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Adam Kinzinger Calls Lauren Boebert 'Trash,' Says Kevin McCarthy Tried to 'Hug a Skunk'

Kinzinger called McCarthy "a living example of what happens when you try to hug a skunk" and said that Boebert "is TRASH."
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32 things we learned from 2021 NFL wild-card round: More excitement ahead?
The NFL's expanded postseason field made for some ho-hum first matchups, but there's reason to believe more thrills are coming.      
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Sanders turns up heat on Manchin, Sinema with tweet on voting rights bills
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., took to Twitter Monday to call out two colleagues by name in the Democrat effort to change the Senate’s filibuster rule to pass the party’s voting rights bills.
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Odell Beckham puts playoff demons in past to power Rams’ dominant win
Matthew Beckham caught a fade for a 4-yard TD against Marco Wilson in the left corner of the end zone that ignited the Rams’ 34-11 victory over the Cardinals.
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Devin Booker's season-high 48 points helps Suns rally past Spurs
Devin Booker had a season-high 48 points and the Phoenix Suns dominated the fourth quarter to defeat the San Antonio Spurs 121-107 Monday night for their fourth straight victory.
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Photos: Rams blow out Arizona Cardinals in wild-card playoffs
Here are some of the best photos from the Rams' 34-11 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in the NFL playoffs at SoFi Stadium on Monday night.
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Garbiñe Muguruza is perfect 10 in Australian Open's 1st round
Garbiñe Muguruza kept a perfect streak intact Tuesday at the Australian Open, winning her first-round match at the year’s first tennis Grand Slam event for the 10th straight time.
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Ingraham encourages Americans to boycott watching Beijing Olympics over China's human rights violations
In her “Ingraham Angle” commentary on Monday, host Laura Ingraham explained why Americans should shun the upcoming Beijing Olympics.
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Disney+ debuts trailer for 'Moon Knight' series
On the spectrum of Marvel heroes, don't expect Oscar Isaac to be a Moon Knight in shining armor.
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Police fatally shoot man suspected of killing Cracker Barrel manager
Police officers killed the gunman who murdered Robin Baucom, a manager at a Cracker Barrel, when she tried to protect a coworker from being mugged.
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Italy Ponders a New Role for Draghi. Let the Politicking Begin.
Prime Minister Mario Draghi is in the running to be the next president, a powerful but often-ceremonial role that could take his hand off day-to-day affairs.
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Meet Netflix's 'Too Hot to Handle' Season 3 Cast From Midwife to Basketballer
"Too Hot to Handle" Season 3 is on the way which means new 10 extra hot singletons are trying their best to keep their hands off of each other.
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A grave week for civil rights, democracy and a presidency
Democrats appear certain to add another failure to their list of missed deadlines and thwarted legacy goals this week, with a push for voting rights bills expected to crash in the Senate with humiliating implications for Joe Biden's presidency.
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Carolyn Hax: Wife becomes at-home mom, husband quits all ‘house and kid stuff’
She became a stay-at-home mom, and he stopped doing any housework and parenting because "that's what stay-at-home mothers do, all the house and kid stuff."
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Miss Manners: Is it okay to end a conversation at a party and leave the other person alone?
Reader wonders about the etiquette of leaving a conversation at a party.
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Ask Amy: My best friend doesn’t like that I end up winning when we compete
Teenage reader worries that her best friend resents her for always seeming to come out on top when they're put in competition.
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Hannity: Even the media can't protect Biden now, nobody likes the president
Sean Hannity noted that many of President Biden's long-time supporters are now turning on the president in his opening monologue Monday.
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Matthew Stafford, Rams crush Cardinals for QB’s first NFL playoff win
Matthew Stafford rushed for one touchdown and passed for two more as the Los Angeles Rams advanced to the NFC divisional playoff round with a convincing 34-11 victory over the visiting Arizona Cardinals on Monday night.
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Michael Phelps says controversy surrounding Lia Thomas is 'very complicated,' calls for level playing field
Michael Phelps reacted to the growing debate surrounding University of Pennsylvania transgender swimmer Lia Thomas last week, calling the issue "very complicated," while noting that sports need an "even playing field" to be fair.
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Mexican TV host unloads on anti-vaxxers in on-air rant
In an on-air diatribe directed at anti-vaxxers, Mexican news presenter Leonardo Schwebel demanded they put on masks and "stop hitting the brakes for the entire world". CNN's Hala Gorani has more.
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Travis Tritt details his journey to becoming a professional musician
Country musician Travis Tritt joined 'Tucker Carlson Today' to detail his journey into professional music.
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Lost hikers rescued by helicopter from Malibu Creek State Park
After losing track of a trail in Malibu Creek State Park, a group of hikers called 911. All seven of them were rescued Monday evening.
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Mac Miller Felt ‘Invincible’ Before Death, as New Book Explores Drug Struggles and Ariana Grande Relationship
Robin Marchant/GettyMac Miller felt invincible before he died.At least, that’s what the 26-year-old confessed to a close friend after his near-fatal car crash in May 2018, when he had jumped behind the wheel of his Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon after a night of drinking and plowed the luxury car headfirst into a pole.One would assume that Miller, born Malcolm James McCormick, would be rattled by such a close brush with death. But friends of the rapper said he seemed almost blasé about the accident, feeling both confused and invigorated by his actions.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Volcanic ash at airport delays aid to Tonga as reports of damage emerge
Volcanic ash blanketing a runway at an airport in Tonga was delaying much-needed aid deliveries to the island nation, officials said.
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Co-owner of the NBA's Warriors lambasted after saying 'nobody cares about the Uyghurs'
The 34-year-old billionaire repeatedly told his podcast co-hosts that "Nobody cares about the Uyghurs." The sound bite has gone viral and has been viewed millions of times on Twitter.
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Cardinals’ Budda Baker stretchered off field after scary collision with Cam Akers
As if it couldn’t get worse for the Arizona Cardinals on Monday night, safety Budda Baker was stretchered off the field after taking a shoulder to the head from Rams running back Cam Akers.
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Stafford propels Rams past Cardinals 34-11 in playoff rout
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A timeline of North Korea's recent missile tests
North Korea has conducted four missile tests in January alone in 2022. CNN's Bianca Nobilo takes a look at the timeline and explains the motives behind the high frequency of tests.
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Tucker Carlson: Mainstream media is turning on Joe Biden
Tucker Carlson uncovers why mainstream media is starting to turn on Joe Biden, after having supported him for his first year in office.
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Cracker Barrel ordered to pay man $9.4 million after he was served glass filled with a chemical
A jury in Marion County, Tennessee, ordered Cracker Barrel to pay a man $9.4 million after it found the company at fault for serving him a glass filled with a chemical instead of water.
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Les Grobstein, Chicago reporter who got Lee Elia’s rant, dies at 69
Les Grobstein, a longtime Chicago sports radio reporter and talk show host who recorded Lee Elia's famous profanity-laced postgame rant about Cubs fans, has died.
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Rams clobber Cardinals in NFC wild-card game, rematch with Bucs awaits
The Los Angeles Rams breezed through the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC wild-card playoffs on Monday night 34-11 to move on to the divisional round next week.
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Energetic Barry Trotz surprises Islanders in return from COVID protocol
Brock Nelson was making a pregame drink on Monday night when Barry Trotz popped into the room.
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'Justice League' director Joss Whedon responds to Gal Gadot, Ray Fisher's claims of poor behavior
"Justice League" director Joss Whedon has pushed back against claims of poor behavior made against him by the film's stars Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher.
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Dog Waiting For Statue To Play Fetch Liked 29,000 Times on Twitter
Video captures an eager dog repeatedly trying to play fetch with a statue in the woods.
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Virginia man arrested for abducting store clerk, who remains missing
Virginia police have arrested a man in connection to the disappearance of a 28-year-old shop clerk, who was last seen taking out the trash after work. 
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North Korea Continues Display of Force by Announcing New Tactical Missile Test
The test "confirmed the accuracy, safety, and operational effectiveness of this weapon system being produced," according to the North Korea's state news agency.
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Peyton Manning gibes Eli about Giants’ infamous QB sneaks
Eli and Peyton Manning decided to join the party.
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Celebrities who have been open about mental health struggles
Celebrities have mental health challenges too. We've rounded up stars who have opened up about their struggles, from Duchess Meghan to Demi Lovato.     
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Betty White's assistant shares one of her final photos
Betty White would have celebrated her 100th birthday on Monday and her assistant commemorated the day by sharing one of the final photos taken of the beloved late actress.
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CBS Evening News, January 17, 2022
Hostages describe "terrifying" synagogue attack; Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.'s fight for voting rights.
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1/17: Red and Blue
Democrats plea for Senate to pass voting rights bill; Biden to meet with Japanese PM Fumio Kishida
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Larry Fink’s Letter to CEOs Says Stakeholder Capitalism Is Not ‘Woke’
Larry Fink’s latest annual letter to corporate America clarifies, and defends, his approach to social and environmental issues at the world’s largest money manager.
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Keilar rolls the tape as GOP-led state legislatures move to control elections
CNN's Brianna Keilar takes a closer look at the changes being made to voting access in various states across the country following the 2020 election.
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Winter Storm Izzy Rips Roof Off Nursing Home, Elderly Residents Evacuated
More than 40 nursing home residents were evacuated after strong winds heavily damaged a roof at a Maine facility during Monday's storm.
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The Rock's T-Rex skull on 'ManningCast' raises questions over whether it's real historic fossil
Dwyane “The Rock” Johnson appeared on the “ManningCast” during the NFC wild-card playoff game between the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals on Monday night.
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Today in History for January 18th
Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks WWII Leningrad siege; Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler suspect Albert de Salvo convicted. (Jan. 18)      
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Leo Terrell blasts Democrats in '1965 time-warp' over racism claims in opposition to election law overhaul
Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell ripped liberal Democrats for claiming critics of the election federalization bill, the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, are racist.
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Conservative Host of Most Watched Cable News Show Rants About ‘Zero Diversity’ in Media
Fox NewsTucker Carlson Tonight was the most-watched cable news show of 2021, yet the program’s namesake host spent Monday night decrying an alleged lack of diversity in the same media ecosystem that his employer, Fox News, dominates.In a segment about President Joe Biden’s low approval ratings and the recent obstacles to his agenda, Carlson took the opportunity to play news clips of pundits and reporters offering pessimistic takes on the administration. This was part of a trend, he figured, as it aligned with how some of them expressed joy at Biden’s 2020 election win, and also how some described the Jan. 6 insurrection as “one of the darkest days” in U.S. history.“Everyone in the Democratic Party sounds exactly alike because message discipline is what they do. It’s who they are,” Carlson complained. “No one in the party thinks independently—that’s not allowed. Everybody in the group must say the same thing in concert with everybody else in the group all the time. Think for yourself, even for a second, and you are denounced as a conspiracy theorist.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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