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Biden ‘concerned’ over alleged pro-Russia coup plot in Ukraine, likely to call Putin

President Biden said he's concerned about an alleged Russia-backed coup plot in Ukraine and that he's likely to call Russian President Vladimir Putin over the matter.
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The 12 best statement jewelry brands in 2022: necklaces, rings and more
Make a statement in 2022, with necklaces, earrings and more that are sure to turn heads. 
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'It's a Joke About Work': Viral Video About Starbucks Order Splits Comments
"I'm willing to bet all of you vent about your jobs sometimes. Yall have always enjoyed every second of your job???" one commenter wrote under the viral video.
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Eric Adams may have lost more than $1,000 converting his first paycheck to crypto
Adams converted his first biweekly paycheck into bitcoin and ethereum; from the beginning of the day on Friday until Monday morning, bitcoin’s price plunged by about 15.9%, while Ethereum fell 24.3%.
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Kohl's, Peloton and Unilever have to watch their backs
Forget about all the boardroom intrigue on "Succession" and "Billions." Real-life companies are facing a lot more drama than anyone on those popular shows.
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AFCON: Underdog Comoros will have to face Cameroon without a recognized goalkeeper
Comoros' progress to the Africa Cup of Nations knockout stages has been the feel-good storyline of the tournament so far.
Breahna Stines Named Among Victims of Inglewood House Party Shooting
The shooting resulted in four people being killed with one person remaining in hospital in a critical condition.
Henry Cejudo thinks Deiveson Figueiredo won four rounds vs. Brandon Moreno at UFC 270
Henry Cejudo thinks Deiveson Figueiredo's win over Brandon Moreno was more definitive than the scorecards indicated.       Related StoriesHenry Cejudo thinks Deiveson Figueiredo won four rounds vs. Brandon Moreno at UFC 270 - EnclosureVanessa Demopoulos quit being a stripper so she could focus on MMA for UFC 270VIDEO: Fernand Lopez, Eric Nicksick share wholesome moment backstage after UFC 270
Where is Detrez Green? Five Years Later, No Sign of Toddler Missing After Tornado
"We don't want to say we're looking for a person in the past tense," GBI Special Agent Marko Jones said.
Whoopi Goldberg Reignites Feud With Bill Maher on ‘The View’ Over COVID Jokes: “That’s Not Really Funny”
"How dare you be so flippant, man?"
After surviving 6 weeks in a coma, man opens gym for young athletes
First responders jump in ditch to avoid being hit
Man allegedly entered home claiming to be cop
Baseball team gifts hippo jersey for birthday
Company to use helicopters to inspect power lines
$45K raised for officer shot in line of duty
US pharmacies, health centers begin rollout of free N95 masks
The first free N95 masks have started to arrive at US pharmacies, with more on the way in the coming days, as the Biden administration seeks to ramp up access to high-quality masks amid the spread of the highly-transmissible Omicron variant.
Dale Moss steps out with model Florencia Galarza after Clare Crawley breakup
"The Bachelor" alum was spotted out and about with the Argentinian model and soccer player walking by his side in New York City.
'It's distasteful': Devils' P.K. Subban doesn't want pity, seeks change after racist incident
P.K. Subban said he felt accountability to call out recent racist actions in hockey because he has established a platform to inspire better behavior.
'Someone Needs To Step Up,' High Schoolers Get EMT Licenses to Fill Ambulance Shortages
The EMS crew in rural Sackets Harbor, New York is comprised of volunteer members all under the age of 21.
Mail-in Voting Does Not Increase Chance of Election Fraud—Study
The study found new potential risks could be added to the so-called "attack tree" detailing threats from voter fraud.
Inside the eerie rise of Witchtok as TikTokers share spells to hex cheating exes
Here's a look inside the eerie rise of Witchtok as TikTokers across the globe are sharing spells to hex their cheating exes and promote the occult to millions.
Billionaire Loses Half of Their Fortune After Stock Price Suddenly Collapses
Shares in a leading e-cigarette flavor maker dropped more than 67 percent after news broke that its chairwoman was being investigated by Chinese authorities.
A court in the U.K. says Julian Assange can keep fighting his extradition to the U.S.
Lawyers for the WikiLeaks founder have 14 days to submit their application to the U.K.'s Supreme Court, which will decide whether to hear the case. His supporters see the ruling as a partial win.
Olivia Munn balances her baby and a blowout and more star snaps
Olivia Munn is on mom duty while getting glam, Alicia Keys discovers bubbles and more...
After snowy December, California suddenly turns dry, magnifying drought concern
Many parts of central California have seen almost no rain or snow so far this month
Meta is building an AI supercomputer
Facebook has long bet that artificial intelligence can help it with the difficult task of moderating posts from its billions of users. Now its parent company is taking a step that could move it closer to that elusive goal: building its first supercomputer.
Jill Zarin feels sexy at 58 and is ready for her ‘Housewives’ comeback
It has been a minute since Jill Zarin starred on “The Real Housewives of New York City.” But the OG housewife is gearing up to star in “Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip” season 2 on Peacock. Zarin, who recently launched an affordable decor line, is preparing for her TV comeback, but needed to refresh her...
El Salvador president posts meme wearing McDonald’s uniform after crypto plunge
El Salvador’s crypto-enthusiast president appears to be taking the recent steep drop in bitcoin in stride: After all, if running a country doesn’t work out, there’s always McDonald’s. Nayib Bukele, whose country was the first to adopt bitcoin as legal tender last year, changed his Twitter profile photo on Saturday to an image showing him...
You can safely use cast-iron cookware on glass cooktops, with a little care
Despite what manufacturers may say now or have in the past, cast-iron cookware can be used on glass cooktops, as long as you take a few simple precautions.
Republicans are embarrassed to tell us what they are for
They definitely have an agenda. It's just an unpopular one.
NBA legend spreading Covid disinformation gets a wake-up call
Gonzaga University has suspended season tickets for one of its most notable alumni and Hall of Fame basketball player John Stockton after he refused to comply with the school's mask mandates at games, he said in an interview with The Spokesman-Review in Washington. CNN's Natasha Chen reports.
Wall Street’s Model Portfolios Are Misunderstood
Any financial adviser who doesn’t understand that asset managers profit when investors use their products should find another profession.
Lessons from Martin O’Malley for Maryland Democrats
Party leaders and campaign professionals have invested in analyzing how and where recent campaigns went wrong.
MSNBC host fawns over Fauci as he vows not to leave his job: 'You make us smarter and safer'
MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle fawned over Dr. Anthony Fauci during an interview, in which she expressed gratitude that he would continue serving in his current role despite alleged threats by those opposed to vaccines.
Boys’ basketball Top 20: Bishop McNamara celebrates surprising ascension with No. 1 ranking
For the first time in recent memory, the Prince George's County school takes the top spot in these rankings.
Eli Apple torpedoes Giants, Saints in unfiltered tweetstorm
Bengals cornerback Eli Apple wrapped up his playoff weekend by dumping on his former teams, the Giants and Saints.
Weber grill maker apologizes for poorly timed meatloaf recipe
The email coincided with news of the death of Marvin Lee Aday, best known as rock superstar Meat Loaf.
Every TV Show and Movie Coming to Paramount+ in February 2022
February 2022 sees "Star Trek: Discovery" return for more episodes on Paramount+ alongside the "Celebrity Big Brother" live feeds and new Joey King movie "The In-Between."
U.S. Economy Slows to 'Near Standstill' as Omicron, Supply Chain Delays, and Inflation Surge
Inflation, supply chain disruptions, quarantines, and soaring virus cases have brought the U.S. economy to a near standstill at the start of the year.
Avenatti and Stormy Daniels face off in court
A prosecutor has told a jury in an opening statement that California lawyer Michael Avenatti stole nearly $300,000 in book proceeds from porn star Stormy Daniels while a defense lawyer says it's not true. (Jan. 24)
Over 100,000 lives could be saved annually if adults exercised 10 more minutes a day, study says
We know that regular exercise has many health benefits, but new research is showing just what impact that may have on the population. More than 110,000 deaths a year could be prevented if adults over 40 spent 10 more minutes a day on moderate physical activity, according to a new study.
Showcase of attrition: Picking the 2022 NBA All-Star Game starters
There are fewer heated debates over who makes the cut for Cleveland because of injuries to players like Kevin Durant.
Calls for Subway Platform Barriers Grow as NYC Transit Sees Most Assaults in 25 Years
The city's subway system saw 461 felony assaults in 2021, the highest since 1997, according to NYPD data.
Why should we worry that the U.S. could become an 'anocracy’ again? Because of the threat of civil war.
When a country moves into the anocracy zone, the risk of political violence reaches its peak.
Slain NYPD officer funeral plans announced; wounded partner transfers hospitals
NYPD officer Wilbert Mora, wounded while responding to a domestic call in Harlem, was transferred from Harlem Hospital to NYU Langone Medical Center on Sunday.
A vaccine scientist’s discredited claims have bolstered a movement of misinformation
Robert Malone's recent appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast has increased his level of celebrity among anti-vaccine and anti-mandate communities, thrusting the 62-year-old into a leading role for these groups at a crucial time of the pandemic.
Five Men, One Woman Found Dead in Wisconsin Home in Apparent Homicide
Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson: "We remain steadfast in our efforts to reduce violence."