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Starbucks Makes A Big Announcement Amid…

As coronavirus cases continues to surge throughout the US, Starbucks has provided a major udpate.

Bill Nye Returns For 'Life And Death' Warning

'Science Guy' Bill Nye took to TikTok to make a desperate appeal to young people.

Horrifying New Species Of Walking Sharks…

Scientists documented four new species of walking shark that they say have developed the ability to walk very recently.

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America's Most Prestigious Schools Are Suing The…

The Trump administration has been sued over new foreign student visa rules.

Police Release Cause Of Death For Black Man Found…

Authorities have provided an update in death of a black man found hanging from a tree in California earlier this month.

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Chelsea Clinton Has A New Money-Making Plan

Business Insider reports that Chelsea Clinton is forming her own venture capital firm.

Cop Suspended For 'Unfathomable' Post On Dead…

A cousin of Washington Gov. Jay Inslee who's been a cop for 40 years has been suspended over inflammatory online posts following the death of a protester in Seattle.

What Critics Think About the New Tom Hanks Film

Tom Hanks sure was busy with Greyhound , the WWII drama about a rookie captain in charge of a convoy of Allied supply ships who battles hordes of Nazi U-boats in his first crossing of the North Atlantic. Hanks stars as Capt. Ernest Krause, but he also produced and wrote the...

US bets on small, untested company to deliver…

When precious vats of COVID-19 vaccine are finally ready, the ability to jab the lifesaving solution into the arms of Americans will require hundreds of millions of injections

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This dog looks like the world's cutest lion.

6 Tips for a Successful Virtual Job Interview

6 Tips for a Successful Virtual Job Interview With a number of companies still operating remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual job interviews are a necessity. Here are six tips to help you confidently take on your next video interview. 1. Be ready for you interview at the scheduled time. There’s no point in being early and showing up late doesn’t look good. 2. Get rid of distractions. Turn off any notifications and set up in a quiet, noise-free area. 3. Pick the right background. Opt for something that's simple and neutral or that displays who you are as a candidate. 4. Make sure you have proper lighting. Sit facing a window to use natural light and make sure there’s no light source right behind you. 5. Wear headphones to improve sound quality, block out distracting noises and prevent an echo. 6. Always test your computer's camera and microphone. Making sure all your tech works beforehand will prevent any mishaps from occurring during your interview.

Steve Martin Remembers Carl Reiner's Best Lesson

Steve Martin learned a lot from Carl Reiner about comedy and making movies, but the best lesson was about how to be a human. In a New York Times op-ed about Reiner, who died last week at 98, Martin reflects on a five-year span in which he and Reiner made...

Walmart Will Offer Low Cost Health Insurance

Walmart has over 5,000 locations in the U.S. and 265 million customers globally. And according to Business Insider, they may be ready to give health insurance providers some competition. Walmart is launching a low-cost health insurance offering, available to customers. It's called Walmart Insurance Services LLC. The discount store says that the Walmart Health Center prices will be up to 50% lower than traditional care. Walmart's $4 generic drug program already offers members some generic prescriptions for discounted prices. This year, the retailer has grown in their healthcare related offerings. This includes opening the second Walmart Health center in Georgia, that offers services like primary care, dental care and mental health counseling.

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TSA Adds More COVID-19 Protections At Airports

These changes come after the top TSA official in Kansas said in a whistleblower complaint that the agency was not protecting its staff from COVID-19.

Fay brings tropical downpours to East Coast

The sixth-named storm is not expected to become a hurricane, but it will still make its presence felt from the mid-Atlantic to New England.


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Lawyer: Pandemic Has Wrecked De Niro's Finances

The pandemic has hit Robert De Niro's finances so hard that he "is going to be lucky if he makes $7.5 million this year," a Manhattan court heard this week. Caroline Krauss, a lawyer for the 76-year-old actor, said De Niro's earnings had been decimated, with the restaurant chain...

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Trump Boasts About Wowing Doctors on Cognitive…

The two men expected to face each other in the general election have a combined age of 151, which is one reason why both keep taking digs at each other about mental fitness. In an interview with Sean Hannity Thursday night, President Trump suggested he did not think that Joe...

Medical group cited by Trump denounces school…

A medical association that the White House has cited in its press to reopen schools is pushing back against President Donald Trump’s repeated threats to cut federal funding if schools don’t open this fall

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The plant that can count

Carnivorous plants such as the Venus flytrap depend on meals of insects to survive in nutrient-poor soil. They sense the arrival of juicy insects, lured by the plants' fruity scent, with the aid of sensitive trigger hairs on the inner surfaces of their traps. Researchers reporting in the Cell Press journal Current Biology looked more closely at exactly how the plants decide when to keep their traps shut and begin producing their acidic, prey-decomposing cocktail of enzymes. The short answer is: they count.

Supreme Court Grants NY Prosecutor Access to…

Supreme Court Grants NY Prosecutor Access to Trump's Financial Records According to CBS News, the Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in favor of Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance on Thursday. Vance is conducting a criminal investigation into Trump's financial and business dealings and can now obtain his business records and tax returns. Chief Justice John Roberts, via CBS News A separate case dealing with congressional subpoenas reinforced the investigative power of Congress, but there are limits. The court added that Congress must be more targeted in its subpoenas for the president’s personal information. With both cases being handled by lower courts, Trump’s records will not likely be released before the election. Trump called the move "not fair." Donald Trump, via Twitter