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- The Big Ten is rumored to be on the brink of cancelling its college football season.
- Lebanon's government has resigned after outrage over the explosion in Beirut. The blast was caused by the storage of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate contained near a port, a public safety issue that officials refused to address for years.
- The teen who shared the now-viral photo of crowding at her Georgia high school is getting threats from other students.
- L to the O-G: Jesse Armstrong hopes his show, Succession, can start filming season three before Christmas.
- A report says that QAnon has millions of members on Facebook.
- Even though 60% of residents of the small South Dakota town of Sturgis didn't want the annual motorcycle rally that draws hundreds of thousands from as far away as COVID hotspot Florida, the town held it anyway. And that's why there are these people watching Smashmouth while not wearing masks.
- A Brooklyn womanfell to her death while rock climbing in New Paltz, at the Mohonk Preserve.
- A safe-to-eat citrus flavoring got EPA approval to be used as a tick and mosquito-repellant.
- American men don't wear masks because they think it makes them look weak, but, FYI, Arnold Schwarzenegger stopped going to Gold's Gym because members weren't wearing masks.
- It's 2020 so of course some sea lice were found at a few New Jersey beaches.
- And I only care about the Cat Rapper now:
Extra, Extra: Crowded Georgia High School Whistleblower Now Getting Threats
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