U.S. CORONAVIRUS FRAUD LOSSES NEAR $100 MILLION AS COVID SCAMS DOUBLE

LOS ANGELES - U.S. losses from coronavirus-related fraud and identity theft have reached nearly $100 million since the pandemic emerged...

YOUTUBE STAR JAKE PAUL'S LOS ANGELES-AREA HOME RAIDED BY FBI

LOS ANGELES - FBI agents in tactical gear on Wednesday raided the Los Angeles-area mansion home of YouTube star and social media influencer...

 
 
 

TRUMP HANGS ON TO FINANCIAL EDGE IN RACE AGAINST BIDEN

President Donald Trump thwarted efforts to cripple his re-election campaign's financial advantage, as Republican donors forked over...

76ERS' SIMMONS INJURES LEFT KNEE

Philadelphia guard/forward Ben Simmons departed the 76ers' victory against the Washington Wizards on Wednesday due to a left knee injury.

 
 
 

CONSERVATIVES ASK WATCHDOG TO INVESTIGATE IF WE'S STUDENT GRANT APPLICATION PORTAL BREACHED PRIVACY LAWS

OTTAWA - Conservatives are asking the Privacy Commissioner to investigate if the online platform used by WE Charity to process applications...

BEIRUT REELS FROM HUGE BLAST AS DEATH TOLL CLIMBS TO AT LEAST 135

BEIRUT - Lebanese rescue teams pulled out bodies and hunted for missing people on Wednesday from the wreckage caused by a massive warehouse...

 
 
 

HOOKERS FOR JESUS WINS FRESH ROUND OF FUNDING FROM TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

WASHINGTON - Las Vegas-based nonprofit Hookers for Jesus has won a fresh grant from the U.S. Justice Department, less than a year after...

MARLINS BLANK ORIOLES FOR SECOND STRAIGHT SHUTOUT

Brian Anderson slugged a home run, and four pitchers combined on a shutout as the short-handed Miami Marlins defeated the host Baltimore...

 
 
 

WITH SCHOOL REOPENING WEEKS AWAY, THERE IS STILL PLENTY OF HOMEWORK TO BE DONE, TEACHERS SAY

EDMONTON - The student parade back into the classroom will look much different this September, with school reopening just weeks away,...

GOLF-BETTORS PRIMED TO POUNCE ON PGA CHAMPIONSHIP

SAN FRANCISCO - Gamblers starved of sports action are expected to go all in on this year's PGA Championship, the first golf major of...

 
 
 

INJURY-STRICKEN JETS LOOK TO AVOID ELIMINATION AGAINST FLAMES

With his team facing potential elimination from Stanley Cup playoff contention, Winnipeg Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck knows his own...

FAUCI SAYS REGULATORS PROMISE POLITICS WILL NOT GUIDE VACCINE TIMING

WASHINGTON - U.S. regulators have assured scientists that political pressure will not determine when a coronavirus vaccine is approved...

 
 
 

CLIPPERS PG BEVERLEY TO MISS GAME VS. MAVERICKS

Los Angeles Clippers point guard Patrick Beverley will miss Thursday's game against the Dallas Mavericks due to a strained left calf.

BIDEN-ALLIED GROUPS STOCKPILE $294 MLN FOR BATTLE WITH TRUMP

Democrat Joe Biden's presidential campaign and closely tied groups said on Wednesday they have gathered $294 million as they head into...

 
 
 

AGREEMENT BETWEEN PROVINCE, BC HYDRO, FIRST NATION, ENDS LEGAL FIGHT OVER SITE C

VICTORIA - A British Columbia First Nation has ended its legal battle against the provincial government and BC Hydro over the Site...

PHILLIES SNAP YANKEES' SEVEN-GAME WIN STREAK

Bryce Harper and J.T. Realmuto homered as the visiting Philadelphia Phillies scored six runs in the sixth inning and held on for an...

 
 
 

GOLDEN KNIGHTS HOPE TO KEEP STREAKING AGAINST BLUES

Both Vegas Golden Knights coach Peter DeBoer and St. Louis Blues coach Craig Berube will be looking for better starts when their teams...

JOHNSON'S LATE GOAL PUSHES LIGHTNING PAST BRUINS

Tyler Johnson's tiebreaking rebound goal with 87 seconds remaining in regulation kept the Tampa Bay Lightning's round-robin record...

 
 
 

THE BEIRUT BLAST MEASURED 2.75 KILOTONS. HOW THAT COMPARES WITH OTHER MAJOR EXPLOSIONS IN HISTORY

By Jonathan Bradley

NATIONALS RHP SCHERZER LEAVES AFTER ONE INNING

Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer left his Wednesday start against the New York Mets after one inning.

 
 
 



Facebook, citing virus misinformation, deletes President Trump post

Facebook, citing virus misinformation, deletes President Trump post

It's the first time the social media company has deleted a post by the president. Read more ...

Daisy Coleman, sexual assault survivor turned victim advocate, has died at 23

Daisy Coleman, sexual assault survivor turned victim advocate, has died at 23

Coleman's mother reported Daisy died by suicide Read more ...

Twitter temporarily restricted President Trump campaign's ability to tweet...

Twitter temporarily restricted President Trump campaign's ability to tweet over false COVID-19 claims

Twitter said on Wednesday it had restricted President Donald Trump's campaign from tweeting after its account shared a video containing false claims about the coronavirus. Read more ...

NYC announces COVID-19 checkpoint plan

NYC announces COVID-19 checkpoint plan

Travelers coming to New York City from 35 states and territories on New York state's COVID-19 quarantine list may be met at bridges and train stations and told to fill out... Read more ...

Chicago public schools will start the school year all virtual

Chicago public schools will start the school year all virtual

Chicago Public Schools, the nation's third-largest school system, will start the coming school year with fully remote learning for all students. Read more ...

'Who's the Boss?' gets reboot with Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano

'Who's the Boss?' gets reboot with Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano

A brand new life is ahead for the vintage sitcom "Who's the Boss?” and its devoted fans. Read more ...

Biden will not travel to Milwaukee to accept his Democratic presidential...

Biden will not travel to Milwaukee to accept his Democratic presidential nomination

Former Vice President Joe Biden will no longer be traveling to Milwaukee to formally accept his Democratic presidential nomination. The Democratic National Convention Committee... Read more ...

NCAA says athletes must be given opt out option, hands call on fall...

NCAA says athletes must be given opt out option, hands call on fall championships to each division

The NCAA Board of Directors said schools must honor an athlete's scholarship if the athlete opts out of the coming season because of concerns about COVID-19. Read more ...

Cruise industry extends sailing suspension from US ports through October

Cruise industry extends sailing suspension from US ports through October

The Cruise Lines International Association announced they are extending the suspension of cruise operations until at least November. Read more ...

Neil Young sues Trump campaign, deriding use of famous tunes

Neil Young sues Trump campaign, deriding use of famous tunes

The legendary singer cited repeated use of two songs: "Rockin' in the Free World" and "Devil's Sidewalk." Read more ...