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July 11, 2020

A review of reports about Covid-19 patients from around the world details the devastating ways the virus attacks the human body
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Dr. Fauci: Opens up about why he's not being allowed on TV
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top expert on infection diseases in the US, says he hasn't briefed President Trump in months, and says his blunt messaging may be why he's not being allowed on US television recently. ... click to read more

Texas: 'I think the numbers are going to look worse as we go into next week,' governor says
Tracking Covid-19 in the US ... click to read more

Florida: Trump continues to ignore pandemic during his trip
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California: Coronavirus has infected almost every patient as this hospital. Medics are overwhelmed
Coronavirus is winning the battle in El Centro, California. It's in almost every patient in the hospital. Tents are being put up to handle even more cases. It's on the streets, forcing rescuers to put on protective suits and cumbersome masks before they approach people needing help. And it's not st... click to read more

New York: 68% of a clinic's patients test positive for antibodies
New data suggests that working-class and minority neighborhoods hit hardest by coronavirus in the borough of Queens in New York are now overwhelmingly testing positive for antibodies. ... click to read more

Tucker Carlson's top writer resigns after secretly posting racist and sexist remarks
Editor's note: This article quotes racist, homophobic and sexist language, much of which has not been censored. ... click to read more

Trump confirms US conducted cyberattack against Russia in 2018
President Donald Trump, for the first time, confirmed the US conducted a covert cyberattack in 2018 against Russia's Internet Research Agency. The Internet Research Agency is a troll farm blamed by the US for helping to facilitate interference both in the 2016 presidential election and the 2018 mid... click to read more

'That is just nonsense': Anderson Cooper shakes his head at Trump comment
As Covid-19 cases continue to surge in the US, CNN's Anderson Cooper says President Trump's only plan to fight the pandemic is to gaslight the American people. ... click to read more

Dozens of Mississippi lawmakers have Covid-19 after refusing to wear masks
• Ohio: Governor says no statewide mask mandate despite spread of virus • Kentucky: Judge temporarily blocks governor's Covid-19 executive orders ... click to read more

Analysis: Germany's chancellor knows how to insert a dagger
Angela Merkel may not scream down the phone at President Donald Trump -- but she knows how to insert a dagger. ... click to read more

Analysis: The 38 most bizarre quotes from Trump's new 'interview' with Sean Hannity
Faced with coronavirus surges in some of the largest states in the country and a public turning dramatically against how he has responded to the crisis, President Donald Trump spent 40 minutes of his Thursday night on the phone with Fox News host Sean Hannity. ... click to read more

'I have no idea what he's saying': Jeffrey Toobin reacts to Trump's IRS claim
CNN's Jeffrey Toobin reacts to President Donald Trump's recent claim that he had an audit deal worked out with the IRS prior to running for office. ... click to read more

Opinion: Trump's defeat is grossly exaggerated
One need not listen hard these days to hear the sound of Democratic pollsters and pundits gleefully cheering that the end of President Donald Trump's term in power is finally in sight -- Joe Biden's Inauguration Day on January 20th, 2021. ... click to read more

Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence
President Donald Trump on Friday commuted the prison sentence of his longtime friend Roger Stone, who was convicted of crimes that included lying to Congress in part, prosecutors said, to protect the President. The announcement came just days before Stone was set to report to a federal prison in Ge... click to read more

Hear Preet Bharara's theory on why Trump granted clemency
President Donald Trump commuted the prison sentence of his longtime friend Roger Stone, who was convicted of crimes that included lying to Congress in part, prosecutors said, to protect the President. CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and Preet Bharara weigh in on the decision. ... click to read more

Federal judge blocks new requirement for Obamacare abortion coverage
A federal judge on Friday blocked a new federal regulation that would have required insurers on the Obamacare exchanges that cover abortions to issue separate bills for that coverage. ... click to read more

Philadelphia Eagles 'penalize' DeSean Jackson for anti-Semitic statement
The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Friday that the team has "penalized" wide receiver DeSean Jackson for conduct detrimental to the team after Jackson shared a series of anti-Semitic Instagram posts. ... click to read more

Nine months after Hard Rock Hotel collapsed, recovery of remains to begin
Crews in New Orleans are expected to begin Monday the recovery of the bodies of two workers who died nine months ago when the Hard Rock Hotel collapsed during construction. ... click to read more

Trump claims this is how doctors responded to his cognitive test
CNN's Alisyn Camerota speaks with former Trump Organization Executive Vice President Barbara Res and CNN Commentator Michael D'Antonio about President Trump's claim on Fox News that he recently took a cognitive test and the results surprised his doctors. ... click to read more

3 people test positive for Covid-19 after taking Delta flight from Atlanta to Albany, airline says
Three people have tested positive for coronavirus on Friday after taking a Delta Air Lines flight from Atlanta, Georgia, to Albany, New York. ... click to read more

Terms of Michael Cohen's return to prison under scrutiny
After spending the past several weeks on New York's tony Upper East Side, Michael Cohen has found himself back in federal prison after a dispute with the government over what his lawyers say were restrictions designed to prevent him from finishing a book about the president. ... click to read more

Opinion: Naya Rivera's disappearance is a hard reminder
Actress Naya Rivera, perhaps best known for her turn as Santana Lopez on the campy Fox dramedy "Glee," was presumed dead on Thursday after disappearing at a California lake, authorities said. ... click to read more

Tropical Storm Fay makes landfall in New Jersey
Tropical Storm Fay is lashing the Mid-Atlantic coast with heavy rains and strong winds Friday morning ahead of an anticipated landfall in New Jersey -- a path expected to drench a good portion of the Northeast. ... click to read more

Father and daughter's adorable video gets Michelle Obama's attention
Michelle Obama posted a video on Instagram of an adorable dad and daughter duo singing a song with an important message. ... click to read more

Opinion: Latinos will keep cooking...without Goya
Like most of my friends and family I have Goya products in my cupboard. Adobo, Sazón with Coriander and Anatto, Sofrito (Tomato, though sometimes I'll get the Recaito Cilantro, and black and pink beans.) ... click to read more

Oil spill is latest disaster in a place where 'everything is dying'
Vasily Ryabinin stands on the banks of the River Daldykan and pushes a long stick into the blood-orange sludge. Raising the stick, he puts a lighter to it and it ignites it like a torch. ... click to read more

Elon Musk is now richer than Warren Buffett
Tesla CEO Elon Musk just zoomed past Warren Buffett on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index to become the world's seventh wealthiest person. ... click to read more

Ghislaine Maxwell argues for bail, says she's 'not Jeffrey Epstein'
Ghislaine Maxwell, the confidant of accused sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, argued in a court filing Friday that she should be granted bail while awaiting trial, claiming she wasn't in "hiding" while under criminal investigation, as prosecutors allege, and hasn't left the country in more than a yea... click to read more

Melania Trump statue set on fire by vandals
A chainsaw sculpture depicting US First Lady Melania Trump has been removed after being badly burned by vandals, according to the artist who commissioned the work near Melania's hometown in Slovenia. ... click to read more

Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith confirm her involvement with August Alsina
Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith "never ever thought that we would make it back." ... click to read more

Will Smith opens up on parenthood during emotional conversation
The Hollywood veteran reflected on the time he became a dad for the first time on his wife Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook show. ... click to read more

What we know about Naya Rivera's disappearance
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Lady A, the singer, is fighting back against Lady A, the group
The singer Lady A is pushing back against a suit from the band Lady A. ... click to read more

What role do kids play in spreading the coronavirus?
In the debate over whether schools across the US should open in the fall, questions continue to be raised about how the coronavirus affects children. ... click to read more

Trump pointed to European nations in his call to reopen schools. These charts show the US is far off
President Donald Trump says schools in the United States should reopen, pointing to countries where kids are back in classrooms without causing major new coronavirus outbreaks. But most of the countries he mentioned waited until after their infection rates fell before reopening schools. In the US, ... click to read more

Governors are taking sides on whether to reopen schools
The nation's schools have been in an upheaval since the pandemic began. And now, amid a resurgence of Covid-19 cases, states are revisiting contingency plans to safely reopen them. ... click to read more

'Far Side' cartoonist Gary Larson publishes first new work in 25 years
"Enter if you dare," is the message on Gary Larson's website challenging people to explore his new content. "The Far Side" cartoonist surprised fans this week when he published never-before-seen comics for the first time in 25 years. ... click to read more

Chick-fil-A cancels Cow Appreciation Day
Chick-fil-A, the chicken fast-food chain boasting bovines as its mascot, has postponed its upcoming Cow Appreciation Day, an annual event in which customers dress up in cow attire to get free food. ... click to read more

Navarro on difficulty of masks: Wearing Spanx is harder
CNN contributor Ana Navarro slams Trump supports for not wearing a mask as Covid-19 continues to rise across the US. ... click to read more

What happens when cruise ships retire
Hundreds of cruise ships usually traverse the world's waters, but right now -- with the cruise industry on an indefinite hold due to the coronavirus pandemic -- they're mostly laid up at sea with no passengers. ... click to read more

Ford pressured to stop selling police cars, but it won't get out of the business
Ford CEO Jim Hackett rejected employees' calls to get out of the police car business, saying the automaker can support the Black Lives Matter movement while selling the majority of America's police cars. ... click to read more

Amazon, Apple and Microsoft race to $2 trillion
Two trillion dollars is a lotta money -- government stimulus and budget deficit kind of money. But three American tech companies each could soon be valued at that 13-digit amount. ... click to read more

Americans are rapidly shrinking their credit card debt
Americans' credit card debt is shrinking rapidly during the coronavirus recession. That's a sharp contrast with the last two economic downturns. ... click to read more

Walmart is giving Amazon Prime a serious run for its money
Walmart is reportedly close to launching its own membership program that closely resembles Amazon Prime. ... click to read more

What pro sports could teach Trump
The surge of Covid-19 cases in the South and Southwest has demonstrated the tragic consequences of a deliberately uninformed, poorly coordinated response to the pandemic. ... click to read more

The big problem with 'the letter'
It's already being referred to as "the letter" -- a brief, but somehow still wordy missive, formally titled "A Letter on Justice and Open Debate," initially signed by 153 writers, artists, academics and journalists, and published by the venerable Harper's Magazine (it appeared online July 7 and wil... click to read more

Why Taiwan got it right on Covid (and the US didn't)
Public health professionals around the world have lauded Taiwan's response to the coronavirus pandemic. Along with nearby countries such as South Korea and Singapore, Taiwan has employed policy responses to Covid-19 that are worthy of emulation around the world. Taiwan, in particular, effectively c... click to read more

I teach public school. I don't want to die
I am a public school teacher and I don't want to die. As the question of whether and how to reopen schools in the fall intensifies, with parents and especially politicians expressing their opinions, I want to ask: Has anyone asked what we want to do in the fall? ... click to read more

Army general: Racism affects our nation's soldiers
With images of statues being torn down bombarding our screens, it's hard not to feel, as a minority myself, that America is failing to address the real problem of racism. As I grapple with the wider challenges that racism presents for our country, its national security and myself personally, I cont... click to read more

How to decide who gets the Covid-19 vaccine first
Last month, Moderna Health announced advancements in Covid-19 vaccine trials, prompting speculation that a vaccine might be available as early as next year. But with this increased optimism comes challenges in manufacturing and distribution. Vaccines take time to produce, and the initial supply mig... click to read more

What's behind Roberts' stinging rebuke of Trump
With Thursday's decisions rejecting President Donald Trump's absolutist legal claim that he stands above the law, Chief Justice John Roberts put the finishing touch on a remarkable Supreme Court term defined by his transformation into a powerful voice of judicial independence -- or, at least, unpre... click to read more

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This may be the big winner of the market crash
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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, tries to stop her friends from being named in lawsuit
The battle between Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and a top British tabloid is heating up. ... click to read more

Australia suspends extradition with Hong Kong
Australia has suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Thursday, as the country moves to offer a path to citizenship for those Hong Kongers who wish to leave the city. ... click to read more

Merkel: You can't fight the pandemic with lies
German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared to take a shot at President Donald Trump in a speech to the European Parliament. "As we are experiencing firsthand, you cannot fight the pandemic with lies and disinformation any more than you can fight it with hate or incitement to hatred," she said. ... click to read more

Seoul mayor found dead after massive search operation
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HSBC may have to choose between East and West as China tightens grip on Hong Kong
HSBC has carved out a lucrative role in global banking over the past 155 years by straddling the line between East and West. Now, a political firestorm over the bank's hometown of Hong Kong could force the bank to choose sides. ... click to read more

7 prisoners with coronavirus died at San Quentin and hundreds more are dying in US jails and prisons
Gov. Gavin Newsom is facing mounting pressure to release inmates as corrections officials scramble to contain outbreaks of coronavirus at state prisons. ... click to read more

Wrongful death lawsuit filed against long-term care facility over staffer's Covid-19 death
The family of a woman who worked at a Pennsylvania long-term care center filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the facility, her employer and others alleging misconduct led to the spread of coronavirus and ultimately, the employee's death. ... click to read more

As fewer kids played football, hospitals saw a big drop in ER visits
The rate of kids sports and recreation-related emergency room visits for traumatic brain injuries declined 32% from 2012 to 2018, after more than a decade of increasing rates, a new study finds. ... click to read more

Trump now in open dispute with health officials as virus rages
Five months into a still-raging pandemic that has killed more than 130,000 Americans, the long-simmering tensions between President Donald Trump and the health experts who staff his government have escalated from private griping to shrugging disagreement to now open dispute. ... click to read more

Understanding the dress codes of Orthodox Jewish women
Based on the true story of Deborah Feldman, a Jewish woman who left the Satmar community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in search of a new life, the hit Netflix series "Unorthodox" has brought Hasidic culture -- and its female dress codes -- into mainstream focus. One of the most talked about aspects of... click to read more

In Russia, drawing a woman's body can get you arrested
Yulia Tsvetkova is unsure about her future. She has been criminally charged with the "production and dissemination of pornographic materials," after sharing stylized depictions of vaginas on social media. The resident of a remote city in Russia's Far East, she was released from house arrest on Marc... click to read more

The one item in every genius' closet
When the disgraced health entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes was indicted on fraud charges for her lab-testing company Theranos last year, much of the media discussion rested not on her alleged corporate recklessness and staggering abuses of trust, but on her sartorial choices: black jackets, black slac... click to read more

Artists skytype over ICE detention centers
This Independence Day Weekend, 80 artists are asking Americans to look up at the skies. Over July 3 and 4, messages related to immigration will be written at 10,000 feet by World War II military planes, sky-typed over 80 sites related to the country's network of US Immigration and Customs Enforceme... click to read more

Photos capture the magic of everyday life in America
When photographer William Eggleston arrived in Manhattan in 1967, he brought a suitcase filled with color slides and prints taken around the Mississippi Delta. They were scenes of the low-slung homes, blue skies, flat lands, and ordinary people of the American South -- all rendered in what would ev... click to read more

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