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Warriors’ Andrew Wiggins vacations with girlfriend after NBA title win

Andrew Wiggins’ victory lap with girlfriend Mychal Johnson continues. The Warriors forward, 27, recently jetted off to the Maldives with Johnson after winning his first NBA title with Golden State earlier this month. In a post shared Tuesday on Instagram, Johnson gave her followers a peek at the trip so far, which featured her lounging on a hammock in a cutout swimsuit. The collage of photos also included a selfie of the couple that featured Wiggins putting his arm around Johnson, who is a former Notre Dame basketball player and a 2018 NCAA champion. Wiggins later commented on Johnson’s post with the...
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Interesting Punishment Suggested For Deshaun Watson Situation

The Cleveland Browns await a ruling on potential discipline for Deshaun Watson. His hearing continues to unfold this week as an independent judge determines whether to punish the quarterback for violating the NFL's personal-conduct policy amid multiple allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment. While the league is pushing for...
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Dallas police investigating shooting that left 21-year-old man dead

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) -- Dallas police are investigating after a man was shot and killed Wednesday night.At approximately 11:25 p.m. June 29, police were called to Methodist Dallas Medical Center after 21-year-old Lorenzo Demarcus Perez was dropped off with a gunshot wound.Officials said Perez was dropped off by unknown males and died a short time later due to his injuries.The motive behind the shooting is unknown at this time and this remains an ongoing investigation.Anyone with information on this investigation is asked to contact Detective Christopher Walton at 214-671-3632 or christopher.walton@dallascityhall.com.
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Supreme Court takes up new bombshell elections case

The United States Supreme Court announced on Thursday that it will consider a case that could dramatically change how federal elections are conducted by reviewing the “independent state legislature” theory, which would give state legislatures the authority to set rules for federal elections even if those rules violated state constitutions or helped facilitate partisan gerrymandering.
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NJ man busted with 30 pounds of cocaine hidden in wheelchair

A New Jersey man was caught at an airport with more than 30 pounds of cocaine stashed away in his electric wheelchair, authorities said. Gabriel Ruiz, 34, of Union City, was nabbed on June 20 at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, where he was returning from a trip to the Dominican Republic, according to US Customs and Border Protection officials.
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House Republicans demand answers from Biden admin over grants 'to promote atheism worldwide'

FIRST ON FOX: Several House Republicans are demanding answers from the Biden administration regarding a grant program the Republicans say will "promote atheism worldwide." Republican Study Committee (RSC) chairman Jim Banks of Indiana led the letter with 14 of his GOP colleagues to President Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken regarding the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor’s (DRL) grant program promoting atheism and "humanism."
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'Grey's Anatomy' May Welcome Back Original Cast Member for Season 19

Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital may have one more doctor walking the halls when Grey's Anatomy returns for Season 19 this fall. After reprising her role as Dr. Addison Montgomery for a multiple-episode arc in Season 18, former series star Kate Walsh teased in a recent interview that "there's a possibility" she will return in the upcoming season, which is set to premiere on ABC on Thursday, Oct. 6.
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Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons Trailer Released

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has released a trailer for Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons, an animated feature film due out later this year. The film, which has no release date yet, features Jonathan Kent and Damian Wayne, teamed together against an invasion by Starro, in which the Justice League (including the pair's fathers) is under the alien's control. The movie also features appearances by The Flash, Martian Manhunter, and members of the Teen Titans, some of whom have not yet been seen since DC's animated movie universe reset its continuity following the events of Justice League Dark: Apokolips War in 2020.
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Pokemon Journeys Poster Hypes Ash's First Masters Tournament Battle

Pokemon's anime is now making its way through the Masters Tournament at least, and a new poster for Pokemon Journeys is hyping Ash Ketchum's first major battle in the quarterfinals! The newest iteration of the anime has seen Ash working his way up through the ranks of the world spanning World Coronation Series thus far, and he was able to battle his way into the top eight trainers of the world. The previous episode of the series airing in Japan officially kicked off this final tournament of champions, and Ash's debut will be happening within the next few episodes.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted that filibuster reform was necessary to pass legislation — or that Congress needs to "do away with the whole thing."

What happened: Progressives are calling for action in response to the Supreme Court's ruling curtailing the EPA's power to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions, a blow to the Biden administration's efforts to fight climate change. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) tweeted that a filibuster carveout to pass legislation "would not be enough" and...
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As the Supreme Court faces civil unrest, Ketanji Brown Jackson makes history as its first Black woman justice

Ketanji Brown Jackson is set to become the first Black woman justice in the history of the U.S. Supreme Court. Just after 12 p.m. eastern time, Jackson will be sworn in as the court’s 116th justice, minutes after justice Stephen Breyer retires. And when that happens, she will join the bench of a court in the eye of a storm. In recent weeks, a flurry of end-of-term verdicts handed down from the highest court in the land have become a national flashpoint, galvanizing protests across the country over the loss of reproductive rights, the striking down of gun control law, and the ever-blurrier line separating church and state.
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