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    First lady Jill Biden will undergo a medical procedure Thursday to remove an object logged in her foot.  The first lady injured herself in Hawaii last weekend while walking on a beach when an indeterminate "object" lodged itself in her foot, according to the White House. "She will undergo a procedure today at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to...
    Two groups seeking to recall San Francisco’s progressive district attorney have raised double the money of their anti-recall competitors, Fox News reported. The group, San Franciscans for Public Safety Supporting the Recall of Chesa Boudin, has raised almost $650,000 and has until Oct. 25 to collect 51,325 signatures in order for the recall to reach the ballot box, the San...
    American gymnast Sunisa “Suni” Lee won gold in the women’s individual all-around competition at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday, ESPN reported. Lee received a total score of 57.433, beating out Brazilian Rebeca Andrade’s score of 57.298 and becoming the sixth American to win the women’s individual all-around at the Games, ESPN reported. “The waiting game was something I hated so...
    At least 80 people have died as a result of heavy flooding triggered by rains in Eastern Afghanistan, and over a hundred others are missing, according to The New York Times. The floods caught most of the residents off guard because they occurred at night while most were asleep. According to the news outlet, authorities estimated that around 200 homes...
    MILLIONS across the US are bracing for possible tornadoes and strong storms this week after severe winds ravaged parts of Wisconsin across Wednesday night. Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers declared a state of Emergency on Thursday after severe thunderstorms with the potential to produce hurricane-force winds swept across the southern part of the Badger State overnight. 7 7Wisconsin has already been...
    Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Thursday: Yum Brands Inc., up $7.70 to $130.31. The owner of the KFC and Taco Bell chains reported encouraging second-quarter financial results. LendingClub Corp., up $7.77 to $24.02. The company, which connects borrowers and lenders online, reported a surprise second-quarter profit. Meritage Homes Corp., up $11.21 to $106.90. The homebuilder handily...
    A protester in France is facing legal trouble for a billboard depicting French President Emmanuel Macron as Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, NBC News reported. Michel-Ange Flori displayed the billboard, which featured Macron in a Nazi uniform, swastika armband and sporting Hitler’s mustache, in the city of Toulon, NBC News reported. The armband included the acronym LREM — La République En...
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    Jean-Claude Van Damme appears to have accidentally and unwittingly aided a pair of criminals by being in the wrong place at the wrong time. The Belgian actor and martial artist was visiting an optician in Paris on Tuesday evening when, almost certainly unbeknownst to the "Street Fighter" actor, two suspects heisted approximately $3.5 million in gems from a nearby jeweler,...
    An Asian woman was randomly punched outside of a flower shop in Manhattan as anti-Asian attacks continue in the city.  The 68-year-old victim was collecting an item from the sidewalk on Tuesday evening around 10 p.m. in lower Manhattan when an unknown suspect punched her in the face, the New York Police Department reported.  The suspect fled the scene and...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Illinois Department of Public Health officials reported 1,691 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 and 12 related deaths Thursday.There have been 1,417,263 total COVID cases, including 23,432 deaths in the state since the pandemic began.Illinois COVID vaccine map shows how many residents vaccinated by countyThe preliminary seven-day statewide test positivity from July 21-28 is at 4.6%.Within...
    One of the largest labor unions representing federal workers, strongly criticized President Joe Biden’s reported plans to soon issue a vaccine mandate. The American Postal Workers Union (APWU), which represents 216,797 federal workers, announced its opposition to a mandate forcing its members to get the coronavirus vaccine. The APWU also demanded that Biden’s administration negotiates with union leadership before issuing...
    Georgia teen Walker Bethune (pictured) died Wednesday afternoon, 11 days after he was struck by lightning on a Florida beach A Georgia teen died Wednesday afternoon, 11 days after he was struck by lightning on a Florida Beach. The teen was one of five people struck by lightning on beaches in southwest Florida over a 10-day span in July, the...
    Florida police arrested and charged a woman after she allegedly locked her young daughter with severe autism in a cage indoors in Palm Bay, CBS Miami reported. Melissa Doss, 42, was arrested this weekend after a neighbor rung the police to report that a young girl had climbed over a fence and was in her backyard, according to CBS Miami....
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota health officials reported Thursday 551 new cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths as the Delta variant continues to spread in the state. The latest update from the Minnesota Department of Health shows that daily new case counts have climbed to levels not seen since mid-May. The rolling seven-day average for new cases is...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Multiple injuries were reported Thursday from a crash involved a Bee-Line bus in the Bronx. The view from Chopper 2 appeared to show an articulated Bee-Line bus smashed into a pillar beneath the elevated 4 line on Jerome Avenue. READ MORE: De Blasio: New Mask Guidance In NYC May Come Monday As More Places Require Vaccinations...
    (CNN)Germany cycling coach Patrick Moster has been sent back home from the Toyko Olympics after he made a racist remark during the men's road time trial on Wednesday.The head of the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) confirmed Thursday that Moster would "no longer perform his duties as part of the cycling team" at the Olympic Games and would return to...
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    LOS ANGELES COUNTY (KABC) -- Two people were killed and another was hospitalized Thursday morning after a car slammed into a tree off the Angeles Crest Highway in Los Angeles County, authorities said.The collision was reported shortly before 2 a.m. near Newcomb's Ranch and the Devil's Canyon trailhead, according to the California Highway Patrol.The crash was reported from a call...
    Apple is finally taking the lead in unraveling one of its employees’ “leaks” (at the beginning of the leaks). For years, the US company has faced resale or distribution of prototypes of some of its iPhones. Thus, reports suggest that the company at Apple has sent a formal notification letter to a Chinese citizen Geek’s Journal, This Wednesday. The motherboard...
    PHOTO VIA ADOBEFlorida reported 16,038 new COVID-19 cases to the federal government on Tuesday, the highest number of new cases since Jan. 15, federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data show. The Tuesday total was the seventh consecutive day in which Florida reported more than 12,000 new cases and came as the CDC issued guidelines advising fully vaccinated people...
    The firm hired to conduct an audit of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona’s Maricopa County reported raising nearly $6 million in private donations meant to help fund the effort. Cyber Ninjas, a private contracting firm from Florida that is leading the effort, said that it raised $5.7 million, the majority of which came from five groups that backed debunked...
    BERLIN (AP) — The known death toll from an explosion at a German industrial park grew to five Thursday after authorities said the bodies of three more people were recovered from the chemical manufacturing site. Two people are still missing following Tuesday’s explosion at the waste management facility of the Chempark industrial park, located in the city of Leverkusen,...
    Three young boys walking the streets of Texas in the middle of the night told cops "mommy is dead" while she lay bloody – but still alive – in their nearby apartment. San Antonio police found the kids wandering around Houston Street at 3 a.m. Tuesday, reports said. "Mommy’s dead and we’re looking for daddy’s house," The San Antonio Express-News...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Five more Marylanders have died as a result of the coronavirus as 505 new COVID-19 cases were reported Thursday, according to the Maryland Health Department. Doctors said the new cases are fueled by the Delta variant targeting those who are unvaccinated. READ MORE: Emergent Biosolutions To Resume Production Of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Since the...
    Getty Barcelona has reportedly received a call from a top club to ask about the possibility of signing Pedri this summer but were quick to make it clear the teenager is not for sale. Journalist Gerard Romero reports the Catalans were contacted by one of Europe’s big clubs “this week” to ask about the Spain international. The response...
    TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) — Florida reported 16,038 new COVID-19 cases to the federal government on Tuesday, the highest number of new cases since Jan. 15, federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data show. The Tuesday total was the seventh consecutive day in which Florida reported more than 12,000 new cases and came as the CDC issued guidelines advising fully vaccinated...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A fire broke out at a home in Studio City early Thursday, fire officials said. (credit: CBS) The fire was reported at 2:40 a.m. at a one-story, single-family home in the 4100 block of North Vantage Avenue. The residence appeared to be surrounded by temporary fencing, possibly indicating a construction site, so it’s unclear if the...
    What are the details? Deadline's Nellie Andreeva writes, "I hear the streamer just informed its production teams and partners that it will be requiring vaccinations for everyone working in 'Zone A,' which consists of the actors and those who come into close proximity to them." "The new return-to-work protocols agreed upon by the Hollywood unions and...
    Netflix on Wednesday became the first major Hollywood studio to announce a requirement for all casts and crews of U.S projects to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as the highly transmissible delta variant has fueled new surges of the virus.  The policy, which was first reported by Deadline, will require all people working in “Zone A,” which includes actors and those...
    Japanese officials expressed alarm on Thursday as Tokyo, the host city of the Olympic Games, reported a record number of new coronavirus cases for the third day in a row. "We have never experienced the expansion of the infections of this magnitude," Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato said, according to The Associated Press. Tokyo reported 3,865 new cases on Thursday. Katsunobu said...
    A man who mocked COVID-19 vaccinations died last week at a Riverside County hospital after contracting the coronavirus. Stephen Harmon was 34. The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department confirmed his July 21 death, but did not have information about his city of residence or other details because coroner’s officials did not respond to the incident. Harmon died at Corona Regional Medical...
    LOS ANGELES -- The real-life Iron Man is back, boggling the minds of pilots, authorities and Californians alike.Another sighting was reported of a man who appeared to be flying a jetpack thousands of miles above ground near Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday.A pilot called air traffic control to report a "possible jetpack man in sight." Air traffic control then warned...
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    "The jet man is back." That's what an air traffic controller can be heard saying to a SkyWest flight after another possible jetpack sighting reported Wednesday evening near Los Angeles International Airport. The sighting comes after at least four pilots reported seeing a similar aerial mystery last year in the same area. "A Boeing 747 pilot reported seeing an object...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– Downed trees and powerlines are among the storm damage reported north and northwest of the city. High winds were the most damaging element of the overnight storms. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Storms Linger Thursday Morning Thursday morning, over 37,000 people have lost power in the Chicago area. ComEd is working to restore the power. READ MORE: Chicago Weather:...
    U.S. Army personnel this week are mourning the loss of a Special Forces soldier who reportedly drowned Tuesday during combat diving training in Key West, Florida.  The deceased soldier, who was not immediately identified, was a staff sergeant who served in the 10th Special Forces Group, according to Army Times. "The Staff Sergeant was a student in the Special Forces...
    Another suspected sighting of a "jet pack man" was reported near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on Wednesday night, according to reports. A pilot flying near the airport alerted air traffic control, which passed along the information to other pilots, KABC-TV of Los Angeles reported. Officials with the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that a report had been made, the station...
    TOKYO (AP) — Japanese officials sounded alarm Thursday after Tokyo reported record-breaking coronavirus cases for two straight days with the Olympics well underway. “We have never experienced the expansion of the infections of this magnitude,” Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato told reporters. He said the new cases were soaring not only in the Tokyo area but across the country....
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    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Another sighting has been reported of a jetpack flying near Los Angeles International Airport.A pilot Wednesday evening called air traffic control to report a "possible jet pack man in sight."Air traffic control then warned other flights to be on the lookout for a man in a jetpack."A Boeing 747 pilot reported seeing an object that might...
    PALMDALE (CBSLA) – Authorities Wednesday were searching for a 73-year-old man diagnosed with schizophrenia, dementia and diabetes who was last seen in Palmdale. Epigmenio Reyes Mares was last seen at about 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the 2100 block of East Avenue Q-1, according to Deputy Eric Ortiz of the Sheriff’s Information Bureau. READ MORE: 101 Freeway Closed In Hollywood For...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — There was another possible jet pack sighting reported Wednesday evening near Los Angeles International Airport. “A Boeing 747 pilot reported seeing an object that might have resembled a jet pack 15 miles east of LAX at 5,000 feet altitude,” a Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson said in a statement. “Out of an abundance of caution, air traffic...
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    DENVER (CBS4) – Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game and events are believed to be the source of a COVID-19 outbreak among more than a dozen attendees. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on Wednesday added the All Star Game to its active outbreak list. (credit: Adam Glanzman/MLB Photos via Getty Images) Health officials know of 14 fans who...
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