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Trump cancels Republican convention activities in Jacksonville - CNN
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that Republicans have scrapped plans to hold convention activities in Jacksonville, Florida.

Pompeo, in fiery speech, hammers China over international abuses - CNBC
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo slammed the Chinese government in a sweeping address Thursday, saying the United States will no longer tolerate Beijing's playbook to usurp global order.

MLB expands playoffs to 16-team format for shortened 2020 season, per reports - CBS Sports
More than half of MLB teams will make the 2020 postseason

Charlamagne Tha God says Biden should 'shut the eff up forever' after calling Trump 'first' racist POTUS - Fox News
"The Breakfast Club" radio host Charlamagne tha God blasted former Vice President Joe Biden for calling President Trump the "first" racist president to be elected.

Canadian court rules Canada-U.S. asylum deal unconstitutional - POLITICO
The Trudeau government has until Jan. 22 to determine how to proceed.

Damon Dash: If Kanye West is crazy, 'I'd like to lose my mind like that' - Fox News
Roc-A-Fella co-founder Damon Dash is coming to the defense of rapper Kanye West, who caused a stir this week with his public behavior.

Disney delays 'Mulan' indefinitely, Star Wars and Avatar movies pushed back a year - CNBC
Disney is making some major changes to its release calendar that include displacing "Mulan" from its Aug. 21 release and pushing back the debuts of future Star Wars and Avatar movies by a year.

What We Know About Taylor Swift's Surprise Album 'Folklore' - ET Canada
Swifties, prepare yourselves: Taylor Swift just announced that she's dropping a surprise new album called 'Folklore'. ET Canada has everything you need to kn...

Michael Cohen to be released from prison after judge sides with claims of retaliation - The Washington Post
Cohen is writing a tell-all book about President Trump.

US hits 4 million cases of COVID-19: A look at the major milestones and setbacks - USA TODAY
The U.S. remains the leading coronavirus-infected country with thousands of deaths and millions of rapidly increasing cases.

Justice Department watchdog to investigate federal use of force in Portland and Washington - CNN
The Justice Department's independent watchdog agency said Thursday that it will investigate the use of force by federal law enforcement officers in Portland, Oregon, and Washington, DC, where violent crackdowns on protesters have punctuated a summer that's be…

Amazon's Echo debuted 2 years after seeing another startup's tech - Business Insider - Business Insider
Ubi creator Leor Grebler told the WSJ he thought Amazon wanted to acquire his startup when he shared proprietary information with the company in 2013.

More than 4 million coronavirus cases reported, as US passes another grim milestone - WCVB Boston
In the past two weeks, the U.S. has recorded more than 915,000 new cases of coronavirus — that's more than the cases reported across the country for the whole month of June.

Jobless claims rise as cutoff of extra $600 benefit nears -
The viral pandemic's resurgence caused the number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits to rise last week for the first time in nearly four months, evidence of the deepening economic pain the outbreak is causing.

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