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Monday, July 30, 2018
New York Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger slams Trump over 'fake news' claims
Polar bear shot dead in Arctic after injuring cruise ship worker, sparking criticism
The attack occurred when tourists from the MS Bremen cruise ship landed on the most-northern island of Svalbard archipelago, according to Joint Rescue Coordination for Northern Norway. The remote region is known for glaciers, reindeer and polar bears
Former WWE star Brian Lawler dies at 46 in jail cell, Tennessee officials say
Former WWE star Brian Lawler, the son of Jerry "The King" Lawler, died Sunday, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. He was known as “Grandmaster Sexay” and was part of the Too Cool tag team with “Scotty 2 Ho
Roast of Bruce Willis: A bizarre night as Edward Norton shines, Dennis Rodman bombs
This year’s roast had a dais filled with a peppy roast master (“Looper” co-star Joseph Gordon-Levitt), fellow actors (Edward Norton among them), comics and one “what the heck are they doing there” speaker. The latter rol
Bodycam video released in fatal police shooting of Thurman Blevins, a 31-year-old black man, in Minneapolis
A video released Sunday shows two police officers pulling their cruiser up and a man – Thurman Blevins – seated on a curb near a woman with a child in a stroller.
Thomas Markle says Duchess Meghan and the royal family 'cut me off completely'
Meghan Markle's dad, Thomas Markle, gave a blistering interview to London's Daily Mail saying he hasn’t spoken to the Duchess of Sussex in 10 weeks.
California wildfires, government shutdown threats: 5 things you need to know Monday
California wildfires, Trump's shutdown threat, National Cheesecake Day and the biggest news to start your day.
Trea Turner, Sean Newcomb latest athletes to cause us to question their true beliefs
Nationals shortstop, Braves pitcher join growing list of professional athletes whose old tweets leave fans questioning what they really believe.
14-foot python escaping California's Carr Fire gets loose on the streets of Redding
Eres, the 14-foot Lavender Albino Reticulated Python, escaped from her home Saturday night. And she can scale fences.
Hospitals know how to protect mothers. They just aren’t doing it.
Women giving birth are needlessly dying or suffering life-altering injuries because U.S. hospitals aren't following known safety measures, a USA TODAY investigation found.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Inmate firefighters head out to the field to prepare containment areas in Igo, Calif. on July 28, 2018.
President Donald Trump threatens to shut down government over border wall funding
Braves announcers blast Dodgers for 'very unprofessional' batting-practice attire
Atlanta Braves pitcher Sean Newcomb tweeted homophobic slurs in 2011, 2012
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