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Dana White after UFC on ABC 1: Alexander Volkanovski can't deny Max Holloway deserves trilogy
Max Holloway "did what he needed to do in spectacular fashion," according to UFC president Dana White.        Related StoriesUFC on ABC 1 results: Max Holloway pieces up tough Calvin Kattar for masterful winUFC on ABC 1 results: Max Holloway pieces up tough Calvin Kattar for masterful win - EnclosureMax Holloway showboated Muhammad Ali style during his UFC on ABC 1 masterpiece 
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Mexico’s female vigilantes take the lead in fighting drug cartels
The Michoacan area of Mexico has gotten so lawless, a band of female vigilantes are taking it upon themselves to protect their friends and family.
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Trump-Supporting Bin Laden Niece Claims President's Daring Followers to 'Finish the Coup'
Earlier this week, Noor bin Laden urged her Telegram followers to avoid further pro-Trump violence and prepare for years of unrest.
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TikTok user glitterbombs boyfriend’s apartment after he cheats on her
Hell hath no fury like a glitter lover scorned. TikTok user Holly got her revenge on a cheating boyfriend by coating his apartment in glitter, a substance notoriously difficult to clean – and posted it on the social media. In the video, Holly is seen pouring piles of multi-colored glitter all over the apartment in...
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WrestleMania L.A. at SoFi Stadium gets a new date: 2023
After originally planning to hold Wrestlemania 37 at SoFi Stadium in March, the WWE announces its premier event will be held at SoFi Stadium in 2023.
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Biden plans a flurry of executive orders, new legislation for first days as president
The president-elect has laid out a long list of priorities on immigration, climate change and coronavirus for the beginning of his term.
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Congresswoman's spokesman quits less than 2 weeks into term
He says he was prompted to by the insurrection at the nation’s Capitol.
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Packers Knock Off Rams to Set Up Epic QB Matchup in NFC Championship Game
Aaron Rodgers will square off against another future Hall of Fame quarterback next week for the right to play in Super Bowl LV.
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Queens daycare teacher shoved child in garbage can, put spider in shirt: probe
An assistant teacher at a city-funded Queens Pre-K program grabbed a child by the neck, shoved her into a garbage can and put a spider down her shirt, investigators found. Following the “abusive” incident at Discovery Lane Day Care Center in Astoria, three administrators “failed to take action or make proper notifications,” says the Special...
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State capitals increase security ahead of expected armed protests
State capitals around the country were amping up security amid new threats, as a former paratrooper on the FBI’s radar since October was arrested on charges he issued a call to attack protesters Sunday in Tallahassee, Fla. Daniel Alan Baker, 33, who lives in Florida’s capital city, faces a federal charge involving transmitting a threat...
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UFC on ABC 1 bonuses: Of course Max Holloway earned an extra $50K
The first four bonus winners of 2021 are in the books after an exciting show at UFC on ABC 1.       Related Stories5 burning questions heading into UFC on ABC 1UFC on ABC 1 breakdown: Will Max Holloway-Calvin Kattar come down to grappling?Twitter reacts to Max Holloway's masterclass win over Calvin Kattar at UFC on ABC 1 
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Heading 'into a buzzsaw': Why extremism experts fear the Capitol attack is just the beginning
Protests planned for this weekend and inauguration are only the start. But experts worry the real threat may be what the Capitol attack unleashed long term.
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Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers pull away from L.A. Rams, will host NFC championship game
The NFC Championship game will be Jan. 24 against either Drew Brees and New Orleans or Tom Brady and Tampa Bay. The Saints and Bucs play Sunday.       
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Hong Kong rebuffs US congressional report on national security law
The Hong Kong government objected to a US congressional report criticizing Beijing’s handling of the city as “biased, politically motivated and not reflecting the truth.” The annual report from the bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China this week said the “one country, two systems” framework in Hong Kong has been “dismantled,” severely undermining the rule of...
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Jets’ next big tasks now that Robert Saleh is on board
The Jets landed their head coach with the hiring of Robert Saleh on Thursday night. Now what? Saleh has a big task ahead of him, along with general manager Joe Douglas. There is a lot of good feelings around the Jets after the Saleh hire, but this is still a team that just went 2-14,...
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USC coach Clay Helton hires a key new piece of his staff away from Notre Dame
USC hired Notre Dame assistant director Robert Stiner to lead the Trojans' strength and conditioning program.
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NYPD cracking down on ‘offensive’ bumper stickers on cops’ private cars
The NYPD is cracking down on covered license plates and “offensive” stickers on cops’ private vehicles, The Post has learned.
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Reflecting on the history and significance of presidential inaugurations
For the first time in 152 years, the incoming and departing presidents won't be together during an inauguration. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett reflects on the crucial role presidential inaugurations have in the stability of our nation.
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Packers back in NFC Championship game after pull away from Rams
The Green Bay Packers advanced to their second consecutive NFC Championship game with a victory Saturday night over the Los Angeles Rams in the divisional round.
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Atlanta synagogue says it was the target of a cyber attack before MLK Shabbat service with Raphael Warnock
The president of an Atlanta synagogue says its website was the target of a cyberattack during its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Shabbat service with US Sen.-elect Raphael Warnock's Ebenezer Baptist Church.
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Mike D’Antoni was a factor in Nets’ James Harden trade
James Harden made his Nets debut Saturday at Barclays Center. And peeling back the layers of this megadeal like layers of an onion, it’s become increasingly clear that the losses that drove him from Houston to Brooklyn weren’t just those in the playoffs, but the losses of head coach Mike D’Antoni and general manager Daryl...
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Peter Nygard’s own son working to help lock up his ‘monster’ father for life
The son of Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard is working behind the scenes to help the FBI investigate allegations that his father sexually assaulted dozens of girls and women in the US over decades. Kai Bickle, 38, one of three children born to Nygard and longtime ex-girlfriend Patricia Bickle, has spent the past 18 months...
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NYC Jewish group was denied COVID relief over ‘unverifiable’ info, rabbi says
They got bupkis. While Joel Osteen and other US megachurches raked in millions of dollars in federal coronavirus relief funding, a leading Jewish group says it didn’t receive so much as a shekel. The Rabbinical Alliance of America claims the Small Business Administration originally approved a $35,000 economic-injury disaster loan to the organization, but later...
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"Helps the soul": Chorus finds a way to perform from cars
Using their car radios and some tech savvy, the Luminous Voices chamber choir in Calgary found a way to sing together from a distance.
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James Harden's slim look during Nets debut stuns fans
James Harden was the butt of many jokes at the beginning of the season when he was seen in several photos on and off the court sporting a thicker physique than fans are normally used to.
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First-place UCLA rallies to beat last-place Washington, improves to 7-0 in Pac-12
UCLA came back from a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat Washington and is off to its best start in conference play since the 1993-94 season.
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Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou rematch to headline UFC 260 in March
The heavyweight title rematch between Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou is on.        Related StoriesMax Holloway showboated Muhammad Ali style during his UFC on ABC 1 masterpieceMax Holloway showboated Muhammad Ali style during his UFC on ABC 1 masterpiece - EnclosureLi Jingliang hopes UFC on ABC 1 win shows he's here to win a belt, not simply participate 
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Climate scientists sound the alarm on a climate "tipping point"
President-elect Joe Biden has promised to rejoin the Paris Agreement and to implement policy addressing climate change. Some scientists say time is running out, and warn of a "ghastly future" if immediate action is not taken against global warming. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli discusses the importance of addressing climate change.
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MTA bus driver in Bronx crash denies agency’s claim he refused drug test
The MTA driver who was behind the wheel of the bus that careened off a ramp and dangled from a Bronx overpass, denied Saturday the agency’s claim that he refused to take a drug test following the wild smash-up. “I did not refuse a drug test,” insisted Everton Beccan at a press conference at his...
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NYC DOE claims more high school grads ‘college ready’ despite COVID-19 shutdown
Despite a pandemic that shut down classrooms and canceled exams, the city Department of Education last week claimed that it graduated more students than ever who were ready for college.  The DOE said it graduated 78.8 percent of 78,834 students in the Class of 2020, and that 57.7 percent met CUNY’s admission standards for proficiency...
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The oldest living Marine, a North Carolina woman, has died at age 107
Dorothy "Dot" Cole was the oldest living US Marine veteran when she died on January 7. She was 107 years old.
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Strong, potentially damaging winds possible for L.A. region early next week, forecasters say
Gusts of 80 to 90 mph or higher are possible in some locations
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Carson Wentz, Eagles turmoil detailed in new report amid coach Doug Pederson's dismissal
Carson Wentz’s struggles and bizarre play-calls during the 2020 season were detailed in a new report Saturday.
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Former UFC champ showboats during dominant win
Max Holloway was so brilliant in a unanimous decision win over Calvin Kattar he found time late to talk trash to his opponent and the commentary team.       
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Marv Levy: ‘Wide Right’ showed just how special Bills fanbase is
He is 95 years old and sounds Forever Young, especially when you begin talking about the team he once coached to four Super Bowls, and the loyal, hearty fans who treasure him and Jim Kelly to this day for getting there, even if they never won a championship. Marv Levy knows better than most what...
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Amazon’s plan for Hamptons hub worries swanky East End residents
Amazon intends to open a mammoth warehouse at a Hamptons airport, a project that isn't landing well with residents on the tony east end of Long Island.
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Naked subway shover dies in melee on NYC tracks: cops
A naked man in the midst of a violent rampage in a Harlem subway station died when he touched the electrified third rail during a chaotic melee with two other straphangers, police said.  The unhinged person was wandering through the 2/3 station at 110th Street and Central Park North when he randomly pushed another straphanger...
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Andy Puzder: Biden proposal to boost hourly minimum wage to $15 would destroy jobs, hurt unemployed
President-elect Joe Biden’s proposal to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour would exacerbate the devastating impact economic lockdowns are having on small businesses, while doing great harm to 10.7 million Americans who are unemployed.
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Pacers’ Caris LeVert out indefinitely after small mass found on kidney
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Pacers will be without newly acquired Caris LeVert indefinitely after an MRI exam showed a mass on his left kidney during a physical to complete this week’s blockbuster four-team trade. Team officials made the announcement Saturday on Twitter. They say he will undergo more tests and additional details will be released...
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Lauren Boebert's Top Aide Resigns After 68 Colorado Officials Request Probe Into Her Actions
Ben Goldey, Borbert's communications director, had only been on the job for less than two weeks when he resigned following the Capitol riot.
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Chicago man harassed after being wrongly identified on social media as Capitol Hill rioter
Internet sleuths on social media played a role in identifying those involved in the Capitol Hill riot. But David Quintavalle, a retired Chicago firefighter, has been falsely accused as taking part in the assault and is being threatened online. CBS Chicago's Charlie De Mar reports.
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Trump mulling sendoff while refusing to attend Biden inauguration
With just four days left in his presidency, President Trump is considering a final military sendoff on the morning of Biden's inauguration. Meanwhile, the Senate is preparing for his impeachment trial. Nikole Killion has more.
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Fleeing the pandemic and two hurricanes, thousands of migrants walk toward the U.S.
Biden's election has raised hopes in Central America — devastated by hurricane-driven floods, in addition to chronic issues of poverty and gang violence — that the incoming administration may ease policies for asylum seekers.
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Max Holloway showboated Muhammad Ali style during his UFC on ABC 1 masterpiece
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AHL’s dire financial situation leaves players ‘begging’ for help
If you’re on a two-way contract, were cut by an NHL team and assigned to an NHL taxi squad, you hit the jackpot. Or at least you’re going to be paid 100 percent of your minor league salary. But if you’re on a two-way contract and were assigned to the AHL, well, you’re plumb out...
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Lawsuit accuses Hamptons yacht captain of raping unconscious woman
A Hamptons yacht captain allegedly raped an unconscious woman who passed out on his charter boat after a day of partying, according to court papers. The accuser, a 54-year-old single mother whose name is being withheld by The Post because she is a possible sex-crime victim, claims she met Cameron McLellan on Sept. 15, 2018,...
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Concerns of more domestic terror attacks after Capitol Hill assault
U.S. intelligence is concerned over the possibility of more domestic terror attacks, especially during the upcoming Biden inauguration. Catherine Herridge reports.
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Poll: Most Republicans believe Trump bears no responsibility for Capitol attacks
Trump flags fly as supporters of President Donald Trump occupy the steps of the US Capitol. | Shay Horse/NurPhoto/Getty Images A new poll finds a nation united on opposing the Capitol attacks but divided on who is to blame. An overwhelming majority of Americans disapprove of the storming of the US Capitol on January 6, but most Republicans say President Donald Trump bears no responsibility for the assault — and nearly half say Republican lawmakers didn’t go far enough in supporting the president’s efforts to overturn the election’s results, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. The poll — which surveys 1,002 US adults, and was taken from January 10 to 13 — paints a striking picture, and finds a national consensus on the impropriety of what transpired at the Capitol, while revealing familiar divisions on who is to blame for the episode. The poll found that almost 9 in 10 Americans oppose the storming of the Capitol, and that 80 percent strongly oppose the attack. But when asked about who is to blame — and what, if any, repercussions Trump should face for promoting a “wild” rally that eventually overran the country’s legislature and resulted in the deaths of five people — there is nothing approaching consensus. While majorities of the public disapprove of the president’s behavior, Trump still retains a large degree of support from Republicans, as does his disinformation campaign to discredit the 2020 election results. The poll found 56 percent of Americans believe that Congress should remove Trump from office and prevent him from holding elected office in the future. But among Republicans, 89 percent oppose such a course of action. The reason for that appears to be straightforward: The pollsters found most Republicans don’t think he did anything wrong. While 66 percent of Americans believe Trump has acted irresponsibly in his statements and actions since the election, 66 percent of Republicans think he acted responsibly, according to the poll. While 57 percent of Americans believe Trump bears a great deal or good amount of responsibility for the violent attack, 56 percent of Republicans say Trump bears no responsibility — and another 22 percent say he bears some. As The Post’s Greg Sargent puts it in his analysis of the poll’s results, among Republicans, that means 78 percent of Republicans at least partially exonerate the president. A large percentage of Republicans also feel GOP leaders should in fact have gone further in their efforts to back Trump’s bid to overturn the election results. While 52 percent of Americans believe GOP leaders went too far in supporting Trump’s (false) claims about the election results, 48 percent of Republicans said they did not go far enough. A similar divide is also apparent in the poll’s results on whether Trump should be held legally liable for the attack. Most Americans think he should be criminally charged for his role; only 1 in 8 Republicans agree. These findings of Republicans as reluctant to assign blame to Trump match trends in other surveys. As Vox’s Sean Collins wrote in an analysis of polling conducted immediately after the Capitol Hill attack, considerable portions of Republicans are inclined to believe that the riot was not only not Trump’s fault, but actually something Democrats should be blamed for. “Instead of placing the insurrection at Trump’s feet, 52 percent of Republicans told YouGov that it was actually Biden’s fault; 42 percent of Republicans told Morning Consult the same — and 48 percent of Republicans told Morning Consult that Democrats in Congress were also to blame,” Collins wrote last week. Trump’s support appears to be faltering — not collapsing There are, however, signs that a significant set of Republicans are skeptical that Trump is the right leader for their party going forward. According the new Washington Post-ABC News poll, fewer than 6 in 10 Republicans and Republican-leaning independents say party leaders should follow Trump’s lead in the future, while 35 percent say they should move away from Trump — “a sentiment that has roughly doubled from 18 percent in 2018.” Conservatives’ lingering commitment to Trump poses significant dilemmas for Republicans after Trump leaves office. Of late, Trump has taken a somewhat adversarial stance against certain segments of his party, threatening to back the primary opponents of lawmakers he does not like. Establishment Republicans are worried that a Trump-fueled split in the party could damage their prospects as they prepare for midterm elections. And some Republican lawmakers find Trump’s political style unpredictable, overly transgressive of political norms, and a distraction from their policy agenda. This is reportedly part of why Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is said to be contemplating voting to convict Trump in a Senate impeachment trial and why some Republicans are already working to defeat Trump-style candidates in the 2022 elections. But, as this poll demonstrates, Trump still has the enthusiastic support of many in the GOP. Regardless of how top lawmakers in the party may view him, they could risk alienating their own base if they try to move too far away from him, or sanction him.
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