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A seesaw for kids on the US-Mexico Border wins Beazley Design of the Year
"Teeter-Totter Wall" -- a project that subverted the politically divisive US-Mexico border by turning it into a pop up play area -- has won the 2020 Beazley Design of the Year.
Paris Fashion Week: Highlights from the latest menswear shows
All the highlights from Paris Fashion Week's virtual menswear event.
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Thousands of Californians could lose power as dangerous Santa Ana winds raise fire risk
Residents across nine California counties could be without power Tuesday as officials aim to reduce fire risk from the powerful Santa Ana winds expected to roar through the region.
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Why Putin wants to keep Navalny locked up
Alexei Navalny's brave gamble in going back to Russia to take on someone as ruthless as Vladimir Putin appears to have been a miscalculation, writes Michael Bociurkiw. Navalny was arrested when he returned to Moscow five month after being poisoned with a nerve agent. "The question now is whether Navalny's anti-corruption movement can survive with its incredibly telegenic and social media savvy leader isolated from the frontlines."
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China is hitting back at criticism of its vaccines with a dangerous disinformation campaign
With Chinese company Sinovac facing questions over the efficacy of its coronavirus shot, the country's propaganda apparatus is attacking other vaccines, undermining overall confidence in mass inoculations.
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Ohio police chief mourns an 'amazing police officer' who was killed during standoff
An Ohio police officer was shot dead Monday after a suspect, facing an arrest warrant, emerged from a standoff with police and started shooting, officials said.
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Trump is handing Biden a more dangerous world. There's only so much the new president can undo
As US President Donald Trump he hands power to Joe Biden on Wednesday -- however reluctantly -- he also hands his successor a far more dangerous world than it was four years ago.
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Trump leaves America at its most divided since the Civil War
Donald Trump ends his tumultuous presidency with the nation confronting the greatest strain to its fundamental cohesion since the Civil War.
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Trump's legacy will take years to purge from the American psyche
After four exhausting years of raging tweets, lies, "fire and fury" rants and orders for far-right extremists to "stand back and stand by," it's almost over.
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January 18 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. Meanwhile, vaccinations have already started in some countries as cases continue to rise. Follow here for the latest.
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6.4 quake strikes Argentina's San Juan province, no tsunami warning issued
A magnitude 6.4 earthquake has struck Argentina's west-central province of San Juan on Monday night, according to a preliminary report from the United States Geological Survey.
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New Covid-19 cases declined 11% after hitting a peak last week
New Covid-19 cases in the United States have been trending down since hitting a peak last week, but experts say it's too soon to be overly optimistic.
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Five dishes that define India's diverse cuisine -- and the chefs taking them global
When it comes to India's cuisine, there's a lot to explore. But the past year has been tough for travel. Indian food, at least, can still journey far beyond the country's borders. Here are five dishes that capture the delicious complexity of India -- and the culinary ambassadors bringing them to the world.
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CNN 10 - January 19, 2021
January 19, 2021
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We all need to embrace the Fake Commute
In today's business news: There's a new top cop on Wall Street, the rise of the fake commute, and Parler makes a reappearance.
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Biden administration braces for new wave of migrants as it rolls out new immigration plans
President-elect Joe Biden plans to immediately begin the rollout of his immigration agenda upon taking office Wednesday, but the new administration will also have to contend with migrants already on the US-Mexico border, as well as those on their way.
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California pauses Covid-19 shots from one lot of vaccine containing more than 330,000 doses
Health officials in California are telling medical providers across the state not to administer doses from one lot of Moderna's coronavirus vaccine while they investigate possible severe allergic reactions last week in a number of people who got shots at a community vaccination clinic.
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A nurse for 50 years refused to retire when the pandemic began. She later died from Covid-19
Betty Grier Gallaher, known around her Alabama hospital as "Miss Betty," died this month from Covid-19. She refused to retire when the pandemic started, choosing instead to treat patients and support her younger coworkers. She was one day shy of 79.
Trump administration issues racist school curriculum report on MLK day
A commission stood up by President Donald Trump as a rebuttal to schools applying a more accurate history curriculum around slavery in the US issued its inflammatory report on Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Even a small portion of fried foods can increase risk of heart disease, study says
Eating fried foods may increase your risk for major heart disease and stroke, according to a new analysis of existing research.
Rand Paul says convicting Trump would 'destroy' GOP
Sometime shortly after President-elect Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday, the Senate will likely begin the impeachment trial of soon-to-be-former President Donald Trump.
Retired New York City firefighter charged in connection with US Capitol riot
A retired New York City Fire Department member is facing federal charges for allegedly participating in the deadly riot at the US Capitol earlier this month.
Democratic lawmaker accuses Boebert of giving tours prior to insurrection
Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen of Tennessee said that he and a fellow lawmaker personally saw Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado guiding a group of people through the Cannon House Office Building tunnel in the days leading up the Capitol insurrection on January 6.
All the top accessories for your new Galaxy S21
With three new phones from Samsung, we're rounding up the best ways to accessorize your Galaxy S21, S21+ or S21 Ultra. This way you can keep your new phone protected in style and also keep the battery filled up — especially when you recall that a wall charger isn't being included in the box. And alongside power peripherals we also have cases and screen protectors from brands we've tested.
Dante Barksdale, who worked for more than a decade to keep Baltimore's streets safe from gun violence, is shot and killed
Barksdale, 46, was discovered with a gunshot wound to his head on Sunday morning near Douglass Homes, a public housing development in southeast Baltimore, according to Baltimore police. The circumstances around his death are still unclear.
California tops 3 million Covid-19 cases
California has become the first state in the nation to record more than 3 million Covid-19 cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins University and the Covid Tracking Project.
Martin Luther King Jr. would be 'greatly disappointed' in our nation, his son says
The oldest son of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King said his father would be greatly disappointed in the nation if he were still alive.
Census chief quits early after final round of citizenship controversy
The Trump-appointed official overseeing the 2020 census announced his resignation on Monday, nearly a year before his term was scheduled to end.
Term life insurance vs. whole life insurance: Which is best for you?
Learn the differences between term life and whole life insurance, including the length of each type of policy, how much each costs and which one might be the best choice for you and your family.
'The lost years': Climate damage that occurred on Trump's watch will endure long after he is gone
When historians reflect on the impact of the Trump presidency, some experts say the rollback of climate and environmental regulations his administration has pushed for may well be one of the most enduring parts of his legacy.