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A judge has ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's attorney calls the ruling an "unprecedented win." (July 6)

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany defends President Donald Trump's tweet attack on NASCAR for banning the Confederate flag and his incorrect accusation of the sport's only Black driver, Bubba Wallace, for perpetrating “a hoax." (July 6)

Atlanta residents are upset at heavy police presence where a 8-year-old girl was killed during a shooting over the weekend. The burned-out Wendy's has become a flashpoint of unrest since two recent shooting deaths. (July 6)

Jeffrey Epstein's longtime confidante Ghislaine Maxwell has been transferred to New York City to face charges she recruited women and girls for him to sexually abuse. (July 6)

Dr. Anthony Fauci says the state of the coronavirus in the US right now is "not good." He said that cases have doubled in a week and a half as states and cities attempt to reopen their economies. (July 6)

Less than four months before the 2020 presidential election, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that states can require presidential electors to back their states' popular vote winner in the Electoral College. (July 6)

Las autoridades australianas se preparan para cerrar la frontera entre los dos estados más grandes del país, ya que la segunda ciudad, Melbourne, registró dos muertes y su mayor aumento diario de infecciones por coronavirus

A judge has ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil. A North Dakota oil advocate says he is shocked by ruling and expects it to be appealed. (July 6)

As retailers and others try to stay viable during the COVID-19 pandemic, they’re hoping steps like cleaning during store hours, offering hand sanitizer and other safety measures will bring back customers to what has become shopping's new normal. (July 6)

Spaghetti Western movie composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91; Broadway veteran Nick Cordero dies from virus complications; Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit hospital in Norfolk. (July 6)

Here's the latest for Monday, July 6th: Florida counts 200,000 coronavirus cases; Planes collide over lake in Idaho; Body of missing Ft. Hood soldier identified; Brush fire north of Los Angeles.

At least two people died in a plane crash Sunday over Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and as many as six other people may be missing, the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office said. Witnesses said they saw two planes collide above the water. (July 6)

Highlights of this day in history: John Lennon and Paul McCartney meet for first time; Baseball's first All-Star Game; Outbreak of the Biafran War; Painter Frida Kahlo born; Althea Gibson wins at Wimbledon; Singing cowboy Roy Rogers dies. (July 6)

The Georgia State Patrol says fireworks, rocks and graffiti have caused extensive damage to its headquarters in Atlanta. A spokesperson says public safety workers put out the fire early Sunday. Two employees were treated for smoke inhalation. (July 5)

Here's the latest for Sunday, July 5: Christopher Columbus statue toppled in Baltimore; India sees another record jump in coronavirus cases; Rio's Catholic church reopens for mass; baby Hawksbill turtles born on nearly empty Thailand beaches. (July 5)

Baltimore protesters pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the city's Inner Harbor Saturday night. Video captured by reporter Louis Krauss of The Baltimore Brew shows the moment the statue came down. (July 5)

Summer vacation and travel safety are currently on many people’s minds as the weather warms up. Cooped up vacation-going hopefuls are wondering if it’s safe to travel during the Covid-19 outbreak. But, could quarantine travel or staying at a summer vacation rental, like an Airbnb, during the…

Highlights of this day in history: Elvis Presley holds his first major recording session; Birth of the bikini; Enron's Kenneth Lay dies; Arthur Ashe wins at Wimbledon; Larry Doby follows Jackie Robinson; Baseball's Ted Williams dies. (July 5)