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FDA must do more to regulate thousands of chemicals added to your food, petitioners say

The US Food and Drug Administration hasn't regulated the 10,000 chemicals added to your food, according to a petition filed Wednesday by groups representing pediatricians, the environment, public health, as well as food and consumer safety advocates.

Donald Trump slipped a fact-free conspiracy theory on Joe Biden into his stump speech

Speaking to a crowd of supporters in Pittsburgh on Tuesday night, President Donald Trump leveled a massive -- and totally unproven -- allegation against former Vice President Joe Biden.

Amazon says the $500 Peloton knock-off isn’t from Amazon after all

Amazon is distancing itself from the $499 stationary bike that the manufacturer said was "developed in collaboration with Amazon."

‘Schitt’s Creek’ actor François Arnaud shares that he identifies as bisexual

"Schitt's Creek" actor François Arnaud, who played Sebastien Raine on the series, is speaking out about his sexual identity.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at Supreme Court

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's body will lie in repose at the Supreme Court on today and tomorrow so that members of the public can pay their respects. Follow here for the latest.

Fauci testifies on coronavirus response

Dr. Anthony Fauci and other health experts are testifying before a Senate committee on Trump's coronavirus response. Follow here for the latest.

Latest on 2020 election and SCOTUS battle

As the US election draws near, the race between President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden heats up. Here's the latest news around campaigns, SCOTUS vacancy, voting, and more.

Trump to pay respects to Ginsburg at court

President Donald Trump will visit the Supreme Court on Thursday to pay respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the White House said.

The pilots changing the face of aviation

The pilots changing the face of aviation(CNN) — Captain Courtland Savage was boarding a United Express flight to Bentonville, Arkansas, and heading towards the cockpit when a passenger handed him bags to put in the overhead locker."I immediately felt angry, but I knew I couldn't be angry. I knew I had to just smile and say: 'Hey, I'm not the flight attendant, I'm the pilot' and then proceed to the cockpit to fly the plane.'"For Savage, who is Black, changing preconceptions about being a pilot is key to diversifying the aviation industry."Now, next time he gets on a flight, it might not be such a surprise to him that you can see a Black man in the cockpit."The image of a White, male pilot manning an airplane isn't just a stereotype, it remains the standard. In the United States 93.7% of professional pilots are White and 92.5% of professional pilots are male, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.Savage -- who said to friends and family in 2008..

Kerry Washington tricks fans with fake movie announcement

Kerry Washington surprised fans on Twitter by teasing a link to a 'Scandal' movie. The tweet actually linked to a page where fans can register to vote. HLN's Melissa Knowles has more.

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Gulf Coast braces for possible flooding, heavy winds and tornadoes as millions are under tropical storm warning

Millions of people across the South are bracing for a tropical storm that is threatening to dump heavy rain along the Gulf Coast.

Singapore slows the pace of reopening as Covid cases haven’t declined significantly

Singapore slows the pace of reopening as Covid cases haven't declined significantly

Five years before a vaccine can ‘hold the line’ against Covid variants, England’s medical chief says

Covid vaccinator, Petra Moinar, prepares syringes with the AstraZeneca vaccine before it is administered at Battersea Arts Centre on March 8, 2021 in London, England.Chris J Ratcliffe | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesLONDON — England's top medical officer has warned that the coming winter will continue to be difficult for the country's health system despite the country's successful coronavirus vaccination program. A further easing of lockdown restrictions in England was delayed this week due to a surge in cases of the delta variant first discovered in India. In a speech to the NHS Confederation Thursday, Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty said the current wave of Covid infections due to the delta variant would likely be followed by another surge in the winter. He said that Covid-19 "has not thrown its last surprise at us and there will be several more [variants] over the next period," according to Sky News. He added that it would likely take five years before there are..

‘I just had fun with it’: Bryson DeChambeau videobombs Brooks Koepka interview at U.S. Open

Heading into this week's U.S. Open, the on and off course shenanigans between Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau had dominated the headlines.

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