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Florida's governor is proposing a law that would protect drivers who kill or injure people if they're fleeing a 'mob,' following a spate of incidents of people driving through protest crowds
People have hit protesters with cars dozens of times since the US erupted with protests following the death of George Floyd in May.
Rookie Justin Herbert had no idea he was making his NFL debut until moments before kickoff and nearly beat the reigning champs
Rookie quarterback Justin Herbert was called into action on Sunday after a pregame injury to Tyrod Taylor, and nearly led the Chargers to a huge win.
European soccer clubs are capitalizing on the United States' disastrous handling of the coronavirus pandemic to poach America's best women's soccer players
Six of the US Women's National Team's 23 players — including Alex Morgan and Rose Lavelle — have taken their talents overseas in the past two months.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg once trash-talked a fellow Supreme Court justice after her clerks crushed him in fantasy baseball
"I know you are busy, but we expect more, even from the junior Justice," RBG wrote to Justice Alito after her clerks beat him in fantasy baseball.
A healthcare company in South Dakota that urges people to avoid social gatherings is hosting an indoor country concert
The event is being held two months after health officials said the state's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally led to 100 COVID-19 cases in eight states.
The Cowboys recovered an onside kick for the ages, the Chiefs pulled off another comeback, and the Arizona Cardinals are ready for their moment.
Megan Rapinoe sent a message of support to an Alabama soccer player who received hateful comments after kneeling during the national anthem
Megan Rapinoe was one of the first professional athletes to kneel in alongside then-49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick when he began kneeling in 2016.
Local police said it was "only by luck she wasn't seriously injured or killed." More than 250 people died taking selfies between 2011 and 2017.
Bill Belichick changed his mind and snuck a challenge flag off of the field before officials noticed, and Pete Carroll was livid
Bill Belichick threw the red flag, but a challenge wasn't called, even as Pete Carroll pleaded with officials. The case of the missing challenge flag.
Bryson DeChambeau was the only player who practiced under floodlights before the final round of the US Open, and it paid off with his career's biggest win
Bryson DeChambeau put in some extra practice on Saturday night at the U.S. Open, and dominated the field the next day.
Bryson DeChambeau continued his mission to break golf by dominating one of the most difficult challenges in the sport
Bryson DeChambeau laughed in the face of Winged Foot and won the U.S. Open by six strokes in a dominant performance.
Dallas Cowboys sneaky onside kick confuses Atlanta Falcons into game-losing calamity and completes incredible comeback
The Atlanta Falcons were caught sleeping on the biggest play of the game to blow a 20-0 lead to the Dallas Cowboys.
A Louisville judge ordered the federal courthouse to close as officials are expected to announce a decision in Breonna Taylor investigation
The courthouse is reportedly among several Louisville buildings federal officials requested closed to prepare for the "possibility of civil backlash."
A Muslim teen says she was disqualified from a volleyball match after a referee said her hijab violated the rules
Najah Aqeel, a freshman at Valor College Prep in Nashville, Tennessee, was told she was breaking a uniform rule because she was wearing a hijab.
7 of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court decisions and dissents that changed American history
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a champion of equality who paved the way for many Americans with her tireless commitment and dedication to justice.
Hundreds of 'Arizona Republicans for Biden' signs have been stolen and vandalized across the state where poll shows Trump and Biden neck and neck
The signs had been displayed over the summer by a political action committee called "Arizona Republicans Who Believe In Treating Others With Respect."
Portland protesters reportedly faced tear gas after the city's mayor banned the local police department from using it
Both the Portland Police Bureau and Mayor Ted Wheeler denied using tear gas against protesters after Wheeler's order to ban it.
A white racial justice activist in Indiana admits to pretending to be Black through 'deception and lies'
"I have used Blackness when it was not mine to use. I have asked for support and energy as a Black person," the activist wrote on their Facebook page.
Ad breaks in space: Estée Lauder's deal with NASA to promote skincare products on the International Space Station
Estée Lauder hopes to send up to 10 bottles of its popular "Advanced Night Repair" serum to the ISS at the end of this month.
A Vermont grocery store worker was fired after stopping a purse snatcher who stole from an elderly woman
Amir Shedyak, a grocery store employee, told local news that he was fired after trying to stop a purse snatcher during a shift in August.
Tens of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts traveled to the Lake of the Ozarks for a bike rally weeks after a similar event in Sturgis was linked to COVID-19 cases in 8 states
Lake Ozark Mayor Gerry Murawski said last week that he didn't expect motorcyclists to wear masks to Bikefest because "that's just the way they are."
A woman held a suspect at gunpoint after he fatally stabbed an 85-year-old Michigan man at a local grocery store
An unidentified woman who witnessed a man stab another in the head and neck at a grocery store held him at gunpoint until police arrived, local news reported.
The remarks came as Trump promised to nominate a woman to the Supreme Court to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday.
A makeup brand received a backlash for naming a liquid blush 'Dream Like Anne' after the Holocaust's Anne Frank
The Hong Kong-based company Woke Up Like This (WULT) launched a collection of liquid blushes that were named after "inspiring, famous women."
The firefighter died after going missing in the San Bernardino National Forest. Those at the party could face charges for the death, say investigators.
MAGA v BLM: Colby Covington got a congratulatory call from Donald Trump after finishing Tyron Woodley in the 5th round of a UFC fight
"He stands for everything I hate. He stands for evil. He stands for Black Lives Matter," Colby Covington said after defeating Tyron Woodley.
Hundreds of Wynn Resorts employees in Las Vegas have tested positive for coronavirus since its re-opening in June, the company says
Wynn Resorts said that the positivity rate has declined since the start of new safety programs, despite hundreds of positive cases amongst employees.
An elementary school teacher asked parents to wear clothes and avoid appearing with 'big joints' in the background of Zoom classes
"This is not a party. This is a school," Edith Pride, an elementary school teacher in Boca Raton, Florida, reminded parents.
Ginsburg's legal career was marked by a series of arguments advancing women's rights and gender equality.
From memes to suing the government, here's how social-media creators are reacting to the impending TikTok download ban
On Friday, the US Dept. of Commerce announced that it would ban TikTok and WeChat downloads in the United States on Sunday.
A former Texas police officer was charged with homicide for fatally shooting a woman while trying to aim at her dog
Ravinder Singh was charged by a grand jury for criminally negligent homicide and could spend up to 2 years in jail, local news reported.
Ginsburg was "a daughter of Brooklyn and the embodiment of all that it means to be New York tough," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement.
Students were ordered to vacate multiple buildings, including the school's art museum, library, Nassau Hall, and the Chapel.
Billionaire Chuck Feeney has finally given away his entire $8 billion fortune after making secret donations for decades
Irish-American businessman Chuck Feeney has been making secret donations to various foundations for decades.
'No one fought harder': Celebrities pay tribute after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, and more react to the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday.
The shooting occurred in the early hours of Saturday at a backyard party, according to Acting Rochester Police Chief Mark Simmons.
Thousands of migratory birds are 'falling out of the sky' in a mass die-off that could be linked to the West Coast wildfires
Witnesses say birds display unusual behavior before their deaths, including becoming lethargic or fearless when humans approached them.
'Women belong in all places where decisions are being made. It shouldn't be that women are the exception.' Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a pioneering figure in her 27 years on the Supreme Court. Here are 12 of her most memorable quotes
"Don't be distracted by emotions like anger, envy, resentment. These just zap energy and waste time."
A Massachusetts high school student went to the first day of classes even though he had tested positive for COVID-19 a day earlier. Now 30 people who came into contact with him are quarantined.
The mayor of Attleboro called the student's parents "reckless" for allowing him to go to school after he was notified about his positive test.
Women at an ICE facility in Georgia accused a doctor of performing unwanted hysterectomies on them. Lawyers say the problems run even deeper.
The Irwin County Detention Center in Georgia, which houses immigrants for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has come under scrutiny this week.
Joe Buck was surprised in the middle of 'Thursday Night Football' with the news that he was picked for the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Joe Buck was honored with the Pete Rozelle Award for his "longtime exceptional contributions to radio and television in professional football."
Harris, who was a fan favorite on the Netflix docuseries, was arrested on Thursday and charged with producing child pornography.
A hurricane-like storm in the Mediterranean is battering Greece, a rare phenomenon known as a 'Medicane'
Storm Ionas — a so-called Medicane — was battering parts of Greece with strong winds and rain Friday. Intense storms are unusual in the Mediterranean.
In a surreal scene, Josh Donaldson of the Twins was ejected after hitting home run when he rounded the bases and then antagonized the umpire by kicking dirt on home plate
"Josh, get the f--- out of here" home plate umpire Dan Bellino said to Josh Donaldson in response to his post-home run antics.