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The Trump Administration has deemed professional athletes essential workers in the United States — here's what that means for the return of sports
The provision allows professional athletes from foreign countries to enter the United States in order to compete in their respective sports.
A Colorado man went to the emergency room with COVID-19 symptoms. He didn't get tested, but was sent a $3,278 bill for his visit.
Timothy Regan, of Denver, Colorado, was billed $3,278 after he visited the a local ER with COVID-19 symptoms.
Arbery, a black man, was out jogging in Georgia, in February when he was shot dead. Three white men were charged with murder months later.
A pharmacist known as 'the Mask Man' has been charged with hoarding $200,000 worth of N95 masks and price-gouging customers
The DOJ said the pharmacist, 66-year-old Richard Schirripa, sold $2,690 of masks to an undercover officer and said he felt "like a drug dealer."
'Make Whites Great Again' and 'All Lives Matter' trended on Twitter in the furor following George Floyd's death
"Why is the man who killed George Floyd not in jail?" Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey asked, urging prosecutors to file criminal charges.
More than a third of Americans are showing clinical signs of anxiety or depression amid the coronavirus pandemic, Census Bureau finds
Anxiety and depression rates were highest among young adults, women, and poor people, the US Census Bureau found.
The police officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck has been involved in shootings and was the subject of 10 different complaints
The former Minneapolis police officer has been involved in deaths, three police shootings, and was the subject of 10 internal reviews.
Jon Steingard of Hawk Nelson said he'd felt doubts about his Christian faith since childhood, but they grew increasingly pronounced as an adult.
The NWSL will host a 'bubble' tournament in Utah, but some of the USWNT's biggest stars might not participate
The first game of the NWSL's 2020 Challenge Cup kicks off on June 27, and the opening and title games will be broadcast on CBS.
Larry Kramer, who pushed the world to respond to the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, has died of pneumonia at 84
Galvanized by the AIDS epidemic that swept the United States in the 1980s, Kramer founded the Gay Men's Health Crisis and ACT UP.
Most Minnesota law enforcement agencies ban the neck-pinning maneuver used against George Floyd — but it's still allowed in Minneapolis
George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died on Monday after being subdued for eight minutes by an officer who was seen on video kneeling on his neck.
The man who filmed his encounter with a woman in Central Park says her actions were 'definitely racist,' but he's asking people to stop making death threats against her
Christian Cooper told CNN that he thinks Amy Cooper's apology is sincere, and has asked people to stop making death threats toward her.
When 2 famous TikTok house members were arrested on drug charges, they were road-tripping across the US in a controversial mid-pandemic adventure
The pair was arrested in Giddings, Texas, but usually live rent-free in a mansion in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles.
While parents of suspected killer Peter Manfredonia are asking for him to turn himself in, some teens are making morbid fan pages for him.
Photos show thousands of protesters demanding justice in Minneapolis after police killed George Floyd
Thousands of people took to the streets of Minneapolis on Tuesday to demand justice for the police killing of unarmed black man George Floyd.
A new 'parking lot Karen' is going viral on TikTok for physically blocking someone's car from an open parking spot
A TikTok shows a "Karen" blocking TikTok user @savsoares and her friend from parking by leaning on their car as she directed another car to park.
The notes suggested that those not native to the US leave the country immediately.
The hit NBC sitcom is one of the most beloved TV shows of all time, but that doesn't mean it's perfect.
Teens are getting into their dream schools as colleges dip into their waitlists during the coronavirus pandemic
Experts say some students are reluctant to commit to schools, and a drop in enrollment could force schools to dive deep into their waitlists.
Homicides in Nashville have spiked 233% during the pandemic. Houston, New York, and other cities have reported sizeable increases, as well.
The boys, aged 12, 10, and 8, hoped for superpowers, but instead got fevers, tremors, and muscle pains from the spider's venom.
The man who filmed his racially charged encounter with a woman in Central Park says he is 'uncomfortable' that she has become a hate figure and lost her job
Amy Cooper caused outrage when she called the police on Christian Cooper after he asked her to put her dog on a leash.
Chrissy Teigen announced on Instagram that she's getting her 'boobs out' — after initially sharing with fans that she was getting surgery
"I'm getting my boobs out!" Teigen exclaimed in a post on Instagram. She said in March that she had breast augmentation over 10 years ago.
Videos captured a chaotic scene as people protesting the death of George Floyd clashed with police who deployed tear gas
What started as a peaceful protest escalated as some protesters threw rocks and officers in riot gear deployed tear gas and flash grenades.
New video appears to show police forcing George Floyd out of his car moments before an officer knelt on his neck for 8 minutes
George Floyd was pinned down by an officer on Monday, during which he became unresponsive and later died.
The white woman who called 911 after a black bird-watcher asked her to leash her dog has 'voluntarily surrendered' her pet to an animal rescue
When the man said, "You're not going to like what I'm going to do next," Amy Cooper said she mistook it for a threat. His plan was to record the encounter.
A timeline of X Æ A-Xii, Grimes and Elon Musk's new baby who's dominated headlines and already had a name change
In just a few weeks, the infant has stirred up online speculation, prompted investigations into California state law, and inspired memes.
As beaches and pools reopen for the summer, lifeguards must figure out how to stay safe and also save lives
Lifeguards at reopened pools and beaches will likely be wearing face masks, won't be able to perform traditional CPR, and will also be tasked with enforcing social distancing.
A Florida teacher convicted of multiple sex crimes involving students begged a judge for castration instead of prison time
Mark Lua, 32, pleaded guilty to the sex offenses last year. Last week, he was sentenced to 12 years in prison.
The youngest survivor of the El Paso Walmart shooting celebrated his 1st birthday with a socially distanced parade
Paul Anchondo was just months old when his parents were killed in an August 3, 2019 mass shooting in an El Paso, Texas, Walmart.
'I can't breathe': 4 Minneapolis police officers were fired following their involvement in a black man's death after a cop knelt on his neck for 8 minutes
A video shows a white police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota, kneeling on George Floyd's neck for nearly eight minutes.
A white woman who called the police on a black man telling her to put her dog on a leash says she's 'not a racist'
"I'm not a racist. I did not mean to harm that man in any way," Amy Cooper told CNN, after saying she wanted to "publicly apologize to everyone."
A woman died before her wedding, and the would-be videographer created a website to harass her grieving fiancé after refusing to give him a refund
"We hope you sob and cry all day for what would have been your wedding day," the company apparently posted on social media. "Sorry, not sorry."
The parents of a 23-year-old college student suspected of double murder are pleading for him to turn himself in
Police are conducting a multi-state manhunt in search of Peter Manfredonia, who authorities say killed Ted DeMers, 62, and Nicholas Eisele, 23.
2 prominent members of an LA TikTok house were arrested on drug charges during a cross-country quarantine trip
Bryce Hall, 20, and Jaden Hossler, 19, of the TikTok collective "Sway House" have been arrested on drug charges in Lee County, Texas.
I'm a member of the Navajo Nation, and my people are dying from the coronavirus. We're facing the virus head-on with limited access to healthcare and supplies.
Tyrone Whitehorse, of the Navajo Nation, writes that the coronavirus is wreaking havoc on his community.
Backyard chicken farming is exploding right now. But experts warn it could lead to outbreaks of diseases that kill millions of birds and potentially threaten humans.
"When people are insecure about their financial future, they go back to the agrarian part of life," one chicken hatchery owner said.
Here's the full list of people charged in the college admissions cheating scandal, and who has pleaded guilty so far
The parents include the actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, as well as executives at prominent public and private companies.
A model presumed dead in a passenger plane crash is being slut-shamed online by hardline conservatives in Pakistan
Zara Abid is one of 97 presumed dead in a Pakistan International Airlines crash. Her social media profiles have been flooded with damning comments.
'The craziest year I've ever seen': The inside story of an NBA season derailed by controversy, a tragic death, and a pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic that shut down the NBA was the final twist in an already dramatic season plagued by controversy and tragedy.
A New York woman who called the police and falsely claimed that there was an 'African-American man threatening her life' said her actions were 'unacceptable'
According to NBC News, the woman has been put on administrative leave by her employer as a result of the incident.
A woman in a video appears to call the police claiming there's an 'African American man threatening my life' — he apparently had asked her to put her dog on a leash
Police officers were called to Central Park in New York City over an argument that apparently centered on a dog being off-leash in a protected area.
Several high school students in Georgia tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a drive-through graduation parade
The Lovett School in Atlanta did not disclose how many students had tested positive for COVID-19, but described the number as "several."
A man is facing a $7,300 fine for wrestling with a bear at a Polish zoo and breaking COVID-19 rules by not wearing a face mask
The 23-year-old man is thought to have been drunk at the time.
Tom Brady ripped a huge hole in the back of his pants on national television after hitting miraculous golf shot
After getting mocked mercilessly, Tom Brady hit one of the best golf shots you'll ever see, but the celebration wouldn't last long.