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  • First Democratic Debate Of 2020 Campaign Concludes Wednesday Night

    (CNN) — It took a little bit to warm up, but candidates began heating up the first Democratic debate of the 2020 presidential campaign with jabs at one another over immigration and national security. As the immigration crisis overshadowed Wednesday’s presidential debate, the tension between two Texans — Julian Castro and Beto O’Rourke — erupted on the stage on Wednesday night as the two tangled over immigration policy. O’Rourke, the former Texas congressman, was answering a question about what he would do on Day One […]

  • Target Announces ‘Deal Days,’ Its Own Version Of Amazon’s Prime Day

    (CNN) — Amazon’s upcoming Prime Day shopping promotion will be the company’s longest. Rival retailers are ready to compete. Target and eBay announced this week their own sales that will begin on July 15 — the same day as Amazon’s annual event. Target’s “Deal Days” will run for two days, the same amount of time as Amazon’s sale. Target held a one-day event last year, which it called “one of our biggest days of the year for online sales.” The retailer said in a […]

  • Nearly 100 Drivers Following Google Maps Detour Get Stuck In Muddy Field

    DENVER – Technology isn’t always foolproof, as about 100 Colorado drivers learned when Google Maps offered them a supposedly quick way out of a traffic jam. A crash on Peña Boulevard, a road leading to Denver International Airport, prompted the app to take drivers on a detour on Sunday. But it was too good to be true. The alternate route took drivers down a dirt road that rain had turned into a muddy mess, and cars started sliding around. Some […]

  • U.S. Soccer Star Megan Rapinoe Says She’s ‘Not Going To The F*****g White House’ If Team Wins The World Cup

    American women’s soccer co-captain Megan Rapinoe is not planning to go to the White House if the national team wins the World Cup. A reporter from Eight by Eight, a soccer magazine that looks at the sport and its place in culture, asked Rapinoe if she was excited about going to the White House if her team wins the Women’s World Cup. “I’m not going to the f*****g White House,” she fired back before the reporter finished the question. “No. I’m not […]

  • San Francisco Passes Ban On E-Cigarette Sales, A US First

    (CNN) — San Francisco will become the first US city to effectively ban e-cigarette sales, after the city’s board of supervisors unanimously voted in favor of an ordinance Tuesday. The ordinance says “no person shall sell or distribute an electronic cigarette to a person in San Francisco” unless that product has undergone premarket review by the US Food and Drug Administration. To date, none have. This includes sales in brick-and-mortar stores, as well as online sales shipped to a San Francisco address. […]

  • Amazon Prime Day Will Actually Be Two Days This Year

    Amazon’s Prime Day will return for the fifth time next month, and this year the discount holiday will run for two entire days. Amazon announced that Prime Day this year will start at midnight on Monday, July 15, and run for 48 hours. The company boasts that the event will include more than a million deals around the world, such as steep discounts on Alexa-enabled devices. In 2018, Prime Day lasted 36 hours, which was longer than in prior years. […]

  • ‘Dog The Bounty Hunter’ Shares Photo From Wife Beth’s Bedside

    Duane “Dog” Chapman shared a photo from his wife Beth’s hospital bedside on Monday. The man known as “Dog the Bounty Hunter” posted an image to his Twitter account which showed his wife’s hand resting on what appears to be a hospital bed. The photo shows her well manicured nails, as well as a bandage, hospital bracelet and some type of wrapping. “You all know how she is about HER NAILS !!,” the tweet read. Chapman solicited prayers Sunday on his […]

  • Mexico Sends Nearly 15,000 Troops To The US Border

    (CNN) — Mexico has deployed almost 15,000 troops to the US-Mexico border, according to the country’s Secretary of Defense Luis Sandoval. “In the northern part of the country, we have deployed a total of almost 15,000 troops composed of National Guard elements and military units,” Sandoval announced today in Cancun. Approximately 2,000 National Guard members have already been deployed to Mexico’s southern border with Belize and Guatemala, he noted, adding to the 4,500 troops already spread across the area. Many migrants begin […]

  • Woman’s World Cup: Undefeated U.S. Women Beat Spain 2-1, Face France In Quarterfinals

    (CNN) — It wasn’t easy, and at times there was doubt, but defending champion the US can look ahead to a mouthwatering quarterfinal clash against host France after a 2-1 win over a resolute Spain. In the US’ toughest challenge at the Women’s World Cup so far, two Megan Rapinoe penalties, one in each half, secured progress to the last eight. When Spain conceded a fifth-minute penalty — Maria Leon bringing down Tobin Heath in the box — it seemed as if […]

  • To Enter Disneyland’s ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge,’ You May Now Need To Get In Line, Virtually

    (CNN) — If you’re still plotting your entry into Disneyland’s newest, biggest and very popular new land, hold on. Today begins a shift away from a reservation system to general access into Galaxy’s Edge — the name of Disney’s new Star Wars land. But, there are some “buts.” If it’s as popular as expected, visitors will likely need to line up in a crowd controlling virtual queue on the morning of their visit to Disneyland or Disney Californian Adventure. Through FastPass kiosks in […]

  • Trump To Issue Executive Order Requiring Hospitals To Disclose Prices To Patients

    (CNN) — President Donald Trump will issue an executive order Monday aimed at making health care prices more readily available to consumers. The order — which seeks to fulfill the President’s promise to lower costs for Americans — will direct the Health & Human Services Department to develop a rule that would require hospitals to disclose prices that reflect what insurers and patients pay for common items and services. However, the order does not specify what level of detail hospitals must provide […]

  • Could Coffee Help You Lose Weight? New Research Suggests A Fat-Busting Effect

    (CNN) — Drinking coffee could activate the body’s fat-fighting defenses, a discovery that could have potential implications in the battle against obesity and diabetes. In a study published Monday, researchers at the University of Nottingham said that coffee may help stimulate our brown fat reserves, also known as brown adipose tissue, which play a key role in how quickly we can burn calories. There are two forms of fat cells, brown cells and white cells, and each plays a different role […]

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