How a football fight turns deadly outside this iconic restaurant

A 23-year-old is dead after getting into a fight outside a popular cheesesteak restaurant in the City of Brotherly love, officials say. 

Apparently, a dispute over football quickly escalated and ended in gunfire before the men could order their food at Pat’s King of Steaks. 

“They were arguing and it turned into a fight,” said the restaurant’s general manager. “One guy grabbed the other guy and got him in a grip, and the other guy pulled out a gun and shot him in the torso. It was one shot. The cops came right away.”

The suspect was apprehended at Independence Hall, while the victim died of his wound in a nearby hospital. 

“My employees are pretty shaken up,” the owner said. 

Apparently, the restaurant was closed for only a few hours as authorities investigated.

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Is the White House going to force Americans to mask up once again?

Will the White House soon push Americans to mask up, regardless of whether or not they are fully vaccinated? Some sources indicate that officials are at least in discussions to determine whether this may be necessary.

Apparently, officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are involved in these talks. The Biden administration has insisted that they are awaiting additional guidance from the CDC before they alter their messaging. 

“At the White House, we follow the guidance and advice of health and medical experts,” said assistant press secretary Kevin Munoz. “Public health guidance is made by the CDC, and they continue to recommend that fully vaccinated individuals do not wear a mask. If you are not vaccinated, you should be wearing a mask.”

How might things change, and how would those potential updates ruin President Joe Biden’s narrative that the virus is going away?

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Why did U.S. jobless claims spike unexpectedly last week?

This morning the Labor Department reported its latest look at unemployment claims, which rose unexpectedly and sent stock futures spiraling downward.

According to the report, 419,000 Americans filed for unemployment insurance last week. Economists had anticipated significantly fewer claims — about 350,000. Analysts had expected the data to reflect the lowest number of assistance requests since the pandemic began. 

The previously reported period reflected about 368,000 claims. 

This news coincides with mounting cases of the delta virus variant that is spiking hospitalizations and fear that the world could be in for another wave yet. 

Still, there are reasons to remain optimistic about the continued economic recovery. 

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What are the most important market happenings right now?

The three major benchmarks are solidly in rebound territory after a pretty devastating loss on Monday. Yesterday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average ticked up another 186 points, while the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq also inched ahead nearly 1%. Today, futures pointed to further gains. 

This morning, the Labor Department released its latest look at initial jobless claims, and investors were expecting another pandemic-era low, somewhere around 350,000 new claims. 

Meanwhile, AT&T reported this morning that wireless subscriber additions came in higher than expected. American Airlines and Southwest also reported revenue jumps for the second quarter. 

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A 21-year-old is charged for planning a mass shooting of sorority women

A man who called himself an “incel” — or “involuntary celibate” — had been planning a mass shooting at an Ohio University that targeted sorority women, officials say. 

According to a statement released by the Department of Justice: “The incel movement is an online community of predominantly men who harbor anger towards women. Incels seek to commit violence in support of their belief that women unjustly deny them sexual or romantic attention to which they believe they are entitled.” 

Investigators determined that the suspect, 21-year-old Tres Genco, had written a manifesto that detailed his “hatred, jealousy and revenge.” He’d apparently planned to kill “3,000 people.” 

He’d also possessed a machine gun illegally, officials say. What else do we know about this case right now? 

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How Tom Brady just insulted millions of Americans while at the White House

So much for a nationwide pastime. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback seems pretty committed to using football as yet another way to divide the country.  

Tom Brady, who visited the White House Tuesday to celebrate another Super Bowl victory, used the opportunity as a way to mock millions of Americans. He took jabs at those of us who continue to doubt President Joe Biden’s path to “victory” in 2020. Many of us rightly believe that last year’s election was rigged, and Brady seemed to enjoy making fun of that fact.  

“Not a lot of people, you know, think that we could’ve won,” he said. “In fact, I think about 40 percent of the people still don’t think we won.” 

For the record, Brady, it’s a lot more than 40%. 

As if that weren’t bad enough, he also joked about other concerns Americans have about the current president — namely, his cognitive decline.  

Why is it so challenging for athletes to stick to what they do best? Why bring politics into a sport that is supposed to bring Americans together?

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This father and son are killed in a tragic barn collapse

Less than 24 hours after its installation, a barn collapsed in Iowa, killing 40-year-old Andy Kaufman and his nine-year-old son, Beckett. The structure had been sitting on a trailer before it was moved to a concrete pad, a neighbor said. Kaufman would have taught his five children about responsibility as they cared for the animals that would have been housed there.  

“What everybody needs to know is that Andy was so overly cautious with anything with his kids,” Trey Nuss said. “There’s no way if there was any danger that Andy saw that he would have had his kids anywhere near it.” 

He added: “[Kaufman] liked the hobby farming, if you want to call it that. The biggest reason he was doing all of it was for the kids.” 

After the tragedy last week, the community has come out in droves to support Kaufman’s wife, Brook, and their four other kids.  

A GoFundMe account has also been set up to help the family.

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What are the most important market happenings right now?

Stock futures tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average indicated gains this morning, while futures on the Nasdaq fell. 

Yesterday the Dow climbed 1.6%, while the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq logged 1.5% gains. The world’s most popular digital currency also inched back above $30,000 today. 

Meanwhile, shares of Johnson & Johnson and Coca-Cola increased 1% and 2%, respectively, in the premarket after both companies logged better-than-expected corporate earnings. Netflix stock was muted, however, after the company reported weak earnings but strong subscriber growth. United Airlines saw its shares soar approximately 1%.

And the leader of the World Health Organization recently cautioned that the world is on the precipice of another virus wave.

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This Florida woman is trouble for skinny-dipping in a stranger’s pool

A Florida homeowner returned to his house to a strange sight. Clothes were littered across the lanai, and a naked woman was in his pool, authorities say. 

When deputies responded to the scene, they asked her to put her clothes back on and get out of the pool. She told them to leave her alone and refused their requests again and again. Eventually, she got dressed, but officials say she still resisted arrest and said she wasn’t planning on going anywhere. 

The 42-year-old woman was eventually identified through jail booking photos upon her arrival at the Charlotte County Jail. 

Heather A. Kennedy now faces charges related to trespass and resisting arrest. What else do we know about this strange story right now? 

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Why did Twitter just suspend Marjorie Taylor Greene’s account for 12 hours?

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene is suspended from Twitter for 12 hours after sharing a series of pandemic posts that the social media giant condemned. 

The suspension, which took effect yesterday, is set to expire sometime today, but it marks the second time the big tech tyrant has temporarily banned the Twitter user in recent months. The company said her first suspension was a mistake. 

In a Sunday tweet, Greene said the government should not “force NON-FDA approved vaccines or masks. Instead [it should] help people protect their health by defeating obesity, which will protect them from [virus] complications and death, and many other health problems. We should invest in health, not human experimentation.” 

If Greene continues to rack up “strikes” because of her Twitter content, she could ultimately be suspended for a week, or even face a permanent ban like the former president. 

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