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  • The Lincoln Project's 'Never Trump' ads expertly troll a president who never fails to take the bait
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    The Lincoln Project's 'Never Trump' ads expertly troll a president who never fails to take the bait

    A political campaign built around making videos designed to bait the president of the United States into overreacting would almost certainly have been a total waste of time at any other moment under any other commander in chief. But Donald Trump is unlike any other president. And so for the Lincoln Project, which was created by a group of anti-Trump Republican political operatives last December, that means there is a logic to being a metaphorical fly buzzing around the president's head.

  • Linda Stoltzfoos: FBI offers $10,000 reward in search for missing Amish teenager in Pennsylvania
    The Independent

    Linda Stoltzfoos: FBI offers $10,000 reward in search for missing Amish teenager in Pennsylvania

    The FBI is assisting local authorities in a search for a missing Amish teenager from Pennsylvania. The agency is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading regarding the location of Linda Stoltzfoos, an 18-year-old Amish teen who disappeared after a church service in East Lampeter Township, Pennsylvania on 21 June. Lt Matt Hess, of the East Lampeter Township Police Department, told NBC10 that while teens do occasionally run away from Amish communities, there is no evidence indicating Ms Stotzfoos was considering a departure.

  • Prosecutor whose star has risen under Trump named Brooklyn-based acting U.S. Attorney
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    Prosecutor whose star has risen under Trump named Brooklyn-based acting U.S. Attorney

    U.S. Attorney General William Barr on Friday named Seth DuCharme, a prosecutor who has risen rapidly in the Justice Department under the Trump administration, as acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York. DuCharme, who for the last six months has been principal associate deputy attorney general in Washington, is swapping roles with Richard Donoghue, the current U.S. Attorney for the Brooklyn-based Eastern District. The Justice Department earlier this month announced shorturl.at/inqL3 Donoghue's move to Washington.

  • Bill Nye posted a TikTok showing how a face mask — and not a knit scarf — can slow the spread of the coronavirus
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    Bill Nye posted a TikTok showing how a face mask — and not a knit scarf — can slow the spread of the coronavirus

    Bill Nye the Science Guy says that wearing a face mask "is literally a matter of life or death." Using a candle and three different types of face coverings, Nye showed on TikTok how face masks block the movement of air. Nye said that wearing a face mask "blocks the movement of air" and prevents "particles from getting into the air and then into your respiratory system."

  • Fact Check: No, schools will not require a COVID-19 vaccine, with RFID chip, for students
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    Fact Check: No, schools will not require a COVID-19 vaccine, with RFID chip, for students

    Claim: Schools will require a deadly COVID-19 vaccine for returning students, and those vaccines will contain RFID chips. It's been four months since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. As scientists around the world race to find a vaccine to bring back life as we knew it, misinformation about how that highly anticipated drug might affect students is inspiring confusion and concern online.

  • Walt Disney World reopens in Florida amid Covid-19 surge
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    Walt Disney World reopens in Florida amid Covid-19 surge

    Walt Disney World Resort has begun to reopen in Florida despite a coronavirus surge across the US state. Epcot and Disney's Hollywood Studios are expected to follow from 15 July. More than a quarter of a million cases of Covid-19 have been reported in Florida, along with 4,197 deaths.

  • ‘Parents understand risks’: 15 staffers, 3 kid campers catch COVID-19 in Miami-Dade
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    ‘Parents understand risks’: 15 staffers, 3 kid campers catch COVID-19 in Miami-Dade

    As parents across Miami-Dade County wonder how schools will safely bring students back next month, they can look to local summer camps for an idea of how in-person learning during a pandemic may go. Of Miami-Dade County's 36 summer camp programs, there has been at least one coronavirus case — mostly among staff members — at 16 of them, according to a county spokeswoman. “This is what's going to happen to schools if they open up!” said Patrice Echevarria Cowan, a Miami-Dade County Public Schools employee, in a staff Facebook group Thursday.

  • Giant protests in Russia after popular governor's arrest
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    Giant protests in Russia after popular governor's arrest

    At least 10,000 protesters marched through the eastern Russian city of Khabarovsk Saturday in support of a popular local governor arrested this week for allegedly ordering several murders. A court in Moscow on Friday ruled to hold 50-year-old Sergei Furgal for two months pending trial for the murders of several businessmen 15 years ago. Furgal's nationalist Liberal-Democratic Party has thrown its weight behind the governor, and on Saturday said "35,000 people came out to the streets" in Khabarovsk to protest his arrest.

  • Spectacular photos capture Neowise, one of the brightest comets in decades
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    Spectacular photos capture Neowise, one of the brightest comets in decades

    Neowise, one of the brightest comets in decades, has brought with it a stunning debris trail this month, delighting skywatchers around the world. Even astronauts aboard the International Space Station have captured the stunning celestial phenomenon, which promises to bring even more spectacular sightings as the month goes on. During the month of July, the newly-discovered comet Neowise, formally named Comet C2020 F3 NEOWISE by NASA, has been visible in the early hours before sunrise.

  • Author Christopher Buckley: 'Everything Trump touches dies'
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    Author Christopher Buckley: 'Everything Trump touches dies'

    Christopher Buckley's new novel “Make Russia Great Again” is a rollicking satire of Donald Trump's White House — and of a president whom Buckley told Yahoo News must not be reelected or “we're all going to be sitting in lifeboats.” “It's not really very funny when you think about it,” Buckley said during a Friday interview on the Yahoo News “Skullduggery” podcast. This latest effort skewers the Trump administration and its various enablers, including a South Carolina senator modeled after Lindsey Graham named Squigg Lee Biskitt “whose ability to adapt was beyond even Darwin's imagination.”

  • Associated Press

    Funeral next week for girl shot near Atlanta protest site

    A funeral is scheduled next week for an 8-year-old girl who was shot on the Fourth of July near one of Atlanta's flash points for protests against police brutality. The private, invitation-only service for Secoriea Turner will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at New Calvary Missionary Church in Atlanta, her family's lawyers said in an emailed statement Friday. A public viewing is to be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday at Murray Brothers Funeral Home in Atlanta.

  • Serbia's Vucic blames opponents for orchestrating violent protests
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    Serbia's Vucic blames opponents for orchestrating violent protests

    Earlier in the day, Vucic said efforts by Germany and France to restart talks aimed at mending ties between Belgrade and Pristina were already paying off. "If he gives up Kosovo, Vucic is digging a grave for Serbia," said Milan, 22, a protester clad in a black shirt and face mask. In Paris, Vucic accused his political opponents of orchestrating the protests and said that if they continue it would be difficult to contain the coronavirus epidemic.

  • A revival of ultrafast supersonic passenger jet travel is inching closer to reality – take a look at the prototype debuting in October
    Business Insider

    A revival of ultrafast supersonic passenger jet travel is inching closer to reality – take a look at the prototype debuting in October

    Boom Supersonic Aircraft start-up Boom Supersonic is one step closer to bringing back supersonic passenger travel with its flagship Overture jet. The Overture's prototype and demonstrator, the XB-1, will be unveiled in October and plans to take to the skies in 2021. If the XB-1 has a successful test flight program, the Overture could fly within the next 10 years, bringing back supersonic travel to the public.

  • University professors fear returning to campus as coronavirus cases surge
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    University professors fear returning to campus as coronavirus cases surge

    Boston University philosophy professors Daniel Star and Russell Powell wrote an open letter to the university urging it to allow professors to make their own decisions about returning to campus. Their online petition has garnered more than 1,500 signatures. Star and Powell said the university did not respond to their letter nor their petition but eventually offered faculty members the option to request a “workplace adjustment” where they must provide medical documentation to prove their exemption.

  • New records released in Flynn case as appeals court issues stay of dismissal
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    New records released in Flynn case as appeals court issues stay of dismissal

    A federal appeals court on Friday delayed a decision to dismiss charges against President Trump's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett and CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge join Elaine Quijano to discuss.

  • As COVID crisis worsens, Miami-Dade scaling back $70M program for delivering senior meals
    Miami Herald

    As COVID crisis worsens, Miami-Dade scaling back $70M program for delivering senior meals

    As the coronavirus crisis hits a new peak, Miami-Dade is preparing to scale back one of its most expensive and ambitious programs to protect residents from the virus and isolation: a $70 million delivery operation that dropped off more than 8 million meals to the homes of elderly residents. The planned July 15 “sunset” of the emergency effort has charities alarmed about their ability to pick up the slack and county commissioners pushing Mayor Carlos Gimenez to spend more to extend the program. The Gimenez administration said meals will continue to be delivered but mostly through social-service agencies and charities.

  • Dentist who slaughtered Cecil the lion ‘hunts and kills protected wild ram’ just four years later
    The Independent

    Dentist who slaughtered Cecil the lion ‘hunts and kills protected wild ram’ just four years later

    The American dentist who killed Cecil the lion is reported to have hunted another endangered wild animal. Walter Palmer is said to have slaughtered a protected ram in Mongolia, paying up to £80,000 for the kill. The hunter, who prompted a worldwide outpouring of fury when he targeted Cecil five years ago, was identified as one of two men in a photo with the dead Altai argali – the largest wild sheep in the world.

  • Shooting of man by Baltimore police highlights 'total failure' of city's behavioral health response, agency says
    Baltimore Sun

    Shooting of man by Baltimore police highlights 'total failure' of city's behavioral health response, agency says

    After Baltimore police officers shot a man who pulled a firearm while undergoing a behavioral health crisis last week, the organization that oversees the city's behavioral health services called the current system “a total failure” that needs better integration of mental health professionals with the police. There is no indication that police dispatchers attempted to connect available behavioral health resources with officers on the scene before they shot Ricky Walker Jr. on July 1, said Adrienne Breidenstine, vice president of policy and communications for Behavioral Health System Baltimore. The city has two so-called crisis response teams that handle mental health issues, one inside the police department and another at the nonprofit Baltimore Crisis Response Inc. Breidenstine said the incident highlights how the city has created an unnecessarily complex system to deal with people in crisis.

  • The White House Made a List of All the Times Fauci ‘Has Been Wrong’ on the Coronavirus
    The Daily Beast

    The White House Made a List of All the Times Fauci ‘Has Been Wrong’ on the Coronavirus

    The White House has undertaken behind-the-scenes efforts in recent months to undercut and sideline Dr. Anthony Fauci—even going so far as to compile a list of all the times he “has been wrong on things,” according to The Washington Post. After canceling some of his planned TV appearances and keeping him away from the Oval Office, White House officials and President Trump have taken to publicly expressing a loss of confidence in the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and face of the administration's coronavirus task force. The apparent attempts to undermine Fauci come as he continues to counter the president's overly optimistic narrative on the state of the pandemic.

  • Ghislaine Maxwell says she hadn't been in contact with Jeffrey Epstein for more than 10 years before his death
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    Ghislaine Maxwell says she hadn't been in contact with Jeffrey Epstein for more than 10 years before his death

    Lawyers for Ghislaine Maxwell filed court documents on Friday asking for their client to be released on bail as she awaits trial on sex-trafficking charges. Lawyers for Ghislaine Maxwell said she hadn't been in contact with Jeffrey Epstein for more than a decade before he died by suicide while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges last year. Maxwell, a former girlfriend and associate of Epstein, was arrested last week on charges including inciting minors to travel to engage in sexual acts and the transportation of a minor with intent to engage in sexual acts.

  • U.S. warns citizens of heightened detention risks in China
    Reuters

    U.S. warns citizens of heightened detention risks in China

    The U.S. State Department warned American citizens on Saturday to "exercise increased caution" in China due to heightened risk of arbitrary law enforcement including detention and a ban from exiting the country. "U.S. citizens may be detained without access to U.S. consular services or information about their alleged crime," the State Department said in a security alert issued to its citizens in China, adding that U.S. citizens may face "prolonged interrogations and extended detention" for reasons related to state security. "Security personnel may detain and/or deport U.S. citizens for sending private electronic messages critical of the Chinese government," it added, without citing specific examples.

  • Border authorities use pandemic powers to expel immigrants
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    Border authorities use pandemic powers to expel immigrants

    Instead, they were among those swept up by Customs and Border Protection using extraordinary power available during public health emergencies to expel Mexicans and many Central Americans immediately to Mexico and waive immigration laws that include rights to seek asylum. The change made in March is evident in figures released Thursday: The Border Patrol in June put 27,535 people on a track to expulsion under the public health emergency and made only 2,859 arrests under immigration law. The special powers will expire when the pandemic ends, but Trump administration officials have proposed a string of regulations over the last month to put asylum farther out of reach.

  • Fox News: Tucker Carlson writer Blake Neff resigns over racist messages
    BBC

    Fox News: Tucker Carlson writer Blake Neff resigns over racist messages

    A top writer for Fox News host Tucker Carlson has resigned after posting racist and sexist comments online. Blake Neff, who joined Tucker Carlson Tonight in 2017, resigned on Friday after a CNN investigation. It found that Mr Neff regularly used highly offensive language on an online forum called AutoAdmit under the name CharlesXII.

  • Inventor of Israel's Iron Dome seeks coronavirus 'game-changer'
    AFP

    Inventor of Israel's Iron Dome seeks coronavirus 'game-changer'

    Daniel Gold, who led the team that invented Israel's Iron Dome missile defence system, has a history of safeguarding the country against what he identifies as existential threats. With the nation facing surging coronavirus cases amid a pandemic that has triggered unprecedented economic hardship, Gold is trying to replicate his Iron Dome breakthrough in protecting Israel against the virus. Gold, who heads Israel's Defence Research and Development Directorate and holds PhDs in electronic engineering and business management, has become a celebrated figure in the Jewish state.

  • Can schools force students to wear masks? Illinois lawsuit challenges COVID-19 policy
    Miami Herald

    Can schools force students to wear masks? Illinois lawsuit challenges COVID-19 policy

    A parent is challenging an Illinois school district's policy that requires students to wear face masks and undergo temperature checks when classes resume. An attorney for Roni Quinn, the mother of a fourth-grade student and opponent of COVID-19 shutdowns, filed a lawsuit against Quincy Public Schools a day after the district announced new rules for its planned reopening in August. The requirement will cause Quinn and her child to “suffer irreparable damage” because the rules infringe on their rights to an in-person education without unlawful mandates, according to the lawsuit obtained by nonprofit news site Edgar County Watchdog.