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FILE - This March 11, 2019 file photo shows Gabrielle Union at the "America's Got Talent" Season 14 Kickoff in Pasadena, Calif. An investigation of Gabrielle Union’s complaints of racism on the set of “America’s Got Talent” concluded that her allegations were unfounded, according to NBC and the show’s producers. The outside investigator also concluded that her claims had “no bearing” on the show’s decision to drop her as a judge, the network and production companies FremantleMedia and Syco said in a joint statement Wednesday. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP, File)
NBC, producers say 'America's Got Talent' cleared by probeNBC and the producers of “America's Got Talent” say an outside investigator has weighed in on Gabrielle Union's allegations about the show
The Associated Press5 hours ago
Authorities gather on Centennial Bridge after a shooting Wednesday, May 27, 2020, near Leavenworth, Kan. A Fort Leavenworth soldier is being credited with saving lives after he stopped a person who was randomly shooting on the bridge that connects Kansas and Missouri. (John Richmeier/Leavenworth Times via AP)
Police: Soldier saved lives by stopping shooter on bridge A Fort Leavenworth soldier is being credited with saving lives after he stopped a person who was randomly shooting on a bridge that connects Kansas and Missouri
The Associated Press6 hours ago
Protesters started marching toward the Minneapolis Police 3rd Precinct after gathering Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Four Minneapolis officers involved in the arrest of George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody, were fired Tuesday, hours after a bystander’s video showed an officer kneeling on the handcuffed man’s neck, even after he pleaded that he could not breathe and stopped moving. (Richard Tsong-Taatarii/Star Tribune via AP)
Victim in police encounter had started new life in MinnesotaA black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes was a former Texas high school football star who was carving out a living in his adopted state
The Associated Press6 hours ago
FILE - In this Jan. 19, 2019, file photo, political activist Laura Loomer holds uo a sign across the street from a rally organized by Women's March NYC after she barged onto the stage interrupting Women's March NYC director Agunda Okeyo who was speaking during a rally in New York. Loomer was escorted off the stage after the incident. A federal appeals court on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit that accused Twitter, Facebook and other tech giants of conspiring to stifle the political views of a far-right activist and a conservative nonprofit.   A three-judge panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that Loomer and Freedom Watch Inc. don’t have any viable claims that the companies violated their First Amendment free speech rights. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens, File)
Appeals court sides with tech giants in activists' lawsuitA federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit that accused Twitter, Facebook and other tech giants of conspiring to stifle the political views of a far-right activist and a conservative nonprofit
The Associated Press7 hours ago
FILE - In this Tuesday, May 5, 2020 file photo, an orange biohazard tag hangs from a body bag in an isolated refrigerated unit set aside for bodies infected with coronavirus at the Cook County morgue in Chicago. The best sources of data on deaths from any cause is death certificates. But there time lags from when a death occurs, when a doctor or medical examiner assigns a cause, and when death certificates are filed, sent to health officials, and checked and counted. In a minority of cases, autopsies are performed, which can cause even more of a delay. So generally speaking, the most complete death counts are about two weeks old. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
Experts say US coronavirus death count is flawed, but closeThe nation is hitting a tragic milestone this week of 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus, but is that number right
The Associated Press7 hours ago

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New 'Hunger Games' book sells more than 500,000 copies A decade after the “Hunger Games" series had apparently ended, readers were clearly ready for more
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Lawsuit: Ultra refuses refunds for canceled music festivalTwo men are suing organizers of Ultra Music Festival, claiming they were denied refunds after the three-day electronic dance music festival in Miami was canceled in March because of the coronavirus pandemic
The Associated Press4 hours ago
FILER - In this Aug. 1, 2017 file photo, Iain Armitage, left, a cast member in the CBS series "Young Sheldon," answers a question as executive producer/narrator Jim Parsons looks on during a panel discussion at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills, Calif. CBS has earned the distinction of television's most-watched network for the 12th season in a row, and for the 17th time in the last 18 years. "Young Sheldon' was the top comedy of the year. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)
CBS is TV's most-watched network for 12th year in a rowCBS has earned the distinction of television's most-watched network for the 12th season in a row, and for the 17th time in the last 18 years
The Associated Press6 hours ago
FILE - This March 9, 2020 file photo shows Jason Isbell, from left, Todd Snider, T.J. Osborne and Aaron Lee Tasjan performing at the To Nashville, With Love Benefit Concert in Nashville, Tenn. Isbell is king of the Americana genre, but he's ambitious for more. The new “Reunions” album reaches out sonically to people who might not normally listen to that type of music, but Isbell's well-crafted songs lie at the center of what he does. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP, File)
Summertime, and the living is uneasy for Jason IsbellMusician Jason Isbell had big plans for this summer, with a new album designed to appeal to a broader audience and a schedule that had him onstage from May to September
The Associated Press7 hours ago
FILE -This June 12, 2011 file photo shows Larry Kramer, left, and Daryl Roth embracing after they won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play for "The Normal Heart" during the 65th annual Tony Awards in New York. Kramer, the playwright whose angry voice and pen raised theatergoers’ consciousness about AIDS and roused thousands to militant protests in the early years of the epidemic, died Wednesday, May 27, 2020 in Manhattan of pneumonia. He was 84. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen, File)
Larry Kramer used voice, pen to raise consciousness on AIDSTime never softened the urgency of Larry Kramer’s demands
The Associated Press7 hours ago

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