Which film won the prestigious Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival?

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French filmmaker Julia Ducournau become the second female director to win the major award at the Cannes Film Festival for her film “Titane.”

Which company has the Consumer Product Safety Commission sued?

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The CPSC said Amazon is legally responsible for recalling "potentially hazardous” products.

Which state has become the first to fund universal basic income efforts?

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The approved program by California lawmakers will allow cities to apply for funding from a $35 million pool.

Which country's women's soccer team plans to take a knee before kickoff at the Tokyo Olympics?

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The British women’s soccer team made the decision after a team meeting before flying to Japan.

Which NBA star has withdrawn from the US men’s basketball team and won’t go to the Olympics?

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Kevin Love is “incredibly disappointed” he won’t be going to Tokyo, but he is not healthy enough to travel and play with the team.

Which airline is canceling extended leave for flight attendants ahead of the holiday season?

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American Airlines is telling around 3,300 flight attendants to come back to work in time for the holiday season.

LG is selling a television with what type of screen?

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LG Signature OLED R 65" Class Rollable 4K Smart TV is listed online for $100,000.

Three people were shot outside of which event?

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Three people were wounded in a shooting outside Nationals Park in Washington, DC, while a game was taking place inside.

Twitter is removing which feature?

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Fleets, which was introduced just last November, will disappear for good on Aug. 3 after it did not flourish on the platform.

Football players from which college are the first collegiate athletes to cash in on money from jersey sales?

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The University of Michigan’s officially licensed retailer announced that, for the first time, fans could pay more to get players’ names on the back of football jerseys.

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