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Big Consequences For White Woman Who Called Cops…

The news came a day after a viral video drew outrage from all directions.

Entertainment Industry Mourns The Death Of…

The veteran TV and film actor died on Tuesday of complications from cancer. He was 87.

American Virus Deaths At 100,000: What Does A…

This is the week when America's official tally of coronavirus deaths will reach 100,000.

Nevada Governor Has News About Casinos, Himself

Nevada's blueprint on reopening the state includes a nugget of interest not just to state residents: Vegas casinos will reopen their doors on June 4. Each individual resort will have to submit a detailed plan ahead of time, reports the Las Vegas Sun , but visitors can expect to see the...

Zoom calls, drive-ins: Danes get creative for…

Danish soccer teams will be competing for points on the field and to deliver the most innovative fan experience off it when league play resumes this week amid the coronavirus pandemic

Trump Threatens To 'Close' Twitter Down

President Trump threatened to close Twitter.

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Safety Tips for When You Return to the Gym

Safety Tips for When You Return to the Gym Boston University epidemiologist Ellie Murray says there is a "spectrum of risk" as businesses reopen. According to Murray, the biggest risk at the gym comes from indoor small group exercise classes. A report from 'Business Insider' says over 112 COVID-19 cases in South Korea came from one fitness workshop. For any class, Murray says people should have up to 12 feet of space between each other. You will want to clean equipment before using it, so make sure you have access to hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes. Try to cut down time spent in a gym's locker room, showers, sauna and bathroom. Your best bet is to arrive in your workout gear and use your shower at home afterwards. Ellie Murray, via Lifehacker Work out outside as much as possible, as open spaces are less of a threat than confined spaces. Be sure to still carry sanitizer and wipes with you when handling outdoor equipment, such as a pull-up bar.

Trump: 'Twitter Is Now Interfering' in Election

President Trump is hitting back hard at Twitter after the social media company started flagging his tweets about mail-in voting. The tech giant "is now interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election. They are saying my statement on Mail-In Ballots, which will lead to massive corruption and fraud, is incorrect, based...

Trump Threatens To Shut Down Social Media

Can I Get Coronavirus From Secondhand Smoke?

In our series "What's the Risk?" experts weigh in on what risks different scenarios pose for transmitting COVID-19.

Making your own outdoor workspace

Outdoor workspaces are becoming a popular option with more people planning to work from home during the summer months.

Irresistible (Trailer 1)

Trailer for 'Irresistible' starring Steve Carell, Chris Cooper, Alan Aisenberg, Matt Lewis, Sasha Morfaw

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Big Consequences for White Woman Who Called Cops…

A day after a white woman called police on a black man who asked her to leash her dog in Central Park, consequences: The woman, Amy Cooper, has been fired. "Following our internal review of the incident in Central Park yesterday, we have made the decision to terminate the employee...

Biden: Trump Is an 'Absolute Fool' on Masks

President Trump and Joe Biden are going at each other over mask use. Biden wore one in his first public appearance since March , and on Monday night, Trump retweeted a tweet from a Fox News analyst appearing to mock Biden's mask-donning. On Tuesday, Biden gave his first in-person interview since...

Denmark residents sue over laws for dismantling…

A group of Copenhagen residents has sued the Danish government over legislation that authorized dismantling neighborhoods designated as “ghettos."

1,800-Year-Old Roman Floor Found Under Vineyard

A roughly 1,800-year-old Roman floor in extraordinary condition was found beneath a row of vines near Verona, Italy.

1 in 5 US Educators Won't Go Back to Reopened…

1 in 5 US Educators Won't Go Back to Reopened Schools, Survey Says Poll results from 'USA TODAY/Ipsos' add that one in four teachers 55 and older say they won't return. The polls surveyed just over 500 teachers ranging from kindergarten through high school. 403 parents of school children from the same grade range participated as well. Ipsos president Cliff Young, via 'USA Today' 83 percent of educators also claim they're unable to properly do their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic. That comes despite 86 percent of parents saying their kids have the necessary technology for digital learning. Middle school teacher J.W. White, who participated in the survey, is concerned about how school systems will adapt post-coronavirus. J.W. White, via 'USA Today' Other poll results add that a majority of parents support extending the school year, but teachers are opposed. Compared to 46 percent of parents, 76 percent of teachers are also concerned about kids falling behind in their studies. A majority of both sides agree on combining online and in-person classes, which would see kids in school two or three days a week. Eight out of ten teachers plan to wear masks in school, but even more say enforcing social distancing will be a challenge.

Michigan Gov. Explains Hubby's Controversial Boat…

Oh, to be a fly on the wall of the Michigan Governor's Mansion. Gretchen Whitmer responded Tuesday to reports that her husband, Marc Mallory, dropped her name when attempting to get his boat in the water prior to Memorial Day weekend (as his wife simultaneously cautioned state residents against congregating...

WHO Expects Hydroxychloroquine Safety Findings In…

The World Health Organization on Tuesday promised a swift review of data on hydroxychloroquine. This review should be available probably by mid-June, reports Reuters. Safety concerns prompted the group to suspend the malaria drug’s use in a large trial on COVID-19 patients. A final decision on the harm, benefit or lack of benefit will be made once the evidence is reviewed. There are already 17 countries currently studying it under a group called Solidarity. Separate hydroxychloroquine trials include a 440-patient U.S. study are continuing enrollment.

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House Republicans Sue To Block Proxy Voting In…

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and the other plaintiffs argue in their lawsuit that proxy voting is unconstitutional.

Three gardening tips for beginners

With spring here, nurseries and garden centers are swamped with people buying plants. AccuWeather's Blake Naftel spoke with a pro gardener for some handy tips.