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Iconic Department Store Closing 154 Locations…

The Plano, Texas-based retailer said it could take about 10 to 16 weeks to complete the closures.

Here's What Trump's Latest Physical Reveals

The White House has released the results of the president's annual physical.

New Twist In Sean Hannity's Top Secret Divorce

Fox News host Sean Hannity and his wife had been married more than 20 years. Now, surprising new information has surfaced.

Horrific New Details Emerge In Ahmaud Arbery…

The lead investigator in the case said William "Roddie" Bryan Jr., who videotaped the killing, described the scene to him.

In Memoriam: Remembering Artists Lost To…

The Associated Press takes a look at prominent figures in arts, entertainment and culture who have died after contracting the coronavirus in a global pandemic.

Nearly 1M Beers Are Free As Brewers Pick Up the…

Imagine being told by the barkeep, 'This one's on the house' and so are the next 999,999!

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Facebook Resignations Add Pressure on Trump Posts

Mark Zuckerberg's defense of allowing President Trump's post about shooting looters, and the CEO's refusal to budge during an employee town hall Monday, have only increased the anger inside Facebook. There have been a handful of resignations this week, with one departing employee, Recode reports, posting on an internal site,...

The loneliest of D-Day remembrances is hit by…

Saturday's D-Day remembrance in Normandy have turned out to be one of the loneliest remembrances ever

10 Greatest Unsolved Mysteries Of Our Universe

Here are 10 of the greatest mysteries about the universe. They include black holes, parallel universes, and aliens.

Your Rights If You Get Arrested: Explained

Your Rights If You Get Arrested: Explained According to the Associated Press, more than 10,000 people have been arrested during recent protests across the United States. Here are some ways you can legally protect yourself if you’re taken into police custody for protesting. Although you’re legally required to disclose your identity when arrested, it is your fifth amendment right to remain silent otherwise. Do not allow police to pressure you into disclosing incriminating information and do not sign anything or do anything without an attorney present. You have the right to a phone call if arrested, and police are not permitted to listen to a call being made to a lawyer for legal help. If apprehended, police are allowed to remove anything from your person, but they do need a warrant to search your personal devices. You have the right to deny any sort of request for access to your phone, whether it be a passcode or fingerprint ID. After being arrested, police may ask for a DNA sample and even try to collect that sample without your consent. The Legal Aid Society advises those arrested to not drink, smoke or chew gum in police custody, as they may collect it and use it for DNA. Most importantly, if you feel your rights have been violated in any way during an arrest, it’s important to remember and record as much information as possible. That includes badge numbers, patrol car numbers, officer names, their agency and witness contact information.

Biden Rips Trump for Calling It a 'Great Day' for…

Invoking the name of a black man killed by white police officers, who's become a symbol of police brutality and racial injustice, in celebrating an economic report didn't go over well with Joe Biden. President Trump had cited George Floyd earlier in the day Friday at the White House, saying...

Joe Biden Slams Trump Suggesting George Floyd Is…

REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo Joe Biden slammed President Donald Trump for suggesting on Friday that George Floyd, the Black man killed by Minneapolis police last week, is celebrating from heaven, possibly because of new US employment numbers. On Friday, Trump said he hoped Floyd was "looking down right now" and celebrating "a great day for him ... in terms of equality" as he announced unexpectedly strong May jobs numbers. Biden said that it was "despicable" of Trump to "put ... words" into Floyd's mouth.

Joe Biden Officially Clinches The Democratic…

The Associated Press reported Biden hit the magic number of 1,991 pledged delegates a few days after the June 2 primaries.

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Louisiana preparations begin for Cristobal

Jonathan Petramala is in Louisiana as the state begins filling sandbags and taking other steps to prepare ahead of Cristobal making landfall.

Co-Founder Leaves Reddit Board, for 'Family and…

Fifteen years after co-founding Reddit, Alexis Ohanian made announcements Friday that he said were long overdue. He resigned from the company's board, KNTV reports, and told Reddit that his successor should be a black person. "I'm doing this for me, for my family, and for my country," Ohanian said, explaining...

Black Lives Matter Doesn't Like DC Mayor's Big…

About 4am Friday, artists and work crews started to paint a message on two blocks of 16th Street NW, a stretch that runs up to Lafayette Square and the White House. Just after 11, a worker put up a new street sign, and the cheering began, as Andra Day's "Rise...

Russian Orthodox priest tends to Moscow's…

The Rev. Vasily Gelevan bends over a COVID-19 patient at her apartment to administer Holy Communion and say words of comfort while clad in a hazmat suit

10 Superyachts Straight Out Of Your Dreams

Ever wish that your life was more exciting and perhaps even happening somewhere else? Perhaps you can dream about being on one of these ten extra-fabulous superyachts as you sail through the open waters toward your next fabulous destination. Many have pools, some have waterfalls, and there’s even one that’s an entire tropical resort.

76th Anniversary: Remembering D-Day (Saturday…

76th Anniversary: Remembering D-Day On June 6, 1944, Allied troops invaded Normandy, France, to fight Nazi Germany in World War II. It was the largest invasion force in history, with hundreds of thousands of American, British, Canadian and other troops. It was one of the most important events of the second World War. More than 13,000 aircraft and 5,000 ships supported the operation. An estimated 10,000 Allied forces were killed, wounded and missing in action. The invasion is credited with sparking the liberation of German-occupied northwestern Europe from Nazi control, and laid the foundations for the Allied victory on the Western Front.

Cate Blanchett: 1, Chainsaw: Zero

If you've been having a hard time stuck at home during the pandemic, consider yourself lucky you haven't been attacked by a chainsaw (unless you have, in which case ... carry on). During a podcast conversation with ex-Aussie Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Cate Blanchett revealed just such a thing happened to...

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Fox News: Lea Michele's Career May Be Over

Is Lea Michele's once bright career over? A PR exec told Fox News that Lea's career could be on the brink of disaster if she doesn’t get her act together. The startling collapse comes after almost a dozen co-stars shared horrific stories of Lea's behavior. Lea has been called out for racism, transphobia, bullying, verbal abuse, and threatening to defecate in her co-stars wigs. Branding and PR expert Eric Schiffer told Fox News the damage may be too severe for Lea to fix. Schiffer says Michele's "horrific" behavior has become "rat poison" for her brand. "This moment in time, I think, is creating a kiss of death to her brand because it's all coming out now." "Some of it is repulsive and is going to bash her brand in the teeth." Former fans have now gotten in on the action on Twitter. Thousands of Lea's fans have turned on her, posted stories detailing her history of abhorrent behavior towards her admirers. The hashtag #LeaMicheleStories is trending on Twitter with over 100,000 tweets. It's quite a feat to trend for bad behavior during a global pandemic and a week of nationwide rioting and civil unrest. The public seems content with canceling Lea. The hashtag #LeaMichelePartyIsOver is trending with close to half a million tweets. Only time will tell if Lea can make a comeback.

Remainder Of Active-Duty Troops Sent Home From…

Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told reporters Defense Secretary Mark Esper ordered the remainder of active-duty troops to return home.