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Weekslong Dispute Ends With Rapper Banned From…

Rapper Talib Kweli has been kicked off Twitter for allegedly harassing a woman over a period of weeks. The Guardian reports that the rapper's dispute with Maya Moody started July 9, when she responded to a tweet containing a list of Black rappers, including Kweli, who are married to Black...

HBO's 'Coastal Elites' cast tackles social satire…

For Bette Midler and Sarah Paulson, making HBO’s “Coastal Elites” in pandemic-forced isolation was an unsettling challenge

28,000-year-old cave lion found in permafrost

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Instagram Launches TikTok Competitor Reels

Instagram Launches TikTok Competitor Reels. With TikTok’s potential ban in the United States, Instagram is the latest company to hop on the competitor bandwagon. Reels launched Wednesday on Android and iOS in 50 countries, including the U.S., Japan and Australia. The new feature, which lives entirely in the Instagram app, allows users to record 15 second videos with the option to add popular music, filters and effects. Content creators will have the opportunity to gain exposure through the newly-integrated Reels landing spot on Instagram’s Explore page. Both private and public options are available, meaning users may opt to make their videos discoverable or post solely to their feeds

Trump Calls Obama's Eulogy for John Lewis…

Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade and President Trump gave their assessments of former President Barack Obama's eulogy for Rep. John Lewis , and it was essentially two thumbs down. Fox News reports the eulogy praised Lewis' efforts on the civil rights front, called for the strengthening of voting rights, and...

COVID-19 Is More Widespread Than Ever In The US

US leaders have struggled to enforce social gathering rules and mask mandates. This is difficult as residents push for a return to normal life amid a rampant spread of coronavirus. But while people may be tired of the pandemic, there's still a long way to go. "We need to remain focused, strong. We need to accept that this is challenging, but (move) towards something positive and fight this pandemic together." WHO's COVID-19 technical lead, Maria Van Kerkhove. Many people are exhausted and ready to return to work, not taking the risks into consideration.

AccuWeather's 2020 US fall forecast

Dreaming of fall? Although it may be getting closer and closer each day, it might not feel like autumn for a while.

Odd Man Rush

Trailer for 'Odd Man Rush' starring Dylan Playfair, Elektra Jansson-Kilbey, Trevor Gretzky, Caspar Phillipson, Kazy Tauginas

Biden's Response to Reporter: 'Are You a Junkie?'

Joe Biden confirmed he has not taken a cognitive test in a testy exchange with a CBS reporter—and it sounds like he definitely doesn't intend to. "Why the hell would I take a test? Come on, man," the 77-year-old said in response to a question from CBS' Errol Barnett...

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NYC Is Bringing in Quarantine Checkpoints

Months ago, officials in various parts of the country were worried about infected travelers from New York City spreading the coronavirus. Now, the city is setting up checkpoints to keep potentially infected people out of the Big Apple, where they apparently make up 20% of new coronavirus cases. Mayor Bill...

NBA releases testing results, no players…

The NBA’s bubble is still working

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Clorox CEO Says Disinfectant Wipe Shortage Could…

Clorox CEO Says , Disinfectant Wipe Shortage , Could Last Into 2021. According to CEO Benno Dorer, supplies for other products will improve over the next six months. Disinfecting wipes, which are the hottest commodity in the business right now, will probably take longer because it’s a very complex supply chain to make them, Benno Dorer, via Reuters. Dorer adds that because of massive demand, the "entire supply chain is stressed.". Linda Rendle, President and CEO-elect of Clorox, also says that expectations for demand in the fourth quarter were more than expected. We're certainly not at all happy with our service levels for our retail customers on many products. We have a high sense of urgency on this with all hands on deck, Linda Rendle, via analyst call. According to Reuters, there is a shortage of polyester spunlace, a material used to make the wipes. Personal protective equipment, including medical gowns, also uses polyester spunlace

Nominee Won't Be at Democratic Convention

Speakers—including Joe Biden—will no longer be traveling to the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, officials say. Organizers, who were already planning a mostly virtual convention from Aug. 17 to 20, say they made the decision after speaking to public health officials in Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. "The...

Study Finds Common Cold Could Boost COVID-19…

The common cold might help produce immunity against COVID-19, reports UPI. This may even be true in people who have not been infected with the new coronavirus. A study published Tuesday by the journal Science details the findings. This immune response is likely a function of a phenomenon called "T cell memory." T cell memory could help explain why some people don't get as sick as others from COVID-19. Those with T cells that fight the common cold have success because the coronavirus is a type of cold.

Storms linger following Isaias' impact in…

Even after the damaging impacts of Isaias, the mid-Atlantic and Northeast at risk for more storms this week.

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The Dark End Of The Street

Trailer for 'The Dark End of the Street' starring Scott Friend, Brooke Bloom, Lindsay Burdge, Michael Cyril Creighton, Jennifer Kim

Don't Hold Your Breath for the Return of Clorox…

Eagerly awaiting the return of Clorox disinfectant wipes to store shelves? You'll be waiting quite a while. Clorox said Monday that the popular cleaning product bought up at the start of the coronavirus pandemic might not appear in stores until 2021. "Given the fact cold and flu [season] sits in...