a governor and a president, the Washington Post reports. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson offered a whole-hearted defense Tuesday of Mark and Patricia McCloskey and said President Trump was also "getting involved" in their case. Declaring...

China summons US ambassador, says US blocks its…

China has accused the U.S. of seeking to obstruct its development with moves to sanction officials who undermine local autonomy in Hong Kong

The astonishingly well-preserved 17th century man

The mummified remains of Peder Winstrup are one of the best-preserved human bodies from the 1600s. Preliminary investigations revealed a sensational find: the internal organs are still in place.

Global COVID-19 Cases Surge by More Than 1…

Global COVID-19 Cases Surge by More Than 1 Million Over 5 Days The numbers were reported by Johns Hopkins University. Global coronavirus cases increased by 1,046,200 from July 6 through July 10. Between July 8 and July 13, they increased by 1,061,600. On Monday, worldwide cases surpassed 13 million. There have been over half a million reported coronavirus-related deaths around the world. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned there would be "no return to the old normal for the foreseeable future." According to Ghebreyesus, 50% of cases reported on Sunday came from just two countries, but he did not name them. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, via CNN

Nation's Biggest Retailers Are Making Masks…

With coronavirus cases rising in dozens of states, America's two biggest retailers have made masks mandatory for shoppers nationwide. Walmart announced Wednesday that face masks will be required at all Walmart and Sam's Clubs locations as of Monday, the Washington Post reports. The company said around two-thirds of its stores...

Caregivers Say A Third Of Alzheimer's Patients…

As senior citizens age and their reflexes slow, their adult children often wonder whether their parents should still be driving. The question is even more pressing when the parent is suffering from cognitive decline, dementia, or Alzheimer's disease. But cars aren't the only potentially deadly weapon a cognitively-impaired person has the right to own. A recently published survey of caregivers revealed one-third of people with Alzheimer's disease have access to a firearm in their home. But according to CNN, few caregivers have discussed what to do when their loved ones are unfit to handle the guns. Most caregivers were open to discussing gun safety with doctors. However, only 5% said their health care providers had broached the subject. Alzheimer's and other kinds of dementia can cause changes in thinking and memory that could make someone unsafe to handle a gun, even if that person has a lifetime of experience. Lead researcher Associate Prof. Dr. Emmy Betz University of Colorado School of Medicine

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Twitter Accounts Including Biden's, Bezos' Hacked…

The social media company said it's aware of a "security incident impacting accounts" and that it's taking steps to fix it.

Torrential downpours swamp Missouri

Major thunderstorms on July 15 created strong wind and heavy rain throughout Missouri. In Creve Coeur, one resident reported over an inch of rain in 15 minutes.

Babysplitters

Trailer for 'Babysplitters' starring Maiara Walsh, Mark Feuerstein, Danny Pudi, Maya Stojan, Brian Thomas Smith

Twitter Accounts of the Rich and Famous All…

Big-name Twitter accounts belonging to Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Elon Musk, Kanye West, and many others were hacked Wednesday in an elaborate cyberscam that relieved victims of over $110,000. Looks like crypto-scammers took over the accounts for more than two hours, posting tweets that urged people to send money...

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Ireland Wins Case, Won't Have to Take $15B From…

The Irish government has won a European Union court victory, meaning Apple won't have to pay it almost $15 billion in back taxes. Europe's second-highest court, the Grand Court in Luxembourg, overturned an earlier ruling that Ireland had given the company illegal tax breaks, the Irish Times reports. Apple also...

China's economy grows 3.2% as virus lockdowns…

China’s economy has rebounded from a painful contraction to grow by 3.2% in the latest quarter compared to a year ago

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Metal-Munching Bacteria Discovered

Scientists have found a type of bacteria that munches on metal.

Miami Is the New Coronavirus Epicenter

Miami Is the New Coronavirus Epicenter According to the Miami-Dade County Government, the county has seen a 68% increase in the number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized. Lilian Abbo, via news conference According to state data, the county has recorded over 64,000 infections. 48 hospitals throughout Florida, including eight in Miami-Dade County, have also reached their ICU capacity. More than 3.3 million people have tested positive for the coronavirus nationwide, with many states rolling back reopening plans.