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Germany restarts soccer league after two-month coronavirus shutdown

The world’s first major soccer league restarts its season Saturday after a two-month coronavirus shutdown — without fans or even team handshakes. Germany’s professional Bundesliga...

Banks subpoenaed in probe of possible coronavirus loan fraud

Some big banks have received grand jury subpoenas as part of a federal investigation into possible fraud involving the $660 billion coronavirus emergency loan...

Giants’ DeAndre Baker turns himself in to police over armed robbery charges

DeAndre Baker turned himself into the Miramar (Florida) Police Department on Saturday morning. Now the justice system will grind away to determine whether the Giants...

Wuhan residents fear testing may cause new coronavirus outbreak

Residents of the Chinese city of Wuhan are worried that mass COVID-19 testing efforts may spark another outbreak of the deadly virus. Though the city...

Celebrity Culture Will Never Be The Same

In the weeks since social distancing began in earnest, there have been numerous articles written about how celebrities are basically losing it. Celebrity culture...

Conservative Columnist Imagines How WWII Would Have Gone If FDR Had Been ‘Trumpy’

Conservative columnist Max Boot imagined World War II taking a very different turn in his latest column for The Washington Post published Friday.Spoiler alert: Not...

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Vikings should do ‘right thing’ and sign Colin Kaepernick

Joe Lockhart saw up close what happened to Colin Kaepernick, how owners refused to sign the talented quarterback because it could hurt business. He...

Music Industry Declares June 2 As ‘Black Out Tuesday’ Amid Unrest

NEW YORK (AP) — The music industry is planning to turn off the music and hold a day to reflect and implement change in...

Spa chain snags $5.6 million in coronavirus relief

A cash-strapped airport spa chain snagged $5.6 million in federal coronavirus aid weeks after warning investors that its independent auditor had raised “substantial doubt”...

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