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Spanish tenor Placido Domingo gestures during an interview with the Associated Press in Naples, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2020. Opera legend Placido Domingo denied ever abusing his power during his management tenure at two U.S. opera houses, as he embarks on a full-throttle campaign to clear his name after two investigations found credible accusations he had engaged with "inappropriate conduct" with multiple women over a period of decades. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca)

Opera’s Placido Domingo denies abusing power, seeks to clear name

- Associated Press

dafabet手机版平台Opera legend Placido Domingo denied ever abusing his power during his management tenure at two U.S. opera houses in an interview with The Associated Press on Sunday, as he embarks on a full-throttle campaign to clear his name after two investigations found credible accusations he had engaged in ”inappropriate conduct” with multiple women over a period of decades.

Singer and actress Cher stops to talk to media in Provincetown, Mass. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

Cher’s attempt to volunteer at post office ignites outcries

- The Washington Times

dafabet手机版平台Music icon Cher has spent several days on social media, citing President Trump’s refusal to provide $25 billion in aid for the troubled U.S. Postal Service. On Wednesday, the pop star revealed on Twitter that she volunteered to work at her local post office in Malibu, California. She was rejected.

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Car owner David Letterman celebrates after his driver, Takuma Sato, of Japan, won the Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2020. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

Sato, Rahal give Rahal Letterman Lanigan banner Indy 500

- Associated Press

The long, white beard cascading out from David Letterman's mask as he climbed onto the new-look winner's podium at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was evidence of just how long it's been since the longtime “Late Show" host joined team co-owner Bobby Rahal in celebrating an Indy 500 victory.

City naming sewage plant after John Oliver

Associated Press

A Connecticut town's officials are showing comedian John Oliver what they think about his expletive-filled rant about their city - they're naming the local sewage treatment plant after him.

This undated photo provided by law firm Haynes and Boone shows Buddy Clark, co-chairman for the firm's energy practice.   Shale companies were struggling before COVID hit, loading up on debt before prices came crashing down. Law firm Haynes and Boone counted nearly 500 bankruptcies among oil and gas companies since 2015, with 60 so far this year, and 18 filings in July alone.  Clark expects those bankruptcies will accelerate..(Haynes and Boone via AP)

Insider Q&A: More oil and gas bankruptcies coming

- Associated Press

dafabet手机版平台Bankruptcies in the U.S. oil patch are on the rise after the global pandemic decimated demand. But shale companies were struggling before COVID hit, loading up on debt before prices came crashing down.

Owner Ali Nervis displays books on race relations at his bookstore Friday, Aug. 21, 2020 in Phoenix. Black-owned bookstores across the U.S. have seen increased sales following the police killings of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, and store owners are now asking people who have read about Black history and culture to take action against the systems that have enabled racism. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Black-owned bookstores want action after influx in business

- Associated Press

A renewed focus on social justice in the wake of police killings of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd has seen sales soar at Black-owned bookstores around the country as customers seek out knowledge from their own communities.

In this 1952 photo, Charlotta Spears Bass, publisher of The California Eagle, a Black newspaper, sits in her Los Angeles office. The groundbreaking journalist and civil rights activist who ran in 1952 on the Progressive Party ticket is the subject of a new PBS/WNET "American Masters" short. (Courtesy of Los Angeles Public Library via AP)

Film shows trailblazing Black female editor, VP candidate

- Associated Press

Kamala Harris made history last week by becoming the first Black woman to be nominated to run for vice president on a major party’s ticket. But the first Black woman to run for vice president in the nation’s history was trailblazing newspaperwoman Charlotta Spears Bass.

'Hoax' book reveals extent of internal unease at Fox

- Associated Press

Brian Stelter knows critics accuse Fox News of bending the truth in order to maintain its staunch support of and closeness to President Donald Trump. As CNN media reporter and host of “Reliable Sources,” he's often one of them.

Virginia couple confront 'Pandemic Blues' with laughs, music

- Associated Press

dafabet手机版平台Weyers Cave resident Bart Balint received his stage four lymphoma diagnosis in May of 2019. For the next several months, he and his wife, Melanie, retreated into isolation, briefly reemerging last fall after he completed his first six chemotherapy treatments. Not long after, COVID-19 concerns escalated, and the pair resumed more stringent regulations for themselves.

Palestinian laborers cross illegally into Israel from the West Bank through an opening in a fence near the West Bank town of Hebron, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2020. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Illean)

The Latest: Iowa sees first death of child linked to virus

- Associated Press

IOWA CITY, Iowa - A young child died due to complications from coronavirus in June, the first confirmed death of a minor in Iowa during the pandemic, the state health department belatedly announced Sunday evening.

Meet the artist responsible for latest mural

- Associated Press

A new mural completed in downtown Lafayette this week combines the Acadiana artist’s creative ideas with the area’s charm to brighten the side of a Jefferson Street building.

Duo makes nutty coronavirus talk show, will go live nightly

- Associated Press

For more than 150 consecutive days, Muffin and Jamie Bernstein have used Facebook Live to broadcast a series of coronavirus awareness messages. Nightly, at 8:45 p.m., the Mid-City couple produces a self-styled talk show. They wisecrack while discussing the existential threat of coronavirus, criticizing the government’s response and sharing random news items that have caught their attention. The show lasts for 15 minutes.

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