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News 2020-07-01T21:47:30Z

A Body Elite gym in Brooklyn collapsed, witnesses said it felt like a 'small earthquake'

The building's owner received eight fines since 2005 for large cracks, which also included a "40-foot bulge" on one of the walls.
News 2020-06-26T04:00:05Z

US sets another record for new coronavirus cases, with a single-day total above 39,000

Dr. Robert Redfield, the director of the CDC, told reporters that the true number of cases was probably 10 times the official count.
News 2020-06-26T01:22:21Z

House passes new legislation named after George Floyd to overhaul US police policy and add accountability

The legislation, which calls for broader police accountability and transparency, now heads to the Senate for consideration.
Politics 2020-06-24T14:21:35Z

Federal appeals court orders judge to dismiss the DOJ's case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn

The decision by the DC Circuit Court of Appeals is a big victory for Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser.
News 2020-06-23T05:44:00Z
Politics 2020-06-20T18:16:00Z

Manhattan US attorney says he has 'no intention' of resigning after AG Barr tried to force him out, adds that investigations will continue 'without fear or favor'

The SDNY is conducting multiple investigations into Trump associates including his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.
Politics 2020-06-20T15:12:04Z

Federal judge strikes down the Trump Justice Department's last-ditch effort to stop John Bolton from releasing his explosive book

"Bolton has gambled with the national security of the United States," the judge wrote, but said blocking publication is not "an appropriate remedy."
News 2020-06-06T01:22:02Z

'No, Macy, I have to disagree with you': Jeff Bezos claps back at an Amazon customer complaining about the Black Lives Matter site banner

"Black lives matter speaks to racism and the disproportionate risk that Black people face in our law enforcement and justice system," Bezos wrote.
Politics 2020-06-01T00:40:57Z

Trump was rushed into a White House bunker used during past terrorist attacks during Friday protests in Washington, DC

Officials told The Times that they never believed the president was in danger, but took the precaution as protests escalated.
News 2020-05-28T22:10:52Z

Minnesota governor activates National Guard following protests and looting in response to death of George Floyd

Gov. Tim Walz, a Democrat, said Thursday he was declaring a "peacetime emergency" in response to rioting and looting.
Politics 2020-05-19T04:01:31Z

Trump threatens to permanently cut off WHO funding and membership unless WHO's chief makes 'major substantive improvements'

President Donald Trump previously announced a halt in funding to the World Health Organization as the US investigated the agency's COVID-19 response.
News 2020-05-15T02:50:26Z

Gov. Cuomo extends New York's stay-at-home order through May 28 but allows regions that meet state benchmarks to gradually reopen

In an executive order on Thursday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the "New York State on PAUSE" policy, put in place in March, would continue.
News 2020-05-12T22:41:11Z

Los Angeles' stay-at-home order is likely to last in some form until the end of July

"Our hope is that by using the data, we'd be able to slowly lift restrictions over the next three months," Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said.
Politics 2020-05-11T22:26:33Z

'Why are you saying that to me': Chinese American reporter calls Trump out on his anti-China remarks and suggests he's singling her out

CBS News' Weijia Jiang, an Asian American correspondent, was born in China and raised in West Virginia.
News 2020-05-08T22:51:17Z

California will now send every registered voter a mail-in ballot for November elections, in light of coronavirus concerns

"The right to vote is foundational to our democracy. No one should be forced to risk their health to exercise that right," Gov. Gavin Newsom said.
News 2020-05-08T14:53:00Z

A person was struck and killed by a Southwest plane as it landed on the runway at Austin international airport

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport said it was "aware of an individual that was struck and killed on runway 17-R by a landing aircraft."
News 2020-05-06T00:58:39Z

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized for a gallbladder condition in Maryland

The Supreme Court said in a statement that Ginsburg plans to participate in the oral arguments tomorrow morning remotely from the hospital.
UK 2020-05-02T12:47:00Z

Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds have named their baby boy Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson

The UK Prime Minister's fiancée gave birth to the baby boy in a London hospital on Wednesday and both she and the newborn are said to be doing well.

'It never happened': Joe Biden denies allegation he sexually assaulted former staffer Tara Reade

Shortly before Friday's "Morning Joe" interview, Biden called for the National Archives to release a complaint Reade says she filed back in 1993.
Military & Defense 2020-04-07T19:28:26Z

'I can't take it back': Trump's Navy secretary resigns and apologizes after he described a fired carrier captain as 'too naïve or too stupid'

The Navy official, who once served as a helicopter pilot, described Capt. Brett Crozier's warning about a coronavirus outbreak as "a betrayal."
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