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    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The much anticipated California re-opening is here, which means the hustle and bustle of LAX is expected to ramp up.The reopening means no capacity limits or physical distancing requirements for businesses and fully vaccinated people can stop wearing masks in most places.However, the mask mandate is still being enforced at LAX so travelers at LAX can...
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    Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson sounds very open to running for President of the United States of America. There has been chatter for the past couple years about the Hollywood superstar running for the most important office in the land, and he clearly hasn’t ruled it out. In a profile published by PEOPLE, Johnson called fans supporting him to run for...
    Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot called for more federal gun control in response to the rising gun violence that has plagued her city this year. “This is a national problem,” Lightfoot said in response to an incident in Chicago Tuesday that saw eight people shot, leaving four dead. Lightfoot said that many of the shooting cases in the city are due...
    TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) — With Gov. Ron DeSantis saying lockdown restrictions and mask mandates meant to stop the spread of COVID-19 did more harm than good, the state clemency board on Wednesday pardoned all Floridians who were arrested or fined for violating local-government requirements about wearing masks or social distancing. “This action is necessary so that we can recover, have a...
    The family of the man killed in Saturday's shooting in Austin, Texas, is speaking out against efforts to "politicize" the tragedy, telling Fox News that attempts to invoke the gun control debate are "deeply disturbing." Douglas Kantor, 25, died from his injuries at Dell Seton Medical Center after gunfire erupted around 1:30 a.m. on 6th Street, a popular strip of bars...
    A TOWN in Croatia is selling homes for just one kuna (11p) in a bid to attract people to move to the area. The bargain houses are even cheaper than Italy's famous €1 houses, although come with a number of conditions. 6A town in Croatia is selling houses for just 11pCredit: Reuters The dilapidated houses need a lot of work...
    More On: racism Black parents’ righteous fury at NYC public school failure Parents seeing through educrats’ lies about critical race theory can ‘fight the power’ and win Elite NYC school showed video that ‘tarred and feathered’ white women: ex-trustee Teen tanning addict accused of ‘blackfishing’ A Connecticut school principal has reportedly been demoted for saying the n-word during an...
    Apple is reportedly developing its own subscription-based healthcare service, but is struggling to get it off the ground due to failed tests among its own employees, The Wall Street Journal reports. The service is said to link data from users' Apple Watches with 'virtual and in-person care provided by Apple doctors.' Testing of the service, codename Casper, began in 2016,...
    Jon Rahm is set to participate at the U.S. Open weeks after he was pulled from the Memorial when he tested positive for COVID while in the lead. Rahm will be back on the course at Torrey Pines in San Diego, California, and on Tuesday expressed some regret about not getting the coronavirus vaccine sooner. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS...
    Back the Blue campaigners packed an Illinois city council meeting to demand more support for police officers.  "The way [police] have been talked to, [city officials] don’t stop that," Back the Blue Champaign County member Matt Stuckey said. "You have certain city council members that have asked for defunding the police, but now they come out after the murder of...
    More On: moscow Russian court outlaws opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s groups How anti-Trump ‘Steele dossier’ exposed shoddy world of ‘private spies’ Russian dissident Alexei Navalny said to be in declining health Russia launches satellite to monitor climate in Arctic MOSCOW — Authorities in Moscow and the surrounding region on Wednesday made COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for those working in retail,...
    Two people in Connecticut have tested positive for a rare, potentially dangerous tick-borne infection known as the Powassan virus. The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) announced that two people between the ages of 50 and 79 and are from Fairfield and New Haven counties tested positive for the virus earlier this year, representing the first two cases this year....
    A successful music composer says his career was destroyed and his life upended after he was branded a racist in response to a social media post condemning arson by protesters in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Daniel Elder, 34, of Nashville, Tennessee tells Reason he considered suicide after his publisher dumped him, the music industry turned its back on...
    Eric Holcomb, governor of Indiana, speaks at the White House on June 26, 2020.Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images More than 400,000 people are poised to lose unemployment benefits this weekend as eight states withdraw early from pandemic-era programs. Alabama, Idaho, Indiana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, West Virginia and Wyoming are opting out of federal unemployment programs effective Saturday. They're...
    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) apologized Monday evening for comparing coronavirus restrictions, such as masks and vaccination rules, to Nazi laws imposed on Jews in World War II, after visiting the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. The Washington Post reported: “This afternoon, I visited the Holocaust Museum,” Greene said. “The Holocaust is — there’s nothing comparable to it. It’s — it happened,...
    The IRS has issued almost 167 million payments in the third round of direct stimulus aid, with another 1.8 million people last week receiving the $1,400 checks. But some lawmakers are pushing for a fourth round of stimulus aid that would effectively send recurring payments until the pandemic ends. So far, the federal response to the economic crisis caused by...
    Brawlers have shared their shocking bar fight stories in an eye-opening online thread.  People from around the world took to anonymous US-based secret sharing app Whisper to confess the bizarre, petty and sometimes sickening exchanges that led to the altercations. One punter revealed she jumped to her brother's rescue after he got into an argument with other patrons while drunk.   And another...
    (CNN)The pressure to stand out plagues us all. Even if we don't really want that job, that body, that car, that trip or that kitchen, we're aware of the attention given to those who have them -- on Instagram, TikTok and even in real life. And we might feel bad for not having them ourselves. Even during a global pandemic.No...
    SAN JOSE (KPIX)– On the first day of California’s post-COVID grand reopening, demand for food service and hospitality workers continues to constrain the ability of restaurants and bars to operate at full capacity. In the weeks leading up to Tuesday’s lifting of capacity restrictions and social distancing, signs indicating “Help Wanted”, “Now Hiring” and “We’re Hiring” have been abundant at...
    China should pay for their hand in the coronavirus pandemic and the American people should have the right to sue individually, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., proposed Tuesday on "Hannity."  LINDSEY GRAHAM: How do you find the truth when China won’t cooperate with you? The world has to make China come clean on this. How do you do that? Impose sanctions...
    Tokyo (CNN)When the Tokyo Olympics put out a call for volunteers, Nima Esnaashari signed up along with thousands of others in Japan eager to soak up the atmosphere of the world's biggest sporting event.But the closer the Games get, the more anxious he's becoming about the risk of catching Covid-19. Like the majority of Japan's population, he hasn't been vaccinated...
    LINTHICUM, Md. (WJZ) — Crowds continued to grow at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Tuesday after hundreds of flights were delayed or canceled due to technical issues. “This trip completely let us down,” said Beverly Schulgerbrandt, traveler. READ MORE: Baltimore City Leaders Celebrates Reduction Of Infant Mortality Rates In Upton & Druid Heights Long lines and upset travelers packed BWI...
    Jeff Bezos' ex-wife MacKenzie Scott recently donated $2.7billion to 286 different organizations, increasing her total charitable donations to $8.5billion since last July.  In a Medium post published on Tuesday, the former wife of the Amazon founder listed the charities to which she donated and denounced the country's wealth gap, explaining that she and her new husband Dan Jewett, a Seattle...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – With the city opening up, many people are looking for jobs, but suiting up for work comes at a cost that may be tough for some. A nonprofit in Queens is showing CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis how they’re helping people get ready for work for free. READ MORE: Together In Pride: LGBTQIA+ Volunteer Cheerleading Team Gotham Cheer...
    MICHIGAN will start giving laid-off employees $300 to get back to work by September 4. Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced a new back-to-work program that would give people the ability to still collect a weekly unemployment check while also getting a paystub. 2Michigan will offer people $300 a week to get a jobCredit: AFP "Eligible laid off employees will earn $300...
    What began as a routine loitering call quickly became an opportunity for a good deed when Florida deputies helped a man in need.  Pasco sheriff's deputies were responding to a call at a gas station north of Tampa, according to Amanda Hunter, the public information manager for the sheriff’s office. "The original call was for someone who was loitering behind...
    THE View host Joy Behar mocked Marjorie Taylor Greene's apology for comparing Covid-19 mask mandates to the Holocaust, saying her statement is as "empty as her head." Behar blasted the QAnon representative on Tuesday's episode – a day after Greene was forced to publicly apologize for her controversial comments. 7Joy Behar mocked Marjorie Taylor Greene's apology on Tuesday 7The...
    Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz joined the growing list of GOP lawmakers calling for the removal of Dr. Anthony Fauci Tuesday, arguing he is "political and not scientific." Fauci, President Biden's chief medical adviser and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has faced severe backlash following the release of thousands of emails obtained through Freedom of...
    Former NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton has warned American cities are in for a 'very, long dangerous summer' as murder rates skyrocket nationwide.   Bratton, who earned the nickname 'supercop' for helping clean up the streets of New York City and Los Angeles, issued his warning on Monday as NYPD data showed shootings and murders in the Big Apple have increased by almost 70...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The latest mitigation efforts are set to end on Monday, but restaurant owners aren’t optimistic they will get the go ahead to reopen indoor dining. Heading into the slowest month for this industry, the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership has started a new program that is helping both the restaurants and people in need. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Pennsylvania:...
    WASHINGTON -- Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene apologized Monday for affronting people with recent comments comparing the required wearing of safety masks in the House to the horrors of the Holocaust."I'm truly sorry for offending people with remarks about the Holocaust," the Georgia Republican told reporters outside the Capitol, saying she had visited Washington's U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum earlier in the...
    Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images The 100th anniversary of white racial violence in Tulsa, Oklahoma  provided the country an opportunity to reflect. Columnist Ray Baker says political speeches honoring Tulsa or Juneteenth are self-aggrandizing. Commemorations honor the past without making amends for transgressions that benefited institutions. Baker says justice requires accountability and restitution. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories....
    Rep. James Comer voted for President Donald Trump's tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans. Rep. James Comer (R-KY) claimed on Monday that Republicans want to close loopholes that allow the rich to pay little in taxes. But he voted for the 2017 bill that massively cut taxes for billionaires and...
    WASHINGTON - Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene apologized Monday for affronting people with recent comments comparing the required wearing of safety masks in the House to the horrors of the Holocaust. "I'm truly sorry for offending people with remarks about the Holocaust," the Georgia Republican told reporters outside the Capitol, saying she had visited Washington's U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum earlier...
    More restrictive ID laws will have a 'disproportionately negative impact for trans voters,' said Bobby Hoffman of the ACLU. While voting restriction bills introduced and in some cases passed this year by Republican-controlled state legislatures will make it harder for many people to cast ballots, experts in law and justice...
    (CNN)We don't know much about Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen for a reason.In a rare interview with i-D, Mary-Kate Olsen says she and her twin are "discreet people -- that's how we were raised."That's a bit of an understatement.The former child stars of "Full House," who went on to build a media empire when they were tweens, are now 30 something...
    WHEN it comes to organising your home, it can be hard to know where to begin - but this mother-daughter duo have tips for every room in the house. The pair have organisation hacks for your bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen - and commenters say they’re all "genius". 14Mum and daughter Stenson and MargaretCredit: everything.envy/Instagram 14The duo are super organisersCredit: everything.envy/Instagram...
    It’s the day we have been waiting 15 months for — the opportunity to tear off the masks, step into our favorite neighborhood restaurant dining room or saddle up to the bar and break bread again, no matter the indoor capacity. For thousands of Bay Area food business owners, the return to normal couldn’t come soon enough. They planned for...
    Loading the player... Supermodel Chrissy Teigen issued a lengthy apology for online bullying after facing the accusations from several people.  American fashion designer Michael Costello and model Courtney Stodden were among those who made the claim. Costello alleged that he frequently had thoughts of suicide after Teigen allegedly blacklisted him in the wake of what he says was a...
    EXCESSIVE heat warnings have been issued for the first time in Colorado as around 50million Americans brace themselves for record-breaking 110F temperatures. A heat dome has engulfed the western US state meaning several days of extremely dry weather and sweltering temperatures are expected. 10Americans cool off with their dogs as record breaking temperatures are forecastCredit: AP 10Three figure...
    Washington — Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene apologized Monday for affronting people with recent comments comparing the required wearing of safety masks in the House to the horrors of the Holocaust. "I'm truly sorry for offending people with remarks about the Holocaust," the Georgia Republican told reporters outside the Capitol, saying she had visited Washington's U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum earlier in...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Neil Patrick Harris, 48; Ice Cube, 52; Courteney Cox, 57; Helen Hunt, 58. Ice Cube  (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group)  Happy Birthday: Look for the truth in every situation. Offer understanding, patience and assistance to those in need. The gestures you make this year will help you rise above and beyond any competition you encounter....
    (CNN)Covid-19 infections may be on the decline, but the urgency to continue vaccinating the US population is far from over, one expert said."We are going to need to have a highly vaccinated population for years if not longer. This virus is going to be circulating in the world for a long time," said Dr. Paul Offit, a member of the...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – California is on the cusp of a full reopening. COVID rules officially disappear on June 15. No more tier system, no more capacity limits. Businesses are gearing up for the big change, but how close to normal can we expect things to get? For many, the first item on the agenda is mask off. ‘I’m noticing most...