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Sheriff: Actress Naya Rivera Missing in SoCal Lake

Sheriff: Actress Naya Rivera Missing in SoCal Lake

NEWS | Jul 9
Authorities say former "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and being searched for at a Southern California lake.

Network: Shepard Smith Joins CNBC for Weeknight News Program

Network: Shepard Smith Joins CNBC for Weeknight News Program

ENTERTAINMENT | By David Bauder | Jul 9
Shepard Smith, who abruptly quit Fox News Channel last October amid the ascendancy of opinionated programming, will bring a nightly newscast to CNBC this fall.

Country Band Lady A Files Suit Against Singer with Same Name

Country Band Lady A Files Suit Against Singer with Same Name

ENTERTAINMENT | By Kristin M. Hall | Jul 9
Country group Lady A, which dropped the word "Antebellum," from their name because of the word's ties to slavery, has filed a lawsuit against a Black singer who has performed as Lady A for years.

How Many People Saw 'Hamilton'? For Now, that's a Secret

How Many People Saw 'Hamilton'? For Now, that's a Secret

ENTERTAINMENT | By David Bauder | Jul 9
Disney+'s streaming of "Hamilton" was surely the biggest event on television screens over the holiday weekend.

Kanye West Breaks with Trump, Claims 2020 Run is Not a Stunt

Kanye West Breaks with Trump, Claims 2020 Run is Not a Stunt

NEWS | Jul 9
Kanye West says he is no longer a Trump supporter.

'A Hot Mess': Americans Face Testing Delays As Virus Surges

'A Hot Mess': Americans Face Testing Delays As Virus Surges

TECHNOLOGY | By Christopher Weber and Acacia Coronado | Jul 9
Four months, 3 million confirmed infections and over 130,000 deaths into the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., Americans confronted with a resurgence of the scourge are facing long lines at testing sites.

Officer to Floyd: 'It Takes ... A Lot of Oxygen to Talk'

Officer to Floyd: 'It Takes ... A Lot of Oxygen to Talk'

NEWS | By Amy Fortliti | Jul 9
As George Floyd told Minneapolis police officers that he couldn't breathe more than 20 times in the moments before he died, the officer who pressed his knee against Floyd's neck dismissed his pleas.

With A Satirical Fictional Memoir, Jim Carrey Gets Real

With A Satirical Fictional Memoir, Jim Carrey Gets Real

ENTERTAINMENT | By Jake Coyle | Jul 9
Jim Carrey's new fictional memoir is not an easy book to label. With overtones of "Network," Carrey skewers celebrity, Hollywood, ego and himself.

Health Official: Trump Rally 'Likely' Source of Virus Surge

Health Official: Trump Rally 'Likely' Source of Virus Surge

TECHNOLOGY | By Sean Murphy | Jul 9
President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa in late June that drew thousands of participants and large protests "likely contributed" to a dramatic surge in new coronavirus cases.

Pentagon Leaders Face Grilling on Use of Military in Unrest

Pentagon Leaders Face Grilling on Use of Military in Unrest

BUSINESS | By Robert Burns and Lolita C. Baldor | Jul 9
The Pentagon's top leaders are going before Congress for the first time in months to face a long list of controversies, including their differences with President Donald Trump over the handling of protests.


News

Harvard, MIT Sue to Block ICE Rule on International Students

Harvard, MIT Sue to Block ICE Rule on International Students

NATIONAL | By Lisa Mascaro | Jul 9
Colleges and universities pushed back Wednesday against the Trump administration's decision to make international students leave the country if they plan on taking classes entirely online this fall.


Entertainment

AIDS Quilt Goes Virtual As New Pandemic Brings Back Memories

AIDS Quilt Goes Virtual As New Pandemic Brings Back Memories

NEWS | By John Ferrannini | Jul 9
The National AIDS Memorial grove has launched a virtual version of the AIDS Memorial Quilt to coincide with the 23rd International AIDS Conference being held July 6-10.


Business

Court: Some Employers Can Refuse to Offer Free Birth Control

Court: Some Employers Can Refuse to Offer Free Birth Control

LEGAL | By Jessica Gresko | Jul 9
The Supreme Court ruled broadly Wednesday in a way that could leave more than 70,000 women without free contraception and tens of thousands of people with no way to sue for job discrimination.


Technology

Virus Projects Renew Questions About UAE's Mass Surveillance

Virus Projects Renew Questions About UAE's Mass Surveillance

PERSONAL TECH | By Jon Gambrell | Jul 9
Efforts by the United Arab Emirates to fight the coronavirus have renewed questions about mass surveillance in this U.S.-allied federation of seven sheikhdoms.


Finance

2021 Health Plans Granted Leeway To Limit Consumers' Benefit From Drug Coupons

2021 Health Plans Granted Leeway To Limit Consumers' Benefit From Drug Coupons

HEALTH | By Michelle Andrews | Jul 7
The new rule permits employers and insurers not to apply drug company copayment assistance toward enrollees' deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums for any drug.


Style

Watch: The Bizarre and Beautiful From Paris Fashion Week

Watch: The Bizarre and Beautiful From Paris Fashion Week

FASHION | Jul 8
The world's top fashion houses have quickly reinvented themselves, creating short films to showcase their fall 20-21 collections. Here's a look at what Christian Dior, Hermès and Chanel have to offer.


Health/Fitness

Nurse Pleads, 'Please Tell Me My Life is Worth a LITTLE of Your Discomfort'

Nurse Pleads, 'Please Tell Me My Life is Worth a LITTLE of Your Discomfort'

NATIONAL | By Anna Almendrala | Jul 8
"If you come into the hospital and you're sick, I'm going to take care of you," says registered nurse Jewell Harris Jordan. "But damn, you would think you would want to try to protect the people that are trying to keep you safe."


Travel

China Threatens Visa Restrictions on US Officials Over Tibet

China Threatens Visa Restrictions on US Officials Over Tibet

Jul 8
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said the move would target "U.S. individuals with egregious conduct related to Tibet issues" but gave no specifics.