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  1. Harvard University officials said Monday that school will invite 40 percent of undergraduates, including all first-year students, back to campus for the fall semester as the number of coronavirus cases continues to increase in most states. View the full article
  2. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley on Monday said it was "SAD" that Attorney General Bill Barr might wait until after Election Day to initiate prosecutions related to U.S. Attorney John Durham's ongoing probe into FBI misconduct. View the full article
  3. The Washington Post was roasted on social media for publishing an op-ed calling for a college partially named after George Washington to change its name because he “perpetrated racial terror” without ever acknowledging the opinion was printed in a newspaper named after ... well, George Washington. View the full article
  4. The Kansas City Chiefs have locked up their Super Bowl MVP quarterback for the foreseeable future. View the full article
  5. Try consuming at least half a bottle of water before putting on a mask and heading out. View the full article
  6. As a true American patriot, Charlie Daniels spoke and sang for the working men and women of America. View the full article
  7. A Chinese professor who has gained notoriety for being one of the few outspoken critics of President Xi Jinping and the Communist Party was taken from his home Monday on what his friends and family maintain are trumped-up charges. View the full article
  8. Fox News senior strategic analyst and retired Army Gen. Jack Keane told “America’s Newsroom" on Monday that the United States' move to send two aircraft carriers into the South China Sea sends the right message to “our partners and allies” and is “exactly the right thing for the United States military to be doing.” View the full article
  9. She remembered her late son, McCoy, with a touching post three months after he died. View the full article
  10. NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace responded to President Donald Trump's call for him to apologize for claiming a “noose” was left in his garage stall, urging fans to use "love" against hate, including "hate from the POTUS." View the full article
  11. An internal memo circulating among Biden campaign staff argues that President Trump’s attacks on former Vice President Joe Biden are only hurting his re-election chances and down-ballot Republican candidates who have “handcuffed themselves” to the president, Fox News has learned. View the full article
  12. President Trump shared his thoughts about the Washington Redskins and Cleveland Indians possibly changing their names in light of the protests following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man who was killed while in the custody of Minneapolis police last month. View the full article
  13. Showtime's Chicago-based drama The Chi veered sharply into the anti-cop narrative being pushed by the political left when a teenaged character disappears and her family and friends attack the police for ignoring the case. View the full article
  14. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany scolded reporters during Monday’s press briefing for failing to ask a single question about a violent weekend that saw an 8-year-old girl die as the nation saw a surge in gun violence. View the full article
  15. At least nine people were shot dead on Sunday during the Fourth of July weekend in Mayor Bill de Blasio's (D) New York City. View the full article
  16. BOOM: Mahomes Signs Richest Contract in NFL History... (Second column, 16th story, link) Related stories: Can Cam Newton Be Superman Again? Drudge Report Feed needs your support! Become a Patron View the full article
  17. "West Wing" star Bradley Whitford has done what few Hollywood or sports figures would: call out the National Basketball Association (NBA) for continuing to do business with China while they remain about the communist regime's campaign to crush those advocating for democracy in Hong Kong and their persecution of Uighur Muslims being held in concentration camps in Xinjiang. View the full article
  18. The term “unmasking” refers to the practice of political appointees obtaining the identities of American citizens referenced in intelligence surveillance of foreign nationals. Unmasking has a legitimate purpose, but in the final months of the Obama administration, his lieutenants were View the full article
  19. Detroit strip club linked to outbreak... (Second column, 24th story, link) Related stories: SOCIAL DISTANCING TURNS SOCIAL DRINKING IN LONDON... First-ever online Paris fashion week clicks off... Australia to shut state border as Melbourne infections surge... ISRAEL: Clubs, bars, cultural shows, gyms closing immediately... Egypt arrests doctors, silences critics over outbreak... Hollywood Struggles to Resume Shooting... AMERICA SICK MAP... WORLD SICK MAP... View the full article
  20. Chicago police had a suspect in custody Monday in the tragic fatal shooting of an innocent 7-year-old girl, killed visiting her grandmother, according to a report. View the full article
  21. President Donald Trump criticized the NFL's Washington Redskins and MLB's Cleveland Indians for considering changing their respective names amid growing pressure from the left, and even threw in a jab at Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). View the full article
  22. Liberals reserve tickets to NH rally to make venue look empty... (Second column, 6th story, link) Related stories: Trump Camp Vows to Protect Brazil Iconic Statue From Left Wing Mobs... How LINCOLN PROJECT got into his head... Base begins to crack? GOOGLE Trends data shows 'Sleepy Joe' name-calling isn't generating buzz... Biden Camp Sees 'Desperation' in Ever-Changing Attacks... Susan Rice's stock rises in VP race... UPDATE: Duckworth emerges as serious contender... View the full article
  23. Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz on Monday called out the media for failing to mention that Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama, and Sen. Bernie Sanders visited Mt. Rushmore. View the full article
  24. The Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe are seeing their supposed dedication to free speech put to the test in Hong Kong where new Chinese national security laws mean authorities can ask companies to delete users or their content as they see fit. View the full article
  25. The Navy updated its coronavirus restrictions after chaplains and a religious liberty law firm complained last week alleging that service members were being unlawfully prohibited from attending indoor religious services. View the full article