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McDonald's Halts Reopening Plans In The US

As coronavirus cases continue to surge throughout the US, McDonald's has decided to pause reopening plans.

Prominent Author Faces Shocking Accusations

Dan and Blythe Brown divorced last year, but the drama is only just beginning.

College Students Reportedly Throwing 'COVID…

Students in one state have started participating in parties where they invite people and gamble on who gets sick first.

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Man With COVID-19 Admits His 'Stupidity,' Dies…

"Hopefully with God's help, I'll be able to survive this." Thomas Macias wrote those words on Facebook after contracting COVID-19 at a party in June, then died the next day.

These Massive Sharks Have Teeth On Their Eyeballs

If you didn’t already think the mighty whale shark was impressive, just wait until you hear what scientists found on their eyeballs.

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'Doomsday' Mom Lori Vallow Faces Horrifying New…

Monday brought two new developments in the case of Lori Vallow's dead children.

FDA Announces Nationwide Ice Cream Recall

Ice cream sold at Publix, Walmart and other may grocery chains have been recalled across the country.

Wall Street Heads Into Long Weekend on a Lift

The stock market has Friday off for the holiday, and Wall Street's shortened week ended on an upbeat note. The Dow rose 92 points to 25,827, the S&P 500 rose 14 points to 3,130, and the Nasdaq rose 53 points to 10,207. All the gains were well...

As Florida virus numbers rise, NBA arrivals draw…

The coronavirus numbers are rising in Florida and across the NBA

Mars Has Its Own Skating Rink

This spectacular icy crater can be found on Mars. Future skating rink for space tourists?

Hand Sanitizer May Make Fireworks More Dangerous…

Hand Sanitizer May Make Fireworks More Dangerous on July 4 With the ongoing pandemic, many people have integrated alcohol-based hand sanitizer into their daily lives. Combined with Fourth of July celebrations, which rely heavily on fireworks, the pairing could lead to trouble. NSC's Maureen Vogel, via CNN The National Safety Council has strongly recommended that people leave the fireworks to the professionals this year. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 57% of the 7,000 firework-related injuries from July 4 last year were from burns.

Herman Cain, Maskless at Tulsa Rally, Hospitalized

Two-time GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain, who was photographed without a face mask at President Trump's rally in Tulsa last month, has entered a hospital to be treated for the coronavirus. Cain, former CEO of Godfather's Pizza, tested positive Monday, CNBC reports. He "developed symptoms serious enough that he required...

Lea Michele Slammed Again

Another one of Lea Michele's former co-stars is speaking up about his experience with the singer and actress. Recently she been accused of workplace microaggressions, racism, transphobia, and slew of other abhorrent behavior. The accusations have destroyed her once bright career. Craig Ramsey worked with Michele "Fiddler on the Roof." During an appearance on "Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef" Tuesday he called the former "Glee" star "despicable." "I think she's a despicable, horrible human being. I think she has lost touch with reality." "I think she's one of the most entitled people I've ever come across in this business." Ramsay said when Michele got cast in Glee "entitlement took over her body." "She was possessed with this." "I cared for her greatly, but then the amount of entitlement that came right at that moment, I've never seen the likes." Yontef said he's also met Michele, adding that he's "never had a good experience" himself. USA TODAY has reached out to Michele's rep for comment. Industry insiders speculate that Michele's career is all but over.

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DHS To Send Rapid Deployment Teams To Protect…

The agency said it's sending rapid deployment teams to federal monuments over the Fourth of July weekend in case protesters try to take them down.

Is the supernatural protecting Tampa Bay from…

A myth has grown over the last century that Native American mounds are protecting the Tampa Bay area from major hurricanes. The last direct strike was in 1921.

Hamilton: Cultural Phenomenon (Spot)

Trailer for 'Hamilton' starring Jonathan Groff, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Daveed Diggs, Anthony Ramos

For Ghislaine Maxwell, 6 Counts of Wrongdoing

Remember when Ghislaine Maxwell turned up at a burger joint in Los Angeles last summer when everyone was wondering where she was? Maybe it was a little misdirection, because when the FBI arrested the longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein on Thursday, she was clear across the country in quiet Bradford,...

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Hugh Downs, a Fixture of American TV, Is Dead

He may be best known for hosting 20/20 for years with Barbara Walters, but Hugh Downs had a long career in TV broadcasting beyond that. The iconic figure has died at age 99 at his Arizona home, reports . A spokesperson for the family made a point to note...

Black worker files discrimination complaint…

A Black Facebook employee, joined by two others who were denied jobs at the social network, has filed a complaint against the company, saying it discriminates against Black workers and applicants in hiring, evaluations, promotions and pay

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Watch: Light Flows Like A River In Amazing Video

Physicists in Israel recently discovered that something magical happens when you shine a laser through a soap bubble.

25 Percent of Americans Won't Ever Go Back to the…

25 Percent of Americans Won't Ever Go Back to the Gym, Survey Reveals OnePoll surveyed over 2,000 people for the results. Nearly a quarter of Americans said they will avoid gyms post-coronavirus, even if extra precautions are taken. One in three participants said they will go to the gym fewer times then before the pandemic. Sports medicine specialist Caitlin Lewis, via 'Best Life' Sports medicine specialist Caitlin Lewis, via 'Best Life' The survey adds that home workouts have risen in popularity, with 42 percent feeling more comfortable in a personal setup. For those heading back to the gym, face masks and sanitized equipment are important factors. 83 percent said they would feel more secure if everyone at the gym had face coverings. Sixty-two percent believe that wearing masks at gyms helps to contain the spread of COVID-19. There were some anti-mask findings, with 26 percent saying they would avoid a gym that required one. 90 percent said they will make sure others are properly cleaning the equipment. Almost half claimed they would even call a person out for not cleaning effectively.