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Summer camps are requiring children get vaccinated amid measles fears

Each summer, as Lauren Rutkowski and her husband Joel await the arrival of energized, sun-kissed children for their seven-week camp, the couple surveys the canoes and paddleboards, the arts and crafts, the food menus — and every camper’s vaccination records. Measles outbreaks in the United States continue to grow, rising to 1,044 cases nationwide so…MORE

Women’s World Cup: Best moments from France 2019

Billed in advance as the biggest and best tournament yet, this year’s Women’s World Cup hasn’t disappointed. There have been goals — 13 of them in one game — controversies and wild celebrations — and that’s just on the pitch. Off it, fans have crowded city streets across France as the country embraces the World…MORE

India to overtake China as the world’s most populous country: UN

India is set to overtake China as the world’s most populous country in less than a decade, according to a new United Nations report. China and India currently account for about 37% of the entire global population of roughly 7.7 billion, with China currently home to about 1.4 billion people and India to 1.3 billion.…MORE

6 smoke grenades found in the luggage of a passenger at a New Jersey airport

Six smoke grenades were found in the carry-on bag of a passenger traveling to the Dominican Republic from a New Jersey airport on Sunday, the Transportation Security Administration said. The passenger’s bag was pulled from the conveyer belt at an X-ray checkpoint at Newark Liberty International Airport after a TSA officer flagged it for further…MORE

Trump’s 2020 bid begins by bashing Clinton

President Donald Trump revived the greatest political show on Earth on Tuesday night. Swimming in nostalgia, Trump played all the old hits. He bashed Hillary Clinton, jabbed the “fake news,” invoked fear over immigrants and marveled at the glory over his shock election win. He partied like it was 2016. Holding forth from the pounding…MORE

Jury to begin deliberations in trial of alleged Nxivm sex cult leader

Jurors are expected to begin deliberating Wednesday in the trial of Keith Raniere, the founder of the “Nxivm” self-help company that prosecutors say housed a secret sex cult made up of “slaves” and “masters.” Raniere, 58, faces seven counts, including racketeering, racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, forced labor conspiracy, sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and…MORE

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