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Cuomo dodges question about whether he's been subpoenaed in nursing home scandal

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday declined to say whether he or any members of his office had been subpoenaed in connection with ongoing investigations into how the administration handled nursing home care during the pandemic.
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Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of nominees and winners
Netflix leads the pack with a whopping 42 nominations.
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Plan your next hike at one of these mountain trails with sweeping views, physical challenges
Mountain hikes offer both physical challenges and sweeping views. "America's Great Mountain Trails" author Tim Palmer shares 10 of his favorites.      
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10 great mountain trails, from California to Maine
For the ultimate outdoors experience, set your sights high, says Tim Palmer, author of "America's Great Mountain Trails." He shares some favorites.      
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Cincinnati vs. Memphis line, prediction: Take the Under
The nation’s top defense in fewest points given up per-possession belongs to Memphis, and the Tigers will look to keep this effort going on Sunday against a Cincinnati team that has won six of its past seven games. The Bearcats will be playing without their main facilitator, David DeJulius, who opted out of the remainder...
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Stitch Fix Helped ‘My Big Fat Fabulous Life’ Star Whitney Thore Find Her Look
Get out of your athleisurewear groove with this simple fashion fix.
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Sen. James Lankford: Our American experiment of religious liberty – you can have your faith and live it, too
Our nation respects the right of everyone to have a faith, live that faith, change their faith, or have no faith at all.
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The 13 Most Expensive Celebrity Homes for Sale
From a certain musician's massive 16,989-square-foot home or one actor's eight-bedroom Beverly Hills home, take a look at these not so humble abodes for sale.
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The 10 Most Watched Movies on Netflix in February
February may be the shortest month, but Netflix still managed to drop some major movie releases. Here are the ones subscribers have been watching the most over the last 28 days.
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Against the Parts of Me That Think They Know Anything
They want to put out the light of God with their mouths—want, like the sovereignty of the dead, extending just short of flesh. Theirtoday is broken, they suggest tomorrow, who right now is dancing in the sun withputty over his eyes. Like an ocean coughing up trash, I’m squeezing Godout from my pores, intention throbbing like a moon. Which ofthe jokes I told was best—the difference between man and light?Light won’t ask for your tongue. Good joke, the taste of lemon. Theofficial death toll rising while we sleep. It’s crude how they’ve figured outGod, tacky as jugglers at a funeral. Just let me grieve what I’ve lost. They were putwith me fully built, passionless as shoelaces, pitying even my name. Totheir credit, they weren’t given what I have: majesty and the heft of a face. They wantmouths like mine that can blow out tiny fires. The mercy of speech. Of sleep. Of they.
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My family has no idea all our money comes from adult websites.
Advice about porn, relationships and secrets.
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Dear Care and Feeding: My Grown Children Want Nothing to Do With Me
Parenting advice on adult children, emotional abuse, and childhood crushes.
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Prince Harry and Prince William Are Not Speaking, and the Oprah Interview ‘Will Not Help’
Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty ImagesIf you love The Daily Beast’s royal coverage, then we hope you’ll enjoy The Royalist, a members-only series for Beast Inside. Become a member to get it in your inbox on Sunday.William and Harry have not spoken for “some time”So, what did Meghan Markle and Oprah Winfrey speak about? We shall find out next Sunday night. In the meantime, everyone is freaking out about it. The Mail on Sunday reports that there is “mounting concern” at what Meghan has talked about, in an interview—we are told—in which no subject was off-limits. (Harry is an integral side-dish in the documentary, we are told.)Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Fox and Friends Host Pete Hegseth Says the 10th Amendment Is Discussed by People in Diners
Hegseth's remarks, made at CPAC 2021, have been questioned by some commentators and come after those attending this year's convention were accused of "living in an alternate reality."
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Gunmen seize Iraqi university
Heavy clashes erupted between Iraqi security forces and dozens of gunmen who stormed a campus Saturday and used students as human shields, authorities said.
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The world's best performing stock market is...
The UAE and Qatar were this week upgraded to emerging markets by index firm MSCI, highlighting rapid growth and increasing investor confidence in the Gulf.
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23 killed in clashes in Iraqi city of Samarra
At least 23 people were killed in clashes between Iraqi security forces and gunmen in the Iraqi city of Samarra on Thursday, health officials said.
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State TV: Syria's al-Assad re-elected
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was re-elected in the country's first presidential vote since its civil war broke out three years ago, state TV reports.
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Egyptian comedian ending his satire TV show
In a decision many may consider a blow to freedom of dissent, popular comedian Bassem Youssef said his political satire show will no longer air on Egyptian TV.
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Jihadists use Twitter to recruit foreigners
Islamist defector tells CNN how foreign fighters are recruited for war in Syria using Twitter, Google Chat and Skype.
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Police: Ramadi Awakening Council chief killed
The head of the Ramadi Awakening Council was killed Tuesday in a suicide bombing in Iraq's Anbar province, police officials told CNN.
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Voting begins in war-torn Syria
Polls for the Syrian presidential election opened Tuesday against the backdrop of a bloody and protracted civil war.
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Dust storm kills 5 in Tehran
At least five people were reported killed and 30 injured Monday evening when a freak dust storm rolled through Iran's capital, Tehran.
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Ambassador: Qatar 'showed it can deliver'
Qatar said it did not initiate efforts that led to the prisoner exchange between the United States and the Taliban that freed Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, and saw it as a humanitarian issue with its Emir involved in brokering a final deal and offering personal assurances to President Barack Obama.
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Outcome hardly in doubt in Syria election
In the midst of a bloody and protracted civil war, the Syrian government is set to hold a presidential election Tuesday.
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Will Syria's election change anything?
Syria may be embroiled in a brutal three-year civil war, but that's not stopping the government from holding controversial presidential elections this week.
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Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's flight to freedom
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl breaks down and cries when he learns he's on a helicopter ride to freedom after five years in enemy captivity.
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Officials: Jihadi bomber was U.S. citizen
A radical Islamist fighter who carried out a suicide bombing in Syria was a U.S. citizen, two U.S. officials said.
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Stoned woman's husband: I killed first wife
Husband of Farzana Parveen, who was stoned to death for refusing an arranged marriage, told CNN he killed his first wife so he could marry Parveen.
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Report: Iran hackers target U.S. officials
Hackers based in Iran used social networks to spy on high-ranking U.S. and Israeli officials, a new report by a cybersecurity firm claims.
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Militant: American behind Syria suicide blast
Radical Islamists say that an American sacrificed himself as part of a recent suicide attack in Syria targeting government forces.
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In Syria, al Qaeda group frightens everyone
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, a rogue al Qaeda group know by the acronym ISIS, is on a rampage. Some fear they'll grab key province in Syria.
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Suicide bombing at Baghdad mosque kills 20
A suicide bombing rocked a Shia mosque in the central part of Iraq's capital Tuesday, killing at least 20 people and injuring 43 others, a Baghdad police source said.
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6 inspectors kidnapped in Syria
A group of chemical weapons inspectors who were reported kidnapped in Syria on Tuesday are safe, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said.
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23 dead after al Qaeda attacks in Yemen
At least 12 government troops and 11 attackers were killed after al Qaeda fighters riding in more than 20 trucks raided government institutions in the southern province of Hadramout Friday night.
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Gas attack alleged in Syria
After another violent week in Syria's civil war, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed regrets for the "inability of the international community to unite in stopping this conflict."
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Palestinian teens killed in skirmishes
Two Palestinian teens killed in the West Bank presented no direct threat when they were shot last week, the United Nations said Friday in a preliminary report.
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7 killed near Iraq pipeline
Three roadside bombs in northern Iraq on Friday killed at least seven police officers while they were guarding an oil pipeline, police in Mosul said.
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Distinguished persons of the week: The covid team
Who stood tall?
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Johnson & Johnson's one-shot COVID vaccine approved by FDA
The vaccine is the third to be approved for use in the United States, and the first that requires only one shot.
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Another former aide accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment
Charlotte Bennett, a former health policy adviser, told The New York Times that Cuomo asked her inappropriate questions about her sex life.
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"I am the proof that God exists:" Woman beat COVID after 150 days
The 55-year-old was on the verge of death, CBS Miami reports​.
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Biden urges quick action on COVID relief package: "We have no time to waste"
The House narrowly approved President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill early Saturday morning.
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Trump to target Biden and assert leadership over GOP at CPAC
"There's a 99.99% chance Liz Cheney gets brought up," a senior adviser said.
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L.A. restaurant closes after high-tech "dine and dash" scheme
"I just felt so incredibly helpless and frustrated," said Spoon by H owner and chef Yoonjin Hwang.
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NYT: Second former aide accuses Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment
A second former aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is accusing him of sexual harassment, according to the New York Times. CNN's Brynn Gingras has the latest.
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A civil rights hero's posthumous memoir a guidebook for today's activists
Standing on the steps of a courthouse, the Rev. Cordy Tindell "C.T." Vivian pleaded for the right of every person to vote with "verbal jabs" when a sheriff literally jabbed him, beating and knocking him to the ground.
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A Race To Protect His Country — And His Mother
For this health expert based in Boston, the effort to get vaccines to his native South Africa was intensely personal.
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NASCAR at Homestead-Miami 2021: Start time, lineup, TV schedule and more for Dixie Vodka 400
All the information you need to get ready for Sunday's Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.      
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