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Urban Meyer situation, suspected Russian spy found, a comedy museum opens and more

• Aug 3, 2018 at 12:15 PM

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USA TODAY: Ohio State football: What we know about Urban Meyer situation

Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer is on administrative leave as the university investigates claims that Meyer knew about domestic-violence allegations against former wide receivers coach Zach Smith.

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THE GUARDIAN: Suspected Russian spy found working at US embassy in Moscow

US counter-intelligence investigators discovered a suspected Russian spy had been working undetected in the heart of the American embassy in Moscow for more than a decade, the Guardian has learned.

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: Are we really as awful as we act online?

“YOU NEED TO have your throat cut out and your decomposing, bug-infested body fed to wild pigs.” An anonymous Facebook user wrote that—and more that’s unprintable—to Kyle Edmund after the British pro tennis player lost in a 2017 tournament.

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ACCUWEATHER.COM: Potential College Lake Dam failure spurs evacuations in Lynchburg, Virginia

College Lake Dam, located in Lynchburg, Virginia, is reportedly overflowing and on the brink of failure due to recently heavy rainfall. If the dam fails, portions of Lynchburg could flood within minutes.

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ONE COOL THING: A massive new museum dedicated to comedy just opened in Lucille Ball's hometown

Lily Tomlin, Dan Aykroyd, and Amy Schumer walk into a comedy festival. This isn’t a joke, merely one of the many ways the National Comedy Center is celebrating its debut this week. The museum — located in Jamestown, NY, the birthplace of Lucille Ball — has 37,000 square feet of exhibition space dedicated to all things humor.

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