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County Commissioner Who Fought Mask-Wearing Now…

In unfortunate turn of events, one man who opposed mask wearing in his community has taken ill.

YouTube Star Who Chronicled Her Pregnancy Dies At…

A dancer and influencer who had gained a following for her YouTube videos following her pregnancy dies over the weekend.

30-Year-Old Dies After 'COVID Party'

If going to a party at all seems like a bad idea these days, going to one in which attendees try to contract the coronavirus proved a fatal one for a Texas man.

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Johnny Depp Reveals $650 Million Mistake

The actor claims he discovered at a meeting with his accountant in 2016 that he had lost $650 million in movie earnings, immediately prior to an incident when he is alleged to have been violent toward his then wife.

Another Celebrity Couple Is Calling It Quits

Both parties posted the same message on their respective instagram accounts, writing that they have decided to “turn the page and move on" from the marriage.

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FDA Issues Warning About Deadly Hand Sanitizer

The FDA has sounded the alarm on dozens of hand sanitizer brands that are toxic and potentially deadly.

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MythBusters Co-Host Dead at 49

Grant Imahara, a MythBusters co-host from 2005 to 2014, died suddenly at age 49 Monday, Deadline reports. Per the Hollywood Reporter , the cause of death was a brain aneurysm. "I’m at a loss. No words," former fellow MythBusters co-host Adam Savage tweeted . "I’ve been part of two big families with...

Quarantine loopholes bring fresh efforts to fight…

An Australian state is toughening its punishment for anyone caught violating coronavirus quarantines, including jailing rulebreakers for up to six months

This cyborg locust sniffs out bombs

A team of engineers from Washington University in St. Louis is looking to capitalize on the sense of smell in locusts to create new biorobotic sensing systems that could be used in homeland security applications like sniffing out bombs.

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It May Be Time to Cancel Those Summer Vacation…

It May Be Time to Cancel Those Summer Vacation Plans With travel to Europe off-limits and U.S. attractions closing over COVID-19, holding off any planned trips through the air and ground may seem like a good idea. According to a survey from Azurite Consulting, 36 percent of people will not fly out of the U.S. until a vaccine is available. 30 percent won't fly domestically and around 25 percent plan to avoid hotels. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Jaimie Meyer adds that even a spontaneous road trip is a bad idea. If you must travel, the Yale School of Medicine associate professor says to take "careful planning" into consideration. Christopher Elliott writes in 'USA Today' that the biggest problem is uncertainty. Possible situations include coronavirus spiking in the area you're visiting and keeping you from leaving. As an alternative, take virtual tours of museums and plan your next trip when things start going back to normal.

Dancing With the Stars Ousts Host After 15 Years

Dancing With the Stars has bid adieu to its hosts ahead of the reality competition's 29th season. Tom Bergeron, who has hosted the show since its first season in 2005, announced the news with a bit of levity, tweeting , "Just informed @DancingABC will be continuing without me. It's been an...

As COVID Grows, California Shuts Down Again

California’s governor on Monday clamped new restrictions on businesses, reports HuffPost. The rules also include the state’s two largest school districts, Los Angeles and San Diego. He stated children would not return to class as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations soared. Governor Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, ordered another round of shutdowns. “It’s incumbent upon all of us to recognize soberly that COVID-19 is not going away anytime soon, until there is a vaccine and/or an effective therapy. Newsom All bars and restaurants, movie theaters, zoos and museums statewide must cease indoor operations.

FDA Updates List Of Potentially Dangerous Hand…

The FDA says ingesting "substantial" amounts of methanol can cause issues including nausea, headaches, blindness and even death.

Families finding ways to cool off during heat wave

Many public pools and splashpads are closed this summer, but some waterparks are adjusting to reopen and follow COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Radioactive (Trailer 2)

Trailer for 'Radioactive' starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Rosamund Pike, Aneurin Barnard, Sam Riley, Simon Russell Beale

'Redtails' Leads Field as Team's Next Name

As fans wait to hear what Washington will call its NFL team, people who don't own the franchise have placed their bets on possible names. The current favorite of online oddsmakers is a tweak: "Redtails." At 3/1, that name has a 25% chance of being the winner, Casino.org reports,...

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As Americans Break the Rules, Ireland Looks at…

Ireland will consider tougher coronavirus restrictions after anger has risen over US tourists breaking the rules. Visitors are supposed to quarantine for 14 days, but owners of pubs, hotels, and restaurants took to Twitter over the weekend to say they'd sent Americans away, SkyNews reports. "Had to cancel guests booked...

Asia shares drop on jitters over virus, China-US…

Asian shares have retreated as skepticism sets in about the recent upward momentum in global markets