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Astronauts complete 2nd spacewalk to swap station batteries
Astronauts have completed their second spacewalk in under a week to replace old batteries outside the International Space ...
Survey: Companies added 2.4 million jobs in June
U.S. companies added nearly 2.4 million jobs in June, according to a private survey, a large gain that still leaves the job ...
Southampton protesters demand higher taxes for Bloomberg, other billionaires
A caravan of protesters, some carrying plastic pitchforks, gathered outside two Southampton billionaires' homes Wednesday, ...
NY judge temporarily prevents Trump's niece from publishing tell-all book
A judge in Dutchess County, New York, has imposed a preliminary injunction that temporarily prevents President Donald Trump’s ...
Fed received thousands of letters asking it to widen Main Street program
The U.S. Federal Reserve received thousands of letters and emails from individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations ...
President Trump Has Tools to Pressure China. Will He Use Them?
It is now for President Trump, who has shown little enthusiasm so far for tangling with President Xi Jinping over human ...
New York Times
Hundreds of George W. Bush administration officials to back Biden, group says
Hundreds of officials who worked for former Republican George W. Bush are set to endorse Democratic White House hopeful Joe ...
NBA and Adam Silver Shouldn't be Criticized for Having a Plan: Unchecked
Why does it seem like the NBA is being criticized for a return more than other leagues when they have a clear plan?
Louisville Football & Their Growing Georgia Pipeline
The Louisville Cardinals football program has experienced a modest amount of success out on the recruiting trail following ...
Coronavirus cases spiking in 45 US states. What that means for a second wave
With rates of infection rising faster in some places now than at the start of the pandemic, some states are racing to roll ...
Vanessa Guillen: Suspect linked to missing Fort Hood soldier dies by suicide, police say
A suspect in the case of a soldier who went missing from her base in Texas has died by suicide, the day after unidentified ...
Afghan Contractor Handed Out Russian Cash to Kill Americans, Officials Say
A small-time businessman became a key middleman for bounties on coalition troops in Afghanistan, U.S. intelligence reports ...
New York Times
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Coronavirus: Health officials urge Americans to stay at home on 4 July as cases surge
Americans are being urged by health officials to cancel any big celebrations on 4 July and stay at home as coronavirus cases ...
Refusing to Wear a Mask Is Like Driving Drunk
Wear a face mask. In the United States, mask-wearing lags, particularly among men, compared with some other countries. A poll ...
New York Times
Monitor: NYPD enforcing social distance rules unlike stop and frisk actions
A special federal monitor has tossed cold water on a request by civil liberties attorneys to use a landmark stop and frisk ...
McConnell splits with Trump on defence bill veto and bases named for Confederate generals
Senators have agreed on language to compel the Pentagon to 'remove all names, symbols, displays, monuments, and paraphernalia ...
House votes to extend Paycheck Protection Program through early August
Congress sent a measure to extend the Paycheck Protection Program through Aug. 8 to President Donald Trump after the House ...
Copernicus Sentinels: UK industry loses out in European satellite bids
UK industry is the big loser as Europe seeks to expand its Copernicus Earth observation programme. Contracts have been ...
Law enforcement supporters display appreciation for police
As Black Lives Matter protests against police brutality and for social justice continue into their second month, law ...
Trump Denounces Russia ‘Bounty’ Intelligence as Hoax
The president is blaming newspapers and Democrats for the assessment that Russia paid the Taliban to target American soldiers ...
Wall Street Journal
Listen: A COVID-19 survivor recounts his long battle
Episode 32 of “Life Under Coronavirus” takes a look at one patient’s long road to recovery from coronavirus. (click/tap to ...
Scientists get sneak peek at the core of a gas giant
The remains of a gas giant were spotted orbiting a nearby star, astronomers reveal. The core of the planet is all that ...
Coronavirus: 'I'm all for masks,' says Trump in change of tone
President Donald Trump, who has often pushed back against mask guidance from health officials, says he would wear one "in a ...
Seattle police move in to clear protesters from Chop zone
Police have moved in to clear crowds out of Seattle's self-governed zone set up by protesters three weeks ago. A number of ...
GOG Is Giving Away Cyberpunk 2077 Goodies For Limited Time
Cyberpunk 2077 is one of our most anticipated games of 2020, but due to the latest delay, it's going to release near the end ...
The young people fighting the worst smog in Europe
The city is so polluted that people with respiratory illness move uphill to escape, and young people dream of emigrating. But ...
Xbox Series X Event Date Reportedly Revealed
Microsoft reportedly has a date for its live event coming later this month, Cyberpunk 2077 cuts wall-running, and Crash ...
Trump complains a 'Black Lives Matter' mural in NYC will 'denigrate' street in front of his tower
President tweets 'Spend this money fighting crime instead!' as city plans to go forward with tribute to Black Lives Matter ...
Amid Virus Surge, Republicans Abruptly Urge Masks Despite Trump’s Resistance
Masks became a political cause for some in the early months of the pandemic. A growing set of Republican leaders are suddenly ...
New York Times
Federal Officials Turn to a New Testing Strategy as Infections Surge
Millions of additional coronavirus tests may be processed with “pooling,” enabling widespread surveillance as the country ...
New York Times
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