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Republicans at CPAC 'Living in an Alternate Reality,' Says Event's Former Leader
Former CPAC chair Mickey Edwards said that the conference is unrecognizable from when he was involved.
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Butler, Dragic carry Heat past NBA-best Jazz, 124-116
The Miami Heat don't believe in statement wins.
Lady Gaga's father wants shooting, dog-stealing suspects tried for 'assault, attempted murder'
Lady Gaga's father tells Fox News he'd like the armed robbery suspects who shot her dog walker apprehended and tried for assault and/or attempted murder.
Ivy league professor uses heroin, advocates legalization
"Repressive policies that we currently have do nothing but force people into the shadows," says Professor Carl Hart, "and increase the likelihood of people getting in trouble with these drugs."
Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton help Suns rally to beat Bulls
The Phoenix Suns’ All-Star duo got a couple of nice assists Friday night.
Depleted Raptors hand Rockets 10th straight loss
Coronavirus protocols forced the Toronto Raptors to play Friday night without most of their coaching staff and forward Pascal Siakam.
Avalanche hold on in final seconds for 3-2 win over Coyotes
Colorado goalie Hunter Miska looked like he was cruising to his first NHL victory and shutout until the final two minutes on Friday night.
Coffin of fundraising hero arrives at crematorium
A World War II-era plane flew Saturday over the funeral service of Captain Tom Moore, in honor of the veteran who single-handedly raised millions of pounds for Britain's health workers by walking laps in his backyard. (Feb. 27)
Rachel Lindsay deletes Instagram due to harassment from Bachelor Nation
Her "Higher Learning" podcast co-host Van Lathan announced why she left.
Wild use early goals to beat Kings 3-1 for 5th straight win
The Minnesota Wild blitzed the Los Angeles Kings with three goals in a span of just over three minutes in the first period and held on to win 3-1 on Friday night for their fifth straight victory.
James Harden has moved on fast with the Brooklyn Nets. Will the conversation catch up?
James Harden has played brilliantly in Brooklyn after his messy exit from Houston, but not everyone is ready to forgive and forget.
Why not everyone is happy with Italy's €1 homes bonanza
Dozens of Italian towns selling abandoned dwellings for little more than a dollar have created a bonanza among enthusiastic buyers. But what happens when someone doesn't want their family home being sold?
Why not everyone is happy with Italy's €1 homes bonanza
Dozens of towns in Italy have been selling abandoned dwellings for a song, sparking a new kind of gold rush as enthusiastic buyers from all over the world try to secure a bargain in beautiful, remote villages.
Coronavirus editorial cartoon gallery
A collection of somber editorial cartoons on the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak.
Strome, Kreider lead Rangers to 6-2 win over Bruins
Ryan Strome had a goal and two assists and Chris Kreider had a goal and an assist in New York's three-goal second period, leading the Rangers to a 6-2 win over the Boston Bruins on Friday night.
Less than half of FDNY has been fully vaccinated for COVID-19
Fewer than half of the city’s firefighters, EMTs and medics have been fully vaccinated. As of Thursday, 6,879 — or 42 percent of the FDNY’s approximately 16,000 non-retired personnel — had received both doses of the Moderna vaccine in the department-run program, according to a Thursday report by FDNY Incident Management. About 7,800, or 49...
U.S. Awaits F.D.A.’s Green Light for Johnson & Johnson’s Vaccine
The agency is expected to formally approve the single-shot vaccine on Saturday, making a third option available in the U.S. Here’s the latest on Covid-19.
Review: He ditched his privilege to labor in a Dakota oil field. All he got was a powerful memoir
Michael Patrick F. Smith's "The Good Hand," about leaving the New York high life to toil in North Dakota oil fields, avoids the traps of stunt memoirs past.
Stimulus Package Could Mean $14,000 Windfall for Family of Four
Checks and enhanced child credit could add up for many families in the America Rescue Plan which goes to the Senate.
Turmeric brings sunny color and earthy flavor to these 9 sweet and savory recipes
Forget the trendy chain coffee shop drinks. Turmeric makes these dishes shine.
More U.S. adults identifying as LGBT
According to Gallup, the number of adults identifying as LGBT is on the rise, especially among Generation Z - those 18-23. What are the factors behind this shift, and is it generational?
What's Leaving Netflix in March 2021? All the Titles on Streamer's Last-Call List
Binge-watch all seven seasons of "Weeds" on Netflix while you still can, because that show and many movies will soon be leaving the platform.
Future Tense Newsletter: The Streaming World Is Looking an Awful Lot Like the Old Hollywood System
Plus, more from the recent past of Future Tense.
The First Aid Beauty Daily Radiance Pads Make Skincare Easy
Photo Illustration: Scouted/The Daily Beast/UltaAs a working mom, making time for a long skincare routine in the morning feels nearly impossible. Instead of doing anything time-consuming, I’ve started relying on a few hero products that make my skin happy and get the job done quickly, and these First Aid Beauty Daily Radiance Pads are an absolute essential.Made with every skin type in mind (yes, including sensitive skin), these daily treatment pads are meant to be a solution for dullness, uneven skin tone, and uneven texture. And they are: I’ve been using these every morning for months now, and I’ve noticed a visible difference in how my skin looks and feels on the days I don’t use them.They act as a great first skincare step before applying serum and moisturizer —and it only takes about five seconds to swipe them over your face and neck. They make my skin look brighter and feel cleaner, thanks to key ingredients like lactic and glycolic acids, lemon peel, and Indian gooseberry, all of which safely exfoliate, tone, and brighten all skin tones. These pads offer a more gentle exfoliation than a scrub that never feels rough or harsh. These never leave my skin feeling tight and dry or stripped of moisture, and I love that they don’t have an overpowering scent.Read more at The Daily Beast.
MLB must stop punishing top prospects: Sherman
Imagine you finish at the top of your class at Harvard law or Johns Hopkins medical and you are told at graduation that you are will not be hired for six months — not because you are unqualified, but because it is a way for an institution to maintain control over your services for an...
A Playlist for Your Next Walk
It’s time for a walk. Liven it up with a peppy playlist of an hour of new music, chosen for you by our music writer.
How I discovered my babysitter Tony Costa was a serial killer
Liza Rodman hadn’t thought about Tony Costa in three decades when, in 2005, she had a nightmare about him.  Tony had been her favorite babysitter when she was a kid in Cape Cod in the 1960s — handsome, charming, fun. But in her dream, he pushed her up against the wall of a long hallway...
Khamzat Chimaev targets June return, warns Neil Magny to 'be ready'
Khamzat Chimaev appears to be back in good health after a severe case of COVID-19.       Related StoriesKhamzat Chimaev targets June return, warns Neil Magny to 'be ready' - EnclosureUFC 260 poster dubs Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou as 'biggest baddest rematch'UFC free fight: Petr Yan batters Jose Aldo to claim vacant bantamweight title
Some NYC movie theaters say they can’t reopen March 5
When New Yorkers return to the city’s big screens Friday, many of the Big Apple’s beloved indie theaters will remain shuttered, according to operators who say they weren’t given enough notice to prepare and that the 25-percent capacity limit is too restrictive to make money. Gov. Cuomo announced Monday that NYC movie theaters could reopen...