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Three Officers Charged in George Floyd's Death With Aiding Murder, Chauvin Now Faces 2nd-Degree Murder

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced aiding and abetting murder charges against former officers Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao in the death of George Floyd.
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Doctors Waiting to See Impact of Gatherings on COVID-19 Infections

Amidst a weekend of national unrest, doctors are hoping that people do not forget about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Joseph Chow, Medical Director of Western New York Immediate Care, speaks of the ramifications of protests on coronavirus rates.
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McDonald's to Close Its Company-Owned Dining Rooms Across Country Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

McDonald’s is closing all of its company-owned dining rooms across the United States, the company announced Monday. See the details of the new measures the chain is taking.
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Coronavirus Twitter Emoji Makes Its Debut

Coronavirus Twitter emoji makes its debut… The coronavirus pandemic has spawned a new Twitter hashtag emoji for #handwashing: a pair of hands being lathered up by bubbly pink soap and rinsed by off by blue drops of water.
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KFC Pulls ‘Finger-Lickin’ Good’ Slogan Amid Coronavirus Concerns

Kentucky Fried Chicken announced it would temporarily stuspend its “finger lickin’ good” slogan amid coronavirus concerns. The slogan has been a part of the company since 1956.
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Harvey Weinstein Sentenced to 23 Years in Prison for Rape, Sexual Assault

Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison for rape and sexual assault on Wednesday. Harvey Weinstein arrived at court in a wheelchair Wednesday to learn his prison sentence.
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How to Avoid Misinformation as Coronavirus Spreads

When a ‘crisis event’ like coronavirus explodes in the news, the public is more susceptible to believing misinformation online. University of Washington’s Jevin West spoke to 880’s Lynda Lopez about how to ensure the info you get is accurate.
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Listen: Kevin Harlan's Hilarious Call of Cat on Monday Night Football

It was a bad omen for the Giants as a black cat made its way to the field Monday night. In a strange scene during the Giants/Cowboys Monday Night Football matchup, the cat forced a two-minute delay near the end of the second quarter. At the time, the Giants had the ball and led the game 9-3. But...
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Antonio Brown Reportedly Files Grievances Against Patriots and Raiders

In a move that was seen as inevitable, NFL Network reports that free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown has filed grievances against both the Patriots and Raiders to recoup lost payments after he was released by the two teams in less than a month’s span to open this season. Technically the...
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Should We Really Be Afraid of Friday the 13th?

( WWJ ) - There are those among us who feel lucky on Friday the 13th — and others who take the day off, too terrified to risk venturing into public and tempting a piano to fall from the sky. So, who is right? An oft-cited British study published in 1993 proved that you’re more likely to be injured...
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