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Minority Activists Issue Threat To Joe Biden

One candidate has many qualities Joe Biden is looking for in a running mate, but activists say no way.

Another 'Miracle Drug' For Coronavirus Doesn't…

While people are waiting for a cure-all to get back to their lives, potential miracle drugs aren't measuring up yet.

President Trump Makes Big Change To His Drug…

President Trump has apparently said goodbye to his favorite miracle drug.

Did States That Opened Early See A Spike In COVID…

What are the cold, hard facts about the risks in returning to normal.

There's A New Highest-Paid Female Athlete

Naomi Osaka has set a record that transcends tennis.

Fox News Host Issues Dire Warning To Americans

During Monday's episode of "Your World With Neil Cavuto," the Fox News host called the president's revelation "stunning."

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US Travel Ban Hurts Bolsonaro Further as Toll…

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Brazil has quadrupled this month, to 363,000, making it No. 2 in the world. The nation's COVID-19 death toll neared 23,000 on Monday. President Jair Bolsonaro has had to answer for a travel ban on noncitizens arriving from Brazil this weekend...

Congress weighs choice: 'Go big' on virus aid or…

Congress is at a crossroads in the coronavirus crisis

3 Reasons We May Be Alone In The Universe

The universe is a truly huge place and, certainly, our planet isn’t the only one with living things on it, right? It’s tough to say for sure, but here are three reasons that we, in fact, could be all alone.

This Day in History: 'Star Wars' Opens

This Day in History: 'Star Wars' Opens May 25, 1977 The first installment of George Lucas' saga "in a galaxy far, far away," premiered in the U.S. on Memorial Day weekend. Cinema would be forever marked by the premiere, described as an "earthquake" by Princess Leia star, Carrie Fisher. Months before the release, Lucas and 20th Century Fox co-ordinated an extensive marketing push. The anticipation for the film led to long lines, sold out showings and, ultimately, a pop culture phenomenon. Actors Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher became overnight stars and fan obsessions. Now under the helm of Disney, new 'Star Wars' films and streaming shows are scheduled well into the 2020s.

Patrick Ewing Recovers at Home

Former New York Knicks star Patrick Ewing is recovering at home, just days after the announcement Friday that he was being treated at a hospital for COVID-19. "My father is now home and getting better," his son, Patrick Ewing Jr., tweeted Monday. "We’ll continue to watch his symptoms and follow...

As Thousands Take To The Streets, Beijing Vows To…

The Chinese government is in a rush to assert more control of former British colony Hong Kong. It's a continuation of China's efforts to increase control over Hong Kong following mass protests in 2019. According to Business Insider, Beijing has pledged to impose new national security laws on the city without delay. Critics worry that the new laws could hurt Hong Kong's independence and the city's position as a financial center. Nevertheless, China's foreign minister said that implementing anti-sedition laws in Hong Kong is now a "pressing obligation."

WHO Suspends Hydroxychloroquine Trial Over Safety…

The WHO is pausing testing on hydroxychloroquine for a week or two while it reviews data to make sure it's safe to continue testing it.

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Please don't do this during a flash flood

Flash flooding inundated the streets of Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, on May 25. This driver decided to take an ill-advised detour around the floodwaters.

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Stepfather Says He Drove Lance Armstrong 'Like an…

In new documentary Lance , Lance Armstrong says his stepfather was "kind of terrible"—but Terry Armstrong credits his abusive parenting with Lance's cycling success. "I would leave a drawer open, and he would pull out his fraternity paddle and just beat the shit out of me ," the cyclist said. Terry...

Golf Coverage Prompts New Trump Attacks

After their back-and-forth the past couple of days on the subject, President Trump launched another series of attacks on Joe Biden on Monday in defense of his golfing twice in Virginia over the holiday weekend. The president included former President Barack Obama as a target of criticism, as well as...

Shunned by his party, Iowa's Steve King fights…

Iowa congressman Steve King is on the outs with a significant bloc of his long-reliable conservative base, but not for almost two decades of incendiary utterances about abortion, immigrants and Islam

A Star Is Destroying This 'Mystic Mountain…

A space feature known as the “Mystic Mountain Monster” is reportedly being destroyed by the star inside of it.

Netflix Plans to Get Rid of Inactive Subscribers

Netflix Plans to Get Rid of Inactive Subscribers According to Gizmodo, Netflix will send out email alerts and in-app notifications to users who haven't streamed anything in over a year since signing up. Those who have been inactive for the past two years will get a notice as well. If the user doesn't respond, their membership will be canceled. Netflix, via TechCrunch According to TechCrunch, Netflix says these "zombie accounts" represent less than one percent of its total base. If an account is canceled, the streaming company says it will give people 10 months to rejoin. Doing so within that grace period will allow users to gain back their data, viewing preferences and account details. Netflix's Eddy Wu, via Gizmodo As of April 2020, Netflix says it has almost 183 million total subscriptions.

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After 17-Year Break, Region Expects Millions of…

They're no giant murder hornets , but they do make a racket. Millions upon millions of cicadas are due to surface this year after 17 years in the ground, CNN reports. People in Southwest Virginia, parts of North Carolina and West Virginia will witness the event this year, per Virginia Tech...

Wakey, Wakey: Millions Of Cicadas To Emerge After…

Cicadas are easy to spot, with their large bodies, big bulbous eyes, and see-through wings. Now, Gizmodo reports a brood of periodic cicadas not seen since 2003 is expected to emerge this year in parts of the United States. They're expected to rear their buggy, ugly heads in southwestern Virginia, parts of North Carolina, and West Virginia. The insects pose a threat to fruit and ornamental crops., so farmers are being warned to prepare accordingly. Incredibly, 1.5 million cicadas are expected to emerge per acre in the affected areas. Area residents may want to arm themselves with earplugs, as the males will be trying to find a mate with their impressively loud high-pitched drones.