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Hair loss may be a coronavirus symptom, study finds

A recent survey identified dozens of potential long-term coronavirus symptoms that had previously been unreported, including hair loss. The study was conducted by a doctor at the Indiana University School of Medicine and the grassroots COVID-19 survivor group Survivor Corps using a Facebook poll. While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently identified only...
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'The Masked Singer' Fans Think They Know Who Is Hiding Behind The Sun, Popcorn, Snow Owls and Giraffe
Was that really LeAnne Rimes belting out Lizzo's "Cuz I Love You" on Wednesday night?
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Tyler Herro Forces You to Believe in Tyler Herro Almost As Much as Tyler Herro Believes in Tyler Herro
The Game 4 performance didn’t look aberrant or accidental.
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A wild bear broke into an Alaska zoo and killed an alpaca
Caesar - a 16-year-old alpaca - was killed over the weekend by a wild brown bear who had broken into a zoo in Anchorage, Alaska. The bear was later euthanized by wildlife officials.
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IPOs head for banner year on stock market’s strength
Companies that cater to the “new normal” of working and shopping from home are rushing to go public. 2020 could turn out to be the best year for the IPO market in two decades. Newly public companies have piggybacked on the broader stock market, which made a soaring recovery in spring and summer after COVID-19...
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'America's Got Talent' winner is spoken word poet Brandon Leake
The winner of the latest season of "America's Got Talent" is poet Brandon Leake.
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Woman hit by chair that flew off NYC roof sues 76ers co-owner after accident
"How [the chair] didn’t kill her is a miracle honestly," Sen's lawyer Benedict Morelli told The Post. "She is very damaged but she is not dead."
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America's at a breaking point. So is YG
Shaken by the death of his friend Nipsey Hussle, run-ins with the police and the Black Lives Matters protests, YG returns with his darkest album yet.
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By August, 1 in 5 Covid-19 cases was someone in their 20s
The median age of people diagnosed with coronavirus keeps getting lower. In May, the median age of confirmed cases was 46. By July, that number had dropped to 37.
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Why Is the Evel Knievel Estate Suing Disney? 'Toy Story 4' Character Is A Little Too Similar to the Legendary Stuntman
The lawsuit names the Canadian stuntman action figure character Duke Caboom, saying that it was based off of Knievel.
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Bruce Springsteen says he’s ‘pretty good’ at therapy
“The talking cure—it works. But you’ve got to commit yourself to a process," he said of seeing a therapist.
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Two Louisville Police Officers Shot Identified as Aubrey Gregory, Robinson Desroches Expected to Recover
One of the injured officers has already been treated and released, and the other officer is in stable condition, according to the Louisville Metro Police Department.
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Cuomo, Whitmer Attribute Coronavirus Deaths to Trump 'Political Self-Dealing,' Call for Congressional Investigation
Governors Andrew Cuomo and Gretchen Whitmer said the nation's health and economic security depend on holding the Trump administration accountable.
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Actually, Quibi Is Very Good
So good, in fact, I'm happily admitting it on the internet.
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'Are You Bonkers Or Just Cruel?' Anger at South Dakota Governor Over Social Distancing Hunting Video
"Less Covid, more hunting, that's the plan for the future," Governor Kristi Noem said in the video, which was captioned: "This is how we do social distancing in South Dakota."
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The strange case of the man who died after eating too much licorice
It's hard to exercise restraint when eating candy. For licorice lovers, indulging sparingly could actually be life saving.
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The adidas Superstar rocks new looks to celebrate 50 years
CNN Underscored partnered with adidas to create this content. When you make a purchase, CNN receives revenue. CNN news staff is not involved in the selections or product reviews. For more on what we do and how we do it, visit our About Us page.
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Xbox Series X Expandable Storage Will Cost Almost Half of the Console Itself
There's currently only one option for expandable storage on Microsoft's next-gen console.
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BLM Protesters Sing 'This is What Community Looks Like' During Peaceful Breonna Taylor Protest
Thousands gathered in New York City on Wednesday night, as protests took place across the U.S. following the afternoon's grand jury decision.
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Dutch Celebrities Face Backlash After Rejecting Efforts To Prevent COVID-19
With the hashtag #ikdoenietmeermee ("I no longer participate"), several musicians and influencers said on social media they were opting out of campaigns to promote social distancing and face masks.
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Sir David Attenborough on why his new film is a "witness statement" to climate change
The renowned wildlife filmmaker tells Anderson Cooper about the damages brought to the Earth by climate change, "A crime has been committed... And it so happens that I’m of such an age, that I was able to see it beginning." See the full interview, Sunday.
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Jets down to ‘whoever’s got a pulse’ with Jamison Crowder doubtful
The Jets have reached the looking-for-warm-bodies stage of their injury crisis, especially at wide receiver. As they prepare for Sunday’s game against the Colts, the Jets’ injury list is only growing longer. And it doesn’t appear that Sam Darnold will be getting any relief at receiver, with Denzel Mims (IR, hamstring) and Breshad Perriman (ankle)...
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Attenborough talks climate change on 60 Minutes
Legendary wildlife filmmaker David Attenborough tells Anderson Cooper the terrible things people have done throughout history pale in comparison to the damage brought to the Earth from climate change. See the full interview, Sunday.
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Wild Bear Breaks Into Zoo, Kills Alpaca
The bear was deemed to pose a "significant risk to public safety" by wildlife officials from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
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Olympic medalist Chloe Dygert in scary crash at cycling world championships
Chloe Dygert is a 10-time world cycling champion and 2016 Olympic silver medalist.        
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After six months apart and a week's quarantine, UCLA women finally practice together
After half a year without her players, UCLA women's basketball coach Cori Close welcomed some back to practice for group workouts.
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Gen Z Kids on TikTok Are Embracing the Swastika for 'Unity'
An idea for a group tattoo on TikTok amongst Zoomers has gone too far, with many young people, seemingly unintentionally, planning to get a symbol similar to the Wolfsangel, which was used by Nazis.
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Virginia Sen. Warner, GOP challenger Gade spar on health care, police reform in first debate
Daniel Gade, a political newcomer and Iraq War veteran, trails Sen. Mark R. Warner in recent polls.
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Quarantine ordered for 2,500 students at elite Swiss school
LAUSANNE, Switzerland — Swiss authorities ordered 2,500 students at an elite hospitality management school to quarantine themselves due to a coronavirus outbreak allegedly linked to off-campus partying, the latest back-to-school sign of higher education’s place in the pandemic. Authorities in Switzerland’s Vaud canton, or region, said all undergraduates at the Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne, or...
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FDA greenlights point-of-care coronavirus antibody test that uses blood samples
Since the onset of the pandemic, nearly 50 serology tests have been granted emergency use authorization.
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Protesters Leave Casket Full of Dirt Outside North Carolina Police Department
As protests spread around the country on Wednesday evening, a group in Asheville left a casket of dirt at the doors of the local police department.
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Purple Line construction workers will be packed up and ready to leave by mid-October, contractor says
The clock is running out on Maryland reaching a settlement to keep the light-rail contractor on the job amid cost disputes.
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‘Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion’ costume secrets revealed
Costume designer Mona May looks back at the cult classic's "fun, frisky" clothes.
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Video: Israel Adesanya and Paulo Costa verbally spar at UFC 253 press conference
Israel Adesanya and Paulo Costa are both confident that they'd have the edge if the fight went to the ground.        Related StoriesUFC 253 faceoff video: Israel Adesanya vs. Paulo Costa, Dominick Reyes vs. Jan BlachowiczUFC 253 'Embedded,' No. 3: Fun and games for Jan BlachowiczIsrael Adesanya calls media out for hypocrisy when addressing Colby Covington's comments 
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Trump niece files suit saying family cheated her of millions
President Donald Trump's niece has followed up her best selling tell-all book with a lawsuit alleging that Trump and two of his siblings cheated her out of tens of millions of dollars
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Republican voter registration surges in Florida, beating Democrats by 41 percent
In August, Republicans added a GOP record of about 58,000 new voters, or 41 percent more than new Democrats in Florida.
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Parents group wants Netflix investigated for child sexploitation
The Parents Television Council calls out Netflix for the controversial French film "Cuties" and the animated series "Big Mouth."
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Massive 'boots on the ground' search underway in Colorado for missing mom Suzanne Morphew
A grassroots search for missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew began Thursday with hundreds of people looking for the Mayville resident who went for a bike ride on Mother's Day and never returned. 
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Sen. Tester says ‘holy s–t, I thought we had better technology’ at hearing
Montana Democratic Sen. Jon Tester grew frustrated — and a bit profane — at a mostly virtual Senate committee hearing on Thursday after technical issues garbled his question. “Holy s–t, I thought we had better technology than this,” Tester told Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin at the Senate Banking Committee hearing. Mnuchin struggled to hear Tester’s...
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Jordan demands answers on whether FBI is investigating Hunter Biden allegations, in wake of Senate report
Republican Rep. Jim Jordan on Thursday demanded answers from FBI Director Christopher Wray on what investigative steps the bureau has taken related to Hunter Biden’s business dealings in the wake of a Senate GOP report released this week.
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Jennifer Lopez’s daughter Emme, 12, talks importance of prayer ahead of her religion-based children’s book release
Jennifer Lopez’s daughter Emme is now an author.
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Democrats in Pa. scramble to limit number of 'naked ballots'
Democrats are scrambling in Pennsylvania to reduce the number of mail-in ballots that could be rejected because voters fail to put them in the required “secrecy envelope.”
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Letters between Trump and Nixon reveal previously unknown relationship
Letters exchanged between President Trump and former President Richard Nixon in the 1980s and 1990s show a relationship between the two that is not previously known. The letters were shared with the Associated Press ahead of their debut as part of an exhibit at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum in Yorba Linda, Calif.,...
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NYC dining rooms are still closed. That's squeezing Olive Garden's best restaurant
Last year, the Times Square Olive Garden was the chain's best location. Not anymore.
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Milwaukee immigration attorney shot dead in dispute with cyclist
A beloved immigration attorney, Army veteran and father of two has been shot dead in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, when a traffic dispute with a bicyclist turned deadly, according to reports. Jason Cleereman, 54, was in the passenger seat as his wife, Evanjelina, was driving home Tuesday night when they encountered the cyclist, who was riding recklessly...
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Rewrite that list of debate topics, Chris Wallace. And put the climate crisis at No. 1.
When the wildfires are burning, we must have our candidates address how the planet is heating up — and dispense with topics of partisan pandering.
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Trump throws a tantrum about power transfer
Don't go away mad, or do. Just go away.
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Nebraska fast food manager sent to prison for stealing $30G from chain's owner
This is not how you become employee of the month.
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Feds could bring charges against cops involved in Breonna Taylor’s death
The FBI investigation into the shooting death of Breonna Taylor could lead to federal charges against the officers — after a Kentucky grand jury indicted only one Louisville cop on counts that were not related to her death, according to a media report. An FBI spokesperson told ABC News that they were still probing “all...
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