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A man was forcibly carried out of an Arizona grocery store after he screamed profanities at an employee over face mask requirements

Joanne Millar store manger of Joules in Belfast places a sign in the shop window advising customers that face masks must be worn at all times as face coverings are now compulsory for shoppers.
Joanne Millar store manger of Joules in Belfast places a sign in the shop window advising customers that face masks must be worn at all times as face coverings are now compulsory for shoppers.

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  • An Arizona man was forcibly carried out of a grocery store after the man shouted profanities at an employee, the news website AZCentral reported. 

  • The dispute was over a face mask requirement. 

  • “These people won’t learn,” the man yells at a Sprout’s worker in the video. “You are a bunch of idiots wearing masks. You know it’s not real.” 

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An Arizona man was forcibly carried out of a Sprouts grocery store after the man shouted profanities at an employee following a dispute about face-mask wearing a mask, AZCentral reported.

The encounter occurred on Saturday and a video of the incident went viral on Twitter.

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Here’s what to know in South Florida on August 11

We’re keeping track of the latest news regarding the coronavirus in South Florida and around the state. Check back for updates throughout the day.

ACC (Miami, FSU) and SEC (UF) forging ahead despite no football for Big Ten and Pac-12

6:30 p.m.: The Big Ten and Pac-12 announced Tuesday afternoon they will not play football — or any sports — this fall.

The Atlantic Coast Conference, however, is full throttle for now.

At least that’s what Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is hoping.

A couple hours before the monumental announcements from Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren and Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott, DeSantis held a new conference Tuesday at Florida State — and made it emphatically clear, along with FSU president John Thrasher, that they want ACC football to be played this fall.

Read the full story here.

Trump’s new unemployment plan ‘not an option,’ DeSantis says, as he looks for

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Michigan Adds Nearly 800 New Coronavirus Cases Tuesday

MICHIGAN — More than 88,000 cases of the coronavirus have been reported in Michigan, according to the most recent data provided by the state’s health officials.

The state added 796 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, bringing Michigan’s total coronavirus cases load to 88,756. Michigan health officials also reported that seven more people have died due to the respiratory illness, bringing the state’s coronavirus death toll to 6,264.

The state reported 557 new cases on Monday, adding eight more deaths.

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Tuesday’s numbers update comes as schools around Michigan continue to make decisions on how they will return in the fall.

Monday night, Dearborn schools voted to return all virtually, until at least until the first week of October.

The board will reevaluate conditions in September

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The Politics of Being Cardi B

Photo credit: Steven Klein
Photo credit: Steven Klein

From ELLE

Photo credit: Steven Klein
Photo credit: Steven Klein

It feels like a lifetime ago, given the breakneck pace of the news and the steady erosion of our political system, but it has only been a year since rap lightning rod Cardi B sat down with Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders in a Detroit nail salon in the summer of 2019. The polymathic force—former stripper/onetime reality star/raptress/ wife/mother/hellion—converted the salon into a backdrop for an earnest conversation around the most urgent issues facing Americans today: job creation, police brutality, a livable minimum wage, and workers’ rights. The scene was full of obvious asymmetry—Cardi’s glamour-puss persona played irreverently off Sanders’s mensch—but in many ways, it was just two New Yorkers talking about the issues of the day, with all the camaraderie of the politicking found at any Dominican bodega that dots Cardi’s native South Bronx neighborhood.

This wasn’t the

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I’m a COVID ‘Long-Hauler.’ Here’s What it’s Like When Symptoms Last for Months.

Photo credit: Margot Gage Witvliet
Photo credit: Margot Gage Witvliet

From Men’s Health

Imagine being young and healthy, a nonsmoker with no preexisting health conditions, and then waking up one morning feeling like you were being suffocated by an unseen force. Back in March, this was my reality.

I had just returned from Europe, and roughly 10 days later started having flu-like symptoms. I became weak overnight and had trouble breathing. It felt like jogging in the Rocky Mountains without being in condition, only I wasn’t moving. I went to the hospital, where I was tested for COVID-19.

I was one of the first people in Texas given a non-FDA-approved test. My results came back negative. As a social epidemiologist who deals with big data, I was certain it was a false negative.

More than four months later, the symptoms have not gone away. My heart still races even though I am resting. I cannot

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Stuntman Engulfs Himself in Flames to Pop the Question to Girlfriend: ‘The Perfect Proposal’

Stuntman Proposes to Girlfriend While on Fire

This is a moment to remember

Riky Ash asked his sweetheart to marry him as he was covered in flames spreading up his back and legs.

Nurse Katrina Dobson, 48, was left speechless by the stunt, but eventually regained her composure and said yes.

Dobson knew her beau would be set alight, but thought she was just taking part in a photo shoot, and had no idea he would propose.

She was told it was for a piece about a National Health Service nurse finding love, and even turned up in her scrubs.

“He sold it to me as a story on something that would make people smile,” said Dobson, who works in the accident and emergency department. “When he was set on fire, I saw he had his hand in his pocket. I thought, ‘What are you doing, get your hand out

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Florida teacher writes mock obituary in protest of schools reopening

As Florida schools get ready to reopen for in-person instruction five days a week, one teacher is staging a protest in a way that’s captured a lot of attention and resonated with other educators.

Whitney Reddick, 33, a teacher in Jacksonville, Florida, wrote a mock obituary for herself, which she posted on Facebook. The post has since received support as teachers grapple with the idea of returning to school amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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“School Board Meeting Tomorrow 8/4/2020: I will be there with my obituary, ready to read,” Reddick posted on Facebook.

“With profound sadness, I announce the passing of Whitney Leigh Reddick,” began the obituary Reddick crafted. “A loving and devoted teacher, mother, daughter, wife, aunt, and friend to all whose lives she touched, on August 7th, 2020. She left us while alone

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Biden’s VP delays are nothing new. This time, there may be an upside

WASHINGTON — After Joe Biden promised to decide on his vice presidential pick “the first week in August,” we’re still waiting for a moment that seems to have been “closing in” for days now.

NBC News reported over the weekend that the choice could come “in the middle of [this] week or sooner,” although aides warned that the only real deadline for Biden was the beginning of the Democratic National Convention. And the New York Times wrote last night that aides are preparing for an announcement in “the middle of the week” — while noting that Biden “has not been known for his punctuality so far in the presidential race and the timeline could well slip again.”

The sliding deadlines come as no surprise to anyone who lived through Biden’s deliberations over his own presidential runs in 2004 (when he eventually decided he was too late to launch a bid),

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COVID-19 Cases Top 20 Million Worldwide

Since Chinese officials implemented the first coronavirus lockdown in the city of Wuhan in January, there have been more than 19.8 million cases of COVID-19 across the planet.

More than 731,000 people have died from the disease, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

Efforts to curb the outbreak have led to the global disruption of daily life and the economy, as schools and workplaces shuttered in hopes of slowing transmission. After months of precautions and lockdowns, governments have begun to reopen their economies.

HuffPost reporters around the world are tracking the pandemic and its effects.

Read the latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic below. (To see the latest updates, you may need to refresh the page. All times are Eastern. For earlier updates on the pandemic, go here.)

Coronavirus Cases Top 20 Million Worldwide — 8/10/2020, 8:35 p.m. ET

There are now more than 20 million COVID-19 cases

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Alyssa Milano Reveals Coronavirus-Related Hair Loss After Hospitalization for ‘Blood Clot’ Concerns

Alyssa Milano/ Instagram Alyssa Milano

Alyssa Milano is getting candid about her lingering symptoms of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Melrose Place alum, 47, shared a video on Sunday to illustrate the amount of hair loss she’s experienced as a “long hauler,” a term medical professionals use to refer to someone who suffers from long-lasting COVID-19 symptoms.

“Thought I’d show you what #Covid19 does to your hair,” Milano captioned the clip. “Please take this seriously. #WearADamnMask #LongHauler.”

In the footage, Milano combs through her hair with a detangler brush to reveal clumps of hair that fall out with every stroke. “One brushing, this is my hair loss from COVID-19,” she says as she holds up a small pile of hair.

RELATED: Alyssa Milano Details Her COVID-19 Symptoms: ‘I Lost 9 Lbs. in 2 Weeks’

Hair loss is one of the symptoms reported by former coronavirus patients in a survey conducted

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