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Trump attempts to bypass Congress on coronavirus relief, though his power to do so is unclear
President Trump on Saturday said he would take unilateral action to provide financial relief to Americans struggling with the coronavirus crisis, but it was unclear if he had the legal authority to
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Naya Rivera's body found in Lake Piru
Naya Rivera's body was found floating on the lake after she went missing late Wednesday night.
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First astronauts launched by SpaceX return to earth
A SpaceX capsule carrying NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken has splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday after a more than two-month mission to the International Space Station
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Body found during search for ‘Glee’ actress Naya Rivera at Lake Piru
Searchers have found a body in Lake Piru five days after “Glee” star Naya Rivera disappeared during a boat outing there with her young son, authorities said Monday.
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Former Presidents Bush, Clinton and Obama speak at John Lewis’ funeral
John Lewis’ funeral was held at Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church on July 30, 2020. Among the many who delivered eulogies were former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
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Passions flare in Portland standoff between protesters and federal agents
Federal agents and protesters continued their standoff in the streets of Portland, Ore., over the weekend, a confrontation that has ignited protests in other major cities across the country.
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Tech CEOs testify in House Judiciary Committee hearing on antitrust law
Tech CEOs Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Sundar Pichai of Google and Tim Cook of Apple testify during a July 29 hearing on antitrust law before the House Judiciary Committee.
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California schools will move to full-time remote learning, Gov. Gavin Newsom orders
Most California public and private school campuses will not reopen when the academic year begins under statewide rules announced Friday by Gov.
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Massive explosions shake Beirut, cause extensive damage
Massive explosions shook Lebanon’s capital, Beirut, on Tuesday, wounding a number of people and causing widespread damage.
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California has the most coronavirus cases of any state, but there are signs of hope, Newsom says
California has seen an average of 121 deaths per day over the last two weeks, Gov. Gavin Newsom says. Still, there are reasons for hope.
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‘Broken’ coronavirus tracking system leaves California in the dark: ‘We have no idea’
The lack of reliable test result data is disrupting pandemic response efforts, leaving officials in the dark about the spread of COVID-19.
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Newsom orders statewide re-closures
California is largely closing again amid a spike in coronavirus cases across the state, as Gov.
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Partygoer killed when gunfire breaks out at L.A. mansion
Three people were shot, one fatally, at a party at a home on Mulholland Drive where police had investigated a disturbance hours earlier.
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How to go to Comic-Con from home
With the in-person San Diego Comic-Con canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the organizers decided to put the convention online, for free. Here is how you can participate this year.
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SWAT team helps FBI serve search warrant at Jake Paul's Calabasas mansion
The FBI has released no information about its investigation except to say that no arrests are planned.
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Before Oregon governor's announcement, Trump said U.S. agents would not leave Portland
Before Oregon Gov. Kate Brown reported U.S. agents who clashed with protesters would be leaving Portland, President Trump had insisted the federal presence would remain.
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Barr testifies about federal response to protests in Portland, Ore.
Atty. Gen. William Barr on Tuesday defended the federal response to violence and protests at the federal courthouse in Portland, Ore., during testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.
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Dodgers reliever Joe Kelly on his 'wild' night against the Astros
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly pitched against the Houston Astros on July 28, 2020 and had an interesting outing, throwing a few wild pitches.
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Trump national security advisor tests positive for COVID-19
National security advisor Robert O’Brien has tested positive for COVID-19, the White House announced Monday, making him the highest-ranking member of President Trump’s inner circle known to have
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Masks offer much more protection against coronavirus than many think
Mask-wearing in public has become an increasingly pressing and politicized issue as the economy reopens and cases surge across the nation.
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Firefighters struggle to control Apple fire in Riverside County
The fire has burned 26,450 acres and was 5% contained as of Monday morning.
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Lebron James: “Black Lives Matter… when you’re black it’s not a movement, it’s a lifestyle.”
During his media press conference in the NBA bubble, Lebron James commented on the Black Lives Matter movement and what it means to him.
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A look inside the NBA Bubble
The NBA is resuming at Disney World, with the players — and media — inside a restricted area, or "bubble," to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
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Paralympian lost at sea during solo row across Pacific Ocean
Angela Madsen, a military veteran and three-time Paralympian, attempted to be the first paraplegic person to row solo across the Pacific. She was confirmed dead June 22 by a passing cargo ship.
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Newsom issues guidelines for offering haircuts, salon services outdoors
Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday that hair salons and barbershops could offer services outdoors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Sheriff’s sexist slur and accusations of ‘blood money’ ramp up feud with L.A. County supervisors
During a recent broadcast on Facebook, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva spent several minutes criticizing Supervisor Hilda Solis for her comments earlier that week on systemic brutality
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Trump administration rejects new DACA applications
President Trump is venturing onto increasingly shaky legal ground as officials reject new applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, sidestepping a Supreme Court ruling
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The 2021 Rose Parade is canceled for first time in 75 years
The 132nd Tournament of Roses Parade will not take place on Jan. 1, 2021, because of the coronavirus pandemic, parade officials announced Wednesday morning.
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‘Beirut is a devastated city’ Gov't orders investigation into huge blast that killed more than 100
The Beirut explosion was probably caused by fireworks and ammonium nitrate, experts and video analysis finds. But now more difficult questions arise.
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