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Arson investigators probe incident at Weymouth church

7 hours ago   |   Boston Herald

Massachusetts State troopers and local police and fire arson investigators are probing an incident at a Weymouth church on Monday, according to officials. A worker at Sacred...
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This app can read books, documents, articles, and webpages out loud

This app can read books, documents, articles, and webpages out loud

9 hours ago   |   New York Post

Even if you love to read, finding the time to sit down with a book can be a challenge. With fast-paced lives spent in constant motion, audiobooks continue to rise as a popular...
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A pastor who told congregants not to be afraid of the coronavirus was hospitalized with COVID-19

A pastor who told congregants not to be afraid of the coronavirus was hospitalized with COVID-19

12 hours ago   |   Business Insider

A Catholic pastor has tested positive for COVID-19 and is in isolation after writing several articles advising his congregants not to fear the virus. Washington, D.C. health...
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South End shooting: Man suffers life-threatening injuries, Boston police officers apply tourniquet

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald

A man suffered life-threatening injuries after getting shot at a South End intersection early Sunday morning, as Boston Police officers applied a tourniquet before the man was...
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Pac-12 players threaten to sit out 2020 season over racial injustice, COVID-19 concerns

1 day ago   |   NBC Sports   |   5 articles

Other concerns include NIL issues, long-term health insurance.
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College Football amidst Coronavirus Pandemic: On this day in CFT history, including Notre Dame coaching legend Ara Parseghian dead at 94

1 day ago   |   NBC Sports

With the sports world attempting to restart, here's a look back at college football on this day.
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College Football amidst Coronavirus Pandemic: On this day in CFT history, including Urban Meyer being placed on paid administrative leave as Ohio State launches investigation

2 days ago   |   NBC Sports

With the sports world attempting to restart, here's a look back at college football on this day.
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New York Times union wants ‘sensitivity reads' as part of editorial process

New York Times union wants ‘sensitivity reads' as part of editorial process

2 days ago   |   New York Post

A union representing some 1,200 New York Times employees is urging that articles be subjected to “sensitivity reads.” The News Guild of New York said its reps recommended the...
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Retail Category Mayhem And The Next Amazon-Like Disruption

3 days ago   |   Forbes

A July 16th Wall Street Journal article, entitled “Which Stores Are Opening or Closing Amid the Retail Shakeout” provided us with a sector by sector look at the overall 2020...
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How to add the Google Drive app to your desktop on a PC and sync all of your files easily

How to add the Google Drive app to your desktop on a PC and sync all of your files easily

3 days ago   |   Business Insider

You can add Google Drive to your desktop on a PC in addition to using it on a web browser. Adding the Google Drive app to your desktop will enable you to sync your documents...
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President Trump says TikTok sale can go through - but only if the US gets a cut

President Trump says TikTok sale can go through - but only if the US gets a cut

The president on Monday set Sept. 15 as the deadline for TikTok to find a U.S. buyer, failing which he said he will shut down the app in the country. Read more ...

7 Cardinals, 6 staff test positive; series at Detroit off

7 Cardinals, 6 staff test positive; series at Detroit off

Seven St. Louis Cardinals players and six staff members have tested positive for COVID-19, causing Major League Baseball to postpone the team's four-game series at Detroit. Read more ...

Oldest living Marine celebrates 105th birthday

Oldest living Marine celebrates 105th birthday

The oldest living Marine had a special birthday celebration on Friday. Read more ...

'My son's death cannot be in vain': Judge whose family was attacked details...

'My son's death cannot be in vain': Judge whose family was attacked details her son's last words

The federal judge whose son was killed and whose husband was shot at their home last month called for greater privacy protections for judges in her first comments since the... Read more ...

Prosecutor says he's justified in seeking President Trump's taxes

Prosecutor says he's justified in seeking President Trump's taxes

A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Donald Trump's tax returns told a judge that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of “extensive and... Read more ...

Dwayne Johnson buys XFL in $15 million deal

Dwayne Johnson buys XFL in $15 million deal

The XFL began its season earlier this year, before being forced to shutter operations in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read more ...

Men's Wearhouse files for bankruptcy as men sport sweats over suits

Men's Wearhouse files for bankruptcy as men sport sweats over suits

Suit retailer Men's Wearhouse filed for bankruptcy on Sunday as the coronavirus has kept millions of office workers at home and in lounge pants. Parent company Tailored Brands... Read more ...

An adopted 14-year-old girl is helping senior dogs find a forever home just...

An adopted 14-year-old girl is helping senior dogs find a forever home just like she did

A 14-year-old girl has raised $14,000 for senior dogs who have been left behind with the goal of helping them find a forever home like she did when she was adopted. Read more ...

Deborah Birx warns US COVID-19 pandemic in ‘new phase' as cases surge

Deborah Birx warns US COVID-19 pandemic in ‘new phase' as cases surge

Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus task force coordinator, said the US is in a “new phase” of the pandemic - with the outbreak more widespread than when it first... Read more ...

Progress slow on virus relief bill as negotiations continue

Progress slow on virus relief bill as negotiations continue

WASHINGTON - Negotiators on a huge coronavirus relief bill reported slight progress after talks resumed Monday afternoon in the Capitol, with issues like food for the poor and... Read more ...