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Hurricane Season Is Off To An Ominous Start

The hurricane season officially began on June 1—but Tropical Storms Arthur and Bertha apparently failed to get the memo.

Man At The Center Of Massive TV Scandal Dies

The whistleblower of early television whose confession to deliberately losing on a 1950s quiz show helped drive a national scandal has died.

New Poll Suggests Trouble for President Trump

Big swing toward Biden has Trump campaign worried as America burns during protests.

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.

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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!

New Influx of Whistleblower Filings the 'Tip of…

While the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on the economy, it's brought business to one particular group: lawyers for whistleblowers, who've been coming forward in increasing numbers since the pandemic hit. Per an SEC spokesman, the agency received 4,000 or so whistleblower complaints from the middle of March through...

Second City CEO steps down amid claims of racism…

The chief executive and co-owner of the famed Second City improv theater said he is stepping down

'Black Lives Matter' Message On Road To White…

The giant message can be seen from space.

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.

'River of Grief' Was Totally Avoidable: Report

America's nursing homes—where over 16,000 workers and residents have died from the coronavirus—have resisted federal pandemic guidelines for years, ProPublica reports. "It's just a river of grief," says a nursing-home reform advocate, "and it could have been prevented." Back in 2016, the feds issued a pandemic-preparedness policy...

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COVID-19 Has Led To The Slaughter Of Millions Of…

The novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on millions of people. It's led to the death of millions of animals, too. As supply chains have broken down due to nationwide closures of slaughterhouses, schools and restaurants, farms have had to 'liquidate' their livestock. But according to HuffPost, one Iowa chicken farmer decided to offer his chickens up to the public for free adoption before striking the final blow. Non-profit org Iowa Farm Sanctuary and Michigan Barn Sanctuary managed to save 61 hens at the very last minute. California sanctuary Animal Place even sent a plane to pick up 1,000 chickens! Life for the rescued hens is looking pretty sweet. They’ve perked up. They’re a lot more active. They roam around. They’re acting like real chickens. Jered Camp Founder, Iowa Farm Sanctuary

NFL Admits It Was Wrong For Not Listening To…

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league was wrong for not listening to players earlier and encourages all to speak out and peacefully protest.

Warm Gulf waters present strengthening risk for…

After dumping over 20 inches of rain in parts of Mexico, Cristobal is heading to the Gulf Coast with a chance to strengthen.

Ursula Von Rydingsvard: Into Her Own

Trailer for 'Ursula von Rydingsvard: Into Her Own'

Zuckerberg: It's Time I Take a Fresh Look at…

Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will reconsider its content policies after a backlash erupted in the company and spilled over in the media, CNN reports. "I know many of you think we should have labeled the President's posts in some way last week," he wrote on Facebook about his decision not...

Ivanka Trump Isn't Happy After Getting 'Cancelled'

Ivanka Trump fired back Friday after Wichita State University canceled her planned speech at the WSU tech school's virtual graduation ceremony, the Hill reports. "Our nation's campuses should be bastions of free speech," she tweeted along with a video of the speech she planned to give. "Cancel culture and viewpoint...

Hot start for IndyCar season at Texas that is…

IndyCar drivers are finally back on the track for what usually would be the midpoint of their season

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This Comet Roamed Cosmos With…

Scientists find a record-breaking comet tail.

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.