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Elusive Emu Remains at Large in North Carolina After More Than Three Weeks
Morehouse College Investigates Sexual Misconduct After Students’ Videos
What Jeffrey Epstein Did on Work Release Is Now the Subject of an Investigation
Pilot Whales in Georgia Are Saved From Being Beached
America Is So Hot That ...
What Happens After an ICE Raid? Explaining the Deportation Process
No More Manholes in Berkeley as City Writes Gender Out of Codes
Four Chicago Police Officers Fired for Cover-Up of Laquan McDonald Shooting
Mueller Hearings on Wednesday Present Make-or-Break Moment for Democrats
Democrats Call Out Racism, New Debate Lineups: This Week in the 2020 Race
Tennessee Says Internet-Ordained Ministers and Marriage Don’t Mix
Republicans Prep for Mueller Showdown and Counsel a Light Touch
Just Before the Eagle Landed, an Alien Arrived in Our Living Room
Appeals Court Judges Send Emoluments Suit Against Trump Back to a Lower Court
Inmates Freed as Justice Dept. Tries to Clear Hurdles of New Law
In Another About-Face, Trump Refuses to Condemn ‘Send Her Back’ Chant
Trump’s Labor Pick Has Defended Corporations, and One Killer Whale
Subway Service Is Suspended on Several Lines, M.T.A. Says
Angus McQueen, the N.R.A.’s Image Maker, Dies at 74
3,271 Pill Bottles, a Town of 2,831: Court Filings Say Corporations Fed Opioid Epidemic
Marylou Whitney, Social Queen of the Racing World, Dies at 93
Marine Corps Orders Duncan Hunter to Stop Using Emblem on Political Mailers
Heat Wave, Iran, ASAP Rocky: Your Friday Evening Briefing
For 50 Years Since Apollo 11, Presidents Have Tried to Take That Next Giant Leap
Ida Wyman, Whose Camera Captured Ordinary People, Dies at 93
Jussie Smollett Fights Appointment of Special Prosecutor
Intelligence Chief Names New Election Security Oversight Official
Tay-K, Rapper Who Went Viral With ‘The Race,’ Is Found Guilty of Murder
N.S.A. Contractor Who Hoarded Secrets at Home Is Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison
Texas Legalized Hemp, not Marijuana, Governor Insists as Prosecutors Drop Pot Charges
Ilhan Omar Returns to Minneapolis for Hero’s Welcome
16,000 Readers Shared Their Experiences of Being Told to ‘Go Back.’ Here Are Some of Their Stories.
L. Bruce Laingen, Senior Hostage During Iran Crisis, Dies at 96
A Murderer Deemed Too Old for Violence Was Just Convicted of Another Killing
The Army’s Failure to Train and Equip Troops in Afghanistan
Most Wikipedia Profiles Are of Men. This Scientist Is Changing That.
Everything You Need to Know for a Road Trip Up the Coast
What Is Behind the Protests in Puerto Rico?
How We Augmented Our Original Reporting for the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing
Why the Democratic Debates Are Starting to Feel Like a Reality Show


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Newsletter: Essential California Week in Review: Social media and a murder trial

A look at the top stories of the past week, including a California Supreme Court ruling on the use of private social media posts in murder trials


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The 60 Freeway will be closed for 15 weekends starting next week

Mark your calendars. The 60 Freeway will be closed from Ontario to Riverside for 15 weekends.


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Sheriff Alex Villanueva's son was hired to be a deputy seven months after his father took office

The son, an Army veteran, was hired by the department in June despite a record that department watchdogs said would generate scrutiny.


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L.A. police ticketed drivers on streets with expired speed limits, lawsuit says

Tickets written to motorists on streets where the speed limit had expired are illegal and should be overturned, according to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court


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California must repay national mortgage settlement cash used to balance state budget

The California Supreme Court refused earlier this week to hear an appeal by the administration disputing lower court rulings that found the state mistakenly used a portion of the money — paid by large banks and lenders as part of a nationwide legal agreement in 2012 — to pay off housing bonds.


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Sports Headlines

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The Latest: Schauffele moving past failed driver test

The Latest from the British Open: Schauffele trying to move past failed driver test
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British Open marches on without its star attraction

Even without the biggest stars, Royal Portrush braces for a wild weekend at British Open
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Australia wins mixed 3-meter synchro diving gold at worlds

Australia wins mixed 3-meter synchro diving gold at worlds
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Philadelphia Phillies to visit the Pittsburgh Pirates

The Phillies will start Zach Eflin on Saturday and the Pirates are expected to counter with Joe Musgrove
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Tampa Bay's Meadows puts 10-game hit streak on the line against White Sox

Meadows takes a 10-game hit streak into matchup with White Sox
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US News

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What the Moon meant for America, and what’s been lost of late

We used to dream big. Really, really big. Fifty years ago today, the United States of America put a man on the moon. The roots of this incredible endeavor began much earlier, starting in the late 1950’s with unmanned lunar missions of varying success. In what has become a seminal moment in our...

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Earth-bound lunar mission heroes: Remember what they sacrificed and what they accomplished

A half a century ago, the Apollo 11 lunar module touched down on the moon, and astronauts put humanity’s first bootprints on the surface of another world. Milestone anniversaries like this provide a wonderful opportunity to look back and appreciate the historic achievements of NASA’s Apollo program.

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Why we went to the Moon: America’s miraculous achievement a half-century ago was driven not by internal unity but by an external enemy

Over the five decades since Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on a cold rock 238,900 miles away from Earth, astonishing all mankind, Americans have told themselves a great myth: We did it because we were unified.

Not so. In July 1969, indeed for the bulk of the decade that culminated in the...

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Puerto Rico adrift: Still recovering from hurricanes, the island is bedeviled by an incompetent and shady governor

Puerto Ricans, still recovering from a hurricane that battered the island, still reeling from a string of lies and insults hurled by their president, now aim their ire at their governor.

It is impossible to see how Ricardo Rosselló can survive the daily flood of tens of thousands of people into...

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Readers sound off on the subway maintenance workers, 1969 and Ocasio-Cortez

No, Daily News, we pull our weight

Brooklyn: The Daily News Editorial Board sometimes doesn’t know what it is talking about. You claimed in a July 15 editorial that subway maintenance workers don’t pull their own weight and are partly responsible for some of the big problems that developed underground...

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Entertainment

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Comic-Con exec reminds crowd to ‘accept each other’ ahead of ‘Game of Thrones’ panel

"This is a place where everyone is accepted, feels welcome and is at home."
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NYC residents ecstatic over OZY Fest cancellation

"FANTASTIC news," wrote one Twitter user from Forest Hills.
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Comic-Con surprises Mark Hamill with the 2019 Icon Award

Comic-Con’s director of communications presented Mark Hamill with the surprise award in the middle of his panel for Netflix’s upcoming show “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.”
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Miranda Lambert’s husband takes leave of absence from NYPD

He's officially gone country.
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Mathew Knowles’ latest venture involves marijuana farms

Beyoncé's dad has signed on as chief marketing officer of Bangi Inc, a company that buys and leases real estate for weed farms and dispensaries.
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Business

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Equifax Is Said to Be Near $650 Million Settlement for Data Breach

An agreement would resolve federal and state investigations and consumer claims over the exposure of information about 145 million people.
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Safe Deposit Boxes Aren’t Safe

When Philip Poniz opened Box 105 at his local Wells Fargo, he discovered it was empty — and that he was totally unprotected by federal law.
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Trump’s Labor Pick Has Defended Corporations, and One Killer Whale

Eugene Scalia, whom Mr. Trump plans to nominate as labor secretary, has been a go-to lawyer for businesses like UPS and SeaWorld.
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When the Law Says Using Marijuana Is O.K., but the Boss Disagrees

The relatively rapid acceptance of marijuana use in the United States has lawmakers and employers grappling with ways to adjust hiring rules.
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Foreign-Owned Banks’ Results Could Sweeten Further Under Tax Law

Large U.S. financial institutions reaped a windfall from the 2017 Trump tax cuts. Now foreign banks are pushing for favorable treatment from Treasury.
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Science-Technology

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Hawaii officials want a peaceful end to telescope protests

Officials in Hawaii said Friday that they will not call up additional National Guard troops or use force on peaceful telescope protesters blocking access to the state's highest peak
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Giant Hawaii telescope to focus on big unknowns of universe

Scientists are expected to explore fundamental questions about the universe when they use a giant new telescope planned for the summit of Hawaii's tallest mountain
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Pocket-sized shark squirts glowing clouds from pockets

A pocket-sized pocket shark found in the Gulf of Mexico turns out to be a new species
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The Latest: Mayor: No National Guard for telescope protests

Big Island Mayor Harry Kim says the state will order National Guard to stand down and that police will not immediately use force to remove peaceful telescope protesters blocking a road to the summit of Hawaii's Mauna Kea
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Report: Equifax to pay $700 million in breach settlement

The Wall Street Journal says Equifax will pay around $700 million to settle with the FTC over a 2017 data breach that exposed some 150 million people's social security numbers and other private information
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Politics

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Pete Buttigieg says he's obligated 'with the privilege of whiteness' to speak out on systemic racism

South Bend mayor and 2020 hopeful Pete Buttigieg has continued his efforts to try to reach out to black voters in a new fundraising email, where he says he welcomes the "obligation as a candidate with the privilege of whiteness on my side" to speak out against systemic racism. 
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Cory Booker in 'geek love heaven' during San Diego Comic-Con visit

Cory Booker said he was in "geek love heaven" when he visited Comic-Con 2019 at the San Diego Convention Center on Friday. 
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Dem governors fear down-ballot impact of 2020 candidates' far-left positions: 'It scares people'

Democratic governors are sounding the alarm that the increasingly far-left positions taken by the party's 2020 presidential candidates are harming electoral chances of down-ballot candidates.
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Bernie Sanders defends campaign staff salaries after accusations of 'poverty wages'

Bernie Sanders defended his campaign's treatment of staffers and said he was “very proud” to lead the first U.S. presidential campaign to have unionized workers -- one day after The Washington Post reported the campaign’s field staff were complaining about receiving “poverty wages.”
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Billionaire Tom Steyer, at first campaign event, says he doesn't see himself as rich

Billionaire hedge fund investor Tom Steyer, a late addition to the Democratic presidential field, reportedly told a San Francisco bookstore crowd this week that he doesn’t see himself as wealthy.
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