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By in America on July 20, 2020
Andrew Cuomo faces impeachment threat as New York governor
August 5, 2021
Fellow Democrats are urging New York’s governor to quit or be forced out after a report into alleged harassment.
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Richard Trumka, head of powerful AFL-CIO labor federation, has died
August 5, 2021
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, the head of the most powerful labor organization in the country and a close ally of the Biden White House, has died. He was 72.
New York state impeachment investigation into Cuomo is 'nearing completion'
August 5, 2021
A wide-ranging New York state impeachment investigation into various allegations of misconduct against embattled Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo is close to concluding, according to a letter obtained by CNN.
Need housing and rental relief? Here's how to get started
August 5, 2021
After the federal eviction moratorium expired, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an extension until October 3 for high Covid-19 transmission areas. The Biden administration says those areas cover 90 percent of the country's renters.
Angry at the unvaccinated? Here's a better way
August 5, 2021
You're furious at what you see as the selfishness and ignorance and lack of civic responsibility of the people in your life who refuse to get the jab. You try to convince them by explaining how wrongheaded they are, hoping browbeating will break them. But here's a question, write Peter Bregman and Howard Jacobson: How's that strategy working for you? To actually be effective, try this instead.
Amazon is delaying its return to office until 2022
August 5, 2021
Amazon on Thursday pushed back its office return date until early next year amid a surge in Covid-19 cases from the Delta variant, making it one of the most significant delays yet in the tech industry.
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USA's Nevin Harrison wins gold in historic women's 200-meter canoe sprint
August 5, 2021
The 19-year-old takes home the U.S.' first canoe or kayak sprint medal since 1992.
Bill Gates says it was a "huge mistake" to spend time with Jeffrey Epstein
August 5, 2021
Gates also addressed his divorce from Melinda Gates, which was finalized this week.
At least 10 killed when van carrying migrants crashes in Texas
August 5, 2021
At least 30 people were traveling inside the van at the time of the accident, authorities said. The driver was among those killed.
DeSantis clashes with Biden as Florida faces mounting COVID surge
August 5, 2021
Schools are about to open in the state, and the governor says new COVID requirements are out of the question.
Watch Live: Biden signs bill honoring officers who protected Capitol
August 5, 2021
The Senate approved the bill Tuesday, sending it to Mr. Biden's desk.
Team USA men fail to advance in 4x100 relay
August 5, 2021
This marks the 10th time since 1995 that the men have botched a relay at a world championships or Olympics.
Katie Ledecky on historic run in 2020 Olympic Games
August 5, 2021
Olympic swimmer and gold medalist Katie Ledecky joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her historic run in Tokyo and why she's already planning for the next summer games.