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DC Sports Teams Raise Funds, Donate Meals to Workers Fighting Coronavirus


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 07:53:40 PM

Author: Mark Segraves

D.C. sports teams are part of the growing list of groups raising money and donating meals to workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. The foundation of Monumental Sports, which owns the Wizards, Mystics and Capitals, is making daily deliveries of hot meals to firehouses and coronavirus testing sites across D.C. The organization had raised $200,000 as of...

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Tropical Storm Fay Shutters Beaches as It Heads North


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 11:38:33 AM

Author: Karen Matthews and Michael Hill

Beaches closed in Delaware and rain lashed the New Jersey shore as fast-moving Tropical Storm Fay churned north on a path expected to soak the New York City region

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on July 10


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 04:03:07 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

Virginia saw a large jump in coronavirus cases, adding more than 900 diagnoses to the state’s database. Virginia’s new record is consistent with an upward trend: Counted on a seven-day average, the number of new infections is rising. Maryland is seeing a similar upward trend, but with less dramatic numbers. The District continues to be in a relative plateau of...

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Suspects in Killing of DC 11-Year-Old Had ‘Neighborhood Beefs;' Second Man Arrested


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 05:27:51 PM

Author: Cory Smith and Andrea Swalec

Men suspected in the fatal shooting of an 11-year-old boy in D.C. on July Fourth had what police called “neighborhood beefs” with each other and had been linked to previous shootings and homicides.  Court documents lay out how police were able to identify at least four men suspected in the death of Davon McNeal. Suspect Daryle Bond, 18, appeared in...

Read more: Suspects in Killing of DC 11-Year-Old Had ‘Neighborhood Beefs;' Second Man Arrested


Maryland Fines 4 Nursing Homes for Lack of Universal Testing


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 02:45:48 PM

Author: Associated Press

The state of Maryland has fined four nursing homes for failing to test all residents and staff for the coronavirus and

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Coronavirus Tracking: Charts, Maps and Interactive Data


Created: Fri, May 15 2020 08:36:49 PM

Author: Anisa Holmes

After hearing from many readers seeking a central hub for daily data updates on the coronavirus pandemic, News4 is sharing all our charts and graphs on one page. Below you’ll find the latest data and statistics on local COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, outbreaks, testing facilities and more in the D.C. area. Check back for updates. As of Friday, 148,748 cases of...

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The Latest: More Than 148,000 Coronavirus Cases Diagnosed in DC, Maryland, Virginia


Created: Tue, Mar 03 2020 04:10:04 PM

Author: Sophia Barnes and NBC Washington Staff

More than 148,000 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus and more than 5,500 people have died from the disease across the capital region of D.C., Maryland and Virginia, health officials say. As of Friday, 148,748 cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed. D.C. reported 10,743 cases, Maryland had 71,910 cases and Virginia had 66,095 confirmed cases. These numbers are reported by...

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Tropical Storm Fay to Soak Beaches, Bring Rain to DC, Areas East


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 10:45:07 AM

Author: Storm Team4

Tropical Storm Fay will pass over the Eastern Shore later Friday, bringing a high impact along the beaches and the Bay. Closer to D.C., the storm could bring some rain or storms in the Beltway and to the east. Local rainfall amounts of 2 inches or more are possible in parts of Prince George’s County and eastward to the Bay...

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DC Police Chief Resists Call to Resign, Compares Councilmember to Trump


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 11:53:02 AM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham is resisting calls for his resignation or firing and compared a critic on the D.C. Council to President Donald Trump. Outgoing Councilmember David Grosso says Newsham “needs to go” and on Wednesday sent a letter to Mayor Muriel Bowser saying the chief should be fired. Grosso said Newsham pushes an outdated, tough-on-crime approach and has not...

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on July 9


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 03:38:35 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

This story is no longer being updated. Go here for coronavirus updates on July 10, 2020. A troubling spike in coronavirus deaths in the D.C. area comes as a local school is put into the national conversation over reopening schools in the fall. Forty-eight people died from coronavirus in a single day across D.C., Maryland and Virginia, health officials said...

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DC Seeing Up to 7-Day Wait for COVID-19 Test Results Amid Increased Demand


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 09:17:56 PM

Author: Aimee Cho and NBC Washington Staff

If you get tested for the coronavirus at a public site in D.C., you now may have to wait as long as seven days to get your results. The estimated wait time in D.C. was three to five days. It’s now five to seven days, officials said Thursday.  The wait is now longer because more people are getting tested across...

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Maryland Mother Charged With Killing Baby; Body Has Not Been Found


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 07:48:38 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

A Montgomery County mother is charged with murder in the death of her 15-month-old daughter, police said Thursday. The child’s body still has not been found.  Kiearra Tolson, 23, was arrested and charged in the death of Blair Niles. County police say Tolson told investigators she starved her daughter for about three-and-a-half weeks then put the child’s body in a...

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Prince George's Still Among Top US Counties For COVID-19 Infections, But Metrics Are Improving


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 01:08:02 PM

Author: Anisa Holmes and Sophia Barnes

Prince George’s County remains among the top 50 U.S. counties for coronavirus infections, but County Executive Angela Alsobrooks said at a press conference Thursday that there are signs that metrics are improving. Although many have recovered, nearly 20,000 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the county since the beginning of the outbreak. Ten thousand people alone were diagnosed during...

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Community Activist Can't Get Care for COVID-19-Damaged Heart Due to Positive Tests


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 02:29:41 AM

Author: Tracee Wilkins

A community activist who tested positive for COVID-19 in early May needs surgery because of how the disease impacted his heart, but cracks in the health care system left him without the care he needs. Ron Weiss, 76, was symptom-free when he tested positive for the coronavirus but soon he felt the impact. The virus attacked his heart and Southern...

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14-Year-Old Arrested in DC Homicide


Created: Fri, Jul 10 2020 01:47:54 AM

Author: NBCWashington Staff

D.C. police arrested a 14-year-old suspect in connection to a homicide that took place in Southeast Saturday. The arrest was made Wednesday in connection to the killing of Antonio Gardiner of Oxon Hill, Maryland. The 14-year-old suspect was arrested on charges of first-degree murder. Gardiner, 36, was found shot Saturday night when police responded to a call for a shooting...

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DC Police Make Arrest in Shooting Death of 11-Year-Old Davon McNeal


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 09:16:29 PM

Author: NBCWashington Staff

D.C. police made an arrest in the fatal shooting of an 11-year-old boy July 4 in Southeast and are looking for four other suspects in the homicide case.  Police arrested 18-year-old Daryle Bond Thursday afternoon and charged him with first-degree murder while armed. Police also obtained arrest warrants for 19-year-old Carlo General, 25-year-old Marcel Gordon and 22-year-old Christian Wingfield. Police...

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Uncertain Future for School Child Care Programs


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 11:36:15 PM

Author: Scott MacFarlane, Rick Yarborough and Steve Jones

Uncertainty over the reopening of local schools has also jeopardized early morning child care programs for at least 36,000 local students. A News4 I-Team investigation finds privately run before-school and after-school programs are in limbo regionwide, because they operate inside public school buildings, none of which is guaranteed to be open five-days-a-week for the 2020-21 school year.   Public records obtained...

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Ousted NY Prosecutor Tells Panel Barr ‘Urged' Him to Resign


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 09:37:15 AM

Author: Lisa Mascaro

The ousted U.S. attorney leading investigations into President Donald Trump’s allies has told the House Judiciary Committee that Attorney General William Barr pressured him to resign

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Amazon Will Stop Selling Washington NFL Merchandise


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 01:07:02 AM

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Amazon will stop selling Washington NFL merchandise after the football team said it would undergo a review of its name, which is considered a racial slur. The Seattle-based online shopping giant informed sellers Wednesday morning that it would be pulling Washington’s merchandise from its online marketplace. Other major retailers, including Walmart, Target and Dick’s Sporting Goods, have also stopped selling...

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on July 8


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 03:29:11 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

This story is no longer being updated. Go here for the latest coronavirus updates on July 9, 2020. The U.S. has surpassed 3 million confirmed coronavirus diagnoses and the data shows that D.C., Maryland and Virginia aren’t exempt from a concerning upward trend in the number of confirmed new cases. Infections are trending upward in Maryland and Virginia. Washington, D.C.,...

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JMU Is Renaming Halls That Bear Names of Confederate Leaders


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 02:41:06 PM

Author: Associated Press

Virginia’s James Madison University is renaming three buildings that bear the names of Confederate leaders

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DC Seeing ‘Excess Deaths' Not Attributed to Coronavirus as Residents Avoid Hospitals


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 03:03:59 PM

Author: Andrea Swalec

D.C. health officials are examining the cause of what they call “excess deaths” not attributed to the coronavirus as residents avoid going to hospitals for care. Additionally, there are early signs that residents are being diagnosed with HIV at a later stage than usual.  Excess deaths in D.C. were 40% higher from January to May 2020 than they were in...

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Maryland Governor Outlines Plans for Election Process


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 12:49:51 AM

Author: Brian Witte

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is directing state election officials to conduct the November election with enhanced options for voting in response to the coronavirus pandemic

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Maryland Governor: Probably Time to Change DC NFL Team Name


Created: Thu, Jul 09 2020 12:03:23 AM

Author: Brian Witte

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday he believes the name of Washington’s professional football team “probably should be changed” though he supported the team’s name when he ran for governor in 2014. Hogan, a Republican, was asked on NBC’s “Today” show whether he thought the NFL team should change its name. “I think the time is probably right,” Hogan said....

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Man Vandalizes Virginia Coffee Shop After Refusing to Wear Mask


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 11:30:02 PM

Author: Drew Wilder

A Virginia community is showing support for a coffee shop after a man who refused to wear a mask vandalized the place. The man walked into Abyssinia Market and Coffee House in Old Town Alexandria Sunday morning right past a sign requiring customers wear a face mask. But he refused to wear one. Lily Damtew, who runs the shop, offered...

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2nd Teen Pleads Guilty in Deadly Frederick Fair Attack


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 11:15:54 PM

Author: Gina Cook

A 16-year-old boy pleaded guilty Wednesday to assaulting a man at the Great Frederick Fair last fall. John Weed died Sept. 21 after the teen and his 15-year-old brother punched him, without provocation, at the fair the previous day, prosecutors say. Weed was 59. The teen pleaded guilty to second-degree assault in Weed’s death. State prosecutors say the 16-year-old and...

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Fairfax County Schools Considers 3-Foot Distancing to Add More In-Person Days for Students


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 10:03:17 PM

Author: Aimee Cho

Fairfax County Public Schools says it is considering implementing 3 feet of social distancing between students in the fall, rather than 6 feet, as the school system faces mounting pressure to open full time. “Here, right in our neighborhood, the D.C area, Fairfax County, which is one of the most well-funded, I would call it an elite public school system...

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Child Care Crisis: More Families Depending on In-Home Providers


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 08:00:57 PM

Author: Meredith Royster and Susan Hogan

More than 5,000 Washington, D.C.-area child care centers remain closed, some of which will never reopen, according to a review of state records by the News4 I-Team. The industry is suffering a growing economic crisis fueled by COVID-19 safety restrictions, capacity reductions, uncertainty over schools reopening and mass layoffs of parents who typically require child care. Many families will be...

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Virginia Eliminates Huge Backlog of Untested Rape Kits


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 06:54:29 PM

Author: Denise Lavoie

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring says the state has eliminated a backlog of thousands of untested rape kits

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Monuments and Statues Are Falling. But What Comes Next?


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 08:57:03 AM

Author: Russell Contreras

Activists and towns are left wondering what to do with empty spaces that once honored historic figures tied to racism as statues and monuments fall

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DC Council Votes to Remove School Security Contract From MPD


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 12:38:31 PM

Author: Sophia Barnes and NBC Washington Staff

The D.C. Council passed an amendment to remove the contract for public school security from the Metropolitan Police Department. The move was blasted by the mayor as a “shell game.” The amendment grants D.C. Public Schools the authority to hire and contract security officers. It was introduced by Councilman David Grosso and passed in an 8 to 5 vote. D.C....

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Capital Bikeshare Brings Back E-Bikes


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 02:37:47 PM

Author: Sophia Barnes

Capital Bikeshare will once again offer electric bikes across the D.C. area – and you can even choose to lock them to public bike racks. The e-bikes offer pedal-assist technology that puts some extra power behind your legs. It costs an extra $1 to unlock one of the e-bikes, whether you have an annual membership or are spending $2 for...

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Search Underway for ‘Armed and Dangerous' Suspect Who Shot Teens, Man in Fairfax County


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 10:26:35 AM

Author: Sophia Barnes

Fairfax County Police are searching on Tuesday morning for a suspect accused of storming into an apartment building and shooting five people, including teenagers. The suspect shot the four teens and one man overnight Tuesday. The group included three teen girls. All four young people are age 14 to 19. The victims were in an apartment together in the 7900...

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Maryland Company Gets $1.6 Billion From US Government for COVID-19 Vaccine Development


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 12:52:14 AM

Author: Gina Cook

Novavax Inc., a biotechnology company based in Gaithersburg, Maryland, has received $1.6 billion from the federal government to develop, test and manufacture its COVID-19 vaccine candidate. Novavax received the award through the government program Operation Warp Speed, which aims to begin delivering millions of doses of a safe, effective vaccine for COVID-19 in 2021, the company said in a news...

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Loudoun County Board Votes to Remove Confederate Statue


Created: Wed, Jul 08 2020 02:59:33 AM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday night to remove a Confederate statue that has stood outside the Leesburg Courthouse for 112 years. The United Daughters of the Confederacy erected this statue in 1908. The board approved having it taken down no later than Sept. 7. People from around the county showed up for the virtual board meeting and...

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Some Storms Bubble Up in DC Area; Flood Warnings in Effect


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 09:53:44 AM

Author: Storm Team4 and NBC Washington Staff

Scattered showers and storms are popping up in the D.C. region after another hot day.  A flood warning is in effect for parts of Montgomery County until 1:30 a.m. and for parts of Prince George’s County through 7:30 a.m. Local law enforcement reported flooding in low-lying areas, the National Weather Service said. Go here to see all weather alerts. As...

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Maryland Governor Releasing Book on His Tenure, Politics


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 11:02:31 PM

Author: Brian Witte

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he is releasing a book later this month that was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic about national politics and his experience as governor

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Metro Train Derails in Maryland After Possibly Going Through Red Signal


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 03:49:01 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

A Metro train on the Red Line derailed outside the Silver Spring station Tuesday morning, forcing the suspension of train traffic in the area but not injuring any riders or workers, officials say. The train appears to have gone through a red signal right before it derailed, according to a preliminary investigation by the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission, the independent...

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At Least 120 Nursing Homes, 1,000 Deaths Removed From Public List of COVID Outbreaks


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 10:22:25 PM

Author: Jodie Fleischer, Rick Yarborough, Steve Jones and Jeff Piper

If Marylanders have to make a quick decision about where to place an aging loved one, the state health department website lists how assisted living and nursing homes have fared during the pandemic. More than 60% of Maryland’s COVID-19 deaths are linked to long-term care facilities. But the News4 I-Team found many of those deaths have vanished from the state’s...

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Some Child Care Centers Closed Due to COVID-19 May Not Reopen


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 09:22:18 PM

Author: Scott MacFarlane, Rick Yarborough and Steve Jones

More than 5,000 Washington, D.C.-area child care centers remain closed, some of which will never reopen, according to a review of state records by the News4 I-Team. The industry is suffering a growing economic crisis fueled by COVID-19 safety restrictions, capacity reductions, uncertainty over schools reopening and mass layoffs of parents who typically require child care. “If this continues, I...

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Deals During Coronavirus: Top Discounts From DC-Area Businesses


Created: Wed, Jul 01 2020 02:54:27 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

Numerous D.C.-area businesses are offering deals and discounts during the coronavirus pandemic. Pinching pennies during the economic slowdown? Putting your stimulus check toward a home upgrade? Or just want a deal on dinner? We’ve got you covered. Food HalfSmoke: This Shaw spot serving up classic D.C. sausages, alongside over-the-top milkshakes, loaded tots and more, will also offer discounts to Shaw...

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Man Arrested in Killings of Virginia Brothers


Created: Sun, Jul 05 2020 07:08:11 PM

Author: NBCWashington Staff

Two brothers were shot and killed in Spotsylvania County Saturday in what appears to be an incident of road rage, police say. The Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office said they received a call at 10:15 p.m. for a shooting that occurred in the area of Fox Run Drive. When they arrived they found two men dead in a car in the...

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Biden Wants US to Produce More of Its Own Pandemic Supplies


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 07:00:49 PM

Author: Will Weissert

Joe Biden is promising to shift production of medical equipment and other key pandemic-fighting products “back to U.S. soil,” creating jobs and bolstering a domestic supply chain he says has been exposed as inadequate and vulnerable by the coronavirus outbreak

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Richmond Removes Statue of Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 02:14:36 PM

Author: Steve Helber and Denise Lavoie

Work crews on Tuesday took down a monument to Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart, the third major statue to be cleared away in less than a week as the Confederacy’s former capital rushes to remove symbols of oppression in response to protests against police brutality and racism. As a crowd cheered, crews strapped the huge bronze equestrian statue in harnesses and...

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DC Council May Repeal, Replace Police Reforms Passed in Emergency Vote


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 05:38:52 PM

Author: NBC Washington Staff

Four weeks ago, the D.C. Council unanimously approved emergency police reform legislation amid historic calls for change on city streets. On Tuesday, the council is expected to repeal and replace the measures.  Policies would have gone into effect Tuesday to limit use of force by police, release body camera footage more quickly and limit the role of the police union...

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Walmart and Target Have Pulled Washington NFL Team Gear From Their Websites


Created: Mon, Jul 06 2020 05:57:04 PM

Author: NBC Sports Washington and NBC Washington Staff

First, it was Nike. Now, Walmart and Target are following suit: Users on those websites won't be able to find any Washington gear, because it has been pulled from their online stores.

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7,000-Square-Foot Breonna Taylor Mural Put in Maryland Park


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 12:14:43 PM

Author: Associated Press

A 7,000-square-foot mural honoring Breonna Taylor has been put in a Maryland park

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Wizards' Bradley Beal to Sit Out Season Due to Injury


Created: Tue, Jul 07 2020 04:17:39 PM

Author: Sophia Barnes

Wizards star Bradley Beal won’t participate when the NBA’s 2019-20 resumes in Orlando due because of an injury to his right rotator cuff. “This was a difficult decision and one that I did not take lightly as the leader of this team,” Beal said Tuesday in a statement. Beal won’t head down to Orlando with the rest of the team,...

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‘My Staff Will Not Wear Face Masks': Maryland Restaurant Owner's Fiery Facebook Post Sparks Uproar


Created: Mon, Jul 06 2020 09:46:01 PM

Author: Aimee Cho and Gina Cook

The owner of a restaurant in Gaithersburg, Maryland, wrote a controversial post on social media telling customers that he will not require servers to wear face masks. The since-deleted post on The Grille at Flower Hill’s Facebook page read in part: “Let me be very clear…my staff will not wear face masks while working here at the Grille. If that...

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Trump Sideswipes NASCAR, Wallace Over Flag and Noose


Created: Mon, Jul 06 2020 02:57:47 PM

Author: Jill Colvin and Jenna Fryer

President Donald Trump is taking a sideswipe at NASCAR for banning the Confederate flag

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