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The Women’s March Is Back, With Both Divisions and Much to Celebrate
Major Winter Storm Threatens 80 Million in Midwest and Northeast
U.N.C. Admissions Lawsuit Brings Another Attack on Affirmative Action
Americans Killed in Syria Were No Strangers to War
in her words: Women’s March 2019: Here’s What to Know if You Can’t Keep Up
Jason Van Dyke Sentenced to Nearly 7 Years for Murdering Laquan McDonald
Wanted: The ‘Traveling Bandit,’ a Bank Robber Who Gets Around
Democrats Are United on Teacher Strikes. But They’re in a ‘Gladiator Fight’ Over Education.
Is It Diverse If It Leaves You Out?
Yoga and Veterans: A Different Kind of Warrior
Federal Employees Turn to Pawnshops Amid Shutdown’s Financial Pinch
On Politics: The Biggest Stories of the Week
Democratic Senator Seeks Perjury Investigation of Kirstjen Nielsen
A Small Alaska Town Reels as the Coast Guard Weathers On Without Pay
Nancy Pelosi, North Korea, Winter Storm: Your Friday Evening Briefing
Fact Check: Trump’s Baseless Claim About Prayer Rugs Found at the Border
His Art, Their Ideas: Did Robert Indiana Lose Control of His Work?
Brace for the Polar Vortex: It May Be Visiting More Often
British Officials Worried About Angering Trump Over ISIS Captives
Florida Governor Removes Palm Beach County Elections Chief After Messy Recount
News Anchor Apologizes After Using Racial Slur in Broadcast
At War: What Happened in Iraq: ‘Seven Months of Blood and Fire and Broken Glass’
Trump Administration Spells Out Who Wins and Loses From New Tax Break
The New Old Age: Hospitals Stopped Readmitting Medicare Patients So Often. Was That a Good Thing?
Trump and Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Summit Meeting Next Month
It Was a Sanctuary for Immigrants in the Bronx. Then One of Its Owners Was Arrested.
Your Sweat Will See You Now
Mnuchin Flew to L.A. on Private Jet of Billionaire Michael Milken
Thousands March in Washington at Annual Anti-Abortion Rally
Mueller Statement Disputes Report That Trump Directed Cohen to Lie
Pelosi: ‘The President Outing Our Trip’ Made It Dangerous
R. Kelly’s Manager Surrenders on Threat Charge
Study Links Drug Maker Gifts for Doctors to More Overdose Deaths
House Democrats Add $1 Billion in Border-Related Spending to Measures to Reopen Government
El Espace: 500,000 Students Are Affected by the L.A. Teachers Strike. Most Are Latino.
California Today: How a Restaurant Critic Decides Where to Eat


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Brew-hoo: Hundreds of bottles of beer destroyed in Connecticut highway blaze

One hundred and one bottles of beer smashed on the ground, 101 bottles of beer. Pick the shards up, pass them around, 100 bottles of beer smashed on the ground.

In a grief-inducing accident that would cause even the most hardened of suds lovers to shed a tear, a truck loaded with what is believed...


Published: Yesterday
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Indigenous People's March highlights environmental decline, violence against Native women, amid optimism

Violence against Native women, the ravages of climate change and fossil fuel extraction, and the federal government shutdown were top priority in Washington on Friday as dozens rallied for the Indigenous People’s March.

“It’s a great day to be indigenous,” proclaimed U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland (D-N.M.),...


Published: Yesterday
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Washington State man murdered his parents and lived with corpses for five days until suicide — authorities

A young, Washington State man who couldn’t fathom the thought of living on his own murdered his parents before committing suicide.

Matthew Ficken shot and killed his folks in their house before living with their bodies for five days before killing himself on Jan. 15 as King County sheriff’s deputies...


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Texas mom's boyfriend identified as person of interest in triple shooting

A 10-year-old girl that was killed alongside her mother and sister in their Texas home last week died of a gunshot wond to the head and neck.

On Thursday, the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office positively identified the victim as London Bribiescas and officially ruled her death a homicide,...


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Hail to the coif: Lock of George Washington's hair up for auction

I cannot tell a lie, a lock of George Washington’s hair is for sale at auction.

For over a century, it has been in the possession of Alexander Hamilton’s family. Affixed to a card with sealing wax that contains the hair is an autographed letter signed by James Alexander Hamilton, the former Secretary...


Published: Yesterday

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SEE IT: Boogie Cousins starts his Warriors career off with a bang

It didn’t take long for Boogie Cousins to make an impact — on the Warriors and on the rim.

Playing in his first game in almost a year, Cousins flew down the middle of the lane for a dunk to score Golden State’s first points of the game. Kevin Durant dished out the dime to his new teammate, and...

Published: Yesterday
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Islanders jump Capitals into first place in Barry Trotz's return to Washington

Barry Trotz returned to his old home arena to face the team he coached to the Stanley Cup. He left with his new team in first place.

Trotz's Islanders beat the defending champion Washington Capitals 2-0 on Friday night to win their fourth in a row and leapfrog his former team into first place in...

Published: Yesterday
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D'Angelo Russell and Brooklyn Nets just keep proving they're for real

The Knicks can fuggedaboudit. This is Brooklyn’s town now.

This winning thing has become a habit for the Nets — and apparently no deficit is too large to overcome lately.

D'Angelo Russell matched his career high with 40 points and the only basketball show in town came back after trailing by as...

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Manny Machado's dad says his son isn't going to land where everyone thinks

Manny Machado’s family members have a lot to say about where the prized free agent will end up.

First it was his wife, Yainee, who wants to live in New York City and has a strong hold over her husband’s decision making, a source told Daily News columnist Wally Matthews. On Friday, it was his dad,...

Published: Yesterday
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Exiled Carmelo Anthony has suitors and is expected to return to NBA soon: report

It appears Carmelo Anthony is coming back.

The future Hall of Famer, banished from the Rockets since November, is reportedly expected to sign with a new NBA team by next month.

According to the Athletic, Anthony is mulling “multiple” destinations, although it’s unclear whether his latest relocation...

Published: Yesterday

US News

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Sharp-eyed FDNY inspector spots unsecured propane tanks at major Brooklyn construction site

A sharp-eyed FDNY fire inspector averted an explosive situation in Brooklyn on Friday night when he noticed a baker’s dozen of big propane tanks stored in the open at a construction site.

Jon Watson, an off-duty supervising fire prevention inspector who lives in Fort Greene, was headed to the bank...

Published: Today
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Home health aides for 102-year-old woman left in lurch after home care exec bilked NY State medicare for $11M

The health and welfare of a 102-year-old Queens woman hangs in limbo after the head of a home health care company was charged with embezzling an estimated $11 million of state Medicaid money — then used her ill-gotten gains to treat herself and her NYPD cop hubby to fancy cars and a Cape Cod getaway...

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Daily Horoscope: January 19, 2019

Via Tarot Astrologers

General Horoscope for January 19, 2019

Life seems unstable these days, but the uncertainties will soon settle down. Our dreams are already amplified by a magical Venus-Jupiter alignment when the Moon enters imaginative Pisces at 3:26 pm EST. Our thoughts are not as rational...

Published: Today
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63-year-old Queens man dead of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning

A man was found dead in his Queens home Friday, the apparent victim of a carbon monoxide leak, cops said.

Lorenzo Benedetto, 63, was found unconscious and unresponsive in the bedroom of his single-family home on 256 St. in Floral Park just after 7:30 p.m.

Benedetto was alone at the time. There...

Published: Yesterday
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SEE IT: Boogie Cousins starts his Warriors career off with a bang

It didn’t take long for Boogie Cousins to make an impact — on the Warriors and on the rim.

Playing in his first game in almost a year, Cousins flew down the middle of the lane for a dunk to score Golden State’s first points of the game. Kevin Durant dished out the dime to his new teammate, and...

Published: Yesterday

Entertainment

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Wendy Williams taking 'extended break' from talk show amid complications with Graves' disease

Wendy Williams is taking an “extended break” from her daily talk show as she deals with complications from Graves’ disease.

The longtime host will need to spend “significant time” in the hospital as a result of those complications, her family announced in a post to Twitter.

“Over the past few days,...

Published: Yesterday
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Sony Music drops R. Kelly as scandals surround R&B star

R. Kelly’s partnership with Sony Music is no more.

The record label dropped the scandal-plagued R&B singer amid a wave of distressing allegations against him, Variety and other outlets reported.

The move comes two days after protesters converged in front of the Sony office in midtown Manhattan...

Published: Yesterday
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Witness who helped Prince Philip in crash describes aftermath of 'horrendous accident'

A witness who helped Prince Philip escape his car after he became trapped said it was astonishing that the “horrendous accident” didn’t leave those involved — including a 9-month-old baby — severely injured.

Driver Roy Warne told the BBC he saw the 97-year-old’s Land Rover “careening, tumbling...

Published: Yesterday
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R. Kelly's manager turns himself in on arrest warrant for terroristic threats

A member of R. Kelly’s circle turned himself in to authorities in response to an arrest warrant for terroristic threats and acts, officials said.

James Mason, a manager for the R&B singer, was booked and released on a $10,000 bond in Georgia on Friday morning, six months after the arrest warrant...

Published: Yesterday
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Nick Loeb promoting controversial pro-life 'Roe v. Wade' movie in Washington D.C. amid March for Life

It’s the biggest pro-life event of the year — and Nick Loeb wouldn’t miss it.

The filmmaker, whose upcoming pro-life-leaning movie “Roe v. Wade” has generated considerable controversy in recent months, is in Washington D.C. this week to promote the project at the 2019 March for Life.

Loeb sees...

Published: Yesterday

Business

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AT&T to Advertise on YouTube Again After a Nearly 2-Year Holdout

AT&T, one of the biggest advertisers in the U.S., had balked because offensive content too often accompanied its ads. Now it says YouTube has addressed the issue.
Published: Yesterday
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Polls Show Government Shutdown Is Eroding Faith in Economy

Consumer-sentiment readings are declining, and more Americans rate President Trump’s economic policies poorly, as the impasse in Washington drags on.
Published: Yesterday
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Tesla to Cut 3,000 Jobs in Bid to Sell Model 3 to Mass Market

The reductions, which amount to 7 percent of Tesla’s work force, were necessary for the company to remain viable, Elon Musk wrote in an email to employees.
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F.T.C. Is Said to Be Considering Large Facebook Fines

The agency’s investigation, which began in late March, is continuing, and the commissioners and staff have not reached a final conclusion.
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Common Sense: Why Jeff Bezos’ Divorce Should Worry Amazon Investors

The Amazon chief’s split from his wife raises questions about the disposal of their enormous stake in the company he founded. Investors deserve answers.
Published: Yesterday

Science-Technology

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Trilobites: Romeo the Frog Finds His Juliet. Their Courtship May Save a Species.

The lonely male in a Bolivian museum was thought to be the last Sehuencas water frog, but an expedition has found him a potential mate.
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What Happened to Earth’s Ancient Craters? Scientists Seek Clues on the Moon’s Pocked Surface

The pace of space rocks pummeling Earth and the moon was relatively infrequent, but then doubled or tripled for unknown reasons, a new study finds.
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Trilobites: Watch These Stink Bugs Hatch in Unison

In terrifying synchrony, baby stink bugs all but explode to life.
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Trilobites: When Fungi Fight Back

A mushroom species was found to sense predators and sent warning signals to other parts of its body, but how it does that remains a mystery.
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North Korea’s Less-Known Military Threat: Biological Weapons

Military analysts are increasingly concerned about the nation’s “advanced, underestimated and highly lethal” bioweapons program.
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Politics

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Mueller Statement Disputes Report That Trump Directed Cohen to Lie

The president directed his lawyer to lie to Congress about his involvement in talks to build a skyscraper in Moscow, BuzzFeed reported. The article could not be independently confirmed.
Published: Today
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Trump and Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Summit Meeting Next Month

Negotiations over eliminating North Korea’s nuclear arsenal have made little progress since the two leaders’ June meeting in Singapore.
Published: Yesterday
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House Democrats Add $1 Billion in Border-Related Spending to Measures to Reopen Government

The decision by Democrats, and the president’s suggestion that he would have an announcement on Saturday, were the first indications of possible movement over the shutdown.
Published: Yesterday
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Federal Courts, Running Out of Money, Brace for Shutdown’s Pain

The judicial branch has been able to continue paying its workers so far, but that may soon change if the partial government shutdown continues.
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The Women’s March Is Back, With Both Divisions and Much to Celebrate

Two years after millions marched in an unambiguous rebuke to President Trump, smaller crowds are expected this Saturday.
Published: Today

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