- PoliticsYahoo Sports
Former college coach Tommy Tuberville’s status as favorite is directly tied to his campaign strategy of attaching himself to President Donald Trump, who has been vilifying opponent Jeff Sessions and promoting Tuberville with equal fervor.
- U.S.CBS News
The brutal heat wave baking the Southwest and lower Plains states is going to move east and north to engulf much of the nation this week.
- CelebrityAssociated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Glee” star Naya Rivera ’s 4-year-old son told investigators that his mother, whose body was found in a Southern California lake Monday, boosted him back on to the deck of their rented boat before he looked back and saw her disappearing under the water, authorities said. “She must have mustered enough energy to get her son back on the boat, but not enough to save herself,” Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub said at a news conference. The boy, Josey Hollis Dorsey, was found asleep and alone in a life vest on the drifting pontoon boat about three hours after they launched on Lake Piru northwest of Los Angeles, setting off a five-day search that ended with the discovery of the body of the 33-year-old floating near the surface early Monday, authorities said.
- U.S.Associated Press
A freshman Kansas congressman who had listed a UPS Inc. postal box as his residence on a state voter registration form was charged Tuesday with three felonies, including illegal voting. The charges against GOP Rep. Steve Watkins came three weeks before the state's Aug. 4 primary election with fellow Republicans pushing to oust him from the eastern Kansas seat he barely won in 2018, even though he's largely toed the conservative policy line and supported President Donald Trump. GOP critics already had worried that the months-long investigation into whether Watkins violated state election laws puts the 2nd District seat in play if he wins the primary.
- HealthBusiness Insider
A leading antibody expert says you can get coronaviruses again, so 'there's not much we can do until there's a vaccine'
"Is it possible to have durable, effective immunity? I think it is, but it's still an unanswered question that we need to prove," Fauci said.
- EntertainmentThe Wrap
For the first time in nearly 20 years, CBS will not have “Survivor” on its fall schedule.The competition show has been removed from the network’s Wednesday night line-up due to production delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the network announced on Tuesday. The next season of “The Amazing Race” will instead air in the 8 p.m. timeslot this fall, followed by the scripted dramas “SEAL Team” and “S.W.A.T.”Producers of the show “are continuing to work with officials in Fiji on the appropriate time to start production on its next edition, with health and safety matters the top priority for everyone involved,” the network said.Also Read: CBS Fall Schedule: Chuck Lorre's 'B Positive' to Air After 'Young Sheldon'The 41st season of “Survivor” was scheduled to being shooting on location in Fiji back in March but was delayed due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. At the time, the network set a tentative plan to begin filming in May “pending worldwide events.”“Survivor,” CBS’s longest-running reality series, has occupied the Wednesday night 8 p.m. timeslot every season since 2010. The most recent edition, “Winners at War,” which featured a cast made up entirely of previous winners, completed its run in May and averaged 7.94 million viewers an episode.The network has already renewed the show through Season 42, which was scheduled to air in 2021.Read original story ‘Survivor’ Removed From CBS’ Fall Schedule Following Production Delays At TheWrap
- U.S.NBC News
Mayor G.T. Bynum on 1921 slaughter of Black residents: "It should not have taken 99 years for us to be doing this investigation."