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Pope Francis goes to Iraq to rally fading Christians amid pandemic
Pope Francis heads to Iraq on Friday to urge the country’s dwindling number of Christians to stay put and help rebuild the country after years of war and persecution, brushing aside the coronavirus pandemic and security concerns to make his first-ever papal visit.
Phoenix police make arrest in seemingly random slaying of grandfather, 74
Phoenix police this week arrested a suspect on suspicion of murder in connection with last month's violent slaying of an elderly man.
YouTube removes 5 channels run by Burma military for violating community standards
YouTube has removed five channels run by Burma’s military for violating its community guidelines and terms of service.
Creighton suspends coach Greg McDermott over 'plantation' remarks
Creighton University men's basketball coach Greg McDermott was suspended Thursday after he urged his players to "stay on the plantation" during a locker-room speech following a loss Saturday.
Migrant camp near US-Mexico border, south of California, grows to 1,000 people: report
A migrant camp near the U.S.-Mexico border, just south of California, has grown to about 1,000 people, according to a report.
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How Cuomo’s media boosters are jumping off the bandwagon
Liberals who were on the Cuomo bandwagon last year are having to scramble to safety, now that the mainstream media consensus is drastically changing
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Video surfaces of beating, robbery of Asian man in San Francisco amid uptick in attacks
Surveillance video showing a violent attack on a 67-year-old Asian man at a laundromat in San Francisco’s Chinatown late last month has surfaced.
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Fleetwood Mac-TikTok video guy loses $4G in San Francisco car break-ins: report
Nathan Apodaca left his rental cars in a parking garage -- and now he's out $4,000 in credit cards, checks and personal items.
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Beverly Hills shooting: Robbers take off with $500G watch, report says
A woman was shot Thursday during a robbery at a famed Beverly Hills restaurant, officials said.
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Dr. Seuss book sales soar after 6 titles canceled for ‘racist’ imagery
Dr. Seuss’s books seem more popular than ever amid the controversy over a small selection of titles that will no longer be sold because they were deemed to have "insensitive and racist imagery."
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Kentucky bill would make it a crime to insult police officers
A bill advancing out of a Kentucky Senate committee on Thursday would make it a crime to insult or taunt a police officer to the point where the taunts provoke a violent response.
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Walter Gretzky, father of NHL star Wayne Gretzky, dies at 82
Walter Gretzky, the father of hockey great Wayne Gretzky, has died. He was 82.
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Breonna Taylor: Prosecutors want trial of detective in shooting held in Louisville
The Kentucky Attorney General's office asked a judge this week to keep the trial for one of the officers involved in the Breonna Taylor shooting in Louisville, citing a "large and diverse" pool for jurors.
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Sean Hannity: Biden administration 'completely unprepared' for border crisis
There is a "clear and growing crisis at our southern border", but President Biden and the mainstream media are "pretending there is no crisis at all," Fox News host Sean Hannity said Thursday.
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Tucker Carlson: The occupation of Washington and liberals' deepest fear
The National Guard troops at the Capitol will never leave
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Chris Cuomo tweet doubting Florida's COVID data reemerges amid brother's scandal
A tweet from last July written by CNN anchor Chris Cuomo that knocked Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis may be coming back to haunt him as his brother's nursing home scandal in New York continues to develop. 
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Cuomo needs 1 more accuser before he's done, top NY Dem says
State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins said Thursday that another woman would have to come forward with allegations of sexual harassment by Gov. Andrew Cuomo before she would call for him to resign.
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This Day in History: March 5
The Boston Massacre takes place; John Belushi dies; and more.
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Cuomo advisers altered report on coronavirus nursing-home deaths: WSJ
Top advisers to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo influenced state health officials to remove data from a public report that showed coronavirus-related nursing-home deaths in the state had exceeded numbers previously acknowledged by the administration, a bombshell report says.
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Oklahoma man gets 3 years for smuggling firearms to UAE to help fight ISIS: prosecutors
An Oklahoma man was sentenced to more than three years in prison for illegally smuggling firearms to the Middle East to help fight the Islamic State there, according to federal prosecutors.
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Senate nearly half way done with reading 628-page COVID-19 bill
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., made good on his promise Thursday when he forced Senate clerks to read all 628 pages from President Biden’s COVID-19 relief bill.
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Sean Hannity: Don't be fooled by the media's 'feigned moral outrage' surrounding Cuomo allegations
The public will not be fooled by the mainstream media's "feigned moral outrage" over allegations of sexual misconduct against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Sean Hannity told viewers Thursday.
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Lindsey Boylan speaks out after coming forward with sexual harassment claim against Andrew Cuomo
Lindsey Boylan is speaking out about how her life has changed since coming forward with allegations of sexual harassment against her former boss, Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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New Yorkers say Cuomo shouldn't resign, but his approval rating plummets
New Yorkers do not think that Gov. Andrew Cuomo should resign amid dual scandals concerning sexual harassment accusations and undercounting nursing home deaths, but they don't think he should run for reelection either. 
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Joe Montana shares thoughts on 49ers quarterback situation: 'They should consider all options'
Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana, who played 16 seasons in the NFL, led the San Francisco 49ers to four Super Bowl championships in the ‘80s. He is the first player ever to take home three Super Bowl MVPs in addition to his two regular-season MVPs in ‘89 and ‘90.
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Slate writer welcomes 'due process' for Cuomo after warning Americans 'should be terrified' of Kavanaugh
A writer for the liberal news outlet Slate is not rushing to judgment when it comes to the sexual harassment allegations surrounding Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but had quite a different attitude towards the misconduct claims that were made against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in 2018. 
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Seahawks answering calls from teams interested in Russell Wilson: report
Russell Wilson isn’t off the table for interested teams, and reports on Thursday say the Seattle Seahawks have placed some calls of their own. 
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Michelle Obama warns that 'our democracy remains under attack' by state officials
Former First Lady Michelle Obama on Thursday urged the Senate on Thursday to approve a sweeping voting rights overhaul that received House approval this week, warning that “democracy remains under attack” from state officials attempting to suppress voter turnout.
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Charlie LeDuff on suing Whitmer for info on COVID nursing home death counts: 'I've been asking for months'
Michigan investigative journalist Charlie LeDuff told Fox News on Thursday he is suing the state's Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer, after trying for months to get straight answers and statistics detailing the coronavirus-related death toll in nursing homes.
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Fired Texas electric grid chief refuses $800,000 severance package
Former President and CEO of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) Bill Magness refused his hefty severance package Thursday after being fired from the agency still reeling from last month’s catastrophic winter storms that left millions without power.
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