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CPS took their kids. Now, the agency says it found no evidence of abuse.


Posted: Wed-Jul-2020



More than a year after Texas child welfare authorities improperly took Melissa and Dillion Bright’s children and temporarily placed them in foster care, the agency has notified the family that it found no evidence of abuse.

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U.S. closes in on 3 million total coronavirus cases
Virus Outbreak Houston

The coronavirus pandemic is nearing a grim milestone in the U.S., with close to three million cases confirmed. Meanwhile, Canada's finance minister will give the country its first look at the government's finances since the start of the pandemic. Here's what's going on around the world on Wednesday.

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Rare gorillas in Nigeria captured on camera with babies
Nigeria Rare Gorillas

Conservationists have captured the first images of a group of rare Cross River gorillas with multiple babies in Nigeria's Mbe Mountains, proof that the subspecies once feared to be extinct is reproducing amid protection efforts.

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Australian snowboard world champion drowns in diving mishap
Alex Pullin

Two-time world snowboard champion and Winter Olympian Alex Pullin drowned Wednesday while spearfishing off Australia's Gold Coast.

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Russian watchdog seeks nearly $3B in damages over Arctic fuel spill in Siberia
Oil Spill at Ambarnaya River near Norlisk, Russia

Russia's environmental watchdog has asked a power subsidiary of Russian mining giant Norilsk Nickel to pay almost 148 billion roubles, or $3 billion, in damages over an Arctic fuel spill in Siberia in May.

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China dismisses U.S. invite to join nuclear talks along with Russia
CHINA-USA/ARMS

A senior Chinese arms control official called U.S. pressure to join nuclear arms talks with Russia an American ploy to avoid signing a new deal, and said China would gladly participate if the U.S. would agree to parity among all three nations.

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Nearly 60 dead as Japan battered by more heavy rain, floods
Japan Floods

Pounding rain that already caused deadly floods in southern Japan was moving northeast Wednesday, battering large areas of Japan's main island, swelling more rivers, triggering mudslides and destroying houses and roads.

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Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRAZIL

Jair Bolsonaro told CNN Brasil on Tuesday that he has tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Mary Kay Letourneau, teacher jailed for raping student, dead at 58
LETOURNEAU

Mary Kay Letourneau, who married her former sixth-grade student after she was convicted for raping him, has died.

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Aggressive seaweed smothers one of world's most remote reefs
Hawaii Destructive Seaweed

Researchers say a recently discovered species of seaweed is killing large patches of coral on once-pristine reefs and is rapidly spreading across one of the most remote and protected ocean environments on earth.

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UN-backed experts point to new war crimes in Syria conflict
APTOPIX Syria

Investigators commissioned by the UN's top human rights body say Syrian government forces and their Russian allies bombarded civilian sites in Idlib province indiscriminately, while rebels tortured and executed civilians in recent months, acts amounting to war crimes on both sides.

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Netherlands police arrest 6 after makeshift 'torture chamber' uncovered
Netherlands Torture Chamber

Dutch police arrested six men after discovering sea containers that had been converted into a makeshift prison and sound-proofed "torture chamber" complete with a dentist's chair, tools including pliers and scalpels and handcuffs, a high-ranking officer announced Tuesday.

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U.S. Supreme Court deals blow to Keystone XL pipeline project
Keystone XL

The Keystone XL pipeline — which the Alberta government has backed to the tune of billions as a crucial project to help get oilsands' crude to Gulf Coast refineries — has been handed another setback by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Australia's 2nd-largest city heads back into coronavirus lockdown
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AUSTRALIA-TOWERS

Lockdown measures were reimposed in Australia's second biggest city on Tuesday, confining Melbourne residents to their homes unless undertaking essential business for six weeks, as officials scramble to contain a coronavirus outbreak.

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Deutsche Bank fined $150M US for failing to monitor Jeffrey Epstein transactions
Jeffrey Epstein Associate

Deutsche Bank AG has agreed to pay $150 million US in penalties to settle charges by a New York state regulator that the bank had "significant" compliance failures in its relationship with late financier and registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

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TikTok to leave Hong Kong as security law raises worries
Hong Kong China

TikTok said Tuesday it will stop operations in Hong Kong, joining other social media companies in warily eyeing ramifications of a sweeping national security law that took effect last week.

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Texas, California among U.S. states reporting record new COVID-19 cases
Virus Outbreak Texas

Texas and California, the country's two most populous states, were among those recording a record number of new COVID-19 cases across the U.S. on Tuesday, while Florida faced an impending shortage of intensive care unit hospital beds.

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France's Rodin Museum sells bronzes to weather coronavirus crisis
Virus Outbreak France Rodin Museum Reopens

Unlike other museums thumped by the coronavirus pandemic, Paris' Rodin Museum might have an ace up its sleeve to help see it through the crisis: It can sell limited-edition versions of the French sculptor's masterpieces.

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Enormous monument to Confederate general removed in Richmond, Virginia
APTOPIX Racial Injustice Confederate Monuments

Work crews began taking down an enormous monument to Confederate general J.E.B. Stuart on Tuesday in Richmond, Virginia, as the Confederacy's former capital removes symbols of oppression in response to protests against police brutality and racism.

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Siberian temperatures hit June record, wildfires spread
RUSSIA-WILDFIRES/SIBERIA

Temperatures in Arctic Siberia soared to a record average for June amid a heat wave that is stoking some of the worst wildfires the region has ever known, European Union data shows.

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Russia opens criminal case against activist for failing to declare dual Canadian citizenship
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Russian investigators on Tuesday opened a criminal case against Pyotr Verzilov, an anti-Kremlin activist and associate of the Pussy Riot punk group, for having allegedly failed to declare his dual Canadian citizenship.

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Coronavirus Live Updates: Millions Of Australians Head Back Into Lockdown
Stay up to date as we cover the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its effects across the world. ... read more


Wedding Season Brings New Virus Outbreak In West Bank
Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh told a Cabinet meeting that 82% of cases in the West Bank were linked to weddings and funerals. ... read more


Jair Bolsonaro's Positive Test Will Only Escalate His Coronavirus Culture War
The virus he has sloughed off has killed more than 65,000 Brazilians. And even after he tested positive, Bolsonaro treated it as no big deal. ... read more


Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Tests Positive For Coronavirus
The far-right leader has spent months downplaying the severity of COVID-19 even as cases surge in Brazil. ... read more


Draconian Lockdowns Target Low-Income Immigrant Communities
Coronavirus outbreaks in Australia and Europe highlight how the shift from broad national restrictions to specific local lockdowns hits poor communities hardest. ... read more


TikTok To Leave Hong Kong As Security Law Raises Worries
Social media platforms and messaging apps are balking at the possibility of providing user data to Hong Kong authorities. ... read more


American Student Released After 486 Days In Egyptian Prison
Mohamed Amashah, 24, was arrested after standing alone in Cairo’s Tahrir Square with a sign that read: “Freedom for all the political prisoners.” ... read more


Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro Tested Again For Coronavirus
The Brazilian president said he was tested for COVID-19 after local media reported he had symptoms of the virus. ... read more


Meghan Markle On George Floyd's Killing: People Have Said 'Enough'
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also discussed Britain owning up to its colonial past. ... read more


COVID-19 Live Updates: States Still Struggle To Administer Coronavirus Tests
Stay up to date as we cover the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its effects across the world. ... read more


Britain’s First Pint In 15 Weeks Ends 'Long National Hibernation'
The reopening of pubs, restaurants, and other establishments marks the U.K’s biggest step toward normality since the coronavirus lockdown began in March. ... read more


Egypt Arrests Doctors, Silences Critics Over Virus Outbreak
At least 10 doctors and six journalists have been arrested since the virus first hit Egypt in February, according to rights groups. ... read more


Iran Confirms Damaged Nuclear Site Was Centrifuge Facility
Iranian officials had downplayed the fire, which could set back the country's development of advanced centrifuge models. ... read more


More Than 11 Million Coronavirus Cases Confirmed Worldwide
The latest grim milestone follows several record-setting days in the U.S. ... read more


Coronavirus Live Updates: Read The Latest Updates On The Pandemic
Stay up to date as we cover the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and its effects across the world. ... read more


Prince Andrew 'Bewildered' Over Claims He Hasn't Cooperated With Epstein Investigation
A U.S. attorney said she would "welcome" talks with the queen's son, the Duke of York, following the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell. ... read more


'Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution Of Our Times' Slogan Is Illegal, Government Says
The popular protest slogan connotes "separatism or subversion," the government said, amid fears that the new security law crushes free speech in Hong Kong. ... read more


Explosion And Fire Break Out At Iran Nuclear Enrichment Site
The Natanz nuclear site is one of the most-tightly guarded sites in all of Iran. ... read more


Unilever Rebrands Skin Whitening Cream, But Critics Cry Foul: 'Still A Whitening Cream'
Fair & Lovely — soon to be called Glow & Lovely — has long been criticized as racist for promoting light-colored skin as the standard of beauty in South Asia. ... read more


How Face Masks Became A Political Battleground In The U.S.
Donald Trump and other Republicans have long shunned the use of face masks to fight coronavirus. Now, with cases spiking, they’re slowly changing their tune. ... read more


Coronavirus: Belgrade protesters storm Serb parliament over curfew
Dozens are hurt as clashes erupt in Belgrade over restrictions imposed after a big rise in cases. ... read more


Forest fires kill at least six in Ukraine's Luhansk region
Firefighters and rescue workers rushed to tackle the blazes amid soaring winds and heat. ... read more


Parisian graffiti artist accused of rape and sexual assault
A group of 25 women file a complaint against the man, known for his tag "love runs the streets". ... read more


Six arrested after 'Dutch torture chambers' found
The suspects were located following the hack of a Europe-wide phone system. ... read more


Gérald Darmanin: Macron backs new interior minister accused of rape
Gérald Darmanin - appointed interior minister on Monday - is under investigation for alleged rape. ... read more


British soldier found dead in Estonia, Ministry of Defence confirms
Fusilier Sam Brownridge was serving as part of Nato's increased presence near the border with Russia. ... read more


Deutsche Bank faces $150m fine for Jeffrey Epstein ties
New York regulators cited "significant compliance failures" at the German bank. ... read more


Russian space official Safronov charged in treason probe
Former journalist Ivan Safronov is suspected of passing secrets to a Nato country but denies any guilt. ... read more


AC Milan 4-2 Juventus: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores as Milan beat Serie A leaders
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's penalty sparks a remarkable AC Milan comeback victory against title-chasing Juventus at the San Siro. ... read more


Russia cracks down on marmot hunt in plague scare
Bubonic plague cases in China and Mongolia give Russia's marmots respite from hunters. ... read more


Fernando Alonso to return to Formula 1 with Renault in 2021
Spanish two-time world champion Fernando Alonso is set to return to Formula 1 with Renault next year. ... read more


Siberian Arctic 'up to 10 degrees warmer' in June
The average temperature in the region reached a record high in some area, EU data shows. ... read more


Coronavirus: Spain's holiday islands shake off party image
After experiencing life without tourism, some want to change the way the Balearic islands work. ... read more


Russian ice cream in 'gay propaganda' row
The ice cream maker was accused of promoting homosexuality after using a rainbow on its packaging. ... read more


Coronavirus: How 'three musketeers' helped Georgia fight virus
Georgia has recorded fewer than 1,000 infections and only 15 deaths among its 3.7 million people. ... read more


Obituary: Ennio Morricone, the composer who changed the sound of cinema
The versatile Italian composer's film scores that were an integral part of the cinema experience. ... read more


Coronavirus: Where can I go on holiday? A guide to destinations
As people in England get the green light to go abroad again, here's a look at what's in store for travellers. ... read more


Coronavirus: Protesters and police clash outside Serbian parliament
Protesters gathered to voice anger against stricter lockdown measures that will come into force this weekend. ... read more


Pussy Riot: People have no choice, so Putin is popular
Opinion polls are worthless in Russia, says Nadya Tolokonnikova a founder of the protest group. ... read more


Vladimir Putin: How he has changed Russia forever
Russians are voting on constitutional changes that would mean he could stay in office until 2036. ... read more


In win for Trump, Supreme Court allows plan for religious limits to Obamacare contraceptive coverage
The ruling greatly expands the kinds of employers that can cite religious or moral objections in declining to include birth control in their health care plans. ... read more


Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over rule that strips visas from international students
“The effect — and perhaps even the goal — is to create as much chaos for universities and international students as possible,” the lawsuit said. ... read more


What leaving WHO could cost the U.S. — and countries around the world
Trump's decision puts WHO's polio vaccination program at risk just when doctors believed they were close to eradicating the disease for good, experts say. ... read more


What now for Prince Andrew? Royal faces scrutiny after Ghislaine Maxwell's arrest
"He's inextricably linked with this story, there is no exit strategy," PR guru Mark Borkowski said. ... read more


Trump, Biden campaign ads show up on white nationalist YouTube content
"YouTube promises this won’t happen, but here it is," said Heidi Beirich, co-author of a new report on the proliferation of white nationalist content online. ... read more


Nearly half the employees at an Arizona ICE detention center have tested positive for COVID-19
One guard has died. Two employees and 14 migrants say a staff shortage has left detainees in cells without access to showers, laundry and other necessities. ... read more


Chief Justice John Roberts briefly hospitalized last month for head injury after fall
Roberts, 65, spent the night in a hospital as a precaution, and doctors believe he got lightheaded because of dehydration, a court spokeswoman said. ... read more


Mary Kay Letourneau, teacher jailed for raping student she later married, dies
Letourneau gained infamy after her 1997 conviction for the rape of a former student, 12-year-old Vili Fualaau. ... read more


Video shows fatal restraint of Cornelius Fredericks, 16, in Michigan foster facility
Newly released video shows staff members holding the teen down after he threw a sandwich. He died two days later. ... read more


Florida teen attended church gathering, was given hydroxychloroquine before dying from COVID-19, report says
Carsyn Leigh Davis died from complications of COVID-19 on June 23, two days after her 17th birthday. ... read more


Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits, data shows
Under pressure from Congress and outside groups, the Trump administration this week disclosed the names of some loan recipients in the $659 billion Paycheck Protection Program. ... read more


Face shields are more comfortable than masks. Is it effective in preventing transmission?
Health care workers use face shields to protect against coronavirus droplets. How well do they work for average people? ... read more


Coronavirus catches up with Bolsonaro as Brazil's outbreak grows more deadly
"Our president is a popular man. He is showing that he isn't afraid to die," one Bolsonaro supporter said. ... read more


'Weaponized' Facebook fails to protect civil rights, audit says
Facebook hired the audit’s leader, former American Civil Liberties Union executive Laura Murphy, in May 2018 to assess its performance on vital social issues. ... read more


'The Capture' star Ron Perlman on feuding with Ted Cruz and 'political junkyism'
"I've been living in a glow of how easy it was for these guys to stumble into my little trap, which I've been trying to lay for lo these many years," the "Hellboy" actor said of his GOP foes. ... read more


'The Last of Us Part II' brings queer stories to a pandemic-ravaged dystopia
The big-budget video game features a lesbian protagonist and a prominent transgender character — but not everyone is applauding the LGBTQ representation. ... read more


'There's no one coming to the rescue:' Millions of Americans go hungry as the pandemic destroys lives
“There's going to be an enormous wave of people who are going to need our services. We alone can't create a strong enough safety net for the need that’s coming." ... read more


L.A. activists grapple with the legacy of the 1992 uprising on Asian-Black relations
The L.A. uprising, set off by the acquittals of police in the beating of Rodney King and the killing of a Black teenager by a Korean shop owner, divided the Asian American and Black communities. ... read more


Mississippi's capital city votes to remove statue of President Andrew Jackson
The mayor of Mississippi's largest city said the decision will help "divorce" its name from "the legacy of a brutal owner of enslaved people." ... read more


Phoenix protesters demand answers after police fatally shoot man parked in driveway
The FBI will conduct an independent civil rights investigation into the shooting, police said Tuesday. ... read more


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In win for Trump, Supreme Court allows plan for religious limits to Obamacare contraceptive coverage
The ruling greatly expands the kinds of employers that can cite religious or moral objections in declining to include birth control in their health care plans. ... read more


https://media4.s-nbcnews.com/i/newscms/2020_28/3395385/200708-mit-jm-0923_1e53bedf4428f11840aa7bded13fe640.jpg
Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over rule that strips visas from international students
“The effect — and perhaps even the goal — is to create as much chaos for universities and international students as possible,” the lawsuit said. ... read more


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What leaving WHO could cost the U.S. — and countries around the world
Trump's decision puts WHO's polio vaccination program at risk just when doctors believed they were close to eradicating the disease for good, experts say. ... read more


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What now for Prince Andrew? Royal faces scrutiny after Ghislaine Maxwell's arrest
"He's inextricably linked with this story, there is no exit strategy," PR guru Mark Borkowski said. ... read more


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Trump, Biden campaign ads show up on white nationalist YouTube content
"YouTube promises this won’t happen, but here it is," said Heidi Beirich, co-author of a new report on the proliferation of white nationalist content online. ... read more


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Nearly half the employees at an Arizona ICE detention center have tested positive for COVID-19
One guard has died. Two employees and 14 migrants say a staff shortage has left detainees in cells without access to showers, laundry and other necessities. ... read more


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Chief Justice John Roberts briefly hospitalized last month for head injury after fall
Roberts, 65, spent the night in a hospital as a precaution, and doctors believe he got lightheaded because of dehydration, a court spokeswoman said. ... read more


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Mary Kay Letourneau, teacher jailed for raping student she later married, dies
Letourneau gained infamy after her 1997 conviction for the rape of a former student, 12-year-old Vili Fualaau. ... read more


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Video shows fatal restraint of Cornelius Fredericks, 16, in Michigan foster facility
Newly released video shows staff members holding the teen down after he threw a sandwich. He died two days later. ... read more


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Florida teen attended church gathering, was given hydroxychloroquine before dying from COVID-19, report says
Carsyn Leigh Davis died from complications of COVID-19 on June 23, two days after her 17th birthday. ... read more


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Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits, data shows
Under pressure from Congress and outside groups, the Trump administration this week disclosed the names of some loan recipients in the $659 billion Paycheck Protection Program. ... read more


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Face shields are more comfortable than masks. Is it effective in preventing transmission?
Health care workers use face shields to protect against coronavirus droplets. How well do they work for average people? ... read more


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Coronavirus catches up with Bolsonaro as Brazil's outbreak grows more deadly
"Our president is a popular man. He is showing that he isn't afraid to die," one Bolsonaro supporter said. ... read more


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'Weaponized' Facebook fails to protect civil rights, audit says
Facebook hired the audit’s leader, former American Civil Liberties Union executive Laura Murphy, in May 2018 to assess its performance on vital social issues. ... read more


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'The Capture' star Ron Perlman on feuding with Ted Cruz and 'political junkyism'
"I've been living in a glow of how easy it was for these guys to stumble into my little trap, which I've been trying to lay for lo these many years," the "Hellboy" actor said of his GOP foes. ... read more


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'The Last of Us Part II' brings queer stories to a pandemic-ravaged dystopia
The big-budget video game features a lesbian protagonist and a prominent transgender character — but not everyone is applauding the LGBTQ representation. ... read more


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'There's no one coming to the rescue:' Millions of Americans go hungry as the pandemic destroys lives
“There's going to be an enormous wave of people who are going to need our services. We alone can't create a strong enough safety net for the need that’s coming." ... read more


https://media4.s-nbcnews.com/i/newscms/2020_28/3395204/200707-asian-black-relations-se-145p_55b32b5ec31dd9a20a9f274e0dcc6d06.jpg
L.A. activists grapple with the legacy of the 1992 uprising on Asian-Black relations
The L.A. uprising, set off by the acquittals of police in the beating of Rodney King and the killing of a Black teenager by a Korean shop owner, divided the Asian American and Black communities. ... read more


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Mississippi's capital city votes to remove statue of President Andrew Jackson
The mayor of Mississippi's largest city said the decision will help "divorce" its name from "the legacy of a brutal owner of enslaved people." ... read more


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Phoenix protesters demand answers after police fatally shoot man parked in driveway
The FBI will conduct an independent civil rights investigation into the shooting, police said Tuesday. ... read more


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